All three of the crew are back for this week’s NSFW conversation that covers old-timey nightcaps, the 80’s classic Porky’s and Gustav’s questionable taste in outdoor magazines.
The boys start off with a little post Christmas clean up talk but soon wander into the story of how Mrs. Gustav did something to lead Gustav into being, as he put it, “not opposed to nightcaps.” This leads then to a discussion about current eighties movies on Netflix, Ty’s love of Vision Quest starring Matthew Modine and Linda Fiorentino, and The Man with One Red Shoe, starring Tom Hanks and the greatness of Dabney Coleman.
Gustav then pulls out a copy of one of his favorite outdoors magazines and shares this issues’s table of contents, many of which with questionable interest to anyone other than Gustav and Heavy. Heavy and Gus then discuss other magazines related to self-sufficiency, homesteading and general 903 interests.
Then attention turns to George DiGionni’s nut kicking display and Gustav recounts the Polynesian’s dad being in a nut kicking contest back in the late sixties. Ty then recalls his odd drive-thru experience and may have just coined the term “frotterist” This leads to frottage, scissoring and tribbing talk with some odd hand gestures that the listener will just have to figure out for themselves.
If you like stories about the stuff Gustav’s kids say, you are in luck because he has two incidents for you this week. Heavy has some questionable recollections about Old Testamant scripture and later denies any knowledge of the “popcorn trick”.
They circle back to eighties movies with a discussion about Porky’s, the hotness of Kim Cattrall and how Porky’s 2 helped Ty in a tough time. To finish off, they respond to an email from one of Gustav’s former work wives.
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