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It turns out that people in Guatemala do not eat guinea pigs on the street, but they were used as guinea pigs in the 1940s by the US Government. The US really needed some human subjects to observe the effects of syphilis on the human body so they injected sex workers in Guatemala with syphilis and then sent them into the local jails to help spread syphilis to the prisoners. The sex workers were injected with syphilis without their knowledge or consent, and the prisoners only knew that someone had opened the door and let the sexy times roll. If this sounds familiar, you're thinking of the Tuskegee Experiment and for good reason - Dr. John Cutler was involved in both human experiments. After Tuskegee was made public in the 1970s, no one thought to say "oh yeah, and in Guatemala we also injected people with syphilis." It wasn't until 2005 that someone discovered the study and went public with it. Come with us down the rabbit hole that is syphilis - what is it, what are its effects, and most importantly, who is to blame for it! Gentle Listeners, kindly Note: Our title is NOT taken from Urban Dictionary and do not look it up.
Comedians Lisa Curry and Orny Adams join Adam as they discuss impossible to open packaging, airlines prioritizing peanut over dog allergies, and public shaving. They brainstorm a way to rank all the penises in the US and the effect that would have on the country before hearing from a caller who wants to share an Urban Dictionary entry he thinks they will enjoy. Finally, with Chris out on paternity leave, Lisa Curry fills in to report the news. They hear about Robert De Niro becoming a father again at age 79, the reveal of Ray Liotta's cause of death, a woman getting reunited with her parents after being kidnapped 51 years ago, a proposal going viral for the wrong reasons, and the US proposing new rules for airline cancellations. PLUGS: See Orny Adams live: Bellflower, CA - The Stand Up Comedy Club - Saturday Hermosa Beach, CA - The Comedy and Magic Club - May 18th And for more live dates, visit OrnyAdams.com See Orny in ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie' streaming now on Paramount + Listen to ‘What's Wrong With Orny Adams' wherever you find podcasts Watch Orny's special ‘More Than Loud' for free on YouTube And follow Orny on Twitter, @OrnyAdams See Lisa Curry Live: Austin, TX - The Velveeta Room - Friday and Saturday, August 4th and 5th Listen to Lisa Curry's podcast ‘Long Story Long with Lisa Curry' Thursdays on Sirius XM or wherever you find podcasts Visit Lisa's website: Lisa-Curry.SquareSpace.com Follow Lisa on Twitter, @Lisa_Curry And on Instagram, @olympianlisacurry THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: OReillyAuto.com Angi.com FastGrowingTrees.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
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Howdy y'all! It's that time again! We like to welcome in new listeners (to replace the ones we lost) every year right after the Mini Nats in Maggie Valley with our 3rd Annual review episode... Southeast Mortal Kombat Nationals! So what do we do to retain these new listeners, and to ensure that they find valuable content within the confined of Lowest Common Denominator? Do we interview famous, special guests? Do we analyze the newest debuts, and debate on which clubs showed the hardest? Do we give our hot takes on the scene over the weekend? Nah. We read several definitions off of the Urban Dictionary, discuss old western movies, and talk about Dan Harvey's moustache. Enjoy!
It's time to get back to the Patrons and first up, it's time to show some love to Dree and her pick, Freeway! I actually had the 4K disc for this but had never watched it. I heard it's pretty wild and very trashy, so that seems like something i need to check out. This film also taught me a new term that I had to go and look up on Urban Dictionary. Thank you again to Dree and thank you all for listening! Support The Show On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/homevideohustle Watch Us On YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfN67zqLBcbJNJw1cHI0Hlw Get HVH Merch - https://www.teepublic.com/user/hvhpodcast Music By: Trade Voorhees - http://tradevoorhees.com/ Promo: For Screen and Country Podcast - https://www.ageofradio.org/forscreenandcountry/ Age Of Radio Website - https://www.ageofradio.org/homevideohustle/ Be sure to check out untidyvenus.etsy.com and use promo code "HUSTLE" to get 15% off some bomb artwork! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Have you ever wondered what some current slang and emojis mean? We were wondering the same thing ourselves. We talk in this episode about Gen Z, or as we learned, the generation, also known as 5G. We break down some of the current slang and find more information from Urban Dictionary. Want to use some additional emojis in your life? We will break down the current meanings. There is no doubt some of this was a big mystery to us all, and some of us are more hip than others in certain areas of the current trends of this generation. We love to drop as much information as possible on this podcast, and there is no doubt this one is filled with it. We have all decided that Table for Five is not only a snack but for sure, a meal (find out what that means if you don't already know in the episode). We laughed so hard throughout this recording, and we hope to give you a good laugh on Monday morning as well. If you like our podcast, please share, rate, and review it! You can find us at Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos You can also find us on our personal pages, where we write about our parenting at: Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos Jaime Ramos at Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism - Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tableforfive/support
It's Tuesday, April 11th, and Joanna has a word to play the Urban Dictionary game with!
