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April 25, 2024 113 mins

What a day! Dua Lipa stops by to talk her new album, Radical Optimism, otu next week. Plus, Matthew Hussey is back giving us advice and talking about his new book, Love Life, and Skeery finally gets his golden microphone. 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
The courses of this program were pre recorded.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
Please welcome Hell Australia.

Speaker 1 (00:05):
Let's hear it.

Speaker 3 (00:09):
Whoad guys, No idea my voice was that annoying.

Speaker 4 (00:20):
I used to listening to.

Speaker 5 (00:21):
The station that I found you guys, and I got
no refreshing.

Speaker 3 (00:24):
Love you guys.

Speaker 1 (00:26):
Elvis Terran in the Morning Show.

Speaker 2 (00:28):
My God, get it up, sister, we gotta go. It
is Wednesday, April twenty fourth. Yep, it's a day day
we should start to show to do a Yeah, what
do you want to hear that one? Or some song
that he goes.

Speaker 6 (00:48):
Oh no, no, yeah, that one, that one, that one.

Speaker 2 (01:01):
I'll have to play this one stage come into you.
I remember one year, Julie but did jingle Ball actually
performed the song and we were backstage watching. You know,
that's the best place to watch the show, right, But
it was so cool to see that show jingle Ball.
What is jingle Ball run.

Speaker 7 (01:19):
Christmas time at the same time every year.

Speaker 2 (01:21):
Let's have another one this year, shall we? Anyway, Welcome
to the day. We talked to our first caller of
the day. Noel.

Speaker 8 (01:27):
Hi, Noel, Oh my gosh, Hi, everybody, good morning, good morning.

Speaker 2 (01:33):
I heard a rumor it's your birthday? Is this true?

Speaker 8 (01:36):
It is? It's number forty three for me and I'm
talking to some of my best friends in the entire world.

Speaker 2 (01:41):
I'm so wow, birthday, Happy birthday. So what are you
doing for your big Noel birthday?

Speaker 8 (01:49):
I am hoping that the Yankees win tonight, so.

Speaker 2 (01:55):
That would be the ultimate gift.

Speaker 1 (01:56):
I guess heck yea, it would be.

Speaker 8 (01:58):
And to talk to you guy, I've been listening since
Elvis and Elliott, so it's been a long time waiting
and I'm super pumped and today is just a game
changer here.

Speaker 2 (02:08):
Well, no I think you're changing our game. Actually, I
can feel your energy. Are you feeling her energy?

Speaker 9 (02:13):

Speaker 10 (02:13):
Yeah, it's like electricity, electricity.

Speaker 2 (02:18):
You do Aleapas on the way. We've gotta clean this
mess up. Hey, So Noel, howe the class?

Speaker 8 (02:22):
We have to do the class or do Alipa.

Speaker 2 (02:25):
I was saying, what if you went to a du
Aleipa concert and rather than you know, applause after every song,
people just clap twice. Move on. Hey, Okay, so you're
hoping for a Yankees victory. But what are you doing
for your birthday? Is it a typical day and you're
gonna celebrate later or what's up.

Speaker 8 (02:43):
Well, it's a typical day. But I do have two
awesome kids, Sadie and Rocco, who are are planning something
I'm sposed to not know, so I'm sure it's going
to be amazing. And it's just it's just another day
to just see the world and have great weather and
the side of the He's not just kill it, just
love every part of that.

Speaker 2 (03:03):
All right, get out there. I know we're all we're
all scratching our eyes with these seasonal allergies. Hey, it's
her birthday, Nate, give her something good.

Speaker 4 (03:09):
What do you have?

Speaker 11 (03:10):
How about a fifty dollars Wendy's gift card for that
new Cinnabon pull apart.

Speaker 1 (03:14):
Oh my god, yeah sounds good.

Speaker 12 (03:17):
It sounds awesome.

Speaker 8 (03:18):
Thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (03:19):
Thank you for listening. We appreciate your energy and happy birthday. Noel,
it's your day. Don't let anyone try to screw that up.

Speaker 8 (03:26):
Oh my gosh, you got it.

Speaker 4 (03:28):
I'm on it.

Speaker 9 (03:28):
Don't worry about it.

Speaker 2 (03:29):
Hold on one second. Have a great day. There you go, Noel, Danielle,
how are you?

Speaker 12 (03:32):
I am good? How are you?

Speaker 2 (03:33):
What's on your mind today?

Speaker 4 (03:35):
You know?

Speaker 12 (03:35):
Same as yesterday?

Speaker 1 (03:37):
Not much new?

Speaker 2 (03:38):
Well what about you? Gandhi? What's up?

Speaker 3 (03:40):
I'm just excited because yesterday was a beautiful day, hoping
the same for today.

Speaker 2 (03:44):
Didn't we have a chance of rain today?

Speaker 3 (03:46):
A chance?

Speaker 10 (03:46):
A chance doesn't mean about it?

Speaker 2 (03:48):
Froggy, how are you feeling this fine morning? I'm all good.
I got no complaints elbows during What about you? Scatter?
I feel amazing, amazing? What about you, Producer Sam?

Speaker 10 (03:58):
I feel good.

Speaker 13 (03:59):
Allergies kick my but yesterday so I'm still feeling that.
But otherwise I'm great.

Speaker 2 (04:03):
Yeah, I found out for my doctor I have high
cholesterol yesterday. That's what. Let's let's have a steak. How
are you doing, Scotty Be you're good? My cholesterol is
off the charts. Let's hang out. Okay, it's in the red.
Sounds like we would be a really good match.

Speaker 14 (04:16):
High Diamond, Good morning.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
What are you doing over there? Oh?

Speaker 1 (04:20):
Just trying to breathe?

Speaker 7 (04:21):
You know, my allergies are kicking them off behind.

Speaker 2 (04:24):
Yeah, there you go. I think even though we are
kind of limping along with allergies, we tend to be
in a good mood.

Speaker 10 (04:29):
That's good, right, absolutely?

Speaker 3 (04:32):
Something weird is happening because I usually have horrible allergies
and I haven't felt anything.

Speaker 12 (04:37):
Don't you better not done?

Speaker 2 (04:38):
Your body goes through a change.

Speaker 3 (04:40):
I hope that I just got my ass beats for
so many years that I've become immune.

Speaker 12 (04:43):
Maybe maybe maybe when you were sick this year, it
changed the composition of your body and now you don't
have that.

Speaker 10 (04:50):
Or no, like it's super human.

Speaker 2 (04:53):
Yes, if you just say you don't have allergies, you
never will. I don't, but you will. All right, let's
get into the three things we need to know. We
do have a thousand dollars free money. Phone tap on
the way, du Alipa is on the way. Matthew Hussey
is on the way.

Speaker 15 (05:06):
What us to do?

Speaker 2 (05:07):
All right? You're up?

Speaker 10 (05:08):
All right, there's a lot going on.

Speaker 3 (05:09):
A bill allowing Tennessee teachers to carry guns is headed
to the Governor's desk. The bill allows for specially trained
teachers to carry handguns in the classroom, but parents and
kids will not know if the teacher is armed. The
measure passed the state House Tuesday along party lines, with
only four Republicans voting against it. Governor Bill Lee has
indicated support for the measure. But says he needs to
see all the details before signing. The Food and Drug

Administration says the bird flu virus has been detected in
some samples of pasteurized milk in the US. The FDA
made that announcement yesterday, less than a month after the
outbreak of the bird flu was found in herds of
dairy cows for the first time. The agency says the
pastorization of the milk is likely to deactivate the virus
and it's therefore still safe to drink, but they're waiting

for test results to confirm that statement. And finally, the
Federal Trade Commission is non compete agreements. According to the FTC,
about eighteen percent of the workforce in the US is
covered by these agreements, which stops them from working for
competitors or starting a new competing business when leaving a job.
That's about thirty million people right now. The rule would

ban these agreements for workers and force companies to let
current and past employees know that they will no longer
be enforced.

Speaker 2 (06:22):
There, fine, we let them know. I can finally get
a job at LIGHTFM.

Speaker 3 (06:25):
You walk right across the street, Oh, the hallway, Yeah,
and those are your three things?

Speaker 2 (06:29):
Thank you. That is a big, big.

Speaker 10 (06:31):
Huge deal. Not for us here in New York as much.

Speaker 2 (06:33):
Right, Yeah, I don't think I don't think they are.
They cannot enforce them here. So if you want to
go work across the street, then you know tough titties.
Well wow, just go. Now I'm saying, where are you going?
I'm going to I'm going to do ESPN Talk Sports radio.

Speaker 10 (06:51):
Are you you have been watching basketball?

Speaker 2 (06:54):
I have been watching basketball. He knows they're ready for me.
I'm so excited. Are you guys ready for your Wednesday?

Speaker 16 (07:01):

Speaker 2 (07:03):
I'm sorry? Was that funny.

Speaker 1 (07:04):
Elvista ran in the morning show?

Speaker 10 (07:06):
Time is running out to.

Speaker 12 (07:07):
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Speaker 2 (07:30):
All right, you know it's time. It's been years since
we had Remember that lady we hired the efficiency expert.
Oh yeah, we need to have her back. I feel
like we're just inefficient.

Speaker 10 (07:40):
I don't think i've met her and I don't think
I like her.

Speaker 12 (07:43):
I don't think she helped anyway.

Speaker 2 (07:47):
I remember that that was years ago. Yeah, I felt
like we were just we needed a little oomph, a
little boost, Yeah, a little encouragement to be more efficient.

Speaker 10 (07:55):
Why does she come in tweak?

Speaker 4 (07:56):

Speaker 2 (07:56):
Everything? Oh she sat here all day and told us
how wrong we were about it, everything we did.

Speaker 12 (08:00):
It was very funny though, because as like, we're just
doing our thing, and every time she picked up her
pen and wrote down something, we all were like, what
you write down? Who are you writing about? What do
we do wrong?

Speaker 2 (08:10):
Exactly? We need an efficiency network, an expert?

Speaker 10 (08:15):
Can I volunteer? No, you need it more than all
of the Exactly, I do so much around here. You
don't even know.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
You come in here and just you're like a whirling dervish.

Speaker 10 (08:27):
I enjoy myself. I explore all the corners.

Speaker 2 (08:30):
Yes, huh, Producer Sam, good morning, let's do some horsecopes.
Who are doing with.

Speaker 10 (08:36):
I'd love to do with you today?

Speaker 1 (08:39):

Speaker 2 (08:40):
All right? Hold on. If you're having a birthday today,
you celebrate with Oh my god, I want to go
to this lunch. You celebrate with Kelly Clarkson, Barbius dry
sand and cedric the entertainer.

Speaker 10 (08:51):
Oh ah, the talent that would be good for you? You
love that?

Speaker 2 (08:54):
I would love that lunch AnyWho. Cap Acorn, your drive
towards perfection is helpful Today. Aim high and your effort
will pay off. Capricorn your Dasa.

Speaker 13 (09:03):
Nine Aquarius, You're gonna need to be creative today. Think
outside the box A complex problems come in your way
your days.

Speaker 2 (09:10):
An eight highe Pisces. Sometimes you need to act before
you feel ready. Inspiration will then follow your days A
nine aries.

Speaker 13 (09:16):
Today, your efforts have the potential to lead to major gains.
Try not to let your inner doubt stifle your actions
your days of six Hey Taris.

Speaker 2 (09:23):
Consistency is usually your strength, but it's on to but
it's on to back off a task. What okay? Consistency
Hello stars on crack. Consistency is usually your strength, but
it's on to back off a test that's been serving you.

Speaker 10 (09:40):
Yeah, it probably means okay, it's okay, it's okay.

Speaker 13 (09:43):
Probably your days of six o Jemini are a quick thinker,
and you'll need to get out of a jam.

Speaker 10 (09:49):
So trust your gut your days an eight.

Speaker 2 (09:50):
Hey Cancer, don't try to hide your vulnerability. It can
be a wonderful tool for connection and inspiring others. Your
day's in ten Leo.

Speaker 13 (09:57):
In order to improve yourself, you first must make room
by letting some things go.

Speaker 2 (10:01):
Your days of seven? All right, bye, everyone? What are
you doing? I don't need glasses? It makes sense. I
could read it perfectly well when it said I didn't
understand it, it.

Speaker 10 (10:10):
Gets your glasses. You go get that?

Speaker 7 (10:12):
So funny, but thank you?

Speaker 4 (10:16):
What is it?

Speaker 2 (10:16):
Virgo Virgo, Virgo less often be more? Oh no, less can't. Okay,
Virgo less can often be more. Focus on what is

truly essential in life and let go of what is it?
Your day's a five, Hey, Libra. People won't always act
the way you'd like them to, but make sure you're
proud of your response. It's all you can control. Your
days an eye, Scorpio, lead with curiosity. There's more than
meets the eye. Your days an eight, And.

Speaker 13 (10:52):
Finally, Sagittarius, you're not remembering an interaction for how it
went down. Ask someone else's objective opinion. Your days of
seven and your Wednesday morning horrors goes.

