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Within the first three months of launching, raunchy comedy podcast Girls Gotta Eat hit the iTunes Comedy Top 100 list thanks to its hosts no-holds-barred, filter-free opinions and limit-pushing subject matter that may pop up in your own friendship circles and WhatsApp group chats from time to time, eliciting responses of 'thank god I'm not alone!'
The brain child of One Hungry Jew blogger Rayna Greenburg and stand up comedian Ashely Hesseltine, the increasingly popular weekly tell-all session marries comedy, sex, and dating, straight from the heart and minds of these two no-nonsense New York gal pals.
Performance date: 13 January 2022
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