Dating philosophy can be a divisive topic. A broad range of worldviews brings a broad range of definitions and confusion often reigns! We were asked – as three guys who’ve successfully navigated the waters of pre-marriage romantic relationships – how to go about a romantic relationship. Here are the answers we gave, whether you like them or not! Let us know what you think about our ideas.
Who says Paul and Simon are the only ones who do car trips? It’s a two-way street. Literally. This week, Michael travels down to a recording session with only one passenger – YOU!
If you want updates on married life, undercover police stings, and inception-like metaphors, then this one’s for you.
Well, we’ve nearly missed the #BoatyMcBoatface on this one, but it’s still a hot topic, so why not? We got two British consultants in to help us answer questions like: “What is the EU?” and “Are British citizens deluded to think they’re still the superpower they were?” “Why does Paul care?” and “Why can’t Paul hold a British accent?” #brexit #bregret
Michael, Paul, and Simon pride themselves in making episodes with little to no preparation and definitely no factual research. Parenting is a complex process, but we we have theoretically perfect, yet totally unproven methods! Enjoy!
In an attempt to prove they could do something no one was asking them to do in the first place, Paul and Simon record a podcast from Hobart to Campbell Town. This is the last half of the journey. WARNING: It gets no better.
This is a really strange episode. Traditionally, every ten episodes we just talk about whatever – often including details of our lives useless to everyone on earth. This one might be a little different though. There might accidentally be some incidental content! Sure, there’s no singular topic and you might break your neck in the whiplash of topic-change, but hey – it was fun!
We’re back! Today we’re looking at the topic of Church. What is a ‘church’? How do you make one? Have you accidentally been going to church by listening to this podcast? Today, some but not all of these questions will be answered in a potentially satisfying way.