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9 top things the 'I've Had It' podcast hosts are just done with

Jun 15, 2023Jun 15, 2023

Snarky commentary and friendly banter keep audiences coming back to "I've Had It," a hit podcast by two Oklahoma City women. Jennifer Welch, an interior designer, and Angie "Pumps" Sullivan, a divorce lawyer, are taking their podcast, which is among the top 50 podcasts in the United States, on a national tour next month and were even featured on the "Today" show recently. In their weekly podcast, available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify, the pair who have been friends for almost 30 years discuss things they’ve “had it” with, including:

WELCH: “Let me tell you what I’ve had it with, and it is a problem plaguing the country. It is the concept that companies have that, ‘The customer is always right.’”

SULLIVAN: “Unless I’m the customer, yes.”

WELCH: “Because sometimes, the customer is just a (expletive).”

WELCH: “I’ve had it with the small talk. Can we just remove weather from it? It is what it is.”

SULLIVAN: “But sometimes it’s all you’ve got.”

WELCH: “Everybody can observe what the weather is.”

SULLIVAN: “I know but I’ve been in some tight squeezes and, I mean, there was nothing and I just pulled out the weather.”

WELCH: “That’s your moment to shut the (expletive) up.”

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WELCH: "People need to be a little bit more clever. It's summer season so it's vacation season and everybody is a (expletive) poet slash philosopher slash deep-thinker on vacation and I have had it.”

WELCH: “If somebody told my kid to shut up, I’d mouth off. I mean, there’s just no doubt.”

SULLIVAN: “No doubt. I’d probably end up in a fistfight.”

WELCH: “I’d like to see that.”

WELCH: “If I’m the pilot, I would probably be up there like, ‘Shut the (expletive) up. I landed a plane. I do it all the (expletive) time,’ It’s just not a clap-able action.”

SULLIVAN: “I don’t hate dogs. I just don’t think they have any place in a restaurant.”

WELCH: “I would much rather a restaurant have dogs in it than babies and toddlers.”

SULLIVAN: “Agree with both. Why can’t we ban both toddlers, babies and dogs?”

WELCH: “You know they’re sitting there, (expletive) Bob or Dan, is sitting there with a resting heart rate of 160 acting like he’s going to take on the federal government, and it’s like (expletive) calm down, Dan.”

WELCH: “You need to be able to rapid-fire.”

SULLIVAN: “Lock and load.”

WELCH: “And then get the (expletive) out of the way.”

WELCH: “I sure as (expletive) don’t want to hear about anybody’s home birth delivery and why somebody would want to be a hero in the days of modern medicine. It’s not going to make you a better mother to decline an epidural.”

SULLIVAN: “Like, ‘Oh, I gave natural childbirth,’ OK, good for you. I did the drugs. It was great.”