From a premier rowing regatta to a getaway vehicle to a note from the chief of police, this rental van has seen more than its fair share of adventure. Advice from the storyteller: buy fewer draw-on-the-car markers and all the insurance.
Warning: this story contains explicit content. Can the oversharer be a boon to society? Can we do more worldly good by sharing all the weird things that we (and our bodies) do? Can shame be erased by a bit more info than you wanted to hear? Well, according to this storyteller — and the internet — the answer is a resounding, Yes!
Warning: this story contains explicit content. Good listener, this story features a very likable character coming of age with the help of some khaki pants and huggable teddy friend. Told by the affable Sam H., this story was featured in 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.
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.
Thanks to our storytellers, story listeners, and The Pickle Jar for a great one-year-anniversary show! We heard some fantastic TMI stories, and now we’re getting close (pun intended) to our February show! Please join us, or sign up to tell a story.