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Dave Tarnowski is a sad bastard, and the creator of the hit meme accounts @NickCaveAndTheBadMemes and @SadPeaks on instagram. Now, after a year of answering follower questions every day on social media, and by popular demand, comes a podcast, On The Sad Bastard, Dave opens up about his mental health, responds to his fans deepest, darkest, saddest, most depressing questions (and some funny ones too) and gives unqualified (but very much solicited) advice to his followers.
 
Do you often find yourself feeling lost and confused in life? Full of questions and searching for answers? Do you often find yourself wondering what is the most attractive instrument to play or whether or not it is okay to wear a trench coat on a first date? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you have come to the right place. Letters to Jules and Josh is a podcast for regular people who have regular problems and want to receive silly advice from two unqualified best friends. ...
 
Trends In Low Places is a comedic exploration of the hottest and dumbest trends of the day. Your intrepid hosts Mike and Michael – joined by friendly experts – explore social trending topics, current events and the modern era’s insatiable hunger for celebrity deaths. If you’re in desperate need for unqualified analysis of our world’s most pressing issues, these are the guys for you.
 
Are you looking for insightful, creative, and well-informed advice that you can apply to your inter-personal relationships? Well then, this probably isn't the podcast for you. Two friends (who know absolutely nothing) consume various forms of media content and then give (deeply unqualified) relationship advice to fictional characters in this unscripted comedy podcast series. (Blasting Off is full of opinions, questionable advice, and is probably NSFW. Be warned!)
 
Have you noticed that you struggle with the same issues as your parents and grandparents? Are you trying to break generational cycles? We are here to support you on your journey toward healing through self-discovery. Listen and journal with our faith based podcast where conversations on tough topics allow us to document our way to generational healing. Start by being honest about your day to day life, take notes along your journey, and pass your journals down when your children are old enoug ...
 
Jackie likes superheroes and comedy. Steph likes rom-coms and TV shows about genius savants. Steph watched cartoons about the Archie characters growing up, and Jackie had never heard of them until she watched the Riverdale pilot. So tag along with these two former college roommates desperately clinging to their bright college years in this wildly unqualified adventure into podcasting and media criticism! We'll go through every episode of The CW's hit drama Riverdale and talk about our favori ...
 
A mental health podcast by two wildly unqualified mentally ill humans. Our names are Emily and Jayme and we like to think we're funny. Even if we aren't we sure as fuck are gonna keep laughing at our own bullshit. Every week we have a new theme, along with reoccurring segments that are really just excuses to bitch or force media upon you. Hope you enjoy! You can find your hosts on Instagram and Twitter @emannshaver and @jmecart ~*~ logo & banner made using logomakr.com ~*~
 
From producers Anna Faris and Sim Sarna (Anna Faris is Unqualified) comes the world’s first hilarious/musical/comedic/sexually charged podcast. You might know Missi Pyle from one of her 200 films. But, you would most likely stop her in a mall and say, “Didn’t we go to high school together?” You might recognize Zach Selwyn from when he hosted the failed "competitive taxidermy" show on AMC – or possibly from his hit History Channel TV show “America's Secret Slang.” Both of them have spent thei ...
 
Welcome to “You Never Text Me Back… Let’s Overanalyze This”, a show about the way technology brings us closer together, whether we like it or not. Is your romantic interest not getting back to you in a timely manner? Are your friends sending NSFW images to your work email? Is your grandma clogging up your inbox with ways to save your soul? Join comedians, writers, and best friends Bridget Chun and Julie Lopez every other week as they dole out completely unqualified advice about navigating th ...
 
Ever had an argument with a partner, friend, family member or colleague and thought “if only an impartial person could weigh in, I know they’d see I’m right!” Well then, Stubborn Sally, this podcast is for you. Each episode, your equally stubborn hosts Nic and Sam, will pick apart someone's sticky situation and come to a conclusion: who is right and who is being a dick?We tackle lots of topics about different kinds of relationships and our goal (despite being two unqualified idiots) is to ac ...
 
Podcast host Ty James Largo has the job that everyone wants . . . or so they think. As a young-ish, marketing agency owner and a real life, working creative director, he’s seen it all, heard it all, and now, he’s ready to tell it all. Seriously Now (SRSLY NOW) shares the triumphs and horror stories (and lessons) of agency life, and what it takes to bring great ideas to life –– or watch them die in the presentation room. Laugh, commiserate, cheer and yes, even learn a trade secret or two. How ...
 
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About this episode: On this bonus episode, Tyra shares her struggles with being pulled in too many directions, protecting our royal family, and lets us in on something special she's been working on. Announcements: Our FREE community is launching this summer, so make sure you are subscribed at https://www.itsnotyourdiary.com/subscribe for all the de…
 
This week’s episode starts off with an email from Lia who met a cute boy at work but is feeling a bit rattled after discovering something strange in his closet. The boys address the dos and don’ts of late night snacking and express their feelings on some general relationship questions as well. Next, fish fanatic Abigail writes in looking for help o…
 
About this episode: On this week’s episode, Tyra shares a special message on the Top 8 things that people struggle with and reveals the secret to achieving these things is actually not a secret at all... Announcements: Make sure you visit https://www.itsnotyourdiary.com/subscribe and get your FREE 52 Week "You Owe U" Journaling Guide for 2021! Shar…
 
