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Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Always smell things that smell.
I think that's the moral of this episode.
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This week Heather has a story for Ken to read, and somehow they just seem to magically agree that it was written by a fictional character on a terrible '90s sitcom instead of by Mr. George Pope Morris. Which seems rude and dismissive, but clearly I care more about this show than either of the hosts do.
Ken reads the story and Heather cannot contain herself from laughing at silly words, so, you know, the show.
And a bunch of other stuff.
New Doctor Who casting.
The perfect murder.
Do WHAT to a light switch!?
"The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots" was written by George Pope Morris and published in 1839.
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