How Listening to “Beth & Dave in the Morning” Guarantees a Better Love Life
Your results, of course, may vary. And If you're experiencing a bone of contention lasting more than four hours as the result of a touchy topic on Beth & Dave, please consult your partner and ask him (because, let's face it, it's ALWAYS him) to chill out, have a beer, and shut the hell up.Now that the pesky disclaimer is out of the way, the staff and management of Beth & Dave in the Morning (aka me or Beth) would like to encourage anyone currently enjoying a better love life that is directly attributable to our radio show: Please call us at 315-721-0987 or hit us on the Lite 98.7 app and tell us exactly how the hell that happened. Because THAT would be radio gold.
Seriously, though, the headline is not misleading. There ARE ways it could happen.
1. The X-Y Chromosome Factor. My buddy Kevin is convinced the best couples possess an unusually imbalanced, but healthy, mixture of traditional male and female traits. For instance, Beth excels at home improvement skills involving power tools, while I tend to cry at movies like Groundhog Day and The Shawshank Redemption. Some listeners may experience a needed boost of testosterone or estrogen through osmosis, just by tuning in.
2. The power of suggestion. Understanding that I agreed for Beth to receive top billing in the show's title as a calculated move to provide insurance against extended future stays in the doghouse, may empower other men to let their spouses come first once in a while.
3. Laughter is an aphrodisiac. Our show generates enough LPEs (Laughs Per Episode) to keep you healthy. Count them and sue us if we don't deliver.
4. The folly of others make us feel better about ourselves. Our segment called Your Momma Must Be So Proud, featuring morons doing moronic things (often in the state of Florida) will make you feel like a boss.
5. Self-deprecation. We poke so much fun at ourselves and each other, it may catch on in your household. Believe me, it's easier to love someone who's willing to recognize and air his or her own limits, inadequacies, and mistakes. Like Al Pacino said in the sexy tango scene in Scent of a Woman: "If you make a mistake, get tangled up, you just tango on."
Join us weekday mornings from 5:30-10:00 on Lite 98.7 as we live, love, laugh, and tango on. And double your fun with our free app (below).