Bob Odenkirk [Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Nobody] is back to talk with Anna about how a home invasion inspired his new action film Nobody, doing his own stunts, feeling at home in LA, why Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are so good (and when we get another season), how social media is like being a wedding guest, and more. Later in the episode…
 
Ben Falcone [Tammy, Superintelligence, The Boss, What To Expect When You’re Expecting, Enough Said, Bridesmaids] talks with Anna about his new superhero movie Thunder Force, working with Melissa McCarthy (his wife), casting his friends, what it takes to be funny, comic books, The Ding Dang Gang, missing his answering machine, how to propose marriag…
 
Plus: Disney+ announces their summer release shuffle, Netflix wins the bid for two "Knives Out" sequels, will NBCUniversal allow Peacock to spread its feathers, and Discovery+ celebrates Earth Day. NEW SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS / CELEBRATING EARTH DAY “Expedition Deep Ocean” | Discovery+ | April 1 “First to the Top of the World” | Discovery + | April 8 “T…
 
This week’s episode starts off with an email from Fernando, who is feeling apprehensive about his girlfriends wishes to get a dog. The boys breakdown the pros and cons of dog ownership, and give Fernando some tips on how to manage the situation. Next, concerned older sister Haley writes in to complain about her younger brother’s recent increase in …
 
Adam Brody [The Kid Detective, Ready or Not, Promising Young Woman, Smiley Face, The O.C.] talks with Anna about making The Kid Detective, his love for surfing, the dangers of surfing, breathing, his 30-minute Twitter lock, Marvel Whiteside Parsons, meeting his wife, raising kids, reality TV, and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined by dating …
 
Han & Bec are going down memory lane in this episode. There was so much to cover that the ladies are still remembering more than was covered! Join Can We Say It in remembering all the good times that influenced this very podcast. From musicals to tv shows, music and even candy the ladies say it. Co-hosted by Han & Bec. Production by @hayd0ck - foll…
 
This week’s episode starts off with an email from a high schooler named Pete who is looking for advice on whether or not he should take a gap year. The boys discuss the possibility of Pete spending some time with his uncle in Australia and suggest some excellent (some might say Xtreme) hobbies for him to take up on his year off. Next, Marianne writ…
 
Gwyneth Paltrow [Shakespeare in Love, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Iron Man, Seven, Sliding Doors ] talks with Anna about quarantine, soft sweaters, being a homebody, fame, good and bad press, the value of hard work, romance, fulfilment, forgiveness, accountability, the mission that is Goop, a crazy idea for a dinner party and mor…
 
Plus: A new documentary sheds light on the Pepsi Points scandal, Apple TV+ signs first-look deal with Imagine Entertainment, a live-action "Peter Pan & Wendy" is in the works over at Disney+, and the "Mighty Ducks" trilogy is now available to stream before the new "Ducks" series premiere. New Show Announcements: “WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking …
 
This week’s episode starts off with an extra stock market short suggestion from Jules who is livid after a week of technical difficulties. Next, the boys answer a question from Lucy who is confused about recent changes in her long distance courtship. Jules and Josh discuss the situation and give Lucy some suggestions on what she should do going for…
 
About this episode: On this week’s episode, Tyra and Carla took some time to reflect on last week’s episode and covered how sharing their ugly truth brought so much clarity and has helped them out of the funk they were in. Episode Highlights: 01:23 3 Truth quotes 10:34 Getting back up 17:20 Topic 25:33 The power of your subconscious struggle 29:18 …
 
Brie Larson [Captain Marvel, Room, Kong: Skull Island, Unicorn Store] and Jessie Ennis [Mythic Quest, Better Call Saul, Life of the Party, Veep] talk with Anna about being best friends since childhood, their new podcast Learning Lots, first kisses, rejection, love, knitting socks, auditioning, the Academy Awards journey, driving a taxi-cab, losing …
 
Plus: Apple TV+ renews a series favorite, Disney+ outage causes outrage, WWE moving to Paramount next month, and celebrating "Coming 2 America". New Series and Films The Wedding Coach | Netflix | April 7 The Serpent | Netflix | April 2 The Mosquito Coast | Apple TV+ | April 30 Weekend Watchlist Kid 90 | Hulu | March 12 Cherry | Apple TV+ | March 12…
 
This week’s episode starts off with an email from a listener whose roommate won’t stop eating pizza pockets, olives and other weird foods on her bed. The boys discuss how they would weasel their way out of this situation without causing a ruckus and also branch off into a quick debate about what foods are allowed to be eaten in bed. Next, big fan L…
 
Ciara Bravo [Red Band Society, Wayne, Cherry] joins Anna to talk about her recent film Cherry, hanging out with co-star Tom Holland, 16-second memories, helping sick trees or joining a fire watch, sending a text to the wrong person, surviving a long distant relationship, the ghost who came down the stairs to watch SNL and more. Later in the episode…
 
About this episode: On this week’s episode, Tyra and Carla were open and transparent about; a set back caused by their lack of discipline last month, the back and forth of their faith, and how to distance yourself from things that aren’t serving you. Episode Highlights: 01:43 Prayer was feeling like a chore 06:30 The going back and forth process 11…
 
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