Dlisted: The Podcast, Episode 164 – Piss Me More (The Remix)

April 6, 2022 / Posted by:

The Grammys happened over the week and Allison and I talk about the show from President Zelenskyy’s appearance to Louis CK and Marilyn Manson winning Grammys to Doja Cat making everyone say, “Err, I hope you washed your hands,” after proclaiming that she had to bust out a speed piss to accept her award in time. We also get into everything that’s happened in the Will Smith/Chris Rock slapdown situation since we talked about it last time. And we talk about the sweet story of a high school senior who took his great memaw to prom and didn’t get bullied for it!

Other stories we cover include Jared Leto pretending to be disabled in the name of going method, Sydney Sweeney’s grandparents declaring that she has the best tits in Hollywood, Selena Gomez saying that she hasn’t been on the internet in 4 years, THE QUEEN’s Mercedes-Benz golf cart, and Todrick Hall getting caught in an alleged house-buying lie. Pro tip: Don’t go on about buying your $6 million dream home to your YouTube followers unless you actually bought that $6 million dream home.

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