Whether you're travelling for work or play, its great because you get to go out of your comfort zone. What really makes it unforgettable though are the crazy stories you get to take home because more than the token scenic shots and monopod selfies, your stories are your best souvenirs. Pick up women, save money and enjoy your trip more with some of the best travel hacks and horror travel stories from well travelled Radio DJ and Thespian Carla Dunareanu together with guest host filter-less Franco Mabanta and the rest of the Cavemen
Oftentimes, we rely on others more than it is necessary. The ability to be independent is something that not everyone possesses. Learning how to support yourself and being able to handle things on your own is the first step to success (you'll get there...eventually). Join our Cavemen with the extra serving that is Franco Mabanta, along with Amazing Race Alumnus and FHM gal, Jacq Yu, as they discuss the finer points of being independent. Because at the end of the day, Cavefolks, you only have yourself to fall back on.
For many a bachelor out there, nothing can be more exciting (or challenging) as dating a single mother. The twist of it all is that all the tried and tested rules of the game are not the same when you have fallen for that beautiful and mysterious M.I.L.F (her hands are already full juggling babysitters and playdates to play hard to get with men). In this episode, the Cave Men try to single out the pros and cons of dating a single parent (yes, this includes you single daddies, too), with the help from the gorgeous single momma herself, actress Denise Laurel.
DJs have taken over today’s pop culture by storm, and are fast becoming this generation’s new celebrities, attracting hordes of party goers to every club and music festivals any given night. But despite this growing celebrity status, at the end of the day, these DJs are still performers, who get their fair share of crazy (and more often than not, drunken) requests, insane schedules, and having to deal with the stigma of DJs being just ‘button-pushers’ and not really musicians. In this episode, the country’s premier Turntable Assassin, DJ Mars Miranda, joins The Cavemen, to give us an all-access pass to what really goes on behind that DJ’s booth.
More often than not, we define people by the generation they grew up in. From their choice of music, up to the cartoons they watched, these things have played a part in building their sensibilities. But are we so different from them as what we make them out to be? Such as in dating. Are these species called millenials have had it easier than the rest of us? Join our hosts, with Jasmine Curtis-Smith, in trying to uncover the millennial mentality, and if the rules of dating have changed, or the playing field is still the same since the age of the cave men. (Pun most DEFINITELY intended.) Also, this is the pick on Marc Nelson Episode. Go enjoy!
Most of us have had experiences of being infatuated with someone that you couldn't help, at one point or another, to get to know them better. With the advent of the internet, "researching" has been easy peasy. Liking and following is fine; liking each Instagram post and following them around family functions, however, makes you a stalker, my friend. Join our Cavemen, together with Jasmine Curtis-Smith (who plays an actress being stalked in TV 5's newest series, Jasmine) discuss mote signs that will help you define the lines of stalking. You'll never know, this might just be your ticket to avoid that impending Temporary Restraining Order.