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Dongtini – Episode 110

July 16, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On today’s show, Simone visits Stephy is Seattle for a laid back recording with Stephy’s primitive set up. Discussed is a disturbing website that pays some sort of tribute to Cameron Diaz, Asexuals are a-ok, the Experience Music Project in Seattle is kinda pretentious, Nirvana appreciation is shared, and rubbery ducky Amazon reviews are shared!

 

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Dongtini – Episode 110

 

Horrifying cum on Cameron Diaz link.

Listener Eugene’s awesome post explaining how privilege works and why those who have it shouldn’t be condemned or feel bad about it, but also shouldn’t be dicks. 

Stephanie appeared on The Friendly Atheist Podcast

41Yz7BvqB7L._SX425_Controversial sideways floating rubber duck by Toysmith, available on Amazon.

Closing song: Nirvana – “Serve The Servants”

Dongtini – Episode 109

July 2, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On today’s show, the ladies cope with aging very well indeed, terrifying toilets are unpacked, dongs and their associates are in the news in Titanic proportions, Women’s Health tells you not to apologise and the proceeds to make you feel bad, daddy/daughter dates make most people uncomfortable and getting trapped in a room with a zombie is fun!

 

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Dongtini – Episode 109


Kiwi DECK sealant commercial! They can’t say “deck” properly!

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The sperm extraction machine!

See if Trapped in a Room with a Zombie is happening in your town!

Screenshot_2014-06-23-13-01-30Simone’s Android music library appears to have been Rick Rolled as songs with missing artwork appeared like this.

Closing song: Rick Astley – “Never Gonna Give You Up”

Dongtini – Episode 108

June 19, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On today’s show, Simone recounts seeing the last living Bee Gee, Barry Gibb and meeting Olivia-Newton John, the horror show of Brian Wilson’s rap song “Smart Girls” is discussed, Stephy quizzes Simone on kissing someone who was on Mad Men, excessive apologies are explored, the legitimacy of medical information conveyed with bad web design, and mass shootings suck so hard, but ones that go unreported are discussed. Cock!

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Dongtini – Episode 108

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Simone and Olivia Newton-John!

60 Minutes story on Brian Wilson’s relationship with Dr Landy might help explain

the atrocity “Smart Girls” which played at the end of episode 106!

Patrice O’Neal on white people vs black people going missing.

 

Closing song: Bee Gees – “Run To Me”

Dongtini — Episode 107

May 29, 2014 in Podcast, taco bell by dongtini

On this episode: We review the penis museum documentary The Final Member, breaking news on the mystery ingredients in Taco Bell’s “meat,” the mistaken premise of Jeopardy!, things we’ve changed our minds on (dongs are not on the list), Stephanie’s obsession with Seattle music “sensation” Rod Danz, more and more misplaced logic, a listener voicemail about being raised a demon-fearing Jenovah’s Witness, Simone sings a creepy children’s song about a log, and a special off-the-record one-sided conversation.

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Dongtini – Episode 107

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Quincy on his first birthday wearing Hungry Caterpillar made by Simone.

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Simone, Quincy, and his new father, Brandon Walsh.

Back Camera

Simone attempting the Michael J. Fox side smile in year 8, age 13.

Rod Danz is the Tommy Wiseau of the Seattle music scene. Please enjoy his music here on his…yes…his MySpace page.

Rod Danz in a motor vehicle.

Rod Danz in a motor vehicle.

 

Closing song: Takako Minekawa — “Fantastic Cat”

Dongtini — Episode 106

April 30, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: Simone was forced to ride something even bigger than a stretched Hummer, Stephy is terrified her boss will find pictures of hot dogs on her hard drive, and we marvel at the Wu-Tang wiener saga. Also: fun mental health updates, third-world outreach, an embarrassment of dong riches, pedophilia rehabilitation, “Nobody judges a thumb,” fragrant memory associations, and the Bartman. “Do you have a minute for the environment?” “NO.”

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Dongtini – Episode 106

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The ridiculous car Simone rode in in Las Vegas.

Imaginary Author fragrance

 Simone’s beloved fragrance The Soft Lawn by Imaginary Authors. Click here to visit their website and

learn about Claude LeCoq, Lenora Blumburg, Devante Valereo and more!

Here is the Tarred and Feathered piece on pedophiles on This American Life.

Closing song: Brian Wilson — “Smart Girls”

Dongtini — Episode 105

April 18, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: Stephy’s disdain for naked playdates at the Korean spa, Simone explores her wet bread phobia, and we read real headlines about a cartwheeling dong. Also: the Fender Wangcaster, more World Vision wankery, our collective low self-esteem, and yet another Dong In The News™.

