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Whoops! Damn-near went a whole year with no Monkey King in it! What a tragedy that would've been! Thankfully, Grimoire Highwind has returned to us, to remind us all of the reason for the season Suggested talking points: Those Pesky Flying Kings, Squelch Into Some Pants, Doing Bad Things to Fake Horses, Deathjail: Jail From Life, Raging Battle Boner…
 
We are awash in life-lessons this week on WTFolklore, as we read The Special Platypus, an Australian tale that provides us with further intel into the interpersonal lives of the humble Platypod. We also learn about healthy boundaries, who does and doesn't need the approval of a titmouse, and just how much Weather.com thinks it's worth Suggested tal…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we read The Charcoal Maker Who Became King, a Filipino tale. It's quite helpful in elucidating for us the qualities that birds and fairies each look for in a king. Either way, murder is usually involved. Suggested talking points: The Chilliest Open, Maslow's Hierarchy of Blankies, The Decrepit Age of 17, Frying Pan Induced …
 
For the finale of What the Spooklore 2021, we head over to Korea to learn about hobgoblins, goblins, and additional haunted houses. We also attend a pretty rad Demon open house, with parkour and dogs and even brooms! (They're just brooms, though) Suggested talking points: Gossip Goblin, A Touch of Grime, The Prairie Community, Scooby-Dooby-Crooners…
 
What the Spooklore 2021 continues this week with two tales from Appalachia. We're reading about Tailypo and The Bell Witch, though we did give a decidedly meatier spin to that second one. Suggested talking points: Moss Planet, Monthly Finger Pruning, Autonomous O'Malley, Deep Bud, Beef Vs Machine, Ratsgiving, Beef Tokens If you'd like to support Ca…
 
What the Spooklore 2021 begins! We're not reading a singular story this week, but three tales about various haunted locations around New Orleans! Is there a surprise visit from our friend and yours the Spooktralizer? listen and find out! Suggested talking points: The Witchy Spectrum, Devil Seminars, Famously Sticky, The Scariest Ghost Story Dogs Te…
 
This week we're reading Dr. Know-All, which is Grimm Tale #98. Or it could've been the Griww brothers, accounts vary. We hypothesize it may have been the origin of the farce, as well as the evolutionary junction for humans towards crabs. Suggested talking points: Agents of the Nothing, Doct Rs Us, A Fatal Amount of Food, A Doctorate in General Awar…
 
This week we're reading The Devil and the Guachinango from the Philippines, and given that title, you'd probably never guess which of those characters we find more sympathetic. Who are we kidding, if you've listened to the previous 306 episodes you've probably got a good idea Suggested talking points: An Hit Wonder, The Urge, Devil-Sized Jars, Digg…
 
This week we're reading The Fisherman, which, i'm sure you surmised, given the title of the episode. I mean, what else could an episode title like that imply?? Suggested talking points: A Definite Bean Through-line, Critters of an Unpleasant and Potentially Poisonous Variety, Mermaid Law, Lift Down Things Up for Eat?, Aphorisms for Venture Capitali…
 
This week we're reading The Candy Cottage, which is some flagrant Fairy propaganda, if we've ever seen any (and we have) But first, did you know about the strange connection between Holes and Donnie Darko? You will, after the first twenty minutes of this week's show... Suggested talking points: Dance skills directly inverse to exuberance, Liminal H…
 
This week we're reading Five Times Beautiful, a Grecian variant of Snow White, with a bit of Goldilocks and Cinderella peppered in for flavor. Also, please, we're begging everyone, just leave the Sun alone... Suggested talking points: Trapped Forever in the Pants Circle, Stan February, Who Would Think to Poison a Hat?, Ye Best Start Believing in th…
 
Just read the title. Oh, and we're reading The Buried Moon (courtesy of Joseph Jacobs) Suggested talking points: Ol' Jenkins, Welcome to Show, Crapterion Collection, Moons are Haute Couture, Neptune is Meowth, One Tiddyssippi If you'd like to support Carman's artistic endeavors, visit: https://www.patreon.com/carmandaartsthings If you like our show…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we learn why the Mullberry Worm (more commonly Silkworm) kinda sorta looks like it has an ugly horse's head if you squint at it long enough, courtesy of the Chinese tale The Horse-Headed Daughter. Suggested talking points: Space Jam III- Time Jam, Extended Tylore, The Fatalism-to-Podcaster Pipeline, Show Me the Horsefax!, T…
 
