Amazing fun with side effects of paranoia
5 years ago
Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. I listen to it while biking to work, while grocery shopping, while at work- it gives me a strange delusional feeling of having conversations with people without actually having to do so.
Pros: It’s really funny and allows me to turn off my brain and just be and relax and forget all my troubles. Like this morning when I flew off of my bike, it was super comforting to have Grace’s voice in my head talking about non-sense and allowing me to hold back my tears until I got off of the road and into a private space- too deep.
Cons: It has me living in a constant fear of shitting my pants. I did not know this was a thing. A few months ago my mom shared a story with me of her 50-60 year old friend shitting her pants: Meeting. Nervous. Bus. (to put it in Not Too Deep terms)
My response to this story: “WTF?! What’s wrong with her?” Because in my pre-Not Too Deep universe this was not a normal or common thing. Now having learned how common this is, I have since apologized and live in fear of when this will inevitably happen to me.
Also, I don’t know what you American’s are eating or what is wrong with your toilets, but why are they always flooding? I’ve never in my life needed to plunge a toilet and don’t even own a plunger. .. this is really no comment on the podcast just a general wonderment.
Thank you for making this super fun podcast :) I have no constructive criticism (besides perhaps looking into your crappy toilet/plumbing situation) just keep doing what you’re doing.