This episode is Ariel's third on empowered dating. Do you need to know what you're looking for? Do you want to get clarity? Do you want to learn about different dating choices? Have you done monogamy or vanilla relationships and what to try something else? Ariel talks about these things but be warned, some of the content and conversations might be triggering if you're used to a very conservative dating lifestyle. Clear negative energy connections you experience while dating with Ariel's Violet Flame Relationship Clearing Practice. Ariel uses this and other energy medicine tools to clear negative cording attachments. If you share this tool, please acknowledge me as its creator, especially if you do this on social media or in writing. Violet Flame Relationship Clearing by Ariel F. Hubbard, www.arielhubbard.com I am, I am, I am a Sovereign Being. I choose the energies that are in my field. I choose the energies of Peace, Light, and Unconditional Love, and so it is. (Say or think the name of the person you are releasing 3 times) At this time, I choose to release my energy from your field Bringing it back to me through the Violet Flame Where it is cleansed, blessed and purified. I reclaim my life force energy and my power. And so it is. Notice whether you feel a release physically, energetically, emotionally or spiritually. (Say or think their name 3 times) At this time, I choose to release your energy from my field Sending it back to you through the Violet Flame Where it is cleansed, blessed and purified. To do with as you will. I release it to you with love. And so it is. Notice whether you feel a release physically, energetically, emotionally or spiritually. After which process did you feel more of a shift? That will indicate where there was a stronger cording attachment. You may need to do this several times if the cording is strong. Some people may seek to re-engage with you once you have released cording—be prepared and stay disengaged. Or re-engage, but in a way that honours your boundaries. Urban Dictionary is an app to help you understand current slang Ariel's upcoming book is The Empowered Woman's Guide to Online Dating (see pre-order link, below.) He's Just Not That into You, by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo Situationships as a form of dating: https://apple.news/AMjIIFDO5St2EQ2Jxc9XFew For more information on Tantra, see Sexual Secrets by Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger. This is a classic, extensively researched, seminal tantric text based on primary source research translated from Chinese, Japanese and Sanskrit by the authors. Urban Tantra by Barbara Carrellas gives practical exercises for people to connect with tantric energy. KEY TAKEAWAYS Women are the essence and expression of the divine feminine archetype and there are a lot of expressions of that. And yes, everyone has masculine and feminine energy inside of them, but women are the essence of the feminine. There are different types of archetypes: the maiden, the mother, the crone, the creator, the sex goddess, wise women. You have those qualities within you whether you're sweet and kind or criticising or manifesting and men, whether they're aware of it or not, are attracted to your sexual and spiritual energy. When you fate online men are trying to access this energy and they often do it by asking sexual questions. There are three groups of men: Men who want casual sex, men who want relationships, and guys who don't know what they want – these aren't guys you want to waste your time on. Cross those people off your list, your time is precious. The men who want quick access to your sexual energy are taking shortcuts by skipping dating steps. If it makes you feel nervous or afraid that's because it's not safe because they haven't taken the time or effort to build up trust. Once we're older and we exit a relationship (long- or short-term), it leaves us wondering what's important in life. You may have wondered if all the effort you put into your past relationships was worth it, or you might feel that you didn't get what you were looking for, or you might want something totally different. Give yourself permission to open yourself up to different possibilities. Life now is different to life in your teens and twenties and your desires and needs are different as well. Most people have grown up experiencing vanilla sex or relationships and they get into a rut where they do the same kinds of behaviours over and over again. They expect their partner to be monogamous and they may rarely or never actually talk about sex or their fantasies. This is one of the many reasons why relationships end. Men and some women do want variety and sometimes they get bored of the same persona and the same actions over and over again, not just sex but relationship actions too. BEST MOMENTS “Men have the spiritual energy of being a director or a builder, women are creators and gestators of ideas and men take and direct the energy that the feminine gives them and make it come into physical existence.”