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Voicemail Project: Why Do We Cry In Cars?

Apr 11, 2019

Why do we cry in cars? I mean seriously, is there anyone reading this right now who hasn't cried (profusely, I might add) in a car? Were you alone? Was a song reminding you of some sad thing playing on the radio? Did you just get broken up with? Was the person who broke up with you still sitting next to you? Is this starting to get uncomfortable?

Well we're here to listen, literally! So call our voicemail number - (860) 580-9677 - and tell us all about it. We want to hear about the time when you cried so hard in a car that you had to use those crumpled up fast food napkins wedged between the seats as tissues. And what is is about being in your car that allowed you to be so emotional anyway? 

There are no wrong answers. When you call us, it's just you and (our) phone. No one will be at the other end. If you mess up, just start over, or call the line and start over again. We'll edit out the mistake. And when we're done, we'll select a few of the voicemails to air durring our upcoming  April 18th epside of The Colin McEnroe Show titled, "Crying In Cars." Please try and limit your message to two minutes. Questions: Email me at joshnilaya@gmail.com