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This is the ninth podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of Isreal Spain, How to Properly Fold Toilet Paper (See Below), Perverted Behaviors that You Need to Stop, National Masturbation Month, A PSA about ugly chicks and a lot more. Keep in mind that our podcast are 100% NEW material. We love to recycle but we’re not doing it here! Now find out more about the featured musical guests.
Which is the Proper Way to Fold Toiler Paper?
In this podcast, Civi (from Sports W/ Civi) and I debated the proper techniques of folding your toilet paper properly. So…what way do you think is the best. I have provided the pictures of the Top 3 down below.
This is the first technique, called ‘The Mummy.’ Preferred by some, the mummy is all encompassing. It covers the whole hand and assures errors are small. Speed is usually the reason behind the mummy. This technique isn’t used most often by Civi or Bobby D, as they like their own personal strategies.
This is the second technique, called ‘The Bunch.’ This is Civi’s favorite way to get a good, adequate wipe of his back side. Bobby D disagrees with this way stating there this is too much room for error. Can you get an adequate wipe from this technique? Will you use more toilet paper when using this technique? These are all questions that come up when using ‘The Bunch’ technique.
The last technique is called ‘The Classic.’ This is the favored technique for Bobby D. He defends his position by saying that “on this first wipe, there is just an abundance of space, you pretty much can’t miss and your hand will always be clean.” Civi says taking the time to make these ‘neat’ little sheets is a waste of time. Civi really has a problem with the next thing that Bobby D does with this technique.
This is the ‘Classic Fold-Over.’ This technique is used in cooperation with ‘The Classic.’ After the first couple of wipes, Bobby D says that you can ‘fold over again and just use that bad boy one more time.’ This statement made Civi say that ‘Bobby D pretty much plays with his poo and should be locked in a padded room.’ Bobby D still thinks he’s correct.
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During the birth of his music career, Isreal Spain honed his performance skills in plays on theater stages of his high school in Franklin, Louisiana all the way to Kent State University (in Kent, Ohio) where he attended on a scholarship. Although Spain began his music career recording and releasing tracks with a group of his friends from his hometown, his undeniable talent and his relocation to Ohio inevitably dictated his future as a Solo Artist. Isreal saw this as motivation to push his songwriting skills and creativity in his own Unique Direction.
With his small town Heritage and diverse list of musical influences (ranging from Mahalia Jackson, to Sam Cooke, to Nas), Isreal Spain seemingly has no choice but to tell his story in a manner that is different from his major city-raised peers. Even in sharing familiar themes, he possesses a tangibly distinctive style in conveying his messages. Upon hearing the album content, it becomes evident that there is more to his songs than simply baritione-tinged, southern articulated verses. His songs often incorporate themes of seeking truth, gratification, reality, and redemption: sometimes with conflicting moral protocol, but such themes are very inspiring and moving nonetheless. Isreal Spain humbly describes his songs as “real music from the pages of his life.”