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Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid
11 minutes | May 20, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: How to wear white
Memorial Day Weekend is fast approaching and it is time to break out your 'white' clothes for summer. Tune into Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid with Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick and see their tips on how to wear white. They will announce the "Douchebomb of the Week" winner and give their weekly psychic prediction starting at 3:30 pm PST. Â #memorialdayweekend Â #fashion Â #white Â Podcast Summary: 1. When you buy white pants, buy a size up. 2. When wearing white, you need to choose your undergarments wisely. Use a color that really blends in with your skin. Use clear straps for your bra like Clearly Gone, or a clear back which is coming out on the new Fitesse. 3. Get a tan. If you're the type of person who is really white, then white will look scary on you. 4. Practice good hygiene. When in the shower, scrub off dead skin with soap so they don't transfer on your white clothes and end up dirtying them, just like dirty collared shirts. 5. Use White Collar Grime and Garment Guards on your clothes to keep YOU off them. 6. Get your white clothes cleaned right away especially if there are stains in there as stains tend to darken over time. The Douche of the Week award goes to the guy at the Laguna beach who hit the window of a responding firetruck with a beer bottle. The Dick of the Week award goes to another guy at the Laguna beach who broke into the Marine Mammal Center and poured chlorine on the sea lion pool. Pyschic Sidekick prediction: I see something tropical adventure in someone's future. It might be for a week, 2 weeks or a month. Luck numbers are 43, 7 19, 15, 1, 5. Next week we will have a surprise special from Hawaii!
12 minutes | Apr 30, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Stupid Straps!
Warm weather is finally here, but showing your bra straps was sooo ten years ago when Sex and the City was still on the air. Tune into Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid with Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick while they share their tips and advice for dealing with bra straps. They will announce the “Douche of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction starting at 9:30 am PST. Â #podcast Â Â #bras Â Â #bra Â Â Â #fashiontips Â Â Â #fashionadvice Podcast Summary: 1. Bra straps are stupid when you see them, just like when you see an underwear (read: whale tail).Â Bra straps were “in” before during SJP Sex in the City days, but that is not the case now. 2. Exposed bra straps look sloppy and can ruin a whole new look, no matter how much put together you are. 3. How you dress will depend on how you want others to perceive you. You can either be sloppy and look unprofessional or look great. You can always Â look for solutions (or go to HonestKim because she invents solutions) for your exposed bra straps problem. 4. Tips to hide your bra straps: a. A temporary solution is have yourself or a friend tie your bra straps at the back together to form a razorback. One example is Strap Trap. b. Every girl should have a convertible bra. c. Clear bra straps like Clearly Gone are perfect for see through or lacy shirts. d. Shoulder Savers keep your bra straps where they need to be and prevent them from sliding off. 5. Douche of the Week is the guy who is acting overly flirtatious with a woman even if his girlfriend is right beside him. 6. Psychic Sidekick Prediction: Things are heating up and tension is high. You have opportunities to relax, take them. Be true to yourself, you only live once. Live life to the fullest. You probably might meet a D in the future, maybe next week. You’re gonna safely fly back to Denver. Lucky numbers are 41, 93, 28, 3, 8 and 1. Next week is a special Cinco De Mayo podcast.
13 minutes | Apr 23, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Natural Born Enemies: Your Onesie and The Toilet
Do you love jumpsuits but don’t wear them because you can’t deal with the drama? Taking off a onesie in the bathroom is tricky! Tune into Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid with Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick while they share their tips and advice for dealing with onesies, aka jumpsuits. They will announce the “Dick of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction starting at 10:00 am PST. Â #podcast Â #onesie Â #jumpsuit Â #fashiontips Â #fashionadvice Podcast Summary: 1. We have a guest “Cassandra NYC” and she will divulge all her onesie secrets! 2. Nomination for Dick of the Week is from Kim. This week’s winner of Trunk in my Junk is the rude man on the airplane who argues with his seatmate who happened to be anÂ older womanÂ for putting up her stuff beside his’ atÂ the overhead cabin. 3. Psychic predictions: There’s gonna be a big surprise tonight. The chances you’re going with that guy on an elephant – zero. 4. How to use the toilet while you’re wearing a onesie? First of all,Â your thigh should be in good shape. Consider going to a barre class. Next is you quickly “whip it”- which means take off your onesie one sleeve after the other and tuck it in your legs- while pulling it with both hands forward, so you don’t spill your urine on it while you squat on the toilet. Hold your garment in one hand while you reach for the toilet paper, carefully not letting any part of your naked body touch anywhere the toiled (because you don’t want to have germs on your body). And because you probably are already freezing, carefully but quickly put your clothes back on. Voila!
15 minutes | Apr 22, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Bra sizing and bra fitting - the good, the bad and the ugly
Your bra pokes you, it’s too tight, or rubs you the wrong way. Tune into Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick and the will share their tips and advice for dealing with bra sizing. They will announce the “Douche of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 9:00 am PST. Â Â #podcast Â #bra Â #boobs
15 minutes | Apr 8, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Hair, Pet Hair, & Lint- Can Others Really See It?
Your pets love you and they love transferring hair to your clothes. You see the hair on your clothes but do others? Tune into Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick and the will share their tips and advice for dealing with pet hair. They will announce the “Dick of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. Â #pets Â #pethair Â #podcast Â #hair
16 minutes | Apr 3, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: How To Deal With Other Peopleâ€™s Smell?
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT Sometimes you just need to escape from OPS (other people’s smell) whether created from poor hygiene, too much overindulging, or poor life choices. So tune into Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick and the will share their tips and advices for dealing with OPS. They will announce the “DoucheBomb of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. Â #smells Â #podcast Â #honestkim
18 minutes | Mar 4, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Help Your Sweaters Survive Sweat, Balls and Shrinkage
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick, tips for taking care of your sweater and avoiding the time suck & money waster of the dry cleaner. Â They will announce the ‘Dick of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. #podcast #sweaterweather Â Â #drycleaners Podcast Summary: Please don’t tell me (and my now dress-length favorite sweater) that sweater care is best left to the dry cleaner. Think it is easier? I beg to differ. Add up the time it takes to drop them off, wanting to wear them while they are gone, remembering to pick them up, forking over HOW MUCH? for them, filling up your bins and landfills with a sea of plastic and pathetic hangers, all to find something wrong 20% of the time versus taking 2 minutes of preventative care and 10 minutes of cleaning activity. Honestly, taking a little care of your own sweaters will help them take care of you all season long, and it is very easy. Avoid Sweat: Keep you off your sweaters by wearing an undershirt or placing underarm shields, likeÂ Garment Guard, in the pits to keep deodorant and sweat from getting onto the sweater in the first place. If you do get sweaty in your sweater, clean it as soon as possible instead of letting it sit. Also, choose wool over synthetics like nylon because wool is hard to get stinky, especially if you air it out after wear instead of cramming it into a dark drawer. Avoid Shrinkage & Stretching: I normally buy natural fiber-sweaters, whether cashmere, merino wool, or cotton, which means I can wash them myself- in cold to warm water. Washing them in hot water or accidentally throwing them in the dryer is a recipe for shrinkage, which can be a good thing when an overzealous dry cleaner stretches them out. I avoid this by keeping them separate from the rest of my laundry. To wash merino wool & cashmere, watch ourÂ step-by-step instructional video. UseÂ Soak WashÂ in a basin of water to passively soak them clean for 15 minutes. Never wring out the water, but roll each one in a clean towel and press to absorb the excess water (aka do the jelly roll). Then lay flat to dry to avoid stretching. I prefer to do it in a sink or basin instead of the gentle cycle in the machine so there is less pilling due to less friction. Get Rid of Balls: Generally, the fuzzier a sweater is at first, the more balls (or pilling or fuzz) you can expect. As you probably guessed, pilling happens with friction. Major culprits are heavy mouse use (forearm), bags and backpacks (hips), and extreme chair dancing. But de-pilling is quick and easy with simple devices likeÂ Sweater Comb. Spend about 2 minutes brushing your sweater with the mesh screen to pull off all the fuzz balls, resulting in a sweater that looks like new. Are you ready to take care of your sweaters? Do you have other tips people would like to know?Â Need the suppliesÂ mentioned above? Dick of the week winner: ungrateful people Weekly prediction: Each day this week, remind yourself of three things you are grateful for. Give a stranger a hug and pick up trash. Lucky numbers are 4174, 3, 1, 5, 28, and 75. How to care for your sweater video:Â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCbf0utqCzU Cashmere Care Kit:Â http://fashionfirstaid.com/cashmere-sweater-soak-clean.html
18 minutes | Feb 25, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: One Vegetarian In Support Of Wearing Fur
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick, with special guest Cassandra Kelly, discuss fur? To wear or not to wear; what is your opinion? Â They will announce the ‘DoucheBomb of the Week” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. #podcast Â #fur Read Honest Kim’s latest article: “One Vegetarian in Support of Wearing Fur”: http://honestkim.com/664/one-vegetarian-in-support-of-wearing-fur/ Podcast Summary: I fully support hypocrisy, that way Iâ€™m never wrong. But upon wearing a vintage fur coat into a ski lodge (after attending a fur-themed wedding) I was a surprised to receive so much stink eye from people eating burgers and chili. I donâ€™t get it. The coat was long dead with some (probably dead) womanâ€™s initials in it, so toasty warm, and absolutely beautiful. Have we been programmed to ditch reason and common sense when it comes to fur? This vegetarian thinks maybe it is time to rethink fur. Eating Animals vs. Wearing Animals Unless you are Lady Gaga, you realize the difference between what (some) people (and animals) eat for nourishment and what is left over. And whether you are on the â€œGod-Gave-Us-Dominion-Over-All-The-Animals-On-Earthâ€ team or the â€œWe-Are-Stewards-Of-The-Earthâ€ side, you have to logically agree that what is left over should be used: skin (leather), organs (medicine), and bone. My aprÃ©s-wedding, lodge-visiting, fur-wearing accomplice had on a vintage family sable coat. It was the most beautiful fur I had ever seen. I thought sable was sand, not an animal, so had to look it up. Since owls and raptors are the only ones eating sable for nourishment and excreting the fur as non-nutritious by-product, I wonder if humans can work out a deal with the aviary union representatives to (humanely) take the pelt and leave the meat for the owls and raptors. Circle of Life 2.0? Vegetarianâ€™s conclusion: Iâ€™m OK wearing the by-products of animals that were consumed for nourishment. Beauty vs. The Beast Are meat eaters against fur basing their choice on beauty as to which animals are acceptable to keep and kill: furry, cuddly animals should live and ruminants and weird-looking birds get to be eaten? How would Dove feel about this: what about the animalâ€™s inner beauty? Hypocrisy 101. Frankly, it is not acceptable to keep any animal, cuddly or cuddy, in filthy, overcrowded cages or pens. It seems like it would be bad for business if the â€œproductâ€ was getting sick and damaged, as well as a disgusting place (and vicinity) for humans to live and work. Arenâ€™t there any free-range, organic fur farms where the little sables get to run around, capturing and eating free-range organic mice and local non-sulfated berries, and then peacefully dying in their sleep? Vegetarianâ€™s conclusion: If organic, free-range farms are OK for meat-yielding animals, then organic, free-range fur farms should be OK, too. But, I donâ€™t think any exist. (Please prove me wrong.) Old vs. New Stored correctly, furs and leathers generally outlive their original purchaser. That leaves tons of fur passed down through generations and in second hand stores. What is more honorable or practical than wearing this? It is warm, beautiful, and already existing. It is not creating any additional demand for new fur. Thousands of younger and liberal-er bequeathees have vintage fur pieces stored in closets and attics, scared to wear them in public. Many of these pieces are falling apart because they are not stored correctly. What good is this doing anyone? Wear them, sell them, or store them correctly. And letâ€™s inform those who intentionally damage fur that they are hypocritical like those who bomb abortion clinics. Vegetarianâ€™s conclusion: If you got it, rock it! Honor the animal, and your grandmother, by wearing vintage fur and keeping warm or by giving it to someone who will, decreasing the need for new fur. We are all going to die. Frankly, I hope my own death will be able to nourish or benefit others. Please donâ€™t take this as permission to make leggings out of my skin when Iâ€™m dead, and know that Iâ€™m not going to make a jacket out of Schooner after heâ€™s gone, however practical it may be. But next time you see me wearing vintage fur, admire the beauty, know that Iâ€™m warm, and may it empower you to make your own conclusions about fur and reduce the stink eye.
15 minutes | Feb 20, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Talk Dirty Boots to Me
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT It is mid-February. Your boots are in sad shape. They have been ridden hard and put away wet, literally. They are dirty, dry, saggy, salted, and worn. But why put up with that? Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick will help you restore that 15-20% of your outfit to stylishness in just 3 minutes with Honest Kim’s dirty-sounding tips. Also, they will announce the ‘Dick of the Week,” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Â Tune in at 10:00am PST. Â #boots Â #tips Podcast Summary: Clean:Â Wipe down inside and out. Use a clean cloth dampened with some all-purpose cleaner for the inside. If stink exists, add or replace carbon stickers, likeÂ FlatLiners. For suede boots, use a dry sponge (likeÂ Skid Out) to brush the outside clean. For leather, use a leather cleaner (likeÂ Sole Glow) to clean and add moisture. Make sure to pick out any rocks from the soles, as these will damage floors as you walk. (100 seconds) Lube:Â Zipper maintenance. After having to replace a zipper on my favorite boots last season and ending up with one boot that is too small for my Popeye calf, I realized the importance of zipper care. There are a lot of zipper lubricants on the market, but I use a cheap unscented tea candle on my metal zippers or a drop of oil from the Sole Glow pack. Just make sure you don’t overdo application of product as too much could get on your boots and make them look worse. (24 seconds) Use Protection:Â Stop worn soles. Take a look at the soles and see if there is any visible wear. Some common places for wear are on the outer edge of the heel and under the ball of the foot. Keep the wear from getting worse and warranting an expensive and lengthy trip to the shoe repair by applyingÂ Heel SealsÂ to the worn tips and heels and a nonskid pad (we use Gripalicious) to the ball. (24 seconds) Get Erect:Â Saggy boots are like saggy boobs- unsexy. Give aging boots some support by stickingÂ Boot StaysÂ to the inside. Just peel and stick to the areas with the most wrinkles. If the inside of the boot will not allow adhesive to adhere, you might need to be creative or break out the duct tape. (30 seconds) All Night Long:Â Store boots correctly. Prevent boots from getting saggy and tired in the first place by storing them with something rigid inside, like rolled up magazines orÂ inflatable boot shapers, which are light and compact for travel. It takes almost none of your precious time and makes a huge difference in the long run. (2 seconds) Dick of the Week: It is sick season and everyone seems to be having issues shaking their cough or cold. The Dick of the week winner is germs and the mean germs that make us feel crummy. Prediction: Do something nice for someone and something big will happen this week but don’t take it lightly.
18 minutes | Feb 11, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: House Guests
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share 5 tips for creating a memorable stay for houseguests, while ensuring they leave on schedule. They will announce the ‘DoucheBomb of the Week,” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. #podcast Â #Houseguest Podcast Summary: 1) Every morning serve them in bed fresh coffee fromÂ Lizzy’s Fresh Coffee, but substitute the old coffee on the last day if they look like they might never leave. 2) Schedule lots of fun events like nordic lessons and wine tasting throughout the day without breaks so they have a lot of fun, but are ready to go home so they can relax. 3) Break out the good wine and keep refilling their glasses so that they enjoy, but need to depart to recover from their hangover. 4) Have only fresh fruit and vegetables and other very healthy food in the house, so they enjoy it for a spell but start craving a croissant after a few days. 5) Place plastic spiders in the bathroom and fake dog poo on the kitchen floor to keep them on their toes. That’s always good for a laugh and for their gratitude to be back in their own space, free of inane surprises. DoucheBomb of the Week: Kanye West, for storming the stage AGAIN during Beckâ€™s acceptance speech and his comments during an interview regarding Beckâ€™s win. #respect Prediction: A surprise was delayed but it will happen this week! Luck numbers 02, 25, 34, 45, 50 and 01. Play the Power Ball. You canâ€™t win if you donâ€™t play. Do something nice this week but donâ€™t tell anyone about it. Next Week: With a surprise guest, we will be chatting about winter boot maintenance. Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
19 minutes | Feb 6, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: 5 Ways To Help This Valentineâ€™s Day Not Suck
Show of hands here: who, over the age of 12, looks forward to Valentine’s Day? *crickets* I bet most adults think VD stands for Very Disappointing (or Venereal Disease, which is just as disappointing). So let’s change that! Let’s throw away all expectations and just make it fun, or obnoxious, or a time for gags- anything other than what it is. Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share five ways to help this Valentine’s Day Not Suck, along with our ‘DoucheBomb of the week’ winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
14 minutes | Jan 28, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: How to host the funniest Super Bowl Party
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share their tips and tricks to host the funniest Super Bowl Party that your friends will never forget, along with our ‘Dick of the Week’ winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00am PST. Podcast Summary: $1 bills for the pool so you can make it rain each quarter, wasabi instead of guacamole on that one chip (like Grandma Leone did with garlic in the cannoli), Hilary Duff halftime chicken fights and gassy food fart off with Subtle Butt prizes.
18 minutes | Jan 7, 2015
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Things youâ€™ll need while you shed the holiday weight
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share their tips and tricks for shedding the holiday weight, along with our ‘DoucheBomb of the Week’ winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 9:30 am PST. Podcast Summary: 1. Brah! Extender. Don’t toss your bra but it is a little too tight. Buy a Brah! Extender and use it so you have some bra breathing room. When you get back to your normal weight, you loose the extender. 2. Button Extender. It’s too expensive to buy new pants when you are getting tight around the waist. Give yourself some more room in your pants with a Button Extender. It give you the necessary room so you can keep wearing your pants. 3. Tips for losing weight: a. Eat open faced sandwiches! Cut calories by only eating one slice of bread instead of two. b. Drink two glasses of water before every meal. c. If you are sitting all day at work, set a clock to get up every two hours and walk for 10 minutes. 4. There is no ‘DoucheBomb of the Week’ or ‘Dick of the Week.’ With the new year, once a month we want to have a winner that did something positive to impact people lives and make a difference. We don’t have a name for it yet but this week’s winner is Stuart Scott. A wonderful man! 5. Weekly prediction: This week we are telling the future of Cody Reed. Hard work and pulling ropes are in her future. She will see snow soon and be cold. Her lack of music talent will change in 2015 and take up a musical instrument of some kind. Her lucky numbers are 06, 01, 15, 30, 36 and 22. Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
17 minutes | Dec 31, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: New Yearâ€™s Resolutions
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share their tips and tricks for New Year’s Resolutions. Let’s be successful in 2015! We will be announcing our new ‘DoucheBomb of the week,’ along with our ‘Dick of the Week’ winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. Podcast Summary: 1. Most common New Year’s Resolutions: a. Lose weight b. Be kind c. Experience new cultures d. I will grow spiritually 2. Setting up yourself for resolution success: a. Create goals and objectives so you have a map to follow while obtaining your overall goal. b. Create goals that are attainable. c. Be motivated. d. You will screw up but make sure you bounce back and recover. No one is perfect. 3. Honest Kim’s resolutions: give up dairy and alcohol. 4. Annie the Psychic Sidekick resolution: walk every day and volunteer. 5. Dick of the Week: Obama for forcing a couple to move their wedding because he wanted to play golf. https://gma.yahoo.com/obama-declines-newlyweds-invitation-open-bar-wedding-reception-144835325–abc-news-topstories.html 6. Weekly Prediction: Your ora is grey but with the new year you have an opportunity to lighten it up to pink with a few new practices. Eat healthier, do something selfless once a week and try something new. Lucky numbers are 15, 1515, 2015, 12, 30, 1, and 5. 7. Next week on Taboo Topic: A few things you need to do to ditch the holiday pounds Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
