Ep.16 Who's Your Friend? Tuxedo Time Halloween Edition
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In today’s special episode of Tuxedo Time: Halloween Edition; we discuss all things halloween and why Chris HATES it. We wear our costumes while Chris shares his favorite halloween candy as a kid, Becki talks about why Walmart makes her uneasy and the interesting interaction she had while buying a skeleton vulture decoration last year. We also talk about the most terrifying Halloween ride that gave Becki her first ever panic attack thanks to Chris’ antics.

Let us know on twitter what scary movie we should watch! Happy Halloween friends! Stay safe!

Also, we’ve decided to turn Tuxedo Time into a video podcast! If you want to see us in our Tuxedos (aka halloween costumes) while recording you can find us on YouTube!


Watch the Podcast: http://bit.ly/TuxedoTimeYouTube


Links and images from this episode can be found in our show notes: https://www.beckiandchris.com/podcast/episode16


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