Long Orgasms and Morning Routines – The GameOverGreggy Show Ep. 51


Greg Miller explains why Thanksgiving is the worst holiday, Colin Moriarty wants to know what our morning routines look like, Nick Scarpino asks whether the internet is good or bad for humanity, and Tim Gettys reports on a news story about a woman suffering from orgasms. (Released 11.21.14)

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  1. Apparently, the church moved Christmas to December to coincide with the Winter Solstice and to compete or convert the pagans.

  2. Love the show, and I've been watching the episodes backwards. Great content but a critique or observation. After watching so many episodes Tim comes across as the quintessential man of today.

  3. Just because I live there and in case you guys ever have an argument over it in the further. Colin says Louisville the correct way. haha

  4. the funniest episode by far, you need to shit talk eachother more, brings it from kinda to shit myself funny. 

  5. @Kinda Funny you should put what liquor Colin is drinking in the description. I'm always curious, and he only says what it is occasionally.

  6. Episode was so funny I was nearly laughing out loud the whole time while at work, people thought I was crazy

  7. I love you guys, but what makes you think I want to hear you guys talk about long orgasms? With all due respect, I have zero interest in hearing you guys talk about sexual topics. I'm not against the topics. I'm against listening to 30 year old males talk about long orgasms.

  8. Thanksgiving is the american version of the harvest festival. The foods are based on those eaten at the end of the growing season. 


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