Live calls! Painful vaginas! Rectal Fissures! Testosterone! This show has it all, except for a professional delivery by its hosts.
Topics include: Post episiotomy vaginal pain, weird labial cysts, lots of testosterone questions, and a guy with a hot doctor and an embarassing medical issue.
Horrific. In one word that's my description of this show. We announced our partnership with RiotCast, ascended to #24 on iTunes, and this dropped THIS load on our listeners. We're doing the podcast AFTER recording 2 hours of SiriusXM shows and the drinking and fatigue are starting to show already. I'm thinking we'll start doing podcasts on Saturday afternoons, but we're open to ideas...we just have to find a time that we can plan on. Thanks to Big A for taking pity on us and calling in live.
May is "National Masturbation Month"! Well, we never needed an excuse for that particular activity, but it gave us a chance to rehash stories of our early attempts at "self love". In addition, we discuss "Vaginismus" (spasm of the pubococcygeal muscle causing difficult penetration and painful intercourse), the health risks of eating boogers (it's all in the nose-picking), and a bunch of other malarkey. We have a visit from "Dr Paul", too. Dr Paul was supposed to be our expert on foot problems but dropped a big doody when we asked him about a guy with an unusual issue.
In this episode, we introduce the idea of "Weird Medicine" and review the history of the show while playing a million old testicle and toe-jam questions from the original XM 202 live show. Along the way we take live phone calls about why low-carb diets cause constipation (answer: hell if I can figure it out), medical uses of urine (there are none, basically...OOPS I GAVE IT AWAY), Saturday night palsy, night sweats and some other crap. Oh, and we discuss why we're still not professional broadcasters after 5 years of doing this and then prove it with one flub after another. HA! Welcome to the new RiotCast show; I'm sure the network is thrilled that they signed a couple of idiots from Tennessee, medical license or no. enjoy!
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