This week we talk about ‘nature’. We get a bit distracted as we chase various tangents. But in all fairness, PantslessJam did his best to focus considering Tash had her tits out. Will you understand the subtle sub-text, the foreplay as we each get more and more excited? Ultimately, we will all be left wondering when will the tension end?
[Content note: vulgar language, sexual themes, sickness, injury]
This episode is pretty sick! Tash has been struck down by Labyrinthitis. Putting our holiday plans on pause, we’re both happy to auditorily visit you again, our most precious listener.
Interestingly, we didn’t mention Ebola. It strikes us as a missed opportunity. We could have joked that Tash has Ebola (that she was the bell of Ebola).
We also didn’t get to talk about PantslessJam’s favourite topic – the moral culpability of getting others sick. While it is incredibly boring to listen to, his rant is along the lines of: the moral culpability usually attaches to the person who was sick and “gave” it to the new person. But, assuming that the sick person didn’t cough on the new person or intentionally spread their illness, the sick person’s only fault was getting sick – something that… see this is boring.
Here is another one. This one’s about facts. Well, this one has some facts in it. The show isn’t about facts, rather it’s a fact show, and that’s a fact.
In other news, we both died this week. From now on the show will be posted from the afterlife. We don’t think it should affect much. But, of course, death took up a lot of our time this week (you know the papers and all that) so we don’t have much to report.
Tash and PantslessJam.
PS: Tash did become Empress of the Universe this week, too. But the intergalactic war was on the boring side, so we assume you wouldn’t want to hear about that.