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Episode 108: It's Like Food In My Mouth

It's the story about a MagicMystic who wasn't listening, a Ninja making profane T-shirts for children and a Panda who just couldn't wait. You might think of it as the latest episode of the ElectricSistaHood podcast, but we prefer to think of it as just another slice of life.

Magic starts it out by talking about the manga "Pet Shop of Horrors" and Ninja and Panda finish it up by giving their love to the new Soul Caliber IV. In between all that, they present another hour of hilarity for all of you.

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Just get a load of the titles that were turned down for this episode:

Just Listen To It and Figure It Out

The Heartbreak of Numb Butt

When Naruto Met a Night Elf Chick

If a Tree Falls In the Woods, Does It Get Turned Into a Manga?

My Favorite Word of the Week Was Circle-Jerk

We Don't Really Have DILLIGAF For Kids

The Day WoW Was Not Played

Let's Not Talk About Boob Brutality

The Soul Caliber Unlockable for Windows? Clippy!

So Many Accessories, They Should Call It Sim Caliber

If Robert E. Lee Had Invisible Naked Chick Army, We'd Be Celebrating His Birthday

Soul Caliber Finally Realized I'm Fat

The T-shirt Has Yoda and Siegfried -- Where's Roy?

I Hate Being Pwned, But I Love the Attention

Maids Prefer To Think Of Their Hats As Tiaras

I Pahked My Cah Then Became a Shirt-Rippah

Mamma Mia, Not Another Musical Episode

Token With the Sistahs (Not, It's Not the New Cheech & Chong Movie)

So enjoy Episode 108: It's Like Food In My Mouth and don't forget to start sucking up to the Sistahs. You gotta get one of those tokens somehow.

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.