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Ep. 5 - You're Like a Brother To Me
A moment of silence for those who have fallen victim to THE FRIEND ZONE. Sometimes feelings are one sided and it can be difficult to put everything out in the open. Someone is going to get hurt. This week Hollie & Logan discuss what is often an awkward situation. Have you ever been friendzoned? We want to hear your stories on Twitter! @cutoffpodcast Visit us on cutoff.whynotnow.media
Ep. 4 - Will You (Not) Marry Me?
The way we view and think about marriage and divorce continues to change...well, that's at least what Hollie & Logan think. In this episode, they discuss two topics neither has any experience or knowledge of. Of course no research was done in advance. This is Cut Off Podcast, not your Sociology 101 course! What do you think? Join the conversation on Twitter @cutoffpodcast Have a topic idea? We'd love to hear it! Visit cutoff.whynotnow.media
Ep. 3 - Stop Making Stupid People Famous
Growing up we find ourselves influenced by so much that we see on television, in films, and now on social media. Not a big deal if those people are full of good qualities and inspiration. However, we seem to have a problem with making stupid people famous. What do you think? Join the conversation on Twitter @cutoffpodcast Have a topic idea? We'd love to hear it! Visit cutoff.whynotnow.media
Ep. 2 - (Wo)men Are Complicated
We've all heard it. Women are complicated. Men are complicated. Some swear one is more complicated than the other. In this week's episode, Hollie and Logan discuss their thoughts on the topic and society's influence on these gender stereotypes. What do you think? Let us know on Twitter @cutoffpodcast Have a topic idea? We'd love to hear it! Visit cutoff.whynotnow.media
Ep. 1 - Does Everything Happen for a Reason?
In their first podcast ever, Hollie and Logan discuss whether or not they believe everything happens for a reason. It wouldn't be an episode of Cut Off Podcast without interruptions, mild hostility, and a bit of stupidity. What do you think? Does everything happen for a reason?