Episode 4: Living With Your Parents vs. Your Partner
In episode four of the Anecdotally Podcast, Greer and Bethan discuss which is better living at home with your parents or living with a partner. Bethan is living the high life watching law-based Britbox dramas with her Mum and Dad whilst Greer lives with a man who has accidentally been buying shoes made for Taekwondo instead of trainers for the last decade.
Episode 4 of Anecdotally with Greer Riddell and Bethan Poyser is all about the unsurprising statistic that in 2019 nearly one-third of Millennials live with their parents. This is the first time that living at home has outpaced living with a partner for this age group (18-34-year-olds) since records began in the 1800s.
So whilst Bethan is chilling at home with her parents watching law-based dramas on Britbox and getting bought Vegetarian Prawns, Greer has inadvertently chosen fish over money and is still marvelling at the fact that for a considerable amount of time, her boyfriend thought he was buying trainers but instead has been buying specific shoes made for Taekwando.
Bethan also advertises for the Derbyshire tourist board and wishes to marry a man who works at the local Garden Centre.
This week we want to know whether you think it’s better to live with your parents or a partner as well as any anecdotes around either that you would like to share with us.
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Anecdotally is a new comedy podcast hosted by childhood friends Greer Riddell and Bethan Poyser. New episodes released weekly, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more.
It's the year 2009 and at a Grammar School in Dover, Greer and Bethan probably aren't listening to their Latin teacher and instead eating a whole cheesecake behind a book in a lesson. Fast forward a decade later, Bethan is procrastinating from her PhD and Greer is trying to stop social media making her depressed so they decided to make a podcast together.