That Was Us

Every episode, a guest joins Julia Nunes and reads an embarrassing/exposing example of who they used to be.

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    Anna is a bad ass who runs a festival called GirlSchool and I got her on That Was Us to talk break ups. The journal she found had a 10 year break between entries, leaving off on a college boyfriend break up, and starting up with a more adult break up, with a lot of similarities. sponsors: square space: www.squarespace.com Aaptive: www.aaptiv.com/signup/monthly?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcastname&utm_content=main_cta

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    A rapper, caberet performer that I met by chance on tour. She comes from a super religious background and we talk about how confusing consent is, how to communicate with people who think you're a hippy dippy liberal, and the institutions we wish would just go awayyyyyyy This episode brought to you by squarespace.com use offer code: JULIA for 10% your first purchase

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    A tender songwriter talks me through some old lyrics and tour memories Sponsored by blue apron. Get 3 free meals when you go to blueapron.com/JULIA

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    Jamie's stream of consciousness email leads to a conversation about the pretentiousness of the NYC theater scene, communication in the modern age, and THE ELECTION oooooo

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    A diary entry about romance in europe. We talk about cheating, break ups, sexual confidence and posture. I kind of go off on my last relationship and also missy's last relationship.

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    Stevie reads a scripted version of the true story of when cops busted in to Stevie's apartment and how that resulted in one of the sexiest things she's ever experienced. When I asked when the traumatic event went from scary to hot she said "It's always been both" which is still blowing my mind