DTWF #86 – Blueberry tart, raunchy silverware, and tell someone you know

Jon couldn’t join us tonight, but here’s a new episode hot off the presses! Listen to hear all about Justin’s newest sex toy, Andrea’s newest medical condition, and Dan’s newest Public Service Announcement.

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16 Responses to “DTWF #86 – Blueberry tart, raunchy silverware, and tell someone you know”

  1. Jon Cole says:

    WHAT HAPPENED TO JON!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? now your going to have people all across the us worried sick! at least… there should be! in any case i hope he gets better, what ever it is.

    i also wanted to mention… DAN!!!
    i heard you say “Button Button… whos got the button!?” and the helps you gain many points in my book! i say the phrase and KNOW!!! its from willy wonka, and when i say it, no one knows what the hell i am talking about!

    but as usual, when im listening i think of 1,000 things to say, but when it actually comes down to it, i dont really remember anything!
    Love all yall (which is plural for yall(which you guys said twice in this episode!)) take care!

    ~Jon Cole ^.^

  2. Joey says:

    Greetings from Overland Park, KS! (just outside Kansas City)

    Great show! Loved the story about the sex toy! When DOES it go up for auction? Cause now that you talked about turning the shaft part inside out, it gave me ideas. 🙂 Just kidding…. really…..well, sorta…ok, maybe.

    Keep up the great job… oh, and totally fabu boobies, Andrea!!

    Much love,
    Joey aka Romeo

  3. Brian from Vancouver says:

    Great show guys, but I certainly hope this is not too late, but that Jelly vag is TOXIC! Allow me to share… According to a fantastic sex podcast “Sex Is Fun” using these Jelly toys are frighteningly dangerous. these toys are manufactured with Phthalates.
    The only kind of sex toys you should be using are SILICONE or metal!
    Phthalates are rumored to cause some forms of Cancer. Do you really want those chemicals on yer cock?
    do some reading before you bang that thing my friend! Just thought you should know!

    From the Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phthalates

    Health effects
    Phthalates are controversial because high doses of many phthalates have shown hormonal activity in rodent studies. Studies on rodents involving large amounts of phthalates have shown damage to the liver, the kidneys, the lungs, and the developing testes. On the other hand, one Japanese study involving juvenile primates (marmosets) did not observe testicular effects (Tomonari et al, The Toxicologist, 2003). Research published in 2006 by Joint Research Centre, Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, and European Chemicals Bureau has found that two of the suspected dangerous phthalates banned by EU legislation – diisononyl phthalate (DINP) and diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP) – show no risks to human health or the environment for any current use.[citation needed]

    2004 – a joint Swedish-Danish research team found a very strong link between allergies in children and the phthalates DEHP and BBzP.[3]

    2004 – On the other hand, a study by Children’s National Medical Center and George Washington University found no adverse effects in adolescents who had been exposed to phthalates as neonates. The study measured both physical characteristics and chemical characteristics of the subjects.[4]

    2005 – study reported that phthalates may mimic the female hormone oestrogen (see xenoestrogens), and cause “feminisation” of baby boys. Phthalates and Baby Boys: Potential Disruption of Human Genital Development. Barrett JR. Environ Health Perspect. 2005 Aug; 113(8): A542.

    In the study by the University of Missouri in Columbia, urine samples were collected from pregnant women in four United States cities. All were found to have levels of phthalate residues in their urine[citation needed]. Upon birth of the children whose mother’s urine had been previously measured, the genital features and anogenital distance were measured and correlated with the residue levels in the mother’s urine. In boys, the highest levels of residue were seven times more likely to have a shortened anogenital distance.[5]There was also a correlation between heightened residue levels and smaller penis sizes. Boys with smaller penises were more likely to have testes that didn’t descend properly into the scrotum.

    The reaction of the public to the results study has been criticized[6]by STATS, a non-profit research organization affiliated with George Mason University. Critics claim that the methodology used, including a small, homogeneous study group that was not pulled from a wide variety of regions, cannot be used to definitively claim widespread problems related to phthalates. The criticism also states that the media overstated the findings in the report.

