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Let’s talk about Fool Me Twice, hosted by Zara Hannaford and Jules Hannaford. Jules traveled across the world to meet a man, and the fairy tale immediately began to unravel. All was not as it seemed.
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Fool Me Twice
Hosts: Zara Hannaford and Jules Hannaford
Listen on: Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, Audible
Episodes: 2019 –
Fool me once; shame on you. Fool me twice; shame on me.
Jules Hannaford was successful and happy in her life and job but was still lonely. She turned to online dating as a last resort after being single for over a decade. It seemed she was consistently meeting men who were not good enough. One after another, they seemed only to want to swindle her out of her money, and she was getting frustrated.
Finally, she met a man who had his life together. Truman was a successful project manager at a construction firm and seemed as excited as Jules was about the possibility of building a life with someone special.
Jules traveled across the world to meet him, and the fairy tale immediately began to unravel. All was not as it seemed.
This podcast explores the world of sweetheart scams, catfishing, and the ugly side of online dating.
Reading the summary had me incredibly excited about this podcast. I am a sucker for a good catfish story. Unfortunately, a large portion of this podcast is either superscripted, or she reads straight from her book.
Imagine sitting in an auditorium for hours and listening to someone tell you about their last doctor’s appointment in great detail, with little to no enthusiasm. At times, it seems like the reader is putting herself to sleep.
I made it to episode 5 before giving up. It’s just too dull. Note to self – never listen to another podcast where the host is reading straight from a book.
I give Fool Me Twice 1 out of 5 stars.
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