Back to our regularly scheduled business this week on WTFolklore: spending the first 15-20 minutes talking about pop-culture zeitgeists instead of what we should be doing. Then we move on to ACTUALLY telling the story of Ilya and Nightingale the Robber, from Russia Suggested talking points: The Slamjam Weaver, Trees Can And Should Kill People, Bird…
 
This week, on an unremarkable episode of WTFolklore, we read The Ram by French baroness, Madame d'Aulnoy. Wait...this sounds awfully familiar... Suggested talking points: Six Point Ish Years, Brain TV, Sexy Sad-Off, Crown Town or Treasure (Nobody Rides for Free), The Chip of the Century, Two Days From Sheep Retirement If you'd like to support Carma…
 
Have you ever just...started talking and minutes to hours later realized you've gone completely off the goddamn rails and everyone is looking at you with a horrified expression? No? Well, We think this may be what happened the first time The Children of the Vultures was told in India. Thankfully, WTFolklore is here to apply a, shall we say, modern-…
 
This week, WTFolklore reads the Nigerian tale, The Woman, Her Husband, Their Children, and the Dodo. This story features what may well be the single dumbest "protagonist" we've yet encountered, and we're like 300 stories deep into this endeavor, so that's saying something. Suggested talking points: Secret Snacks, A Grim Spectrum of Entertainment, P…
 
This week, WTFolklore reads the Mexican tale Lord Oppossum Brings Fire to Humanity. Took us 297 episodes, but we've finally met a king who gives a damn about his subjects. Obviously it's not human. Suggested talking points: Obligated to Perform, Fairytale Estate Sale, Take it to Icky Times, The Piss-end of an Opossum, The Original Tyler, The Big Th…
 
This week, after a little opening Cruella de Scourse, WTFolklore reads The Three Lemons, from Italy. On the happy-ending scale, is it an Immortal Moon Wife or a Breakfast of Stones? You'll have to tune in to find out! Suggested talking points: Mouth Mutiny, A Thousand-Year Campaign to Ruin Dogs, Horniness Begets Hope, Blood Sausage Poptart, Wife Tr…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we're reading the Chinese tale, The Waiting Maid's Parrot, and we make a startling number of bird-based revelations in record time. Oh yeah, we've still got it, baby. Suggested talking points: Snaxedo, The Power of Small Appetizer Shrimps and a Friendly Smile, Old-Timey for "Horny", Shaking Your Leg to an Unnamed Dread, Lyn…
 
This week on WTFolklore, after checking in on the Great Gas Shortage of 2021, we read Kae's Theft of the Whale, a Polynesian tale where everyone just ends up having a ton of fun by the end. Everyone who doesn't die, anyway. Suggested talking points: The Third Entity, The Genealogical Difference Between Monsters and Muppets, Living BBQ, Bestowing St…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we conclude our reading of The Day Boy and the Night Girl by George MacDonald, while also learning a lot about privilege, fallons ids, and the games you can play with nighttime predator beasts Suggested talking points: Fought, Kissed, or Ignored Each Other, Heading Mothwards, Pony Ollies, Everyone is Witch, The Death Lamp i…
 
We begin another multi-part episode this week, reading The Day Boy and the Night Girl by George MacDonald, and get to relive experiencing the moon for the first time in extraordinary detail. Suggested talking points: Folklore Island, Wolf-Shaped Cranium, Real Embassy Wives of Country, Haunted with Smiles, Deepfake Fairytales, The Majesty of Stairs …
 
On WTFolklore this week, we read the French tale The Satin Surgeon, and take it upon ourselves to rescue the villain from the unfortunate tropes thrust upon her. Suggested talking points: Adrift in the Sea of Familyless-ness, A Quick Pants Feeling, No Maps to the Moon, Sometimes Time is Time, 3/4's Dupable If you'd like to support Carman's artistic…
 
This Week on WTFolklore, We have a (kinda) double feature, briefly reading A Riddling Tale, followed up by The Grimm Brothers' Snow White and Rose Red, a somewhat plodding story we give a much-needed face lift to Suggested talking points: Animals Doing Things, Dry as a Wife Should Be, Kids Who Look Like Trees, Bear Scout Cookies, Beauty and the Bea…
 
On WTFolklore this week, we read The Battle of the Birds, a title that promises us juicy lore, and instead delivers a mishmash of plot points we're all too familiar with already. Suggested talking points: A Singular Dook, Married to Science, The Whole "Bone Ladder" Business, Ears of Holding, The Key to the Moon If you'd like to support Carman's art…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we read "The Raspberry Worm", and encounter a whole new breed of fruit authority. We do get bored and start talking about chicken sandwiches, but you really should've seen that coming by now. Suggested talking points: an NFT on Hopes and Dreams, Worm Census of Finland, Kid Cocaine, The Lesserberries, Richard Horrifying If y…
 
On this episode of What the Folklore, after the traditional Kingdom Hearts Cold Open, we read King Bean, a story of dubious Italian royalty, but that is mostly meant to scare witches. Suggested talking points: Southern-Fried Backhanded Niceness, Noble Bean, The Fetish Checklist, Ableist Witch Bookclub, Expressing Hatitude If you'd like to support C…
 
This week on What the Folklore? we conclude The Fairy of Dawn, and shocking no one, find ourselves much more enamored by the cadre of horses than literally any other character. Oh, and a new cult dropped. Suggested talking points: The Justice Binary, The Goddess of Wednesday, Land Sirens, How Windy Are These Dogs?, When the Dayball Sleeps, Yelling …
 
This week, the three intrepid heroes of What The Folklore achieve their destiny, which for some reason was to hear the Romanian tale The Fairy of Dawn. Beggars can't be choosers, I suppose. Suggested talking points: Live Weather Requests, A One Alarm Lifestyle, Dragon Fingers, Quantifiable Horse Beauty, The Bottom of God's Lego Box, There's a Horse…
 
This week on What the Folklore, we head on over to Lapland to hear the story of The Elf Maiden, which is not so much a story as it is a series of refusals to the call of adventure. It really makes you think about society, don't it? Suggested talking points: The Arkansas Community College Fightin' Balanced Breakfasts, Cinnamon Toast Slurp, Grand The…
 
This week on Wtfolklore, we take another trip to Japan to hear about The Girl with the Wooden Helmet. There's also a very loud, pesky cat that keeps interrupting the audio, it's so weird. Anyway, hope you enjoy Suggested talking points: For the Love of the Crime, Glue Helmet vs. Pig Helmet, Wet Ass Sea Shanties, Pull the Sick out of my Wife, The An…
 
The time has come for the thrilling conclusion to d'Aulnoy's epic tale The Blue Bird. Will something inanimate come to life? Will there be a volcano? You may be surprised, dear listeners. Suggested talking points: We're Not Done with Ooze Yet, Reinstate the Bird, A Jim Butcher Novel Waiting to Happen, It's Egg Time. If you'd like to support Carman'…
 
This Week on WTFolklre, we continue to read The Blue Bird by Madame d'Aulnoy, where things take a turn for the even goopier and oozier, and now demons may be involved? It's hard to say. Oh, remember that wizard? He's back. Suggested talking points: These Frogs are Too Powerful, A Timeshare on Daughters, Oozy Sleep, Daytime Crying, The Air Freshener…
 
This Week on WTFolklre, we once again subject ourselves, and you our dear listeners, to a tale from one Madame d'Aulnoy, titled The Blue Bird. If you think we finish the story in this one sitting, buddy you must be new around here. Suggested talking points: Airport for Meanies, Directly from Brain to Wall, Myth Times Twitter, The Oozy one and the E…
 
This Week on WTFolklre, we read The One About Coyote Going West, a Cherokeean tale about the time two lesbian coyotes dressed as Santa save Christmas with Raven Symoné by farting on Cherry Man atop a pile of toaster ovens...no really. For reals! Suggested talking points: Concurrent Reincarnation, Baby Dumdum Stories, Nothing Begets Ducks Begets Peo…
 
This week the WTFolklore Gang reads The Ass, The Table, and The Stick from merry ol' England, as was requested by @kerfuffle on our Discord server, who's fault this all is. Over the course of the journey, we learn the true meaning of wealth, and meet the Demigod of Slapstick Suggested talking points: A Country of Go-Getters and Morons, Stick Rich, …
 
