Be part of our world as we dedicate an entire episode to Emily’s love of Disney theme parks, Elisha’s mini-Elsa and Amelia’s way-too-pragmatic thoughts on the romantic choices of Disney’s heroines.

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  1. Online Park Member
    Online Park
    @OnlinePark

    Not sure to tell you this or not but I am almost 70 and I love your podcasts. I feel like it keeps me in touch with Millenials, which my two kids are (although they are on the older end). I often quote something from your podcast to my daughter who says, “Mom, how do you know that?” I also have grand kids, 3 girls and one baby boy. My daughter hates to have anything Disney, or other commercialized products in the house although her 4 year old has a generic princess dress and knows all about Elsa and Anna.

    Keep up the good work. I laugh a lot during your conversations.

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  2. Amelia Hamilton Contributor
    Amelia Hamilton
    @AmeliaHamilton

    Online Park (View Comment):
    Not sure to tell you this or not but I am almost 70 and I love your podcasts. I feel like it keeps me in touch with Millenials, which my two kids are (although they are on the older end). I often quote something from your podcast to my daughter who says, “Mom, how do you know that?” I also have grand kids, 3 girls and one baby boy. My daughter hates to have anything Disney, or other commercialized products in the house although her 4 year old has a generic princess dress and knows all about Elsa and Anna.

    Keep up the good work. I laugh a lot during your conversations.

    Aww, I’m so glad to hear that!

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  3. Publius Inactive
    Publius
    @Publius

    Are middle-aged fat guys allowed to like this podcast also and not have it be creepy? Yes? Please say yes.

    For reasons I can’t fully understand, I just adore this podcast. Maybe it’s because I learn about so many things that I didn’t have any earthly clue about (KonMari) or maybe because I secretly take pleasure in surprising the women in my life when I can speak intelligently about pressing issues of the day such as whether it’s worth slogging through the LuLaRoe purchase process to find one of the few items that you like.

    Does this mean that deep down inside I have the soul of a millennial woman? Maybe I just need a break from all of the political podcasts that I listen to and just enjoy a bunch of smart women talking about sort of silly things. Yes. Let’s go with that. Much. Less. Creepy.

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  4. Jerome Danner Inactive
    Jerome Danner
    @JeromeDanner

    Publius (View Comment):
    Are middle-aged fat guys allowed to like this podcast also and not have it be creepy? Yes? Please say yes.

    For reasons I can’t fully understand, I just adore this podcast. Maybe it’s because I learn about so many things that I didn’t have any earthly clue about (KonMari) or maybe because I secretly take pleasure in surprising the women in my life when I can speak intelligently about pressing issues of the day such as whether it’s worth slogging through the LuLaRoe purchase process to find one of the few items that you like.

    Does this mean that deep down inside I have the soul of a millennial woman? Maybe I just need a break from all of the political podcasts that I listen to and just enjoy a bunch of smart women talking about sort of silly things. Yes. Let’s go with that. Much. Less. Creepy.

    Well, I am a younger fat guy (at 31 years old) and I actually enjoyed it too. It may be because they are laughing and having a wonderful conversation on something that doesn’t matter a whole lot or the fact that I have a 6-month-old son whose mother believes that we should take him to Disney one day.

    Keep it up, ladies!

    P.S. I hope to get these ladies on my own podcast in the future b/c I love thoughtful conversation on politics, culture, religion, etc.

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