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Curtis Stone Teaches Conan to Cook His Pork For Date Night

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On last night's Conan, Top Chef Masters Aussie hunk, Curtis Stone, tried to teach Conan how to score on date night by cooking his lady a nice meal.

But get two guys to play with their meat together and hilariousness ensues.

As Curtis tells Conan to "get his pork in the bag", Conan proceeds to "beat his meat" (which, by the way is "way too hard", according to stone).

The guys then "bump and grind" their spices to a little "boom-chick-a-wow-wow" music, as Conan notes his meat looks "like a murder victim".

Watch after the jump.

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