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Cut it again for another episode of Call her mother. Fucking Daddy. Hi. Hello. What the fuck is up? It's been a minute. Door number three came all over my 12000 dollar couch. Why, Daddy, you're like, I'm sorry, Alex. I'm just trying to get my bearings here. And you say, what? Listen, I'm saying twelve thousand dollars, because it really does have to like it adds to the story. It's not Aflex.
Listen to what happened to my life. I quickly mentioned it on a blog and people were like, ha. So I just need to, like, get it out there. I can't even talk about anything else in the episode. I just want to tell you this because I genuinely think this symbolizes how my life is going. OK, so I like to be sedentary. I like to be horizontal. I like to lay down. It's my favorite pastime is what I like to do all day, every day.
So my entire life I have wanted a restoration hardware cloud couch, OK, I get my new contract and I'm like I literally make a little fund for this Restoration Hardware couch, a Chanel bag, a fucking Saleen, a Birkin, no fucking cloud couch. OK, so this is my life dream. Finally, I purchase the Restoration Hardware cloud couch. In total, it's twelve thousand dollars. That is disgusting. That is so ridiculous. But it's what I wanted to spend my fucking money on.
OK, I know this is first world problems, but this is my fucking podcast and this is what's happening right now. So listen, so I buy the couch and the first person to Chris in my apartment is door number three with me. OK, he comes over. As you guys know, door number three has been someone in my life for a very long time that is like my ride or die. I hate that fucking saying. Let's take that back.
Rewind. He's like Ben, my day one go to first guy was like, truly like, wow, I really am in love with this person. Great guy. But we're not together because we happy together. What what is a relationship here on call her daddy. We're going to get into that later. But so he comes over, he comes to New York and he comes to my apartment for the first time. I have had my restoration hardware couch.
I have had this couch for two days. I haven't even really sat on it because I wanted to say pluff and fluff and bluff is, in a word, fluff and fluff. OK, I wanted to say looking amazing for when he comes, I'm like, oh my God, first man in my apartment. This is going to be epic. Door number three comes over door number three, sits down on the couch with me, door number three.
And I play a movie door number three and I start to fuck. Obviously, tensions are high. He starts making out with me. He goes, Oh, my pants. The whole thing is getting hot and heavy. And it's in the moment. So it's hot and it's amazing. It's steamy and we start fucking and we're fucking. And all of a sudden his penis is about to come everywhere. And I'm like, Yeah, baby, come whatever ball he pulls out and starts coming on my stomach.
But it's kind of one of those, like, drizzles up to the belly button and it's down. And he's kind of like putting a little bit in the pussy region, whatever. All of a sudden I'm kind of like knocked the fuck out of, like, my fun, like, oh my God.
Door number three is back and we're fucking and I realize I realize we are on my twelve thousand dollar fucking couch and there is cum all over my fucking restoration hardware couch. OK, in this moment I go from being in a euphoric amazing oh I just got my brains back state to holy fucking shit. I shove door number three off, I start bawling my eyes out. He's like what what, what is going on. Like imagine him being like we're having a great moment.
Oh like passionate ha amazing sex. And I like get the fuck off me. He's like, oh shit. I am like get a fucking towel. I look down, semen is seeping, seeping into my performance. Velvet couch.
OK. Oh so I'm crying.
I don't know how to get up to because the semen is just coming off of my stomach rolling off my pussy onto the couch more and more. So I quickly flip onto my fucking stomach onto the carpet.
So now there's semen also on my fucking carpet and he comes over and I'm like, I don't. How do you clean semen off the couch? I don't know. So I'm like, hold on, hold on. Don't rub it. Don't do fucking anything. The one person in my life that I want to call is my mother. Well, the woman is a woman of many, many, many fucking talents. But Laurie Cooper, she knows how to get everything.
Austin is her bitch. However, my mother was. So excited for me to get this couch. I knew it would break her heart if I fucking called her and I was like, Hey, Mom. Juror number three just splurged everywhere. Granted, he is her favorite, but I'm like, it doesn't match up. I can't I can't break my mother's heart. She hasn't even seen the couch in person. And if she knows that there's semen all over this couch, we will not recover from this.
Our relationship will be strained for at least a year. So I Google how to get semen out of couch, how to get semen out of velvet, how to get semen out of restoration hardware performance, velvet couch.
We get nothing. We get nothing. So I start dabbing it with a towel, dabbing, dabbing, dabbing. I'm having a panic attack. Poor door number three. Actually, go fuck him. I was going to say poor door number three. Like he didn't even fully get to finish coming. Like he was like mid like jacking off finish coming on my stomach when I shoved him off. So imagine as a man like you're having that like, oh, you're not even hitting the post.
Not yet. You're in you're like literally blackout. I am coming. Nothing is greater in this moment. And then you have my bitch are screaming, crying in your face before you even get your phone out of your dick. So he, like it, had run to the bathroom and like literally come is seeping out of his wiener hole. The whole situation was very it was very hard on a relationship. I felt uncomfortable. I felt upset. He offered to pay for an extra cushion for me.
I mean, what a fucking gentleman. I mean, not a gangster gentleman. What a gentleman. I said no. And eventually I kept plodding. I kept plodding. I, I ended up flipping over the couch cushion. And when my mother came, I was like, Mom, look at the couch. Now, listen, it didn't it it still pains me to this day because the semen is there. But it also is kind of like a symbolic reminder, like door number three will always be with me, even all my fucking twelve thousand dollar couch.
Welcome to call her daddy this week, mother fucker. So that's kind of like symbolizes how my life is going right now. How are you guys doing? You're like, you know what, Alex? We were doing fine until you quickly just blacked out and told us that some man fucking came on a couch. And what is a performance? Velvet Well, clearly the performance in the fucking velvet isn't so performative because my fucking couch is fucked. Anyways, darling, welcome back to the fucking show.
