EPISODE 309: Have It Your Way

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We’re a crossword clue and a powerful influence upon Burger King’s business plans; what might Answer Me This! Episode 309 wreak?

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On today’s agenda:

existential cats vs existential dogs
Garfield vs Falstaff
Gotham vs Gotham
cookies vs soup
Woodstock
Shazam at funerals
Audrey Hepburn’s pet fawn
Tippi Hedren’s pet lion
Mike Tyson’s pet tiger
Mike Tyson’s pet pigeons
Nicolas Cage’s pet octopus
baked bean baths
Cuckoo Bush Mound
stage weapons
sexy spaghetti
and
Olly’s ABSOLUTELY UNCANNY impression of Ben Affleck as Batman.

Plus: here’s our previous work on the origins of Gotham City; here’s some advice for you if you’re planning a sexy spagetti bath; let us know what your most uncomfortable and gross charity endeavour was; and would you whip out your phone to Shazam this song during a funeral?

In today’s Bonus Bit of Crap on the App (get it for iDevices, Android and Windows gadgets) there’s a little more about the history of Gotham. We think we’ve triangulated where Catwoman is pursuing her postgrad education.

Send us questions, please! Leave voicemails on the Question Line – call 0208 123 5877 or Skype ID answermethis – or send emails to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com. You can also keep us company online at facebook.com/answermethis and twitter.com/HelenAndOlly.

We’ll be back on 19th March 2015 with AMT310, hopefully you will be too.

Helen & Olly

••• AMT309 Child-Friendly Rating: 70%. The language is coarse, but the content isn’t particularly. •••

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3 Responses to “EPISODE 309: Have It Your Way”

  1. liz Says:

    Re the debate on Gotham – Washington Irvine had links to our village and knew about us. The village still has connections with NYC. The place is small and yes, you might say boring, but those of us who live there like it this way.

  2. Jim Says:

    Whether Mom or Dad decide the little ones shouldn’t play with rubber knives, it’s not the fight coordinator’s job to *deliver* that message. By just withdrawing access to the “fun” stuff, the kids may start to feel they did something wrong in the first place.

    In this case, Mom and the coordinator should sit down with them and explain Mummy knows they try to play safe but accidents happen and she wants them to be safe. Maybe the coordinator could get Mom and the kids a chance to visit while a fight is being learned or practiced. Regardless, the kids will know how Mom feels and the coordinator didn’t withdraw the fun stuff because they did something wrong or because he’s a d*ck.

  3. phantomsteve2001 Says:

    Baked beans in a bath….

    If I had to do this, I would try to persuade one of the supermarkets to let me use out-of-date beans. That way you pay nothing for the beans, the supermarket gets kudos for helping out (plus probably a tax write-off for charity) plus you aren’t wasting current food stuff in order to raise money for starving people!

    You just contact various supermarkets months in advance so there is more chance of having out-of-date beans cropping up (or alternatively they might be able to arrange for free in-date beans with time to clear it with head office)… for me, that would be wasting good food but at least as the sponsorship raising person I would not have to fork out!

    I’m sure some of your listeners would have actually done this to raise money, so hopefully they’ll let us know!

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