“F in the Morning” is the opening theme to every episode of “The Perfect 10.” Written by Lahna Turner and performed by her and husband Ralphie May, it originally appeared on her album, “If These Lips Could Talk.” To order the song and CD, click the Perfect Store link above.
It's that time again where Lahna sits down with an anonymous slut. This time, she meets up with a woman who goes into great detail about filling all of the holes in her body. In other words, we found Doug Stanhope's soulmate.
Robby Slowik is a Stand-up Comedian whose true passion lies in writing personal biographies in the third person.
His observational style covers pop culture, the mundane, as well as the absurd. He has performed along side some of the biggest names in comedy as well as most of the lowliest.
This week he meets up with Lahna in the seediest of parks in West Hollywood to teach her some martial arts. Lahna hilariously dubs it Jewhitsjew.
Check out Robby on Twitter and catch him performing out in LA sometime.
This weeks music comes from a band close to the Perfect 10 Podcast. They're called The Weeks. They were born and bred in Jackson, Mississippi. They were discovered by our friend, Seth Riddle who runs Kings of Leon's Serpent and Snakes records -- a guy who knows how to sniff out some serious talent like Arcade Fire who he signed to Rough Trade records. Their Serpents and Snakes full length, "Dear Bo Jackson" just came out and it's fantastic.
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