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Catching Up with Abbi Jacobson

In Bed with Nick and Megan


Relationships, Society & Culture

4.44.1K Ratings

🗓️ 10 August 2020

⏱️ 53 minutes

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Abbi Jacobson gets into virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss checking in with yourself, dating, and what the three of them are reading.

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Everybody loves a lover, I'm a lover, everybody loves me anyhow, best how I feel.


Wow, I feel just like a polyamor.


And Abby, I don't know, I mean, I need to have like a serious discussion about that woman who wrote flights because right before you texted me, Olga, somebody right before you texted me about it, because you met you, okay, so you mentioned flights in your text saying that you were getting read, you were, it was on tap to read and I was like, oh, and I was like, yeah, oh, maybe I need to give that author another chance.


She has a new book that just came out, so I downloaded on Audible.


And then when you, well, no, you said when I said I was kind of, when I mentioned I was that was up next, you said, yeah, there's some good stuff in there.


Like as a way to like, and I was like, that's a weird non-fully committed way of like saying.


It's not all discipline.


Yeah, but I feel, you know what, it made me feel like I was maybe not intelligent enough to enjoy it.


There are incredible pieces in there, I think just maybe where we're at right now.


I didn't know what she was talking about a lot of the time.


Was that your experience?


I think the style is like all these vignettes that sometimes weave in, but they might not weave in for like a hundred pages.


They might not weave back.


I was just, I mean, during this quarantine time, I just don't think it was right for me, but I mean, it won the Nobel Prize.


So I might, I'm gonna trust, I'm gonna trust that it's, it is a very well written, really great book that I might not have.


I'm gonna trust that.


I'm gonna trust you.


But so this I think is something I've been noticing legitimately, the farther we get into short attention span and the information age and so forth.


Do you think so?


All I know about this book is what I've heard from you too so far.


So I don't know who the writer is, but it's this book that has vignettes that weave in sometimes not for a long time and called flights and it won the Nobel Prize.


So something I've noticed because we Megan and I often agree on what we enjoy, whether it's books we're reading or like shows or movies.


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