Jamie introduces an updated and renovated iteration of the old Idiom Savant classic, idiOMG. We don’t want to give too much away but it’s definitely funny auto focus.
Dirt poor critters, furry yachts, or beasts of Scandinavian gods? Grab an umbrella and join us as we discuss the origin of the expression “raining cats and dogs.”
We attempt yet another idiom game. This one revolves around expressions from other countries and languages and by the end of the episode it becomes abundantly clear that we slid in on a shrimp sandwich.
A frigid maiden, an unwelcome visitor, or a curt countess? Join us as we explore the etymology of the expression “cold shoulder.”
Jamie tries out a new acronym based idiom game (ABIG) that Producer Shadi does his best to ruin. Download ASAP and prepare to LOL.
A dramatic assassin, a kneeling thespian, or an overworked rustler? Join us as we explore the etymology of the expression “break a leg.”
This episode is a dead ringer for a funny, educational, and interesting podcast. It contains none of those positive attributes but it sure looks like it would.
If you are abstaining from listening to podcasts this episode would be a good time to fall off the wagon.
Is the title of our inaugural episode a reference to the idiom that we actually discuss, or simply a red herring?