Danny is impressed by how nicely Mike Jones is dressed and how colorfully Sarah is dressed. The harvest moon, the Blue Moon Tavern, Lemmy from Motorhead, Keanu Reeves, “Keep Calm and Do the Puyallup,” dancing, Bed Bath and Beyond, drilling, dreams, tricycles, melons, corn dogs, curry goat, Smurfs, scones, and Top Pot Doughnuts are all woven together as only the mind of Danny Bonaduce can, uh, weave.
Sarah is drinking coffee, and observes that it smells fantastic. She spotted a news story that indicates she is not alone in thinking coffee smells great: a company is producing a perfume that smells like coffee. Sarah asks Danny if he had to smell like one food product for the rest of his life, what would it be? And he replies, a Molly Moon waffle cone. Mike Jones would smell like a maple bar, while Sarah would smell like pizza. If you had to smell like one food product for the rest of his life, what would you smell like?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, talks to a woman whose friend is being tapped out by her drug addicted, ADHD and bipolar son.
Danny shared with us that Amy laughed at him when he asked to borrow her “Walkman.” That reminded Sarah of a list she spotted of words that are falling out of fashion, like “plow” and “mill,” because those words apply less and less in modern culture. Sarah has been known to respond to an unfortunate occurrence with “Crumbs!” or “Drat!” Another word she used to use was “pocketbook,” until it was pointed out that nobody calls a purse that anymore. Amy didn’t understand what Danny meant the other day when he said, “I’m just spitballin’ here.” What outdated or oldey-timey word or phrase do you still use?
All this, and Sarah’s Filthy Forecast, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.