Dongtini — Episode 8

August 30, 2011 in Podcast by dongtini

This time Stephy and Simone talk about bloody sibling brawls and share stripper fascination/disdain, Simone confesses a new love for an objectively horrible song, tells you about time she harassed Jane Wiedlin from the Go-Go’s, and together they describe the Gayest House In LA. Cats and kids are assaulting their respective doors but they are handled quickly, and with severity.

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Peas in a pod
And now the Gayest House in LA aka House of Gaydom. Read the LA Times piece on it and behold the gaeity:
The Gayest House in LA on an average day.
The Gayest House In LA on Michael Jackson’s birthday.
A solitary David in a Beat It jacket
A throne of homage.
Simone on the phone with Stephy telling her about
the Michael Jackson-ified House of Gaydom
Simone’s cat Birdsworth reading up on the House of Gay
And here is the Tim Heidecker/Robert Popper prank call
that makes Stephy laugh-cry:
Closing song: The Gentle Waves—”Falling From Grace”

Dongtini – Episode 7

August 18, 2011 in Podcast by dongtini

In this episode Stephy’s about to leave LA and everyone is sad, so talk turns to happier things like Amy Winehouse dying and morons who buy music just because someone kicked it. Then Stephy confesses two extraordinarily bitchy things she’s done (one was to a roommate and another one was online) and Simone recounts an epic practical joke she pulled, then ponders her dislike of lying, to which Steph cannot relate.

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Sorry, no supplemental material this week, but here’s a bitch, wiener and God all rolled into one:

Michele Bachmann’s snakejaw
Closing song: Supergrass—”Time To Go”

Dongtini – Episode 6

August 8, 2011 in Podcast by dongtini

Just before recording this episode, Stephy and Simone were thwarted by a homeless man’s bare ass. Reconvened, they process the trauma together and recount the previous mint julep-soaked night spent watching YouTube inanity. Then: euphemisms for ladyparts, courtesy of Wikisaurus (who’d have thought?) and to keep the episode from being completely soulless, they discuss the stuff that was fatally embarrassing when they were younger. /end third person blurb

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Behold Tami’s stable-esque guest room door.
Hello, Wilbur.


The million-dollar video that hurts so good: the groundbreaking vanity video for
Chris Dane Owens’ Shine On Me:

(After you’ve seen it once and want to see it again, head over to CDO’s website for a high resolution version.)
A point of bonding for Stephy and Simone: “The ABC’s of Sex Education for Trainables”

And if you needed one last thing, here’s the reason China is leaving us all in the dust: Sixteen girls on one bicycle! If you don’t care for bike tricks, closing your eyes and enjoying the music is just as good.


Closing song: Mr. Bungle—”Stubb (a Dub)”