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July 26th, 2016
Episode 395 of 433 episodes
A woman is in a new relationship with a wonderful man! But! His ex keeps coming around leaving love notes, Victoria's Secret receipts and otherwise marking her territory. How can the caller flush out the intrusive ex? What is the etiquette in asking out a guy at the gym to join you and your husband for a threeway? Should your husband be present for The Ask? On the Magnum, Dan chats with the creators of Tickled- a documentary about a seemingly harmless fetish, that turns strangely sinister. Also, should you go and get that vasectomy already? Dan and author/Professor of Sociology Eric Klinenberg, discuss male vasectomy hangups. This episode of the Savage Lovecast is brought to you by BollandBranch.com: luxury, affordable fair trade certified sheets. Get $50 off a set of sheets plus free shipping by going to BollandBranch.com and enter Savage. Today's episode is also brought to you by Framebridge.com. Send them your art, choose a frame and they'll send you your art beautifully framed and ready to hang. Use the promo code "Savage" for 15% off your first order. This episode is brought to you by Third Love- they make the most comfortable bras ever. Choose a bra from their website, try it for free for 30 days, If you love it, keep it and they’ll charge your card. If you don’t love it, send it back, and your card will not be charged. Start your free trial NOW at www.thirdlove.com/savage.
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