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The Pleasure Is Ours
24 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Does "Slow and Steady Win the Race?"
If William Shatner -- cast as Star Trek's Captain Kirk at age 35 -- blasting off into orbit at 90 years old as the oldest man in space isn't proof that "slow and steady wins the race"... then what is?! When it comes to physical fitness, self-described "jackhammer" Adam says that vigorous lifting is the best way to get in shape, while Blake argues that leisurely "marathon-ish" runs are more effective. But jackhammering your way into a potential partner's love life? That's a surefire way to destroy a relationship.Slow and steady? Fast and chaotic? How much red meat does William Shatner eat?? All questions are answered in this season's final episode of The Pleasure Is Ours. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
22 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
Is "Failure the Best Teacher?"
Is failure the best teacher -- or is it just a substitute mentor for success? After all, sucking at skateboarding never got Adam anywhere with the hobby, and being a naturally gifted baseball player is exactly what got him on the team. That is, until he got hit by that cement truck... But perhaps different rules apply in the bedroom. Blake thought that Halloween would be the perfect catalyst for making pirate-role-play a part of his everyday sex life, and Adam "hypothetically" reminisces about that one time he tried his luck with a bowling pin. And while both endeavors failed, there were valuable lessons to be learned, indeed.In this episode, the fellas discuss the age old adage, "Failure is the best teacher" -- and try to improve upon it in the process. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
3 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
A Holiday Hiatus!
The Pleasure Is Ours is taking a brief break for the rest of December! But before the boys come back to amend more bad advice in January, they have some words of holiday wisdom to impart... Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
21 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
Do "Good Things Come in Small Packages?"
Do "Good Things Come in Small Packages" -- or is that just some shit we say to justify a movie like Rudy? Sure, he inspired an entire graduating class to chant his name and convince Coach Devine to let him on the football field -- but Notre Dame didn't actually need that sack, did they? Similarly, that bow-wrapped envelope under the Christmas tree could contain a crisp hundo if you grew up driving a Corvette to high school -- but if you grew up poor like Blake did, it's probably just gum.This week on The Pleasure Is Ours, the guys get academic with a thought-provoking discussion on classical renaissance sculpture. And by that, we mean they talk about how small David's dick is. Like, did Michaelangelo not give him enough time to chub up before sculpting began -- or had David just come in from a freezing bout of ancient Greek CrossFit?? Either way, self-identifying "small packaged" Adam Devine says, "go off, king." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
24 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Is It Okay to "Bite Off More Than You Can Chew"?
While some might ponder the versatility of the phrase, "don't bite off more than you can chew," the guys on this podcast get literal...quick. So in this week's food-themed-episode of The Pleasure Is Ours, Kyle ponders whether caramel might be the stickiest thing a person could put in one's mouth while Blake reminisces a childhood affinity for shoving mozzarella sticks down his throat. And although Adam insists he's been able to "chew everything he's bitten," the fellas remind him of the time in his life when hosting the MTV movie awards and filming Game Over, Man turned a private jet afterparty into Snoozeville '98. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
26 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
Should You Ever "Judge a Book by its Cover?"
They say you should never judge a book by its cover—the same way you can't tell the size of a dude's junk just by the amount of big dick energy he gives off. With that said, sometimes the dude with the sketchy face tattoo is just that: straight-up sketch. And as Blake once learned: The Great Gatsby is, indeed, as boring as it looks. In this week's Ders-less episode of The Pleasure Is Ours (our fourth co-host is big-timing us shooting a movie with Bobby DeNiro), the boys argue over the role that judgment plays in an overly saturated cultural landscape. On the one hand, it's efficient! After all, who has the time to consume everything out there? It's easier to assume that Ders' affection for American Psycho automatically makes him a serial killer. But on the other hand, you may never discover just how wild Velma from Scooby Doo can get once she takes her glasses off...So quick! Grab your circa-2003 Gateway laptop and type in Boobs.com—it's time for some arthemedick. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
27 minutes | Nov 4, 2021
Does "Practice Make Perfect?"
Obviously, practicing is the only way to get good at something, but can it really make you perfect? ...And is perfection something we should be striving for anyway? Perhaps sometimes...it's better to just give up. In this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, we enumerate the many skills the boys have failed to hone over the years: cup stacking, hacky-sacking, skateboarding, and video games. But all is not lost: while Kyle swears he's perfected "the JO," Anders indeed promises that, with enough practice, anyone can strap a ball-gag on their face with one hand. Also, does Adam jizz to his own jokes? Press play and find out. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
25 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Are There "Plenty of Fish In The Sea"?
