The Pinklatex Show

The Pinklatex Show

Pinky "Pinklatex" has hilariously used comedy as an outlet for sharing her seemingly unbelievable life experiences. The format of this podcast is totally insane —constantly sidetracked, the hysterical twists and turns will have you in tears. Boston's belligerent B**** uses improv, sketch comedy, songs and life experience to keep you laughing.... Show More
November 4, 2019 58 min

Tonight join us for a "relaxing" extremely strange and chilled out episode of The Pinklatex Show.  We are starting off November celebrating those who came before us with a little Oregon Trail the card game.  Many deaths await us and the rest of our stupid wagon parties in this card game version of the classic Oregon Trail. To win we’ll need to keep one player alive all the way from Independence, MO to the Willamette Valley. But between rattlesnakes, starvation, dead oxen, broken bones, dysentery, and a host of other calamities the odds are long . . . almost as long as the Oregon Trail itself, so essentially short odds like Rusty's nubby fingers.
Links and more will be provided at thepinklatexshow.com  Enjoy! You oddly immune to cholera marvel you.
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