Your questions, answered.
Your questions, answered.
Swapping Streaming Logins & Halloween Costumes at Work
Dillon, Sally, and Will discuss if it's trash to swap streaming logins in your 30s, kicking a groomsman out of your wedding for cheating on a bridesmaid, your mom stealing 10 grand from you, unpacking everything and putting it all away while on vacation, company Halloween costume contests, joining a fraternity, and splitting the cost of your dog with the new girlfriend.
Nitro Cold Brew, Deserted Islands, & Working Out on Vacation
Dillon, Sally, and Will discuss letting yourself go since you aren't attracting the opposite sex anyway, disagreeing with your SO on home decor, homemade nitro cold brew, which three beverages you're brining to a deserted island, the most overrated movies and TV shows, only choosing one method of cooking for the rest of your life, and working out on vacation.
The Boss's Daughter, Dating in 2020 & Ancient Drip
Dillon, Sally, and Dave discuss groups throughout history with the best drip, how we check our personal problems at the studio door, dating the boss's daughter, what it's like trying to date when you're a Trump supporter, being given a 30-day "must improve or else" notice from your employer, dating someone who walks into traffic, and a guy who purposely removed his birthday from Facebook and still expects everyone to remember it.
Boots, Getting Stood Up, & All-Time Grams
Dillon, Brett, and Dave discuss our bodies deteriorating as we get older, which starter pair of boots to cop, our favorite grams we've ever posted, which douchey cars we'd drive, being stood up by your date, if it's trash to schedule two first dates on the same day, and the right length for a bachelor party.
Divorce, Go-To Airport Snacks, & The Group Chat
Dillon, Sally, and Dave discuss rooming with someone with whom you've previously had sexual tension, what to do about your 180-person December wedding, go-to airport foods, how to move on with your life after a divorce, letting your wife read the squad group chat, telling the guy you're dating that you used to be a live-in fraternity House Mom as a 22-year-old, and working out so much your thighs become too big for your shorts.
Conspiracy Theories & Parks in Podcasting
Dillon, Sally, and Dave discuss our generation's parents becoming right wing conspiracy theorists, how to lift your significant other during a bout of low self-esteem, first date Covid protocol, two-day-old breakfast tacos, whether Dillon will get his son into podcasting, whether a queen size bed is big enough for two adults, and the phrase "asking for a friend."