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Most Recent Episode
Whormones Podcast Ep69- Baby Death Rattle With Jason Rouse
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It's episode 69! We did it! We can giggle like teenagers again! And man, get ready to LAUGH -- our guest this week is comedian Jason Rouse. Born in Ontario, Jason has been touring all over the world for around 20 years. His comedy is high intensity shock for which he has been recognized across the globe. He has appeared everywhere from your local yukshack to tours in renowned festivals in the UK. He's appeared in multiple publications both in the US and abroad, and has been compared in NOW Magazine to an "evil Jim Carrey." Most recently you can find him on "Andrew Dice Clay's the blue show," and you can also buy Jason's album "Rotten," which is available on his website. Requesting a Foley artist for his episode was just the first move of his on this uptempo episode. We talked Trump, dual citizenship and wedding proposals. Jaqi made the mistake of sharing her view on the impracticality of hair, and both of the girls admit to accidental sex with homeless people. We discuss some great horror films that have allowed social media to enter the genre. The three of us debate the true hackneyed stripper shoe. Jason admits a lack of passion for sports as we talk the native origins of Canada's national pasttime. We finish up the conversation with discussions of Christmas Tradition, and Alia plays with the idea of a career change, as we discuss Lewis Black's balls. All this wrapped up by Alia learning how to be a lady at a wedding, with a reading from "The Art of Being a Lady," by Hannah Pryor. (And to answer the question raised, the copyright is 2013.) find Jason Rouse jasonrouse.com twitter.com/jasonrouse666 Have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer, or discuss? Send us an email at- firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Facebook (http://facebook.com/whormonespodcast) DM us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/WhormonePodcast) Please subscribe and rate/review us on… iTunes: http://ow.ly/9rtD3024G6z Stitcher: http://ow.ly/P9RA3024GnP Spreaker: http://ow.ly/Npe63024Gi8 TuneIn: http://ow.ly/Eg3V3024GtO Soundcloud: http://ow.ly/CGnJ3024GuD Google Play: http://ow.ly/tZVk3024GGh Don’t forget you can also find us on our awesome network, The Misfits Podcast Network! About the Whormones Podcast The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder a