Seriously? OMG! WTF?Jeff Garlin hid his son's foreskin at Sleeping Beauty’s Castle - Seriously? OMG! WTF?
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[ # ] Jeff Garlin hid his son’s foreskin at Sleeping Beauty’s Castle
June 16th, 2015 under Conan O'Brien, The Goldbergs


Jeff Garlin was on Conan yesterday and he told the TBS late night host about his first son’s circumcision.
Shortly after Garlin moved to Los Angeles, his first son was born. Since he is Jewish, they had a Bris for his heir. When the Mohel was done, he gave the star of The Goldbergs his son’s foreskin wrapped in foil and told him to bury it somewhere special for good luck.
Since Garlin was new to LA, he didn’t know where to go. Then he decided to go to Disneyland and do it there. He wanted to make it special, so he was going to eat all of the food in the “crappy lands” and then go throw that little piece of his son off at the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. That was his plan and plans don’t always go as planned.
As he walked around the park alone and eating, people were looking at him funny. At that point, he felt he needed to get out of Fantasyland and go home. So he looked over, saw Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, picked up a rock, attached the foil pouch to it and threw it. Maybe one day his son will date a woman, who is put into a deep sleep by an evil witch, and he will kiss her to wake her up. What else could happen to a boy whose foreskin was thrown towards the castle of one of Disney’s Princesses?
Garlin has another son and yesterday he revealed to everyone what he did with that foreskin. No, it is not as Disneyland with his brother’s. Instead, it is at the fountain in The Grove shopping center. I feel bad for the person who went looking for quarters and found Garlin’s son’s foreskin instead. Talk about bad luck, but then again if you are taking quarters out of a fountain, you are pretty much screwed.
I wonder what his kids are going to get him for father’s day, now that they know where daddy got rid of their foreskins?

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