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Episode 45  -  The Truth: Questions Men Have For Women Part 1
Melany Krangle & Suzie Sheckter

Suzie: Welcome to Sharing my truth with Mel and Suzie. The uncensored version where we bear it all.

Mel: We do 1234. Hello, everyone.

Suzie: Hello, darlings. Welcome back to Sharing my truth pod.

Mel: The pod where we share.

Suzie: Um, thank you so much for being here with us, Mel and Susie. And I just want to give you a little friendly reminder to rate this rate and review.

Mel: Five stars. Little cute.

Suzie: Five stars. What do you think? What do you think of this little pod? What do you want to say? Share your truth with us, but only if it's nice. Hey, babes.

Mel: Hello, darling.

Suzie: How are you?

Mel: I'm just dandy.

Suzie: Dandy friendy.

Mel: Yes. I mean, I've been out in the town a few nights in a row, so I probably could have a clearer head, but other than that, you need.

Suzie: A couple nights to just get a little wild. And the husband was out, so you could go on the prowl.

Mel: Oh, please. Can't be bothered with that. Let my hair down, Susie. Yes.

Suzie: Paint the town red, as they say. Where did that saying come from?

Mel: I don't know. I think it's bad, though.

Suzie: You think it's bad?

Mel: Yeah. I can't remember what the origin of that term.

Suzie: Do you think it's menstruation?

Mel: No, I definitely don't think it's. Tell us. Yes.

Suzie: Oh my God, please, if you know that. What? Petertone Red. That sounds fun.

Mel: Yeah, it does. But I'm not sure they are.

Suzie: Communism. We'll have to look it up after this. But yes, we have a fun little episode today. We had some questions that were written in into us. We had some questions written in and we want to kind of go through them because they're all from men. Yes, we asked men specifically straight men. Or, I mean, who knows if they're gay or not?

Mel: Who knows? No idea.

Suzie: We have no idea. But we asked them what are their biggest questions that they would want to ask women. And obviously we don't have the opinions of all women. We just have the two of us.

Mel: Just you and me. That's it.

Suzie: Just the two of us, darling. And so we want to answer these questions to the best of our abilities. Yes, to be helpful. To try to be helpful, at least.

Mel: To clear up the enigma that is women. And they are a bit of a they mystery.

Suzie: Who are they?

Mel: Oh, yeah, that's true. We.

Suzie: That's okay. But I mean, yeah, so let's. Do you want to get into it?

Mel: Absolutely. More.

Suzie: Let's ******* get into it. Should I start?

Mel: Yes.

Suzie: Okay, so our first question is, why do you say okay when you're really not.

Mel: Yes. I think all women do this, don't they?

Suzie: Yeah, 100%.

Mel: And different, even different generations. So our very many years of difference in age.

Suzie: Absolutely. In my opinion, yes.

Mel: What is your opinion?

Suzie: My millennial opinion on why women still do this, as we have been doing for generations and thousands of years, is because we want you guys to pry. We want you to ask more questions.

Mel: I think that's it. I think it's from my point of view, it's that you should ****** know anyway.

Suzie: ******* read our minds and figure it out.

Mel: Pretty much. It's not fair. I tell you that. It's not fair and it's not helpful. We all do it. But the answer, men, is, don't take that for the answer. It isn't. Don't take it at face value. It is not the answer it usually goes with.

Suzie: Right. Like, pretend I'm the man.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: And I'm like, babe, Mel, are you okay? And then you're like, I'm fine. Yeah, exactly. And if you didn't just see her face right there, it was not impressed. Yeah, it came with an eye.

Mel: It's exactly. I'm a big eye roller. But it's all about the tone. And I say this to my husband, I don't like your tone. So it's all about the tone. So I could be saying anything, but if the tone is not matching what I'm saying, then look at the tone.

Suzie: Women don't just use their words. We actually rarely use our words. We use eyes. We use a vibe. We put an energy out there.

Mel: There's a lot of things that we.

Suzie: Use that are not oral.

Mel: Absolutely. I think. Yeah. And so you just need to delve deeper. So what you're saying about prying is absolutely right. Men don't take it at face value. They're definitely not fine. And gently and kindly find out what it is that you've probably done. You probably because you probably don't know. You have no idea.

Suzie: No. And that's also the thing. It's like, if they don'T want to tell you, I think also a lot of women are not. I was actually looking this up about myself last night because I was just curious. And we don't like conflict. We're very conflict averse.

Mel: Thank you.

Suzie: Yeah. And I'm like that too, where I don't want to disappoint people. I don't want to tell you that you've hurt me because I don't like conflict, because I don't want to talk about it. So if I'm not telling you the first time. It's 100% because I don't want to.

Mel: Get in a fight.

Suzie: But it's hard to find the words to tell you how you actually made me feel. Because I don't want to be called stupid. I don't want to be dismissed. So I think a lot of women also feel that way as well.

Mel: Yeah, I think that's right. I think a lot of women don't like conflict. I mean, let's face it, men are good at conflict. We won't go into anything political, but they're very good at it. Yes, very. And women don't generally do that. So, yeah, I think that's a pretty good answer, Susie. Thank you. But in terms of helping men is just be a little bit more aware. Women are much more emotionally in tune. And if a woman has a tone of voice and looking at you like resting ***** face, as it were, you know that it's not good. Yes. You're going to have to delve into this and you're going to have to like, or you're going to have to walk around on eggshells for a while. But she's definitely not fine. No.

