For those of you who can’t get enough of things my mom says, I had her play Game Time for the latest episode of Extra Hot Great, as I transcribed her answers. It was a maddeningly difficult Game Time where you listen to 21 clips of fictional languages from film and tv and have to guess where they’re from.
My favorite part is where she just says “Nemo.”
The transcript is here.
We didn’t just take a million pictures and post six thousand tweets. We made a podcast.
I’m honored to have been a part of Overwhelming Positivity 32, where you learn about zipline freak-outs, island curses, and why we should get a refund from our stargazing trip. And it starts with my “phone voice.” We recorded it on our last night in Hawaii, and by the end of it, you might feel you went on this trip, too. Or at the very least, you might come down with a touch of the “Aloha spirit.”
If nothing else, please don’t miss the, lovingly handmade by Glark. You might be inspired to add your own lyrics.
(I like to download their podcasts so I can take them with me on planes and trains and doctor’s waiting rooms. It makes me that crazy lady who laughs into the air and sometimes says, “I know!” …but at this point, I’ve got nothing left to lose.)
[I swear to you, this is the last time I’ll talk about this Hawaii trip. Last time!]
I never thought it’d be so easy for you to download audio proof of my dorkitude that ends with the sound of me watching one of my most beloved childhood treasures get destroyed. No, really, I wigged out. Like… a lot. Kind of inappropriately. I may have called for the destruction of a vineyard.
I’d been bugging the Film Pigs to do The Outsiders for years, and once they started their DVD Commentary Podcasts, I couldn’t stop little-sistering them to A) Do one of my favorites and B) Let me participate, because I was tired of getting kicked out of the house every time they got together to eat Bagel Bites and cap on films. Continue reading
Section: If You Live In A Glass House, Don’t Throw Bricks About
When it’s discovered in about five years or so that I’ve suffered permanent, irreparable damage to my eardrums (and I mean more than the constant ringing I’ve heard since I was seventeen from concerts) because I spent way too many hours with my headphones on, it won’t be the music that will take the immediate blame.
It’s because of Ricky Gervais’ laughter piercing my head every time he finds something funny. It’s worth it, though. These guys make me laugh like a moron so often I’ve had to stop listening to the podcasts in public (although it made today’s treadmill miles fly by).
If you haven’t heard one of these yet (and you don’t need an iPod, Chris), you’re missing out.