This week in Waelti, for the first time ever we have a guest on for a third time! We have friend, comedian and pinball player David Tweite back to discuss the state of the stand-up comedy in a world where you can’t perform in front of a live audience, why nobody should ever date a cop and the value of planking as an exercise rather than the viral trend. We also have another previous guest pop in to discuss their take on fast food delivery.
This week in Waelti, Waelti takes a back seat after getting two frozen pain killers deep before recording with friend and previous guest of the pod, Mike James. They talk how Chris’ co-workers think he is in a “Bert and Ernie” situation, Mike calls out a questionable review of the the show and accuses Chris’ confidence of being at an all-time high. We also dissect Chris’ recent history of tweets.
This week in Waelti, we bring on comedian, author, podcast host Sara Benincasa to discuss the importance of creating boundaries with your parents as an adult, the inaccuracy of the age old saying “if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life” and how your closest groups of friends can’t always give you good advice in every area of your life.
This week in Waelti, we bring on long-time listener and the original steve-head turned Waeltaholic, Gabe Elias. Gabe and Waelti bond over their love of partying, we talk about what it’s like living in England during the pandemic, the inequity of building the world’s fastest car, but still making less money than a truck driver and how being a New Yorker is distinctly different from just being an American.