I tried to ask MDWAP’s Rocky Flintstone about sextech for 5 hours, but he remains an enigma


There are few people that haven’t heard of the comedy juggernaut that is My Dad Wrote A Porno – the podcast that started out as three friends reading an erotic novel one of their dads wrote, while sat around a table chatting.

And even fewer people were in doubt as to the worldly knowledge and insight that would spew forth from the second the title of the first book was revealed: Belinda Blinked; 1 A modern story of sex, erotica and passion. How the sexiest sales girl in business earns her huge bonus by being the best at removing her high heels.

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Rarely is so much punctuation seen in a book title.

The author of the aforementioned tomes is Rocky Flintstone; a man that clearly has a way with words, and a willingness to use them.

As the creator of such an incredibly popular erotica-cum-business-and-management series of books, I thought it’d be good to get some insight into how Rocky sees the world of sextech and the future of adult entertainment.

It didn’t go so well.

And with that, the enigmatic Rocky wandered off into the digital mists, presumably to bother Herb Alpert.

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