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56 minutes | 4 days ago
Hello babies! Happy Thanksgiving! We can't wait to see our friends and family this week - Daphne, Marty, Eddie, Frasier, Niles, the whole Crane gang. We are also looking forward to seeing our actual relatives over Zoom, because it's a pandemic and we're not traveling! On today's ep, we read the Wikipedia page for Worm Charming (also known as worm grunting or worm fiddling), methods of attracting worms from the ground. Gotta get them out of the earth somehow!
66 minutes | 18 days ago
Crime in Antarctica
Congrats babies! Thank you for voting! On today's ep, we share our feelings about the recent election. We also touch on important topics like Kevin Costner movies and gardening updates. On Chunch Chat, Martha's cat makes an appearance. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Crime in Antarctica." It's a pretty short list.
56 minutes | a month ago
Robert Coates (actor)
Hello babies! It's the spookiest time of year again! It's also the last episode before the election, so please make sure to vote so we are happy on the next episode. On this episode, we talk costumes, Borat, and rollerskates! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Robert Coates (actor), an actor who was so bad we're still talking about him hundreds of years later.
70 minutes | 2 months ago
Hello babies! What an interesting week - Emily finally got a pStyle! She is getting the hang of it but needs a little practice. On Chunch Chat, Lisa is overjoyed by Martha's five Sicilian donkeys. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Mr. Blobby," a bulbous pink figure covered with yellow spots, he has a permanent toothy grin and green jiggling eyes. Mr Blobby communicates only by saying the word "blobby" in an electronically altered voice, expressing his moods through tone of voice and repetition. He topped the UK Singles Chart with the 1993 Christmas release "Mr Blobby".
70 minutes | 2 months ago
List of Sandwiches
Hello babies! Too much has been happening lately and we've had it up to here with all the events! On today's episode, Emily has a unique fundraising strategy and Lisa reads a great goose email. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "List of Sandwiches," an almost comprehensive list of - you guessed it - sandwiches.
60 minutes | 2 months ago
Hello babies! As if we needed more reason to not leave our homes, our portion of the continent is on fire! Anyways, listen to this podcast and just breathe less often. On today's episode, we decompress a bit and talk about horse riding technique. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Egg War. As bad as things are now, I wouldn't trade my life for that of a 19th century egger. Stay tuned for the Shyamalanian twist ending to our podcast.
56 minutes | 3 months ago
Alvin "Shipwreck" Kelly
Hello babies! So glad to provide you with another great podcast episode to memorize and speak along with! I suggest slowing down the recording, it helps make learning all the words easier. On today's episode, we have to issue a correction because an "INTP Brony" had a little too much fun online. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Alvin 'Shipwreck' Kelly," an esteemed professional flagpole sitter. I write podcast episode descriptions for a living so I'll refrain from criticizing his career choice.
61 minutes | 3 months ago
Hello babies! We all deal with difficulty in different ways - some people pick up hobbies to help distract. Lisa has taken up rollerskating, and Emily watched the 90s sitcom Just Shoot Me in its entirety. Tune in to hear our thoughts on both! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Giulia Tofana, an Italian professional poisoner and role model.
71 minutes | 4 months ago
Hello babies! It's still MaxFunDrive 2020! Go become a member and support your favorite podcasts! If you have the extra dough, consider gifting a membership to someone who has lost income due to the pandemic. On today's episode, we read the Wikipedia page for Nils Olav, a king penguin who resides in Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland. Please go to this page and observe his great posture.
95 minutes | 4 months ago
Tristan da Cunha
Hello babies! It's MaxFunDrive time again! Head on over to maximumfun.org to become a member and to support your favorite babies. Check out the Endorse Horse pin! On today's episode, we discuss gross jam and millennial business people. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Tristan da Cunha, a remote group of volcanic islands in the south Atlantic Ocean.
