In the absence of an all-new riffin, enjoy this bonus conversation with Stoya where we discuss her Fleshlight line, her controversial Steven Klein photoshoot (see the riffin.net post on this episode for the details), a high-profile past relationship of hers, and a whole lot more. It's just 30 minutes, but it's packed with juicy tidbits to hold you over until next week. Enjoy!
This is it, riffolonians. The FINAL episode in the epic saga that is and was Straight Riffin. Dwayne Perkins brought it hard, fast, loud and hilarious like only Dwayne could. We talked about success, the ridiculous chasm between platinum status between countries of the world, language barriers, Dwayne's "CAKE" system (and Mitcz's attempt to re-word some of the letters in the acronym), dating, touring, and so much more. We even play the absolute last game of Google Feud and you'll never guess who wins! Stay subscribed so you can be updated as to what's coming next.
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.
Jackie Gold joins us for a solid riffin' session in Ep106. We discuss her brief foray into the world of J-Date while explaining related sites, jewish culture, her jewish summer camp, and young Jackie's diary entries. We also discuss strip clubs, young love, weed culture, pop-culture (and why it's lost on Mitcz) and much more. Enjoy!
We had a nice one-hour, low-key Riffin this week with comedian Ian Edwards. After discussing his podcast "The Preposterous Sessions", we got into a discussion on food, health, meat, vegetarianism, the difficulties of avoiding cancer and quite a bit more. Lots to learn this episode, so enjoy!
If you love pets (especially cats), you're gonna LOVE this episode with returning guest Amy Witry. Closing out "All Women Everything", we talk cats to an almost absurd degree. And we discuss dogs. And cuteness. Then weird pets. Then weird animals. Then the De-Extinction of animals. And Teddy's desire to raise a Wolf Pack. And... just absurdity in general. Really, there's no way to properly explain this episode but it's a riot and you're gonna love it. Also, we apologize for the crackling mics towards the end of the episode. We're working on it, but it's so rare it's hard to lock down what it might be.