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Knowledge is power - and that's why we don't want to withhold our podcast "NEON Useless Knowledge" from you. Lars Paulsen and Ivy Haase know a lot - or at least they are pretty good at reading the real useless knowledge facts. With the podcast you are prepared for every tricky job interview, the next unpleasant small talk and also the upcoming visit to the in-laws.
The new episode "NEON Useless Knowledge" begins turbulently: Lars apologizes loudly with "Oh shit, sorry, that's my first time" - what's going on? Ivy isn't in top form either: "I'm sitting here with a dismissal letter from the emergency room" - what does her big bump on her head have to do with her desire to win? And will she be able to beat Lars in the quiz despite a bad headache?
Lars is impressed that Ivy showed up for the recording despite being injured - but that's mostly because of the subject of the episode. So Ivy pulls out the old 90s sayings: "Sex sells, I'm always up for it." According to her own statement, she always likes to talk about taboo topics!
The two learn what the difference is between preference and fetish and are surprised that there seems to be a connection between fetishes and magical powers.
Later, the question arises as to whether everyone is a little turned on by eavesdropping on someone else having sex, and Lars comes up with a somewhat unusual comparison: "It's like when someone orders a delicious Aperol spritz in the pub, it's so hot looks like the next person will also order it."
Later, the duo discuss the limits and when fetishes can become dangerous, and find out which famous actress loves to have sex in a coffin the most.
In the end, Ivy apologizes to her grandmother for the episode - rightly so?
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Lars Paulsen was trained as a moderator by Frank Elstner. As a kid he had a really cool silver and gold reversible jacket. Lars sometimes drinks so heavily that viewers worry about his mental health. As a freelance moderator and editor, he works for the Internet television station Rocketbeans TV, among others.
Ivy Haase sometimes wishes for something from the universe. She has four little brothers. When she was little, her parents assumed she was gifted, which turned out to be wrong after the first grade. She has made podcasting her full-time job, which she lives out every day at Audio Alliance.
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