73 minutes | 5 months ago
Top Euphemisms For "Period" By Language
Hello babies! Hope your Independence Day made you feel really really free! On today's episode, Lisa talks about a former friend who was called out, and Emily talks about Columbo. On Chunch Chat, we hear about Kim Kardashian's 14 Freesian [sic] horses. On Wiki of the Shark Week, we don't read a Wikipedia page. We read a list page titled Top Euphemisms For "Period" By Language.
63 minutes | 5 months ago
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
Hello Babies! Thank you for listening to the only good podcast where the listeners are referred to as babies. Where do you keep your worms? On today's episode, Emily try to figure out where her worms should live and Lisa watches a Succession cast livestream. On Chunch Chat, Martha has some somber news. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars," a fever dream of an animated film.
71 minutes | 6 months ago
Hello babies! We stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, and encourage our listeners to visit blacklivesmatter.com to learn more about how to actually make a difference. We also think Baby Geniuses listeners might be inclined to donate here: gofundme.com/f/saddle-up-and-read-fundraiser Anyways, we still made an episode of our dumb podcast. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Elizabeth Klarer, a South African alleged "contactee" and one of the first women to claim a sexual relationship with an extraterrestrial.
65 minutes | 6 months ago
WWF Brawl for All
Hello babies! Have you heard the news that leaked? Tuca & Bertie are back for a second season! Our babies have become unintentional fashion trendsetters, when a celeb steps out in an outfit Lisa and Emily envisioned years ago. Also on today's episode, Emily has an encounter with a child who stepped on her flowers, and Lisa turns away some horse window shoppers. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "WWF Brawl for All," a shootfighting tournament held in the World Wrestling Federation that lasted from June 29, 1998 to August 24, 1998. Turns out there are repercussions when you let very strong people actually clobber each other.
55 minutes | 7 months ago
Hello babies! Now that quarantine is all we know, we're getting better at this remote podcasting thing. We've been reading more and watching even more TV (imagine that!) and we'd love to share some of our picks with you! Quarantine has inspired more listeners than ever to share butt pics, so make sure to stay tuned till the rear end of the episode! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Grunge Speak, a hoax slang that made it's way into the New York Times. Harsh realm!
62 minutes | 7 months ago
Hello babies!Thank you for continuing to listen to our podcast even though you most likely no longer have a commute! Let us know what you're doing while listening these days. Washing your bike? Organizing your sock drawer by color and length? On Chunch Chat, we learn about Martha's vacuum cleaner. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Bridey Murphy, purported 19th-century Irishwoman and cryptomnesia case. You might remember her from a past life!
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Hello babies! We hope you and yours are healthy and handling things as well as can reasonably be expected! If you have the space, may we suggest taking up gardening? Emily grew a potato in her backyard, and she's considering growing a second. On Chunch Chat, Martha truly delivers. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Nim Chimpsky, a chimpanzee that didn't learn sign language.
68 minutes | 8 months ago
The Mad Pooper
Hello babies! We hope all you babies and your families are healthy out there and making the best of your quarantine time! On Chunch Chat, we find out how to socially distance, Martha Stewart style! First step - get a vintage Aston Martin! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "The Mad Pooper," the nickname given to an unidentified woman in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States, who repeatedly defecated in public while jogging during the summer months of 2017.
56 minutes | 8 months ago
Long-Time Nuclear Waste Warning Messages
Hello babies! Please note this episode was recorded last weekend, some things have changed since then. Look at this episode as a fun short term time capsule! On this episode, we discuss our early and somewhat unsuccessful Coronavirus stockpiling, and Lisa and Emily endorse some products. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Long-time nuclear waste warning messages, which are are intended to deter human intrusion at nuclear waste repositories in the far future, within or above the order of magnitude of 10,000 years. Because we're not sure that "hey, don't touch this!" means in the future.
54 minutes | 9 months ago
El Gran Juego de la Oca
Hello babies! What is your favorite Girl Scout Cookie? Odds are, we haven't even tried it! On this week's episode, Lisa sees a tumbleweed and Emily is creeped out by purity balls, a particularly icky type of father daughter dance. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "El gran juego de la oca" (The Great Game of the Goose). Who is your favorite barber, Flequi or Rizotín?
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