EPISODE 50 – filth falls from the sky


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Well zipadee doodah, zipadee day – Answer Me This! turns 50 today!

We can’t believe we’ve reached a half-century; imagine, if we’d taken up a more lucrative hobby 15 months ago, such as gold-panning or selling mint-condition Dinky cars on ebay, then… Actually, let’s not think about that after all, because we don’t want to cry on this special day. Marking this momentous occasion, such topics as:

blue ice
Durham Cathedral
the George Foreman Grill
plumbing, Italian-style
the Gherkin
French kissing
Body Shop Body Butter

Plus: Olly plays with his Special Button; Helen gets Turned; and Martin the Sound Man is the very personification of a sexy jester man. But you all knew that already.

Well, I’m sure we can all agree that the first fifty Answer Me This!es have been a veritable rollercoaster of fun, so if you want to be a part of the next fifty, send us a QUESTION by calling our Question Line on 0208 123 5877, Skypeing answermethis, or emailing answermethispodcast@googlemail.com. And eeh by Lordy, we’ll be a hundred before you even know it.


Helen and Olly

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2 Responses to “EPISODE 50 – filth falls from the sky”

  1. plumber romford Says:

    What would be a good college where I can major in creative writing?

  2. JC Says:

    Congratulations on your 50th show!

    RE. Mario, the Italian plumber: The story, which may be apocryphal, is that when Mr. Arakawa was setting up Nintendo of America they had this warehouse and when the time came to give Jumpman from Donkey Kong a name they were being hassled by their landlord, an Italian American named Mario. The plumbing angle is a mystery though.
    Not a funny answer, but at least it’s probably a bit accurate.

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