Speaker 2 (11:01):
Grandma had to put on her spectacles.

Speaker 10 (11:03):
Oh my god, my grandma used to call.

Speaker 2 (11:07):
I said that just to bring that memory of grandma you,
I appreciate. What do we have coming up?

Speaker 12 (11:12):
Danielle Caitlin Clark is making the money. And Kim Kardashian
was on with Kimmel discussing things, but not Taylor. They
didn't talk about Taylor.

Speaker 2 (11:19):
I heard she did say something.

Speaker 12 (11:21):
I know that was a different That was somebody else
talking behind what that was a that was somebody else saying.
There were a source saying that. Kim said that.

Speaker 2 (11:32):
Kim says she she wants Taylor to move on.

Speaker 12 (11:34):
That's a source said.

Speaker 2 (11:36):
Oh, I believe. I believe she said that.

Speaker 1 (11:39):
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Speaker 3 (11:41):
Barbara corkran Shark from Shark Tank.

Speaker 2 (11:43):
They changed was losing Mark Cuban, but he's with us
for another year.

Speaker 1 (11:47):

Speaker 12 (11:47):
Is there anyone else you'd like to get rid of
on Shark Tank? Come on, I'm not answering that question.

Speaker 2 (11:54):
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Speaker 1 (12:09):
Suv Elvis Duran in the Morning show. This is Elvis
Duran in the Morning Show.

Speaker 2 (12:16):
Wow, it's getting kind of caddy on the text messages.

Speaker 7 (12:18):
Over Here's probably.

Speaker 2 (12:24):
I just me.

Speaker 3 (12:28):
You know, he hisses that people in real life I do.

Speaker 12 (12:31):
Is that a fetish thing?

Speaker 10 (12:33):
If you say something snarky to him, he goes it's.

Speaker 2 (12:36):
A feline thing. Yeah, I was just saying that. The
rumor is that Kim Kardashian was overheard saying that Taylor
Swift should move on. By the way, I have no
anything in this fight, no skin in the game, no
skin in the game. So someone texted in of course
that's what Kim would say about Taylor. That's exactly what
all belitches would say. Bully bitches is what a bullitches?

Speaker 7 (13:00):

Speaker 3 (13:00):
Because calling someone a bully bitch is not bullying in itself.

Speaker 2 (13:05):
Look, I don't care.

Speaker 3 (13:06):
It's just funny to me the way that this whole
thing is working. I like, you have no dog in
the fight, but one group picking on another group because
they're saying you're a bully, but being bullies themselves is fascinating.

Speaker 2 (13:16):
It is kind of just letting you know. And once again,
as I told you, earlier.

Speaker 14 (13:24):
Can't we all just get along?

Speaker 2 (13:26):
Yes we can.

Speaker 12 (13:27):
And by the way, that's just hearsay that kim said
that I need to believe it's you. Never came. She
was on Kimmel yesterday. She didn't say a word about
anything like that.

Speaker 2 (13:34):
So let's say hello to Shella. Hi, Shella, is it Shell?

Speaker 4 (13:40):
Your name?

Speaker 2 (13:40):
Is your name? Shella? Yes, Shella hows everything in the
City of Brotherly Love.

Speaker 9 (13:48):
Oh, it's good, it's good.

Speaker 4 (13:51):
So you just.

Speaker 2 (13:53):
Well, we love having you here. So I heard rumor
that you just listened to my book on Audible.

Speaker 4 (13:59):
I did.

Speaker 9 (13:59):
I just a book on Audible was the greatest thing. Really,
it's pretty good, Yeah, it really was. When is your
next book coming out?

Speaker 4 (14:07):
I need to listen to it.

Speaker 2 (14:08):
Yeah, I'm sort of writing it now. And then, uh,
you know, I don't know. I can't focus my focus.

Speaker 9 (14:17):
I love your first book. I thought it was so raw,
so good. Listening to it was even better, and it
was it was great. I need I need a second one.
You need a second one?

Speaker 2 (14:26):
All right? All right, all right, I need You're right,
I need to get that done. What is it going
to be like another memoir?

Speaker 7 (14:30):
Or are you doing like a Harlequin Romance no.

Speaker 12 (14:33):
With Fabio on the cover.

Speaker 2 (14:35):
Yeah no, no, no, no no, it's just you'll see
what's up scary you see.

Speaker 14 (14:42):
I think you should wait till after you retire to
release the book, because then you could spill all the tea.

Speaker 2 (14:48):
Just what are you saying? You want me to retire now?

Speaker 17 (14:50):

Speaker 14 (14:51):
No, no, no, wait ten years, Shella.

Speaker 2 (14:56):
I'm listening to you loud and clear. I need to
get that book done. You're right absolute. I know, Danielle.
You just did something on Audible too, didn't you.

Speaker 1 (15:03):

Speaker 12 (15:03):
I just finished The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewel and
yes and now and then there's a sequel to it
as well. It's so good. Nate and I were just
talking about how it's the narrators that a lot of
times make it for you. And there are so many
good narrators, and you know, people that read the books
on Audible. It's awesome.

Speaker 11 (15:20):
I listened to Dan Harris's book, Our friend Dan here
happier and his voice, Oh my gosh, so good.

Speaker 2 (15:25):
You're weird, you tak It's a great book though, it's
really great. So look, Shella, thank you for listening to
the book. Can we give Shelle something. What do we
have to you know, I mean, here's here's what I
gonna do. Since you've reminded everyone to get inspired with
best sellers and a great listen new releases and podcasts,
exclusive originals, all on Audible, just like you got, Shella,

We're gonna give you an Amazon Echo whoa you know
you know her name. Also, we're going to give you
a twelve month Audible membership so you can keep on listening.
And we're gonna give you a two hundred and fifty
dollars Amazon gift card.

Speaker 18 (16:02):
Yeah yeah, thank you.

Speaker 2 (16:06):
Thank you. Thanks for listening to my book, and you
are inspiring me to to pen another one. I'll get
it done, okay.

Speaker 9 (16:12):
Also, Elvis, I just I just want to say that
you guys inspire us on the daily basis to just
live like live our love out, live life, live raw,
live Who we Are your book. Listening to it was
probably the best, most encouraging, most raw book that I
have read in so long. I love you, guys, I

love everything about you.

Speaker 4 (16:35):
Thank you for everything.

Speaker 2 (16:35):
Thank you, by the way, nice the book always available
and Audible and Amazon.

Speaker 14 (16:43):

Speaker 2 (16:44):
Feel free, all right, Shella, Hold on one second, we're
going to send you this big box of stuff. Hold on,
how cool is that? How nice?

Speaker 19 (16:49):

Speaker 2 (16:50):
By the way, if you want to oh by bye bap,
sign up for a free thirty day trial at audible
dot com slash Elvis. That's audible dot com slash elevits.
I have a bag of stuff.

Speaker 12 (17:03):
What do you have?

Speaker 2 (17:07):
What's in the bag? Bitch?

Speaker 12 (17:10):
Did you see a little Snickers that were id?

Speaker 10 (17:12):
Can we take those?

Speaker 2 (17:13):
Absolutely? We got by the way, I couldn't even fit
those in the bag. We have so many we have
the fun sized snickers out there. But did you see
the huge boxes. There's a dozen boxes all from Unique Snacks.
Her name is Bev Kroutch. She's a sales analyst at
Unique Snacks. She says, it's national pretzel day to day there.

These are called puffs puffsils. It's big puff flavor with
fun pretzel crunch, honey mustard flavor.

Speaker 12 (17:49):
Okay, what else we got?

Speaker 2 (17:52):
I got plain one because they also sent jars of mustard.
There's a multi grain for longer life.

Speaker 10 (18:04):

Speaker 2 (18:06):
And also let's see what this.

Speaker 12 (18:08):
Oh, that's probably a good mustard. That's a German mustard.

Speaker 2 (18:10):
Something else arrived today. You let's see what else I arrived.

Speaker 10 (18:13):
Can we eat it?

Speaker 2 (18:15):
Scary's gold microphone? Scary's gold microphone with his name is
Scarry Jones written on it.

Speaker 14 (18:25):
I can't cool. This is so awesome, whip.

Speaker 12 (18:32):
What are we going to attach it to?

Speaker 2 (18:33):
Never? It does it? You can't attach it to you
can't attach it to a wire.

Speaker 12 (18:37):
It's are you going to put it at home? At
your studio? At home?

Speaker 20 (18:41):
Well, I don't know, yeah, I guess yes, absolutely, yes, yes, yes,
I'm gonna do that.

Speaker 14 (18:46):
Thank you so much, Thank you guys.

Speaker 2 (18:48):
The thing is so cool, so thank you to uh Bosh.
By the way, Bosh, there are everything, audible, everything microphone.
These are the microphones and we had it gold plated
for you.

Speaker 14 (18:57):
This is phenomenal.

Speaker 6 (18:58):
Thank you.

Speaker 14 (18:59):
I can't thank you guys so much. I remember when
I thought you guys were kidding.

Speaker 20 (19:02):
I thought it was a joke because I'm like what,
I don't I'm not worthy of a gold microphone.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
But thank you so much, and you're more than worthy
of it.

Speaker 7 (19:11):
That's culled.

Speaker 2 (19:11):
He kissed me.

Speaker 14 (19:13):
Thank you, guys, you're.

Speaker 2 (19:15):
Beyond beyond worthy of a gold microphone. Scary, we love you,
Thank you. I have a celebratory pretzel.

Speaker 14 (19:22):
Can I dip it in some mustard?

Speaker 2 (19:24):
You can do whatever you want.

Speaker 7 (19:25):
It's your microphone, you do it German mustard. It's really good.

Speaker 2 (19:29):
My gosh, what if my schnauzers were like some German mustard.
There you go, Thank you, You're very welcome. That was
for your birthday, right, yeah, like fifty God is your
almost fifty one? It took a while to get that
thing gold plated. All right, let's get into the Danielle report.
So much going on.

Speaker 12 (19:45):
Let's talk about miss Caitlin Clark. I told you this
would happen. It is official. She just signed with Nike
and it's worth twenty eight million dollars. You deal good
for her. Nike was not only was that not the
only sports apparel company that wanted her. Adidas offered her
six million dollars. Under Armor would have given her sixteen
million for four years. She had a meeting with Puma

and she walked out, apparently because it was a very
low ball offer of like three million dollars. So oh,
but like I said, eight eight years, twenty eight mili
from Nike, and I think she's getting her own shoe
as well. So that's pretty damn cool.

Speaker 2 (20:19):
Don't you love seeing that stuff unfold for her?

Speaker 12 (20:21):
Yeah, good for her, especially when the she only got
seventy six thousand dollars from the WSBA. I mean, you know,
it's crazy.

Speaker 3 (20:28):
Have you guys seen the Olympic runners uniforms that Nike
put out?

Speaker 2 (20:32):
The ones who were there, Uh, their unmentionables are hanging out.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
Yeh. I don't know how you can run in something
like that. Oh, there's gonna be stuff all over the place.

Speaker 2 (20:41):
Oh no, yeah.

Speaker 3 (20:42):
Even the runners were tweeting like, so where does my
left one go?

Speaker 10 (20:47):

Speaker 2 (20:47):
That's uncomfortable to see Froggy wearing one of them. It's
like it's like the boat. Yeah, it's very similar to that.

Speaker 10 (20:56):
They're very cut, Like what I.

Speaker 2 (20:58):
Mean because I know that it looks like a guy
made them, because a woman would never design those, because
because your twigs and berries fall out right.

Speaker 10 (21:08):
Absolutely. Just the tweets were hilarious.

Speaker 12 (21:10):
I can't even imagine.

Speaker 10 (21:11):
Interested to see how this go?

Speaker 12 (21:12):
The pain, the pain. The Tailosworts Education Center wing of
the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has on
display the friendship bracelets she received from fans during the ariostours.
So if you go in there, maybe you'll see the
bracelet you gave her, because I'm sure lots of people
gave her lots of bracelets.

Speaker 10 (21:29):
Let's see.

Speaker 12 (21:30):
Marshmallow and Pink Pantheress will be performing at the twenty
twenty four MLS All Star Concert. I cannot believe it's
already that time of year, but yes, the MLS All
Star Game is kicking off July twenty first and running
through July twenty fourth. It's gonna be It's been a yeah.
I was there last year in Seattle and it's already
a year. It's just it's so crazy how quick things

go and time goes. It's really Kim Kardashian was on
Jimmy Kimmelive this week, and she revealed that a lot
of the rumors we hear about her are true. She
did not comment on Taylor Swift and the song and
things like that, but she admitted to blow drying her
jewelry because she hates the feeling of cold metal. Okay, okay,

so she likes to warm it up, which puts it
on her body, and she hates the sound of cardboard,
so she has her assistance take off the cardboard sleeve
from her Starbucks orders for her. Wow, can't you just
get that without.

Speaker 2 (22:26):
The sleeve or just take it off yourself?

Speaker 12 (22:28):
But she doesn't like the sound, but the cardboard sound,
and it drives her crazy.

Speaker 2 (22:32):
Okay, I guess if.

