The Paqui One Chip Challenge or Shaun Kills His Tastebuds Live and Other Stupid Things People Do

September 24, 2022 01:08:09
The Paqui One Chip Challenge or Shaun Kills His Tastebuds Live and Other Stupid Things People Do
Loving the Strange
The Paqui One Chip Challenge or Shaun Kills His Tastebuds Live and Other Stupid Things People Do
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Carrie Jones Shaun Farrar

Show Notes

We thought he wouldn't survive and he sort of didn't? Join us for the podcast where Carrie absolutely doesn't endorse the actions of her co-host as he kills his tastebuds, dries out his mouth, and looks like a zombie because he foolishly does the Paqui One Chip Challenge

Be warned: Shaun says the f-bomb a lot.

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