Today we learn about a man who can “taste” words, and why it’s negatively affecting his relationships. Susie tells us about an Olympian who ended up with a frozen penis. We debate whether testicles need to be kept warm or cold, and Sarah claims someone’s finger fell off from cold. Susie reveals why your brain is always 15 seconds behind, and we’re all living in the past. We hear why the “love locks” people put on bridges might be more dangerous than you would think. We hear why people in Taiwan take their garbage out every night when they hear Beethoven’s Fur Elise playing. Susie reads a tweet about a woman who was complimented by a man at the gym, and we debate whether she makes a good point or whether she’s just arrogant. We discuss what “fight, flight, freeze, or fawn” looks like in real life, and why freeze and fawn were not acknowledged until recently. Plus, Sarah explains how you can scam men by playing Rock, Paper, Scissors. Finally, we discuss the new model for Victoria’s Secret who has Down Syndrome.
Susie gives a report on the Super Models documentary and the cultural moment that supermodels represented in the 80s and