Speaker 12 (22:33):
You have like a what is it?

Speaker 10 (22:36):
What's the one with so Phoni?

Speaker 12 (22:38):
Yeah, this sounds maybe No, I don't think that's what
she has, but maybe that's maybe that's what it is.
I don't know. My son has it.

Speaker 2 (22:44):
I have to ask Kanye guys.

Speaker 12 (22:48):
Kanye is starting off his own porn studio, wants to
call it easy Porn, saying it should be up and
running as early as this summer. That is all. Uh,
this is crazy. A photographer is suing in the Stallion
ra a toxic work environment. One of the things he's claiming
is that she forced him to watch her have sex
with another woman in the back of an suv. Now,

his lawyer is the same guy who's representing the people
suing Lizzo for harassment. So a lot of people are
wondering what's going on with this. So we'll keep you
posted and let you know what that's Please keep us
that's right, I'll keep you posted. Jelly Rowl spent a
lot of time in a juvenile detention center. You guys
know that, and now he is giving back. He built
them a music studio in the same facility. Thirty five

songwriters plus the mayor of Nashville. We're there to celebrate
the grand opening. We love our Jelly Roll.

Speaker 2 (23:37):
He's fantastic here. What can you say about Jelly Row?

Speaker 12 (23:41):
Nothing bad, so fantastic.

Speaker 2 (23:43):
He is a fantastic human being.

Speaker 7 (23:45):
He really is, absolutely is.

Speaker 12 (23:46):
And he's taking you know, his past and his past
mistakes and things he went through, and he is trying
to give back and he's learned from things and he
wants to make people's lives better. It's wonderful. The Masked
Singer is on tonight the second season finale of Not
Dead Yet American Horror Story is back as well for
a season finale. You've got Sight Unseen, Walker Chucky and
that is my daniel.

Speaker 2 (24:06):
I'm taking my time with Palm Royal.

Speaker 12 (24:08):
Oh, I'm going to start that. I'm hearing that's fantastic.

Speaker 2 (24:11):
Yeah, you know what, Either you're gonna love it or
hate it. Yeah, just go on in there.

Speaker 7 (24:15):
Danielle's Apple TV Plus, Yes it is love it.

Speaker 12 (24:20):
Oh, No, we gotta good morning.

Speaker 1 (24:22):
Elvis Duran in the Morning Show.

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Speaker 1 (24:39):
Wendy's Elvis Duran in the Morning Show.

Speaker 2 (24:49):
You know what, Nate, can you? Can you make sure
Gandhi and Danielle come back to work.

Speaker 14 (24:55):
Helloting pretzels.

Speaker 2 (24:57):
I know the pretzels are unbelievable. That's important. I know
now the chocolate covered pretzels just arrived. Bev Crouch has
no idea what she has caused here.

Speaker 10 (25:08):
We couldn't even come in because of the pretzels.

Speaker 2 (25:14):
How about coming in for the paycheck?

Speaker 14 (25:15):
What do you think?

Speaker 1 (25:18):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 12 (25:19):
We were so we were like, oh my gosh, look
at this kind of pretzel. Look at that kind of pretzel.

Speaker 2 (25:24):
There's a lot of pretzels.

Speaker 3 (25:26):
Our paychecks will definitely come. The pretzels will be gone soon,
so we have to go investigate what's out there.

Speaker 2 (25:33):
We got this great text hold on. Let's see, but
I needed you here to answer this because I don't
know anything about wearing a ramper. Oh, let's go talk
to Ashley.

Speaker 7 (25:42):

Speaker 2 (25:42):
Ashley, Hi, good morning, Good morning. Are you wearing a
romper as we speak?

Speaker 16 (25:50):
No? So the problem is this weekend, it's my honey's
grandma's celebration of life. And I was like, looking for
something nice to hear. I'm a townboy, I don't I
don't have where stuff like that, and we're like overalls
and paint tops. And yes, I found this really cute
wrapper on Amazon. I was like, I could definitely pull
that off, like I'm a little chubby, but it looks great.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
So hold on, Please don't use the F word while
talking about your while talking about your romper. All right,
So your question was you put the wrapper on to
give it a world and you look good in it.
But your question is.

Speaker 16 (26:27):
What, I don't know how to pee in it?

Speaker 4 (26:31):
I have no idea because, well, you don't want to
pee in it.

Speaker 7 (26:36):
My shoulders don't don't pee in it.

Speaker 10 (26:38):
You don't want to what that is the problem with
the wropper.

Speaker 3 (26:41):
You will have a really tough time going to the
bathroom and you'll be completely bucket naked when you're peek.

Speaker 12 (26:47):
You can't and you can't wait for the last minute.
You know, sometimes we wait for the last minute. With
a romper, there's no wait until the last minute, plan ahead.

Speaker 2 (26:55):
Yeah, wait, you totally get naked to pee, yes, yeah,
you have Okay, look a look at you don't know
what you're talking about.

Speaker 10 (27:05):
But if you're overalls, yes and zippy back up?

Speaker 2 (27:10):
Yeah yeah, so yeah, peeing and it requires a team
of people.

Speaker 3 (27:15):
Yeah, but you get You got to get naked to
pee with overalls too, so you should be used to
that part.

Speaker 10 (27:21):
But you just have to make sure there's someone that zippy. Yeah, okay, you.

Speaker 16 (27:25):
Tuck the back into your underwear so it doesn't touch
the floor. That's the key there.

Speaker 12 (27:30):

Speaker 2 (27:31):
Okay, so this isn't this isn't your first radio. You
know what's going on? All right? Question, Well you know
why it's time to jump into the world of rompers.

Speaker 14 (27:40):
Yeah, well scary, Well that was I was gonna say.
She said she she wears overalls.

Speaker 20 (27:45):
So you pee in overalls probably the same way right
as Gandhi was saying.

Speaker 2 (27:49):
Well, you can pull them down around your ankles. Yeah, yeah,
you pull the straps off and put them. Yeah, okay,
people from Brooklyn don't know overalls. I guess you have.
You have Froggy. We have questions, you know we Mine's
actually not a question. There's a gentleman here at my job.
I don't know who it is yet. I'm trying to
figure it out because we've hired some new people. But
when he goes into the stall stall like to take

care of business, he takes his shirt and pants and
brings them over.

Speaker 7 (28:13):
The top of the line.

Speaker 3 (28:15):
Guy here, who does it?

Speaker 2 (28:17):
Take your shirt off? What's going on in there? Because
I think it's a cleanliness thing. They don't. They don't
want to be touching their clothing. That's one hypothesis. And
the person that does it here is a nationally known,
syndicated superstar.

Speaker 10 (28:31):
It's not a.

Speaker 3 (28:32):
Secret he talks about all the time. I think he
wrote about it in his book. Really yeah, yeah, it's
like everybody knows he does it.

Speaker 10 (28:40):
He has no problem talking about.

Speaker 2 (28:41):
Yeah, when you walk into the stall, into the men'srum, Ashley,
what are the stall doors would be closed and there's
just clothing draped over the top.

Speaker 5 (28:50):

Speaker 2 (28:53):
Someone said, if you want to pee whilst wearing a romper.
Just cut a hole in it.

Speaker 10 (28:58):
Yeah, that'll work.

Speaker 2 (28:59):
I'm sort of slit.

Speaker 16 (29:04):
I thought maybe I could just like pull it to
the side like you do a bathing suit. But I
don't think that's gonna work.

Speaker 10 (29:09):
I mean, you can always try, but that's risky.

Speaker 7 (29:11):
Yeah, risky.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
Best to luck. I'm glad that that's the most challenging
problem you have in your life. That's pretty cool. Good
for you.

Speaker 16 (29:19):
Yeah, thank you.

Speaker 2 (29:21):
All right, I could hearing from you, Ashley. You have
a great day you and your romper.

Speaker 16 (29:25):
Thanks by way.

Speaker 11 (29:26):
Yeah, is that the most difficult article of clothing to
wear as a woman?

Speaker 7 (29:30):
No, no, no, what is.

Speaker 2 (29:32):
The most difficult article of clothing to wear as a woman?

Speaker 12 (29:35):
You mean clothing wise?

Speaker 2 (29:36):
Yeah, like, thanks man, obviously.

Speaker 3 (29:39):
Yeah, anything that like sucks and tucks and is really tight.
You spill out of that like a can of biscuits
when it gets open, and then getting back together is
a mess.

Speaker 2 (29:48):
Yeah, and thanks for guys. I had to remember they
had to cut me out of my It's not funny, y'all.
Not funny, y'all.

Speaker 12 (29:58):
It depends on how big the wedding dresses.

Speaker 4 (30:00):
You know.

Speaker 2 (30:03):
What, what frog, hopefully we have to wear that one
time though. Yeah, they repeat wear.

Speaker 12 (30:08):
Yeah, but if it's if it's heavy, you're wearing it
the whole day. That's a lot that's very heavy.

Speaker 2 (30:13):
But if you just have a wedding dress on, can't
you just pull it up?

Speaker 14 (30:16):

Speaker 12 (30:17):
You need that's what you need your bridal party to
help them come and lift it up. They come and
lift it up. Makes you're not peeing on the damn
dress for getting it in the toilet.

Speaker 3 (30:25):
There's a lot of Indian clothing like langas that are
very heavy and big.

Speaker 10 (30:28):
Same thing. You gotta gotta have a friend.

Speaker 2 (30:30):
You know what Mom always said, Danielle.

Speaker 12 (30:32):
If it don't look good, no, no, no, she said,
a lot of stuff.

Speaker 2 (30:35):
If it don't hurt it, don't look good, you've got
to My mother, beautiful, beautiful woman, God rest her soul.
But she I know she went through a painful morning
every morning to look like that. Every day. Every time
she would go out to a party which she would
dress up you, she would take hours to do it.

Speaker 10 (30:55):
She look great.

Speaker 2 (30:56):
She always look perfect. But that's why you guys always
always look great because I know he's a lot of
time on it. Maybe not today.

Speaker 10 (31:02):
The shapewear is deadly.

Speaker 3 (31:04):
I've taken some off before, and there are indents that
I'm like that will never go away.

Speaker 12 (31:08):
Oh my god, I just threw out a bunch of
shape where I looked at it and I was like, nope,
I'm not a nope. I can't even think about putting
this on anymore.

Speaker 2 (31:16):
Well, okay, by the way, my arch enemy Bev Crouch
just texted in from Unique Snacks. She sent all the
pretzel stuff up here, she says. Heyes, Bev, so glad
you received the pretzels. Please share, take some home into
your family's open all the boxes, so many different kinds,
even chocolate covered. Happy National Pretzel Day. Thanks to Bev.

No one's working. It's the radio station of inefficiency. All right,
lot's going on? Do we free money phone? We do well.
We have a free money phone tap worth a thousand
dollars On the way. Also, I do believe in less
than an hour, Matthew Hussey is coming in. Just talk
about all hussy things, his new book, yep, his new book,
and do a lipa do Aleapa is on the way.

I got ask her where I should get my tattoo,
because she she did day drinking with Seth what's his name?
And uh, you know Seth?

Speaker 10 (32:06):
Yeah, what Seth? Was it that she did it with?
Was it day drinking with Seth?

Speaker 2 (32:09):
It was day drinking.

Speaker 10 (32:10):
It was another person she was drinking.

Speaker 2 (32:12):
Was it someone else? Anyway, she was drinking and got
a tattoo? Where did she have it installed? I want
to I want to follow suit. It's time for a tattoo.

Speaker 1 (32:22):
The Brooklyn Boys Podcast.

Speaker 21 (32:25):
Oh, Joe Kanna's in the studio. He said, scary approach, veryrody.
You guys should put together reary what's all You don't
want to be scroaty?

Speaker 14 (32:34):
No, no, no.

Speaker 1 (32:37):
Listen to the Brooklyn Boys podcast on the iHeartRadio app,
Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Elvis Duran
in the Morning Show. This is Elvis Duran in the
Morning Show.

Speaker 2 (32:49):
You know what we're talking before the show this morning
about how a lot of people and sometimes us, we
get into these ruts. We just do the same thing
day and day out. Yeah, comes up. We did the
same thing we did yesterday, the same thing We're going
to do it tomorrow and then we go back to bed.
Sometimes you gotta mix it up.

Speaker 12 (33:07):

Speaker 2 (33:08):
So here's a good example of someone who mixed it up.
Her name is Megan.

Speaker 4 (33:11):

Speaker 18 (33:11):
Megan, Hey Elvis, good morning.

Speaker 2 (33:14):
Good morning, So you mixed it up. You just got
back from London. You ran the London Marathon. Congratulations.

Speaker 18 (33:21):
Yeah, thank you, thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (33:24):
So in doing so, you ran it in three hours
and thirty five minutes. You're now qualified for the Chicago
Marathon as well.

Speaker 18 (33:31):
Yes, I am so. I will be entering the Chicago
Marathon for it's for next year, for twenty twenty five.
But and I missed Boston qualifying by thirty seven seconds.

Speaker 10 (33:42):
Woah, next time.

