A podcast where two roommates ask each other about all the things we should know about - but don't. You Know What I've Been Wondering? is a comedy, history, and culture podcast answering the questions you've always wanted to ask. What are the actual origins of astrology? Why is Kombucha so popular? Who are the Bird Truthers? You ask, we answer. This is the opposite of mansplaining.
To be the person that inspired Dracula is a big legacy... does Vlad measure up? This week, Jane tells the story of Vlad the Impaler, a very metal medieval ruler. Sarah shares the little evidence that can prove ghosts exist, and importantly, how to know if you're being tricked!
Secret societies give me a fright! This week, Jane shares the history of haunted houses and Sarah explains who the real Illuminati were. Are Beyonce, Al Roker, and Eminem clones? We'll leave that up to you!
How do we know H.P. Lovecraft was racist? He told us! This week, Jane talks about Lovecraft's legacy. Sarah talks about the biggest drinking party in the world, Oktoberfest. Less than one month until the US Election! Are you registered? Have you learned a bit about your local candidates?
Freedom of speech is really important! This week, Jane discusses the challenges facing journalists in Hong Kong. Sarah explains what the 1619 Project is and why it makes Trump upset. Plus, who is Reference Man?
We SLEIGH all day! This week, Jane tells the true story of the Jamaican Bobsled Team behind the 1993 classic film, Cool Runnings. Sarah explains the Amish tradition of Rumspringa. We also discuss the heatwaves and fires in California. To all our listeners in CA, make safe choices!
It's our 75th episode! We have two surprise topics for you this week. First, Jane talks about the Free Britney movement (yes, as in Britney Spears). Sarah covers the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. If you have any information, please visit findmadeleine.com.
We're bugging out over here! This week, Jane talks about the invasive lantern flies - if you live in PA, prepare yourself. Sarah shares the story of Sally Hemings. Also, let's discuss why ACAB. Help charge the cops who shot Jacob Blake by signing this petition https://www.change.org/p/tony-evers-charge-the-cops-who-shot-jacob-blake and donate directly to the family here https://www.gofundme.com/f/justiceforjacobblake.
Jane has returned! This week we finally present to you two controversial topics: stem cell research and the mysterious death of Natalie Wood. As Jane explains, stem cell research is causing some tension with the pro-lifers. Sarah shares the story of Natalie Wood's tragic and highly suspicious death in 1981.
Please donate to help the citizens of Beirut at the following organizations: http://www.redcross.org.lb/index.aspx?pageid=907, https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/lebanon-relief?utm_term=re7R78DA2, https://donate.humanity-inclusion.org.uk/give/beirut-explosion/, or do a quick Google and pick an organization for yourself.
A special episode this week! Jane could unfortunately not join us for our scheduled topics, so Sarah takes some time to explain what's going on in Lebanon. She is joined by our friend Taylor! We'll be back next week with Stem Cells & Natalie Wood.
To provide assistance to the 79 million displaced people around the world, please go to help.rescue.org/donate. This week we bring you a truly odd pairing. While the beginning of this episode is light-hearted and fun, and includes a birthday celebration for our host Jane, we hope all of you stay to hear what refugees are facing in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. This week, Jane explains the origins of 5 Minute Crafts. Sarah made a "Finish the Lyric" quiz for Jane's birthday featuring One Direction's strangest lyrics and we hope you play along! Sarah dives into the experience of refugees during a global pandemic.
Dedicated in loving memory of John Lewis, may he Rest in Power. This week, Jane explains the goal of the Freedom Riders and their historic movement during the Civil Rights Era of the 1960s. Sarah also exposes the monopoly driving up the price of eyewear. Plus, what's that cube in front of the sun everyone is talking about?
There's nothing like some maritime drama to spice up your day. This week, Jane tells the story of the HMS Bounty and the mutiny that made it famous. Sarah explains the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment and its legal implications today.
Welcome back to You Know What I've Been Wondering? This week, we get a little more serious. Jane explains how the US came to drop two atomic bombs on Japan. Then, Sarah shares the history of the relationship between religion and healthcare. Remember to keep thanking essential workers! We also have a bonus good news section.
