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Submitted by Wedge19 643d ago | videocast

PSLS’ Morning Wood Episode 008: The Enemy of my En-Naomi is a Very Sexy Giveaway

Welcome to episode eight of Morning Wood! This episode contains some of the sexiest content that has ever been featured on the show. Chandler declares war on an attractive female who is trying to steal the ‘Wood’ legacy, find out that Wood has been helping facilitate some fans’ addictions, and what comes after sex and drugs? That’s right: Rock and roll! So this week there's a giveaway of a recent PSN game to complete the package. Join Wood for another week of insanity and enjoy the latest episode of Morning Wood below. (Culture, God Mode, PS Vita, PS3, PS4)

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TrendyGamers  +   644d ago
Finally! I was wondering when Morning Wood would be up.
dbjj12088  +   643d ago
Usually it's up when you wake up.
knifefight  +   643d ago
Or if you're me, it's...

...never ;_;
dbjj12088  +   643d ago
Haha, subscribed.

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