Gaydar radio rules, ok?
I bought a digital radio about 6 months ago now and it’s been a revalation. Not because you can get *danger work plug alert* loads of great stations from the BBC, but because you can also pick up Gaydar radio.
Me and the Girlfriend share different chores around the house and when it comes to food, the rule tends to be that she cooks. The reason being, I could and would burn water, and she’s a fabulous cook and enjoys it. My part of the deal is to leave the kitchen like a new pin.
This works really well and also gives me a chance to listen to the radio in the kitchen. Now I don’t know about you but the last thing I want to listen to when I’m doing the dishes in some Radio 4 chat show or Radio 2 Country program. I want something cheesey to sing along to and that’s where Gaydar comes in.
I don’t know about during the day__I imagine it’s the same old daytime commercial crap__but in the evening it’s cheesy dance music all night long. Fantastic! Doing the dishes will never be the same again.