Leykis 101

Leykis 101

ARRANGED MARRIAGE BLOWS UP OVER WIFE'S CHECKERED PAST A post on Reddit tells the story of an American woman whose parents are from India. After fucking and sucking her way through college, her parents arranged a marriage for her with an apparent virgin who thought that she was also a virgin. She did nothing to dispell this notion. One day, now pregnant with their first child, she came home to find her husband crying and it all began to unravel. 

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WHAT? MILLENNIALS "CAN'T AFFORD LOVE"? A listener saw this story in USA Today and it blew Your Professor's mind. "When you meet someone nice, you want to take that person somewhere nice," the reporter was told. "But, what's the point of taking them to this nice place just to find out you guys are better just as friends? So, you're wasting money." Seriously? You can only imagine Tom's response.

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HOW MANY 101 RULES DID THIS GUY BREAK, ANYWAY? An NBA basketball star of the 90s inadvertently provides today's Leykis 101 lesson. Hear Your Professor lambaste him for seeming to break every rule in the book. And what does this mean for you?

Here's the story to which Tom refers in this episode.

Here's the information on the Illinois statute of limitations for a lawsuit such as this one.

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WOMAN MOANS THAT SHE AND HER MAN AREN'T "FINANCIALLY COMPATIBLE" Need new evidence of why you shouldn't get married? How about this financial advice column in which a woman "wants to get more serious" with her boyfriend but he has all this credit card debt, child support payments, and nothing in savings. What, oh what, can she do?

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THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE FOODIE CALL Meet Dr. Brian Collisson, the Azusa Pacific University professor and co-author of the study on women who date men specifically to get that free meal. Your Professor has been warning you for over two decades about this kind of gal and now research proves she's out there! She wants you to feed her and, in many cases, you're not getting anything in return. Now, hear about the study the world is talking about!

Here's the Newsweek story about this study that Tom references in this episode.

Women who make 'foodie calls' are more likely to have psychopathic behavior, study says.

‘Foodie Call’: Nearly A Third Of Women Have Gone On Dates Just For Free Food, Survey Finds.

 

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FOODIE CALLS Your Professor has been telling you for over twenty years not to spend more than $40 on a date. In addition, for almost as long, he's been telling you to avoid meals with chicks as much as possible. As it so often happens, scientific research has once again proven Your Professor to be exactly right. Hear the results of two different surveys by prominent psychologists. Your Professor tells you his proven trick for avoiding expensive meals with the gals and why it works. Click below and learn how females are laughing at you behind your back and that buying chicks meals does not help you get laid!

Here the piece from the London Daily Mail to which Tom refers in this Leykis 101 lesson.

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ONLINE DATING UPDATE Do you use dating apps to get laid? Whatever happened to logging on and simply hooking up? A listener sent the below example (see screengrab) of what you'll meet online these days. Hear Your Professor break it all down, both what the profile says and, more importantly, what it doesn't say!

Read all about the man Tom talks about in this episode who thought a dating website had helped him find the love of his life in Brazil.

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HOW MUCH IS HOUSEWORK REALLY WORTH? A judge in Argentina decided that a divorced woman is entitled to eight million Argentine pesos for her 20 years of housework and childrearing. What if judges start ruling this way in the United States? Is living with a woman worth this kind of cost?

Here is the article to which Tom refers in this episode.

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DE NIRO'S DIVORCE REMINDS US AGAIN WHY NOT TO GET MARRIED Actor Robert De Niro is getting a cruel reminder of why Your Professor continues to tell you not to get married under almost any circumstances. But he signed a prenup, right? Doesn't matter. And so, here he is at age 75 in court being told to produce 15 years worth of financial records regardless of what the prenup says. Here is that reminder you're always needing to not let them move in, and to definitely not marry them.

Here is the New York Post's account of the De Niro divorce.

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HOW NOT TO BECOME JULIO URIAS Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias was arrested and charged with domestic battery after he allegedly "pushed a female companion to the ground" during an alleged argument in the parking structure at LA's Beverly Center. The woman denied that anything physical happened, but others insisted that the alleged incident had indeed happened and that there was video evidence to prove it.  But isn't this true? If he didn't bring a girlfriend to the mall, he wouldn't have spent the night in jail, right? Hear Tom's response to the Hashtag Lynch Mob that's coming after Your Professor for telling the truth, find out why this could be YOU and how to make sure this never happens to you!

Here's the original story Your Professor saw before posting his tweet.

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