Fitting rooms, you know, the place you go to have a look-see at clothes before you purchase them. Laura shares a personal blunder and Kelly relives a horror she endured 3, maybe 4 years ago.
Whether you play DND or think we are talking about a game called “do not disturb”, you’ll enjoy this episode where Kelly and Laura bring back their friend, Mic, to talk to Michael and Michael about tabletop games.
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In this episode, we talk about best practices for parking your car in parking lots, in neighborhoods, and inside stores. Best practice on that last one, avoid it.
Yay! Pets! Cats, doggies, fish! Laura and Kelly’s friend, Kat, comes by to chat about pet etiquette…for humans.
Kelly and Laura muse on advice from 1958 for how women should go about finding a husband. All the advice holds up 100% in 2019. Take it all to heart, do everything it says, and then write a book about your experiences because that sounds like a good story and/or movie plot.
Laura and Kelly talk to Lisa Coleman about real estate etiquette, real estate in general, and real estate in Raleigh, NC; plus a lot of other things. In case you were wondering, talking real estate is one of Raleigh’s favorite pastimes, up with there with making trips to multiple grocery stores in one shopping run.
How do you leave a party? walk away from a conversation? or just get the fuck out of there? Oh, and without being rude about it. That’s the trick.
Living life in the ‘burbs? Laura and Kelly have some opinions on how to be good in the neighborhood.
Which fork do you use? On which shoulder do you wear your napkin? Which makeup products can you apply at the table? Become a formal dining pro in 30 minutes or less.
Ah, one of humanity’s oldest anxiety-inducing daily occurrences: the introduction. Every society has their version of what’s proper upon meeting someone for the first time. And then there’s what Kelly and Laura talk about.