We know you waited for it, and now it's here - the digital release of Hamilton! Well, you know we love to ruin things people like. This week, Jane talks about the popular personality test Myers-Briggs. Sarah gives a short interlude featuring headlines from https://watchingamerica.com/ (check it out, Americans!) and then closes us out with a real look at Alexander Hamilton, the not-so-radical Founding Father. It is okay to find Hamilton entertaining and fun while acknowledging that our Founding Fathers were racist elitists!
What's a more legitimate organized criminal enterprise - the Yakuza or the NRA? We'll let you decide! This week, Jane shares the innocent beginnings of the NRA to their transformation to a Super PAC. Sarah explains who the Yakuza are and what they do on the other side of the Pacific. Plus, we discuss a treasure hunt!
This week, we break down two systems: toxic masculinity and Southern Confederate pride. Jane explains "Incels" and their twisted logic. Sarah shares the history of the Confederate government, and why their statues are completely unnecessary. We continue to encourage our listeners to check out blacklivesmatter.com for resources. This pride month, we also want to encourage you to donate to organizations like The Okra Project, The Marsha P Johnson Institute, or any other organization helping black trans women.
As we continue to fight for the safety and wellbeing of black people in America, we want the topics we're educating ourselves on each week to reflect the world around us. This week, Jane talks about the real, vital history of the Black Panther movement in America. For a quick archaeology break, Sarah covers the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD.
In an effort to take a definitive stance against police brutality and to show our solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, this week we are joining other podcasts in putting ourselves on mute. We encourage our listeners to instead tune into black voices and take the hour you would’ve spent listening to our show to educate yourself on the violence towards black bodies going on in this country.
To all our listeners out there, take a moment to check-in with yourself. These past few days millions of Americans have been at work to say loudly and clearly Black Lives Matter and push for effective change in our system that oppresses Black and Brown bodies. Thank you everyone who has donated to mutual aid funds, protested, called legislators, and signed petitions. Keep on doing the work and when you need a break, we're here for you. Go to https://blacklivesmatter.com/ for resources and ways to actively engage with this movement.
Part two of the double feature! Tired of all that STEM talk? Let's chat arts & humanities. This week, Jane explains the history of K-Pop and their dreamy Idols. Sarah tells the history of romance novels and why they're significant, not just silly reads for girls!
We have a special this week - it's two for one! Due to some strange technical difficulties, we did not release an episode last week. But we're back with a double feature! Part one of this feature includes the history and invention of photography, as told by Jane. Then Sarah shares some exciting inventions in the near future!
In honor of Sarah's Polish ancestry, it's time to tear apart the political choices of past Polish leaders. Jane shares the short and fascinating history of vegan, then it's time for Sarah to get into the nitty-frustrating-gritty of Polish history. If you think America has problems, this might give you some perspective on that.
Do you know what an Irish Stalemate is? Well, you will now! This week, Jane explains how movies got their ratings and Sarah explains how the Mongols got all that land. As a bonus, we also discuss the line of succession if Kim Jong-un dies. Thank you for listening each week and being a part of our quarantine! Stay safe out there.
We all need a hero to stop COVID-19 right about now (maybe Dr. Fauci has some hidden powers?) This week, Jane explains the origins of superheroes and Sarah shares the history of the most deadly pandemic in modern history, 1918. Don't worry, we learned our lesson - sort of.
It's time to make a ruling: is chivalry dead? This week, Jane shares everything you need to know about stained glass. Sarah explains what chivalry really is and whether or not it is dead. As an added belated 4/20 bonus, we added some facts about marijuana legalization!
What's scarier - the thought of being watched or being 5.5 miles above sea level? We're not sure! This week, Jane explains how facial recognition works, and just how many people have access to a scan of your face. Sarah explains what it takes to climb Mount Everest. The odds are certainly against us!
Losing track of the days? It's Wednesday! I know, we're surprised too. This week, Jane explains the Denver Airport Conspiracy. Could there really be a New World Order? Sarah tells the story of the Mona Lisa's infamous theft and just for some added fun, there are brain teasers!
There's nothing like some wine talk to take your mind off of things! This week, Jane explains how rosé is made (because, if you're anything like us, wine is helping you through this mess.) Sarah shares the history of one of New York's most fascinating establishments, the Bellevue Hospital. A special thank you to all the healthcare workers and employees for other essential services: you are incredible and we love you.