Suzie: Yeah, just ask her more questions. Being like, is it something I did? Did I say something that hurt you? There's questions that you can ask that aren't like, well, what's your problem? You don't have to say it like that. It's like, I'm sorry, is there something that I did? Do you want to talk about it? Do you need a minute? There's questions that you can open her up to the conversation. Mel, would you take it away with our next question?

Mel: The second question, what can we safely.

Suzie: Compliment, okay, what or how?

Mel: What? Because I think men are often confused. Like, they think, well, can we say, nice tip, you look nice. I mean, yeah, that's not a good plan, IS it? Unless you're with this woman, then obviously that's a bit different.

Suzie: Yeah, of course.

Mel: But I think women are a little bit hypocritical about this. Yeah. Because if a man's really handsome, the answer is you're willing to hear a much broader range of answers than if they're not. I mean, that's correct.

Suzie: I think a lot of men, if they know that they're handsome, right. They kind of know what they can get away with.

Mel: Yes, I think that's probably, obviously younger.

Suzie: Men aren't really sure how to approach women in the way of like, this girl's really pretty. I think I want to go talk to her. How do I go start to talk to her. Can I give her a compliment? The compliment cannot be nice. **** as your first ******* thing to say. But unless those are very specific situations where that's okay, I can't think of one. But maybe at a strip club, that.

Mel: Would be all right.

Suzie: Possible, but yeah. What would your advice be on this, Madie?

Mel: Yeah, I do appreciate it's very difficult because then men get accused of all sorts of things. Sorry. But I think you've just got to be really smart about it, because you can't be making compliments to women at work. You got to be really careful. And I know it's a minefield. It really is in the present day. And I think there is an issue that if a man's a nice looking man, he can get away with a lot more. And like you said, he knows he can get away with a lot more, which is a real hypocrisy. I think you can be nice without being creepy 100%. So you could say something that really wasn't really too much and then sort of gauge the reaction. So if you just said, hey, you look happy to, I don't know, you could say something non sexual, non personal, and just kind of see how their reaction is.

Suzie: Yeah, I mean, there's a difference also go from there.

Mel: Yeah.

Suzie: There's a difference from complimenting a girl you've never met before and complimenting a friend or your girlfriend or someone you want to be interested in kind of thing.

Mel: Absolutely.

Suzie: Like at work, just like you said, if one of my male colleagues came up to me and were like, hey, you look really nice today. I wouldn't mind that at all.

Mel: Yes.

Suzie: Do you know what I mean? Like, oh, yeah, thanks.

Mel: I mean, I wouldn't, but I think some women would. I think also, it just depends, like, what's the relationship you have to this woman? Do you work with her? Do you know her? Do you know she's in a relationship? I mean, you've got to be really careful.

Suzie: That's true.

Mel: And some people really do step over the line. Like, I can think of somebody recently who's married, who knows I'm married, who said to me, oh, you look really pretty. I thought, you look really od thing to say. Not like I was dressed up to go out and I was like, no, that's weird. I mean, that's weird. I know. You're married. I'm married. You might say, you look really nice. Where are you going? And then there's no kind of sexual conversation, but when you start to say things like that. You're like, what? Yeah, that's just weird. And I'm 50. That's weird. But, I mean, I just think you have to be super careful. Like, are you in a position of superior supervisor, like, superior job ranking, whatever you want to call it. So then you got to be careful. Are you in a relationship? Are they in a relationship? You got to be so careful. But I think you can just say something generic and be nice and funny and not specific and see how they react and then sort of go from there. If this is a person that you're interested in.

Suzie: Yeah, I mean, it was actually so funny. I was talking to my male friend about this, and he was like, yeah, there's such a difference between things you can tell your friends and things you cannot just tell a random person on the street. And he was like, one of those things is, you smell really nice.

Mel: People say that to me all the time.

Suzie: Well, obviously, you smell really nice. Smell all the time because you're a very clean person. But he just said that to me because we were hanging out, and I use this really good hair oil, which I know smells nice. And he's like, oh, your hair smells really nice. I'm like, thanks. And he's like, I said that on the street once to a woman, and they literally looked at me in the most shocked way. Yeah, literally. Because it is so creepy if it's coming from the wrong person. Right. Just to like, well, it's like, what.

Mel: Are you doing in my orbit?

Suzie: Exactly. Why are you so close to me? You can smell me. This is weird.

Mel: Yeah. And generally, if men say it to women, it's because they like them. Yes.

Suzie: They wouldn't say it otherwise.

Mel: They'd be like, oh, that smells good. Perfume. You just wouldn't say, what perfume wearing. I don't know. You'd say it in a different way. But I think if a man says it to a woman, generally it means they find them attractive, 100%. And so it's like, okay, it's a lot. It's a lot.

Suzie: But, yeah, I mean, nice shoes are always a good one.

Mel: Yeah, nice handbag.

Suzie: Nice handbag. Things that are not sexual to women. Kind of like, oh, nice. I don't know. Nice shirt is always weird to me for some reason, because I'm like, you're looking at my ****.

