This week, Laura and Annabelle consider what it means to have a tattoo, and ask the question: Do ephemeral tattoos count? Should Annabelle get one? Plus, a listener calls in with a dapping success story, prompting Annabelle to do some research to 1) learn what it is, and 2) explore the handshake’s remarkable history.
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Georgia’s giant giant spider problem
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Ephemeral Tattoo article from NYT
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