OK, well, I just let's all take a deep breath. The couch, the you me back at it again I how am I feeling today. I'm feeling good. I'm feeling all right. I wouldn't say I'm at my best. You know, when you go on vacation and you come back and people are like, oh they're like, they're like, do you feel so refreshed? And you're like, no, I actually need another fucking vacation from my motherfucking vacation.
That's kind of how I feel. But it actually was like a very smooth sailing situation and I couldn't be happier. I feel very Zen right now, so I'm trying to get back into the toxicity, the toxicity that is my show called Her Mother Fucking Daddy. We've had two weeks off and at this point I could straight up be dating fucking Slim Shady again.
What it's like we don't know, like what so much can happen in two weeks, I could get engaged. You don't even know I'm probably fucking pregnant at this point. With whose baby? We don't know.
OK, I'm like like kind of like lately blacking out. We're fine.
So this is this is where I want to take the episode I mentioned on social media that I am well, everyone fucking knows I'm in therapy. Everyone's like, so Alex, that's that's so obvious that if you even if you weren't in therapy, we'd be genuinely concerned and tell you you need to get into it. Don't worry, I've got it covered. I'm taking care of it. I am in therapy.
So every week I talk to my therapist about my life, about the show, about the daddy gang. Does the daddy gang like Alex this week, does the daddy gang fucking hate Alex? This week the mood is contingent upon the daddy gang and the Dems that I received. That is the most unhealthy thing. My therapist would be like, Alex, we've worked on it. You do not measure your self-worth based off of DMZ. I'm like, yes, I do.
Yes, I do. Did they like the episode? No. OK, I am nothing. So yeah. You guys can tell a lot to work on, not to work on anyways. So I'm sitting in Zoome therapy with my therapist as I'm coming off of my amazing vacation. And I have to admit, like when I got back to New York from going to the Hamptons, going to L.A., I felt somewhat depressed, like, you know, when you like, especially in Corona right now, I haven't been seeing people.
And then finally I'm with people social distancing masks on. Please don't come for me, but I'm doing my best to, like, somewhat have some social interaction. And then I go back to New York and I walk into my apartment and I'm by myself, I live alone, which I do love. But after being with people for a second, especially in Corona, I came home and I was like, this is the this is the darkest days.
This is so depressing. So. Where am I in my life? Quickly, I think I need to do it. I'm going to for two seconds a little deeper. I feel like I've been cracking jokes this entire time, basically right now in my life. I think Korona, for me personally, has been a time of a lot of self realization and alone time. And as much as I'm depressed sometimes when I'm in my apartment, it's been forcing me to focus on what do I want in my life, who do I want to surround myself with?
And I've had a lot of time to think about who I started as when I started the Colorado podcast over two years ago and who I am now. And I think there's a lot of content in my mind that I want to talk about, because I think for the first time in my life, I and it's the crazy thing for me to say out loud, but I'm dating multiple people that I have genuine relationships with and they're fucking semi healthy, which is bizarre.
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I want to let you guys know that, like, whoa. And having multiple people doesn't mean I'm being unhealthy. I'm being honest that I'm dating multiple people to these men. But I think that who I am now, compared to where I started the show, like my dating style has changed. And I haven't been able to fully roll that out for you guys and articulate that, because I think sometimes I'm scared to be healthy on this show because I know I'm like so stuck in the ways of the old show and like what it was.
And I think finally I'm like, OK, hold on. That's literally not what I'm doing anymore.
It will always be a part of me. But I do think it's also kind of like, OK, what else? And trust me, there is a lot of what else. But I just I, I haven't really gone there with the show and here we go. I'm excited. So I think next week I'm going to kind of outline for you guys, like what the fuck has been going on my life.
And I hope you guys can understand, like, we've been a little bit hesitant, but I hope you guys can also be supportive and come along on this journey with me, because I think we've it's like we literally started as babies where we're like, cheat on him, cheat on her, and we'll always play games. But it's like we can also level up and be like, all right. I think the best test is can you even be fucking healthy?
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Why the fuck would I do that, you dumb bitch?
And today, we have someone on the show that is bisexual, very open about her journey towards coming out and being open about sexuality and depression, et cetera, and it's just a fucking awesome interview. And I'm really excited to have this person on. Yes, she is a musician and yes, she is extremely successful, but that is not why I'm having her on. I have so much respect for her in that aspect. But the truth is, is I think her story hopefully is going to be so relatable to so many of you that I personally could never bring to the call daily podcast.
I will never pretend to know what it's like to come out to someone's family and to come out and and go through those struggles. So I'm so fucking excited. Get your panties bunched up because you're going to fucking cream them soon. What? Guys, I'm so excited here we fucking go, introducing Maggie Lindman. Did I say your name? Yeah, you did. You did know everyone gets my last name wrong.
Oh, my God. So I got it right. How are you? I'm good. You're good. I saw your snap today. You were feeling anxiety. And I was like, oh, fuck. Like, is it because of my show? No. Oh, no, no. Bigger issue. No.
I've literally been having anxiety for like Dallas the past. I don't even know, like a week straight.
But I also feel like Korona it's like, OK, what do we expect? I feel like everyone's in the weirdest position in their life. Everyone is feeling uncomfortable. Everyone's just sad, emotional and like crying. I'm like, I don't cry. Like, what is this? What's a tear? And so I understand. So I think a lot of it's going to be interesting to see, like, how many people from your world know who I am in my world, know who you are.
And I'm so excited for this collab because, guys, Maggie is a singer and your music is. So first I was going to be like guys. Her music is really depressing. It's amazing. And I know and I know this sounds weird, but like your music is the kind of music that I listen to, like, you know, when you're sad and then you're like, I want to literally pour so much salt in this fucking world and I want to be more sad.
And that is like some of your music is really sad. But I love it and I want to talk about it because I'm like, are you a sad person? Is that like just like, Hi, Maggie, are you really? And I really thought isn't an act. No, I really am sad. No, I was good.
Well like OK. I mean yeah I feel like OK on the cancer so I'm just like the most dramatic person ever.
