Title: Piss Drip Trays
acast Time: 1:07:24
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Original Record Date: Unknown
acast Publication Date: February 16, 2022
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Please Welcome a Man
The man that COVID couldn’t kill.
Richard Herring’s London Shitting Traffic Podcast
I was talking to the 1921 Committee the other day. They were formed one year before the 1922 Committee. It’s only one bloke in the 1921 Committee, but he still thinks it’s worth adhering to something that happened 100 years ago.
Guest Best Known
As Dr. Kulkarni in series 4 of Relativity. Radio 4’s – It hasn’t gone out yet, but that’s what he’s best known for.
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Member Member Note
Andy McH present RH addresses him when theorizing the potential romantic applications of a toilet in the middle of a hotel room
Have you ever walked around a hotel room in your pants, drinking miniatures from the mini bar and pretending you’re a drunk, partially naked giant?
Without the giant part, sure. I feel as though that’s almost certainly happened. Maybe I should do that. Maybe I’ll do that on this tour.
Do sperm have dreams?
I gave up smoking a while ago and I was on the vape for a long time. And then in mid-December I stopped that. I promise this is going somewhere. I promise this is going somewhere. Um, but so for the last few weeks I’ve been having a nicotine patch on my arm and it turns out that if you fall asleep with your nicotine patch still on you, your dreams are, like, a thousand times more intense than your dream are normally. So I would say under normal circumstances, no, sperm don’t have dreams. But currently, when I forget to take my nicotine patch off of an evening, my sperms have dreams.
Do you remember the first time your childhood enthusiasm was crushed and broken?
Well, I don’t know. I suppose you have a certain conception of the world when you’re a child. I suppose when I found out that racism was a thing in the world. That sort of does a 180 on your – on some of your preconceptions of how everything is going to work when you were little. Yeah, that’ll do it.
Recorded at the Phoenix in London.
This is AH’s second appearance.
RH reveals that, rather than a prosthetic, RH brought in a stone, suggesting that the doctors replace his cancerous testicle with the stone instead. The doctors confirmed that they could not, noting that the stone was unhygienic.
RH notes that he has been trying to reconnect with this childhood best friend in Loughborough, Satish Patel, but that has been unable to find Satish due to the prevalence of the name.
RH tells a story about his first time at a disco and loving dancing. He notes his disappointment when a friend told him he was terrible at dancing.