Tolerable Nausea 037: Reality Bites

In this episode of Tolerable Nausea the guys have trouble doing simple math. Woody questions the judicial system. Russell doubts the realism of reality T.V. Toby gives a few examples of bad parenting. And Eric ponders the motives of a troubled rapper.

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  1. Casey says:

    And, finally, the ancient Greeks and Romans actually found large penises to be unattractive. Long, thick penises were considered–at least in the highbrow view– grotesque, comic, or both and were usually found on fertility gods, half-animal critters such as satyrs, ugly old men, and barbarians. A circumcised penis was particularly gross. The ideal penis was small, thin, and covered with a long, tapered foreskin. The immature male’s equipment was especially admired, which may account not only for the small size but the scarcity of body hair in classical art. A passage from Aristophanes sums up the most desirable masculine features: “a gleaming chest, bright skin, broad shoulders, tiny tongue, strong buttocks, and a little prick.”


    • Woody says:

      Wow you may have found the earliest documented case for over compensation. No wonder the Romans were so hell bent on taking over the world. They say those who have the power make the rules. I can just see a bunch of guys sitting around in togas saying if we take over the world we can tell people our small dicks are cool and big dicks are gross!!!

  2. Casey says:

    As far as the “armed robbery” goes, I fully believe anyone with a charge of armed robbery, even with a BB gun, should be treated equally. The intention is to make the victim believe their life is in danger for the sole purpose of procuring the money they’re in charge of. Weather it’s a plastic gun or a .44 magnum, your intention may not to be to take their life, but it’s to scare the person into thinking that’s your goal.

  3. Casey says:

    We’ve just had a roommate move in for the first time in like two years. She’s a friend of my fiance’s and it’s only until June, but it still takes some getting used to. It’s been just us for a while, so it’s different having to pay attention to little things, like leaving the bedroom door open at night, or how much space our stuff takes up in the fridge and cupboards, or when to wear pants.
    She’s extremely extroverted, though. Megan and I can make an entire weekend out of netflix and PS3, but after 3 episodes of something, she gets stir crazy and has to get out and do something. It really takes some getting used to, not just having to change your living etiquette, but being in such a close proximity with a completely new person.

  4. toby says:

    Nope you can have my sloppy seconds

  5. Russ says:

    Yes it does.

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