This, That, Or The Other: Archaic British Insults Edition Contestants try not to be total shabbaroons as they guess whether a word is a music festival, a children's television show, or a 19th-century British insult.
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This, That, Or The Other: Archaic British Insults Edition

This, That, Or The Other: Archaic British Insults Edition

This, That, Or The Other: Archaic British Insults Edition

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Contestants Dan Predoehl and Diana Hirota play games on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Dan Predoehl and Diana Hirota play games on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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Contestants try not to be total shabbaroons as they guess whether a word is a music festival, a children's television show, or a 19th-century British insult.

Heard on John Cameron Mitchell: Getting Shrill.