6 Episodes tagged : love
Ep107 – Danielle Stewart
Danielle Stewart started a riff within a few seconds of the intro and we rode that wave for almost 2 straight hours, before a record-breaking game of Google Feud. During the episode, we talked about the communicative gender divide, past loves, what makes a relationship work, how to talk to your partner, where people make mistakes in love, and so much more. This is a fantastic, nonstop escapade into interpersonal relationships and a riffin that'll keep you on your toes.
Ep102 – Jade Catta-Preta
Ohh it gets DEEP and FILTHY in the best way possible on this Riffin with Jade Catta-Preta. She holds nothing back, and everyone comes out of their shells a bit as we get into topics about dating, cheating, sex on the road, open relationships, the intricacies of oral sex, and SO much more. Much comedy discussion is thrown in as well, and nary a second goes by without some fast-paced Riffin' madness.
Ep96 – Justin Rupple
This is a heated Riffin here, kids. Justin Rupple returns to regale us of his tales as an actor chef for a commercial, which somehow briefly touches on the Manti Te'o scandal, thereby leading us down a heated debate road of the media, the world, the psychology of the brain, and a number of uncomfortable moments. We round it out on happier subjects, including the discussion of the open-letter proposal for a McWorld.
Ep84 – The Amazing Clarks
Anthony & Melanie Clark ("The Amazing Clarks") joined us for what is inarguably our most enlightening (and, surprise! loving!) episode ever. We delve into the chasm between traditional relationship structures and the Luxury Dating lifestyle Anthony & Melanie meet with couples and singles to cultivate. There's a LOT more to it than that, and a LOT more riffin than we can fit into this description - but this episode might just change your life.
Ep64 – Joe Matarese
Joe Matarese didn't just swing through and riff with us -- he was in full-on "fixing people" mode. We got deep into some great psychology of each of our pasts, our families, and our minds. It doesn't get weepy or too serious, it's just a damn good time and a great listen. Thanks again, Joe! Awesome guy. Also, check out his podcast "Fixing Joe".