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Looking for a different angle on English language podcasts? Keiran the crazy Canadian goes where the other English podcasts don't... and more. Keiran and his native English guests discuss politically incorrect subjects as well as general English language, idioms, expressions, culture and more all while having natural unscripted conversations. This podcasts feature an educational exploration of language ranging from every day expressions, pop culture expressions, explicit language and anything in between. The podcast is geared towards adults students, professionals, university students as well as ESL teachers who want to step out of the "Safe Space" of the English language education community and have a little more fun. Join Keiran and his guests in their down to earth humorous conversations and learn to speak a more universal edgy form of English like a native! English ISN'T always PC!!!
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Aug 3, 2016

*** Introduction ***

 

K: So I'm here with gabriel and MAx we just finished, outside of Kingston Absolute comedy club,

G: *Howling

K: Let's talk about that real quick, Max how do you think you set went? 

M: I think it went good, I didn't close as strongly as I should've at all. But it went good.

K: Kinda negative...

M: You want me to say only positive?

K: Nah nah, I was just asking you how your how your

M: I had a great time

K: Yeah I thought you set was good man I liked it. 

G: I listend to it, I listend to it over and it wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it was, I thought I died. But I got a couple of big laughs and a lot of shitty laughs. And one half joke kinda ate dick soo....

K: What do you mean by ate dick? 

G: It wasn't good it was meh, like it's not a good line, it's not a good joke. 

K: No but what does ate dick mean? People don't understand what that means. 

G: Oh it means it didn't go over very well.

K: So you say, I ate dick, means you didn't do very well. 

G: Well I didn't eat dick in total, that joke ate dick.

K: Ok the joke ate dick. Alright great.

G: Alright I'll do it for the Chinese people.

M: yeah so don't message Gabe if you want him to eat dick because only his jokes eat dick.

G: Yo I don't eat dick.

K: ALright let's move on with this

*laughter*

K: Enough about eating dick. So I was.. we did a podcast a few weeks ago and we talked about the word bitch, and ways you can use the word bitch. And some of my students said oh we have the same word in our language but it has like a negative sexual meaning towards women.

M: Right

K: and to me right away I was like that's not the same word. Either their language doesn't have the equivalent, or they mistook it for something else. 

M: Well in English there are a lot of people who think that the word bitch does have a negative connotation towards women. 

K: well no it can, but it doesn't have a sexual connotation. So if you think of a word that can be negative and have a sexual connotation towards women what would that word be? 

G: Whore

M: The C word

K: Whore is one of them yeah

G: Slut

K: I was thinking of slut, what were you thinking?

M: Cunt

K: I dunno if it has a sexual connotation to it.

M: Ahhhhh, it's a piece of a vagina.. sooo....

G: *laughing*

K: Ok it's a vulgar word for vagina.

G: *Laughing*

K: Ok we're not going to talk about cunt today, we're going to talk about slut.

K: So what, what do you think slut means Max?

M: Promiscuous women 

K: Promiscuous women

M: Usually a girl, like a younger women. 

K: Right, and would you say slut is a judgement? 

M: Yes

K: On women right? 

M: Yes, super judgy.

G: Yeah man

K: What do you think about slut?

G: Uhhhh, well there's a whole slut shaming, anti-slut shaming trend going around.

M: Campaign. 

G: Which I get it, cause there's a double standard right, like if a man has sex with a lot of women he's considered a stud, which means like a male that has sex with a lot of women.

K: Yeah he's like a cool guy.

M: He's very cool. 

G: And if women have sex with a lot of men, uh she's considered a slut. Which whatever like were all the same who gives a shit cause that's my opinion. 

K: Yeah but society I mean it's changing now right, 

G: Yeah

K: Like now people can be like I don't mind I'm slutty I like being slutty. But 

G: Yeah yeah yeah it's alright It's good man I like sluts, I'm glad they exist. 

M: But promiscuous women hide the fact that they're promiscuous so that they do not get judged. 

K: Right exactly.

M: But men do not. 

K: Right

G: Hmmm.. But not women don't give a shit, and I like that. They're wearing their sluts on their sleeves. You know

M: Haha!

G: So to speak. That's good, that's a good joke

K: So you mean today's women are more confident about going out there and being slutty. 

G: Yeah yeah yeah

M: Which is a good thing for all men.

G: I wish, I hope nobody hears this podcast in Montreal cause we're just a bunch of guys and well this is what I think about women. 

M: At least you didn't say the C word. 

K: Well no, it's fair though like, when you see a women who is dressed very provocatively you would say that women is dressed slutty. 

M: Right

G: I don't know sometimes I see a women whose dressed provocatively I think I'm very attracted to that woman. I don't necessarily think that she's a slut. 

