Northern California-based Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner Karissa Knurowski’s got splinters, powerful perspectives and makes her victorious reentry in the Pews.
The episode commences with Glenn’s recitation of the Boomtown Rats’ song “I Don’t Like Mondays” and Tauny’s of Rebecca Black’s “Friday”. We hear of how Cory’s release provided better makeup remover, conservative commentator Wayne Allen Root’s messed-up take on the revelation that Steven Spielberg’s daughter Mikaela is going into the adult film industry, the impending bankruptcy of the Boys Scouts of America, our co-hosts Grandma’s respective advice on sex and drugs, why Jude Law’s and John Malkovich’s HBO series “The New Pope” is so Sex in the Pews, why women mark their men and leave posessions behind, of a biting assault Tauny suffered from a former lover, George Carlin’s view of tits and of Karissa’s all-time favorite TV show “Weeds”. Speaking of weeds, we go deep in the weeds on the evolution of Karissa’s recent relationship, how it has impacted her, how pivotal Rumi’s “The wound is the place where the light enters” has been, about people who come into our lives being our mirrors, why the ladies find uncut penises attractive and useful, double penetration, plus so much more insight, inspiration and fun! It ain’t going to be boring.
NSFW or children. Strong Sexual Content, Language, Humor, Insight and Condemnation of Religion.
A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.