emma and jolie met and bonded over their ornery toddlers at a library story time and quickly developed a habit of sharing their random internet deep dives. over the years, they have shared their favorite podcasts and soon the idea of starting a podcast became a common point of conversation.
they have vastly different research styles, personalities, and quirks that make them a fun duo. there are no off-limit topics, no jokes too crass or weird, and they are comfortable enough with each other and themselves to be real…even when real is ugly.
love letters, hate mail, diary entries, ghost stories … we want it all.
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a trench coat
full of puppies
pretending to be
Emma is the kind of person who googles the type of sandwich she is eating. “Cottage cheese and tomato toast” is currently in her search history. Needless to say, she is a fantastic party guest. She finds joy in the little things, like when people zoom past her for “driving too slow” only to be stopped at the same light up ahead. Grocery shopping is in her top 10 favorite things to do. She’s usually spaced out, but when she isn’t you can find her binge watching 90 day fiancé, listening to children’s music long after her children have left the room or lusting over donuts.
peach haribo, burgers, arts and crafts, & funny typos.
when people write “just breath” trying to sound insightful but they actually sound stupid because it’s breathE, cream cheese in sushi
mom, ex-dancer, jack of all trades and master of none, lover of educational pursuits
jolie has had an obsessive approach to research since she was old enough to read. recently diagnosed with add, a learning disorder commonly thought to mean you couldn’t focus on anything, she learned that her hyperfocus on topics of interest is a dead-giveaway for the disorder. while she can’t pay attention to someone talking about things that bore her, she cannot step away from things that make her brain light up even if it means other necessities are neglected (who needs water, anyway).
sushi, all animals ever (even the ones that look scary or gross), children of all ages, and every artform.
disrespectful people, messes, both permissive and controlling parents, and self-absorption.