by Tom Leykis
Tom Leykis discusses the sheer joy of preferring to celebrate an “Orphan Thanksgiving” rather than visiting family. Many people can’t (or won’t) go home to their families for the holidays for various reasons, but it’s a time of year when many will not do what they actually WANT, and will travel to visit family out of a sense of obligation or resent. Tom creates his own celebration, and invites people who are unable (or unwilling) to travel for the simple reason that they are all thrilled to be there.
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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
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
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
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