With Tom sounding like Barry White for half an issue we share our gastronomical wishes that have never come true, fail to talk about the failures of postmodernism, change our digits for cutlery, review another Tingle tome, do battle against 100 duck-sized spiders or 5 elephant-sized spiders, & share the strangest place we’ve had a poop.
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Hosts this issue are Heather, New Dom, Becky, Tom & Taz.
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THIS WEEK’S CHUCK TINGLE BOOKCLUB TITLE WAS:
Two Time Hugo Award Nominee Chuck Tingle’s “Vampire Night Bus Pounds My Butt”:
NEXT WEEK’S WILL BE:
Two Time Hugo Award Nominee Chuck Tingle’s “The Physical Manifestation of Washing My Hands Gets Me Off”:
Behind the Bastards Tiger King Special:
Wild Wild Country
Brush your teeth
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Orangafruüp – Trippples
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