Freelance's Bongo Bongo Bookclub: Welfare Wifeys (Part One: Of Dindus and De Sade)


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After a longer than anticipated inter-season break; we're finally back with an all new book! Welfare Wifeys by K'wan Foye is a title that is sure to bring tears to your eyes as you follow the chronicles of African Royalty on the hunt for revenge, and some other gay shit that no one cares about. Joining me tonight is my usual co-host, SLUG_2. Radio Free Syrup host of 88 Minutes fame: AxeInTheDeep The Last White Man in Brazil: FrankieFavela The Gayest Greek on The Young Hwyhtes: Nikephoros And notorious feral rapist: Rusty Dangler Join us as we buckle down for another season of heavy drinking and heavy shitposting. However, before we even get started with this seasons book; we take time to address one last piece of fan-mail from one Alex Morganson on the importance of Shitskins and the effect French Literature had on them. So pull up a chair, sit down, and make sure you brought extra baby laxative for another episode of Bongo Bongo! Intro: Andrew Sisters & Danny Kaye - Civilization (Bongo Bongo Bongo) Intermission: Mega Drive - Converter Outro: Thomas Barrandon - Over The Wall

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