Girls Gotta Eat Podcast
The Girls Gotta Eat Podcast. Welcome to the Girls Gotta Eat Podcast. A hilarious podcast hosted by two women with a wicked sense of humor.
How about a great love story to brighten our souls in these dark days, huh? We’re excited to be joined by one of our favorite, been-following-for-years #CoupleGoals — Arielle Vandenberg and Matt Cutshall. They share how they went from best friends to fiancés, what it’s like to work with your partner, why they rarely fight (but also a fight they had recently), tips for couples (and everyone) for staying sane during this time, and more. We’re also sharing the funniest/most ridiculous fights our listeners have had with their significant others while being quarantined, and catching up on our latest masturbation mishaps. We hope you enjoy and stay safe!
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About the Hosts
Rayna Greenberg Writer, photographer, founder of @onehungryjew and cost of @girlsgottaeatpodcast. Contrary to how I may look & act, I have (some) hobbies that extend past eating & listening to myself talk.
They are bathtubs, massages, bourbon, Pittsburgh sports teams, and getting a lot of attention. If we’ve dated or are going to date in the future, you will be talked about on this podcast. You’ve been warned so.
Ashley Hesseltine Standup comedian, writer, and founder of @brosbeingbasic + @fashiondads_. Hobbies include group texting, wine “tasting”, taco-eating, dancing, hanging with her dog and petting every other dog she sees.
Turn-ons: a sense of humor, passion for ’90s hip-hop. Turn-offs: cheapness, angry drunks. I enjoy candlelit pizza dinners, long walks around the East Village, and GUYS WHO HAVE THEIR SHIT TOGETHER (sorry for yelling).