Tag Archives: Sex

Ep. 012 – Who cares about RuPaul’s Belch Race??



Ross and Patrick attempt to discuss the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race while Ross’ body has other plans. Between gas, drowsiness, and a trypophobic meltdown, it’s a miracle this episode exists at all. If you can hang in there through all the gross details, you’ll be rewarded with the duo’s vision of the afterlife where RuPaul himself presides over heaven.


Ep. 009 – Who cares about Ms. C??



Let’s get this woman a TV show!! Ms. C should be on the Food Network cooking Latin classics and sweet potato pies while sassing fellas she met on Tindr. She’s a hilarious standup, successful real-estate agent, and a self-proclaimed “feral adult.” Enjoy this episode as we talk about her love affair with reality television, sex & dating, and Cuba.


Ep. 008 – Who cares about Michael Ray Solis??



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.

 


Ep. 007 – Who cares about Drag Queens??



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.


Ep. 006 – Who cares about the New Year??



It’s 2018, and after surviving a bout of strep throat after the holidays, we’re back to catch up! On this episode we chat about The Bachelor, The Obamas, pupusas, and the circle of life. Thanks for listening!


Ep. 001 – Who cares about these two??



Welcome to the Who Cares Podcast! This is our first episode where us two narcissists discuss our favorite topic- US! Take a journey back in time to when we were just kids trying to get our own lives together when we met.