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64: Forgive my Fins

Son of a swordfish! We’re back with more mermance….we’ve “explored” Mermen romance, naturally it’s time to chill with the Mermaids, all apologies to any comedy podcast hosts we know that have an irrational fear of them.

Next book: 12 Inches: A Secret Baby Dark Romance by Alexis Angel

62: Accidentally in love with….a God?

This is a story about a girl who falls in love with the male voice in her head, like ya do.

P.S. The anti-climactic thing that happened between me and Matthew at the beginning of the show is that I couldn’t remember while we were recording the show was this: I mentioned I was confused by something in a story I told him, where the last thing I said was “pick-me-up.” When I said “What could it mean??” he then said “a pick-me-up is something that you take that gives you energy”. It’s just as awkward explaining this in writing as it was not remembering it on the show. My apologies.

Next book: Tender Love, A Christian Romance by Juliette Duncan

61: Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas by Sarah Palin

Just as quirky as all get out, Sarah sure knows how to spin an Alaska yarn that will get you riled up about the WAR ON CHRISTMAS. There is nothing like some snowflake saying Happy Holidays to really exorcise the Jesus right out of THE LORD’S BIRTHDAY.

Next Book: Accidentally in Love With…A God? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff or Pamfie as we now call her.

60: The Billionaire’s Virgin

How much would YOU sell your virginity for? Kidding, that ship has long sailed. If we do have any virgin listeners out there, pro-tip: don’t sell it, lease!

Next book: Good Tidings and Great Joy, Protecting the Heart of Christmas by Sarah Palin (Matthew’s pick. FU Matthew)

58: Unwrapped

We’re branching out from one on one romance and delving into tri-love, MMF which I learned stands for Much More F—ing.

This is most likely our dirtiest episode yet, so make sure the little ones aren’t listening in. Ironically, from 7:54 to 8:32, you will hear Matthew’s daughter come home from school, grab a snack and then go into her room. I’m mortified and whispering for about 15 seconds until Matthew tells me to speak up, because whispering doesn’t make for good audio.

Next book: Mermen by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff