This week, Amy and Bonnie discuss being too fat to donate blood, being too irritated to continue FB friendships during election season, and being too stupid when it comes to scheduling time with family. Also, we learn that Bonnie's angry toddler voice is a sexual turn-on for some whackos.
In this episode, Amy and Bonnie give their views on a number of California ballot measures (death penalty, marijuana legalization, and condoms for porn stars) and discuss what their personas would be if they were professional wrestlers. What'chya gonna do, listeners, when the Mad Cunts run wild on you?
In this episode, Bonnie and Amy talk about professional dry humping, overzealous sports parents and extreme DIYing (think roofing and nipple piercing). We also attempt to normalize cunts for a bashful listener.
In this episode, your splendid hosts talk about crunchy granola Prius douches (like Bonnie), BuJo fetishists (like Amy), mammograms and more. We also list opinions we don't care to read on Facebook unless they're our opinions.
In this episode, Bonnie and Amy discuss fetishes, recount painful makeup tutorials, and fondly remember a different kind of parking lot shooting (bang bang).
This week, Bonnie and Amy answer a narcissist's questions about women who refuse to poop in public restrooms, discuss dealing with shitty parkers, address the moral dilemma in pitting fashion against bigotry, and shame a body-shamer.
In this episode, Amy and Bonnie discuss dress shopping on a financial budget (Bonnie) and on a mental budget (Amy); Amy's run-in with shame and injustice at Back to School Night; what discussion points are appropriate when talking about rape so that you don't perpetuate rape culture; and figuring out if someone has body dysmorphia or is just an attention-whore.
Bonald Hump and Amy discuss that crazy psycho who harassed Amy on Instagram, the time Bonnie recorded an entire episode with her mic on mute, people who don't get the motherfucking hint, the current epi pen debacle, and imagining Bonnie as a Catholic school PTA mom.
In this episode, Bonnie and Amy discuss their personal experiences with social awkwardness and anxiety (people = horrifying), the Whopperito (burrito + burger = horrifying), the Olympics (clavicle and leg breaks = horrifying), and sending our kids back to school (one more day of summer vacation = horrifying). We also plug the cool things our friends do (Lala + Bubs Wooden Creations and Smart Wrestling Fan = not horrifying). Give us a listen.
Bonnie and Amy discuss low self-esteem, dickheads who body-shame, and dickheads who bring little kids to R-rated movies, and give unsolicited marriage advice to newly-engaged fan, Kris Z., who is, in fact, not a dickhead.