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Still Buffering

By Sydnee McElroy, Rileigh Smirl and Teylor Smirl

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Join real-life sisters Sydnee McElroy (Sawbones), Teylor Smirl and Rileigh Smirl as they help bridge the gap between the teenagers of yesterday and today. "How do you party?" "What do I do with all this hair?" Still Buffering has the answer.

Customer Reviews

Great time!

These women know how to have a great time sharing how different and similar they are.

Regarding the Facebook group controversy.

As many other reviews have pointed out, there have been tensions on Facebook groups. This is due to concerns regarding alleged unintentional racism, most notably Justin McElroy’s one-time “Glass Shark” accent resembling that of a Creole man’s. The Smol and McElroy families have made attempts to address, apologize, and resolve these issues. However, it would seem that doing so only increases controversy within these communities as many of their members deem that they have not gone far enough, sending even stronger-worded messages with regards to these issues.

I certainly will not pretend to be the one true voice of reason regarding whether these situations are malignant or not. However, based on my personal findings and interpretations, these issues are more or less minute and inconsequential, and their reactions to these criticisms reasonably met.

Nostalgia and Now

This podcast is a wonderful trip down memory lane for adults of all ages while, simultaneously, is informative of the social norms of teens today. This podcast is really for everyone. I think Abe Simpson said it best: “I used to be with ‘it’ but then they changed what ‘it’ was. Now what I’m with isn’t ‘it’ and what’s ‘it’ seems weird and scary to me. It’ll happen to you.”

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