Justin Schneyer, on 19 October 2012 - 12:03 PM, said:
Just wanted to let you know that this podcast is coming crazily close to being my favorite Earwolf show. I'm a 25 year old gay guy who worked at Chuck E. Cheese's in Florida for three years through high school and college, all the while cementing a deep hatred of all things under the age of 12. That was about five years ago, but having grown a little and listening to (oddly enough) a lot of Louis CK and your guys' show, I've been thinking more and more that maybe I might want to have a kid someday. Despite all the obvious hardships to be had, I've been feeling like it might actually be much more fulfilling than the soul crushing and exhausting scenario I've envisioned. I was wondering, before you became dads, what were your feelings on fatherhood, and how have those feelings evolved or stayed the same since then? Awesome show!
Thanks for the kind words Justin! We should discuss this on the show...so I won't say much here, but there is a lot to discuss on the subject. And I would certainly recommend becoming a father. I used to think people with kids just wanted company, but that was a narrow and stupid way to think. It really is great.