Griffin: I feel like a lot of what's championed as modern-man-in-the-dating-world behavior is not conducive to actually being a fucking adult about things.
It's rare to see questions like these that even obliquely deal with the topic of modern masculinity tackled in honest, healthy ways, especially with the patience needed to handle a genuine journey of maturity.
But enter as a podcast devoted to "answering" the questions posed in Yahoo! ("An advice show for the modern era.") Seven years later, they preside over a small empire of podcasts: Each Mc Elroy co-hosts a podcast with his wife, they've turned a game of Dungeons and Dragons with their dad into a wildly successful and engaging radio story (.
In the series, the Mc Elroys use their hometown of Huntington, West Virginia, as an arena to answer questions and engage in general shenanigans, including the chaotic near-destruction of Huntington's police Safety Town, a parade to raise awareness for spiders, and visits by celebrity fans like Lin-Manuel Miranda and Weird Al.
Travis: I just did an episode of Shmanners [an etiquette podcast Travis hosts with his wife, Teresa] where we talk about first dates and the idea of the romantic comedy where you "know" the moment to kiss them.
No, then you're just kissing someone without asking! Griffin: I can't believe I am about to go on the record showing that I know that this person exists—but fucking Mystery from The Pickup Artist [wields too much influence].