December 16, 2017

It Burns When I Pee Episode #0075 “Happy Twinkiesgiving”

In this episode of IBWIP, we celebrate Thanksgiving in our own special way. We spin music from Ray Lawerance Jr.,Fifth on the FloorDeep Fried SquirrelGutt & BuckettOtis Taylor, and The Devil Makes Three. We have another Intern Interview, this time with our good friend Pat and we discuss the Pos-T-Vac company in our Stupid People Doing Stupid Things segment. We even win a free trip to the Bahamas!

Blake, apparently the only person who eats Twinkies as an adult, enjoys his last Hostess treat while recording the show. He even took a picture! Coldbeer yells at our fans about fan feedback and calls Blake a dick. Amish BJ talks about his turkey sex rituals when preparing his Thanksgiving feast, and Blake calls BJ a fat drunk. Blake also discusses how Mollz tried to kill him and Blake and BJ discuss a non emotional orgy.

Don’t forget to send us your fan feedback. If you just started listening to the show or are a long time fan drop us a line and let us know you are listening. You can contact us at blake@ibwip.comamishbj@ibwip.com, or coldbeer@ibwip.com. You can also follow us on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook. Make sure you also subscribe to our Pee-A-Vision youtube page. We will be releasing 2 excellent video interviews in the next few weeks and you don’t want to miss those!

Links from the show: Pos-T-Vac, Stupid People Doing Stupid Things, IBWIP Calendar of Events, IBWIP Survey, Silent Storm Radio, Stitcher.com, Twitter, Facebook, iTunes, blake@ibwip.com

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About Blake Clayton

Also known as “Self Proclaimed The Podcasting God”, Blake is the creator and host of IBWIP. After failed marriages and a failed business venture in plastic sporks, he found that he had a talent (and a face) for podcasting. He is hoping to strike it rich, he started It Burns When I Pee. Over the years, Blake has become a pioneer in the campaign to promote the Roots music and the artists who create it.

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