If you’ve listened to Pantophobia, you know Non Wells and his willingness to openly discuss his anxieties. But that’s not all he does. Non is also part of the dynamic duo who produce the Joy Sandwich podcast. And this week’s episode features College of Curiosity’s curator, Jeff Wagg. The Joy Sandwich podcast (@joysandwich on Twitter) […]
The hosts talk about what it was like recording a podcast about fear and anxiety, and what the future holds.
What’s so scary about the Easter bunny? Nothing, unless he’s a weird guy in a costume. Jenna tells about all the times people in masks have ruined her day.
Jen hates clowns, but who doesn’t? We talk to some clowns to find out.
Randy will not sleep on the first floor of any building. Why? None of your business, and get away from the window! Just kidding—he says why.
Monsters aren’t even real. Why are we so scared of them? And what should we be scared of instead? We ask some kids.
Non (who hates peeing in public) talks about his old nemesis, poison oak—and how a lifelong fear of it did not save him. Bring calamine.
Non (who is also afraid of poison oak) tells us why the urinals at Wrigley Field made him break out in a cold sweat.
If the mere title of this episode made your scalp tingle, you probably have trypophobia. If it didn’t, OH BOY, have we got a fear for you.
Fisher can spot a popcorn kernel stuck in the carpet from across the room. He tells us about the perils of working in retail when popcorn is afoot.