January 19, 2018

IBWIP Episode #0184 “Vape Docking”

We are very excited about the direction that IBWIP is heading and this episode is a perfect example. Blake talks a little about seeing Fifth On The Floor one last time and how he can’t stand how audiences act at shows.

Intern Heather, Big E, Locks of Love Jason, and Blake start things off with some news stories that include a man who gets his penis stuck in a tape roll and we discuss Yahoo’s Sweet 16 comedy characters of TV since 2000. Heather explains about how a vagina accounts for 85% of being a woman. We also discuss how the show Friends and easily be a priority over sex.

We continue our vape juice series by reviewing No Name Craft E-Juice. Big E fills his RDA to join Blake in reviewing the 4 flavor line of premium high VG juice. Blake uses a Smurf’s nipple to help describe one flavor (in a good way) and the guys end the segment with a good ol fashion Vape Dock.

Blake has some assfirmation that he goes over with the gang and we learn that Heather can be a Darth Vader or a Stormtrooper in the bed room. In Master Piss Theater Jason provides us with some famous quotes from Hamlet which leads to a discussion about lockjaw and gang bangs. And finally we remind everyone that “Drugs Are Bad”

Music By: Fifth On The Floor

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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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