According to a report from your group of friends, that podcast you recommended the other day sounds REALLY awesome, interesting and informative, and that they can’t wait to totally listen to it as soon as they can.
“Oh wow, dude – I can’t wait to listen to that seven-part series on the economic impacts of the Crimean War on Portugal’s Jewish population. Sounds like something I’d really be into”.
The report mentioned that they were glad that you found the podcast ‘so enlightening’ and ‘really made you think’, and they will crack into it as soon as they finish that other podcast you recommended.
“Yeah, I’ll cue it up straight after I finish that trilogy on the history of pottery in Mozambique’s funeral homes.”
“I’m so glad to have a friend like you who refers me to such unique podcasts because they know that it’s relevant to my interests, rather than an attempt to come across as well-read and knowledgeable.”
“Who needs Hamish and Andy when I can have a two-hour recording of a guy sitting too close to a microphone in his shed?"
"Haha knowledge is power.”