This week on a very special and Jonless episode of Secretly Timid, we replace our co-host with Juliet, a queer woman, and see if anyone notices. We talk about expectations in dating, give our takes on the blue ripple/wave, racist computer programs, and our slowly evolving historical institutions.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, after a brief detour into the mechanics of self inflicted stab wounds, we offer our take on the only piece of news that anyone is talking about right now. Yeah, sorry about that ya’ll :/
photo credit : Red Williamson
This week’s featured song is “(I’ve Still Got) Sand In My Shoes” by Calvin Johnson
On this week’s very special episode of Secretly Timid, Jon talks about the River Series and videos games, Megan discusses slaps and spitting in the face,and special guest Brian Harmless tolerates aforementioned subjects.
On this week’s very special episode of Secretly Timid, Chris and Megan talk trivia, lack of commitment to Sparkle Motion, history of gore on the internet, serial killer culture and alligators vs. joggers.
This week’s featured song is Never Surrender Forever by Juiceboxxx.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, Saraless, Otieno iterates why we need to stop giving the alt-right oxygen, Jon talks about how crazy (if at all) it is to steal a plane, and Megan convinces all of us that foot shaped potatoes are actually pretty impressive.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, Megan still hasn’t gotten any dick pics but only as a matter of semantics, Jon gets a cold sore from a CPR dummy, Otieno is apoplectic about intellectual dishonesty and Sarah counsels us all through it.
On this week’s special episode of Secretly Timid, Megan, Sarah, Otieno, and Jon discuss Michelle Wolf’s explosive set at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner and Rudy Giuliani’s recent talk show appearances.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid Sarah finds out she’s sapiosexual, Megan watches Get Out (again…sorta), Otieno gets snuggly, and Jon is gets a tattoo. We also get an assist via screenwriter Michael Varrati and film critic Alonso Duralde on LGBTQ survivors in horror films.
Here is a sampling:
Brides to Be
All About Evil
Oh, and we didn’t get a chance to talk about it but Michelle Wolf slayed. Fuck the haters.