15 minutes | Dec 25, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Receiving Gifts
We have all received gifts we never asked for. Today Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick share their tips and tricks for receiving gifts and re-gifting gifts you don’t feel like keeping. They will also announce theirÂ ‘Dick of the Week” winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 8:00 am PST. Podcast Summary: 1. Receiving Gifts a. Honest Kim’s etiquette: Be gracious and thankful but be honest. You don’t want to be recieving a gift year after year that you don’t want. b. Emily Post’s etiquette for receiving gifts: When giving and receiving gifts, it is most important to remember that the spirit of the gift is more important than the gift itself. That is not to say that any old thing will do as long as you give it with a smile, simply that the feeling behind will be received as much if not more than the thing itself. There is an etiquette involved in choosing, presenting, and respectfully acknowledging gifts. 2. a. Re-gift a gift openly. Better to know if found a good home instead of ending up in the Rubbish bin. b. Emily Post’s etiquette for re-gifting: Not really. It’s a symptom of the surplus of “stuff” many people find themselves with, and their desire to be practical and give away things they know they will never use. Still, gifts should be recycled only rarely, and only under the following circumstances: You’re certain that the gift is something the recipient would really like to receive. The gift is brand new (no cast-offs allowed) and comes with its original box and instructions. The gift isn’t one that the original giver took great care to select or make. 3. Dick of the Week award: High maintenance renters that just need to google their questions instead of wasting people’s time. Did you try the batteries??? Here is a funny prankster video: http://gawker.com/douchebag-dad-pretends-to-fling-toddler-son-off-balcony-1666085801 3.A – DoucheBomb of the week, jerk that parked his car in idol and fumed out the Fashion First Aid Warehouse. 4. Prediction: It is a time for forgiveness and enjoying family and friends time. Get outside and enjoy the fresh air and try something new. Lucky numbers: 12, 25, 2014 and 160. 5. Next Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: New Years Resolutions. Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
20 minutes | Dec 17, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Getting Ready for Holiday Parties
Honest Kim, Annie the Psychic Sidekick, and special guest Rayne Hagstrom, author of the ‘Ultimate Guide to Style: From Drab to Fab, will help you get ready for your holiday parties. Whether it is an ugly Christmas sweater party or a winter soiree, you will be ready. Also, they will announce the ‘Dick of the Week,” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Â Tune in at 10:00am PST. #podcast #fashion #holidayseason Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
13 minutes | Dec 10, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Holiday Gag Gifts
Honest Kim loves to give gag gifts during the holidays. Why you ask, because it is fun! Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick discuss their favorite gag gifts, they will announce the ‘Dick of the Week’, winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 12:00pm PST.Â #podcastÂ Â Â #holidayseasonÂ Â Â #gaggifts Podcast Summary: 1. Kim’s Favorite Gag Gifts: She collects gifts all year. Whether it is an oversized stuffed animal re-gifted, full of fat yogurt from the grocery store, bacon bandaids from Amazon and more. 2. Annie’s Favorite Gag Gifts: a. Big Mouth Toilet Monster, http://www.amazon.com/Big-Mouth-Toys-Toilet-Monster/dp/B000OUV5XM/?tag=dodogag-20 b. Awkward Family Photos, http://www.amazon.com/Awkward-Family-Photos-Mike-Bender/dp/0307592294/?tag=dodogag-20 c. Zombie Survival Guide, http://www.amazon.com/The-Zombie-Survival-Guide-Protection/dp/1400049628/?tag=dodogag-20 d. Emergency Clown Nose, http://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Clown-Nose/dp/B004EJYBLM/?tag=dodogag-20 3. Dick of the Week winner is : Kim Jon-Un for releasing the private information of Sony Employees. 2nd place, woman from Canada with the worlds worst parking job https://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/the-worst-parking-job-in-north-america-caught-by-police–youtube-162937532.html. 4. Prediction: It’s all about the kids this weekend. Have fun, they will bring on the Christmas cheer to level 11. Your football picks are not going to go well but remember, it is only a game. Your lucky numbers are 12, 10, 2014, 22, 36 and 0. 5. Next week on Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid, we are discussing holiday parties and the must haves. We will be joined with special guest, Rayne Hagstrom, stylist and book author of the ‘Ultimate Guide to Style: From Drab to Fab!’