“If you're looking for casual sex, you need to be treated with respect with that even.”“Just because you might have been monogamous for years does not mean you have to have the same kind of sex or relationship life you had before. This is an ideal time to look at and explore other options.”“Kinks are a way of experiencing sexuality or arousal from something that's not normally considered sexual or sexy. Tantra is a way of working with sacred sexual energy (with yourself or a partner) to open up kundalini flow and your chakras to expand your spiritual consciousness.” ABOUT THE HOST Ariel is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Empath and Psychic who has been involved in holistic healing since 1988. She is also an educator, speaker, author and mentor for empaths, spiritual seekers and medical professionals. To reach Ariel, go to www.arielhubbard.com, where you will be able to contact her directly. Please let her know you heard her on the podcast and the assistance you need or question you have. Website: www.arielhubbard.com Podcast: Woman Power Zone on all major platforms LinkedIn: @arielhubbardIG: @arielhubbardFacebook: @HubbardEducationGroupYT: @arielhubbardCH: @arielhubbard Pinterest: https://pin.it/6Z6RozS Pre-order form for Ariel's educational, hilarious and spicy dating book: The Empowered Woman's Guide to Online Dating: Set Your BS Tolerance to Zerohttps://eworder.replynow.ontraport.net/Access to the Mindset Reset Club: See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
News Wheel: Seattle's #2 healthiest city, mall park leads to shooting // Trump in Home Alone 2 // FLOTUS offers WH invite to winning & losing teams // Urban Dictionary slangSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Di chuyển đường dài là điều không dễ dàng với nhiều người. Cảm giác mệt mỏi, buồn chán, đôi khi say xe khiến chúng ta chỉ mong có thể đánh một giấc đến lúc xuống.Ấy vậy mà một số người thực sự có khả năng này. Dù đêm trước ngủ đủ giấc, họ vẫn ngủ một mạch suốt quãng đường như chưa từng được ngủ trước đó. Từ điển Urban Dictionary còn có hẳn một từ chỉ tình trạng này là carcolepsy (ghép từ “car” - ô tô và “narcolepsy” - chứng ngủ rũ).Họ ngủ được như vậy là nhờ “bùa mê” gì? Hãy cùng 2 editor Trân Lê và Hiền Lê tìm hiểu trong tập Bít Tất Tâm Lý lần này.Hình minh hoạ bởi Amy Anh @hi.amyanh cho Vietcetera#BitTat #Podcast #Vietcetera #BitTatTamLy
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This Morning, Young & the Restless partner with CBS sports for something great, Gapey V joins us in his Urban Dictionary bracket predictions, we grab some seafood on F, U, Or Both, and Craig Rivet joins us to talk Sabres. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This Morning, The Cowboys perform a ritual before a game, we breakdown the current numbers for our Urban Dictionary brackets, and we go through the Niagara Falls Police Blotter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode, Colleen owes the IRS A LOT of money. We're taking any and all suggestions on side hustles at this point. Bridget does a round up of the Oscars from the highlights of the night to the snubs. Then we get into the topic of the week... BAD ROOMMATES. This one is a ROLLERCOASTER. We read listener submissions, tell stories from College and of course, Reddit always keeps us on our toes. We play a quick game of "which roommate would you rather live with" and we learn some new words from Urban Dictionary. If your roommate has a ferret or animal costume... run. #ColleenBrokeAToilet The positive story and small business shout out of the week goes to Enoteca Maria! This Staten Island restaurant has a classic Italian menu with rotating Nonnas to cook traditional dishes from all over the world! Check out this article written by Joseph Lamour from Today to learn more about this wonderful restaurant and adorable Nonnas!Review and subscribe! You can find us on Instagram @Sippinwiththeshannons or send us your stories at Sippinwiththeshannons@gmail.com. Love you, mean it.
