This week on Everything is Fine

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Jenn and I are both in really good moods for this new episode, and we’re talking about Botox, pet peeves, admitting when you’re the villain of your own story, ghosts, the shadow self, good and terrible Christmas music, Fleishman Is in Trouble, and a lot more! Do tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audible, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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    themis
    6 Dec 2022
    3:24pm

    (Flatly) “Monogamy is for the poors.” Dies laughing; you guys were on fire that day.

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      Gbea
      8 Dec 2022
      10:47am

      YES – this needs to be a t-shirt.

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    kj
    6 Dec 2022
    11:39am

    Kim, traditional Christmas music also leaves me cold. (No pun intended.) But if you dig around there are some lesser-played songs that bring a different vibe.

    My suggestions: “Fairytale of New York” by The Pogues, Joan Jett’s take on “Little Drummer Boy,” “Christmas Wrappings” by The Waitresses, “Just Another Christmas Song” by Stephen Colbert, and Weezer’s version of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” And of course “Christmas in Hollis” by Run DMC.

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    cw
    5 Dec 2022
    10:00am

    Good podcast! I lived in a “haunted” house in Wilmington, NC. Too long a story to go into here, but it was definitely interesting. I’ve also seen a UFO and was thankfully not alone when I had that experience so I know it wasn’t just me. As to being kind with disdain…there is this woman who always says things to me in the form of a question such as…”What an interesting way to wear your hair, but you are always doing something different aren’t you?!” uhhhh….yes?

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      kimbersam
      7 Dec 2022
      4:06pm

      CW, I, too, grew up in an “interesting ” house with a mother who claims Strega ancestry. Perhaps next year, ’round Halloween, Kim could open the blog up for ghost stories. Might be fun!

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