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Dongtini – Episode 105

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Click here for dick pic that looks like a branch!

 Simone lays out her wet bread issues in this wet bread post.

Click here for the naked acrobat in San Francisco BART station!

Closing song: Brigitte Bardot — “Ne Me Laisse L’aimer”

Dongtini — Episode 104

March 28, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: a Very Jesus Dongtini™ in which atheist Simone reads a Christian email forward and Stephy is pissed about the World Vision bullshit. Also: Mark Driscoll’s “apology,” atheism for Lent, a Sonic Youth debate, Harry Potter’s wiener, Kevin Trudeau, words we hate, and a monumental new development in Simone’s Pasta Sauce Drive has transpired.

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Dongtini – Episode 104

A Young Doctor’s Notebook starring Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe can be found on Netflix streaming!

Kevin Trudeau Infomercial – “Your Wish Is Your Command”

Here is your one stop shop for Mars Hill semblances of apology: Mark Driscoll’s apologyJeff Breakfast’s apology, former Mars Hill pastor’s apologies, and former Mars Hill pastors call for an evacuation of Mars Hill.

 

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Dongtini sponsors kids in need! Choose a charity! Both are great, but one can’t be forced to discriminate against gays.

Plan-internationalPlan is the secular organisation through which Simone sponsors a child (she signed up since the recording!) and has sponsored through previously. Click on the image to sponsor a child today!

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World Vision is the Christian Organisation through which Stephy sponsors a child. Click on the image to sponsor a child today!

Closing song: Handsome Family — “Far From Any Road”

Dongtini — Episode 103

March 14, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: our mixed and complicated emotions around Daylight Savings Time, our mixed and complicated emotions about God’s benevolance, you can learn juicy shit about your guy friends from the Lulu app, Simone yelled at a litterer, email forwarding idiocy still exists after all these years, and we are amused by irresponsible abuses of the 911 system.

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Dongtini – Episode 103

 Story on Iris Law taking ecstasy at Danny Goffey’s son’s party.

Simone was the guest on episode 10 back in December! She sang a lot more than she ever should. Click the image to listen!

 

 This lady’s need to get boned is an emergency.

 

 Closing song: Weird Al Yankovic — “Stop Forwarding That Crap To Me”

Dongtini — Episode 102

February 25, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: discontinued food product nostalgia, our official summit on Portlandia, Simone reads a douchey letter from a douchey promoter, Stephy is scolded by a pastor who is also a convicted sex offender, problems with hippies, beards are screwing with Proctor & Gamble, banned baby names in Mexico, and a man makes the ultimate sacrifice for an Icelandic penis museum. Also: WordHate, Dongs in the News, and Taco Bell News: A Personal Edition.

 

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Dongtini – Episode 102

 

Help Simone revive her favourite pasta sauce by writing to Classico and/or locating it in your local supermarket. Contact Simone via her email address in the sidebar if you have any information on the whereabouts of this national treasure.

WHERE DID YOU GO?

 

Trailer for ‘The Final Member”, a film about acquiring a human dong for a dong museum.

 

 

Closing song: Phyllis Dillon — “We Belong Together”

Dongtini — Episode 101

February 12, 2014 in Podcast by dongtini

On this episode: the ever-increasing douchery of Flea, the perils of Woody Allen fandom, Simone is front row at Barry Gibb, Stephy vs. Bono apologists, Simone perused internet cats at the internet cat video film festival, and a very special flagrant Dong In The News. “I think Hermione could have done better than either of them,” said Simone. Understanding the distrust of evolution is explored (probably your own fault) and what Stephy means by saying every experience is valid.


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Dongtini – Episode 101

Kittybagel the eyelid-less sunglass-wearing cat can be stalked at http://instagram.com/kittybagel.

 

Somehow Gregg scored the seats only reserved for sultans and monarchs at the Hollywood Bowl for the Barry Gibb concert. Magical.

If you don’t understand how we know the age of the earth and think you need some kind of faith to believe the science, this might clear things up for you. Narrator can be a bit of a dick and may sound insulting to your intelligence, but grow a pair, suck it up, and just stay tuned to the facts.

 

This site might hurt your feelings. Below is the post on the Backfire Effect.

The Backfire Effect

Dong from the news

Axl’s response to the Chili Peppers.

Closing song: The Figgs — “Je T’adore”