OK, me talking about like my zodiac sign divines we don't know but like oh and like I'm the complete opposite.
I'm like a psycho. I love you. Yeah. It's good. No yeah.
I just feel like I'm such an emotional person and I don't know like everything makes me sad honestly.
No we, I actually kind of love that because I was thinking like Daddy gave the reason I wanted to have Maggiano's is like I have so much respect for how open you are with your fans. For so long I have had so many listeners wanting me to talk about the LGBTQ community and talk about, oh my gosh, why don't you talk about lesbian love and gay love? And I'm like, listen, I fully support what I don't want to do is ever speak about something that I don't have personal experience about because I just think it's fucked up when people like guys I have like the advice for you and it's like a but you literally you that's not your life.
So I want to kind of go through you and your sexually liberated life. I feel like you've been very open about your sexuality from what I've read. Yeah. Tell us a little bit about your sexual journey.
So, OK, well, being from Texas, like if you're from anywhere, that's not like I don't know, you're from California, you're from like Texas, U.S., Texas.
I'm like, oh my God, are you were you shunned. Like what.
Yeah, Texas is scary but I don't know, it's just like a very conservative state. And so my whole life, I mean, my parents, I'm lucky to have the parents I have because they're very accepting.
OK, but yeah, I knew from a pretty young age, I mean but I never really understood the concept of like bisexuality. Like, I knew there was gay and I knew there was straight, but I never really knew about that, like in between. And actually the first time I felt like a real connection with a girl was someone that was very androgynous.
So I thought like that was like my excuse was like, oh, she's like androgynous.
So it's not really like it's like kind of like still like a guy, but yeah, I like it. It kind of looks like a guy so like it doesn't make sense.
Yeah. But eventually I was just like oh yeah. Like now you're bisexual.
Yeah. First of all, I commend you so much for just being honest and open and like I must have been. I can imagine as much as I'm sitting here, like, yeah, go Maggie. Like I'm assuming there were really hard fucking times in your life because as shitty as it is, like as much as we have tried to normalize, like, be whatever the fuck you want to be in on it and love it, it's still looked at by some people in the world.
It's like, what do you mean you're not straight? Like, what the fuck? And that I can't even get into that conversation because it makes me so mad.
But I think my audience would love to hear, like, your journey of coming out and like, how did you first come out and how did you tell your family? And, like, how did you decide to come out?
Kind of, yeah. So I think I just turned 18. I was like nearly 18 and I'd done this shoot with Galore. And there was like this pillow that said something about like like sexuality and not being straight. Yeah. And I literally saw that and it just felt like such a sign. And I was like I was just like, OK, I have to do this.
So I went home and I just was like sobbing.
And I actually texted my parents in a group chat and I was just like, this is how it is.
And I'm I'm fortunate because I wasn't even living with my parents anymore. And I and, you know, I pay my own. Bills and all that, so I'm like fortunate that I had that, like, you know, I'm not so under their roof, but they were very supportive of it.
They were kind of just like, yeah, like we figured a little bit, you know. And then when I told my friends the same thing, like, I just texted them and I was like, I don't know if you guys know, but I'm about to like, do this live stream and tell everyone. And I want you guys to know first.
And literally all my friends were like, girl, like girl. We knew, you know, we do bitch. And we fucking. Yeah. You know. And I was like, oh, it was so sweet.
How the fuck did you decide to come out to your parents via text? Like, were you like, should I call them? I text them like I feel like that's like kind of a hard moment to be like, what the fuck do I do? I'm just so bad with confrontation. I like confrontation. I make fun.
So if I'm going to confront someone, it's not like, well, like if I'm like bitch someone else, I'm like good at that in person. But like when it's something that I'm like, yeah, it's like holding close to you.
Yeah. I mean slide like this in. Yeah. Maybe they'll miss the. Yeah. Maybe what you see you know won't see it but I don't know, I just felt like that was.
Did you with us. Did you think that your parents had any idea like did you think you were about to shock their world or. No. Yeah. You really I mean were you shocked when they were like we kind of know. Yeah.
Yeah. I mean, growing up, my parents were I was like, oh my God, you're a boy crazy.
And I was like, oh, you're like, oh. And I go, yeah, you're like, oh yeah.
There's so many things happening right now because you just casually you're like and then like, I was going to go live and like, do it on a live stream. Yeah, we need to get into that. What the fuck. Like how how did that go down? I don't know.
I'm really impulsive and I think that was definitely an impulse thing because also when I look at that live, it's so embarrassing because I'm crying and I'm like, oh, I like girls.
And it's so it's just so cringe. But it's also like you've got to respect it because that's where you were and you're like, yeah, moment of life. Like when I look back at myself, when I'm like eighteen to twenty, I'm like, so what was I doing like Alex, what are you doing. So I guess you must be like, oh my God, why the fuck did I do that. But how what was the response?
The response was pretty good. But I think because I was like so emotional, a lot of people didn't think it was real.
Like a lot of people were like, oh, she's just like mocking people or like I just didn't think I was being genuine. Right. But it was like publicity.
Yeah, but it's literally just because I'm an emotional person and and you couldn't help under pressure.
I just always am like, I'm going to cry. I'm going to be like worse comes to worse to start crying. Yeah.
So the fact that you made the decision to come out on a lie, like I respect you for that, but also fucking terrifying and like there's obviously I'm sure you've thought about different ways you could have come out, but like once you came out, obviously expecting maybe you experienced some type of hate once you came out.
Yeah, well, again, I think I'm really fortunate because I do live in California. Yeah. And things are just way more accepted here.
But I also think because I'm like girly girl and I'm like attracted to like other girls, I think there's like it's less of like a hate thing and more of like I feel like it's very fetish that that is that.
Oh yes. Yeah.
And it's that kind of makes me feel uncomfortable, OK, because like I remember when I came out, my ex-boyfriend literally was like, oh, so does this mean we can have a threesome?
