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Category Archives: Sex
Our 101st episode!! We talk all about the junk we’ve geared up with to keep a baby alive for nearly 8 months. We complain about internet marketing and the parental industrial complex but we also come through with a big recommendation: If you have a new child who won’t sleep, you need to get a mechanical bull.
Can you believe it?!?! They made it to episode 100! It only took 3 years, recording inconsistently, and some major life upheavals but they did it. Ross and Patrick take a walk down memory lane but not without discussing politics and The Bachelor. It wouldn’t be 100 episodes of Who Cares if they didn’t bounce around from topic to topic like they forgot to take their adderall. Viewer, thank you for coming on this journey with Ross and Patrick and here’s to a 100 more! Love you!
We recorded this episode on the morning of January 20, 2021 in the hours before Joe Biden was inaugurated. Patrick is thinking about joining a far right extremist group and he tells Ross all about the cool options out there
Content content content!!! The Bachelorette, Dolly Parton, and MURDER. Here’s what we’re watching this holiday season. Well, throughout 2020 I guess.
Ross and Patrick have been completely preoccupied by new parenthood and haven’t found a moment to record… until now! They missed you so. Hopefully you don’t mind that “who cares” has become less sexy, and more sleep deprived and child obsessed. They warned you when Ross got pregnant, all bets are off and so are the sex parties, at least for a little while. Join Ross and Patrick on their tour of sleep training a 5 month old baby and what it does to the adult brain. Enjoy!
Uncle Dave AKA Uncle Bubz is back and is here to charm your baby. What is not to love about this man??
The Holbertineaus check in about Patrick’s adventures in child rearing by himself
Patrick and Ross get together to talk through childhood anxieties and the current cricks in their necks