Our mum died suddenly, and we remember her with love and laughter as we read the letters she wrote to us at university. Touching, poignant, but above all funny...
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Letter 11 - January 2000!
To celebrate the Millennium, Janet Bee-Hee becomes the new Pope. A just reward for her years as a Titty farmer. Sadly, Ellie’s Dad (or Emu’s Dad - we are not 100% sure) goes into hospital. She takes him the usual ASDA grapes, Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts, and his favourite Sex Worker. Unfortunately the grapes were mouldy and the Liquorice affected his Inhaler. He was, of course, able to enjoy the sex. What a relief. That’s what he said.
Letter 10 - 3rd December 1999
In this letter we finally reveal how mum REALLY died: By making love to the very microphone we use to record the podcast.
Letter 9 - 18th November 1999
Grandma has a bath in the nursing home and to everyone’s horror she finds out what a Blowy is. Xander spends most of the episode deciding whether it is ok to throw a Zygote at King Charles, and Claire gives all hot lesbians consent to look at her Camel Toe. It’s going to be another bumpy ride so hold onto your hats. P.S. Life is short so go live it.
Letter 8 - 11th November 1999
Mum & Dad Roger Sylvia in a smoke and booze fuelled orgy. Xander tries to find out what the cis female orgasm really is, and Claire tries her best to avoid the question.Remember don't tell anyone about the podcast 🤫
Letter 7 - 4th November 1999
Xander books a venue for their Edinburgh stand-up, then Claire pulls out because she can’t bare to be away from her kids for more than 2 seconds at a time. Xander immediately replaces her with a ventriloquist dummy and it turns out the dummy is more interesting, valuable and funny than Claire has ever been. In 1999 Mum tells us some hot hot gossip, Claire turns up some trousers with sticky tape and Dad drops a slice of potato into his gravy. Who knew the 1990s were so eventful right?
Our mum died suddenly, and we remember her with love and laughter as we read the letters she wrote to us at university. Touching, poignant, but above all funny. You will laugh, you might cry and you'll definitely enjoy the ride as this gay brother (@fitxander) and lesbian sister (@Claire_Training) take you back to the late 1990s and re-live the fateful years that led to them coming out to each other at University.