Our guest co-host this week was Patrick Wu, Charm Coach for Wooist and the author of The Art of Wooing (which you can purchase here). After a lifetime of failed romance, Patrick spent 10 years studying how men and women relate to each other, discovering how to make connection easier and more natural. Now he wants to help men facing similar unluck in love. We chatted with him about the Wooist philosophy.



Sex Ed in Schools

A high school teacher, who was voted 2017’s Teacher of the Year, may get fired after allowing her students to publish a declassified dating guide. Surprise, surprise, some Indiana parents were upset, and now there’s a huge scandal brewing. You can read more about it via USA Today here.

The Government & Grindr

The Egyptian government is cracking down on gay dating by abusing Grindr. Law enforcement officers are posing as members of the LGBT community to catfish actual LGBT folk and charge them with antiquated felonies against decency. Worst of all, there may soon be a law that makes being gay punishable with up to five years in prison. You can read more about it via Stepfeed here.

Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber reunite

The music world shed a tear as Selena Gomez and The Weeknd recently called it quits. But wait, what’s this? It seems like the Biebs is already trying to slide back into those DMs . . . You can read more about it via NY Daily News here.


We pull the best questions posted on The Textpert App, including:

  • Whether to dump a “good” boyfriend caught texting other girls
  • Advice for your first time
  • Wanting to talk to an ex who’s blocked you

And many more . . .


We got Patrick’s lightning-fast love advice in another rapid-fire rendition of Dating Dot Dot Dot.

_________ is always sexy

_________ is never sexy

If a single woman makes a lot of money, she should ______________

If a single man is broke he should ______________

The most important quality in a wife is _____________

The most important quality in a husband is _________


Inspired by another dating scam, the podcast Dirty John, and the sad news in Egpyt, Damona gave vital tips on how to avoid getting scammed and catfished in another fiery diatribe. Remember, if it seems too good to be true . . . it probably is.

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