EPISODE 355: Ship it! Ship it good

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What’s the grossest thing you’ve ever found in your food? A worm? A lung? Arsenic-laced hundreds and thousands? Gird your stomach for Answer Me This! Episode 355, in which we discuss:

food hygiene ratings
pig nipple bacon
Stanley Mann style
dating your dadalike
shipping it
Larry Stylinson
stans
stoners
Agatha Christie’s cornflour
store detectives
and
that Subway smell.

Plus: Olly shows up a logical flaw in ‘Stan‘; Helen went on an evening out, once; and Martin the Sound Man’s fragile guts are the only restaurant hygiene rating you need.

Today’s Bonus Bit of Crap on the App is a question from Michelle about the phrase “How’s your father?” Get the app for iPadPhones, Android and Windows devices.

Want to hear more from us? There’s the retro AMT episode that lands your feed mid-month – right now you can hear AMT222, in which we learn about Battersea Power Station and the Brighton Pavilion, and coin a phrase that will chime in your mind forevermore every time you pass a branch of Giraffe. To get it, subscribe to AMT on your podcatcher of choice. All of our back catalogue is available from answermethisstore.com, along with our special albums.

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We’ll be back with AMT356 on 2 November 2017, and with a Retro AMT episode on 19 October.

Helen & Olly

••• AMT355 Child-Friendly Rating: 55%. Questions about sexy fan fiction and Tinder dating, but nothing too lewd. Discussion of drugs, albeit an incredibly square one. A couple of swearsy. •••

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3 Responses to “EPISODE 355: Ship it! Ship it good”

  1. Andy Says:

    The logical flaw in ‘Stan’ isn’t one. Eminem doesn’t realise the tape was for him until the very last lines of his reply: “And in the car they found a tape/but didn’t say who it was to../Come to think about it/his name was… it was you/Damn…”

    He doesn’t refer to the contents of the tape in his reply, either.

  2. Frank Little Says:

    Another morally questionable solution is to put a completely unnecessary muzzle on the dog. The threatening muzzled look is probably more effective on a larger dog admittedly, but it could be worth a go.

  3. Shamus MacDougall Says:

    David should tell his partner and daughter: “I don’t think the dog is working out as it’s taking up a lot of time. I’ve decided to return/sell it to someone else.” They’ll either step up to task or shrug and go back to being thoughtless wretches.

    It’s a shih-tsu for pity’s sake – they always land on their feet. No one has ever seen a homeless shih-tsu on the side of the road.

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