Thursday, February 22, 2024

Your daily kids news podcast.

Super Rugby gets smart; a zesty festival in France; a toy car hits the track; and a Swift satire.

Super Rugby players are now suiting up with mouthguards that not only protect their pearly whites but also chat with computers to keep their noodles safe. It’s like having a tiny superhero inside your mouth!

Menton, France, is squeezing every drop of fun out of lemons for their annual festival, turning the town into an Olympic-sized citrus spectacle! Imagine lemon statues doing sports – it’s zest-tacular!

A student turned his tiny toy car into a lightning-fast racer, earning him a Guinness World Record!

Squiz-E the Newshound is on the case, debunking a tail-wagging tale about Taylor Swift renting out Disney World. Turns out, it’s just a joke! Remember, kids, not everything you read online is true, especially if it’s about pop stars and theme parks.

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