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July 5th, 2016
Episode 392 of 433 episodes
The ins and outs of HUMP! Dan chats with Hump! Producer Tracey Cataldo about the Hump! Film Festival- what kinds of films you can expect to watch and how to make the kind of porn we want to see. What to do when your open relationship comes to a screeching halt? A married woman has been getting it on with her married female friend, but neither husband can handle it. Should they continue in secret? On the Magnum, It’s Emily Galati, live at our show in Madison, Wisconsin. This is some seriously funny shit, people. Listen. Learn. Laugh. Also, why do all the men in this woman’s life have a problem with her adorable, fuzzy, little teacup puppy hopping up on the bed to sniff around when they’re trying to fuck? 206-302-2064 This episode is also brought to you by Squarespace.com. They make it easy to build a website or blog. Give it a whirl, and if you want to buy it, use the code Savage for a 10% discount and free web domain registration This episode is also brought to you by Club W- the wine club that helps you to choose wine that suits your taste and ships it right to your door. For 50% off your first order, go to ClubW.com/Savage. Today’s episode is also brought to you by Blue Apron the delivery service that sends you fresh ingredients and incredible recipes so you can make fabulous meals at home. Check out this week’s menu and get your first 3meals free by going to Blue Apron.com/savage.
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