Baconsale Episode 93: The Psychology of Love

Love is a many-splendored thing, so it’s time for Baconsale to discuss this enigmatic emotion with our good friend, Dr. Matthew Woolley, Ph.D. And while you may think that all you need is love, Dr. Matt is here to tell us what is love and how to differentiate it from infatuation and/or drug use. We also talk about Valentine’s Day, romantic comedies, love languages, social media, discarded chocolates and what happens when a man loves woman. Things may get real at times, but then Kent rubs Joel’s shoulder and everything just gets awkward.

So press play and remember that everything we do, we do it for you, The Listener.

10 thoughts on “Baconsale Episode 93: The Psychology of Love

  1. I have abandoned commenting on the blog for commenting via Twitter. Now it looks so barren coming here and not seeing any comments. I suppose I’ll be back if i ever feel the need to write a comment longer than 140 characters.

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    1. I’ve decided I comment too much so I’m taking a bit of a break. I don’t have cool photoshop skills or anything like that to contribute so I’ll be back when I come up with a cool episode idea or something.


      1. You might not have cool photoshop skills, but how are your poetry skills? You could write haikus or limericks based on the episode. For example:

        Kent fell in love at first sight
        He worked up his courage half the night
        Cuz he needed a date
        And perhaps a mate
        So he took a chance by swiping her right

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  2. Valentine’s Day to me is just another day, but I do have chocolate covered strawberries for myself.
    I find it annoying that it’s becoming expected to buy gifts for my kids for every minor holiday. They do valentine’s at school, and I think that’s cool, but I don’t want to get them something just for the sake of getting them something.

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      1. I give them nothing, but I’ve heard it’s a thing to give your kids gifts. That is obviously not my love language because I see no reason to give my kids gifts on days other than their birthday and Christmas.

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