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When does 20 seconds feel like foooooreeeeevvvveerrrrrr? When you're washing your hands for the umptyumpth time today, and is it really all that important to wash them AGAIN??? Yes. Yes, it is. To make it easier, a group of writers and podcasters have put together these 20-second stories to get you through the Lather, Rinse, and Repeat stages. So, crank up a story, lather up, and be well.

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    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

When does 20 seconds feel like foooooreeeeevvvveerrrrrr? When you're washing your hands for the umptyumpth time today, and is it really all that important to wash them AGAIN??? Yes. Yes, it is. To make it easier, a group of writers and podcasters have put together these 20-second stories to get you through the Lather, Rinse, and Repeat stages. So, crank up a story, lather up, and be well.

    Breakin

    Breakin

    The police would be there in about ten more minutes, she figured. It would be worth the wait if she gets cuffed by that dreamy officer Peller again.
    This episode is not explicit.
    Written and performed by David S. Dear, producer of A Ninth World Journal
    David is an Audible Approved Producer produces and performs in numerous audiobooks as well as the audio drama A Ninth World Journal and performs in several other audio dramas.
    https://ninthworldjournal.com
    TRANSCRIPT
    The worst part about breaking into this house was the ear-splitting decibel level of the klaxon. The owners of the house wouldn’t be home for another week, so they wouldn’t shut off the alarm.

    • 29 sec
    A Songbird Reviews Songbirding

    A Songbird Reviews Songbirding

    A songbird gives his review of the podcast Songbirding

    This episode is not explicit.

    Written and Performed by Elizabeth Wilcox and James Schwarz, both of The Dimension Door Podcast

    www.dimensiondoorpodcast.com

    TRANSCRIPT

    Listen Rinse Repeat – REVIEW challenge
    Songbird Reviews Songbirding
    Soft crunching sounds as someone walks through forest undergrowth, with the sound of birds
    singing in the background. The steps slow as INTERVIEWER softly speaks
    INTERVIEWER: Alright, I’m here today looking for a songbird. That bird looks like it’s
    singing, so it’s probably a songbird, right? Okay, here goes…I’m now going to cast ‘speak with
    animals’ to communicate with this bird.
    Sounds of spellcasting.
    INTERVIEWER: Alright, then. Hello, bird. We’re here, in a forest where Rob Porter has
    recorded birdsong for his podcast, Songbirding. I have one question for you: What is your review
    of Songbirding?
    BIRD: IT’S GOOD!
    This episode written by Elizabeth Wilcox, and performed by James Schwarz, both of The Dimension Door Podcast.

    • 47 sec
    Review - Teleportation Device

    Review - Teleportation Device

    This is Januae's review of the teleportation device. Until the review gets away from him.

    This episode is not explicit.

    Written, produced, and performed by David S. Dear

    David is an Audible Approved Producer produces and performs in numerous audiobooks as well as the audio drama A Ninth World Journal and performs in several other audio dramas.


    http://ninthworldjournal.com

    TRANSCRIPT

    I am Januae, and this is my review of the teleportation device.
    I cannot give it a favorable review, as it is only good for one use.
    Perhaps my negative review should be for the Veilwardens and the Ustiliator that caused me to jaunt randomly. The ritual they performed on me made things worse.
    In fact, I would give jaunting randomly a very unfavorable review. It is dangerous and unpredictable. I do not recommend it.
    Jaunting randomly: I give it one star.
     
    This episode of Listen, Rinse, Repeat was written, produced, and performed by David S. Dear of A Ninth World Journal

    Kevin MacLeod at Incompetech.com

    • 53 sec
    Pride and Prejudice

    Pride and Prejudice

    A review of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

    This episode is not explicit.

    Performed by PRRP
    https://www.patreon.com/freckle

    TRANSCRIPT

    Hello so um, I'm here to do some reviews for review week. I was told not to be too meta about it, so I just googled some classic literature. My review of this book is that it's kind of sexist, avoid this book.

    • 33 sec
    Poem for PodRevDay

    Poem for PodRevDay

    This is a short poem to say: Share a review on PodRevDay!

    This episode is not explicit.

    Written by Elizabeth Wilcox. Performed by Elizabeth Wilcox and James Schwarz, of The Dimension Door Podcast.

    podrevday.com

    TRANSCRIPT

    Poem for PodRevDay
    I heard a podcast yesterday
    That made me feel more than okay
    If only there were some way
    I could make them smile today.
    I know just what you can do,
    And it’s super easy, too!
    What could it be? Well, here’s a clue:
    It starts with writing a review
    Of course! That’s it! I’ll do it now.
    No, you don’t have to tell me how.
    I’ll pop onto a podcast site
    And say, “This podcast does things right!”
    That’s a great start, and more than some,
    But still I’d say you’ve just begun.
    How can that be? What could I do,
    Except to write a nice review?
    Each time you see it and press play
    This podcast brightens up your day,
    So why not go the extra mile
    To really make them feel worthwhile?
    It’s free, you see, to spread the word
    To really get that podcast heard.
    Share your review--And, well, hey,
    What better time than PodRevDay?
    [Podcast Review Day is the eighth of every month. To participate, simply share your podcast reviews online that day with hashtag PodRevDay.]

    • 1 min
    (Attempted) Review of Breakfast

    (Attempted) Review of Breakfast

    Paul and Allison try to decide to attempt to maybe review breakfast.

    This episode is not explicit.

    Performed by Coral Baxter-Ellis, Paul Ellis, and Allison Baxter.


    http://dcritpodcast.com

    TRANSCRIPT
    CORAL
    Mom, Dad, you ready? What's your review going to be on?
    PAUL
    We're reviewing breakfast!
    CORAL
    Oh you mean like IHOP or Jimmy Dean sausage?
    PAUL
    No, like having breakfast-
    ALLISON
    Yuck.
    PAUL
    It's the most important meal of the day, Allison.
    ALLISON
    Breakfast is gross. Who can eat that early?
    PAUL
    Well you've essentially starved your body for eight hours, so you're being cruel to your body.
    ALLISON
    Since when do you eat breakfast anyway, Paul? You don't get up until 11. Like a damn teenager.
    CORAL
    Hey, this damn teenager gets up at seven.
    PAUL
    You might be a bit more pleasant in the morning if you actually ate something.
    ALLISON
    Really, Paul?
    PAUL and ALLISON ad-lib, anything can be said as they are not listening to each other
    CORAL
    You can't blame a soul for trying. So there's your review of the importance of breakfast, if you can call it that. That was my parents Allison Baxter and Paul Ellis. I'm Coral Baxter-Ellis and you can catch our podcast Deconstructive Criticism starting this fall.

    Episode music "Coffee" by Cambo

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

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Spacefunmars ,

Great Idea

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This is just what we needed!

Podcasting all stars have come together to create the perfect mini-episodes to wash your hands to. Comedy, horror, random facts - it’s all here! Get those hands clean and stay entertained!

moppet_mi ,

Thank you

‘Timely’, clever, funny...even uplifting.
My hands appreciate you. Well done!

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