Stuck inside? It's the perfect time to learn something new! While everyone around the world is struggling to stay calm, we are here to tell you about things you probably didn't know anything about. This week, Jane explains Maritime Law, and what will happen if you commit a crime on a boat. Sarah shares the history of soap (which we should all be using frequently!) and the merits of soap vs. hand sanitizer. Have a safe week, everyone. Protect the people around you by staying indoors!
Well, folks, it happened - schools are closed and we're staying inside! Which means it's the perfect time to catch up on all the episodes of You Know What I've Been Wondering? This week, Jane explains the science behind hair dye. With all this free time on our hands, who knows what our hair color will be at the end of this! Sarah explains handedness (or hand dominance) and why we need it. As always, please make safe and healthy choices not only for yourself, but for the people around you. Wash your hands and practice social distancing. We will be back with new episodes for the duration of this crisis!
This may be our last post not in quarantine, so enjoy the sounds of freedom in our voice while we stockpile for the end of times. This week, Jane shares the original legend of Hua Mulan and Sarah explains how pets became domesticated. Everyone please stay safe, wash your hands, and don't be a jerk!
We're thrilled to be celebrating 50 episodes this week! Thank you everyone for helping us reach this milestone. This week we present topics of our choosing. In honor of the 5 year anniversary of The Dress, Jane explains color constancy and other tricks our eyes pull on us. Sarah takes this time to discuss an important medieval figure, Catherine de' Medici.
You never knew there is so much to say about rocks, until now! This week, we discuss two very important, and controversial, rock structures. Jane explains some theories behind the existence of Stonehenge and Sarah tells the complicated political history of Mount Rushmore.
Happy Presidents' Week! In honor of (most of) our presidents, this week Jane tells us about some little-known Commanders-in-Chief. As a follow up to last week's Academy Awards, Sarah explains the history and significance behind the most-watched award show!
No, not those goths. This week, Jane explains the historical relevance of The Goths - you know, the ones that harassed the Romans? Then, Sarah explains why Vine had to die and the incredible rise of TikTok. Plus, a bonus game in the middle where you can play along!
The big day is almost here: February 2nd. In addition to the all-important Groundhog Day, this year's Superbowl will also take place on Sunday. So get your helmets on and your headphones in: we're gonna make sure you're prepared! This week, Jane explains where American Football came from and Sarah explains why we trust a Groundhog with weather decisions.
This episode was recorded on Sunday, January 26th and in the midst of recording, Sarah received a notification that basketball legend Kobe Bryant died. Our reactions in the episode are the real thing, not re-enacted for dramatic effect, and at the time we were unaware of the total number of lives lost in the helicopter crash and who they were. We send our love to Kobe and Gianna Bryant's family, and to all the other families affected by this tragedy.
You know what we just love? The tools men use to manipulate women. JUST KIDDING! But for real, feminists: prepare to be angry. This week, Jane tells us about the history of lipstick. Spoiler alert: there's way more poisoning than expected. Then, Sarah digs into sexism in the advertising industry in the past and present. We love being women, but we don't love what the consumer industry is doing to us. If you like what you're hearing, don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes!
Welcome to Shark Tank! Did you know most things weren't invented until we needed them? This week, another conspiracy surrounding the death of a famous person: only this time it's Norma Jean herself. Trigger warnings for suicide. Sarah fails to find things invented as a result of crimes but invites you to play along with her new game "Name That Murderer!"
Happy New Year! New year, new episodes of You Know What I’ve Been Wondering? This week, we’re starting the decade off with lots of fun, including a special guest! We are joined by friend and comedian Aran who covers a topic very dear to his heart, memes! But don’t worry, Jane still explains Y2K and Sarah speculates wildly on the mysterious death of Princess Diana. Happy 2020!
The final episode of the decade has arrived! This week, Jane explains Kwanza and corrects some common misconceptions about the celebration. Sarah continues her decade summary. We want to wish all of our listeners a happy holiday season, and a Happy New Year!
