Episode: 85B-Slavic Folklore: Hold on to Your Hat


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85B-Slavic Folklore: Hold on to Your Hat

The conclusion to the dwarf with the long beard, a story about a dwarf. And a long beard. And entering the ear canals of magic horses for fun and profit. We'll see the epic struggle between brothers come to an end, as well as a powerful argument in favor of facial hair.

The creature this time is big, warm cat named Big Ears! He has Big Ears! And an army of demonic cats to do his will!

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Music:

"Remember Trees" by Chris Zabriskie

"I Should have been more human" by Chris Zabriskie

"Shake It" by Jahzzar

"Denouement" by Kai Engel

"Warbled Reflection" by Podington Bear

"Den" by Podington Bear

"The Telling" by Blue Dot Sessions

"White Limit" by Blue Dot Sessions



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