Is Porn For Pleasure Or Entertainment...And What Is Your Limit #TNNS46

The show starts with a short message about living in the present. In light of the new year, B Honest wants to challenge everyone to start making the most out of the “right now”. There is nothing you can do to change the past. The future hasn’t happened yet. So neither of them exist. Besides that, any change you make right now can change the rest of your life. So be bold and be who you want to be.

Jamie Mack quickly changes the mood and brings up a question about porn and its limits. Are there any limits these days? Is porn even for self pleasure anymore or is it only for entertainment?

B Honest brings up the idea that porn is now like Wal-Mart. There are sites that allow you to go to one place and then pick any genre or category you can imagine.

The guys discuss their limits. No one is into child or gay porn. But besides that the list includes:

No Brown Waste

No Bloody play

No Extreme Pain

Almost everything else is acceptable for at least entertainment value.

We also learn that Jaye Smooth will expose himself almost anywhere. This could potentially include one of your favorite restaurants or coffee shops.

We figure that this is because he is really into low hanging fruit until Odell (first time guest) lets us know that he too will pull out in public, but only at sex shops. He says this is because everyone is there for that anyway.

B Honest and O Dub think you should under promise and over produce because that is classier than just pulling your thing out to prove your point.

O Dub and B Honest give a warning to potential victims not to try anything with the words Kama Sutra in the sentence and make sure your balls are clear before letting a thick woman ride you.

Obviously this is a wild night. I will  just give you phrases to give you a taste of things we learned: Odell was 7 when he first performed oral sex; Most girls only like to look at big penises; It is healthy to have fantasies; Don’t mix booty juice with Cooty Juice; Jaye Smooth may or may not have had sex with a gerbil; O Dub thinks great sex has to be nasty; and Squirt might be piss.

Believe it or not there is one other topic on this show. Jamie Mack calls out all the fake macks. He thinks there is a difference between lying and macking. 

Basically Jamie Mack says that if you stretch the truth, hide the truth, embellish the truth, make promises when trying to kick it to a girl, you are lying. But if you are totally honest when kicking it, you are a mack. 

Jaye Smooth thinks that funny is all that matters. This can be truth or lies.

In the end everyone agrees that everybody lies in some way when getting to know a girl. Jamie Mack stands strong by himself.

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