Episode 9: The Fart Heard Around the World, Tased & Confused, In Trouble with the Law (again)
This week we bring you stories of life’s mortifying moments, as only could happen to us.
In our first story, I’m at a company Christmas party when something happens that is so unexpected and embarrassing that I have to decide how I’m going to manage this How in the hell did I get here moment?!
In our second story this week, Jenny is working second shift, which means a late night walk to her car. However, there’s something different about this night… she’s parked far away in a scary and unfamiliar ramp. She spent a lot of time listening toCoasttoCoastAm and scaring the shit out of herself!
In our last story, Kari takes us back to high school and shares a story she’s never told anyone, until now!
Quick note: Today’s episode includes swear words.
If you have a How in the Hell story to share, call our story line at 323-488-3303 and you could hear yourself on the show! That’s 323-488-3303!
Today’s show was produced by Kim A. Flodin and features myself, Jenny Gardner, and Kari Flodin.
Big thanks to Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and our ad music, Blue Skies downloaded from the YouTube Free Music Audio Library.
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NOTE: Today's Episode is in honor of this badass, sassy, take no prisoners, party until she’s says stop, tough as nails and fun as hell grandma, who I’m sure is having a cold one, raising hell, and telling all her best dirty jokes right now.
RIP Grandma Pat: 1926-2019
Life truly is an an adventure and it’s probably no surprise that myself and my four sisters seem to have more adventures than normal! After all, the show’s not called How in the Hell did I get here for nothing!
Today’s episode is in honor of our maternal grandmother, Grandma Pat, who is featured in our first story. She was truly remarkable… a mother of 8, a grandmother of many including three great, great, great grandchildren. Sadly we lost her in early February of 2019, less than 48 hours after this podcast went live and I like to think she hung around to see it happen. They broke the mold after Grandma was born, you’ll understand what I mean when you hear our first story which happened at a family party a long time ago.
In our second story, I find myself divorced and ready to go on a vacation! So, I do the logical thing… find a women’s travel adventure company and book myself on an adventure to Cozumel (side note, have you noticed when I go to Mexico crazy things happen to me? Um yeah!) It turns out to be a great trip, but little did I know the adventure would start before I even got on the plane!
Everyone loves a good garage sale, right? In our third story today, Erin decides to throw the Mother of all garage sales and the prep takes weeks! I’m there to help out and it’s going great... until the day she tells me that we have to set up seven teepees…. Let me repeat that: seven teepees…. On the lawn…. In 98 degree heat….
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Today’s show was produced by Kim A. Flodin and features myself, Kari Flodin and Erin Beach.
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