It's getting colder out there, so why not venture to the coldest place in the world? This week, Jane shares some information about the mysterious 7th continent, Antartica. Then, Sarah starts the first half of the decade wrap-up. What were your favorite media releases this decade? The decade summary will continue next week! Plus, have some fun and play along with our Christmas movie quote quiz. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
You made it through Giving Tuesday, so it's time for YKWIBW Wednesday. Welcome back! Now stuffed with food, we're ready to get back to explaining things. This week, Jane teaches us about the science behind dreams and Sarah explains how Hallmark Christmas movies got to be so popular. Curl up with a blanket and hot chocolate, and get ready for some easy listening with this short episode this week! And afterword, you can watch some Hallmark channel. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Think the Earth is round? Then you may have been brainwashed by NASA! This week, Jane and Sarah jump head first into science and disappointing humans. Going back to our conspiracy days, Jane explains the beliefs of the flat earthers. Sarah recaps what happened with the Keystone Pipeline and what's happening now. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Remember, remember... the 15th of November? This week, Jane explains the history behind the largest protest in US history (celebrating its 50 anniversary this week!) and we get into a short discussion on sneezes. Then, Sarah tells us why we remember the 5th of November. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Happy November! Are you abstaining from shaving this month? Do you know why? Also, if you're looking for a Thanksgiving dinner discussion, make sure you remember to ask if your ancestors might have secretly been in the lost colony of Roanoke. This week, Jane tells us about why the story of Roanoke has developed some racist connotations and Sarah explains how Movember/No-Shave November came to be. It's a short episode, so there's no reason to miss it! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Happy All Hallow's Eve Eve! We're thrilled to present our last episode in the spooky season. This week, Jane tells us about some intense curses through the ages. Sarah explains the history behind All Hallow's Eve, so you can be fully prepared for a pop quiz while you trick-or-treat. Have a Happy Halloween! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Not sure what your Halloween costume should be? Try fairies! This week, Jane discusses fairy lore and the Cottingley fairies. Sarah shares some scary stories from our hometowns. Spooky things are all around us! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
We put a spell on you! This week, Jane explains the history and true practice of Wicca. Thank you, Wicca community, for caring about nature! Sarah tells several stories about famous witches - a few might even shock you! And as a bonus, how does Impeachment work? Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
We're getting literary (literally!) It's time to debate whether or not William Shakespeare really existed. This week, Jane shares some of the conspiracy theories surrounding The Bard's existence. Sarah tells the story of The Brothers Grimm and their stories. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Spooky Season is upon us! It's now October, Sarah's favorite month of the year, and even though it's still hot outside we're ready to curl up in a sweater and turn our podcast into a fireside chat. This week, Jane teaches a history lesson on the Molly Maguires. Spoiler alert, they're not a badass group of Irish women, but still worth learning about! Then, Sarah shares some stories about feral children (TW: child abuse). Additionally, we throw in some brand new sentences! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Surprise, it's Friday! We apologize for our late release this week - some technical difficulties got the better of us - but we are back and better than before! This week, we're covering what J.K. Rowling skipped. Our special guest Laurel tells use about some werewolf lore. Then, Sarah tells the true story of Nicolas Flamel. Did he really create the philosopher's stone? Listen to find out! Plus, ever wondered about ancient pornography? Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
We have officially entered spooky season! We hope you all made it through last Friday the 13th unscathed and are ready to do it again in December! This week, Jane talks about the superstition behind Friday the 13th. Sarah shares some stories about real female detectives. Anything men can do women can do better! We also might rank the scariness of some clowns. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
It's Wednesday, my dudes! We hope you're not seeing double yet - unless you're an identical twin, that is. This week, Jane shares some fun facts and anecdotes about twin telepathy. Sarah speculates wildly on the identity of Banksy. Plus, ever wonder why everything is funnier when you're tired? We can tell you! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
We have loved One Direction since before we were 18! This week, Jane is back in NYC and Sarah is back from vacation, so we're ready to rock and roll. Jane explains the Larry Stylinson conspiracy theory, then Sarah takes us down a more serious road and tells the story of missing child, Timmothy Pitzen. We also have some discussions about spooning and hurricanes! If you are in an area affected by Hurricane Dorian, we hope you take the necessary safety precautions. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
