Social distancing has hit us all hard in different ways, but one thing we're all missing is our friends and family. It's in times like these that we realize how much we need our support systems, and Mock and Daisy have taken the opportunity to tell the story of how they met and just how grateful they are to have each other in their lives. You might not be physically together, but you can still tell them just how much they mean to you!
Mock and Daisy have some common sense advice for people attacking moms and dads during the Coronavirus quarantine - Just Don't. Parenting is hard enough as it is. Now that they're also expected to be teachers, guidance counselors, chefs and full time employees, it's almost impossible. We all want life to go back to normal as soon as possible - so let's stop shaming people, offer more grace and be less judgmental to each other. We know that things are a little scary right now and to make things better, this podcast episode is sponsored by Acre Gold. Go to GetAcreGold.com/MockAndDaisy, where Acre is giving away a gold bar for the month of March. To win, listeners can tweet why they should win and be sure to mention @get_acre to win the free gold!
Social distancing may seem like the new normal, but quarantine doesn't have to be boring! Mock and Daisy have a playlist chock-full of their favorite movie and TV recommendations to get you through the long days, and a few tear jerkers to relieve the anxiety and stress that we're all feeling right now. We know that things are a little scary right now and to make things better, this podcast episode is sponsored by Acre Gold. Go to GetAcreGold.com/MockAndDaisy, where Acre is giving away a gold bar for the month of March. To win, listeners can tweet why they should win and be sure to mention @get_acre to win the free gold!
We all remember Dear Abby and Miss Manners - but who the heck has all the answers we've been searching for in 2020? With all the crazy questions flying around about Coronavirus and the Presidential election, Mock and Daisy are handing out their common sense advice and taking a stand for conservative moms everywhere.
Sexual orientations, Bloodplay and Transgender pronouns are confusing to most adults - and yet, your elementary and middle school children are learning about them in health class. Mock and Daisy shed light on some of the insanely inappropriate lessons going on in sex ed classrooms around the country and propose that maybe, just maybe, those conversations should be between parents and their kids, not on a school curriculum.
If your adult daughter decided her dream job was doing porn - would you support her? Mock and Daisy discuss the exact question that director Steven Spielberg is asking himself this week, after it was revealed this week that his daughter Mikaela is pursuing a career in sex work. If you love your children, at what point do you step in and point them in a different direction?
Mock and Daisy have one big question after the viral airplane seat punching incident this week - where the heck have our manners gone in 2020? From filming and shaming strangers online to rude flight attendants, it seems like no one knows how to just be nice to each other anymore.
These feminists just can't make up their mind! They're fighting amongst themselves again, and this time, it's all about Sex Work. Should it be decriminalized, or should it stay illegal? Mock and Daisy share their pros and cons about it, including the dangers it poses to our young daughters and the reasons why government shouldn't be involved in our sex lives at all!
Mock and Daisy just want to watch the Superbowl with their families - is that too much to ask?? Whether you think the halftime show was super entertaining or just downright nasty, the chicks think we can all agree on one thing - stripper poles don't have any place at a sporting event that people are watching with their families and children.
Mock and Daisy might be out of school, but today, they're taking a vocabulary pop quiz. If you've looked at your kids text messages and have no idea what they're talking about when they say something is Lit or Thicc or Drip, then this is the episode for you. The chicks know it's hard enough to talk to your kids as it is - so listen up as they break down what all the latest slang actually means.
Have you ever looked at your kids phone and asked yourself, what the heck is a finsta? A tik tok? A snapchat? Well, you're not alone. Mock and Daisy have done the research for you and explain exactly what social media platforms our kids are using, what parents should be doing to keep track of their online presence and how to make sure that they're engaging in safe behavior online.
Transphobic is the new buzzword of the SJW's and Mock and Daisy are SO over it. Wikipedia has a TWO PAGE List of all the different Gender pronouns you can go by in 2020 (like Zi, Hir, Zir, They - who even comes up with these???) and apparently, if you don't use all of them, you're a horrible person who hates everyone in the LGBT community. The ladies are all for treating people respectfully but they're taking a stance - PICK A LANE. You're either a man or a woman and Mock and Daisy won't be bullied into using made-up pronouns just because it makes someone else comfortable.
