A man with no head riding a horse. What could be scarier than that?? Nothing, that's what. This week we talk about one of the scariest stories ever published: Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. It's got the Headless Horseman, a goofball named Ichabod Crane, a surprising amount of long passages describing food and, because it was written in the 1800s, some inexcusable racism.This episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiter. Try it for free at ziprecruiter.com/complete.
Does your body hurt all day every day? Does the simple act of living your life put you in near constant physical pain? Well if so, you should head to a spa. This week, Tom recounts his recent trip to a spa including tales about how he almost got cooked alive and how he saw all types of different naked people.
This week we’re live in London talking about everyone’s favorite podcast topic: Murder! We talk about famous murderers, murdering each other, etc. It’s really a lot of lighthearted fun.Also we solve TWO listener problems live: a 19 year-old who is afraid she won’t be able to relate to 18 year-olds and a man trying to get a recruitment bounty.
The fizzy stuff! This week, we're talking about water with carbonation in it, or as we know it, seltzer. We cover it all, from the boring plain stuff, to the flavored versions and even the kind that will get you drunk.This episode is sponsored by Peloton. Go to onepeloton.com and use the code GUIDE to get $100 off accessories with the purchase of a Tread.
Time to pack your bags and hit the road, because this week that’s what we’re talking about: packing your bags and hitting road. Tim has an 11 day trip coming up, and Tom has a 3 day one so it’s time to start thinking about what to bring. How much is too much? How little is too little? Also we solve a listener problem concerning how to start getting people to call you a new, fake name.Head over to Squarespace.com/GUIDE for a free trial and when you’re ready to launch, use the offer code GUIDE to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.