★ ★ ★ Winner of: Best Mexican at the 2011 Ghosties ★ ★ ★
Asho, also known as Ashhole, is a an occasional troll and serious caller on Ghost's True Capitalist Radio Broadcast, pretending to be an abused Mexican child. Asho's mother is often speculated to be looking for Alabama blacksnake at happy hour, as Asho has claimed during numerous calls to be left alone in the house. His mother's efforts have apparently paid off, as Asho recently claimed that she was impregnated by a rich black man.
Asho tends to call Ghost using many different area codes, which has caused Ghost to trigger cans.wav. He claims to have nine different numbers.
In Episode 204, Asho called Ghost, saying that he believed he was becoming a Brony. Later on, during the same episode's Radio Graffiti, Asho was revealed to be at Suspicious Tumbleweed's house, where she was babysitting him. Upon finding out, Ghost was driven to trigger cans.wav once again.
CallsAsho is one of the more frequent trolls simply because of the number of phones he has access to. Asho's calls usually consist of him bragging about his mother being at Applebee's or other restaurants looking for Alabama Blacksnake or telling stories about being physically and sexually abused by his family. Asho is also known to brag about masturbating, watching pornographic material, and consuming marijuana.
Asho also has several eight year old supposed-friends and enemies that regularly call Ghost.
He once called in claiming to have become a brony. Ghost went into conniptions at hearing this claim, and went on a long, semi-intelligible rant, in which he claimed that "[Asho]'s gonna have a bean-n-cheese cutie mark!". Asho was almost certainly trolling with this statement, knowing of Ghost's hatred of bronies, and to that end it was quite successful.
Ghost's reactions to Asho are similar to that of other young trolls, often blaming the parents (shouting "Where are the parents?!"). He refers to Asho as being eight years old in spite of the fact that Asho himself claims to be 14.
Near the end of TCR's original run, Ghost usually just dismissed Asho, often calling him a "Justin Bieber Bean 'n' Cheese having Mexican kid" (Justin Bieber's hairstyle is similar to Asho's) and sometimes telling him to "go and chew on a rubber tortilla", like he does with most Mexican callers.
Save Ashhole Wednesday
Asho's greatest moments on the broadcast (before the Return) include a two-day troll in which Ghost created Save Ashhole Wednesday (Tuesday-Wednesday, November 1st-2nd 2011). Asho's troll began with him telling Ghost how he was recently abused by his parents. Ghost made a plan to intervene by calling Child Protective Services whenever he received the next call from Asho. Unfortunately, this was all revealed to be an elaborate troll during the next Radio Graffiti due to Asho's refusal to give his mother the phone. In the end, Ghost got mad as usual and hung up on the kid.
After Ghost came back in 2016, Asho began calling in again, now 19 years old and in his second year at college, studying computer science. Asho's first call was met with denial by Ghost who did not believe that 'an eight year old Mexican kid' could now be a 19 year old in college. Asho is now a serious caller who occasionally has full length, serious discussions with Ghost about culture (being Mexican), politics and other topics. They have since become friends.
Ghost seems to see Asho from almost a fatherly perspective and has even offered to take him out for drinks at some point when he turns 21. During Capitalist Episode 272 Asho thanked Ghost for being 'the fatherly influence I never had' and then restated that he was serious and not trolling.
In October 2016, Asho would go back to his trolling ways, by bootlegging Ghost's autographs, mass producing Ghost's autographs by copying them. Ghost would rage and call Asho an "Indian Giver," losing a lot of respect for him. Asho has since infrequently called in stating he would bootleg Ghost's autograph, and more recently became a Stumbling Mumbling Jerkdick after huffing too much paint at the suggestion of Distilling Capitalist.