6-4-2015 Radio Show

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The Traveling Twosome Radio Experience

On tonight’s radio show, we talk about our recent Battle of the Sexes competition (video coming this week), read fan comments, update you on where Vintage will be performing, talk about upcoming productions, and much more! Β Check it out!

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14 thoughts on “6-4-2015 Radio Show

  • June 5, 2015 at 8:43 am
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    Char, I have to give credit to Louis when it’s due. He said if you beat him this time at chess he’d admit you were the superior player. I was surprised Louis humbled himself and admitted just that! Actually you humbled him, he had no choice but to admit it. Still, Louis you’re a good sport for admitting Char was better. The 8-1 win/loss record against Char tells the whole story, my friend.

  • June 5, 2015 at 8:56 am
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    Char corn hole and bean bag toss are synonyms. Both names for the same game! Whatever it’s called, congrats on finding another game to beat Louis in! LOL A new annual competition is great! But don’t ever stop your annual paper football and chess vids either! When do you think you’ll make the corn hole video?

  • June 5, 2015 at 9:18 am
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    The SMU logo on the wrestling tank top can mean She’s Masterfully Undefeated or since Char is wearing it, Sado-Masochistic University! Hahaha!

    Your on-air News of the Weird competition game sounds fun! Good luck, Char!

  • June 5, 2015 at 9:34 am
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    ROFLOL at your news story of the couple who mistook super glue for KY jelly! Ouch!!!! I wonder how long it was before she let him have sex again?

    Char, when you meet me you’ll see I’m not a creep or a creeper. All I want is an arm wrestling match. Louis will be right there the whole time of course! And when you see me, you’ll know you will win but I just want to experience it for myself! Please consider it. You’d make my year!

  • June 5, 2015 at 9:50 am
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    Beanbag toss has always been called Corn Hole. I’m looking forward to seeing you guys compete at it! It’s a fun game and very challenging!

    Hey I have an idea of what SMU stands for. She Might Undress! So will you? πŸ˜‰

  • June 5, 2015 at 10:15 am
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    Totally in agreement regarding any competition being a turn on when your wife or girlfriend beats you. It doesn’t always have to be wrestling. But you must agree, losing to your wife or girlfriend at wrestling is the biggest, ultimate turn on to top anything else. Nothing compares to that sort of physical female domination!

    But you are right, I’m turned on even losing to her at card games! Louis you are so lucky having such a dominant wife in every competition! Life as a submissive is wonderful, right , Louis?

  • June 5, 2015 at 12:07 pm
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    Char, you made no sense on the show. When y’all were talking about intellectual games and skill games between men and women when the guy gets turned on when he loses, Louis said he would be turned on even if you held a trivia contest on the radio show against each other and you won. You said that you would lose a trivia contest since he is so good at trivia then you said to him “But I won our last trivia competition!” So if you beat him before, why would you think you would not beat him again and again? 8 chess games should have taught you something. You said you were surprised at first you were beating him at chess. Now, you know you’re better than him. Girl power, remember! πŸ™‚ Love you!

  • June 5, 2015 at 12:30 pm
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    Yes guys you’re right. It would be fun to lose any competition to a woman as long as the woman takes on a dominant attitude and has fun playing against the guy. From my experience though, women don’t like playing games and competitions. I only wish!!! Losing to a woman = Dream come true. But she has to play for me to lose to her!

    Still, wrestling is my biggest fantasy with a stronger woman.

  • June 5, 2015 at 4:11 pm
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    Corn hole just might be one Louis could beat you at, Char.

  • June 5, 2015 at 5:56 pm
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    Louis you were smart to admit that Char is the more skillful chess player. After all of my advice and she still cleaned your clock! LOL

  • June 5, 2015 at 7:54 pm
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    MB, don’t take this the wrong way. One of the things I love about this website is that everyone is respectful and friendly in their comments. I’ve been on boards where I’ve opened up about my fetish and been ridiculed and insulted by guys for wanting women to be dominant. This site has always been positive and everyone here has one thing in common. We all want to wrestle the beautiful Amazon Char! LOL πŸ˜‰ But to my point, I’m not being rude when I ask this but why are you with someone who won’t play and compete with you? You are already married, right? Why did you choose someone who you couldn’t have fun with? I’m asking because before you get married, you should make sure you’re compatible. Sorry if I’m being too personal and I’m not trying to be insulting. Just curious. Saying you’re with someone who won’t interact with you doesn’t sound right. Plenty of women enjoy games and competitions. It’s not true that they don’t. You just have to be compatible. We didn’t always wrestle, I have Char to thank for giving me the courage to make that happen. But we always played together. Now my girlfriend (one day wife) just knows why I like losing to her! πŸ˜‰