Are there "plenty of fish in the sea"—or is the age-old saying meant to convey that we have no shot with humans and should stick our dicks in the ocean? In this episode of The Pleasure Is Ours, the fellas dissect that piece of advice meant to mend a broken heart, "There are plenty of fish in the sea," and see if they can amend the outdated adage for 2021. Along the way, Kyle recalls getting his amphibian-fuck on downloading the Plenty of Fish app, and Adam tells us how he sexually tongue-sliced his way into his new wife's fish-heart while playing Fruit Ninja on an airplane. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
26 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Is "Don't Quit Your Day Job" An All-Out Burn?
Is "Don't Quit Your Day Job" decent advice...or just a not-so-subtle way to tell someone you think they suck? Well, who better to debate the matter at hand than our Season 2 hosts, the dudes from Workaholics?! Join Adam "Boner Breaker" Devine, Anders "Nipple Play" Holm, Blake "Handjob Assassin" Anderson, and Kyle "Sneakin' In The Shadows" Newacheck as they find the subtle nuances to the phrase through a discussion of whether a "sexy" spinoff of Workaholics could succeed -- or if they should just stick to their day jobs of hosting podcasts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
2 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
SEASON 2: With New Hosts—The Dudes From WORKAHOLICS!
ANNOUNCING SEASON 2 of THE PLEASURE IS OURS!Good news, everyone: The Pleasure Is Ours -- the hilarious podcast from Trojan and iHeartMedia -- is back with SEASON 2 to continue blowing up the worst life tips! This season is hosted by none other than the guys from Comedy Central's Workaholics, and the hosts of iHeartRadio's This Is Important: Adam Devine, Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Kyle Newacheck. In each episode of TPIO, the guys pick apart the dumbest notions that young men and women are exposed to as they come of age, with topics ranging from work to sex, entertainment, and social media. And whether or not you find their countering advice of any actual help, at least their ridiculous analysis is funny as hell. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
47 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Noel Miller: “If You Don't Have Anything Nice To Say, Don't Say Anything At All”?
People claim that “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” And you know who might need to hear this? The random YouTube commentor who called Cody a “gay rabbit-ass looking f***.” It’s 2020, people; let’s normalize gay rabbits! On the season finale of The Pleasure is Ours, Cody is joined by his bestie — director, rapper, actor, and YouTube sensation, Noel Miller. While the boys concede that throwing a playful amount of shade has ultimately benefited their careers, they would never advocate legit cruelty. There’s certainly no excuse for dunking on someone over something they can’t fix, but if you need to drop truth bombs on a friend to prevent them from making an unforced error like a Deathly Hallows lower back tat, then that’s ultimately a good thing. We’re all too concerned with hurting each other’s feelings, and that’s how you wind up with a white friend with dreadlocks. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
46 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Rich Brian: Why “Everything Happens For A Reason” Needs To Go
I mean, sure, “everything happens for a reason,” but isn’t that kind of like saying, “water is wet?” On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, host Cody Ko is joined by rapper, musician, and hilarious internet personality Rich Brian in a discussion that pins the concept of fate against those of hard work and determination. As someone who taught himself English and then got famous using the internet in Indonesia (a country that had previously restricted internet access), Rich Brian might very well be the authority on this subject. “Everything happens for a reason” is a pretty lazy piece of consolation for someone facing hard times, so Cody and Brian put their heads together to come up with some more helpful advice. And if you assume that their heady discussion about fate and destiny doesn’t somehow involve the 2 Girls 1 Cup video...you’d be wrong. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
46 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
Demi Adejuyigbe: Why “Don’t Shit Where You Eat” Might Be Shitty Advice
They say “don’t shit where you eat,” but most of our social circles largely consist of the people we work with. Well...shit! On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, Cody is joined by comedian slash writer Demi Adejuyigbe (Gilmore Guys, The Good Place, The Amber Ruffin Show) to discuss the complexities of dating a coworker. When power dynamics are at play, the boys agree that could be a recipe for a lawsuit — but all things being equal, when exactly should you entertain the notion of taking things to the next level with your cubicle crush? Hint: There’s a distinction to be made between shitting where you eat and “defecating where you dine.” (We can all agree that both wipe jobs and workplace encounters shouldn’t be one and dones.) Speaking of shit and all things shitty, why did Justin Bieber block Cody on Twitter? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
44 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Yung Gravy: Why “Age Is Just A Number” Is Complicated
