by Tom Leykis
Radio shock jock Tom Leykis likens the general appearance of married men and their deflated vitality to that of a beaten dog. A newly married man will appear to be quite content at first, as pleased as a frog in a pot of cool fresh water – with no predators around – until you turn the gas on. Unaware of the high flame beneath him, the frog has no idea he is in a heap of trouble until he is turned into “frog soup”.
A Man waiting in the Wings
Tom Leykis enforces the standard of “no male friends”. Men generally have a world of options. Since men are generally expected to do the initiating, approaching, the asking out, the calling, the proposing, the date-arranging (and women more often expect this)… it follows that odds
If You’re Not A Slut, Who IS?
Tom Leykis in a 1-on-1 with a young female who cheated on her boyfriend but still wants him around. Maintaining she is “not a slut” and “it was just something that happened” won’t work. Breaking it down even in terms a grown woman can understand, Tom explains how it
Women Who Use Sex as a Bargaining Tool
This one has a longer lead in, so if you would rather skip it, jump to 4:15. Tom Leykis reads “an open letter to my wife” on the air from a man who’s wife misrepresented herself before the wedding. As soon as the marriage contract was signed, she began withholding her affection as
"I used to think the worst thing in life was to be alone. It's not. The worst thing in life is end up with people who make you feel alone."
- Robin Williams