Ladies and gentlemen put your hands up and your dollars down for Nefertiti!!! She is a fellow wardrobe stylist and a good “Judy” of Ross.’ Take a listen as she explains her love for beauty, makeup, and glamour. And boy bands. And Selena. And RuPaul’s Drag Race. And Motley Crue, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Tupac, and Murder She Wrote, and Columbo. She’s a complicated woman, ok? She’s got taste and opinions and she’s not afraid to tell you all about it. Nef has come to the Who Cares recording studio to spill the T, and throw the shade (when warranted). Enjoy!
This episode starts in the thick of an awkward relationship conversation. A bit of a tiff. Ross and Patrick are cranky and tired and on different emotional pages so they decided to bring the listener with them on this uncomfortable journey of challenging communication. It’s an inside peak into the highs and lows of marriage. Sometimes couples have to hash some shit out while they podcast because there’s no time like the present, right? RIGHT?! Also, they were too busy to record any other time, sooooooo… Wanna hear what 8 years of commitment and knowing everything about each other sounds like? Have a listen!
Finally! Danielle, a virgo, promptly arrives on the podcast and spills all the T. She is not only a teacher, wife, and mother, but she’s also a well read pop culture queen. Join Ross, Patrick, and Danielle as they take a walk down memory lane and discuss how this chosen family truly began and withstood early sobriety in the hipster capital of the world, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Despite Ross’ hatred for pop punk, love still thrived.
To say that this woman is inspiring is an understatement! Maryam Ajayi is a trailblazer in the wellness world. Specializing in reiki and breath work, she’s working hard to make healing and self care inclusionary and accessible. Never shying away from challenging conversation, she has written thought provoking pieces for medium.com and has begun holding monthly salons to discuss diversity in wellness. Maryam also spills the “T” on her former life as a republican and how she plans to bring about change in the business world through intuitive energy work. Ross and Patrick thought about asking Maryam to create a thrupple but instead just decided to have an incredibly interesting chat. Join them, won’t you?
Soul Cycle Instructor, Comedienne, Actress, International Icon. Ross Days is serving “Rihanna At The Airport” meets the Olsen twins and he’s here to talk about it. That’s right, TWO ROSSES!!! Can you believe it? How will Patrick fair? Have no idea what any of this means? Well tune in and unpack the mythical ADHD creature that is Ross….
Trying to keep your long term relaish fresh? Ross and Patrick have been married for two years and ran away to a farm to celebrate. It don’t get no fresher than that! Hear all about their weekend spent with a goat who don’t give a fuck, a trio of golden retrievers, and a couple animals banging in the barn. Maybe they’ll even give you some unsolicited sex tips. You’re welcome!
The music was loud and the bones were brittle. It was The Great Roller Disco Tragedy of 2019. On this episode, we tell the very sad tale of how Ross went from being a dancing queen to the old lady with thin bones who shouldn’t have been at the rink at all. Also– Have you heard the news? America’s healthcare is bullshit.
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This week we care about radical babe Alexis Hope Krase! A truly inspirational woman, she owns and operates New York City’s premiere plus size boutique, Plus BKLYN. Buckle up and absorb some wisdom from Alexis while Ross tries to get her to be her life coach.
Fashion. Comedy. Drag. “The Nightmare.” Join us while we chat with Michael Ray Solis about growing up gay in The South, Christian fraternities, and living your truth in The Big Apple.
I’ll tell ya who cares about Drag Queens- Ross and I care about Drag Queens!! It’s a major part of our relationship herstory. The glue that keeps our marriage together is probably reality TV. Namely The Bachelor and Ru Paul’s Drag Race. In this episode we talk about our love for Drag, our favorite Queens, the inspiring RuPaul himself, and many more people, places, and things relating to this topic. We hope you enjoy this episode whether you’re a fan of drag or not.