One person’s idea of a good time is another person’s idea of torture. Some enjoy waiting in line at the airport, some like to be covered from head to toe in clothes pegs by a woman in a g-string and corset. Whatever floats your boat, right?
True stories rarely end with everything tied up in a neat little package. These are stories of people trying to fix their own personal plot holes.
There’s an elephant in the room. It’s lonely and terrified of the knowledge that one day it will die. Let’s talk about it.
For many of us, travelling is the way we unhook ourselves from our routine, when we feel like we need a break, or a fresh perspective. Usually, it’s just for a few weeks. This week we have two stories of people leaving their old life behind for good. One of them by choice, the other out of neccessity.
This episode is all about reading people—reading their mannerisms, picking up on social cues, trying to glean what a person is really like through observation. We have an expert in reading sexual energy and an artist undertaking an observational experiment which leads them to discover, for the first time, all the strange and unique behaviours of the people closest to them.
This week, stories about the ways we deal with loss. Whether it’s suddenly losing your hair, or the death of your beloved pet dog.