TGP Episode 31: Date ideas, A father’s changing role, Awkward Strippers

Cucch and Sae share results from the latest poll: Must haves for the weekend.

Go to The Guys’ Network to view results. Topping the poll was: Making Sweet Love. David Duchovny, of the hip Showtime series, “Californication” has an opinion on the term “Making Love.” Click the link to listen to his quote. Listen to the show to hear Sae’s opinion.

Some other choices for the weekend were:

Playing sports, cooking, spending time with the family, drinking a cold libation, etc. Even our President is getting into the weekend action.

In Father Stories Sae shares a story about his daughter Maya, which brought up a larger question for both Cucch and Sae. As our kids mature, and get older, how do our roles change as fathers? Cucch shares a story of his own.

Next, Cucch and Sae answer your relationship questions in the Ask the Guys segment.

Courtney asks: Is he into me?

Teresa asks: Am I too young to wait out my long distance relationship?

If you have any relationship questions, dating questions, or general questions about guys, leave us a note on the Ask the Guys page, or give us a call at: 347-855-GUYS. We’ll try to answer them on our next show, or on the Ask the Guys page. And be sure to read some of the archive. We’ve been asked a lot of interesting questions.

InThe Stream of Consciousness we spin the big wheel just once, and it falls on Stripping. Who put that up there?!! Suprisingly, both Cucch and Sae have a lot to say on the topic. Or maybe not surprisingly?

In THE MEAT we discuss creative date ideas. From indoor picnics, to rollerblading, we share what’s worked for us in the past, AND present. Because it’s important to keep dating even when you’ve been together a long time.

For other creative date ideas check out these great sites.

The Art of Manliness

Nifty Date Ideas

All Swagga

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