The contents of a refrigerator — so often the stuff that lunch is made of, and so rarely the ingredients of a break up. Yet this week’s storyteller discovers just how much sketchiness she can tolerate in a date by exploring his bachelor pad. This story of watch salesmen and water beds comes from our January 2013 show, Too Much Information.
True or false: Balsamic vinegar, sugar cubes, and frozen veggies are appropriate treatments for a 2nd degree burn. Not sure? You’ll have to listen to the story to find out! This story of of becoming a medical school icon comes from our February 2013 show, Close Call.
Lessons learned from this hiking adventure: 1) know your medical history, 2) carry a cellphone with you absolutely everywhere, and 3) no name escargot isn’t so awesome drenched in hot sauce — unless you’re a wolf. This story of “type II fun” comes from our February 2013 show, Close Call.
What they say about alligators is true: they do live in New York, but they’re more likely to be found in South Bronx apartments than under sewer grates … as far as we know. This story of reptilian family relations comes from our January 2013 show, Too Much Information.
This week’s storyteller finds herself on a six-hour bus ride with all the fluids she can drink and no, ahem, relief in sight. What do you do when packed onto a crowded bus in Peru with no pitstop on the itinerary? We find out in this tale from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours.