by Tom Leykis
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 the privilege of paying for her, and his company has no value whatsoever.
AWALT All Women Are Like That
“Not all grenades are like that!” Tom Leykis reads from a submission from a listener who heard his fiancee repeatedly declared she was “not the kind of person” who would ever rake him over the coals in a divorce. But after having been driven to bankruptcy, he now believes
Women Who Use Sex as a Bargaining Tool
This one has a longer lead in, so if you would rather skip it, jump to 4:15. Tom Leykis reads “an open letter to my wife” on the air from a man who’s wife misrepresented herself before the wedding. As soon as the marriage contract was signed, she began withholding her affection as
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
Dump That Bitch for the Holidays
Tom Leykis recommends “dumping that bitch”(DTB) who places enormous expectations around the holidays. Perhaps she is expecting a proposal, or the little blue box from Tiffany’s under the tree. Some women will even be demanding enough to pose an ultimatum: “propose to me my
Have the B~~~~ to Give a Cheap Gift
Tom Leykis discards the idea of gift-giving being about outdoing yourself, or that giving should come from a sense of obligation. You girlfriend or wife may be expecting diamond earrings, but this is a danger zone, because if giving her anything else is considered a “disappointment”,
No Engagement Ring
Radio personality Tom Leykis deconstructs an article on the legal battle over an engagement ring, and explains how even an artificial diamond (CEZ) is still – after all – a real ring. The professor schools the last caller just perfectly, but the shameful and outrageous expectations have
"Once upon a time, I would court a girl. I would wine and dine. We would talk for hours on the phone getting to know each other. I always believed it was the thoughtful little things that mattered most. Now: I get done with her by 11:00pm so she can drive herself home."
- Johnny Wayne