If you’ve been living in a bunker and haven’t heard about COVID-19, well, thanks for listening! How did you hear about us? We’d love to know. For everyone else, also thanks for listening, but also, listen to this episode.
Kelly got married! Laura performed the ceremony! Big firsts for both of us. We discuss the etiquette of springing a wedding on your family and other random things after our hiatus.
Kelly and Laura are both sleep deprived for different reasons as they discuss the major change in Laura’s life.
When it comes to when to show your penis and when to keep it in your pants, there seems to be a lot of confusion. Laura and Kelly attempt to simplify things in this, the shortest episode to date.
In this episode, Kelly and Laura completely spoil the documentary Abducted in Plain Sight as a public service to those also suffering as they watch it. It’s an extreme example of when trying to have good manners goes way, way, way, way, way too far.
Summer time is pool time for many, so be sure you know both the pool rules and the etiquette before diving in.
No spoilers here, but expect another great episode. We talk about when you shouldn’t go giving things away in TV shows, books and movies; and when it’s okay. Plus, a lot of delightful rants. This episode is brought to you by BlueCasperQuip; when you want a vibrating bed made from recycled materials that you can wear on your feet, think BlueCasperQuip.
Kelly talks to Laura and Tina who brought their own little built-in friends. That’s right, we have two fetus guests who don’t contribute much to the audio, but who are key players in the research behind this episode on pregnancy etiquette.
Kelly and Laura talk to delightful Raleigh celeb, Jesse Gephart, about theater etiquette while Laura successfully manages to not go into labor.
Laura and Kelly welcome Megan and keep on talking to Don from episode #28 in this episode on driving etiquette.