Speaker 2 (33:44):
Yeah, Megan, you message, I know you' might be very
proud of yourself though very very seriously I am.

Speaker 18 (33:49):
I am, but let me tell you something. I owe
it all to you guys. You were my train partners.
I woke up every morning at four am and I
got on the treadmill or went out and you know,
six am, and I turned your guys on. I listened
to the replaystation Gandhi, I listened to your new podcast.
Thank you, so thank you.

Speaker 2 (34:08):
I'm glad that we could be there the entire time.
You don't. My my best friend Dana, she ran the
London Marathon. She was there with you. I don't know
what her time was, but her story is very unique.
She had an accident in Central Park in New York
City about a year ago. They were having a bicycle
something and she was run over, knocked out, woke up

in the hospital. It was a bad accident. It messed
with her back, it met messed with her head, concussions, everything,
And then she said, you know what, screw it, I'm
not going to be afraid. I'm going to get back
out in the park. I'm going to train. And she
ran the London Marathon.

Speaker 18 (34:46):
God bless her. Amazing, incredible. Yeah, so thank you guys
so much, though. I mean, I've been listening to you
since I was a little girl in the back of
the bus with a disc man.

Speaker 3 (34:56):
Oh wow.

Speaker 17 (34:58):
It's just been there for me.

Speaker 18 (34:59):
For my high my lows, and I cannot say thank
you enough. You guys really helped me with this one.

Speaker 2 (35:04):
Sounds like you have a lot of highs these days, Megan. Congratulations,
It's an honor to have you listening to us. And
when is Chicago Marathon?

Speaker 18 (35:13):
So Chicago will be I'm doing it twenty twenty five,
It's in October.

Speaker 2 (35:17):
All right?

Speaker 1 (35:17):

Speaker 2 (35:18):
Well, I would say break a leg. But that's not
for a marathon runner. I guess no, no, that's for
stage all right, Megan, thank you so much and have
a great day.

Speaker 18 (35:26):
Okay you guys, oh you too, thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (35:28):
Have a good one you too.

Speaker 12 (35:30):
I wonder where they run through London because it's so cool.
What did they go over any bridges? And of course
that's so cool.

Speaker 2 (35:36):
I'm sure they did there you go wow. I uh yeah.
When Dana sent me pictures of the day, I'm like
gosh to think about how beating up she was for
long she was so she was sad and depressed. Yeah,
and now she's going to London and running a marathon.

Speaker 7 (35:52):
Good job, Dana, exactly.

Speaker 2 (35:54):
Unbelievable. Hey, today a scream day. When's last time he
had a good scream?

Speaker 12 (36:01):
I screamed this morning in the car and the way here.

Speaker 2 (36:04):
Screamed at no, no, no, it's not screamed at day. Okay. Sorry,
Sometimes you get yesterday. Sometimes you gotta belt it out, man.

Speaker 3 (36:13):
I was telling Diamond the other day, I'm so jealous
because she can do that high pitched squeal. I cannot
do it. I never scream. It doesn't happen because my
scream is more.

Speaker 2 (36:21):
Like a diamond, is more like a shrill shriek.

Speaker 12 (36:26):
Yeah, do it, okay, hold on, but do it long.

Speaker 2 (36:32):
I mean, take a deep breath and just scream.

Speaker 22 (36:35):
Oh do it sounds like a.

Speaker 3 (36:43):
Horror movie in there, it does, and it usually is
the highest pitch screamer here is Scottie.

Speaker 2 (36:48):
Yeah, Scotti is a screamer. I have to be scared.
But he screams like Homer Simpson. Yeah, it's kind of
like a so it is National Scream Day. It sounds
kind of silly, but it has its merits. You have

this pent up anxiety in pressure, you need a healthy
way to channel it. I mean it may not be
healthy for your throat, I don't know, and we use
ours to make a living. But releasing these built up
frustrations through screaming surprisingly calming for the brain. Okay, it
may not be coming for those around you, So maybe,

as Danielle does every morning.

Speaker 12 (37:32):
I did it today in the car. Well, I did
it in the car because something wasn't working that I
was trying to do, and I was like.

Speaker 1 (37:36):
Are you freaking fired?

Speaker 7 (37:38):
And I started screaming.

Speaker 2 (37:40):
The routine for us is cry in the shower, scream
in the car exactly. Don't get those confused, right, Speaking
of saying things to yourself in the car, this has
happened to all of us where you make a phone
call on your car phone in the car, brother, and
then you think you've hung up, but you haven't, but
you start yelling at people in traffic. I've done that

many times and scary did it to Nate?

Speaker 23 (38:04):

Speaker 4 (38:04):

Speaker 2 (38:05):
The other day?

Speaker 14 (38:05):
Well, I was going to send you a message, but
I didn't realize what happened.

Speaker 20 (38:09):
My SERI was connected to card play and it heard
me talking and I was cursing out a driver because
he wouldn't get out of the way on Seventh Avenue.

Speaker 14 (38:16):
And people are just boneheads when they drive. I was
on my way home.

Speaker 20 (38:19):
Next thing, you know, all of my expletives get recorded
and then it says, would you like to send you
Nate Marino?

Speaker 14 (38:25):
And I said no, and it sent it to him.

Speaker 2 (38:29):
You hear this? Gotcha? So what exactly do you have it?
On your way?

Speaker 13 (38:34):

Speaker 2 (38:34):
Do you want a dramatic reading? Yes?

Speaker 7 (38:36):
Okay, where are you going?

Speaker 2 (38:39):
The light is green? Go come on, move the other way.
Stop it s word, come on, We're not an effing drive, dude.
I oh my god, I cannot with these people. Wait,
you said the words, oh my god, I cannot with
these people to yourself.

Speaker 14 (38:57):
That was me talking to myself outlast. This is how
I think out loud.

Speaker 2 (39:00):
You know, it's an interesting exercise. It's until you're recorded
doing that you don't really realize what you say. In
that car. I scream at people all the time. Wow,
and usually to keep it tame at the Hello lady.
That always works, and people pull out in front of you,
Hello lady. You know they don't hear you. No, It's
like it's like Froggy screaming at the football game watching TV. Yeah,

but that that works?

Speaker 12 (39:25):
Oh right, yeah for sure, Yeah they hear you.

Speaker 2 (39:27):
How are they going to know somebody's about to tackle
the I don't scream at the TV. This is true. Hey,
I I do have a big birthday coming up this year.
I found the gift if you get all chip in
it's a flame throwing robot dog.

Speaker 10 (39:40):
Oh you've been excited about this?

Speaker 2 (39:41):
Did you see the video?

Speaker 4 (39:43):

Speaker 2 (39:43):
Did you see the video? It's a robot dog, so
it's kind of creepyer. The legs go whatever, but as
a flamethrower connected to its head, and it will it'll
throw flames like up to thirty feet. Because they're not
saying they want you to be destructive with it. You
can do things like clearing weeds and ice and snow removal.

Speaker 3 (40:03):
Right, they said they do not recommend it as a
guard dog type of thing. Oh yeah, one shoots flames
from its head. The other one shoots it from its butt.

Speaker 2 (40:10):
Oh, oh my god, one, I beg your pardon.

Speaker 12 (40:14):
How much does it cause? We can all chip in
for your bird?

Speaker 2 (40:16):
A little less than ten grand?

Speaker 7 (40:17):
Oh okay, oh that's it.

Speaker 2 (40:20):
Then it's called the thermonator. Oh, it's from a company
called Throw Flame.

Speaker 12 (40:26):
Well maybe if throw Flame here's you and they're listening,
throw us a.

Speaker 7 (40:31):
Little, don't.

Speaker 2 (40:31):
Okay, you can see us like allth we can get
all trashed. Oh and like taking that thing.

Speaker 10 (40:36):
For a walk, what could possibly go wrong?

Speaker 2 (40:39):
Look at that squirrel? Oh what happened to that squirrel?

Speaker 3 (40:42):
Elvis with a flamethrower when he was hammered? Oh my god,
scure'll get.

Speaker 2 (40:46):
It if you do look up the video, it's great.
Look at a thermometer. No, no thermonator or by throw flame.

Speaker 3 (40:55):
Yeah, and this is supposed to also be really you can.
You can operate it from your phone, right, or at
least you can send it out to do your dirty business.

Speaker 10 (41:04):
Wow, this is going to be terrible.

Speaker 2 (41:06):
I don't know it longer. This is going to last.
I would say, get them now. There's nothing better than
a robotic flamethrow and pooch. Anyway, let's see, it's scream day.
I'm going to get a wait, wait, hold on, they
have one that shoots flames out of its butt. Yeah,
I didn't see that one comes.

Speaker 3 (41:24):
Out the back, which I can't figure out why you
would ever want to shoot flames backward?

Speaker 10 (41:28):
Yeah, to work.

Speaker 24 (41:29):
You'd like dogs walking away and all of a sudden
you think everything's done, and all of a sudden he
shoots fire out of his rear, and that you.

Speaker 2 (41:35):
And also it's a good way to get other dogs
to stop mounting dogs. If a dog mounts your.

Speaker 12 (41:40):
Dog, I think you're going to get more done though,
with it on its head than the butt.

Speaker 2 (41:47):
You thought this through.

Speaker 12 (41:48):
I'm really sitting here contemplating.

Speaker 2 (41:50):
I want I want dual actions. Yeah, I want flames
coming out the head and the butt.

Speaker 12 (41:56):
That's twenty thousand dollars.

Speaker 2 (41:58):
I would happily pay it. All right, coming up next
your one thousand dollars Conair girl Bomb free money phone tap.
But until then we get into the three things from Gandhi.
What's up? Gandhi?

Speaker 1 (42:06):
All right?

Speaker 3 (42:07):
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been talking about how crazy tipping culture has become, and
we are not the only ones feeling it. The average
American says that tipflation is way too much, and on average,
we're tipping about five hundred dollars a year more than
we want to.

Speaker 12 (42:43):

Speaker 3 (42:44):
So that is not tips at restaurants and things we
would typically expect. This number includes times that we get
ambushed by the iPad, turn it around and you're like.

Speaker 10 (42:51):
Ah, what do I do?

Speaker 3 (42:52):
Five hundred dollars a year. Respondents tipped more than they
would want to six times in the last month. More
than half stay pressure to leave bigger tips is a
regular occurrence, and twenty six percent feel that they are
always or often forced to tip more than they'd like to.

Speaker 12 (43:06):
Because when they turn that thing around the iPad and
they're standing right there looking at you, you feel like
a you know, a jackass if you don't give something.

Speaker 3 (43:13):
Good absolutely, and it's like, oh, okay, it's just a dollar, fine, okay,
two dollars whatever, and then at the end of the year, five.

Speaker 2 (43:19):
Hundred dollars it adds up.

Speaker 3 (43:20):
Yeah, And finally, Grinder users are suing the app for
allegedly selling sensitive information like HIV status without their consent.
The suit that was filed in the UK claims the
dating app, targeted towards gay and bisexual men, disclosed information
about help and sex lives of users to advertisers without
them knowing. So this is going to become a big

deal and we'll see if it happened here as well.

Speaker 10 (43:43):
This is starting in the US.

Speaker 2 (43:44):
Very your HIV status.

Speaker 10 (43:47):
And those are your three things.

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Speaker 2 (44:15):
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Speaker 12 (44:20):
You need to take your visit line out for this.

Speaker 2 (44:21):
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Speaker 10 (44:23):
Oh no, I can't do it.

Speaker 3 (44:24):
I'm gonna go rummage around for a bowl and take
it home, rip it out.

Speaker 12 (44:27):
Oh my gosh.

Speaker 2 (44:28):
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I'm gonna eat healthy today, y'all have the call of flowers.

Speaker 12 (45:04):
And wait, what is this little hollopeno?

Speaker 2 (45:06):
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Carolyn said, all right, I'll take care of the exterminator,
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Speaker 25 (47:53):
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Please, if we can do anything.

Speaker 2 (48:08):
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Speaker 4 (48:29):
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there's no possibility she could eat or bathe or sleep.
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I'm begging.

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Almost. I don't want to live in a wife and
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Speaker 25 (49:04):
All right, let's just hope for the best that the
mother does not give birth tonight or else would be
in a whole situation.

Speaker 4 (49:09):
I'm not going. We're not going to sleep in the
house like that.

Speaker 2 (49:14):
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Speaker 4 (49:17):
He is so unbelievably scared right here.

Speaker 2 (49:20):
You're You're not the one that's scared, right.

Speaker 16 (49:22):
No, he's such a baby about this.

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you do all the talk and I'll just sit back,
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He said he's not gonna be able to finish the job.
And our house is filled with pregnant rats.

Speaker 8 (49:42):
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be back.

Speaker 4 (49:44):
It doesn't that are going to be back. He said,
he good back in the morning. I wanted to be
back in two minutes. Out of the van inside and
cleaning out at home. He's going to be back tomorrow.

Speaker 18 (49:53):
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Speaker 4 (49:54):
We can is a big deal.

Speaker 2 (49:58):
Ten pregnant rats.

