Episode: 143-Japanese Folktales: Crabby


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143-Japanese Folktales: Crabby

The story this week is the reason you don’t make enemies with a decapod who’s friends with a bee, a pile of dung, a mortar and a chestnut. The other is the reason why you should buy a waterbottle for your next hike, or you might just need to be carried out of the woods.

The creature this week is why you don’t want to mispronounce anything ever because it might lead to you being cursed for eternity as a vampire. I’m pretty much already screwed.

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Music:

"Trod Along" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Fever Creep" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Bedroll" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Skatepark" by Chad Crouch

"In My Head" by Podington Bear

"Swing Lo" by Podington Bear



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