Episode 151: Usain Bulge (@trashbeatsalan)

The guys catch up after Thanksgiving and get in to the revamped “Minshew Mania”, turkey tacos and Kangaroo meat. Alan (@trashbeatsalan), stops by to drop lines about slav squats, the black dick myth and a little bit about growing up Bosnian. Check out his music and work with L.O.V.E. CULTURE

slowthai – Psycho (feat. Denzel Curry)

Fabolous – Gone For The Summer (feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)

Episode 150: Polyester Piss-Pants

Dean reveals his new “Stay Relatable” tat. Zack and the other neighborhood kid kill mammals. The guys talk about their out of town “open mic” experience and task the listeners with finding an open mic venue of their own.

Trippie Redd – Lil’ Wayne

The Chats – Smoko

Episode 148: President Camacha

If you’re listening on iTunes, visit the site (TheRelatables.com), click on the Amazon banner and do all of your shopping through that link this holiday season. It costs you no extra money and it helps support the podcast! This week the guys talk hot lady presidents (Camacha not Camacho), invent a new marketing service and talk about Dean’s super busy week.

Stunna 4 Vegas – Up The Smoke (ft. Offset)

MC Kevin o Chris – Ela é do tipo (ft. Drake)

Big Me vs. Little Me

        My brain works better when I’m looking slightly forward. There’s a lot of “live in the moment” blather but the only reason a lot of these people choose to live “in the now” is because they made decisions in the past that afforded them the time and resources to do so. Those past actions were performed based on hope or a certain desired outcome…in the future.

I usually try to shy away from absolutes but ever since I’ve been back home, I feel like I’ve only noticed two types of people. There are the people working on themselves, looking towards the future and people still stuck on decisions and actions from the past. Maybe it’s just the people I’ve surrounded myself with but it’s obvious which tactic is working out for whom.

The big worry is that by looking too far in the future, we grow anxious and forget to appreciate and live in the moment. I think that logic should only apply in the moment.

I’ve heard a lot of talk about “big me” and “little me” lately. The gist is that there is a bigger part of yourself (usually rooted in some form of self-preservation) that looks at the overall picture and steers your lifeboat in accordance to your desired destination. “Big me” is creative yet goal oriented and wants to build. The smaller part of yourself, your “little me” looks within and is more virtuous in it’s approach to life. You need both, but not equally all the time. Right now I need my “big me” to steer full steam ahead.

Maybe for you, it’s “little me” season. You’ve pushed and pushed and right now is the time for introspection and confrontation of moral dilemmas that might be holding you back from performing when “big me” needs to put work in. It may help you honestly confront behaviors and balance out your perspective which then allow room for more relationships with not only other people but yourself. Your relationship with yourself permeates in to all others. My only advice would not to over indulge on the “little me” or you risk getting stuck in the past.

I don’t really like to do that thing where you summarize everything you just said and make it all cute like a bow on top at the end. All I’m saying is that for me, right now, it’s a good idea to tap in to my “big me” and look forward a little. That’s it.


Sources: Intro to The Road To Character by David Brooks


Episode 147: Merit (the app)

The guys come up with a new idea for a social media app, get real vulnerable about crying and catch up since last week’s guest episode.

bbno$ – Shining On My Ex (feat. Yung Gravy)

Kanye West – Use This Gospel