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This Morning, Quincy Jones was right about Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop Till you Get Enough, TMZ's Harvey Levins joins us ahead of "The Fifth Plane" airing tonight on TMZ, we update you on the first round of our Urban Dictionary brackets, and take a look at the Niagara Falls Police Blotter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This Morning, nuts everywhere in this neighborhood, it's bracket season so make your votes at 97rock.com for your favorite Urban Dictionary entries, we play OTF for prizes, and Toto's David Paiche joins us.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Urban Dictionary define spinning the block as circling back around to something...or to come back to something later. Are you guilty of spinning the block on some past situations? Have you been the spinner or the spin-ee? Lol. Why do people leave a situation and later realize they want the old thang back? Listen in as Monica and Kanisha try to figure out why the green isn't as green on the other side as some folks thought... Also, major shoutout to our 50th EPISODEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Follow @ChickenSexDegrees on Instagram and @ChcknSexDegrees on Twitter to join in on the conversation. We talk back! Purchase some FLY merch at www.chickensexdegrees.com Music By: @DJChoppALot
B*tch Eating Crackers - an Urban Dictionary term that we learned and we're running with it this week. Summer House - we have different (but not opposite) takes on the Kyle and Carl situation. Details from the Brooklyn Beckham and Nicole Peltz wedding are coming out – and the tea we got on the site last year is making a lot more sense. Real Housewives of New Jersey is keeping our interest. The Teresa/Louie/Melissa/Joe battle is brewing - and Teresa's kids have now entered the chat. And, the Real Housewives of Potomac reunion had some very interesting moments. We have some insight on what Mia was trying to explain - as well as some tea on what Gizelle was trying to hint at during the reunion. This episode of Cocktails and Gossip is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/CAG and get on your way to being your best self. Can't get enough Cocktails and Gossip? Join our Cocktail Party where you'll get early access to our podcast ad-free, a bonus pod, exclusive posts, access to our community and a monthly Zoom with B, Amanda, and the rest of the Cocktail Party crew. Join us at bravoandcocktails.com/join
This week, we: - test our knowledge of English through Urban Dictionary - learn what Chegg.com found out about students in 2020 - find out what February's all about by its holidays and observations And some dumb stuff, too! Find us on Twitter @thereisabetter1, Instagram @thereisabetterpodcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Brooklyn Emo band Wakelee joins STRIKE A CHORD to discuss their upcoming self-titled album, Wakelee. We all saw it and we need to address it. What happened to Rihanna's Super Bowl 2023 HalfTime show? The performance was lackluster at best. BUT what did Howard Stern say that has everyone getting their twitter accounts cancelled—Wakelee has some sage advice for live performances! Alex (vocals/guitar) and David (drums) are identical twins and the triplet that went wrong is Elliot (vocals/bass)—so how do some Jersey bros link up with an Oregon player? This is a first! Urban Dictionary doesn't have a definition for Wakelee. BUT it's the perfect opportunity for the band to provide a backstory on how they named their band—although it's the last place you would expect. The feeling of not knowing how to feel after something bad happens is spot on for Wakelee's single “Mood Rings.” Sometimes we can be a "tin can"—having difficulty processing emotions and expressing feelings is confusing. Should I be angry, sad, mad, happy or glad. Is that profound enough or am I in Oz? Having an identical twin has some advantages. There's a world of possibilities where we can swap roles at any time. BUT does that work with relationships? Enoughs, enough! Time to get this album out and we can't wait to hear what Wakelee delivers. Follow, support and listen: https://www.wakeleemusic.com
Join the gals of Pretty Funny Business as they explain words from their lexicon that may leave you scratching your head. Find out more about the NSFW term for being obsessed with something, the worst part of working for a typical agency, and how admin work makes us laugh and spend some extra QT together. Then, we shout out one of our favorite content creators on LinkedIn alongside some spicy comments made on her recent post. In a these unprecedented times, you know you can count on always regretting listening to this podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prettyfunnybusiness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prettyfunnybusiness/support
Urban Dictionary defines “icks” as "something that's a turnoff when you have romantic interest in someone" or "is used to describe something that makes you uncomfortable". This week Ben reads out your icks and tells you if he thinks they are valid! From Double texting to having bad dental hygiene to chewing with your mouth open, tune in to find out what icks are top of mind in the culture today. Watch the podcast on YouTube: https://bit.ly/DramaMamaYouTube Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/DramaMamaBENOFTHEWEEK If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/DramaMamaBENOFTHEWEEK Follow Ben on YouTube Follow Ben on Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's a wide range of emotions this week as we cover “Where's Johnny?”, an episode that provides some deeply sad moments, some thrills, and plenty of laughs altogether. It's a rich episode about selfishness, old wounds, and lonliness. Junior's mental state is starting to slip further away from reality as he wanders through Newark looking for his deceased brother. Tony struggles to stay out of the escalating violence in New York, and Paulie goes head to head with Feech over landscaping. Plus! Jordan looks up “half and half” for us on Urban Dictionary. All this and so much more, right after we shit in our hats… TheSopranosPodcast@Gmail.com @TheSopranosPodcast - Facebook & Instagram @SopranosPodcast - Twitter
As a parent of pre-teens and teenagers, Tiffany has some questions: namely, about what the heck her kids are saying sometimes. In this laugh-filled episode, Tiffany gets the chance to ask all-the-questions she's afraid to ask her own kids to her high school-aged intern, Brianna. Tiffany and Brianna discuss everything from slang definitions to the expectations of social media—and Brianna has a beautiful, mature take on how she feels growing up in the social media generation. If you're a parent of teenagers, around teenagers, or just want a belly laugh for the week, this is the episode for you. For more from Tiffany, sign up for her newsletter. Show theme by Brice Johnson
(00:00 - 01:20) Intro. (1:20 - 16:33) Weekend Recap. (16:33 - 22:28) Urban Dictionary. (22:28 - 37:22) Shows. (38:42 - 54:25) Jonah Hill. (54:25 - 01:05:22) Dating. (01:05:22 - 01:06:53) Outro. PlanBri merch > https://store.barstoolsports.com/collections/planbri-uncut. Follow PlanBri Uncut on Instagram, TikTok and Twitter: @planbriuncutYou can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/planbri
This week on The Cigar Authority broadcasting live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire… The Urban Dictionary of Cigar Smoking, and some unrelated terms you might not know or wish you never heard! We light up a cigar from The Cigar Authority Care Package that is experimental consisting of one type of tobacco while in the second hour we fire up a cigar that has become one of the favorites for Barry & Ed; West Tampa Attic Series. Join us for all of this and the usual suspects including the VS Question of the Week, Offer of the Day, Cigar News, the email of the week and a peek into the Asylum. Join us for our regular The Cigar Authority broadcasts live on Saturday at 12noon or on our website, TheCigarAuthority.com as well as Facebook Live, YouTube and is available on your favorite podcast catcher.
