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February 23, 2020 64 min
Y’all asked, we answered — by going all the way there! We dive into one of the greatest forces at work inside us all, and we ask the age old question: is the imposter calling from inside the house? How do we battle this pesky syndrome and keep living our lives like they’re golden? We start by licking ur popsicles in, of all places, the dirtiest kitchen you’ve ever seen, we revisit some Thotty audience questions, and for dessert we offer a cute lil progress report. SHOW NOTES: food4thotpodcast.com/newsletter Live tweet the episode: twitter.com/food4thotpod Troll us on Facebook: facebook.com/food4thotpod DM us on Insta: instagram.com/gayslutswhoread Dennis: twitter.com/theearldenden Joe: twitter.com/reluctantlyjoe Tommy: twitter.com/heyteebs Fran: twitter.com/fransquishco Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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