Episode Jun 17, 2016

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss stereotyping women in long dresses, what to do when the fuel light comes on late at night & miles from home in Vermont, when your name is an obstruction, the torment of saying words twice, a question about public bathrooms, a rating system for old boyfriends, practicing your penmanship in the car, finding vegetable shapes in the lava lamp, why Kristina is still sleeping on the couch, a scarcity of hobos, hanging with the family cricket, new job options for starving artists, dancing in lederhosen, a pumpkin eating porcupine, spaced out driving & missing the exit, being judged by relatives, more bad words, an annoying fashion detail, shaving cats, debriefing emotional availability - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians and friends: Julie James [Mary’s Garden]; Kristina Stykos [Me, Myself & Moi]; Mark Struhsacker [Cat in the Bag].

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