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You Will Now Know What A Ghost Orgasm Sounds Like Thanks To Conan O'Brien

By Andrew Sanford | TV | August 19, 2022 |

By Andrew Sanford | TV | August 19, 2022 |

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Ghosts have to get off too! Wait, where are you going? Don’t click out of the page! Be cool, alright? We’re just here to talk about ghostly orgasms. Why? Because Conan O’Brien has unleashed the idea upon us. Complete with sounds and an in-depth discussion that seemingly comes out of nowhere (much like a ghost).

In a new clip from Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend, Conan and his wonderful co-hosts, Sona Movsesian and Matt Gourley, started with a truly mundane topic: the removal of trash from a stool. From there, things go to nose-blowing, and let me say that I agree with Matt Gourley. I also have a hard time using tissues as I do not have a nose I have a schnoz. Tissues practically disintegrate with one blow. It’s to the point where I wish that tissues were stronger because —

What’s that? You want me to get back to the ghost orgasms? Well, thank you for finally getting on board! My apologies for getting distracted.

From nose-blowing, we get to Conan moaning in the bathroom while rubbing used hand towels on himself (you wanted this). As the moans continue, Conan suggests they sound more like a spooky ghost. Things grow even more erotic as they wonder aloud what would make a ghost orgasm. In this case, it is mundanity.

This bit perfectly plays to everyone’s strengths. Sona plays a perfect “straight man” to Conan’s outrageous behavior, and Matt lies somewhere in the middle of them both. If I wanted to play someone an example of the show at its finest, aside from the interviews, this would be a clip to show them. It’s silly as hell in the best possible ways.

There! You got your ghost orgasming. Is this how you get your kicks? Then you and I are one and the same.

Andrew lives in NYC. You can follow him on Twitter.

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