Speaker 4 (49:58):
We go back in tomorre to be what are you
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It's gonna be okay.

Speaker 4 (50:04):
I mean okay, it's not okay right now? Do you
understand besides the mice, that we have a private rot
in my house? I want it out. I wanted out
to Did you just say, oh, I'm not gonna kill
the mom. You're gonna kill a mom to be. I'm
gonna kill a mom. I'm gonna kill a dad, I'm
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We got Please, I'm at work. I can't be acting
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gonna have a stroke. My eyes about to shoot out
of my head. Please make a phone call. Tell him
where the money is?

Speaker 8 (50:34):
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Speaker 4 (50:36):
You remember the night Maries when we first started dating.
I break up and say it pouring in through the windows.
Do you remember me standing up on the bedly cold,
slim talking about the rats party harmless?

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Speaker 2 (52:55):
Or we may just talk to Matthew Hussey. Oh I
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Speaker 2 (53:00):
Here's a new book. We love Matthew. He's coming up the.

Speaker 1 (53:02):
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Hi from the Mercedes Benz Interview Lounge.

Speaker 2 (53:59):
When is it not a great time to have Matthew
Hussey pay us a visit? I hope not today. Hi Matthew, Hello, welcome, Hello,
I did go. I went immediately to Cuckney. Then don't
make me bring Andrew in here. You know when Andrew
does is Matthew Hussey impersonation. It can't be called a
Matthew Hussey impersonation. It's some sort of strange Dick Van Dyke,

Mary Poppins, Chimney sweet things.

Speaker 5 (54:25):
It's not good. I can't believe any of you think
it's good.

Speaker 22 (54:28):
It is.

Speaker 2 (54:29):
It's good. It's a caricature of your voice. It's not
your voice. That enough of that. You have a book. Okay,
I think today is day day two. The book is out.

Speaker 5 (54:37):
Correct, the book is officially out. Yeah, it was out yesterday,
so people can order it now.

Speaker 2 (54:42):
Congratulations, Then congratulations and you know what, and it's too
early because it's only a day in. But when they
put that gold New York Times Bestseller emblem on the front.

Speaker 5 (54:51):
Don't jinx it.

Speaker 2 (54:52):
No, no, it's gonna happen. It's going to happen thanks
to the power of this show.

Speaker 1 (54:58):
Is it audible?

Speaker 2 (54:59):
And do you you do the voiceover?

Speaker 12 (55:02):

Speaker 5 (55:03):
No, Andrew does. Andrew narrated the entire audiop and.

Speaker 2 (55:11):
Let's see how that would sound. I need some love
music in the background. And then then we got to
talk about the book, what it's all about it because
I have thoughts here and Andrew, everyone all right, okay,
here grab, grab the book. Do you have any love music? Okay? Okay,

good morning, Okay, this is not Matthew Hussey. This is
an impersonator. Andrew. Good morning, Andrew, Good morning everyone.

Speaker 16 (55:38):
How are you?

Speaker 4 (55:39):

Speaker 23 (55:40):
Apparently I sound like Dick van Dyke or you know,
Mary Poppins is something, but all right.

Speaker 2 (55:45):
Read a passage from your book, Matthew.

Speaker 4 (55:46):
All right.

Speaker 23 (55:47):
This one's from the chapter about red flags, treating people
badly when they don't think you're looking. This red flag
occurs when someone who's trying to impress you, seduce you,
sleep with you, or make you fall in love.

Speaker 2 (56:01):
With the person's a selective version of who they are.

Speaker 23 (56:04):
Bad actors do this, sure, but so does everyone on
the best behavior.

Speaker 15 (56:09):
There you go.

Speaker 1 (56:10):
It's pretty good.

Speaker 2 (56:13):
I think I'd rather hear his version than your give
me my book, you got too many?

Speaker 5 (56:19):
That sounded like David Attenborough.

Speaker 2 (56:26):
About thank you, Andrew, don't go too far. Winding a
book is an interesting journey, is it not? Oh my god?
So I know you You turned in your first your
first draft to the publisher and they looked at you
and said this is crap. They didn't say it was crap.

Speaker 5 (56:45):
At I got an email back from my publisher who
I loved dearly and I worked on her with her.
I worked with her on my first book and it
was all great. And I sent her this email with
chapters like first chapters of this book. This was back
in I must have been twenty eighteen nineteen, and I
said to her, here it is like I was like

just so excited. I was like, just wait till you
see this floating above the trees. And she took a
needle up and popped it.

Speaker 4 (57:14):
She said.

Speaker 5 (57:15):
The first sentence she said, was I really wanted to
like this.

Speaker 7 (57:19):
Oh it was the first my feeling.

Speaker 5 (57:22):
It was brutal. And she said, it's so angry. Well,
she said, your tone here is so angry.

Speaker 2 (57:30):
Were you angry at the time, yes, okay, so you
know what, But you know the thing is that you
recognized that you were in a dark space at that time,
and the book came out dark. That means you were
honestly writing that book. I really was.

Speaker 5 (57:42):
Yeah, I was going I'd been going through for like
five to God, at that point, five or six years
of my life. I'd been going through real like physical
chronic pain in my head and my ear. I had
tenatus ringing in my ears NonStop. I still have that,
but I had like pain in my ear in my head.
That for anyone who goes through physical chronic you know,
at a certain point it starts to kind of you

can get quite bitter with it because you just start
to it takes you out of your life.

Speaker 2 (58:07):
So let's turn it around. Then, let's talk about how
your journey then turned into one that gave us this book,
which will be bestseller before you know it. I guarantee you.
I was skimming through, picked up a few things here
and there, and it was true, Matthew Hussey, it was you.
It sounds so good, it feels warm, it has texture,
it has taste. Even if you were blind, you would

see a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful work of art here. You
did a great job.

Speaker 5 (58:33):
Thank you so so much. It means the world to
me coming from you. I've been doing this show for
ten years of my life at this point, which is
crazy to me.

Speaker 4 (58:41):

Speaker 5 (58:42):
I first came on the show when I was talking
about my first book, and so much has happened since then.
And also so much has happened I feel like in
dating culture and the way people struggle to find love,
you know everyone wants to find love. That desire to
fight and someone is universal. A lot of people don't

want to date, but they want to find love. And
it's hard for so many people out there. Right now,
I know there'll be so many people listening who are
so scared that is never going to happen for them,
or up so sad that it hasn't worked out the
way they thought it would by this point in their life.
And what happens when that happens for long enough is
we have this fear and anxiety that it's never going

to happen. And when an internal culture of fear and
anxiety meets an external dating culture of people giving as
little as they can and taking as much as they can,
that creates a recipe for us lowering our standards and
accepting less than we're worth. And that's what this book
is about.

Speaker 2 (59:46):
Dating is frightening. It can be if you learn it,
and you become your worst enemy. Let's talk about it.
It's about relationships, right. We have relationships not only with people,
but with ourselves. We have relationships with money and food
and bosses and careers and an eft up world. Learning
how to figure out how to master all these relationships
makes you, makes you stronger, then therefore your relationship with

a person will have a better chance of succeeding.

Speaker 5 (01:00:10):
It's so true. I think we're in three relationships our
entire life. One is our relationship with other people, the
second is our relationship with ourselves, and the third is
our relationship with life itself. And I agree with you
one hundred percent. If those other two relationships with life
and with ourselves aren't great, it's going to impact everything.
Because one of the reasons we don't have high standards

is because we don't respect ourselves, we don't love ourselves,
and then we go to someone else. And if we
do have standards, they're almost like fake standards. They're like tactics.
If I play hard to get, this person will come
to me. But when a tactic doesn't work, we just
change tactic or hard to get didn't work, now, let

me text them. But when it's a standard, you don't
change because you don't get the result you want. Like
there was a time when I'm my wife, Audrey is
in the room right now, and hi Adre, Hi Adrey, Hello,
thanks for being here. There was a there was a
moment where when we were dating. I was the one

who was like doing the classic kind of fading a
little bit. We were playing, not even game playing, we
were dating. We weren't like in a relationship. At that point.
She was living in London. I flew back to la
and I was like, I can't The long distance thing
didn't appeal to me. And she hadn't heard from me
for you know, a couple of weeks at that point,

and even before that, my texts and stuff had started
to become more sporadic. And I did the class I
look back on this now and I cringe, But I
did the thing where I sent a message and said
I miss you. And this was after like a couple
of weeks of no contact, and she sent me the
ultimate standards message back. Most people in that situation, if

they've got someone they like, we'll get excited or they'll
be like, oh, I'm just glad they texted me. How
did she respond? She said, Hey, I hope you're well
to be honest when you say this. I'm not really
sure what to say. We haven't felt that close for
a while, and rightly or wrongly, this text comes off

as a bid for attention.

Speaker 2 (01:02:24):
Wow, Okay, I got goose, I got goose for you.
That is called just I have nothing to lose. I
just I'm going to be honest here.

Speaker 12 (01:02:33):
And so text would have said, bleep, you ask you
know what?

Speaker 4 (01:02:37):

Speaker 2 (01:02:38):
Do it fair too, which is basically the same thing.

Speaker 10 (01:02:41):
So your other girls stopped talking to you. So now
you came back to yeah exactly, But could.

Speaker 2 (01:02:45):
The could you're stumbling block in our our potholes as
well as we call them, be that we're out of
another relationship and we didn't learn from it. Yeah, And
you know, this is why a lot of people, your
friends will say to you, you keep repeating, you keep
dating the same idiots over and over. We're not learning
from the relationships that fail. That failing relationship could be

the answer to the right relationship on the way right.

Speaker 5 (01:03:12):
Yeah, And I don't think a lot of us ever
take enough time to really figure that out, or even
just enough space for our nervous system to calm down
from that last relationship. Because we come out of these
relationships and they are very familiar to us. We're used
to a certain kind of toxicity, or we're used to
a certain kind of chaos, certain kind of push. Paul

I had a woman I write about this woman in
the book, and the book is called love Life. For
anyone who wants to know this woman, I coached her
and she is. She said to me, I was with
a guy for two years. It was really hard. I
never really felt safe. I was constantly kind of chasing him,
but I had this amazing chemistry with him. And now

I'm out there dating again, and I feel like I
don't have that feeling with the people who want me.
She said, what I do, How can I find that
same feeling with someone who wants me? And I had
to point out that the feeling she felt in the
last relationship was actually an unnatural feeling to begin with.
What she was calling chemistry was really constant, never ending anxiety.

And the truth is that feeling we have when we
chase someone in early dating that creates all of that excitement,
it never ends. If you're in a relationship where you
still feel like you're chasing the person, where you feel
like you're never really safe, you're never really secure. It's
like the frenetic anxiety of early dating never ends. And
then when that person inevitably leaves us or betrays us,

or cheats or doesn't want to want us anymore. We
go looking for that feeling again, and you're not going
to have that same feeling with someone who actually turns
to meet you and starts asking you questions about yourself
because they're genuinely interested in you and you feel safe with.

Speaker 12 (01:04:56):
But don't some people just like the chase, like that's
what they love, like get in the person, and when
they get the person, they get bored.

Speaker 2 (01:05:02):
Or don't you get tired of chasing?

Speaker 12 (01:05:04):
Maybe some people don't.

Speaker 1 (01:05:05):
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (01:05:05):
You think so, well, that's the thing you have to
decide what to value in life, because there are certain
feelings that if you value them, there are certain highs
that if you value them above all else, you'll spend
a life chasing those highs. And that's okay, but there
are consequences to that, and most of us don't want
those consequences. At a certain point, we realize, oh, this

isn't working for me anymore. So I don't think there's
it's no judgment for people who are in that phase
of their life, and most people have been through that
phase of their life in one way or another. But
at a certain point, I think we have to look
at it and go is this making me happy? Like
I do I feel a sense of calm or peace?
Or am I constantly on edge?

Speaker 4 (01:05:47):

Speaker 2 (01:05:47):
Okay, okay, stop right there, repeat what you just said.
I think this is important. You're in the chase with
this individual, You're having a relationship with you. You know
that you have the craziness, the late nights of being
worried and not feeling settled. You forget about checking in
with yourself. It is what you just said. Say it again,

am I Is this actually making me happy? Or am
I just constantly trying to get this person without paying
attention to how I actually feel? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (01:06:20):
So on that note, somebody once said to me that
the common denominator and every failed relationship that someone will have,
specifically me, is me. I'm the person that's constant in
all of these different things. So if I'm not learning
something from every failed relationship, because of course we want
to look at the other person and be like, well,
this is what they did wrong. You're never going to
change the other person. You can only change yourself. But

how do you nicely say that to your friends who
keep going down this path and saying everybody's crazy, everyone
is making the wrong choice. I just always end up
with a crazy person.

Speaker 5 (01:06:51):
Yeah, that's a look. They're not. They may not be
wrong for the behaviors they're pointing out in someone else,
but we have to ask ourselves, why is it I
keep going for people like this?

Speaker 2 (01:07:05):
Why is it?