    2006 – Two of the most commonly used phthalates (DINP and DIDP) are declared “safe” at current levels of use by EU research scientists.[7][8] Environmental impact, chronic and acute health effects in consumers (both adults and infants) and in chemical workers, have all been assessed and found to pose no risk. The rigorous EU risk assessments, which include a high degree of conservatism and built-in safety factors, have been carried out under the strict supervision of the European Commission and provide a clear scientific evaluation on which to judge whether a particular substance can be safely used. The research is the culmination of ten years of study into the suspect phthalates and goes against the previous conclusions and precautionary measures adopted by the EU government.

    The authors of a study of Finnish boys with undescended testis hypothesized, based on their findings, that exposure to a combination of phthalates and anti-androgenic pesticides may have contributed to their condition.[9]

    2007 – a cross-sectional study of U.S. males conducted by researchers at Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry concluded that urine concentrations of four phthalate metabolites correlate with waist size and three phthalate metabolites correlate with the cellular resistance to insulin, a precursor to Type II diabetes. The authors note the need for follow-up longitudinal studies.[10]

  4. Brian from Vancouver says:

    as a follow up
    also from the wiki – directly relates to my comment about your toxic vag…

    Phthalates are also frequently used in nail polish, fishing lures, adhesives, caulk, paint pigments, and sex toys made of so-called “jelly rubber.” Some vendors of jelly rubber sex toys advise covering them in condoms when used internally, due to the possible health risks. Other vendors do not carry jelly rubber sex toys, in favor of phthalate-free varieties.[1] The Dutch office of Greenpeace UK sought to encourage the European Union to ban sex toys that contained phthalates.[2]

  5. Renee from Philly says:

    Holy sh**t! Justin!!! How are you a millionaire?? anyway… Does anyone have a link to the DTWF Facebook Groups? I can only find one.

  6. Crizzer says:

    i was listening to past episodes and was wondering what the ok thing was about? it kinda sounds like the teacher from south park?
    funny shit!

  7. Dan says:


  8. Anonymous says:

    hey, more like concerned citizen. I don’t want Justin’s dick falling off from fucking a jelly Vag! Just tryin to help!

  9. Jon Cole says:

    well i guess we know who anonymous is now… or i could be wrong. lol

  10. Sergio says:

    Brian (aka Anonymous) is right, phthalates are bad. but jeez, dude…no one wants to read your dissertation! ease up on the copy-n-paste. keep shit brief and people might actually read it all.

    PSBTW, hard plastic and glass are also safe materials for toys, in addition to metal and silicone. all can be sterilized quickly with a 5-10% bleach solution.

  11. AmberKB says:

    Just an FYI…the link to Lumbar Roll? It doesn’t work. Hasn’t worked for quite some time now.

  12. Justin says:

    Yikes.. all fixed now! Here’s a link.

    P.S. I’m not a millionaire.. yet. 😉

  13. Brian from Vancouver says:

    yeah, my work computer has my signature on it, my home computer didn’t. oops my bad. Sorry about the over-zealous copy and paste. Again… my bad. Shall we go for three? I’ll see what I can do. is it tacky to reference another podcast on this forum? If so… THREE FOR THREE!!! My bad
    Love you guys. Love your buttholes

  14. Jon Cole says:

    so, no one is really commenting, but hopefully there will be another show here soon anyway, but i just wanted to say, I’m catching up, and LOVING it! listening to my DVD, Love the Bonus Material! so every one! get the merchandise! it helps every one out and is fun! im going to get the T-shirt Noj next! SO HIT THE DTWF Store! especially for the dvd!!!

  15. boomchikiboom says:

    Jon cole,

    fyi the button, button, button, who’s got the button was from alice in wonderland. tweedle Dee & tweedle Dum.

    two cents

  16. Jon Cole says:

    ill have to check that, but i do know for a fact that it is in Willy Wonka the one without Jonny Depp and its in the room where Violet Bullreguard eats the Fabulous Three Course Meal Chewing Gum, because right before the gum is made wonka says “Button, Button, Who’s got the Button?” charlie taps him, “It’s over there.” “Here?” wonka replies so i know for a fact it is in there, but hey, it as well could be in Alice in Wonderland as well, but i dont know, but the main point is, I use that phrase and no one else i know personally does, so when i use it others see lost… then i have to explain it and… noJ

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