Here ye, here ye! It’s time once again to indulge your dark side and listen to the By That You Mean Podcast. Which is to say, wow, we have listeners? In this quickie Episode 3, Chelsea and Michael discuss how one might want to behave when interacting with service people, specifically when ordering wine or discussing unfamiliar foodie terms, so as not to totally embarrass all those around you. Which is to say: know your place, bitch.
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