FYCL #4: Bromance is the new pink.

FYCL #4, click to listen, etc, you know the drill.

Dubious advice one day early because SJ is going to the movies. Dubious advice highlights include comments on dressing your daughter, dealing with envy of your more successful friends, making new friends (possibly because you can’t stand your older, more successful ones, who knows), if and how to broach the subject of your affair with the spouse of your lover, making friends online, and our awesome new mini-segment, Dubious Sex Toy of the Week.

Here’s your list of links to things we talked about.

  • Mark Bittman makes corn salad.
  • Funny time-waster websites we enjoyed this week: Probably Bad News for funny news reports and typos, funny repairs on There, I Fixed it, funny stuff yoinked from Facebook on lamebook, and Tweeting too hard, which does the same for twitter.
  • For less dubious news, Wonkette.
  • Sex toy non-recommendations, click at own risk, definitely not safe for work, the prudish or the easily bewildered: the strange thing nicknamed the Frankenfucker and the “authentic” vampire penis from Tantus.

Closing music is “Thank You” by Dido, because it’s the SJ and the Egg Bromance Theme Song. Die, haterz.

Also, if you need reminding, the pale green pants with nobody inside them.

pale green pants

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4 thoughts on “FYCL #4: Bromance is the new pink.

  1. janelle

    You two are definitely my favorite podcast. 🙂 I’m a (never commenting) uberlongtime reader of SJ’s, and branched from her blog to yours many months ago.
    FYCL is the only podcast that makes me groan when I see the little audio slider knob thingy heading towards the end of the track. Uh, I swear I’m more literate that that last sentence would indicate. So yeah, I rarely comment, but I’ve enjoyed the first 4 episodes so much that I just felt the need to say that you two are hilarious to listen to and really enjoyable to follow from week to week. I often find myself pausing the podcast to type out/repeat particularly good quips to whomever I’m talking to at the time. 🙂 Cheers ladies, thanks for the laughs. ^_^

    Any plans to have your podcast “officially” available through iTunes, or are you content for now to stay where you are?

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  2. shellssells

    I have tried repeatedly to find enjoyment in a podcast throughout the past year. I feel that I should like them, but discovered I just do not. I find them tedious.

    Imagine my surprise when being quite bored at work and needing something to listen to while surreptitiously knitting under my desk, I find myself giggling over your podcast. I identify with far too much of your podcast to not find it enjoyable and the two of you have great chemistry. (If this is the appropriate word for a friendship/conversation.)

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  3. whatladder Post author

    Thanks for your comments, Shells. We have great fun doing the podcast, and I keep wondering if it’s just fun for US, so it is really good to hear that other people enjoy listening.

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