It's the end of summer! Sarah is sunburnt on vacation, despite her well-wishes that she wouldn't be, and Jane has made it back to New York - but before all that happened, we recorded this episode! This week, Jane explains what it means to "go postal" and boy, we certainly hope it doesn't happen to any of you. Then, Sarah tells Dolly Parton's story from backwoods to Broadway. Also, what do you think of being under surveillance? We apologize for the odd sound quality this summer - this will be our last episode recorded through Skype! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
IT'S OUR 25TH EPISODE! As a way to pat ourselves on the back for all our hard work, we picked our topics this week! We're giving you two good reasons to never cross the ocean. First, Jane tells us all about Amelia Earhart - and her potential discovery? Sarah talks about her favorite maritime disaster, the sinking of the Titanic. As we reach the end of Leo season, we remind you to dream big - but not TOO big! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
If you thought you were getting a week without a conspiracy theory, then you were wrong! This week, Jane covers the story behind kale's popularity and its SHOCKING twist! Sarah explains Brexit as best and simply as she can. It's pretty much the worst game of deal or no deal ever. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
It's getting hot in Europe, so take out all of your recyclables and help save the planet! This week Jane tells us about the present and past heatwaves in Europe, their effects, and reminds us why they're happening (hint: Climate Change (not a Mandela Effect)). Sarah explains Planet X: both the astronomical history and the conspiracy theory! But when aren't we talking about a conspiracy theory at this point? We also take a moment to discuss the birth of a very important historical figure, our co-host, Jane. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
When in Leo season, you layer on the conspiracy theories. Today we are coming at you with two hot takes: the lost city of Atlantis and the mysteries of Area 51. Jane reveals the REAL location of Atlantis and Sarah tells you everything you need to know before storming Area 51. Plus, we mix in some fun throwbacks to previous episodes. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
For those of you who live on the East Coast, we hope everyone safely made it through the heatwave and the many blackouts! This week, Sarah and Jane are celebrating the fact that they do not live along a fault line. Jane explains how San Francisco will break away one day - not really, but she does explain the science behind Earthquakes. Earthquakes make you nervous? That's what your passport's for! Sarah explains the history of passports and all of their significances. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
It's electric-olytes! This week, we're joined by special guest Carissa Simmons. This episode ended being a confront on Capitalism... whoops! This week, Jane teaches Sarah what electrolytes are and why we (don't) need Gatorade! Carissa introduces us to Shopkins, a new toy sweeping the children's aisles. Sarah explains the pros and cons of the GMO industry, and answers the ultimate question: are they bad for you? Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Sarah's appendicitis scare. A squirrel on the fire escape. Jane's starring role in Scary School. It's all happening here on You Know What I've Been Wondering? This week, Jane gives Sarah the numerology reading of a lifetime (literally). Sarah explains the actual function of the appendix and the nonfunctions of some other organs! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Happy Filipino-American Friendship Day! What's that, you ask? Jane will tell you! Celebrate America's independence by recognizing its shady past! You can also celebrate by listening to Sarah explain how elections REALLY work so that you can be an informed voter in your state's primary (or caucus). Have a safe and happy 4th of July! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
We're in Maine! Sarah and Jane are deep into their vacation and invite you to enjoy this lovely episode in their absence. This week, Jane tells us all about the notorious serial killing crocodile, Gustave. Sarah covers the world famous literary hoax of JT Leroy. Two suspicious characters! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Okay, folks. Fasten your seatbelts. Make sure you are sitting down. This week, Jane unpacks perhaps our scariest conspiracy theory yet: The Black Knight Satellite. Then, Sarah tries not to offend any geeks with her dissection and description of Dungeons & Dragons. It's all nerdy, scary, and right here on You Know What I've Been Wondering? Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/YKWIBWpodcast
Stuck between a rock and a hard place? Take a break and listen to explain some phrases, and why many don't make sense! Want to know why we're attracted to people? Sarah can tell you! Head over heels for our content? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Happy Pride Month! This week, we are joined by special guest Leyton Cassidy to learn about the history of Pride in America. Sarah also discusses the history of dating apps, including some more queer history! We want to acknowledge all of our listeners celebrating the 50th anniversary of Pride this month and say thank you for listening! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Update: male writers must be stopped. This week, Jane discusses the misogynist origins of Manic Pixie Dream Girls and SPECIAL GUEST ALERT! We are joined by Andy Hunter, who explains the differences between humans and neanderthals and speculates wildly with us about mermaids, unicorns, and elves! Plus, why aren't we buried upright? It's all here on YKWIBW. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast!
