What’s On Brian’s Face?

Once you find out, you can’t unknow it.  Brian and Jameson actually manage to do two shows in two weeks!  They discuss the do’s and don’ts of Valentine’s Day, how they choke under the pressure of special occasions and how Brian likes his Superbowl parties without the party.  Plus, a review of the Tournament of Kings, why Jameson values perceived comfort over actual comfort and the dangers of not alieviating pressure regularly.  Wait, you were downstairs?

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What’s On Brian’s Face?

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  1. What kind of Valentine’s day did you have? What category do you fall into: standard v-day package, creative gift, expensive or anti? Anxious to hear how romantic our listeners are :)

    • I really lack pretty much all design skills as well as all motor skills, but I always try to put something together on my own that’s at least meaningful if not pretty (or functional). This year was a little trickier since we were traveling but it worked out.

      I’d be better off coming home empty handed than picking up the bundle from Jewel. Plus those Russell-Stover candies are terrible.

      • For whatever reason, I can’t get enough of those assorted boxes of chocolate, regardless of how low the quality is. Every time I see those after Valentines Day sales, I always want to buy a shit load of them, but something about a chubby guy alone on the couch eating several heart shaped boxes of chocolate seems too sad even for me. Good to know I still have a few lines I won’t cross…

    • This was our first Valentine’s Day since getting married, and we’re both thoughtful gift givers, but didn’t go overboard. I got her a Tiffany necklace I knew she really liked, and she took me to my favorite steakhouse. Unfortunately, no payoff at the end of the night. If you think it’s difficult for you guys to get busy now, wait til you share a house with teenagers.

      • Oh, I can only imagine. Especially sense Brian will be sleeping by Baby J’s bedroom door making sure she doesn’t sneak out!

      • I’ve been hearing a trend of people not being able to close on Valentine’s Day. So gross. If you go above and beyond the grocery store love kit that shit should be mandatory. Which is why I’ll be celebrating on the 15th from now on….

    • When Griff wrote:

      “I really lack pretty much all design skills as well as all motor skills, but I always try to put something together on my own that’s at least meaningful if not pretty (or functional). This year was a little trickier since we were traveling but it worked out.”

      I thought he WAS talking about that.

      My bad.

    • So….a few years ago, my franchise player was placed on IR (to stick with the sports references) for four weeks. Against medical advice, I elevated my star player to the practice squad a week early because he was really excited to get back in the game. Overly so, as a matter of fact. First toss in more than three weeks soared right out of the field of play, and I narrowly avoided a blow to the head. Thankfully I always keep an eye on the play, even in practice. I came out of it unscathed, but my favorite pillow case wasn’t so lucky….it was driven into an early retirement after that day.

  2. My boyfriend and I didn’t have solid plans, so we went to a guilty pleasure favorite restaurant, Fresh Choice, its like a salad bar – disgusting pizza type buffett on the west coast, we tried to make a movie but it was sold out so we went home but he got me a new dress from my favorite store. I got him thick hiking socks for our reno trip.
    oh yeah and a friend told me he came in his eye once. so apparently he made it even further than Brian.

    • Hi Lucy! Thanks for your post! I love it! It’s all about doing something that you’re looking forward to and enjoying each other’s company. A fancy restaurant doesn’t necessarily mean special or meaningful. Often our favorite meals come from places we’ve been to a hundred times.

      As for the men, maybe they should start a support group.

  3. so, I want to throw down a challenge to Bmo and Jameson.

    The recent closure of the Erotic Heritage Museum is very sad. I know Bmo and his ex had visited the place with another couple.

    The challenge: Go as a couple to an event like a Sunday at the Red Rooster or some weekend at Couples Oasis.

    I’d be willing to throw down some to cover babysitting duties and whatever cover they may charge.

    interesting questions:
    Jameson: Soft or hard swap?
    Bmo: does it give you wood or are you going to be limp and scared?

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