Mel: Yes.

Suzie: Right?

Mel: Yeah, I think it's so weird. I mean, here's a question for you. This isn't about men. I was the other day in the jewelers, okay, getting some jewelry of course, darling.

Suzie: You're a regular life.

Mel: Absolutely. And this is a new jewelers. And they were just fixing like a chain. Right. This is going to get interesting. And afterwards, the woman, she's a woman, said to me, and I've been in there twice. Do you know what? You are such a pretty woman.

Suzie: The woman said to you, yeah.

Mel: And I was like, oh, thanks very much. It sort of made my day. And she didn't say, it was nice, but it was weird. But it was nice, but it was weird.

Suzie: Well, I find because when you're out and about looking good, you're getting compliments like this. Obviously, you either can just take it and be like, thank you so much. That's a really nice thing to say. I actually washed my hair today. Or you can be like, ew.

Mel: Yeah. And I never take that.

Suzie: No, exactly. You kind of have to take it. Unless this person is. There is a vibe thing. There is a creepy vibe thing, 100%.

Mel: But even if they do that, you can go, thanks. And walk away, which is what I would do. I would never be aggressive. I'd just go, thanks very much. I'm just going over here.

Suzie: We're just going to get situation.

Mel: Something very important happening over here. Yeah. So I think that helps men and women, don't you?

Suzie: 100%.

Mel: I am handing over. Give me the next piece of paper to you. Okay.

Suzie: Third question from our male friends. Do girls actually honestly like nice guys?

Mel: Well, I do.

Suzie: I do, too.

Mel: I've never liked bad guys. Bad boys, bad boys, bad boys. I've never been interested in them. I just don't see the point.

Suzie: I agree. I can't say that I've never been interested in them because I was just like, as a young girl, like, ******* my way through life and having a great time. I'm sure a bad boy and a **** boy slipped in there. Slipped in, yeah, slipped right in.

Mel: Thanks.

Suzie: But I wouldn't say that I was looking for a relationship with any of those guys.

Mel: Right?

Suzie: I was ******* them, and that was.

Mel: Fine, and that's different. But you knew that they were bad.

Suzie: Yeah, of course.

Mel: Whereas a lot of women get involved with bad boys because I guess, I don't know, are they exciting and they think they can make them a good boy.

Suzie: They can fix them. Yes.

Mel: And FYI, all the ladies out there, you cannot. It's not going to work.

Suzie: Obvious by now.

Mel: It's not going to work. It's not going to happen. Walk away. There are many fish in the sea and it is or not. A lot of men. I think they also find that they're really nice guys. And then when women **** on them and they're just like, what? And all I can say to those men is, I'm very sorry about that. But I really think, just keep going and you will find a decent woman because that woman's also really a bit of a **** if she thinks. And at the end of the day, why would you want to be in a relationship with somebody like that?

Suzie: No, seriously.

Mel: And so take it as a positive.

Suzie: I think there is this thing, though, going around being like men, thinking that they're nice, but they're not nice.

Mel: Oh, yeah.

Suzie: And it's like, I told you I wasn't interested because of doesn't ******* matter. I'm just not interested. And then they're like, I just came up to you and I'm a nice guy and your boyfriend's probably ugly. And I don't know, it's just like, okay, get over yourself. The people who are actually not nice guys are not finding these women because you're not actually ******* nice.

Mel: And look, at the end of the day, there are nice bad guys and bad women and nice women and nice men. And I think at the end of the day, I think some women are attracted to that sort of bad boy thing. But really don't. Just don't. It's not for life choices, for little flits, little tangoes in the sheets. It's one thing, but actually to have a relationship, no, just forget it. I mean, it's too much hard work. Why would you bother?

Suzie: I mean, yeah, bad boys, **** boys. They all have this aura about them that they don't give a ****. They can **** your brains out. And it's fun and it's like the risk taking thing, right? And that's exciting. But obviously that excitement comes down if you're a woman and you're like, oh, I actually want to get serious with this person. And they're on the side of spontaneity and all these other exciting things and they don't want to settle down. It's like, okay, well, maybe that's not a good match. But yeah, nice guys, in my opinion, they do always finish that. Like, not finish last, finish first. They finish first. In my opinion. Nice guys finish first.

Mel: They're the ones who have the lasting relationships that women realize. Actually, yes. And women really do actually want nice men. Yes. And they want men that are going to, I don't care. And people are going to come at me for this, but women want to be taken care of. And I'm not just talking about money. That helps, too. But, I mean, it's a fallacy that they want a useless or a bad man. That's not true. So all the nice men out there, please keep trying. You will find a wonderful woman.

Suzie: You know what it is also about? It's about fathers.

Mel: It's about daddy issues. Yeah.

Suzie: And I think we are allowed to say that because it's like, for sure, a lot of these women have had problems with their early stages when they were younger of the idea of men. Right. And they don't have a good man to look up to. So what do they think love is? And they think love is something that it's not.

Mel: Yeah, I think that's an element of it. Yeah.

Suzie: So nice guys, just keep trying.

Mel: Just keep trying. Exactly.

Suzie: It's going to work out for you.

Mel: You'll win in the end. You will. There you go. Next, darling. Oh, it's me, number four. Number four. How soon should a guy call after asking for your number?