And I was like, bro, like, first of all, no, you like first of all, you're my ex. You're my ex. I don't like literally get on my face and like you never having sex with me again. Second of all, I thought, oh fuck yeah. I get I know that is such a good point. I've never even thought about it like that. Like guys fetishizing lesbians and being like oh my God, it's so hot.
Like let's you make out. I can imagine that being frustrating for you like you're saying because you're going for women that are like you're girly girl and you're going for girly girls and maybe it's not your stereotypical lesbian couple that people are like, this is so hot, Maggie, make out. And you're like, yeah. So like, how do you get the confidence to own your sexuality and not be so in your head that people are judging you because you're bisexual?
And can you kind of like, walk me through, like, how do you mentally just like be OK with like, oh yeah, I am bisexual, not amazing and I love it and I'm not going to let anyone make me feel a certain way just because of like what society says we should or should not do.
Yeah. I mean, I feel like for me I've definitely owned it, but it does make it hard sometimes, like in relationships with boys or girls, like I think sometimes being in a relationship for a long time, you feel like you're missing something of like like I see a lot of people talking about this, how they'll like be in a relationship with a guy and they'll be just like wanting a girlfriend. But it's just because when you're attracted to both, it's like they both bring different things to that.
You know, how does that has that affected your boyfriends in the past? Like, are they insecure about it?
Yeah, my ex was definitely insecure about it, like. Just like my boyfriend was amazing, he's so understanding and he's just literally the best, but there's been times where I think it does make guys like a little insecure because it's like, oh, is that just like your girlfriend or is that like a girl that you're trying to, like, talk to and with girls is especially hard to tell because like, if you're flirting with a guy, like, you get it, you know, but if you're flirting with the girl, like girls are just like that.
Even if you're straight and you see a girl in the bathroom, like it's like, are we in love? Or like, are you my best friend? Or when you get like girls are like just different, that is that's extremely challenging. I can imagine I think anyone that's listening to this podcast right now that is like struggling with their sexuality, struggling to like come out, struggling to be like, oh, my God, are my parents going to literally disown me?
Like, do you have any advice for them that, like, you've now? I know it's like only four years, but still that wisdom that you've kind of gotten over the years.
Yeah, I think it's just don't feel pressured to do anything if you feel like because I feel like a lot of the times who are like, oh, you just need to come out and if your parents don't accept you, then like, fuck it. Right.
But if you really feel like there's going to be a bad outcome and you're not ready for that, I really think, you know, you should, like, consider that and just do what you need to do to get by in the moment. Yeah, but I also think that it's really important to own yourself and be yourself and be authentic. So I just think you need to take the time you need and just really think about it, because it is like, you know, it is a big deal to some people.
I don't know. I just want to rush things. I think that's one thing that I just wish I knew when I was younger that it's not something that I needed to label myself with.
And I didn't need to if it's something that I wanted to keep personal, like I could keep, you know, what I did to. Yeah. You don't need to explain yourself to anyone, including your parents. Honestly, I think if I didn't have a platform, I probably wouldn't have ever came out to my family. That's interesting.
I mean, eventually they would have, like, found out, but I don't think it would have been something that was so dramatic. I genuinely think I think the main reason I wanted to come out so bad was just because I was in L.A. and I just wanted people to know honestly that I wanted to I didn't want to keep having these, like, straight relationships and then, like, girls would just not want to talk to me because they thought I was straight.
That's literally like the main reason why that is so fucking interesting.
Can I ask you, like so yeah. You kind of have to put out feelers like we guys, I'm down to hook up with a girl like I don't just like Dick. Like I would love to hook up with you. I'm like, how do you let a girl know? Because now that I'm thinking about it, like, how would they know it's so weird.
I don't know. I feel like it's like so weird because they're like I said, like, so many straight girls will still, like, hook up with you.
And it's like, hi, sorry I'm straight. Like, oh, why is that so annoying? And it's so frustrating because it's like if you are straight like I think that's something that you should definitely tell someone. Yeah. Like early on I'm assuming.
Have you been in situations where you've hooked up with a girl and then she's like, no, no, no. That's that was like I was drunk and like we're just I'm like straight. I was just I was just doing it for fun.
Yeah, it's happened. Drunk and not drunk. OK, so like, yeah, so sorry, I'm getting no, it's OK, it's OK. I'm going from this one situation specifically. OK, we're just like friends for a while. And then she just started making a lot of comments, OK, just like insinuating it. And one night we went out to this club and we just like both got drunk and then we just like hooked up and then it was fine.
And then it just like we just like kept hanging out. And then we would just like, hook up drunk or not drunk. So eventually, like, I was like, oh, cool.
Like, she's cute, you know, like fun. Yeah. Like maybe I'll just try a little more.
And it was like, oh no, she's straight. Like, Oh no, I'm straight.
Like I just you're like, oh you did you just blackout like the past. I know. Like I was like what and how did, how did she bring that up. Like what was she like defensive. Like what happens.
No it wasn't, it was just like oh no, definitely straight 100 percent straight then you're like so. So what are you doing? I'm like, oh, OK. It didn't seem like it but. Oh I feel like I. What can you do. You know. Yeah I can do anything. That's why it sucks. So because you're just like it's not like it's just the person that is right. Does like girls and then they're just like oh sorry I don't like you.
Right. Like no I just don't like, I'm just not attracted to you like that.
It's so fucked because the amount of like how glamorized I think it is. Like I remember in high school when all the girls were like, let's make out and the guys are going to think it's so fucking hot. And then here you are saying like, you know, like you're hooking up with a girl. Then she's like, no, I'm just straight. And then it's like, why the fuck are you hooking up with me?
Yeah. What are you doing? I don't know. It's just like getting rejected. Like getting rejected by anyone, like getting in the friendzone.
It's just like, oh shit, that kind of hurts.
But like, right when you hooked up with your first girl, like, were you more experienced or was she more experienced? She was. A lot of the girls. Are you hooking up with like are they by or are they just lesbian?
