First Madge walks solo and talks about her menopause clit, Drag Race Holland Season 2, DJ Ralphie Rosario having a street in Chicago, @stacyherbert virtual pee, board drama, and thank yous. Then she talks to Hagatha about poppers danger, getting eaten out by a spastic, senile tooth loss, himbo hate, hate stalking, pelvic thrusting, bad hand jive instagram dance torture, diaper dancing, The High Hair Twins 🤢, Matt Gaetz hair, Hagatha’s hateful obsession with the disabled, Drag Syndrome, being gay in religious states, Horrible Person, speedy road trips on ephedrine, Hagatha’s blackmail attempt, “I have a hat”, El Paso is hell, and Hagatha sucking cousin Billy Ray’s dick, Incest in Marion IL. Finally, we have the a radio play starring Irene Dunne called, “White Cliffs of Dover.”
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Madge takes a solo walk and talks about families in political systems, healthcare and infrastructure. Afterwards, she returns home and speaks with Grizelda about food, followed by a chat with Hagatha about the effects of doing poppers in a Cadillac. Trigger warning: doody. The conclusion is a radio play starring Olivia de Havilland called “Hold Back the Dawn.” Beautiful album art by John Werner.
Madge talks about her recent NDE (near death experience), then she talks with Hagatha about her meth relapse. Afterwards we have a radio play starring Joan Fontaine called “Portrait of Jenny” Lastly, the chickens.
Madge takes a lovely walk on a gorgeous day, then she talks with Hagatha about her stay/vaycation. Afterwards, Madge visits with the chickens and talks to Karen about them. Finally we get to hear Lana Turner in a radio play.
Hagatha is really scary today as she disgusts her various exploits. She talks about how she spends her government check on whores. Then, Grizelda joins for a quick chat to cleanse the yeasty palette. Fat.
Madge does a quick solo after checking in with the chickens. Madge discusses the new book by Viola Voltairine, 150 Years of Gynarchy. Then she chats with Berbacia about some fun topics. Madge asks Berbacia, “Am I racist?”