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Hold The Mayo
79 minutes | Mar 14, 2019
Ep 225 The Last Episode EVER! (Featuring Marie Forster)
This week we welcome back our long time co-host Marie Forster and she helps as we drop 3 huge bombs!!! 1. We have officially celebrated 5 years of existence 2. Marie is moving to Texas 3. Jay is ending Hold The Mayo Podcast
44 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
EP 224 Fruits of my Labor
This week Jay drops a bomb (and an album)! Then he talks about the worst delivery drivers on the road, why podcasting can help you to be better, and what new music you should be listening to.
63 minutes | Jan 22, 2019
EP 223 Right Swipe Culture
This week Jay comes to us live from work. He talks about his findings within the right swipe culture, ghosting, and what people really want on dating apps. He also discusses the UFC moving over to ESPN and their first (and maybe last) event on prime-time television. He also gets into a very honest talk about gun control, mental health issues, and how the two relate.
54 minutes | Jan 15, 2019
EP 222 Not for Me
This week Jay talks about an Emo Night concert he recently went to. He also teaches us about the history of serial killers in the US.
51 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
EP 221 Mutual Therapy
This week Jay begs for downloads, apologies to Paul Felder (again). Then he discusses Mean Gene Okerlund's death and why people care, what mutual therapy means, and why Jay doesn't want to go to school. He then talks about deleting people from his social media accounts, and why taking your own advice is the hardest thing to do. Finally Jay launches into a rant about his mother touching a strangers hair at a funeral and why everyone should keep their hands to themselves.
50 minutes | Jan 1, 2019
EP 220 We Need To Talk About Kevin
This week Jay introduces his new intern Kevin (@TheInternKevin), talks about hosting Christmas Eve dinner, and explains why celebrity moms love him. Then he inquires why no one freaked out about Penny Marshall's death, why Portuguese men get day drunk, and why women of a certain age always block the entrance of every building. He then makes a mid-show correction, and gets curious about fight names
67 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
EP 219 - Community
This week Jay starts off by talking about an experience he witnessed at a red light involving a broken car in a drive-through. Then he examines why we have become so individualistic, and how much better life can be with a little thought. Later he explains how everything in life is a choice and how that relates to everything you think, act, and feel. Then Jay talks about our lost sense of community and why loosing a piece of the past could turn us into robots. Then we learn something from the history book, and Jay flies off the handle describing a "dating for stories" situation, and gives us all advice on how to get right swiped on all of the apps
56 minutes | Dec 11, 2018
EP 218 Punctured Boxes
This week Jay starts off by giving out some shout outs to recent supporters, then describes military surprise videos and why they make him emotional. Then he talks about the 2 worst days of his life, the emotions that ensued, and the most frustrating thing that can happen at the grocery store. Then we learn about the invention of barbed wire, and Jay admits why he can't watch videos about 9/11 and why we should all support veterans. Buy our new exclusive shirts/mugs by clicking here: www.cafepress.com/corruptaudionetwork/14787718
99 minutes | Dec 4, 2018
EP 217 Jim Wallace
This week we feature Author/Poet/Podcaster/Musician Jim (J.E.A.) Wallace. Jim tells us why you need to shorten your name in the literary world, what the "Mayo Bump" gets you, J. Edwin Wallace the 97 y.o. man, and why to judge a book by its cover. Then he and Jay discuss 1970's LP covers, book and album composition, writing for your mood, and being rejected by publishers. Then during the long awaited return of "Dating For Stories" Jay recants a tale about a Hardcore Punk named Sheila, and how she almost murdered him. And Jim realizes that his career was forever shaped by a lady who stood him up at a pub. We then find out just how important persistence is, and Jay explains why no one actually listens to the one person complaining on Yelp. By Jim's new book here: http://a.co/d/aOhGabv
50 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
EP 216 Saddest People on the Internet
This week Jay starts off with a few corrections from last week. Then he launches into a rant about the social media whores who use a celebrities death as a plea for attention, he crowns a particular group as the saddest people on the internet, and tells us what the most disrespectful thing one can post on social media is. He also mentions what his weekend consisted of, what the Elvis corner (in the recording studio) is, and we learn a little something about the King of Rock and Roll. Purchase Jim Wallace's new book here: http://a.co/d/5vPKWUI
