Mayweather/McGregor Fight (duh), Charlottesville (Virginia, not South or North Carolina), Jacksonville Jaguars, Jon Jones, Game of Thrones (potential spoilers, and much, much more! Please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
In true, classic Relatable’s fashion, the guys put out another ba-ba-ba-BANGER of an episode. Sing Song Sundee, Ball Shaving Boutique, ArtWalk and even some Paul Wall? What it do baby? Find out on this week’s episode! Please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
Sit back, open your thermos, and enjoy a hot sip of this Soupy Cuppa Culture! The guys get into everything from Dean’s recent Jiu Jitsu success to Zack’s most recent experiences working at the Comedy Zone. What would your LAST meal be? What’s going on in NBA free agency? Stay tuned for answers to these questions and much, much more. Please like, share subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
Don’t get caught peaking! Also, don’t miss out on this episode. Dean reveals the results of his first “submission only” jiu jitsu tourney, Zack talks about his first week of work at the Comedy Zone and witnessing greatness in Tony Hinchcliffe. Relatable Recommendations, tomfoolery and of course SING SONG SUNDEE!! Please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
In this day and age where people can identify as whatever they like, The Relatables find themselves looking to convert to Judaism. This leads to Dean questioning Zack on how important religion should be in raising a child. The guys also talk about how church has become very mainstream in its tactics, becoming a black belt in relationships, and drop a few Relatable Recommendations. Please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
The Relatables celebrate one full year of podcasting!! “You can’t always be ahead and act like the hipster of your own life”, Dean exclaims, which instantly put Zack in check this episode. The guys keep the studio warm with plenty of contentious banter as Zack tries to wrestle with anti-consumerism thoughts and hypocritical views on people’s wants, desires and needs. Do people want things for the “right” reasons? Why is it up to Zack to decide what’s a “right” or “wrong” reason? Why is it up to anyone? Pregnant porn, playoff talk, and Dean’s recent visit to a wildlife sanctuary were also big topics of discussion. Stay tuned for a special surprise guest on the upcoming Mother’s Day episode (hint hint). In the meantime, please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!