You know those noises that come from your spouse.

Either in the bathroom or right there in the kitchen they come out and boy is it getting a bit much.

Never did you think about the burps, farts, throw up, diarrhea, or those weird noises in bed when you first got together.

Now after years of marriage they are beginning to wan on you.

This week Tony and Alisa share those noises in their marriage and how they have been able to understand why they occur and when. You don’t want to miss this episode on Those Weird Noises.

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