Why does leaving a funeral home feel like walking out of a liquor store? What do dead bodies feel like? What do you do when you find yourself bawling at a roller rink on a blind date? What do you do when you have to scratch your dying father's balls because he's hallucinating and lost feeling in his hands? With a new guest every other week, Brice Klein (haver of dead parents) tries to demystify death just a little more. Ideally in a way that makes you laugh and not just feel super depressed.
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Great podcast! Love the conversations. While the subject matter is difficult, I appreciate the willingness to talk about it.
My new favorite podcast! Heartwarming, heartbreaking, comforting and painfully relatable. Plastic Urn is beautifully created. I’m looking forward to the rest of the season.
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Plastic Urns launched 6 months ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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