On a very scientific WTFolklore, we learn the origin point of platypuses, courtesy of the Australian tale, How Platypuses Came to Australia. We also learn a surprising amount about ladders and the various despotic figures of the animal kingdom. Suggested talking points: A Lit House, If Ears Could See, Ladder Detour, Turkey Brothel, Keeping a Duck W…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we read The Wise Dog, a story from the Yoruba Tribe of Africa. Have you ever wondered why there is so much trouble and strife in your life? Apparently Africa thinks it's your mom's fault, and they have some compelling evidence to back up the claim. Suggested talking points: "Smartest Book Ever" by E.R. Udite, Brevity is the…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we read The Cricket , a story from China that introduces us to the exciting new world of championship cricket fighting, a sport so beloved that it devolved into a full-on police state! Suggested talking points: The Cat is About the Bug, A True Beef Honk, The Annual Cricket Reckoning, Wet Ass Grandma, The Clicks and Clacks o…
 
This week on WTFolklore, to celebrate the fresh, cerulean sheen cast over the state of Georgia, we've got three bite-sized tales from GA: Wooden Nutmegs, The Cross-Eyed Mule, and A Rough Night on the Farm. They explain...a lot. Suggested talking points: Dogs as Doctors, Non-Euclidean Parking Lot, Blue State Comedy Tour, Typewriter Monkey Vacation, …
 
On this, the spookiest week of the year, we read two stories from the spookiest place on earth: South Carolina. Don't believe us? You will when these terrifying tales are through! Suggested talking points: Bristling with Fiber Optics, Cereal for Adults, The Dickhead Gambit, Pancake Gun, Choo Choo Tank, Baby's First Spooky Story, The Prize Man If yo…
 
This week on WTFolklore we have a bite-sized Spooklore for you all, as we read The Sleeping Prince from Suriname. We'll be back next week with a double-stuf explosion of Spooklore! Suggested talking points: Big Ol' Horse Brawl, Mystery Spook Flavors, Spiders ready for War, The Whimbus did Speak, The Bone Age If you'd like to support Carman's artist…
 
The Good China train continues this week as we hear the thrilling conclusion to Sun Wukong's ordeal with Zhu Bajie! Suggested talking points: Magnificent Midnight Battle at the Mountainside, Prose or GTFO, Garden Variety Ghost Guide, M'Monkey, Need for Deed, Eyeball Daddy, We All Return to Pig If you'd like to support Carman's artistic endeavors, v…
 
Who's ready for some Good China? Suggested talking points: Punching for Fruit and Pants, Wrapped up in Monkey, A Very Urkel Vibe, Schrodinger's Daughter, Drowning in Good China If you'd like to support Carman's artistic endeavors, visit: https://www.patreon.com/carmandaartsthings If you like our show, find us online to help spread the word! Follow …
 
This week on WTFolklore, we read Not a Pin to Choose Between Them, a Norwegian tale featuring many different currencies, none of which are particularly local to Norway. Mostly we spend our time trying to quantify "silliness", though. Suggested talking points: Long Cows, Cows4CornCash.com, Boneless Hen, Bottom of the Woman Barrel, The Gibblebup Quot…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we finally learn the answer to a question that has plagued mankind for centuries, which is Why the Parrot Repeats Man's Words, a tale from Thailand. Perhaps our title features a clue. Suggested talking points: Sanitary Taffy Excretions, Brain Armor, Furby WiFi, Bird Court, A Dear Friend with Magic Powers, Beyond the Whimbus…
 
It's the end of the road. The Final "Final Folktale" until Square Enix deigns to gift the world with another one. The time we had together...I cherish. Walk tall, my friends Special Thanks to Eric for joining us again on this one! Music in chronological order: Victory Fanfare (Holder & Ephixa Remix) Apocalypsis Noctis by Yoko Shimomura Stand By Me …
 
This week on WTFolklore, we're treated to The Farmer and his Hired Help, a story from Afghanistan with an exceptionally dry title. Fear not, dear listeners, because we spruce it up in the ways that only we know how to! Suggested talking points: MMA for cats, The Hair Corner, Paid in Butter, FarmConLaw, Moment of Silence for many goats, Farm Wars If…
 
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