  • June 5, 2015 at 10:53 pm
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    Patrick,

    I love the respect and friendliness shared amongst everyone here as well. Nobody should ever feel belittled, ridiculed and insulted for desiring the attention, fun, romance, love, respect and playfulness of the one they love. So many people experience that very thing and that is why Louis and I opened up and began this journey. We pray for all couples to be able to desire and create the most amazing relationship together. Thank you for your support and appreciation. We truly are saddened by the way this world lives in an instant gratification/the grass is always greener on the other side mentality. We are a throw away society and few are willing to stick together and strive for excellence within their marriage, friendships, career and even within themselves.

    Sadly, many people are in relationships that find it difficult to be playful, free spirited, uninhibited and competitive. Let’s also consider that people never were taught to enjoy play in their teen years. Yes, it’s true that most often little children are encouraged to play but once a child reaches a certain age that seems to fall away. Few parents sit around the table with their children with board games and a pizza and talk about their days any longer. When we teach our children the importance of playful competition together we help them develop these skills, confidence and interests as well as being able to accept defeat without bitterness. These life lessons follow them into and through adulthood and benefits all future relationships.

    Now let us think about the responsibilities and stress of everyday life. In many relationships that seem to be struggling with the inability to get together in a playful manner we find 2 working parents and children in the mix. Now, we all know that working can be stressful but is also necessary. Many couples find themselves in a rut for several reasons. They are exhausted from a long hard day at work. They have children. Children are a blessing but let’s keep it real… they are exhausting too! They are always in need. Always. No matter what age they are. Younger ones can run parents ragged. Oh, and not only the younger ones. Teenagers? Well, they are in a whole different playing field. They can suck the energy out of you faster than an energy vampire. πŸ˜‰ Of course add in the responsibilities of keeping a home running smoothly and any other activities a family is involved in. Now wait, before you think I’m allowing anyone to use these things as an excuse, I’m not. But they are a part of the demise of deep loving playful relationships.

    Then we have high demands in the relationship and lack of deeper intimacy. I don’t mean the demands of what should be a natural part of a loving couples relationship. Sex is not a demand but a desire. The demands I am speaking of are those demands that are not necessities. Sex is a necessity for both husband and wife. It’s a sensuous connection that brings you closer. And yes, we should always be wanting one another even when we may not “be in the mood” at the moment. When we engage in a healthy sex life with our partner we find the intimacy grows more daily. That touch is important! Again, sadly, many couples do not nourish this part of their relationship.

    Many times, early on in a relationship, we are often too shy to suggest such things as competitive play, especially when we may fear the other may reject us and make fun of us for our fantasies and interests. We fall in love with the person but that may be the one (or one of a few) areas we have felt uncomfortable sharing about. Or it could be that in general conversation we realize that the other may not be agreeable but we wish to believe that perhaps over time they may change their opinions about it and wish to engage in the fantasy fun after all. So we go into the relationship loving and appreciating so much about the person but still secretly hoping and wishing in time they would come around and play with us.

    I could go on but I think you get the gist. M.B. seems to be a really great guy who is truly committed to his wife. A rare quality these days. M.B…. never give up hope. One day your wife just may surprise you. I pray it be so!

    Char~

  • June 6, 2015 at 9:52 am
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    Char, you make good points. I just think it’s always best if people talk about all their likes and desires before committing to marriage. That way, these things don’t become issues later. I really lthink your view of sex is healthy, BTW. More women should understand that! MB, I hope things go your way soon.

  • June 7, 2015 at 4:38 pm
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    I completely agree with you, Patrick! Louis and I talked about EVERYTHING before we got married. Our first marriages were down right horrific in every way!! What mistakes we made marrying people who were not marriage material in any way! We learned many great lessons the hard way which also helps us to appreciate every little thing about our relationship and best friendship. πŸ™‚

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