Bridezillas - We've all heard the terrible stories, and now Mock and Daisy have found one that might take the cake. They're outraged by an Australian bride who actually asked a guest to not come to her wedding - because the recent death of her baby would apparently take attention away from the bride. The ladies question what the HECK is going on with weddings these days and wonder when marriage became more about Instagram than love, family and friends.
Happy New Year from Mock and Daisy! This episode is especially close to their hearts - it's the story of how Mock and Daisy met, became best friends, and took the jump together to start a career in radio. Listen along as they walk you through the amazing coincidences that brought them together - and the rest is history!
Mock and Daisy are grateful to have spent so many hours with the most amazing listeners - you guys make it all possible! We celebrate Christmas and the end of a decade by revisiting some of their most important conversations of 2019 - and looking forward to making more amazing podcasts in 2020!
Mock and Daisy talk about the "Body Positivity" movement and how morbidly obese models and TV shows on TLC are glamorizing a super dangerous way of life. The moral of the story is, if you really love and value your friends and family, you don't encourage them to keep gaining weight - you support them getting healthier.
Mock and Daisy talk about the latest thing that SJW's are freaking out about - the Peloton Bike. Their Christmas ad featured a husband buying his wife an exercise bike, and apparently that's enough to accuse the company of sexism, body shaming, and even negative depictions of marital relationships!
Mock and Daisy are thankful for this podcast, and the chance to talk to you about the issues they think are most important. This holiday, we're taking the opportunity to lighten the mood and revisit some of their favorite funny conversations from over the last few months.
Mock and Daisy try to get to the bottom of why millennials are waiting so dang long to get married - is it a fear of divorce? A lack of religion? Or are they just waiting until they're mature adults instead of jumping in headfirst like their parents? They talk about all of the above and discuss the future repercussions for our country if people stop getting married and having kids.
Mock and Daisy bring their commonsense approach to trans athletes, and the disadvantages that girls face competing against people born biologically male. They discuss possible solutions and get down to the bottom of an important question - shouldn't our daughters rights to equal opportunity in sports be just as important as trans rights?
Mock and Daisy talk to Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw about future presidential plans, his experience as a conservative speaking on college campuses, and how he feels about dogs being awarded the Purple Heart medal. Plus, he discusses the pressure that families of politicians in the public eye face and the ridiculous conspiracy theories that surround them - and NO, he's not a Russian Asset.
Mock and Daisy have A LOT to say about all the recent celebrity proposals between old men and women in their 20's - and we're looking at you, Peter Cook and Dennis Quaid. They discuss the real reasons why they think men and women get in these relationships, and what the biggest age gap is that they think is acceptable before it becomes really creepy.
Mock and Daisy have covered a ton of topics over the last few weeks, and in case you missed any of their conversations, we're highlighting the best bits from some of their favorite episodes. If you like what you hear, go back and check out the full episodes - and don't forget to tune in again next week for a brand new show!
Mock and Daisy talk about how crazy the world is after the #MeToo movement, where boys need to sign documents to prove consent and women don't take responsibility for putting themselves in dangerous situations. They want to know, why is it so hard to Just Say NO?
Mock and Daisy talk about their obsession with robots - specifically Sex Robots. It might sound like a joke, but they discuss the serious questions that robots and AI pose to the future of different industries, our freedoms and rights, and the next generation's ability to communicate with other human beings.
The internet can be a bucket of suck - there's no question about that. Mock and Daisy talk about their own experiences with internet trolls, how it has changed them as people, and a few new studies that show just how much social media is negatively impacting young people in our country.
Mock and Daisy are SO over the age of man buns, RompHims and Soy Boys. What happened to manly men who could actually take charge, fix cars and get their hands a little dirty? It's officially time to #BringDudesBack!
Mock and Daisy have a captivating conversation with author, radio host and intelligence analyst Sebastian Gorka, where they discuss his parent's escape from Hungary, his work with President Trump and why the liberal news media is so threatened by conservative "influencers" on social media - and what the White House is planning to do to equal the playing field.
Mock and Daisy use their common sense to raise their kids to be grateful and kind. Unlike many* Millennials today.
*Mock and Daisy don't think that every millennial is an ungrateful jerk who takes their career, Starbucks and iPhone for granted, just most of them.
Mock and Daisy have a fascinating conversation with YouTube superstar Blaire White about being conservative and transgender and the misconception that activists would have you believe about the trans community.
Mock and Daisy search for some common sense in the politically correct world we live in. Spoiler Alert: They don't find any.
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