Dongtini
1 oz faith, 1 oz disbelief, .5 oz class, .5 oz of crass, shaken. Add a splash of whipped cream vodka, gently stir with a dong, and garnish with Taco Bell hot sauce and you have a Dongtini*. * actual Dongtini recipe is any drink that's been stirred with a dong.
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Bookshelf bombshells Simone Turkington and Stephanie Drury met in a series of tubes while cyber-stalking a British rock band. The band broke up shortly thereafter. Draw your own conclusions. Have you ever dropped Mentos into a Diet Coke? Just saying.

Stephanie and Simone believe and disbelieve in God, respectively. They have an appalling fascination with dongs, fast food, the swimsuit area of pop culture, good books, religion and large big plentiful dongs. They are both married. Their husbands endure.

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Description On this episode: Stephy and Simone’s earliest dong memories, the origin of the word “dongtini,” Simone’s drunken online purchases, our first times, and has anyone ever liked an opening band?  
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Simone took this of Beth Gibbons. She had a good seat.
Pedro The Lion is one of the two cover bands Stephy ever loved. Here is Bazan, Dongtini listener and force behind Pedro the Lion, playing “Once They Really Get To Know You They Will Run”:
Stephy was at this Death Cab For Cutie show (1/23/99) that Pedro the Lion opened for:
Stephy’s least favorite opening act ever
Official song of Dongtini, if they would just change “head” to “dong”:
“Man With Complete Mama’s Family Video Library Never Going On eBay Drunk Again.” —the Onion article
Simone + internet + Tanqueray = 3 of these
Stephy’s senior prom pic, 1993. NOT a Glamour Shot.
No joke, that last soundwave, the one that looks like a dong, IS Simone saying “dong”!
Closing song: Daiquiri — “Opening Act”
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