Feminine Hijinx has been quite the ride, and now we’re stepping away to move on to other projects. On this bittersweet episode, we say our farewells and answer goofball questions drawn from a Lil Yachty Reeses Puffs cereal box. In other words, you don’t want to miss this one. Love and other indoor sports, xoxo Angie and Susie
Popularized in the film, When Harry Met Sally, the term “high maintenance” has become part of our modern language. We discuss the meaning of the word, and examine its implications. Also featured on the episode: Suz finds the Clubhouse and Angie shares the details of her cat’s high kicks.
Nothing says motherly love like a raw-egg platter centerpiece or a meat doll. This week, we’ve unearthed some of the best-worst recipes that made the ’50s/’60s/’70s oh-so classy and gelatin-forward. Also featured on this episode: Susie breaks free and enjoys some pre-Covid goodness, and Angie’s excited about the prospect of actually hugging her daughter on her 25th birthday.
Guess what? Jennifer Aniston splashes her face *25 times* with ice water every morning. Plus, Orlando Bloom “eye-gazes,” and Gwyneth’s Goopy goo is, um, something else. This week, we dish about the good, the bad, and the just plain weird celebrity morning routines; we also share details about our own. Additionally featured on this episode: Susie found a cookbook whose recipes’ key ingredient is harvested from the human body … the male human body, that is; Angie finds cool stuff going with the flow on a mini vacay.
Even if you aren’t familiar with her (amazing) music, you’ve at least by now heard of the award-winning, mega-talented vocal artist, Billie Eilish. We watched The World’s a Little Blurry, and walked away with all the feelings. We unload those feelings on you this week, dear listeners. Also featured on this episode: Susie’s back in the Shadows and Angie gets cheesy.
As we continue work on our Little House book, we run across gems that simply must be shared. This week, we review Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated, by none other than the fabulous Alison Arngrim, the actress who played the prairie bitch herself, Nellie Oleson. We think you’ll love this funny, surprising, and revealing memoir as much as we did. Also featured on this episode: Susie wonders, “what’s next,” and Angie’s arm’s getting some action from Pfizer dose #2 this week.
Remember that drinking game, Never Have I Ever? This week we invite you to play along with us as we try the podcast (non-drinking, damn it) version. We cover skinny dipping, ignoring the five-second rule, fake IDs and more. Also covered on this episode: Susie’s making a Dexter-inspired birthday treat, and Angie’s excited about Homecoming.
Are there subjects you could stay up all night talking about? Have your friends and family begun to tune you out when you go on and on and on … and on about certain topics? This week, we reveal our top three “I could talk this to death” topics, and try to guess each other’s choices. Also featured on this episode: Susie prepares for the arrival of the “Shire Collection” and Angie has a mystery bruise (again).
Do you knock on wood? Pick up pennies? This week we share our own superstitions and Suz brings some wacky ones we’re pretty sure you’ve never heard. You may be inadvertently summoning evil spirits to the dinner table! Also on this episode, Susie fights fruit flies and Angie’s headed out of town for birthday shenanigans.
Do you have a tattoo? Is it anywhere interesting? This week, we share our differing opinions and experiences with the ol’ ink. Also featured on this episode: Susie’s baking a 100-year-old cake and Angie’s ready to shake her booty with disco lights.