Episode 6 - Embarrassing Fetishes, MILF's & Too Hot To Handle with David Birtwistle & Sophie Milner

Jul 15, 2020, 10:30 PM
This week we're lucky enough to be joined by fellow Clapham resident; 'Too Hot To Handle' star David Birtwistle, where we are lucky enough to spend time with the - fitness coach, influencer, ex-england and wasps rugby academy player, podcaster, model etc etc - essentially he is what Archie dreams of becoming!

We discuss his rugby career, his love for Uni Rugby lash, how he got spotted by Netflix for 'Too Hot To Handle', his experience on the show, how his life has changed, his love for Clapham, his respect for Archie in all medians of life, working out with friend of the show Alex Marks aka The Batchelor, becoming famous, fans dirty messages, videos and requests (including one referencing an un-lubricated entrance point), dating on apps, plans for the future, possible collaborations going forth and much more.

We're also thrilled as ever to be joined by great friend of the show in Sophie Milner who has come on to listen to what's unfolded since we last spoke. We discuss what went wrong with 'The Lioness' Lottie Lion, his failed walking/running dates on the common, his attempts to be allowed on the celebrity dating app 'Raya' after Burns'y said he would invite him and most importantly/appallingly/entertainingly we hear in minute detail about his weekends date with Gloria the mid 40's mother of two. Sophie also lends us her most embarrassing sexual experience in the boudoir.

Also on the show we analyse a listeners most embarrassing sexual tail, an angry old rant about Dolly Alderton's comments on Clapham, the pros of the pedestrianisation of the Northcote road, boxing on the common, Archie's favourite cocktail recipe and much much more.....
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