64 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
EP 215 I'm Back
This week Jay talks about why he's been on hiatus, Jon Cross' wedding, the new people that he's met, and we get a Dating For Stories update. He also rants about his dad moving to Florida, The garbage person working at the Salvation army, and what the term "be better" really means. Then Jay recants his recent trip to Vermont to meet friend of the show/ former guest Low Energy Owen, the music video they shot, and why follow through is crucial to the creative minded. Check out the music video here:https://youtu.be/NNFF2GxK1mE
51 minutes | Aug 28, 2018
EP 214 "Persuading Activites"
This week Jay yells at the dad boners from last week and explains why they all got punished. Then he talks about his recent camping trip with his daughter, why its alright to talk your kids into participating in activities that you like, and why he was afraid to speak up for himself as a teen. Then we hear more about the Thornton saga during Diary of a Madman. Finally Jay talks about the passing of Sen. John McCain, his military service, and we learn about this countries history during the Vietnam War era. Music by: David Bazan "Eating Paper" New Amsterdams "Dear Lover"
79 minutes | Aug 14, 2018
EP 213 Dad Boner
This week Jay rants about dad boners and why they need to try...at life. He also talks about his latest break-up and why the show will always come first. He also tells a tale about dating sober parents on"dating for stories" (SPOILER ALERT/FAMILY WARNING). We get a new episode of Diary of a Madman, and learn some stuff about the history of the United States and its drug history.
50 minutes | Aug 7, 2018
EP 212 Sniffles
This week Jay talks about the downfalls of purchasing a new iPhone, how many natural disasters have occurred around him in the last 3 weeks, why going to the bathroom a lot means yours a drug addict, which city in 1884 "cured" addiction to coke, and we hear another tale for the diary of a madman. Subscribe rate and review on iTunes!!!
32 minutes | Jul 31, 2018
EP 211 Back From Hiatus
Welcome back from our brief hiatus! Listen in as Jay fills you in on whats new with the show
102 minutes | May 8, 2018
EP 210 "All News Is Bad News"
This week Jon Cross (After Movie Diner Podcast) fills in as co-host and Jay suggests he and Marie fight it out. Jon admits to being terrible at maths, Andrew W.K. is a garbage person, and Jay bought a new U.S.A. microphone. Jon lists Jay as "FREEDOM' on his new album, he talks about recording his new album 'Former Glory' (https://miscplumbingfixtures.bandcamp.com/album/former-glory), and Jon explains why Jay inspires him. Jay talks about the idea of the American Dream, we find out that all news is bad news, and that evolution is definitely a push and pull situation
79 minutes | May 1, 2018
EP 209 Dr. Baker
This week Marie gets heartburn or possibly a heart attack, the walking farts, and Jay is still waiting for cheesecake. We find out that a rolling hotdog gathers no germs, Jay gorges on Brazilian BBQ, realizes her actually hates teens and missing ice cream. Then he takes on the title of Dr. Baker (the inventor), we talk cooking shows on PBS, foreign foods, Marie attempts to be a good citizen, and Jay breaks down and watches Stranger Things
69 minutes | Apr 24, 2018
Ep 208 "Super Agro"
This week we start off with super agro music, we discuss drummers who also sing, and live music. Marie tells us about her recent weight loss, tasting chocolate hummus, and Jay breaks down and goes to the Ice Cream Lady. Then we find out how much sex is offered in gas station restrooms, we challenge you to a drawing contest, and discuss video vixens and songs about under age girls Music by: Atreyu "Blow" Matt Pryor & Dan Andriano "Cecelia"
67 minutes | Apr 17, 2018
Ep 207 "Officer Loose Cannon"
This week we find out that R. Lee Ermy died, Dorris is coming back from Florida, and Marie's co-worker tries to hook her up with Amy Shumer's co-worker. Then Jay loses his mind about accident babies and sex teens. Marie remembers seeing and elderly mans dong, we realize that Golden Corral has a monopoly in Florida, and Jay a.k.a. Officer Loose Cannon gets his phone fixed at the ghetto store
74 minutes | Apr 10, 2018
Ep 206 "Jerky Brain"
This week we talk about saving coins, Marie falls off of the pizza wagon, and has jerky brain. Jay tries vanilla seltzer water, talks himself out of throwing up, and Marie goes to Boston to visit all of the distracted walkers. Then Jay has a realization about a career change, postal workers are lazy, Jay lives in an independent village, and Marie pays taxes in the year 1400
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