Suzie: How soon should a guy call after asking for your number? Wow, you've gotten this far. She actually gave you her number. Very impressive.

Mel: Yeah, I'd say.

Suzie: I mean, don't call text, but also text her the next day.

Mel: You see, that's a generational thing.

Suzie: You don't want them to text them. Oh, yeah.

Mel: You want them to call.

Suzie: Don't ******* call me. I'm busy.

Mel: That's hilarious. I mean, obviously, because when I was dating nobody, we only just started with text. Yeah, well, yeah, let's say contact, whatever is your way, I think, straight away, but I don't think it is not like that even. I mean, contact, like text or.

Suzie: No, I know, but I think literally don't ******* call them.

Mel: That's weird.

Suzie: But that's the thing. If I gave my number out to a guy at the bar the night before, and I was really into him and we had really good chats and he called me at like 05:00 p.m. After work, I'd just be like, I don't want to talk to you right now. Maybe I'm just not in the right mood. You know what I mean? If he's texted me, then I have some time to think about what I want to say back.

Mel: I see what you're saying. Yeah. I mean, fair enough. I think texting is fine. I really do. But.

Suzie: I know.

Mel: I just think you should straight away. But the key, and this is obviously I'm not in the dating game, but I think the key is that if she kind of doesn't answer or she's slow is not to become a maniac. Yeah, just text and remember that everyone has a life and they may have stuff to do and they may just not have got round to it. I mean, at the end of the day, I don't think anybody is too busy to send a text. But just don't be too obsessively forward. Text her and then if she wants to contact you, she will contact you. You don't go through that thing like you said of going, oh, where are you freaks? I mean, yeah, then you really are showing the fact that you're a freak.

Suzie: Yeah. And then I think also that first text is quite important. But also just be friendly and just be like, hey, it's Paul from the night before.

Mel: Paul. Yeah. How was to get home? Like, could you say something like, would you like to grab a drink or a coffee or something?

Suzie: Like, I mean, and just keep it.

Mel: Chill, keep it light, keep it fresh and friendly? Yeah, I think so.

Suzie: I mean, I've given my number out to many men.

Mel: Sure you have.

Suzie: Throughout my small life. And I'm trying to think if I've ever actually gone out with any of them.

Mel: Wow, is that bad? I don't know.

Suzie: Maybe I have. Maybe that's a lie. I think that's a lie.

Mel: I definitely have. Okay.

Suzie: It's been a while. It's been a while since I've been in the dating game.

Mel: Well, it's been a very long time since I've been in the dating game, but that is my opinion. I think you give somebody your number, you ask for it, you ****** contact them.

Suzie: That's it.

Mel: Mama. Mel.

Suzie: Thank you so much, darling. Okay, number five. Okay, Mel, this is for you. I think it's a good one.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: Does a wedding ring on a guy stop you from flirting?

Mel: Well, it should do, but I don't think it does. I actually think a lot of women see a man with a ring and they up their game. Yeah. Because they think that, oh, wow, he's married. Therefore that's what I want. And women, I'm sorry. We're terrible.

Suzie: We're horrible.

Mel: We are not for each other. I mean, this is a total fallacy. This is a lie. This sort of girl power bullshit that we all care about each other. We absolutely don't. Most women, if they saw the man of their dreams, like, hunky, good looking, rich, that all ticked all the boxes but was married, they'd step over every ****** woman in the room, literally with their stilettos on their heads. To get to this man. Do you know what I'm saying? Yes. And I think that it obviously should be a deterrent, but it isn't.

Suzie: Yeah, it's a game for us.

Mel: I think a lot of women, they go, ooh, he's married. That's what I want. I'm going to go for him and get rid of her. Yeah. It's very ****** up and it's horrible. And I think men are sort of emotionally much more sort of clear cut than women. So they talk to them and they don't really realize all the scheming and the mischievous. Mischievous, I would say, stuff going on behind. Yeah.

Suzie: I mean, that's just the way it is. I think. If a woman had the ring on, do the guys approach her?

Mel: No, I think much less so.

Suzie: Because the men respect the men.

Mel: Yeah, I think that there's an element of that. I think much less so. Yeah, much less so. I think women. It's. No, sorry. Yeah, I mean, I have lots of friends who were having affairs with married men and you're like, why?

Suzie: Women love affairs.

Mel: Where is this going?

Suzie: We love it. We love the drama.

Mel: Drama, yeah, I guess we can't deny. And you just think, I'm going to win. I'm more beautiful. I'm all this. I'm more whatever in the Sacchio. I've got all the moves and you think you're going to win and it's awful, but, yeah. No, I don't think it's a deterrent at all. It should be, but it's not.

Suzie: All right, love.

Mel: Good one. Yeah. Number six. Number six. How do you define a great sexual experience from a female to a male?

Suzie: Yeah.

Mel: A female point of view?

Suzie: I mean, a good indicator is if you've come.

Mel: Yeah, I think that's pretty key.

Suzie: That's a pretty key one.

Mel: I mean, you might not. Might have been fun, but that might not have happened. Yeah.

Suzie: I've had a lot of good sexual experiences where I've not had an orgasm.

