This week Patrick and Ross catch up after being separated by The Road for four days. Ross experiences shades of single motherhood while Patrick was out performing at various breweries around the northeast trying to make enough money to feed his dog-ter back home. Listen in as the two share their respective adventures and discuss life ahead.
It’s episode 50!! Can you believe it?? It only took this duo 50 episodes to decide what they really care about (or at least what they actually want to talk about): Sex, love, alternative relationships, and everything in between! This week Ross and Patrick reveal more about their foray into ethical non-monogamy and their plans for sexual world domination (Kidding! They only wanna start a sex cult. Or maybe a commune). Does all this sound scary and confusing and like too much information? Then maybe sit this one out. Or does it sound captivating and titillating and like you’ve always had questions about things like this? Then dive into the warm poly embrace of this week’s show. XOXO!
This week Patrick and Ross and their third co-host and dog, Peggy, drive southbound on I-95 and talk about all sorts of things. (Well truthfully, Patrick and Ross do most of the talking while Peggy naps in a donut formation in the back seat). Take a listen as The Family Holbertineau mourns the passing of their dear Aunt Sue, discuss father’s day, and share their gratitude for the kind feedback about last week’s bombshell episode from supportive listeners. Get Pegged ya’ll!
On their most revealing episode yet, Ross & Patrick discuss STI’s, non-monogamy, and sex in general. If you thought it was impossible for them to be even more transparent, take a listen as Ross shouts her truth from the rooftop while Patrick skittishly divulges his. With this podcast, they hope that by opening up more, they can promote more positive conversation around sexual health and relationships. Open your mind (and maybe your legs) to this week’s show!
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?
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!
Jen D. President of our relationship, Wife to Bay, Mother to Niko, and the FIRST RETURNING GUEST OF WHO CARES!!! On this episode, we discuss the trials and tribulations of being postpartum, breastfeeding around your family, and what “playing house” meant for Jen and Ross as kids. Oh, and for the love of god- don’t say “uncomfortability” around Jen because you’ll immediately be dead to her. Ok bye!
It’s impossible not to care about hysterical comedy couple Courtney Maginnis and Casey James Salengo. He hails from the trailer parks of Vermont while she reps Virginia. At first these two were just comedy colleagues but then the gravitational pull of true love was too strong. Take a listen as they share about being sports fanatics, moving in together, and how couples therapy helps them argue better. Strap in and strap on, babies!
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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