K: No I don't think that she's a slut, but we would label that a slutty way to dress.

M: You you could, yeah, yeah. 

G: Yeah I guess.

K: But if a man is dressed I don't know in like tight clothes and kinda showboating were not going to say he's slutty

G: No were going to think he's gay or whatever

K: yeah *laughing*

M: That's what I was going to say Keiran, that's exactly it. But I try to use the word she's dressed skimpy because I don't want to say she looks slutty because I don't want to seem like being a dick.

K: Yeah but I don't even think sluttiness is bad, I think some people think it is and I'm passed that judgement. 

M: Yeah that's what were doing.

K: Some people can own their sluttiness and that's empowering. But other people are like, I don't want to be seen as a slut. 

G: Well a lot of people use sexuality, and the power of their sexuality to validate who they are. 

K: Right

G: Cause a lot of people, let's say if they don't really have an identity. Like they aren't really doing anything other than they have a job, and they need something to express themselves and a lot of the time they use like sexuality and attracting a lot of people and having a lot of sex to define who they are as people you know?

K: Right, like when half the time we do our podcast your like, yeah living it up, I'm loving. 

G: Yeah exactly. I don't really have anything going. I do stand up. And I screw around and I have sex. And I have fun. And yea that's right I'm a slut. 

K: I'm just teasing you man

M: Yeah but it's the idea that if you were a girl you'd be like the woman in red you know. The woman everybody looks at and is like, oh my god look at that girl.

K: Right. Ok Max what's the difference between a slut and a whore. 

M: The easiest one is a whore, I think instantly of a prostitute

K: right

M: They take money to have sex 

K: Where a slut is someone who just does it, for the fun of it. 

M: Yeah, that's what they want. 

G: And the process is the payment.

M: *chuckles* One has the visa card scanner and the other doesn't right? 

K: So I would say, I would say when I was single I was a slut, right. Like I'm a slutty person. But is that common for people to talk about a man as a slut? 

M: I've heard it.

G: Yeah I've been judged. Yeah, but's fine, I mean I get it. 

K:But it's generally a female word right, no?

G: mmmm, I mean maybe in like, it's changing, everything changes

M: It is changing,

G: Everything evolves, like words evolve.

M: In the last 10 years I'd say it's been more used for girls and women, but now it's being used more in both ways. 

K: What is the male equivalent of a slut... you think?

G: It's like a gigalo?

M: No that's a male whore,

K: Yeah that's a prositute

M: That's somebody who makes money. 

G: Then what's a manwhore? 

K: Yeah a manwhore is a male equivalent of a slut.

G: Then what's a gigalo?

K: A gigalo is someone who takes money, a manwhore is someone who likes to have sex with lots of women. 

M: A gigalo is a male prostitute, but see that's the problem cause the word whore means you take money to have sex, but the word manwhore means slut, but they don't take money to have sex. 

K: Yeah it's kinda a few confusing circle.

M: Yeah, exactly, it's not logical. 

G: We're living in a crazy fucking world man.

M: Cause these words are based on the emotion that we attach to it and the definition we attach to it. Doesn't have to be logical. 

K: Alright this getting philosophical, philoso ah fuck 

M: Philosiphical ?

K: Philosophical 

G: We're talking philosophy

M: aren't you a doctor? 

K: Philo... is that the right word? Philo

M: Philoceraptor? 

G: *Laughing* 

K: Philosophical 

M:Philosophical 

K: Philosophical

M: The pronunciation threw you off

K: There you go, yeah the pronunciation, it was embarrassing that moment. Anyways let's wrap it up, so a slut is a judgement against women, unless your owning it. 

M: Yeah

K: A slutty person is someone who likes to enjoy their sexuality.

M: Male or female

G: *creepy laugh* 

K: Manwhore is a man who likes to enjoy their sexuality but doesn't take money. 

M: Right.

K: But a whore is someone who likes to take money for having sex. 

G: We're going to get in so much trouble for this podcast.

K: Why?

G: Hahaha

K: This is totally a neutral perspective.

M: And a gigalo is a man typically who takes money to have sex.

G: And Rob Sneider was an actor who played a gigalo in a movie.

K: Therefore he's not a manwhore. But he's kinda a whore. 

G: He whored out

K: but he is a man

G: He whored out his career.

K: alright guys so I'm not sure if this podcast made things more clear for you but bitch is not a negative sexual word, it's a negative word to label a women. Where slut, it all depends on how you perceive it right? 

G: Yeah man

K: Gabriel looks scared, hahaha

G: I don't want George Braithwaite to hear this podcast.

K: Ah... Who cares about George Braithwaite man. Alright guys that's the end of the podcast. If you have questions you probably do let me know, and we'll catch you next time on the next podcast of UNnnnnncensored English!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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