12 minutes | Dec 2, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Online Shopping: Buyerâ€™s Remorse
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick are overwhelmed with so many good online deal this week. They will help you navigate shopping online, Â reveal this week’s winner for ‘Dick of the Week” and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. Podcast Summary: 1. What to buy versus not to buy. Unless you need it, don’t buy it. 2. Where are the best deals? Appliances and gadgets. 3. Dick of the Week Winner: The man who stole a BMW in Van Nuys and then was stopped by the truck driver Lou. http://perezhilton.com/2014-12-01-chase-suspect-flee-stolen-car-stopped-pickup-truck 4. Prediction: It is going to get cold outside and people will be short with you. Rise above it and only speak if you have something nice to say. Something amazing will happen to you Saturday and do 30 minutes of exercise every day until Monday. Lucky numbers are 33, 12, 2, 81, and 1. 5. Next week’s Taboo Topics is on gag gifts. Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid Podcast Tuesdays at 10AM PT
14 minutes | Nov 19, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: Un-shoeing at someoneâ€™s house
Honest Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick discuss un-shoeing at someone’s house. What is your policy? They will announce the ‘Dick of the Week,” winner and give their weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 10:00 am PST. #podcast Â #Shoes Podcast Summary: 1. Wearing shoes inside the house 2. Do you require your guests to take off their shoes? 3. Should guests ask hostesses if they should take off their shoes? 4. Countries that don’t wear shoes inside: Japan, Sweden, and China. 5. Solutions for stinky shoes: Flatliners. Dick of the Week: People that bring shitty things to potlucks. Prediction: Bite your tongue for the better good of everyone. An opportunity to bond is coming your way, have fun, drink and relax. You’ll probably be sharing a bed with a snorer this weekend. Your lucky numbers are 9, 27, 83, 54, 141, 5, 73 and 5242.
12 minutes | Nov 5, 2014
Taboo Topics by Fashion First Aid: China & its weird obsession with fashion
Honest Kim is live in China! Kim and Annie the Psychic Sidekick discuss China’s obsession with fashion, along with our ‘Dick of the Week” winner and our weekly psychic prediction. Tune in at 8:00 am PST. Podcast Summary: 1. China loves fashion but they are still going through the puberty stage of sorting out what works and doesn’t work. When I look at women in China, I see lots of fashion don’ts and mismatched fashion. But we are confident the learning curve for China will be fast like all things. 2. Dick of the Week: Election officials’ prerecorded messages. We know you want our vote! 3. Weekly Prediction. Carpe Diem! You will cross paths with a Stripper Bar. The question is to go in or not? I will let you make that choice, but one option is a better choice. Help someone each day and the ripple will cause a positive effect. Play the lottery but someone in New York will win the Jackpot. 4. Next week we will be discussing Holiday shopping.
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