This one’s a doozy!! Jen gives her an incredibly, funny, very good, twisted take on a famous children’s book. Kim drags us all through the circles of hell where she and Jen find some uncanny similarities to the levels of hell at work. They continue their tales of projects gone wrong with glue gun safety issues, Blooms Ball busts, smelly recyclables, and card box towns painted with eight gallons of tempura paint taking over their classrooms.
Also, Jen celebrated her *9th birthday and will soon be in the same age box as Kim.
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Jen and Kim talk about Kutcher’s stance on the whole ‘bathing debacle’. They discuss the basic anatomy of the nether regions. Kim goes off on TikTok and Devious Licks. They explore jumper issues and why the GPS voice lady is out to get us They delve into when teachers tattle and project-based learning gone wrong. Twisted Lit leaves us wondering why we can still purchase chastity belts on Amazon, and how the hell our parents let us read Flowers in the Attic?
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