Speaker 5 (01:07:06):
You know, if we keep complaining about a partner who
is making us miserable or never there or constantly disrespecting us,
and we hear ourselves for the one thousandth time telling
the same story about this person, it doesn't mean we're
wrong about this person, But why am I telling the
story for the one thousandth time? What's going on with me?

Speaker 16 (01:07:32):
At you?

Speaker 12 (01:07:33):
I think the same person's name.

Speaker 5 (01:07:37):
It's understanding that you're there's something going on with me
that I prefer complaining about this person than the alternative,
which is to leave or to find something better for myself.
And why is it I'm uncomfortable with something better?

Speaker 2 (01:07:53):
These are your questions you should be asking yourself, and
don't be afraid to answer them. You may not get
the answer immediately, but you have to at least start
on your journey to figure it out. By the way,
this is Matthew Hussey. Love Life is the name of
his book that came out yesterday how to raise your standards,
find your person, and live happily no matter what.

Speaker 3 (01:08:13):
So you have a whole lot to say about red flags,
which Andrew just read in his impressive points of view.
Do you think that red flags have become a little
more serious now that everybody has all of these options
than they used to be, because every one of us
has a red flag at some point. At what point
do you say that's just a little character flaweds not
that serious, versus oh, this is awful.

Speaker 10 (01:08:33):
I'm out.

Speaker 5 (01:08:35):
That's a great question. There's there's serious red flags. Like
someone's words never match their actions. They can't apologize, I
never apologize. That's a big one.

Speaker 12 (01:08:46):
They killed that.

Speaker 1 (01:08:51):
Move on.

Speaker 10 (01:08:53):
It depends what they did.

Speaker 5 (01:08:54):
That happened in a moment of passion. Uh, all the
tree crime that's around. There's more famous people that killed
their ex than ever. So it's you know, someone who
continuously breaks promises. You know, there's there's big ones, but
then there's just the everyday stuff that you know, someone

got a little bit jealous, or someone you know got scared,
or someone was texted you a little too much, or
like it's there are these things that we write each
other off for really easily, and I think, I don't know.
The more I kind of worked on myself and the
more I got humbled by life in my own life,
the more I became I had to learn to accept

all these flaws in myself. I had to learn to
accept all these parts of me that someone else had
to work with me on and deal with. And once
I became more compassionate towards the flaws in myself, it
had the effect for me at least of making me
more compassionate for those flaws in others. When I think
about the times in my life where I judged other

people the most, it was usually when I was judging
myself the most.

Speaker 2 (01:10:03):
You're with someone and you realize that they're not flawed,
but they are still on their path to try to
figure themselves out, which may never happen in their lifetime, right,
but you love them. You see there's something in there
that is just so fabulously fantastic. But you just know
that they were they will always be that person who's

going to cause turmoil. It's gonna it's gonna rear its
ugly ahead from time to time. Where do where do
you draw the line where do you say, Okay, I
can't live my life like this anymore. But at the
same time you risk losing that wonderful person that shares
that same body.

Speaker 5 (01:10:39):
Love isn't enough. I mean, that's just the truth. We
want to think love is enough, but it actually isn't.

Speaker 4 (01:10:47):

Speaker 5 (01:10:47):
You need compatibility in the way that you want to
live life. You need compatibility in the future that you
want to have together. You need someone who is capable
of me in your core needs, not every single one
of the needs you could ever have, but your core needs.
And if being with this person is fundamentally incompatible with
a life of peace and happiness for you, the idea

that staying with them is one day going to make
you happy is science fiction. The idea that they're gonna
change is science fiction. Consider for a moment how hard
it is for us to change anything. Like you wake
up New Year's Day, you have all these things you'd
like to do this year.

Speaker 2 (01:11:26):
We all do.

Speaker 5 (01:11:27):
We make a few resolutions. Just think for a moment.
You made those resolutions because you were motivated, because you
wanted that change to happen, because you really were.

Speaker 2 (01:11:36):
Serious about it.

Speaker 5 (01:11:38):
Then consider how hard it was to actually stick to
those resolutions and you wanted to. So now take a
person who doesn't even want to take a person who's
not even chosen it as their resolution. What they want
is just to get you off their back. That is
not someone who's intrinsically motivated, and is really hard even

when you're intrinsically motivated. So the idea that this person
is going to change is a fantasy. And especially by
the way, if the change you want is like it
would mean essentially a personality transplant for them. Most of
us change like five ten percent. And that's, by the way,
that's beautiful, that's not pessimistic. Five ten percent will change

the whole trajectory of your life. But when we change,
we do not get a personality transplant. If for you
to be happy in fundamental ways, they would need a
personality transplant. You must must assume it will never happen,
And when you leave that person or decide to cut
them off, it will hurt, and that hurt will trick

you into thinking you have made the wrong decision, because
when something hurts really badly, it feels like it must
be wrong. But just because it hurts, it doesn't mean
it was the wrong decision. Some of the greatest hurt
is over some of the best decisions in our life.
So therefore, everyone listening to this show right now in
a relationship, end it. No, just pull the plug, go

to that pain.

Speaker 2 (01:13:08):
You know. One of my favorite things, Matthew, that you
you've said in the past, and you've said it several times,
is the most dangerous moment is when you decide and
you feel like you really like someone, when you find
that person who you really connect with, and you're like, Okay,
where do we go with this? That's a you use
the word dangerous, actually a dangerous moment? What does that mean?

Speaker 5 (01:13:30):
It's I talk about this in the book is the
four Levels of the Bullets Love Life. The book Love Life,
which by the way, if you want to copy, you
can go to lovelifebook dot com.

Speaker 2 (01:13:39):
Well can I go to the other places too?

Speaker 5 (01:13:40):
You can also go to Amazon, Bonds and Noble. We
make more percentage if I go to your website. No,
we actually have some freebies that were giving away on
that website, so that don't give away freebie you always
hate when I give away.

Speaker 12 (01:13:51):
And tawdry sweatshirts that you have are those freebies? They're cute.

Speaker 5 (01:13:54):
They're part of the Everyone who buys a book is
entered into a giveaway for the God.

Speaker 2 (01:13:59):
Yeah, can we enter away?

Speaker 5 (01:14:01):
You can register at lovelifebook dot com.

Speaker 2 (01:14:03):
Okay, okay, So the moment that is most dangerous is
when you meet them and decide, oh, my god, I
really really have a feeling this is something.

Speaker 5 (01:14:13):
Yeah, because that's mutual attraction feels hard to find, right
we especially when we're single and we're we really want
to find love. When we find someone who we're attracted to, firstly,
that feels rare. Then if they like us back who
it feels like the Holy Grail. It feels like this
is it and we want to give everything to it.

But the problem is there's two levels beyond that. There's
commitment and there's compatibility. And if we don't have those,
we have this amazing connection, but to what end? We
have to slow ourselves down when we decide something is
that important. It doesn't mean you have to ignore your feelings.
It means you have to check your feelings and go, Okay,

I've been on an amazing date with someone. It was great,
it felt incredible, But right now I am not seeing
this person's character. I am seeing their impact on me,
and there is a huge difference. And by the way,
not to be too kind of, you know, fear mongering
on this side of the spectrum, but some of the
worst people, some of the biggest narcissists, are the greatest

at creating the biggest impact on you when you're more
hot narcissies, Well, how long.

Speaker 12 (01:15:28):
Do you think it takes for you to find out
the real person? Because, like you said, you put your
best foot forward in the beginning.

Speaker 5 (01:15:34):
I think you have to see them in multiple contexts,
have different experiences with them, and start to see them
over time because character is consistent. Impact can be momentary,
but character is consistent. And in order to measure consistency
you have to have you have to be seeing this
person regularly. You have to see how much do they

invest three weeks from now, And if, by the way,
the answer is well, we had an amazing too, but
I haven't heard from them for two weeks, then you're
learning exactly how much they're investing three weeks in exactly.
He's really looked to Audrey when he said.

Speaker 2 (01:16:11):
That, obviously we know where you got that chapter from.

Speaker 3 (01:16:19):
I think you got to stress people out immediately and early,
so that you can see how they handle conflicts, because
that's something that you don't see for a really long time,
and that can be a huge deal between people.

Speaker 5 (01:16:27):
I do think I'm not sure about the proactively stressing
the mass.

Speaker 10 (01:16:31):
Yes, proactively.

Speaker 5 (01:16:33):
I think going through things together is a good thing.
Like going through hard times is one of the greatest
measures of any relationship. And that doesn't mean you should
necessarily engineer hard times. But what it does mean is
that if you haven't been through any hard times with anyone,
be careful about saying that this is it, this is

the person.

Speaker 12 (01:16:54):
You have no idea the reactor.

Speaker 2 (01:16:57):
Yeah, how they treat their parents, how they treat a
server at a restaurant, how they There's all those little things,
and you're like, I get that immediately. By the way,
I'm gonna take one call. Do we have to take
a break? But there's more unless you gotta go what
you're timing?

Speaker 5 (01:17:13):
No, I'm so happy.

Speaker 12 (01:17:15):
Is having life here?

Speaker 7 (01:17:17):
Hello Aaron, Hi, good morning.

Speaker 2 (01:17:20):
You just ordered Love Life starring Matthew Husban I did.
I did, And so you're actually calling to say thank
you for calling me out on my shenanigans. What does
that mean, what does that mean in your mind?

Speaker 1 (01:17:32):
I don't know.

Speaker 17 (01:17:32):
I guess I've never really thought about it, you know,
like I just have always assumed like I found crappy
people in life, and like I just have learned to
deal with it. But that's like when he said, you know,
like why are we choosing to deal with it? Like
what is it in us that makes this And the
fact that maybe it's not like real, real love, it's
just like an attraction thing that to me, I think
it goes back to like childhood, like there was never

like real affection or emotion or things like that. So
to me, like I find those people that need you
worked on starn and cured, and I think I'm the
solution and I'm not. I'm not the solution and it's
too much work.

Speaker 5 (01:18:07):
I had a friend, Aaron, who was with a guy
that treated her awfully and she was with him for
a while and then when she found a new relationship
after that one that really hurt her, she found this
amazing guy lovely treated her well and it was a
really healthy relationship in the beginning, and her mom asked

her one day, you know, how's it going, and she said,
it's so weird, mum, he's so nice to me and
her mom. Her mum looked at her and said, that's
how it's supposed to be. And so, Aaron, what I
want to say to you is that other behavior that
deep down you might really need, that safety, that person

who really sees you, that person who really shows up
for you, that person who's consistent. That might present as
really unfamiliar when you first get it from someone. And
when something's that unfamiliar, it's a bit uncomfortable. It's weird.
It can even be boring, airing. It can feel kind
of boring, like this isn't the chaos I'm used to.

But that doesn't mean it's wrong. It just means it's
not what I'm used to. And it might take me
a little bit to acclimatize to something that's more healthy,
especially if I've never had it.

Speaker 17 (01:19:25):
I want boring in my life.

Speaker 2 (01:19:28):
Boring is actually exciting sometimes, like my dad, doing nothing
is doing something. And so if I if I can
have just relax night with you with no arguing, I'm
totally fine with it. Totally fine with it. A quick
question from Frog and we've got to take a break.
What's up, Frog?

Speaker 24 (01:19:44):
I always say that you I would rather do the
most mundane, boring thing with the most wonderful person that
I enjoy spending time with, been doing the most magical,
wonderful thing with the wrong person, because it ruins that
experience because it's with the wrong person.

Speaker 5 (01:20:00):
Good And I would say, you guys have my heart
through the roof. It's why we have to be really
careful if we look at our dating life with someone
early on and we just keep doing all of these
kind of shiny, exciting things, because those can actually mask
how little connection we have with someone. You know, the
person you can fold laundry with and you're having the

best time because you're just talking and lost in this
amazing conversation. That's that's fantastic. The person you have to
keep going on fancy dates with and it comes back
and you're just like, oh my god, there's so much here.
It's like, well, it might just be that the food
at that restaurant was amazing, it might be that you
went to an amazing show. It might it might not
be anything to do with the connection you're having with

that person. It's the experiences that this is providing erin.

Speaker 2 (01:20:46):
Thank you so much for your call. And by the way, erin,
she said that the classic thing that we hear all
the time, Oh my god, you're hitting home with me. Now,
we're hitting home with a lot of people because what
you're experiencing is what all of us experience. So yeah,
this is okay. Matthew Hussey a little more in a second.

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This book is called love Life or it could you
love life? You can say it, by the way, because
I get it. I get it. Oh, it means many things,
love life and love life. I love life. People commenting Matthew,
Oh my god, that's such an amazing show. Much needed
topic on relationships. Thank you for this conversation. For Matthew,
this is all great, but what about when you're twenty

years into a relationship. Should you still expect to have
great conversations while you're folding laundry? What if you start
to need those amazing restaurants and experiences to generate new conversations.
Does this mean love is no longer enough? Should turn
your microphone on? Yes, sir.

Speaker 5 (01:22:27):
In any long term relationship, newness is important. So I
think the balance can shift there where you're like, are
we bringing newness into our relationship?

Speaker 2 (01:22:35):
I've had a third party bring a third person in.
Who's with me?