At first it was just lesbians. It's so interesting. Yeah.
But there's this weird stigma around like bi girls and like the lesbian community for some reason. What is that?
It's like this bi phobia. It's so weird. But a lot of lesbians will not like talk like date or talk to bye girls because because you all because you also like guys and they're like penises are disgusting.
Yeah. Fuck out of our face.
How dare you even look at them. Wow.
But like I've met I mean the lesbians I know are great. They don't think like that. But I have ran into like people that are people that are like that and they give you yeah. They're like, oh you're bi. And I'm like, yeah. And they're like, oh like yeah.
But obviously that's not the whole community.
I don't. Right. No, no, no, of course not. But there are a lot. It's just like this.
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Daddy, I love talking about real shit like depression and anxiety because everyone listening to this show you've been fucking sad in your life went through some type of moment where you were feeling anxious or had anxiety and you make your music is really fucking depressing sometimes. And what like can you kind of I don't mean to get too dark, but like like what is your life story a little bit like where did this dark depression sadness come from. Like did you get bullied when you were younger.
No. Yeah I got bullied. Well I also got an Instagram really early, so I was on like Instagram and Tumblr when I was like in 2011. I think I got on literally so long as.
Oh, so you were an early bird up in that bed. Yeah. Oh well yeah.
And and looking back on it like I was definitely super crunchy. OK, but it's fine. But where we all back then. Yeah but I'm like a kid, I'm like in middle school at this point, you know what I mean. Like. What do you expect? Weren't you kind of like you almost got famous because I feel like you had like I was on Tumblr and I said it all. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, shit. Yeah.
And like, if you were on Tumblr in 2011, just by the way, like the worst place.
Oh my God. We love to tell us. It was just I mean that's when they had like things both OK. But actually I'm singing a lot now on like talk. It's like the same. It's like reliving it terrible.
Is the most unhealthy platform. Horrible. It's like you see how they censor. Like everyone looks a specific way. Like I read an article where they like filter out people that are overweight and then also the backgrounds. If it doesn't look like you're in a rich location, they filtered. Really? Yeah. And I was like, oh, this makes so much fucking sense when you go on. Ticktock, all you see is white bitches and really big man.
Yeah. Literally. What the fuck. And it's mentality that fucks you. And I'm like, I don't understand.
It literally reminds me of Tumblr because back then I mean, yeah, it was like all white people, like thin lips, blue eyes, blonde hair like that was like I like the skinny. I was like, yeah, yeah. I like seeing blue eyes. That was, that was like the thing.
And there was and it was all about like thin spose and there was like self-harm pages and there was like, like eating and literally I remember this is so dark but I had this like separate page where I would literally post like my progress of like my body and like my arms, like my wrists when I would cut myself and people would literally be like, oh my God, good job.
You're almost at your goal weight, like, get skinnier, you're almost there. Like your cuts are looking like it was so toxic. And I'd be like, oh, I just like want to kill myself today. And they'd be like, oh, you should try this, this, this and this.
Like a fucking easiest way to just go do the it's like, it's like I'm, I'm like, well yeah.
Like what did your parents know you had, you know. Holy fuck. Yeah. So you are posting all this shit because I think that is so crazy that you're bringing me back to the Tumblr days because I remember like seeing girls cutting themselves and it was like romanticized like glamorized like oh my God. Like I'm cutting myself and I'm skinny and how the like that's dark, dark, super dark.
Can I ask you how long you would cut for like how like four from your life if you were that young.
Like, um, I did, um, I think I was like thirteen, fourteen and then a little bit when I was fifteen.
Like, I commend you so much for just like saying that because I like I respect you so much. I feel like it's really hard for people obviously to talk about that. I mean, yeah, you were going through a lot of shit. Yeah, I have a tattoo on my knee. Is this 2013 sucked because it was the worst year of my life. Oh, my God.
That's kind of a joke to think that was like the year I like went to like a mental institution and got like locked up and and that was like my hardest year.
I was a I was my ninth grade year.
So fuck do that that age that is the most like isolating scary times because you I don't know about you, but like I remember not telling my parents about stuff at that age and you try to hide things from them and you're an adolescent, you're going through puberty like there's just so many different things that you're trying in your life. And it's like you just feel very alone. Yeah. So you got help. And then, like, how did you how the fuck did you become where you are?
Like, your story is amazing. So like you went through your dark times like depression, anxiety, etc. and like where how did you kind of like transition upwards.
So I was actually like on Instagram at that time and I just took a really long break and everyone was just like, oh my God. Like, did this girl like you?
I like what happened. Right? And then I was just gone and like because I had my phone taken away from me for, like, ever do that sometimes is what you need though.
Yeah. I just had like five months. If you were on those social media channels and you had all those people, like, it's so fucked up when you're communicating at that age with people around the world that you don't even fucking know.
And like you being like, oh, my God, your cuts look amazing today, bitch. It's like you get warped into it and it's hard to stop. And it's like that's where like that is where the parental control like actually is like necessary because it's like when would it have stopped and at what cost.
It's so triggering. It's insane. So fucking trigger it. So, so then you got you kind of like went off social media for a bit. Yeah.
So I literally didn't have a phone for like five months and because obviously like in this place they also you don't have phone or of internet, you don't have anything. Right. So then after that I my my dad actually had moved to San Antonio like, OK, a year before this. And so he was living there just like working. And then he would like come back and forth to like my house. OK, and then when that all happened, my mom was like, I literally cannot do this on my own.
Like we're moving to San Antonio and like we need to, like, be with your dad because this is like to a lot. Yeah.
And so, like, right after I got out, we went straight to my new house, like I didn't even I. That's good, though, right, because it's like to go back to a place with such dark memories, like you need to get the fuck out of there. I'm lucky that I was able to be able to have that chance. And it was cool because, like, everyone hated me in my old school, you know?
So why why do you think that was you just like, hated me because of my Instagram.