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Dan and Cannon sit down with Kevin Nelson of Hip Square Fence out of Panama City, FL. The guys try to figure out what a "Hip Square" really means by going to Urban Dictionary, it wasn't what we expected for sure. Kevin clears that up with where he and his wife came up with the name and then they dive deep into the different tools and techniques of driving / pounding post. ▶ Hey #FenceLifers, get your My Fence Life Swag ⬅️ here, just fill out the contact form and wait by the mailbox!!▶ Click HERE to register for the upcoming Stain & Seal University Feb 16th-17th in Alexandria, TN!!▶ Click HERE to register for the Fence Show & Security Expo coming in August 2023 hosted by the FWA (Fence Workers Association)Use Promo Code MFL50 to get 3 days FREE on the Exhibitor Floor▶ Get early access to BizzRater. The only platform that allows YOU to "Take Advantage of Your Reviews"! Use PROMO code MFL30 and save 30%▶ Thank you to todays show sponsor
The guys play Thursday Gametime, this time with a game of Urban Dictionary Definitions!
Best Friends Carly and Katie embark on their journey towards uncovering self-love and clocking their bullshit. In this episode, we get a little hysterical while deconstructing the quote on quote crazy girl. Urban Dictionary defines Crazy Girl Syndrome as " The phenomenon where girls act irrationally because of indecisiveness or insecurities. Can be observed in most Interpersonal relationships when a girl may act one way one day and the opposite way the next; each girl expresses her CGS differently. Though it may seem unfounded, CGS is often established because of previous relational problems (daddy issues, controlling ex-boyfriends, etc)." YIKES! Calling all my daddy issues girls, what makes a crazy girl? Is it a real thing? Oh by the way did you know the word hysteria comes from the greek word of "womb"! Crazy! Thats just crazy!!! Am I saying crazy too much??? So come hangout with Cool Girl™ Carly and Crazy Girl™ Katie as we get vulnerable about the deep wound of being pigeonholed as a "crazy girl"! *crazy girls only* FOLLOW US: instagram.com/notlikeotherpodcasts EMAIL US: email@example.com
The weird fun bag returns this week with 3 really silly stories. We're looking at Oofty Goofty, the Kentucky Meat Shower, and New Zealand's exploding trousers. Are they all Urban Dictionary sex positions, or real events? Find out!Like the show on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OurWeirdWorldPod/Follow John on Twitter and Instagram @TheJohnHinsonFollow the show on Instagram @OurWeirdWorldPod
After some techinical difficulties, Episode 81 in its entirety is ready to go! The gang starts the show with the big reveal from last week - how is decaf coffee made? Plus, what is the worst fantasy football performance that you've ever had? Also, Ben and Shane come to the stunning realization that the Candystand website no longer exists, and Professor Vijay returns with an Urban Dictionary word that has captured the intrigue of the group.