Ramadan Mubarak! This week, Jane explains the meaning and traditions behind Ramadan. The ladies debate the manipulation behind flirting, then Sarah closes us out with the history behind Victor Hugo's opus, Les Misérables. It's May and time to discuss the June & July rebellions (but not in that order...) Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us on https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
TW: war, gun violence, abortion. History class is in session! Today, Jane and Sarah offer a lot of political opinion side dishes which pair delightfully with our two main courses, the Vietnam War and the Moon Landing conspiracy. You have been warned: we talk about some dark stuff this episode so be prepared with a fresh cup of coffee, or, if you're not driving, a large glass of wine! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us on https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
Take two! The rumors are true: Sarah did accidentally delete the first take of this episode and the duo had to record it again. We bring you the new and improved Episode 10, where Jane gets even better at telling you the story of Anne of Cleves and Sarah rants harder about Judith Alice Clark. These two ladies are forces to be reckoned with, so it's a perfect pre-Mother's Day podcast treat! Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us on https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
Happy (Belated) Earth Day! This week Jane gets into your brain and makes you question everything you ever knew: it's the Mandela Effect! Sarah critiques the United States's environmental policies and gets into the history of climate change. Yes, it's real. Like what you're hearing? Consider donating to us on https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.
This week, Jane and Sarah attempt to be better historians than Geoffrey of Monmouth. Who's that? Listen to find out! Jane reads some good ol' Arthurian legend and Sarah explains the real story behind the Trojan War. It's some myth and legend, some history, and a lot of discussion about rock formations. Like what you’re hearing? Consider donating to us on Patreon at patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.
It’s week 7 and we’re recording on a Thursday. We’re tired, we’ve had wine, and we’re ready to complain. This week, Jane explains exactly how much Trump spends on his golfing trips and Sarah tells the not so fun story of the Hindenburg. It’s a serious one, folks. Like what you’re hearing? Consider donating to us on Patreon at patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.
It's Wednesday, and right about now you're probably wondering where do tattoos come from? Is that bird real? Well, Jane and Sarah are prepared to tell you both of those things. In this week's episode, Jane rediscovers her passion for World History and unfolds the long history of tattooing (and more terrible colonialism). Sarah unpacks the Bird Truther conspiracy - and explains why birds are definitely drones out to get us. Just kidding. Or am I? Like what you're hearing? Subscribe, like us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and consider donating to us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
Happy April! We invite you to read this description in as many accents as you so choose. Jane and Sarah are joined by British-American with ambiguous backstory Philippa Roberts. This week, Philippa roasts Sarah, Jane roasts Philippa, and Sarah roasts Canadian's powdered milk. Jane uncovers the truth behind British accents (and the lasting effects of colonialism) and Sarah bursts your bubble about aliens. Like what you're hearing? Subscribe, like us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and consider donating to us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
Jane just saw Wicked and has channeled that inspiration into a bold eye look. Sarah dealt with an unwelcome visitor this week is ready to learn some more about science. It's Episode 4, and we're ready to appease ALL the senses today. Jane discusses the science of ASMR and discovers how little education you need to lead a movement. Sarah unlocks the secrets of Ancient Egypt - spoiler alert, it's bold eyeshadow. Does ASMR affect Sarah? What eyeshadow color is best for Jane? You'll find out! Like what you're hearing? Subscribe, like us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and consider donating to us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast
Our trio of opening episodes is now complete! Episode 3 is here and Jane and Sarah are ready to continue their first week of podcasting with some more (kinda fun) facts. Jane is STILL sick and Sarah can't seem to secure a debit card. Today, Jane discusses the history and usage of crystals as another NON-substitute for medical attention. Sarah dives into the term "spirit animal" and why you shouldn't use it! Like what you're hearing? Subscribe, like us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and consider donating to us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.
Amazon Prime Now has delivered the Kombucha and we're ready to rock and roll. Things get kinda gross when Jane covers the history and science of Kombucha. Sarah discovers that sometimes middle names are hilarious and not as useless as we all thought. Like what you're hearing? Considering donating to us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.
We're live, baby! Your two favorite Brooklyn roommates Sarah & Jane are here and releasing a podcast, brought to you right out of Sarah's bedroom. You Know What I've Been Wondering? is a comedy and culture podcast answering some of life's craziest questions. Why is it illegal to use footage of Parliament in comedy shows? What are the actual origins of astrology? Why is everyone angry at that one guy? You ask, we answer. This is the opposite of mansplaining.
HAPPY HUFFLEPUFF PRIDE DAY!Jane explains the history of astrology and drags their Leo sensibilities just a little bit; Sarah dives into the history of Tarot cards and uncovers another French conspiracy theory. Like what you're hearing? Considering donating to us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/ykwibwpodcast.