Dongtini — Episode 92

June 14, 2013 in Podcast

On this episode: Simone’s harrowing yet ultimately quite successful birth experience, church-sanctioned porn ‘n pancakes, fertility is a bitch, when firemen are in your bedroom and you don’t have any pants on, the “Behind The Candelabra” film is finally here!, ugly babies, Hammerhead vs. foreigners,  the new pope says even atheists can go to heaven, Rob Bell vs. Mark Driscoll, Tony Jones hosts a feminism week, Stephy’s Facebook note hoping to start conversation around misogyny in church, Lolly wails in the background, Taco Bell news, anal massage and hilarious baseball names. #CharlieFurbush 

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Dongtini — Episode 92

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The video on self anal breathing and massage you’ve been looking for!

In this interview, Rob Bell talks to Pete Holmes about hell and how maybe it’s not what we’ve been told it is. 
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Stephy just read this.

Closing song: Bee Gees — “Run To Me”

Dongtini — Episode 26

January 11, 2012 in Podcast

On this episode: our New Year’s Eves, people born with double junk, disrupting the space-time continuum, male masseuses making you feel weird, Simone went to see Vanilla Ice, and the very best/worst/meanest Would You Rather? in Dongtini history.

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Dongtini — Episode 26

Simone’s impression of Stephanie when she saw a handicapped
person wearing a helmet in line for a merry-go-round.
Austin Powers impersonator that so delighted Simone

The trailer for Cool As Ice. A thing of beauty and a joy forever.


Extremely NSFW so we made it so you have to click to see them. You’re welcome.

Click to see the two-wienered man. Click to see two-vagina’d lady. Click to see diphallia.

Breakfast At Tiffany’s trailer. Racism alert at 2:16.

A mash-up of Hollywood racism, old and new.

Click here for tales of Stephanie’s wildly racist former coworker, Hammerhead.


Closing song: Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood — “Summer Wine”