DiscDogger Weekly #14 – Puppies, Premature Ejumpulation, Bite Club, and Turning the World UpSide Down

Welcome to Episode 14 of DiscDogger Weekly!

We’ve got some sweet rounds of TimeWarp from Bite Club, the Grasshopper puppy’s 2nd Disc Dog Jam, some Epic sequence stealing, a bunch collection and tracking work to cure Premature Ejumpulation, and a few throwing lessons.

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