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Relationsh!t
P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
November 21, 2018 The Critelli's ft. Stevee & Stephen

Pretty young things, repeat after me:
I said,
"Na na na."


FIRST VERSE:

This week's #GayRelationshipGoals takes us back to Florida with an "a-dorkable" couple: Brandon (@theincrediblemr.rice) and Steven (@sirstevenrice).  Celebrating their 1-year of marriage, Steven and Brandon show us that young gay love is still completely attainable - and incredibly fulfilling.  With a joy that emits through every IG image, this couple does more than inspire; they set the standard!  Follow their joint Instagram page (@mtandmrrice) and make sure you tell them the Critelli's sent you!


CHORUS:

I want to love you (P-Y-T),
Pretty young thing.
You need some lovin' (T-L-C),
Tender lovin' care.
And I'll take you there ...

... Back in the day (when dinosaurs roamed the Earth), relationships held different weight and had a completely different progression.  The term "dating" had a very specific meaning and gray areas didn't exist when it came to titles.  Millennials have adopted new terminology to describe their Facebook dating status, and the Critelli's are trying to get to the bottom of it!  Join them, as they discuss their relationship trajectory and figure out if they're getting old or if the younger generation is just more creative (or both).


SECOND VERSE:

An anthropological dive into the dating patterns of the younger generation led the fellas to Marko's younger sister.  This week, 22-year old Stevee and her 24-year old boyfriend Stephen (seriously ... that's their names), sit down with Marko and Tony to shed some light on what "talking" is, better understand how/why it can take up to two years to move past "talking", and find out whether millennials talk about the future, and if so ... what do they say?  As if they couldn't feel older, this episode is a hop, skip, and jump to the nursing home for both Marko and Tony!


BRIDGE:

Don't be trippin' ...
A couple struggles to decide whether one major trip a year is better than several weekend getaways throughout the year.  What do you do when your partner would rather save all year and have an exotic trip to some remote location, and you'd rather spend the weekend(s) in nearby travel destinations instead?  Who is right and who is wrong?  

Keeping it in the family ...
A Listener is not interested in dating and has prided themselves on their perpetually single status.  But what happens when your fellow queer step-sibling is looking like a whole snack, and you're hungry?  "Ick" factor aside, is it weird to be attracted to your step-brother?  And if not, then how do you tell him you want to be more than just family, without your parents regretting their own union?  These questions and much, much more on this week's Listener Shituations!



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