They always made fun of me and they just like I don't know, they just picked on me for that is the fucking worst when like I think that's also a lot of people's insecurity. I think a lot of people I see even on ticktock nowadays, it's like there are girls that are like everyone makes fun of me for my ticktock at my school. But then they're like slowly getting famous on tick tock. Yeah. And you go through this weird battle of wanting to post on the Internet and wanting to have a life and feeling inspired and wanting to like do something.
And then yet people are so fucking mean in school. Yeah. And like it's this awful feeling where you're like, I just want to fucking leave, like I want to live online and I don't want to be with the people. And it's just a fucked up scenario. So you got to leave. That's amazing.
Yeah. I mean, most people I've met out here literally were like bullied. It's crazy.
But the singer's social media, like anyone who's like anyone out in L.A.. Yeah, I was bullied.
Dude, that's like where that's actually so fucked up. It's like a bunch of just people that like literally escaped and like came here. And literally it's a bunch of people that are way accepting of each other because wherever they started it was just like a fucking shit show and you couldn't feel accepted where you were. So you move.
And at this point, are you even singing, you know, oh my God, I was like singing online, but like, OK, at this point I'm not doing shit like, OK. I was just like mentally just trying to make it.
Yeah, I'm just trying to like, live.
So I moved and then I went to school in San Antonio for like a year. And how old were you then? I was 15. OK, and then I moved to L.A. when I was sixteen.
How did you get like like famous for singing? Like what was the one big thing that people were like, oh, there was this video of me like joking around, singing the national anthem, shut the fuck up. And I'm like literally joking.
But there's like a few notes that I was like singing for real that were like insane and kind of saying, yeah. And my manager saw that and he was like, yeah, can you come to the studio? I want to like me, you and I want to see if you can, like, really saying. And then from there I just moved to and I was like, yeah, any any chance I had to get the fuck out.
I was like five leaving. Here we go. Wow, that's amazing. So you moved to L.A. when you're sixteen and like what happens there? Do you think that you got healthier, like where you were your parents nervous for you to leave and be on your own?
Oh, yeah, they were nervous. Like I said, I, like my parents are really supportive and I'm really lucky because they were like, go do your thing. That's amazing. But yeah, living in L.A. honestly has been really helpful, I think.
Oh, personally, that's actually an amazing statement because I do feel like there are so many people that are like L.A. is so fucked and it's ruined me and like I'm dying out here, like I'll never find a real relationship. But that's kind of like a refreshing thing, like it helped you. And I feel like you're I could so see that because of what you're saying about all the things in your life, you're like you never felt accepted where you were.
You had this thing about your sexuality and then you're meeting people out here that are so liberated and owning what the fuck they are. Yeah. So it must have been such a place for you where you're like, wow, I actually feel like I for the first time may belong somewhere. Yeah. And that's an amazing feeling if you had never felt that prior. Mm. So you start singing. When was like when did you pop off. I know one of your songs.
Is it pretty pretty girl. Yeah it did. When do you write a lot of your songs.
So earlier on I wasn't writing as much. OK, like I would like it was more of like my journals and we would like talk about stuff that was like more like in my diary. OK, but I right now like I'm like fully writing all my stuff, but I was just like really young also.
I was like sixteen when my first song came out. Oh my God. And so that's like that is. Yeah. And I don't know, it was just like a weird situation. But for Pretty Girl. Yeah. That was like actually came out of like a tweet and like my journal, like that song come about and it is that one of your biggest songs.
It is. And it is your big holy fuck. Yeah. So literally from a tweet and then that like blew the fuck off. Yeah. I can't get over your journey. I think it's like the most amazing thing that like you being so open and vulnerable. First of all, I just want to thank you and I know that the Daddy gang will be so happy to have someone that was that open with them, because like you speaking about where you were when you were younger and in high school to now.
I mean, I think on so many different levels, literally, people can be like, oh, I could I could be like her, like she was at her fucking lowest, like she was not OK. And then she is where she is today. And she's doing a fucking collab with Travis Barker and she's making music. And she's doing like that to me is like, I don't care. People are like, Alex, why did you have a singer on your show?
It's like it's not about the fact that you could be anyone. It's like. Your story is why I think I wanted to have you on the show, it's like you being so open about your sexuality and so driven and doing so many amazing things. And you're 20, 22, 22, like, are you fucking kidding me? Like, I'm I'm it's an amazing story. I'm so happy you came on. Tag yourself on Instagram. Just Maggie Lindemann.
Maggie, thank you so very much for coming on and being so vulnerable. I hope this inspires someone listening, even if just one person took something from this that means so much to me and I know it means something to you. So, guys, thank you. Give Maggie some love, slide into her DMS, make her feel comfortable when this comes out because you guys know you're fucking terrifying.
OK, Daddy gang, I'm back. I'm solo. Maggie currently has a new song out. It's called Naïf Under My Pillow and it's really fucking good. So go check it out and then choose another new song coming out on Friday. So go support her. I hope you guys enjoyed having Maggie on. I think it's really important to have different perspectives on. And I also think it's cool to just have people that are different than me. And I know obviously I'm a fucking psycho, outgoing, very like energetic extrovert.
And I think that I know I have a lot of different people listening to this podcast. And I think it was really cool to have Maggie, who is more introverted and has lived a different life than me, to come on so. So go show her some love in her DMS. I know that it seems easy, but coming on this podcast and being that open and telling your life story is not fucking something that just comes easily. It's it's trust me, it's stressful as fuck.
So thank you again, Maggie, so much for coming on and sharing your story.
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Let's fucking go. Oh, first question from a daddy gang member. I love this one. We're getting right into it. I have been sending nudes back and forth with this boy who has a girlfriend that has been they have been together for over a year and he cheats on her all the time with other girls. The girl doesn't even know anything about it yet. Last weekend I was at this party and he was there, too. And we made out very intensely.
