The Anna & Raven Show: Snow Days; Gift Receipts; Fender Bender

The Anna & Raven Show: Snow Days; Gift Receipts; Fender Bender

Tuesday Dec 15, 2020


Have you ever realized how weird Christmas songs are?  Like, listen to the lyrics, there’s some questionable stuff going on there!  Anna and Raven dissect THIS Christmas song in the podcast!


Mispronouncing a word happens to everyone.  But if you mispronounce THIS, after being paid $350 to say it, that’s all I need to know about you! (3:39)


Are snow days a thing of the past?  With distance learning being so common, a lot of schools have decided that snow days are no longer necessary.  But one company is standing up for the rights of Snow-Dayers everywhere!  Find out who it is in the podcast. (7:07)


Do you give gift receipts with your gifts?  Anna and Raven are torn about what the right thing to do is, so they’ve asked etiquette expert Karen Thomas to help them out!  Find out what the proper gift etiquette is in the podcast.  (11:07)


The Santa Tipline is back!  Leave Santa a voicemail and let him know who’s been naughty and who’s been nice.  Anna and Raven play some of the messages on the air!   (22:26)


If you witness a fender bender, what are you supposed to do?  Call the cops?  Leave? Make a citizen’s arrest!?  Anna witnessed a minor accident last night and she didn’t know what to do!  AAA PR Manager Andy Gross calls in to set her straight.  Find out what you should do in the podcast!  (25:14)


Kevin & Lila’s 13-year-old daughter is a dancer and wears a leotard in her contemporary dance classes. Kevin is insisting that she wear biker shorts with the leotard because he thinks it’s inappropriate for a teenage girl to be wearing something so revealing. Lila disagrees. Their daughter is mortified and says she’s going to quit if he makes her wear something the rest of her class doesn’t have to wear. Whose side are you on?  (32:56)


$1000 would sure come in handy during the holidays!  Does Patty have what it takes to beat Raven in pop culture trivia and claim the prize?  (38:56)