This episode, Stephanie and special guest SaraG drink and talk about Nu’est. Okay. After editing, Stephanie realized though most of the podcast it was just her who was still actively drinking. It happened. What else happened? They finally do the greatly anticipated (by them) podcast where they talk bout the inception, rise, fall, and rise again of Nu’est. We also attempt to talk about the importance of multifandom, but turns out? That part is being broken off for its own episode.
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Song of the Day
Nu’est – I’m In Trouble
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NONE! Read the synposis, this is not that sort of show. 😀
Lie! KBob Star
Not a single other person.
That’s another lie, I just remember we talked about Victon
Stephanie should apologize for the following:
- Listeners. She might have been a little tipsier than she’d anticipated.
- Lovers of Gin.
- Lovers of Oreos.
- Lovers of the group she no longer loves…if you figure out who it is.
- Listeners… she’s sorry for the sheer number of times she says “It hurt my heart”
I was sore and sweaty after finishing up an AllBlanc TV video (yeah – those more advanced ones are indeed harder!) when I pulled up this last ep. – 245 Tipsy with Sara G. – and listened to it while showering and dressing. As I’ve said before on the Tipsy Tweets with Steph entry, these are a joy to read and listen to. I miss my drinking girlfriends (Mr. Daisy likes to talk about history podcasts when he drinks) and these deep dives with drinks are both interesting and entertaining. Drink lots of water, sweat a little and pick a drink that we can all enjoy for the next School night. Nu’est is so involved that I’d like to hear more about individual songs and albums someday.
YAY I’m glad you like it. Even editing I was thinking there was so much we could have said… guess that’s what happens when you love a group so much. We’re def going to be doing more of these in the future. I’m glad we’re in a place where we can actually get together and do this (from opposite ends of the outside picnic table). Zoom chats are good in a pinch but there’s nothing quite like almost contact.