by Tom Leykis
Radio shock jock Tom Leykis likens the general appearance of married men and their deflated vitality to that of a beaten dog. A newly married man will appear to be quite content at first, as pleased as a frog in a pot of cool fresh water – with no predators around – until you turn the gas on. Unaware of the high flame beneath him, the frog has no idea he is in a heap of trouble until he is turned into “frog soup”.
Tom Leykis speaks to a complaining female caller on the importance of negotiating all of the terms of a marriage contract – in advance – by openly outlining with your life partner what you want, and what you are prepared to do. He will hear none of her complaining and educates her on
High Maintenance Women
Radio Personality Tom Leykis discusses “high-maintenance” women who believe their time is more valuable than yours. Using an example where a man wants to go to Las Vegas and asks a woman to join him, she expects to be paid over and above being his guest – as if he should pay for
Tom Leykis and The Deceptive Andrea
Tom Leykis does his very best to remain an impartial observer when caller “Andrea” tells of her pregnancy as a result of an anonymous triste with a nameless black stranger in the parking garage of a hotel when she was out drunk one night. It gets interesting when she reveals her intent
You Don’t Use The Mouth
A hilarious single episode of the “I knew you was a snake” [sic] radio show, in which an Indian woman suspects her husband (by arranged marriage) may be cheating. The radio show stages a mock concert-ticket giveaway to a Beyoncé concert while his wife is listening on the line. When
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