Mel: I think women do. It's just a thing that men actually don't understand that that does happen. I know, because it's a complex thing. I personally think, obviously, I've only slept with one man for the last 26 years, so what can I say? But I think that it's about, was that person respectful and into what is pleasurable for you? Were they concerned about that? It wasn't just about them getting their jollies. Were they worried about you and that you kind of together had a good time?

Suzie: Yeah, I think.

Mel: And it was a fun time. Exactly. To me, that would be the indicator.

Suzie: I think that's a really good one. Also, there's just sexual chemistry that you can't deny and that makes a great sexual experience. If you are hooking up with someone and you're like, middle through, you're like, this person's not a good kisser. Or like, oh, I don't really want to do this. And that could be for a million reasons, to do with them or to not do with them. And it's just like sometimes the vibe is on and sometimes the vibe is off and sometimes you don't figure that out until midway through. And I don't think a lot of men even understand that either, right?

Mel: No, because I think they don't understand all the things that women need to kind of connect. And you could quite easily be like, oh, thinking about your washing.

Suzie: Just like, when is this going to be ******* over?

Mel: Yeah, speed this up, speed this up.

Suzie: Let's go.

Mel: Whereas the man has the end goal, he knows it's all going to happen. Exit from the trains coming out of the. Whatever. Right?

Suzie: Is there another metaphor as well? I like that one.

Mel: The rocket.

Suzie: Yeah, the rocket ship is good.

Mel: Something like that. Sure.

Suzie: Anyway, but, yeah, no, that's the thing. I think it's a vibe. The good sexual experience. It's like, obviously you come. Great, excellent, top notch.

Mel: Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding.

Suzie: You've got it. But if you don't come, that's fine. If it was a good vibe, maybe there's some nice laughter happening. You fumble, you get right back up to the pitch.

Mel: Very good. Thanks.

Suzie: I think that was two sports mixed into one. That's fine. But you know what I mean? There's a lot of things, I think, just don't take yourself so seriously.

Mel: Absolutely.

Suzie: In the bedroom. I think that's a big one.

Mel: Absolutely.

Suzie: Experiment. But don't get mad when it doesn't work.

Mel: And kind of ask enough questions without being like, okay, you don't need to asK. This isn't like an exam. Make it fun. And I think that's very important. But I think it's really particularly men actually being interested in the woman and the woman having a good time. And I think often that doesn't happen.

Suzie: Yeah, I agree. But there's also aftercare, which is a huge part of sex, and it's after the sex.

Mel: Right.

Suzie: Like you're not doing penetration anymore, you're not doing all these things anymore. It's how you're treating each other after you're inside of her.

Mel: Yeah, that's a very good point. And you're not sort of like, okay.

Suzie: See you ******* later.

Mel: Yeah. When are you going?

Suzie: Yeah, like, you don't just mop her up with a towel and send her on her way.

Mel: Visual image.

Suzie: Yeah, you're welcome. So you get her a water, you ask how she is. Maybe you get some food after or if you do need to go do something. And this was just a quickie, just being like, hey, really great to meet you.

Mel: That was amazing.

Suzie: Here's some water, here's a snack, and I'll pay for your Uber out of here. Do not just send her on her ******* way.

Mel: That's a good idea.

Suzie: I've had this before where you've just been feeling and then you feel like you've been used and that's a bad feeling for anyone. So just pay for the Uber at least.

Mel: Just be respectful.

Suzie: If you're going to have to carry the house.

Mel: Just be respectful.

Suzie: Exactly.

Mel: Love. Yeah, that's lovely. That's it. Right.

Suzie: Should I tell a girl I'm a virgin or just wing it?

Mel: Well, let's be honest, you can't wing it, can you?

Suzie: It's going to be tough to wing it.

Mel: I mean, you can't wing it. I mean, look, guys, you can't.

Suzie: If she's not a virgin and you're a virgin and you think that you're going to be up to her standards for *******.

Mel: Yeah.

Suzie: You're not.

Mel: She's going to know, so you might as well tell her.

Suzie: You have to.

Mel: She'll probably think it's really sweet and women are very empathetic and then. That's very weird.

Suzie: Well, some women like it. I don't know.

Mel: I think we probably won't get any diseases, will you?

Suzie: No.

Mel: So that's something.

Suzie: That's true.

Mel: I think it is a little unusual if you're older than, let's say, 25, pErsonally. Not that I'm obviously going to be in the situation, but I'd be a little bit like. But you can't wing it. No, you just can't.

Suzie: No, we know right away.

Mel: And neither could a woman either. A woman can't wing it either. You think you can because you've seen, and I think with men particularly, they think they've seen so much ****. Absolutely. They can wing it. No, we'll sniff you out in nanosecond.

Suzie: And like you're going to come in 2 seconds.

Mel: Well, there's that. Exactly. And you're not going to know. You're going to probably watch so much **** that you're going to do all these things that real people don't really do, and she's going to know.

Suzie: And that's also the thing. It's like, do you want a relationship with this girl after you've lost your virginity? Or is she just like, if you're like, you want to get it out, and then that's fine, then don't tell her, you know what I mean? Because who ******* cares? But if you want a relationship with this person, yeah.

Mel: You're going to have to. And if she did tease you or whatever, then she's not a very nice person and maybe you shouldn't be losing.