Dudes getting vaginas are giving Barbie a bad name! Just when you think you cannot learn a new Urban Dictionary term…..SCREEECH! A Barbie Pouch is not a cool gift idea, it's a guy getting his junk whacked off to get a cavern — of sorts! In other news, AOC's new documentary is blazing trails in the movie world…..forget record breaking temperatures, the sales are killing it at eighty-one dollars a theatre! And, awaaay we go!Produced By: Fadi GattoussiBBOS Website: Author, Dawn BurtsPlease follow Boobs, Booze and Other Stuff on.....SpotifyApple PodcastsInstagramTik TokYouTubeiHeartSupport the show
We need to keep up with our Urban lingo. Does anyone know what a Rizz God is? Apparently Shams Charania is one! We look it up on the Urban Dictionary. The Rams will take on the Packers and it will be Freezing how will the cold affect the Rams? Also, Anita Marks from BET LA joins us to help you place your bets for this upcoming week in the NFL. If, someone at the coffee shop asks you to watch their PC do you look after their stuff? You can catch her show tonight at 8pm. Corporate Greg has his topics ready for BOBCAT! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller who wants to know if Dr. Drew has any interest in running for office in California. They also discuss why Adam would trust the word of Ro Khanna even if he doesn't align with his politics exactly. Later Adam shows Drew a recent interview between Jane Fonda and Ari Melber and they speak with a caller with some Urban Dictionary suggestions for Adam. Please Support Our Sponsors: Babbel.com/ADS GoodRanchers.com SimpliSafe.com/Adam2
Howie remembers the days when a man was a man and a woman was a woman. The only thing more confusing than these new, circular definitions is the grammar we're expected to adopt with it. Then, Howie provides commentary on Tara Reid's interview with FOX.
The gang starts the show with the big reveal from last week - how is decaf coffee made? Plus, what is the worst fantasy football performance that you've ever had? Also, Ben and Shane come to the stunning realization that the Candystand website no longer exists, and Professor Vijay returns with an Urban Dictionary word that has captured the intrigue of the group.
Here's part 2 of the Almond Mom. This time Kamele'onālanimainā'anela (Kamele) joins Amy for the discussion and helps us with understand a Childs point of view. We may not say anything, but kids see everything!Sign up here to do the 5 for 50 challenge with us! If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Sign up for the next Follow-Through Challenge Follow me on Social Media:Amy on IGAmy on FacebookCheck out the Amy Ledin WebsiteJoin the Follow-Through Challenge offered every 6 weeksAmy Ledin's 16-week Fat Loss Academy Resources:Lean Bodies Consulting (LBC)Follow LBC on IGCheck out the LBC Community on FBLBC University#5for50 #5for50FamilyEdition #AmyLedin #AmyLedin.com #ErikLedin #LeanBodiesConsulting #LBC #Kamele #KamelePerez
This week we are diving deep into why was I a Pick Me Girl? According to the Urban Dictionary, a "pick me girl" is a girl who seeks male validation by indirectly or directly insinuating that she's not like the other girls. For example, she may have or present herself to have more guy friends because they're less problematic and catty than women are. And I have to be honest, I definitely was that girl that convinced myself that it was okay to have more guy friends because they were less problematic and less dramatic. In this episode, I break down why I believe I was seeking this male validation and share some of my most embarrassing "pick me" moments. Make sure you stay until the end where I'll be reading some of you guys most embarrassing "pick me" moments as well! If you need advice on your love life, submit your letters to at this link below: sipandspills.com Join our FB Group "Spill the Tea with Sip & Spill" where every month we are giving away wine to our most engaged member! https://www.facebook.com/groups/664407411172780/about Sip & Spill is offering this 6 Mediterranean Wines package for $45, free shipping, and a free corkscrew in partnership with wine insiders! Click the link below to order yours today: https://wineinsiders.eqwh.net/c/2219295/662306/9974 Follow us: instagram.com/sipandspills facebook.com/sipandspills twitter.com/sipandspills Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rob, Nico and Nick discuss the midterms, Aaron Carter, Harry Styles, Urban Dictionary, Australian sheds, Andor, the death of crypto and much more. Chat with… The post Two Cents Radio: Episode #331 – In the Shed appeared first on Too Many Thoughts.
