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ARIYNBF 274: Speaking of Speaking, FOMO, Fit with a Kissable Face

Written by Alison | April 30th, 2014 at 10:22 pm | Comments

The Thursday gang  (AlisonChris LaxamanaMatt FondilerGary Smith and Jenna Kim Jones)  discusses the meaning of #FOMO, working out, Caelan as a kid, Skittles, Hugh Grant, coincidences, sneezing, hair drying and so much more. We also did a round of Just Me Or Everyone (click here to see the JMOEs from this episode).

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    The trick to the no hair washing thing is rinsing. I actually learned it from the girl that was on Adam's show. So don't try the dry shampoos and stuff. When you want to wash it, do it. Just don't use soap. Rinse it really good and you'll be shocked. I'm washing and conditioning mine a couple times a week. I used to wash it sometimes twice a day! Hope this helps.

  • Kristina Lombardi

    my favorite part of this episode was chris' greeting: "hello bubbie."

  • John Szczerba

    did adam tell you to get that car? adam knows his cars, but idk if he's knowledgeable in how reliable they are long term. he just knows the specs and how well they work when brand new. when i bought a new car 6 years ago, i did a lot of research online and was shocked to find the superior germans with their volkswagen and audi do not make reliable cars long term. expect problems and lots of trip to the shop.

  • Ben Lee

    You have to take it to the dealer, it could affect your warranty. You should never buy a German car, always lease. Its going to have issues after 60K miles anyway

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