Suzie: Your virginity to her.

Mel: Well, exactly.

Suzie: Well, I hate that term, but you know what I mean.

Mel: Yeah, but the thing is, it is obviously unusual in this day and age. Probably if you're over the age of about 15, but I would say people the partner would know straight away. Yeah.

Suzie: So just be honest. And if your honesty. If they don't want to have sex.

Mel: With you after that, then that's fine, too. Just move on. Yeah, let's move on. Let's move on. Excuse me. Eight numero eight. What do you look at when checking a man out?

Suzie: Eyes.

Mel: Really smile. Smile. Butt. Butt, eh? Yeah.

Suzie: Big butt girl.

Mel: You're a big butt girl.

Suzie: The guy's got to have a really good butt.

Mel: Really?

Suzie: I hate a flat butt.

Mel: I hate it. Right. So it's got to be nicely.

Suzie: It doesn't need to be big, but just like, just a little cute. Little tushy.

Mel: Tushy. Okay. Right. I don't really know what to say to this one.

Suzie: I smile, but what do you look at?

Mel: Nothing.

Suzie: You're just like, oh, **** him.

Mel: Yeah. I mean, to be honest, you don't often see attractive men. Okay.

Suzie: If you were to see Idris Alba.

Mel: Oh, well, that's something. Okay.

Suzie: Just down the street, a man like.

Mel: That, well, he's just. What do you do?

Suzie: You're, like, looking at his face first. You're looking at his pecs. What are you looking at?

Mel: Biceps.

Suzie: His ****.

Mel: Trying to see the outline of his ****. I'm not looking at the outline of his ****. That's a very good question. Very good question. I don't know.

Suzie: You don't know?

Mel: I mean, he's the full package, to be fair.

Suzie: So, like, let's say just any hottie taughty. Let's say it was a celebrity.

Mel: Yeah.

Suzie: You didn't know? You're like, oh, my God. Who's this guy? He's so cute. What are you looking at.

Mel: I don't know, flummoxed by that. I have to think about it now.

Suzie: Mel doesn't check out any men. Do you check out women? That girl's pretty.

Mel: She's got a nice bosom on her. Yeah, well, obviously I get that comment. A.

Suzie: Very interesting.

Mel: Yeah, I mean, obviously you have like, know, stars that celebrities that are attractive.

Suzie: Obviously we're thinking you don't find any other men attractive.

Mel: I'm thinking, oh, you know who else is really attractive? That guy, Michael Jordan.

Suzie: Oh, yeah, Michael B. Jordan. Wow.

Mel: Again, the full package.

Suzie: Maybe it's.

Mel: Eyes, I think if, you know, dating, which is just a sort of weird notion. I think sense of humor for me is so important.

Suzie: That's not checking him out, though. That's a personality thing that you find out after.

Mel: Yeah, but if I check. Oh, I see. Check him out, then I think, yeah, okay, good point.

Suzie: I don't know, Mel, do you not find men attractive? What is happening?

Mel: I mean, I do. Yeah, but I'm trying to think of the last man I saw who I thought was attractive, right?

Suzie: ****.

Mel: Yeah. Well, yes, but we're talking about you, I think. Dark hair. I do like dark hair. Cute.

Suzie: So you look at their hair.

Mel: Dark hair, olive skin.

Suzie: If they like.

Mel: I'm not into English. I don't know why English men or Scottish men Look, I don't like the pale thing, this translucent skin thing. Not into that.

Suzie: Not the pale.

Mel: Even though I have that skIn, I don't like, really like. You need to take some vitamins.

Suzie: Vitamins?

Mel: Yes.

Suzie: You're going to get scurvy, darling. Yeah, eyes, maybe eyes, I think eyes are the windows to the soul.

Mel: Yeah, eyes.

Suzie: We'll come back to you.

Mel: You have to come back to me. I'm going to have to think about this. I don't really know. I mean, somebody's nice looking or they're not. Yeah, but is there a particular thing?

Suzie: So there's no medium for you? This is very interesting.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: I'm like really freaked out. So there's no medium. There's just hot. And then there's like, not because I agree, there's not a lot of hugely attractive people out there, right? No, but there's definitely a lot of medium people who I can see myself *******.

Mel: Okay, so what do you look at?

Suzie: You're like, yeah, I could **** him. He's got really nice eyes. He looks like, he's kind. Looks like the outline of his **** is like, pretty.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: He's got a half chub, like a what? Nice.

Mel: The hell is a half chub. It was something about the ***** size of shape.

Suzie: No, it just means, like, you're half hard.

Mel: A half chub.

Suzie: You're half chub.

Mel: Wow. Oh, my God.

Suzie: You got a half chub. You're, like, a little hard. You're not, like, full hard. You're just like, I've got it now.

Mel: Susie, I think if you had a dodgy haircut, I wouldn't like it.

Suzie: Okay.

Mel: Dodgy hair. I'm trying to think. I can't think of anybody. I think we need to move. I don't like facial hair that much.

Suzie: So we have more things you don't want to see than what you do like.

Mel: Yeah, I think so.

Suzie: All right, just keep that in mind, boys. If you're trying to get mouse attention, I'm picky. Okay, I think you're going to like this one.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: How frequently do women **********?

