Episode: 137-Italian folklore: Tailor-made

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137-Italian folklore: Tailor-made

Young Dionigi is an apprentice to the master tailor, Maestro Lattantio. It’s a good job and, frankly, the best one he could get. The problem? He wants a better one. He wants to be a wizard. His boss wants him to get back to work.

The mamlambo is the reason why you don’t want to date the guy you grew in a jar.



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