It’s Tuesday night and you’re spent from the work week. (It’s only been two days, people!) Not wanting to make any tough decisions, you go for the ‘comfort food.’
For dinner, you go for some ramen. No, not the instant stuff that will simultaneously take a month off your life but also bring up wonderful memories of those long-lost college years. You go for the good stuff that costs an exorbitant $2.50 and throw in a bunch of yummy extras.
For entertainment, you sink into your couch or bed but instead of learning something valuable on the History Channel, you go straight for Parks and Recreation reruns. It’s l-i-t-e-r-a-l-l-y the best thing to rewatch.
The question though is why we don’t tend to do this with podcasts. I guess one answer is that a lot of people still don’t listen to podcasts or have only listened to a very few so re-listening to one seems strange.