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ofp: benedict cumbercrotch

ofp returns after a month of no podcasts! now comes a longer episode showcasing the wonderful voice of the show, kayla fernandez! you get to hear her for the whole episode and not just during the introductions. listen as kayla obsesses over bendict cumberbatch, music, cat shirts, creepy people (including everyone one the podcast), mispronouncing of asian cities, “romantic comedies”, and endure julian and josh’s stupidity. no awkwardness filtered out of this episode!

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sherlock teaser trailer

benedict cumberbatch

benedict cucumberpatch

benedict cumbercrotch

war of the worlds

shrine made of gum from hey arnold

becca’s drawing

cards against humanity

star trek into darkness

august: osage county

12 years a slave

the book table

myopic books

churches chicken

nikon 3100

can of whoopass


neon indian

mumford and sons


charles bradley


planet hemp

cypress hill

rage against the machine

matt and kim featuring kim’s taut butt



valentine’s day

something borrowed

kate hudson

eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

pretty in pink

sixteen candles


da ali g show

chuck palahniuk’s haunted

kayla’s travel blog

music in this episode is licensed under the creative commons. the intro and ending song is a sample from “ophelia’s song” by grapes. the interlude song is a sample from “a better way – bach remix”  by rocavaco.

This entry was published on November 8, 2013 at 10:28 am. It’s filed under Podcast, radio and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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