I enjoy these episodes with Dayn, but I can’t really explain why. It’s one of those things where the episode ends and I wonder, “What the heck did I just listen to?” But it’s entertaining nevertheless.
in essence, from the lowest common denominator’s definition, this radio show is constantly grappling with in a School of Athens style duel with Carson, agent of Epicurius, disparaged on a doric column while Dayn’s response to Motorboat my Balls whilst eating hemlock cereal.
At the heart of discussion:
Virility, defined by the lowest common denominator:
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For the pathogenicity term, see Virulence.
Look up virility in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Historically, masculine attributes such as beard growth have been seen as signs of virility and leadership (for example, in ancient Egypt and Greece).
Virility refers to any of a wide range of masculine characteristics viewed positively.