by Tom Leykis
Tom Leykis gives a gold-digger an education on how manipulators think they are in control of everything, and that’s their hubris. Because nobody is easier to manipulate…. than a manipulator.
If You’re Not A Slut, Who IS?
Tom Leykis in a 1-on-1 with a young female who cheated on her boyfriend but still wants him around. Maintaining she is “not a slut” and “it was just something that happened” won’t work. Breaking it down even in terms a grown woman can understand, Tom explains how it
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
Leykis Stumps a Single Mother
Tom Leykis speaks with a female caller who confronts and questions why he would recommend men never date single mothers under any circumstances. But in less than 3 minutes, you can observe her transformation from coy and seemingly unaware ….. to cunning and calculating. She slips and quickly
How to Treat Women
Tom Leykis offers a solution to the epidemic of western women who pass over men who treat them well in favor of “jerks” who mistreat them. “Give her what she wants! Give her what she prefers. Give her what she thinks she deserves: to be treated like CRAP. … and she will LOVE
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
A Man waiting in the Wings
Tom Leykis enforces the standard of “no male friends”. Men generally have a world of options. Since men are generally expected to do the initiating, approaching, the asking out, the calling, the proposing, the date-arranging (and women more often expect this)… it follows that odds
"Was engaged for a year and just blew it off. I’d lasted until 44 to succumb to marriage but as soon as I’d become engaged I stated having panic attacks about all the boredom and possible ruin that awaited me . Blew it all off two weeks ago and the minute I ended it I instantly felt myself again . Screw that death sentence!"