by Tom Leykis
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 early as their honeymoon.
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
"You want answers to the multiplex paradox of understanding women? Lets look at the word “understand” or to “stand under”. It’s out of natural order to stand beneath, or “under” a woman. It’s that simple, or do you need more shit dropped on your head? All because you allowed yourself to be manipulated into the wrong position. It’s all about the laws of gravity, position, and shit."