MRR #28 – Junxed!



On this week’s episode of My Remote Radio… Doc Oz, One-Sheet, and Junk set the record straight with, kick off the Halloween season by talking about their favorite horror films and R.L. Stein’s Goosebumps, and round it all off with an explicit journey through the seedy world of Urban Dictionary sex definitions. And when we say explicit…we mean EXPLICIT. You have been warned!

Hosts: Doc Oz , One-Sheet (@andrewmarcec), Junk (@junkfilm)


The Urban Definiton

Junx:  This word embodies a noun usage when one does not feel like using an objects official name due to laziness, forgetfulness, or when the individual is under any form of intoxication. The word may be repeated twice for further emphasis.

“Where’s my junx at?”

“That junx is crazy!”

“You know you want this junx-junx!”


Posts We Talked About

Ready? Set? Halloween Boo-Zinga 2010!!!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With the kids jingle belling and everyone telling you “Be of good…” (record scratch) Oh screw Christmas, it’s Halloween!!

Goosebumps “Monster Blood”!

“Reader beware, you’re in for a scare….” I loved these Goosebumps growing up. Everything about them was great. Creepy art on the covers, embossed bumps over the Goosebumps title. Even the smell of the pages. Just everything.




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