Ladies (if there are any left) and Gentlemen (which is unlikely if you listen to this show), as we stated in last weeks submission, we are going to try a different format this week: two 60 to 90 minute shows, one on Sunday evening at 8 pm, and the other this coming Thursday at 8 pm.
“What the fuck can they cram into a show that is only 60 to 90 minutes long”, you ask? Well wait for the rest of the fucking post! Plenty!
Women often talk about wanting to eat the fat cheeks of little babies or cute little animals (never the body parts you wish, right fellas???) and we’ve always look at them a little sideways like they are fucking crazy.
Turns out, like usual, smart people decided to study the phenomenon (wow, I spelled pnenomenon <—-WRONG right without spell check, but then failed in pumping myself up about it … sorry, moving on) and NBC News via Yale gives us the scoop. It got us thinking about things we like to eat on sight (HINT … a different kind of baby cheeks). Here’s the link:
In usual tasteless fashion, we follow up a story about cute things and the symbolic ingestion of such things, with the actual Mexican dude who likes to BBQ doggystyle (This story is not really news in the Koreas, BTW):
” If your child goes down the street, and someone makes fun of him because he dropped a pass in a pickup game, or SAYS HE’S FAT, and he comes home crying to his mom, you’d understand.” -Coach Mike Gundy, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoMmbUmKN0E
We had a discussion regarding whats its like to want to get in better shape, or any shape other than round on the last show. Turns out, fat loss has become hipster …
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen. Feel free to drop by and share your thoughts and dreams with us, so long as it doesn’t involve the consumptions of actual BBQ dog … you know what, we want to hear from you too! In fact, call (646)595-3230 while we’re live and tell us the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten. You can also tell us anytime on any of the other mediums we use.
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