Question Time on The Women’s Podcast: 'What’s the best (or worst) thing your friend ever did?'

We want know about those golden moments and the ones where it all went a bit toxic

We want your friendship tales and woes, those golden friendship moments and the ones where it all turned a little bit toxic.

We want your friendship tales and woes, those golden friendship moments and the ones where it all turned a little bit toxic.

 

Each week, we ask listeners a question and in the run up to our special ’Friendship Week’ in The Irish Times we want to know: “What’s the best or worst thing a friend ever did?”

We want your friendship tales and woes, those golden friendship moments and the ones where it all turned a little bit toxic.

You can email your responses to thewomenspodcast@irishtimes.com or just message us on Facebook and Twitter @itwomenspodcast. There is a prize for the best answer this week.

Last week’s question was all about the craic and we got a great response when we asked: ’What is making you laugh at the moment?’

Guest presenter Una Mullally said Chelsea Handler’s series ’Chelsea Does ...’ had been cracking her up lately.

Imelda Rouse got in touch to say what was making her laugh was two words. “My husband”.

Ro Curtis also messaged us saying Waterford Whispers never fails to make her giggle especially the article about the Late Late lamb being traumatised over meeting Ryan Tubridy.

And more than a few of you tweeted and emailed us to say they were laughing their heads off about that photo of a potato that was taken by an Irish man being sold to a Japanese man for one million euro.

“I’d be laughing more if I was the one who took the photo,” said Mullally.

This week’s podcast features funny women Sharon Horgan, Joanne McNally, Alison Spittle and Deirdre O’Kane.

The Women’s Podcast was recently named Best Irish Podcast of 2015 by iTunes. You can download individual episodes of the podcast on Stitcher, Soundcloud and iTunes and on irishtimes.com

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