In this episode, the hosts kick off with Pedro Alves absent due to a severe headache. They dive into a humorous trip down memory lane, reminiscing about the 90s. Rita Marrafa de Carvalho shares a funny story about actress Bete Faria, while David Cestina talks about his week, including stand-up comedy and voice recordings.
However, not all was laughter and fun as Rita Marrafa de Carvalho recounts her visit to the hospital due to a back strain. The hosts also discuss encyclopedias and how people used to buy them in the past. Pedro Luzindo brings a segment on things parents did in the 90s, adding to the nostalgic atmosphere.
The episode concludes with a mention of an upcoming segment on the Larousse encyclopedia, leaving listeners eager for more.
In this thought-provoking episode, the hosts delve into the importance of recognizing the intention behind words rather than solely focusing on the term itself. They discuss the evolution of language and how certain words have become unacceptable over time.
The hosts tackle the challenge of describing individuals with Down syndrome without causing offense and emphasize the distinction between physical descriptions and derogatory labels. They briefly touch on the controversial case of Carlos Castro's death, highlighting the need for sensitivity in discussing such topics.
Shifting gears, the hosts explore the nostalgia of dining at Chinese restaurants with their parents on weekends. They share personal experiences, recalling the time when using chopsticks was exotic and enjoyable. The possibility of Chinese restaurants abandoning chopsticks is also discussed.
The hosts reminisce about typical dishes and desserts found in Chinese restaurants, such as "clép" and fried gelato. They mention the prohibition of swallow's nest soup and shark fin soup, while also sharing funny and curious moments they've experienced in Chinese restaurants.
Additionally, they touch on the influence of Chinese cuisine in Europe, the popularization of sushi, and the difference between authentic Chinese food and European adaptations. The tradition of sharing food in Chinese restaurants, the presence of clandestine establishments, and even the discovery of dog carcasses in one of them are also explored.
Throughout the episode, the hosts share their memories and experiences of dining at Chinese restaurants during their youth, creating a nostalgic and engaging conversation.
In this entertaining episode, the hosts take a trip down memory lane, sharing their experiences in Chinese restaurants. They recall a time when eating with chopsticks was considered exotic and fun.
The hosts discuss the possibility of Chinese restaurants abandoning the use of chopsticks and delve into the typical dishes and desserts found in these establishments, such as the "clép" and fried gelato. They also mention the prohibition of swallow's nest soup and shark fin soup.
Amidst laughter, they reminisce about funny moments and peculiar situations they've encountered in Chinese restaurants. The hosts touch on the influence of Chinese cuisine in Europe, the popularity of sushi, and the difference between authentic Chinese food and European adaptations.
They also discuss the tradition of sharing food in Chinese restaurants, the presence of clandestine establishments, and even the shocking discovery of dog carcasses in one of them. The hosts recall amusing memories, like rotating round tables and fortune cookies.
Throughout the episode, the hosts share their personal memories and experiences, evoking a sense of nostalgia for listeners who have also enjoyed dining at Chinese restaurants during their youth.
Neste episódio a Rita, os Pedros e o David falam de salões de jogos, Arroz Xau Xau e de enciclopédias LaRousse.