Bad Dad Peter has recently spent some time with his children in the USA and having sampled the finest our cousins from the other side of the Atlantic have to offer, he thought he'd recognise the high watermark of American culture, the film offerings of the Disney company, for this week's show. Our top 5 Memorable Disney Moments features a broad spectrum of Walt's offerings. It would be easy to dismiss the latest Disney Pixar movie as being a shameless TOY STORY cash-in and just like any normal adult my enthusiasm for a Buzz Lightyear origin story was virtually non-existent, so when the reviews came in and decreed almost universally that LIGHTYEAR was mediocre my expectations were lower than a crypto bros credit score. When Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear (Chris Evans) accidentally maroons the 1200 strong crew of The Turnip on an uncharted planet, he will stop at nothing to save their lives, even if it costs him his own. Buzz learning that he cannot fix everything and that he has to be willing to accept help is a meaningful character arc allowing the movie to discuss its themes of male vulnerability, what it means to inspire someone, how to respond to mistakes in life and wraps all that up in a plot which features an interesting use of real world physics like the Theory of Special Relativity. Enjoyed by all of our kids, this was a surprise hit. Whilst there is an extremely unpleasant Urban Dictionary definition pertaining to STEAMBOAT WILLIE, which involves parts of the male anatomy, cigarettes and locomotive impressions, it's the slightly less scatological 1928 animated debut of Mickey and Minnie Mouse we're chatting about this week. It's a Disney classic so of course it features brutal animal violence which we know you all enjoy.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. Try us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review, on email at email@example.com or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
Isabelle starts by expanding on the idea of how you think about things, how that inner landscape can connect into tapping into norepinephrine—if you're practicing going “I see you anxiety, I see what you're trying to do, and I'm so grateful I have you because it helps me…” what it means to not shame or blame yourself for having an instinct to worry versus what you do know to be true. Short of someone giving you direct feedback, you don't have data either way, so saying hi to your anxiety or feeling, and taking a few breaths to be grateful. Then when you do have a tough moment, like a hard meeting at work, you won't beat yourself up about it as much. David even says: you can skip the shame spiral. Norepinephrine is so much about the inertia and movement of something. People with kids who have ADHD either have a very very clean room, or very very messy room. For those with a messy room, they're like “where to start? Do I burn it and start over again?” Then you give them one specific thing to do, they earn dopamine from that one thing. So you build momentum by building a feedback loop between dopamine and norepinephrine, because you judge yourself on a very reasonable scale. If you make a broad request, it's like “whaaa?” If you say “pick up your legos” or “Hunt for all the legos you can, you have 7 minutes, you earn 3 snarf points? What's a snarf point? I'll tell you in 7 minutes”—you now have specificity, and time pressure, and reward. Isabelle describes that she lives in the anxious side of the spectrum, and David lives in the excitement of it. If anxiety and excitement are the same physiological symptoms, how can you replace the two things? Isabelle wonders at her anxiety, which she is not bummed about, but knows that it's a part of her, and also knows that it has served her and her people across the generations—like she feels less anxious when she has a very stocked pantry or fridge. How can that be turned into excitement? We're talking about the interplay of epigenetics, and the interplay of how you lean into the anxiety. If you're in the United States, you'd be hard pressed to not have a transgenerational history of trauma, and as men and women (and non-binary folx), we are treated differently and are rewarded for going to anger or anxiety. Men are traditionally reinforced for getting angry in the U.S.—it's reinforcing for them, and it's not great, and in the same way anxiety may be reinforced for women. Not that it's so cut and dry and binary-based. David elaborates that his impulsivity has been viewed as confidence, whereas for women, it can be viewed as overemotionality, and can be shamed, or put in corners. David had to work really hard to find excitement, he was way more in that angry place, fighting any system, any person he could. When you get angry, you feel yucky afterwards for like two hours, and he met really good friends, had an amazing brother, and had good supports, and a lot of people don't have that. And he had a choice in that moment whether to get anxious or excited. Isabelle is so grateful David shared that about himself and felt so seen, really resonating with the idea that whereas David's impulsivity was viewed as confidence, hers was read as overreacting, or overdramatic. She describes how she makes big gestures and shrieks and has big reactions to things and how often she has to blunt them or try to mask them in her daily life. She also recognizes the layers of privilege she carries as a white, cisgendered woman, that she has gotten a lot of reinforcement for her anxiety. Her asking, let's say, her kid's teacher a detail-oriented question seems almost assumed, that she would be the one who needs to be vigilant about the details of things, whereas her husband, Bobby, is seen as winning the day if he gets the kids to school, even though he is more effective at this. How we're socially viewed impacts how we think about it—perhaps Bobby running late is viewed as he was busy doing important things, whereas Isabelle names she has been conditioned to be extra apologetic and nervous and take it on as some awful thing that she's running late. David goes into Tavistock group dynamics stuff (see show notes below)—based around the work of Wilfred Bion—where people learn how they are in a group. David was in a group and someone came in late and were overly explaining it, the group ended up attacking her about all her apologies—David named there is an art to being late, and it is this: acknowledging