Bobeshi Smith, Honik-gilten, and Royt Geshmak.
On this episode of the Hungry Cliff podcast, the team explores the prurient etymology of a fairly common figure of speech. We also talk about Tim Burton, whether yoga constitutes exercise, and various types of apples. What is the situation, meteorologically? Is there beach erosion in our future? How many more terrible Oreo flavors can we endure? We’ll suggest answers to these questions and more on this episode of the Hungry Cliff podcast! Or feel free to develop your own.
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Hosts: Tony Silanskas, Matthew Biggers, Andrew Silanskas
Guest Hosts: David Houston, Jessica Houston, Pedro Mendoza
Intro and outro music: Pedro Mendoza
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