But he did. We didn't have sex. So my question is, should I feel bad for the girl and should I feel guilty for making out with him even though he has a girlfriend? Should I continue to go even further for him? Love you, Alex.
Forever doubting, OK. I guess my first initial reaction is always like, do whatever you want sexually, but to me, I do not see the point in you spending your time on a guy that is a liar and a cheater. You said you didn't even have sex. You don't even know if his dick game is good. And what is the point of starting something, knowing he's a piece of shit? And if you think that he's going to miraculously, like, change for you and leave her, he won't.
And you said it yourself. He cheats on her with so many girls. So I'm like as fucked up as it is. I could see you if you were like, we're secretly in love and like he his girlfriend, is it?
No, no. You're literally like he does this with so many bitches. So why do you want to be a part of a group of girls that some guy cheats on his girlfriend with? Like, do better for yourself. Find a guy that you can fuck that isn't fucking ten other girls and has a girlfriend that he cheats on. I promise there are so many fucking dicks out there. Why are you wasting your time? Like it's literally like you're being told like he's a piece of shit, he sucks and you don't even know of his dick.
Game is good. Why are you asking me this question. I love you. But like come on, let's let's let's get a little better here, girl. When I tell you I'm a shit show and I think so many girls can relate. So let me try to summarize this as best as I can. Basically, I broke up with my recent boyfriend who ended up being a piece of shit, and my best friend was with me through it all, talking shit about him and thinking of ways to ruin his life.
She even made a file on her computer called Ruin Him, filled with blackmail against him that could literally ruin his whole being. Anyways, after a couple months, my best friend and ex started getting really close, all playing it off while like it was nothing and making me feel like I was the crazy one. After being totally disrespected and made to look like a dumb ass, my best friend and I ended up getting into a fight. And long story short, she fucked my ex.
I'm just wondering how do I expose this bitch and or get revenge?
Because she has been known to fuck other people over who are close to her and bully girls who come near guys she's interested in. Please send me some daddy gay magic. OK. This kind of reminds me of a situation I was in in college because I've never like had a boyfriend and then one of my friends Volcom him after. But I remember when I was in college, I was so obsessed with this one guy, like my freshman and sophomore year, I had my eye on this guy that for some reason I just like personality wise was like, wait, I feel like I'm obsessed with him.
Like I really want to hook up with him. And my best friend in college literally made fun of me 24/7 for having a crush on him like it was to the point where she was like, he's disgusting. Like he's so ugly, like like she was she would say mean shit. Like he looks like he's problems, like he's fun and she would put me down for liking this guy. And so I always felt so weird. I'm like, why does she why is she so vocal about like how gross she is when I'm like he's not like he gets with a lot of girls.
Like, I don't I don't understand. So that was my freshman and sophomore year. Fast forward to my junior year of college. I found out through one of his friends that my friend ended up fucking him secretly and like I was living with this girl.
And I found out that the guy that for my first two years, who I was obsessed with, she and she put down 24/7 when she fucked him. And she never told me, like, this was literally my best friend in college. And I just remember, like, in the heat of the moment, you want to walk up to those bitches and be like, you are literally disgusting. Good for you to fuck. But like, don't ever, ever fucking put me down when you just spread your fucking pussy lips for what his disgusting dirty dick that you claim was so fucking nasty.
Well, guess what? I didn't fuck him. You did. So who's the fucking gross ass bitch now?
But. I think it's almost like with those kind of girls, what is the point to go after them? Like literally it just you seem like such a bigger person if you just never fucking speak to them again. And when they come if they do end up coming at you or come for you and they're like, why are you being so distant? Like, why are you being so weird?
Those are the type of situations where you're like, I don't need drama and I'm not trying to be a bitch, but like you are just not the type of girl that I fuck with. And I do not want to be around because you're just not a trustworthy person. And that to me is like the ugliest version of a person. And then you walk the fuck away and you never talk to that bitch again. Girls who get, like, ghosted by other girls like that shit hurts more than getting called the fuck out.
I mean, obviously, you can get in a fucking catfight and go out or at a party. I've had my moments where, like, I verbally am fucking abusing a bitch, but it's like that's very kind of immature and like I've grown out of it and I'm telling you, like, looking back on it, like you don't need to do that.
The best revenge is honestly like, why waste your breath? She's not worth it. If she did that shit, like your words will mean nothing to her. She's just like doesn't respect you. So why even give her the time of day?
My boyfriend wants me to suck his dick until I literally throw up on him. Is that supposed to be hot? I think I would literally die of embarrassment. Is that just me, a strung up on a guy's dick? A thing I don't know about? Please let me know. I love to hear from the sexperts. Love you, Alex. OK, here's the thing. First of all, if he is the one telling you he wants you to throw up on his dick, if he is the one that's saying he literally wants you to vomit, first of all, then you fucking can do it.
Like when a guy is into nasty shit, there's nothing wrong you can do. And if he's verbally telling you he wants you to choke on his dick till you throw up, you can absolutely go for it, choke on his dick and throw up the point of it. Being hot for a guy, I think, is that it means that you are literally taking his dick so far to the back of your throat that you can literally not breathe. And it's hitting your fucking larynx and you are vomiting on his fucking cock because it's so far down your fucking throat.
So to a guy that's like Nazenin to it. Yeah, he's like, fuck, bitch, like, take all of me. I think it's kind of hot. Hey, Alex, the daddy of all daddy's obviously I am a dude, OK? And I really want to buy a vibrator for my girl slash hookup slash girlfriend. We you have a girl and your hookups and your girlfriend or does he mean just like anyone that he's in the OK.
I don't know. Well a girl full blown.
Send it for the oh even though it's not her vibrator or will she be skeptical about where the vibrator has been.
Oh, this is such an interesting question because I know like I know that there are men that love to have sex toys in their room and they bring them out for bitches. But I also know as a chick, if a guy just on our first hook up full blown, whipped out a vibrator, I'd be like, So that's your ex girlfriend or that's your current girlfriend.
Like, you're just hiding all of her picture frames and you're fucking like nightstands, like what's going on?
What I would do if I were you, I would buy a vibrator, OK? And when the first time that you hook up with her, I would pretend that you don't have it OK after your first hook up, like literally in person, I would make a comment to her after you fuck saying something like next time you want to get, like, weird with her and like you want to surprise her next time with something so she knows you're like planning something which is kind of cool.
If I was in that situation, I'd be like, oh fuck, OK. And then the next time you guys fuck have the vibrator and basically pretend that you bought it for her, obviously fucking buy it and use it on all your bitches. But on the first hook up you don't use it. And then the second hook up after you make the comment, then you slide it in boom.
You guys, this girl titled her anonymous name, The SNAP Squirter, and she just goes, Hey, Daddy. So I just accidentally posted a video of me squirting, talking dirty on my snap story. The phone was slippery. You know, how do I come back from this? I fucking love this. Honestly, it's one of those things you can't come back from. But you own it. You're like, no, I was squirting all my fucking story.
What were you doing on Wednesday night? Like, what are you up to, bro? I swear to God, if anything, all the guys on your fucking story are going to be Kate, this bitch I want to fuck. And then all the girls are going to be Lokey jealous and be like, how the fuck do you squirt? I'm literally they're going to be sliding me like we bitch. How do you square it? Honestly, though, I just don't eat you.
There's nothing you can fucking do. Those are one of those moments. Have to look back and be like, I'm alive, I'm breathing, I'm healthy. Shit happens. You move the fuck on. I love you. I'm so sorry. That is. I'm so sorry. That is horrifying. But. Shit fucking happens. Is it wrong to be in a serious relationship when you're young? I feel like this whole podcast is about being single and happy and hooking up with random guys to find out what you like, but I really love the guy that I'm dating right now and I have no desire to hook up with anyone else.
Is it wrong to date and fall in love with someone when you're young? Should I end it just so I can hook up with multiple people, find out what I like and be happy on my own? OK, here's the thing.
If you are in love at a young age and you are genuinely satisfied, you should stay in that relationship, that's great. I think where the tricky part comes and what I urge people to do is like there are just too many people that get into relationships and right in saying, I feel like I should have explored more and I feel like I really wish that I could have hooked up with more people. I lost my virginity to this person and now I'm going to spend the rest of my life with them.
I just want to experience life. I know it sounds corny, but we have one fucking life and there are some people that are down to just fuck one person and they're like, I love you. This is a one day wonder. But there are also other people that are like, I need to try a couple of different places. I need to try a couple of different dicks. And that's fine. It's literally just what you're into. So I don't think you should feel bad listening to this podcast.
If you're happy and you're in love, good for you. I just urge you to like, don't ever stay in something the minute you have a weird little gut feeling like, oh, I kind of wish I was, then that's when you should get out. But no, if you're in love, I can go for it. My boyfriend I've been dating for over a year now, and I just feel like he's getting very comfortable and doesn't seem excited to see me and doesn't seem to know who he's really got.
What should I do? I'm not going to break up with him because I love him, but I do wish he would pursue me more. How do I hand and make him realize he should be trying harder? OK, well, this fucking sucks.
I just feel like once you get into like that little like period where, like, it's not fun and crazy anymore, it's like the scariest part. Like dating is nothing compared to once you get into the fucking relationship stage and keeping that shit fucking fresh, it's like that is the real scary part.
But if I could give you advice, I think that from relationships that I've had, I would urge you for you to do something crazy and aggressive and different, because a lot of times when you're like, he's not pursuing me, you got to think like, but have you pursued him lately? Like, have you dressed up in lingerie and, like, showed up for him one night? Because honestly, sometimes guys do get lazy, once are in relationships and if you and so do girls.
So if you aren't being aggressive and you aren't pursuing him and he doesn't feel wanted, then why would he do the same for you? You know what I mean? So I would just check yourself and be like, hey, like maybe you should do a little fun, cute night for him. And then all of a sudden he's like, oh fuck, my bitch is so hot. Like she wants it and then he's going to reciprocate. OK, so funny story, basically, I hooked up with this guy for the first time, Division one football player, and the sex was really good and kinky shit was going down your basic chains and whips.
I don't think he could get any kinkier until after when I got home, he Debtors' asked me if I could suck a Fruit Roll-Up off his dick. And so my question is, when I do this, do I eat the fruit roll up before or after he finishes? That's a good question. I think what I would do is I would have it wrapped on his dick. And I think as you're giving him head and when you're coming off his dick at times like when you're slurping up, I would take parts of it and unwrap it and pull it off and put it in your mouth and then go back down on his dick.
And when you're coming back up, like swallow the piece that's in your mouth when you get to the top, I think that would be super hot. So you slowly you're taking it off as you're giving him head. And then eventually, because I feel like once he comes the fruit roll up, being still on his dick, it's like I'm in my Postnet clarity. I kind of want that shit off. So if I were you throughout the blowjob, take that shit off and eat it and be swallowing it.
Also, I kind of think it would be really hot if you took a piece of it. Depends how kinky is, but he sounds kinky. I would take a piece off, rub it on your pussy and then put it up and have him eat it in his mouth. I think that could be kind of hot.
All right, Daddy gang, that is it for this motherfucking week's episodic car. I missed you all. I truly, truly, truly had fun today. I hope I know we got a little deep and I know we had different topics. And I hope you guys enjoyed that episode. Next week, I'm going to dive a little bit more into what's going on with your girl. Go follow me on social media to Alexandra Cooper. Go follow my YouTube channel.
I just put a blog up and go follow call her daddy on Instagram and Twitter and all the things. I love you guys. Don't forget to keep writing questions. And if you go to barstool dotcom and you go to call her daddy, you just write in a question and then I find you and I read you and it's anonymous. So don't worry about getting exposed. Daddy gang, I fucking love you so much. You know the motherfucking drill.
I will see you fuckers next. When.