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Turn Back Time
Fanny pack, Bedazzlers, and piles and piles of Bop Magazines. Get ready to Turn Back Time! These are the things that made our childhood awesome, or at least, memorable. Would you like to know what your favorite podcast comediennes were like when they were young and impressionable? We would like to know too, because the girls we read about in our diaries…well, we’re not sure we want to claim them. But we definitely will if it makes you laugh!
Critics agree, the best days we will ever have are those of our youth! Or, perhaps, the best days are the ones we realize we were absolutely ridiculous in our youth. Meg and Katie take a trip down memory lane and talk about all the things they loved when they were just young girls, taking on the world one crush at a time.
There’s nothing more exciting than finding that you are not the only one who was a little weird, a little dramatic, when youth was upon them. Why not spend some time being entertained by our own selves? Let’s be honest, we know we already entertain you quite thoroughly, but we won’t stop until every detail, every aspect of our crazy past, present, and future is laid bare to our listeners! Don’t make fun of us too much, because you know you were no better than our boy-crazy selves! Turn Back Time with us!
Grab a cup of coffee and your latest BOP magazine as we dive into all things Katie and Meg from once upon a time!
This podcast is also brought to you by the campaign of Megan Cartwright who runs for Student Council of the 6th grade. Don’t forget to go out and vote – and definitely comprehend her listings. Her listings are very much worth comprehension on a deep level. At least, as deep as a 6th grader can go.