EPISODE 278 – you can’t look anywhere without seeing a celebrity wang


Apologies for our absence last week; normal service resumes today with Answer Me This! Episode 278:

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In which we discuss:

pissing with Clint Eastwood
Annie Hall
Action Man
Kinder Eggs vs the law
ginger ale vs ginger beer
romcoms vs heartbreak
fake tan
sexy scars
GI Joe’s thumb
the golden era of Richard Curtis
Peter Stringfellow’s Marmitey penis.

Today’s episode was sponsored by squarespace.com, who are not only offering you 10% off their wonderful website-building services if you use the code Answer11, but also the chance to win a free YEAR of the service if you send us a link to your Squarespacetacular website – if tweeting said link, deploy the hashtag #AMTsquarespace.

In this week’s Bit of Crap on the App (available for iDevices, Android and Windows) we wonder whether Peter Stringfellow is a nice (string)fellow. If you can confirm or deny, do let us know.

And, more importantly, do send us your QUESTIONS: leave voicemails on the Question Line (call 0208 123 5877 or Skype ID answermethis) and send emails to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com.

If like this week’s questioneer Maz you want to salve your broken heart with unlimited streaming of films and TV, get yourself a month’s free LoveFilm trial at answermethispodcast.com/LoveFilm. You can also block out some white noise by listening to Helen’s other podcast Sound Women, available here.

Our final demand: join us next Thursday, please,

Helen & Olly

AMT278 Child-Friendly Rating: 88%. Celebripissing chat and mention of Peter Stringfellow’s stringfellow, but low swearage and kid-appropriate topics such as Action Man, Kinder Surprise and soft drinks.


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3 Responses to “EPISODE 278 – you can’t look anywhere without seeing a celebrity wang”

  1. Robin Says:

    I would argue that 500 days of summer doesn’t meet the questioner’s desire for a lighthearted movie. It’s pretty glum.
    I would recommend, similar to what Olly said: animated movies (not the disney princess kind) especially Pixar etc. There’s often a romantic subplot, but it’s not the kind that makes you sad you’re them. They’re funny and always end happily. I’d recommend Ratatouille, Aladdin, Monster’s Inc, Brave, etc!

  2. Lisa Says:

    The film that popped immediately into my head for Maz is Lost In Translation. Not only do they not end up together, they don’t hook up either. It’s never spelled out whether their chemistry is romantic, platonic, or perhaps even vaguely filial/paternal, and that ambiguity is what makes it so refreshing. It is what it is for as long as it lasts, and it has value.

  3. doodleeveryday Says:

    Rom com’s:

    500 days of summer does not end with the main couple getting together. Also, it has the added bonus of being the best Rom com in general. Fact.

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