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Album: Your Mom's House With Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky (Bonus)

Artist: Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Tom Segura

Tracklist For Your Mom's House With Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky (Bonus) By Artist Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky

Title Artist Time
Top Dog and Charo, Pt. 1 Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky 58:49 USD Album Only
Top Dog and Charo, Pt. 2 Tom Segura 49:24 USD Album Only

Reviews For Your Mom's House With Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky (Bonus) By Artist Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky

  • Try it out.

    By SchwannSchwannson
    Try it out.
  • Great podcast

    By firebob62000
    Just the right kind of humor/banter balance.
  • Fun

    By ericsmityyy
    Fun times with awesome comedians
  • Try it out!

    By smw213
    Greatest, funniest ever
  • Hey Jean

    By DannyDeez39
    This podcast is immature, crude, funny, and I love it. Husband and wife comedy duo, that are completely unfiltered. Not for everyone.
  • Love my high n tight jeans

    By biiiikes
    Just got some new Levi's and couldn't help but notice how high and tight they were. Best podcast ever:)
  • Hilarious

    By Fcoda12346mr
    One of the funniest podcasts.
  • Machines Within on this one

    By Nickdunn227
  • Are you keeping hydrated?

    By Daddy Cory
    Hey Hitlers! Do you have an insatiable desire for Moose Soup and dad boners? Well then just glass on over to Your Mom's House with mommy Tina and DJ Dad Mouth for some non-binary, fluid, pronoun action! How do blind people know when to stop wiping their b-holes? And how many blowjobs cancel out getting a pilots license? These are some of the deep topics that Your Mom's House covers and boy that just scratches the surface! So if you keep your jeans high and tight and never low and loose then make sure you check out this podcast, it's FAN-tastic! -Love Daddy Cory
  • Hey mommies!

    By N & J
    You may be surprised but this podcast is not really an entertainment program, but more of a educational minded tutorial. With so many in depth conversations about the human psyche and our bodily functions. Tommy and Christina could easily be journeyman biologists and psychologists, their potential is limitless. I highly recommend them for a Nobel Peace Prize for the arts. Keep it low and loose.

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