the inconvenience, being very small, and apologizing at the end. Don't talk too much or give too many specifics, just say “my bad” and be quiet and wait to figure out what's happening. David and Isabelle both agree that they are habitually late, and hate being late, but will be late because of who they are. They just will be. Isabelle names an old meme: “Sorry I was late, it's because of who I am as a person.” She mentions connecting with her friends, one of whom says instead of saying “I'm so sorry” for being late, reserve sorries for deep relational healing moments where you feel harm was caused, intentionally or not. For example, being late, or accidentally bumping into someone, or dropping something off late—is not always the context for an “I'm sorry,” but instead, you could use the phrase “thank you for your patience.” David agrees, except for the bumping into someone else part—he has to say he's sorry. Isabelle thinks a simple midwestern “ope!” Will suffice, which David recently witnessed himself doing in the wild. Ope: (according to Urban Dictionary) - a midwestern U.S. way of acknowledging another person or thing they have encountered. Ope! Sorry I bumped into you, Jim. Ope, there's my wallet. Ope! I missed my bus! (added by us): Also known as an interjection of surprise and implied apology.DAVID'S DEFINITIONS Epigenetics - from CDC “Epigenetics is the study of how your behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way your genes work. Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not change your DNA sequence, but they can change how your body reads a DNA sequence.” (source: CDC)Transgenerational trauma: from wikipedia “is the psychological and physiological effects that the trauma experienced by people has on subsequent generations in that group.” (source: Wikipedia) Imagine the collective trauma experienced by groups of people surviving slavery, wars, famine, natural disasters, etc. and the ways in which epigenetic (see definition above) may alter the way even our genes can express themselves and how we adapt and respond to stressors. For more on this, check out the pioneering work of Yehuda and Lehrner (Article on intergenerational transmission of trauma)Dopamine deficiency? ADHD is often understood as neurobiological (brain) difference, that includes lower levels of dopamine, the neurotransmitter (messenger chemical) in our brain that gives us feelings of satisfaction and reward—the feeling of YOU ARE DOING IT… Another way of viewing it is a neurotypical person has a shot-glass-sized need for dopamine and so little bits of dopamine fill it up enough to feel that satiation, whereas a person with ADHD has a pint-glass-sized need for dopamine. At times, you need a lot more dopamine and are starving for it, but at other times, you have so much dopamine it is so rewarding (and perhaps the reward feeling while eating that doughnut is actually that much greater), but it also makes it even harder to pull away or transition from getting that dopamine to not (imagine how hard it is to not keep watching a show you love or how it would feel if someone suddenly unplugged the tv). Keep in mind that dopamine is just one of the neurotransmitters doing some fun other stuff where ADHD is concerned.Neurotransmitters: a messenger chemical in the brain, there are tons of them, most currently talked about include serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, that work like a lightswitch, they are either on or off. Dopamine: gives you feelings of satisfaction and reward (the feeling of YOU'RE DOING IT!), sex, drugs, rock n' roll, raising the stakes and making things riskier can release dopamine as you do the task anyway (like as you procrastinate and feel the relief of getting the thing you've procrastinated done). As soon as you finish the task, dopamine is done: the dopamine is generated in doing the task and anticipating the task. It's the lights. Norepinephrine: Once a task is done, this kicks in with that “I was productive” or “not” feeling. It connects to motivation, the sense you DID the thing. It can be easily manipulated by the way you think about things, so it's not inherently a pleasant or unpleasant feeling, it's just coming in to help you pause and slow down and evaluate (and it is more complicated than that) and how you use it can be up to you a bit. Our perception of productivity, worth, and work. It's evaluating the light show. You can take this idea and rehearse and practice how you'd like your norepinephrine to go (sorta) by practicing noticing your feeling and befriending it and rolling with it differently (with gratitude, let's say, replacing some of the shame) -----Cover Art by: Sol VázquezTechnical Support by: Bobby Richards—————
Cue up the Sweet Caroline cause we are watching a Boston set movie again with Dylan, but this time we aren't letting him use the accent (You're welcome). We examine the setting and discuss whether it could be set anywhere else, wonder if this was a good follow up decision to Gone Baby Gone for Ben Affleck the director, and for a movie we loved, we sure did find a lot of weird to shit on. Then Ben uses Urban Dictionary to do some educating.
Rich coins a few terms, but then messes up the Urban Dictionary entry (more on this later). Then, he shows Tracie the Try Guys' dramatics over their co-host's extramarital affair.To access bonus episodes, and to read Tracie's forthcoming biography of Jameela Jamil, visit Pot Psychology's Patreon.As always, you can find Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams.And see all of our other Diamond Girls on our Instagram.
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Hello everyone! The Urban Dictionary defines the phenomenon "dumpster fire" as the following: A random series of events that are hot messes, train wrecks, and colossal fails that are totally out of your control. In other words, Season 19 of The Bachelorette. EPISODE NOTES: Here's a direct link to Arise Africa's Venmo account! Learn more about them at their website! Here's the recap for this week! HERE is a link to the Google Doc with the dude's Instagram feeds. And here's the link to our official Bachelorette Bracket we are playing with my favorite sports podcast, Last Night's Game. I can't wait!!! Click HERE to be sucked in by the stats on Bachelor Data! SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Podcast: iTunes or Android Follow Me: Facebook and Instagram, and Twitter