Mel: Depends on the woman.

Suzie: That's exactly it.

Mel: I mean, I think men are actually shocked that some women ********** every day or maybe twice a day, or some women do it twice a week. Or some women really not very much at all. I think it really depends on the woman. Depends on the woman.

Suzie: Depends on the time of the Month.

Mel: Absolutely.

Suzie: Depends on what she's going through at that time. 100% depends how much sex she's having.

Mel: 100%. It could also depend on the time in their life, like their sort of age. That does change your kind of hormonal thing and all that sort of stuff. Yeah, it depends on lots of things, I think. But I think men are probably shocked or not shocked. They don't think that women do it as much as they do.

Suzie: Oh, we do it so much.

Mel: I think that is probably. I think that would be my answer, that I think that men don't realize that women do it as much they do. And really don't worry if they do do it, because, I mean, I know I've had friends in the past who thought it was weird that their boyfriends masturbated. Oh, my God. And I'm just like, what? Like, no, it's normal. So I think people have all sorts of weird ideas about masturbation. And they also think that if a woman or the woman that they're married to does it, then they don't want them. It has nothing to do with them. It's a bodily function. It really is. And the same goes for man.

Suzie: As long as it's not getting obsessive and addictive.

Mel: Well, as long as it's not obsessive. Addictive. And it's not actually intruding on your sex life. It's particularly men. If they're doing that but don't want to have sex with you, you have a problem.

Suzie: But this also happens with women where it's like women aren't having orgasms for men, so they only use their vibrator, which can **** things up because they're like, well, what the **** do I need a ***** for?

Mel: And I actually think that's a much bigger percentage of women than men realize because they don't realize that ***** in the hole doesn't work for a lot of women.

Suzie: No, it really ******* doesn't. It works for a bit, but it.

Mel: Doesn'T make you come. No, sometimes it doesn't. And at some points in your life it can work and then it can suddenly stop working. But it isn't the source of the magic.

Suzie: Anyways, the answer to this question is we ********** all the time.

Mel: Yes. Okay. Don't worry about it.

Suzie: Yeah.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: You're going to say number ten.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: Which is the last for this episode.

Mel: Okay. So the final question for this episode is, and I'm putting my piece of paper down here, does size matter?

Suzie: Depends.

Mel: It depends. It doesn't have to be a massive schlonger.

Suzie: But it can't be, it can't be half chub. Exactly.

Mel: It can't be a little cocktail sausage.

Suzie: Oh, no.

Mel: And it depends what you do with it.

Suzie: That's the thing. So like, let's say, let's go for both of those scenarios.

Mel: Okay.

Suzie: You got a cocktail wiener?

Mel: Cocktail wiener? Yes. Okay.

Suzie: It's not a lot to play with, right?

Mel: I don't think I've ever experienced it.

Suzie: I have.

Mel: Oh, okay.

Suzie: And let me tell you, okay. He went down on me, okay. And he fingered me and I can't even remember the sex, but I remember.

Mel: That he was very good at that. He made me come, so he played. His skill sets were in other areas.

Suzie: And I'm going to tell you something I'm not proud of, okay.

Mel: Did you say something horrible when he.

Suzie: Pulled his **** out? I laughed.

Mel: You laughed or you laughed?

Suzie: I couldn't help myself. This was so funny. It was like we went back home together. I've met him and you would not understand. Like, this guy was huge. I met him at the bar. That's when I first moved to Toronto. Met him at the bar. Super cute, handsome, really tall, big blonde guy. I was like, I'm going to go home with this guy. And that night we were too drunk. We pass out. We don't have sex. We don't do anything. The morning of, I was like, okay, let me just. I slept on the couch. He was in the bed. And I'm like, okay, I can either go home and never see this man again, or I can go in the bedroom and see if I can have some morning sex.

Mel: Right? So I do that, right?

Suzie: So I go in, I wake him up, we start hooking up, and then I forget how it happened, but he brings it out.

Mel: Did you sound shocked?

Suzie: Is that it?

Mel: You didn't say that.

Suzie: I don't know what I said, but I can remember laughing because it's like, you bring it out and it just.

Mel: Because it's like.

Suzie: It's such a juxtaposition. This ginormous man who you're expecting to get ******.

Mel: Terrible even when it was erect. Oh, yeah.

Suzie: No, yeah, we had sex. I'm pretty sure I gave him, like, a pajab.

Mel: There's less to Go in your mouth. That's good.

Suzie: Gosh. There was no choking.

Mel: We shouldn't be laughing because this is.

Suzie: Like, he made me come.

Mel: He made me come. And it's not fair. It's like, women, you don't want to be laughed at. He can't possibly help that. And I actually do generally feel quite sorry.

Suzie: But this is the thing is, it.

Mel: Must be very hard. Sorry.

Suzie: He was a super guy, and he could still pleasure a girl. It didn't ******* matter. I think it's just like, you have to. Maybe.

Mel: Maybe it's an advantage. Yeah.

Suzie: I just think, maybe make her come first. I think that's the thing. You got a little cocktail sausage, right? You got to make her come first. You got to put her first a bit so then she won't tell all of her friends you have a tiny ****.

Mel: Oh, that's. So everyone did.