They say “age is just a number,” but if you’re dating someone way younger you might have to do some young people stuff by proxy. Like learn a TikTok dance. And if you’re dating someone old as f***, you might have to get used to eating dinner at 4:45pm. On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, Cody is joined by platinum certified rapper, producer, and MILF connoisseur Yung Gravy, to discuss the intricacies of pursuing younger or older partners. Gravy’s done both. At the same time, too (apparently, it’s called a threesome). But is age “just a number” when it comes to life in general? Gravy argues that it’s never too late to reinvent yourself, whereas Cody wants to call it a day at 30. Plus, Gravy dishes about the time he once helped a teen overcome bullying — by sleeping with her mom. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
37 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Emma Chamberlain: Why You Shouldn’t “Always Play Hard To Get”
“Playing hard to get” can be extremely subjective. One person’s “I think they’re playing hard to get” is another’s “I’m thinking about getting a restraining order, and changing all the locks in my house.” But isn’t there something kind of refreshing about sincerity and laying your feelings bare without pretense? On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, Cody is joined by YouTuber and podcaster Emma Chamberlain (TIME Next 100 and one of the 25 Most Influential People on the Internet) to disprove and then tweak this bit of advice for the modern-era. Hint: There’s a way to not be a creep about it. Speaking of laying it all out there, Cody gets candid about the time a very famous rockstar’s daughter friendzoned him in public. And honestly? That’s some next level playing hard to get! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
40 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Chad and JT: Why “Opposites Attract” Doesn’t Always Work
No one’s disputing the fact that opposites can attract—but is it a recipe for longevity in a relationship? Or is the smarter play to have some things in common with your partner... On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours, Cody goes deep with comedians Chad and JT—two benevolent SoCal bros with a shared love of house parties, bomb Mexican food, and tackling life head-on from a place of “stoke.” While the boys concede that some differences in a relationship are navigable (Chad is a surfer, JT prefers bodyboarding) others are simply insurmountable dealbreakers—like dating someone who doesn’t love poké bowls. Plus, in light of the podcast being sponsored by Trojan, Chad and JT bring the legendary insightfulness that they usually reserve for city council meetings in the Newport Beach area by pitching brand new names for condoms (“Hog Tie,” anyone?). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
36 minutes | Oct 8, 2020
Tim Dillon: Why “Nice Guys Finish Last” Isn’t Right
Do nice guys actually finish last? If so, how can a “nice guy” go from finishing last to finishing inside a consenting adult? On this episode of The Pleasure is Ours with Cody Ko, Cody sits down with comedian Tim Dillon who hypothesizes that the word “nice” is actually devoid of any real meaning in today’s lexicon, and as a result, has become a catch-all, failsafe descriptor we all abuse. Tim unflinchingly holds a mirror up to himself and gets candid about the ways in which being a little terrible and a little selfish have actually benefited him and his career. Plus, Tim divulges the one quality that’s ultimately way more important to him than niceness in a prospective partner. Speaking of “nice,” Tim wonders if anyone with locks as luscious as Cody is capable of caring about another human being, and honestly? We’re not sure. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
42 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Drew Gooden: Why "Fake It Till You Make It" Is Misleading
"Fake it till you make it” might be one of the most clichéd, textbook pearls of wisdom you’re guaranteed to encounter in this life. But is this advice actually going to help you when pursuing a job opportunity for which you're less than qualified, or dating a Vegan when you can't stand vegetables? On the first episode of The Pleasure is Ours with Cody Ko, Cody sits down with comedian and YouTuber Drew Gooden to dissect the few merits of faking it till you make it, and the many ways in which doing so could potentially blow up in your face. Drew offers his unique perspective on everything from faking his way through a job that required an extensive knowledge of power tools, to feigning confidence with an attractive stranger he met on Vine — a stranger that is now his wife. Plus, Cody and Drew ponder whether anyone has ever faked an orgasm while masturbating (and now you’re thinking about it too). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
2 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Introducing: The Pleasure Is Ours, hosted by Cody Ko
We’ve all been led astray by bad advice — whether from a misguided parent, an ignorant mentor, or common misconceptions gossiped in high school hallways. Thankfully, The Pleasure Is Ours, the new comedic podcast from Trojan and iHeartMedia, is here to blow up the worst life tips. In each episode, host CODY KO invites a special guest on board to act as the older brothers (or sister) you never had, picking apart the dumbest notions that a young man or woman might be exposed to as they come of age, with topics ranging from work, to sex, to entertainment, to social media. And even if their countering advice is of no actual help, their biting analysis is undeniably funny as hell. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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