Suzie: Of course I did, Mel. I'm talking about it on a podcast. Don't worry, he's fine. He's, like, really rich. We don't worry about him. He's okay.

Mel: He's fine.

Suzie: Yeah, but that's the thing. It's like you have to pleasure her more. I'm sorry, but you ******* do.

Mel: So he obviously knew that.

Suzie: He knew that.

Mel: And he'd been in this situation before.

Suzie: Yes.

Mel: What did he do when you laughed?

Suzie: I can't remember. I can't remember. He still made me come.

Mel: Yeah.

Suzie: So it's like he knew what he had to do after that. But when you have an initial reaction.

Mel: That'S what it was.

Suzie: I wasn't, like, being mean, I was just like, is that.

Mel: Like.

Suzie: It's a shock, but if you have a big one, Mel, tell us, what do you do?

Mel: Well, then it could be really tricky.

Suzie: Because it might not fit.

Mel: It's too much in there, and you don't need that much, to be fair. Let's be honest. I think you need. My theory on this is a good, decent mid size *******. And that's very, very good. You don't need some massive tree, and you don't want a cocktail sausage.

Suzie: I personally want.

Mel: A small zucchini.

Suzie: That's nice. Small, regular size.

Mel: Also, when it's flaccid, it's sort of not tiny, but doesn't have to be huge. But then it does the business when it.

Suzie: We don't give a **** what it looks like when it's flaccid.

Mel: No, we get it. Funny about that. I think we get it. It just has to be a decent mid sized length. I think. I think men who have enormous penises, like the sort of ***** guys versus the guys who have, like, this gentleman that you were just talking about. I think it's actually probably just as much of a problem because it's too big. I remember my man who was too big. Well, where does it go if it's really that big?

Suzie: I've actually been with a few guys who I've had a lot of trouble with, with too big of dicks. And my high school boyfriend was one. And that was when I didn't have, obviously, enough experience, and so I couldn't take it. Now, in my state, I could. But I know about foreplay and I know about everything, like that it wouldn't be a problem now. But I did know this other guy, and this is like, when I was, like, 18 or something, and he was so big, he broke the condom. And then I was like, why are you getting condoms that are too small?

Mel: Right.

Suzie: And he was like, I don't know. I just feel like, weird buying Magnums. And I was like, are you ******* stupid?

Mel: Do they have magnum condoms? Yes. Well, I don't know.

Suzie: They got to have the extra bigs, the extra larges.

Mel: Never really thought about it.

Suzie: Anyways. He broke.

Mel: I've never really bought any.

Suzie: Oh, I've bought so many condoms in my life.

Mel: Yeah.

Suzie: Not that you need to anymore.

Mel: I mean, I think you should. I don't need to. Yeah. So I don't really think about it.

Suzie: Well, this is what happened. I had to take Plan B because that was dangerous. And then when I got it, I bought him a pack of Magnums. And I was like, here you go. And I don't think I ever slept with him again, but he was very nice.

Mel: But to be a man who has to buy Magnum condoms, you must feel pretty ****** good about you.

Suzie: Well, that's what I'm saying. Why?

Mel: But I do know, I remember once, like, years ago, this friend of mine, she was with this guy and he got his ***** out, and she just went like, she was too big. I mean, she was horrified. And you said like youth to this man. You started laughing. She just was so shocked. Like she'd seen too big, something awFul. And she was just like, the horror, she said to me, the horror on her face, this poor man, because it was so huge. She was just like, absolutely terrified. What are you going to do with that? Then I think she said that, what are you going to do with that? Like, it's so big.

Suzie: Where do you think this is going to go?

Mel: Yeah. So there's such a thing as too much.

Suzie: I personally like a little. A regular sized kosher hot dog length. A little girthy. A nice girth is nice.

Mel: A little girthy.

Suzie: A little girthy is nice.

Mel: Well, thanks so much for that.

Suzie: You're welcome, guys.

Mel: There you go. But I think that's information for men. We've answered those questions.

Suzie: I think that the final one is like, don't worry about the size.

Mel: No, just make sure you pleasure her. And a lot of women really don't care unless it is exceptionally enormous or exceptionally small. Women really don't care.

Suzie: And there's a thing that's just going to keep, like, we're always going to talk about it. You can't not think that we don't talk about this with our friends.

Mel: We have to.

Suzie: We do. It's going to get around. Don't shy away from it. Just make sure you pleasure her.

Mel: Own it.

Suzie: Own it, baby.

Mel: Yeah. And with that, Susie. All right.

Suzie: You're welcome.

Mel: That's it, isn't it? That's all we've got for this thank God episode. Yeah.

Suzie: And this is actually part one.

Mel: It is.

Suzie: We're going to do another part two. We have a couple more questions we want to get through, but, yeah, so if you guys have any other questions, if you think we got any of the answers wrong or you want to.

Mel: Save your own answers, that's a good one. Yeah. If you think we got them wrong, then I would caveat. It's my opinion and your opinion. It's not everyone else's opinion.

Suzie: Definitely not.

Mel: Just because we're from different generations, we feel perhaps we cross an opinion divide.

Suzie: Yes, we do. Yeah, I think so.

Mel: That's it. That's good.

Suzie: Anyways, guys.

Mel: Yeah.

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Suzie: Bye bye.

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