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A lot of people have been commenting about how they
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Love Life, Matthew Hussey. Another call will Angela Lane twenty
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Hey Angela, what's going on?

Speaker 26 (01:23:11):
I had a question as far as like dating having
dated a narcissus, Like, how what's the best way to
know what you like? Dating a narcissis and how to
get what's the best way to break away from them
because they can see very kind of ditive.

Speaker 5 (01:23:25):
I think the truth is it's look. I think one
of the traps we get stuck in Angela is trying
to diagnose someone when we're not an expert and you
don't need to diagnose someone. What you need to check
in with is your actual experience. Am I happy? Are
my needs getting met? Or am I consistent? Or am
I trying to figure out if this person is a

diagnosable narcissist, which is what you're doing. And if that's
the case, you have to say, how did I get here?
What's going on that I'm even asking these questions? And
how long has it been going on for? How many
times have I cried? How many times have I tried
to change and nothing has changed? And then what you
have to do is go into a place of acceptance
that this person, if they haven't changed so far, why

would I think they're going to change now? And if
I have to leave, the hardest thing to do is
to be the one who lights the fuse that blows
up your own life. That is really, really hard, but
you have to accept that if you stay you'll never
be happy, and if you leave, there will be an
initial mess. There will be especially if this is a
difficult person, they're probably not going to make your life easy.

Instead of hoping that won't happen except that it might,
accept that it's coming and surrender to the fact that
on the other side of that mess is a far
greater degree of peace and happiness than you have experienced
in a long, long time, and that it's worth going
through that mess to get to that.

Speaker 2 (01:24:48):
Injel, enjoy the mess, Angela. I know easy for us
to say, but can you imagine actually going Okay, I
know that if I go through this mess, it's going
to be a mess, but I'm going to be so
much stronger out of that mess. Then okay, let's get messy,
all right, Angela, thank you so much before you leave.

I want to the last chapter in your book, love Life,
which is available at lovelife book dot com, is happy enough. Wow.
Those two words are pretty powerful because a lot of
people are like, you know, I don't know if I've
found happiness quite yet. I don't know what it is.
Am I happy? I don't am I I don't know?

And you really kind of address that in this chapter
and it really makes you makes me kind of calm
in a way.

Speaker 5 (01:25:35):
Yeah, because I think we always talk about I cringe
a little when I hear people say you have to
be happy in whole before you ever meet someone, And
I'm like, how many married people do you know that
we're happy in whole before they met someone? Like it's
we all come to a relationship with stuff, we all
have baggage, we all have wounds that we're still trying
to heal. And by the way, that we have to

stop pathologizing people who feel lonely because they haven't found
someone and feel sad that it hasn't happened yet. Those
are normal feelings to feel. We all have the longing
for love. So instead of aiming for happy, which I
think is intimidating and makes us feel inadequate for not
being able to get there, happy Enough says if my

life stayed the way it is today, I'd actually be okay.
Maybe I can even admit that if I found someone
it would be even better.

Speaker 2 (01:26:25):
I can admit that.

Speaker 5 (01:26:26):
But you know what, I'm happy enough to hold I'm
happy enough to say no to the wrong thing when
it comes along. I'm happy enough that when the right
thing comes along, I don't change and act like someone
who can't lose it, because I'll die if I lose
this person that's so right for me. Happy enough is
a superpower. It is not settling. It is this strong

foundation from which to take risks, show your magic again,
and actually get out there. You can take big risks
when you know you can go home to yourself and
still be okay.

Speaker 2 (01:27:00):
That I love that. That was something every one of
us needed to hear.

Speaker 9 (01:27:04):
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Speaker 2 (01:27:05):
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right every once in a while that that pearl of
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Speaker 13 (01:29:05):
So I was embarrassed in my own home yesterday and
I felt so apologetic.

Speaker 10 (01:29:09):
And it wasn't even my fault.

Speaker 13 (01:29:10):
So I'm sitting on the couch without pants because I'm
alone and do my and the door opens up and
I turn around and it is my dog walker.

Speaker 10 (01:29:17):
He got the dates wrong when.

Speaker 13 (01:29:19):
He's supposed to come and walk my dog, so he
just let himself into my apartment and there I am, again,
thankfully with my little couch blanket.

Speaker 22 (01:29:26):
But my neighbors just heard ash and the poor guy
also screamed because he was taken aback. And yeah, it
turns out he wrote the wrong date down. But that
was one of the most humiliating moments of my adult life.

Speaker 2 (01:29:39):
My fault. You had a blanket over your part.

Speaker 13 (01:29:41):
Yeah, but you're not really expecting people when you're not
wearing pants, no matter what's all So.

Speaker 10 (01:29:46):
On you Are you wearing under her were but holding
your blanket? No, we don't but hole, okay, no.

Speaker 2 (01:29:50):
No, Froggy, what's up with you today?

Speaker 24 (01:29:55):
So starting back in February, so friend of ours challenged
me to do push ups with them how many I
can do? And when I started off, I could only
do about twenty at a time and then I would
be done. Today I crossed the sixty threshold. Go for you, Frog,
I can do sixty at once now. And it's proof
that if you just start small, do a little bit

at a time, you will reach a goal.

Speaker 2 (01:30:18):
And you just skept to keep going.

Speaker 24 (01:30:19):
So keep going, very very I can't believe I can
actually do sixty because twenty was a big deal at first.

Speaker 2 (01:30:24):
But yep, so you can do it. Well, you're a
big deal. Congratulations. I wouldn't go that far, but yes,
thanks absolutely, Hello, Danielle.

Speaker 12 (01:30:30):
I am amazed at how alike so many of us are.
Like this morning, Sam was telling me I'm going back
to you and your button underwear. But oh Sam this
morning was telling me she forgot underwear in her room.
And she's like me because she has another half in
the house. She puts her clothes out every night so
that you don't have to bother your other half. But
she forgot underwear. This happens to me all the time,

where I have to sneak upstairs to the room, put
my flashlight on so I don't wake up Sheldon go
and find underwear because I forgot underwear. It's crazy how
so many of us are alike and do the same
stupid things because we want to be considerate.

Speaker 2 (01:31:06):
When you wake up in the dark, you really have
to live weird like that life in a cave.

Speaker 3 (01:31:10):
It's real.

Speaker 12 (01:31:11):
And I think about how many times I forget underwear.
It's amazing because I I go, I don't understand again,
I forgot to put my underwear out, Like, what's wrong
with me?

Speaker 2 (01:31:19):
You could turn yesterday's inside out. No, no, no, I'm scary.
What's up? Some parents?

Speaker 1 (01:31:25):
Can you go?

Speaker 27 (01:31:26):
Can you teach your kids some manners? Let me say this, Okay,
I live at the top of my building, near the
top floor. I get in the lobby with a mother
and a son who's maybe like seven eight years old.
The kid starts pressing all the buttons and because he
likes the lights.

Speaker 2 (01:31:40):
The lights, you're so pretty.

Speaker 20 (01:31:42):
They get off on the fifth floor and I'm looking
at her and she goes, huh, yeah, he just likes
sticking up playing.

Speaker 14 (01:31:46):
I'm like, that's nice, playing your own time. There's nobody else.

Speaker 2 (01:31:49):
Did you say that? No, you should say something. What
you should say? Well, I have to wait forty five
more floors because your son things lights are pretty well.

Speaker 14 (01:31:57):
I gave her the crap eating grin like this.

Speaker 2 (01:31:59):
I didn't fix any but I was going to try
to stop him.

Speaker 4 (01:32:03):
Do it?

Speaker 14 (01:32:04):
Go ahead, go play press three.

Speaker 2 (01:32:06):
No, I would say something, Hey, get out of here,
get out of my elevator. Gotta say something next time.

Speaker 10 (01:32:13):
Push the emergency stop. Now you all have to suffer.

Speaker 2 (01:32:15):
Yeah, there you go straight. Okay.

Speaker 11 (01:32:18):
So a lot of people wear wrist watches, right, I
wear one. Okay, So did you know that they were
actually designed to be worn on the inside of your wrist?
Does anybody know why?

Speaker 2 (01:32:29):

Speaker 11 (01:32:30):
The reason being it was started with the military, and
they didn't want anything flashy that would be reflective that
the enemy would see from across the way, So they
started wearing their watches on the inside so the light
wouldn't catch the face and then they would see where
they were hiding. That's why they were originally like this, But.

Speaker 12 (01:32:48):
If you wear it that way, you crack the thing.

Speaker 2 (01:32:50):
I think getting shot over, breaking your eyes probably you're
clearly visible today.

Speaker 10 (01:32:54):
Those are two choices.

Speaker 2 (01:32:56):
We always learned something from straight All right, into the sound.
What do you have there?

Speaker 6 (01:33:00):

Speaker 2 (01:33:01):
Hold on, here we go. You're good, you got it,
it's on. Okay, go all right, let's start with this.

Speaker 25 (01:33:06):
In Belgium there was a seagull screeching competition, the twenty
twenty four Seagulls Screeching Competition, and nine year old one
listen to this screech.

Speaker 2 (01:33:20):
Oh lie, I feel like you met the beach. That's
what they sound like, right before they dive bomb your
French fries. Yeah, and they steal everything. All right.

Speaker 25 (01:33:29):
Now, let's it is baseball season and this dad was
out playing baseball with his son, and his son hit
a home run off of dad as they were just
having some fun. Dad was super excited. Listen to his excitement.
Oh now, if my dad did that, Like if I

hit a home run off my dad, he would just
beaming with the baseball the next time.

Speaker 2 (01:34:00):
Yeah, or the bad. Here is a grumpy grandma blowing
out her candles on our birthday.

Speaker 14 (01:34:05):
Cake will thank you very much.

Speaker 2 (01:34:11):
I hope this is my last.

Speaker 25 (01:34:15):
It's her birthday. It's her birthday with Dua Lipa coming
up in just a few minutes. I found an interesting
mashup with Rihanna Dua Lipa that Adam Music did on
YouTube has five million views. It's please Don't Stop the
music combined with training season.

Speaker 2 (01:34:40):
Well that sounds good. Yeah, I wonder if she's heard this.
I don't know. We'll find out. Yes, and that's it,
all right? You don't play Dan, and you have time?

Speaker 4 (01:34:48):
We have time?

Speaker 2 (01:34:49):
All right, yes, go we could do it.

Speaker 25 (01:34:50):
So we all love Dan and Shay and I fell
down a YouTube rabbit hole and found the isolated vocals
for one of our favorite songs, Tequila.

Speaker 7 (01:34:57):
Fucking Dream, Whiskey re sham thing.

Speaker 14 (01:35:03):
It's sketched on the racks.

Speaker 1 (01:35:04):
Enough of.

Speaker 2 (01:35:07):
Why not taste cuta baby, I still see the sea
gives me goose, do a lifas all the way? Who
piece to wed?

Speaker 1 (01:35:25):
Maybe you'll calm down a little and the morning shows
in the morning.

Speaker 2 (01:35:35):
Show, do alifah on the way. You know, I have
almost mastered the dance that she performed at the Grammys. Really,
it's all over. TikTok all the kids are doing it.

Speaker 10 (01:35:45):
Please do it when she's no, No, I'm not.

Speaker 2 (01:35:46):
I'm not there yet. I'm close. I'm very close. Anyway,
do a lipa all the way. She had a tattoo
the other day. To ask her where she got her tattoo.
We've got all the deep probing questions coming up, ja

and here she is.

Speaker 1 (01:36:09):
Love it.

Speaker 2 (01:36:12):
Okay, thanks for being here.

Speaker 7 (01:36:14):
Thank you so much for having me. I'm so happy
to be here.

Speaker 2 (01:36:16):
New York City traffic sucks, doesn't.

Speaker 7 (01:36:18):
It, Ben Bananas, But I'm here and I made it.

Speaker 2 (01:36:23):
We're saying it to do it. And if you come
to New York you know what we're talking about. If
you're if you're running early, then you're like, why did
we leave the hotel so early? If you're running lates,
like what did we leave? There is no happy media
and welcome to Hell. We call it home.

Speaker 7 (01:36:38):
I'm very happy to be here. Thanks for having me.

Speaker 2 (01:36:40):
It's very interesting because when your first album came out, uh,
what year was that?

Speaker 7 (01:36:45):

Speaker 2 (01:36:46):
Okay? And this when he's you're getting that getting that
motion going right? Second album, Pandemic, Yes, but we still
loved it. This the third album, this is like Okay,
there's no excuses, there's no way he can't hide no,
And it sounds so awesome. How proud of are you

of your album?

Speaker 1 (01:37:07):
Thank you?

Speaker 15 (01:37:08):
Yeah, I'm really proud. And also, is it's like a
new experience, you know, doing I don't know, the promotion
side of things in a completely different way. It's like, oh,
I can actually go out there and see the fans
and hang out and do shows and things that I
didn't have the opportunity to do with the last record
until two years after it was released. Right, So this

is like it's it's new stomping ground. I love it,
really happy.

Speaker 2 (01:37:33):
It is stomping. It's boots on the ground. Man, you're running.
I mean, is it to the point now you're like,
whoa is this?

Speaker 22 (01:37:40):
Is this?

Speaker 11 (01:37:40):
What this is like?

Speaker 2 (01:37:41):

Speaker 7 (01:37:43):
It's a lot of work, It's a lot, but it's fun.

Speaker 15 (01:37:45):
I'm just it feels like such a release now as
we're getting closer and closer to the album coming out,
it just feels surreal.

Speaker 12 (01:37:52):
You know when you were like, sorry, when you originally
started writing, didn't you go into CVS and buy like
a notebook and thens in it because you love CVS
or something? Out of story.

Speaker 7 (01:38:02):
Well, yes, I definitely love CVS.

Speaker 15 (01:38:04):
I feel like I got I end up going to
CVS and just buying a lot of random stuff I
don't need. I think that's really what happens with most
of my CVS halls. But I really needed a notebook,
like I just needed somewhere to write down my ideas.
I didn't realize how important that notebook when it ended
up becoming.

Speaker 7 (01:38:21):
I was like, I'm going into the studio.

Speaker 15 (01:38:22):
I need a notebook, And it ended up becoming this
like relic almost all my all my words and my
lyrics and stories and stuff for everything that I've written
for this album.

Speaker 7 (01:38:33):
So lock it up.

Speaker 2 (01:38:35):
Yeah yeah, well so you know every artist we have
and we love asking about the writing process. So yours
is a CVS notebook. A lot of people use voice
notes on the phone.

Speaker 15 (01:38:44):
Yeah, I do voice notes too, but I think I
wanted to get off my phone as much as possible
because I spend so much time on it that I
was like, I just want to put pen to paper
and kind of see the words. And it was just
a new, I don't know, experience, and I loved having something,
you know, to hold and to read and to see.

Speaker 7 (01:39:03):
It really felt like a diary that I.

Speaker 2 (01:39:05):
It won't disappeared the toilet definitely not.

Speaker 15 (01:39:08):
Now I have it like I have it, you know,
photocoffeed and save very good, you know, scanned and I
you know, so nothing will happen to.

Speaker 2 (01:39:17):
Be very busy. So the Grammy performance, which was unbelievable.
Have you been to TikTok? Have you seen all of
the dances everyone's learning? Because that dance was fierce.

Speaker 15 (01:39:29):
You have to agree, thank you, thank you. In heels,
in heels, you got to You've got to give it
some like sass or something. And I feel like in
heels I just moved back right. But I think it
was really one of my dances. As he had take
took my mic and he goes, let's go. That was
like the hype excitement part that everyone kind of latched

onto and then they're like, all right, let's recreate the
dance routine.

Speaker 7 (01:39:54):
But it was just so much fun. We had such
a blast putting that together.

Speaker 2 (01:39:58):
Did you see kiky boots the mus You've seen the
kinky boots. Haven't you the long the tall red boots
with a high, fierce heel.

Speaker 7 (01:40:05):
Maybe pull up a picture.

Speaker 2 (01:40:08):
So at night I go home, I closed, I close
the blinds. I pulled on my kinky boots. I'm almost
halfway done learning your dance.

Speaker 7 (01:40:16):
And when it's done, did you do a video?

Speaker 4 (01:40:18):

Speaker 2 (01:40:18):
No, no, no, it's time.

Speaker 10 (01:40:20):
Come on, he actually has them.

Speaker 7 (01:40:24):
Okay, I gotta see it.

Speaker 26 (01:40:27):
I gotta see it.

Speaker 2 (01:40:28):
You didn't go that Grammy stage until you already. I
will not show you my kiky grimy dance. So you
were who you were with Seth Myers and you got
a tattoo?

Speaker 4 (01:40:38):

Speaker 2 (01:40:38):
Were you really day drinking with Seth Myers?

Speaker 7 (01:40:40):
I know as I day drinking, I got blackout?

Speaker 2 (01:40:45):
Okay, good. What was your cocktail of choice? I forgot?

Speaker 15 (01:40:47):
Well, unfortunately, it was like an involuntary cocktail of rum, vodka,
gin tequilo.

Speaker 7 (01:40:55):
And all of the above. It was a blast. We
had the best time, but I should have paced myself.

Speaker 4 (01:41:00):

Speaker 7 (01:41:01):
I was like, I was like, I can handle this,
I can drink and it kind of backfire.

Speaker 2 (01:41:08):
It looks like a fun day. But hitting a tattoo,
yeah we did. Is this your first tattoo?

Speaker 15 (01:41:13):
No, okay, it's my twenty Okay, whoa. I've got a couple,
but they're all quite small, so I have lots on
my hands and was it looking.

Speaker 2 (01:41:23):
I'm I'm still I'm almost sixty years old. I still
don't have my first tattoo because I can't make up
my mind.

Speaker 7 (01:41:29):
But don't do it.

Speaker 2 (01:41:31):
I want to do it.

Speaker 7 (01:41:33):
I want to do it's cooler without No, it's not.

Speaker 15 (01:41:36):
Yeah, I mean you have tattooler Yeah, because now I've
like started, so I might as well carry on. But
if you don't have any, it's almost like more rare
not to have any, so I wouldn't even start.

Speaker 2 (01:41:49):
I just want one look at my boobs. My boob
start to fall towards the ground.

Speaker 7 (01:41:54):
Kinky boobs.

Speaker 2 (01:41:54):
Absolutely, why not? Yeah, let's get to the music. So, well,
here you are if you're in the business. Where if
you're not, I just understand. This is the promotion time
where we have this album. We have this music we
want to share with the world. So we're going to
travel to every corner of the earth to make sure
everyone understands this this album. What is the album talk?

I mean talk about radical optimism?

Speaker 4 (01:42:16):
What is it?

Speaker 2 (01:42:17):
I know that's a stupid kind of broad based question.

Speaker 15 (01:42:21):
Well, radical optimism, to me is a term that was
introduced to a friend of mine and it basically resonated
with me through the whole time I was writing the record,
which is about resilience.

Speaker 7 (01:42:33):
It's about rolling with the punches.

Speaker 15 (01:42:34):
It's about when things don't go your way of keeping
like an optimistic mindset. It's thinking about when something goes wrong,
how you feel like a week later, a month later,
and you look at things in hindsight or with perspective
and you go, oh, like, I can't believe I was
that worried about this thing.

Speaker 7 (01:42:51):
You know, it's over, It's done, you know.

Speaker 15 (01:42:54):
And I think with that in mind, that kind of
helps to have a more positive and optimistic approach that
when things are bad, they're not going to be bad
for forever. And having that kind of ideology in your
mind makes all the bad things okay because you know
that you just have to get through them. That's how
you learn, that's how you grow. It's outside your comfort

zone where you progress. And that's kind of the radical
optimism that I feel like we all need in life
to just keep it moving.

Speaker 2 (01:43:24):
You have an advantage of musicians who put albums out
having advantage over the rest of us who don't, and
that is being able to chronicle where you were in life.
For instance, you were not the same do a lipa
as you were when you did your first album. You're
not even the same du aleipa you were when you
when you did Radical Optimism. You you have changed, You're Yeah,
I'm saying even.

Speaker 7 (01:43:42):
When I started this record, I've grown so much.

Speaker 2 (01:43:44):
So you can look. You can look at your body
of work and goth that's where I was then. I'm
not there anymore. I'm a different woman now, Yeah, for sure.

Speaker 15 (01:43:52):
And I think I look at it fondly because it's
like a time capsture of a point in my life
where I was, and it's nice to look back it
and be like, oh, I've grown so much from that
point to where I am now.

Speaker 7 (01:44:04):
I guess that's the that's the fun of it.

Speaker 3 (01:44:06):
I read that not only are you having fun with
this tour because now you were these promotional tours that
you're doing now I'm going out and.

Speaker 10 (01:44:12):
Talking to people, but that you also have a book club.

Speaker 4 (01:44:15):
I do.

Speaker 3 (01:44:15):
And I find this fascinating. Do you actually read the
books or do you listen audible?

Speaker 13 (01:44:19):

Speaker 4 (01:44:19):
I read?

Speaker 3 (01:44:19):
You read them?

Speaker 7 (01:44:20):
Yeah, I love, I love.

Speaker 15 (01:44:21):
I think maybe it's again the thing like the notebook,
like I love to have the physical copy, and it's
just so fun.

Speaker 7 (01:44:27):
I love when like I love when a book's like
really like no idea.

Speaker 12 (01:44:31):
You are touching like such a special part of my life.
I have read what was I telling you today? Seven
fourteen books since January.

Speaker 7 (01:44:38):
Oh wow, amazing.

Speaker 12 (01:44:40):
And I have to have the physical copy as well.
I listen audible too, but because I like to pass
them on like they're my babies to can you give them?

Speaker 13 (01:44:48):

Speaker 4 (01:44:48):
I love it.

Speaker 12 (01:44:50):
I'd like you to experience this.

Speaker 1 (01:44:51):
Here you go.

Speaker 7 (01:44:52):
I love this so much. Yeah, yeah, I feel yeah, definitely.

Speaker 3 (01:44:55):
And I would imagine that reading so much also helps
you in the writing process on.

Speaker 15 (01:45:00):
I think it just expands your vocabulary and also just
like your train of thought, your perspective, you understand emotions
in a completely different way, even things that you haven't
been through. You kind of see it from someone else's
eyes and it's yeah, it's moving.

Speaker 2 (01:45:13):
Do you gravitate toward autobiographies or literature or trashy novels.

Speaker 7 (01:45:19):
No, I love fiction mainly.

Speaker 15 (01:45:22):
Something that I read recently that I loved so much
was Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders, and it's
just so quirky, and interesting in the way that it's
written is.

Speaker 7 (01:45:35):
Just beautiful. It takes a second to kind of get
into the voice of it. But I think you'd like it.
I for you, Oh, just love to read a lot.

Speaker 2 (01:45:42):
You should.

Speaker 15 (01:45:42):
You should give it a go. It's the kind of
book that you should sit through and read it in
two sittings. But it's Yeah, I love fiction because I
love to dive into a different world.

Speaker 2 (01:45:54):
And when you said the title, a lot of people
listening going, oh my god, do you leave read the
dual lepa clap, the double clap.

Speaker 7 (01:46:03):
The double class.

Speaker 2 (01:46:08):
I I said, there is there could be a problem
if you're doing a big concert in a sold out
arena and rather than standing up and applauding, it's in
of a song. They just stand up and go and then.

Speaker 10 (01:46:21):
And then that's it.

Speaker 7 (01:46:24):
I'm just like, I get it, but I don't get it.

Speaker 2 (01:46:27):
I'm in, I'm in. Are you having fun?

Speaker 7 (01:46:30):
I'm having the most fun?

Speaker 2 (01:46:31):
What's the most fun about this? I know that may
be a stupid question, but in the answer will work.

Speaker 15 (01:46:36):
I think it's just it's just exciting. Every new experience
is so fun. And you know, since I've been able
to talk about the album title and like start releasing
titles of the songs and stuff. It's just been so
freeing because I can really explain what everything's been about.
I think in the beginning, when I'm just releasing singles
and trying to keep everything secret, that's so hard to

talking code.

Speaker 7 (01:47:00):
So now I'm like it is, it's coming.

Speaker 2 (01:47:02):
A lot of texts are coming through. Do It presents
the best shows. Most of the artists these days just
sing and run across the stage. You dancers, choreography, everything amazing,
love do it. I just watched Argyle You can do
It All? How much fun was Argy?

Speaker 7 (01:47:17):
Oh, it was so much fun, so much fun. I
loved being on set.

Speaker 15 (01:47:21):
It was, yeah, again an experience I didn't know what
to expect from, and everyone was lovely. I worked a
lot with Henry Cavill and John Cena and my parts,
and they were so lovely and generous with their time
and just like patient with me while I just kind
of figured it out on the job and it was

it was really fun.

Speaker 2 (01:47:44):
It was so it was like reading a great book. Obviously,
our guyle. It was just it was just so beautifully done.
I'm just blown away at the imagination and the creativity
that people have because you start watching Argle. I'm not
gonna give anying away if you haven't seen it. You
start watching it and they're like, whoa, where are we going?

Speaker 15 (01:48:02):
It's all whoa and it's such a ride. And I
guess that's like the that's the Matthew Vaughan, right mind. Yeah,
there's there's just like lots of ideas and it's it's
it's very much his thing.

Speaker 7 (01:48:15):
It's so cool.

Speaker 2 (01:48:15):
Now you do take time to read books? Do you
do you watch film?

Speaker 7 (01:48:19):
I do watch film, yeah, but I prefer to read.
I guess.

Speaker 12 (01:48:23):
Oh gosh, I love her more and more The Gentleman.

Speaker 7 (01:48:28):
Oh, yes, I seen. I've seen the film, but I
haven't seen the series.

Speaker 2 (01:48:31):
Oh it's so good.

Speaker 7 (01:48:33):
It's really good. I love but guy Richie. Yeah, it
was so good.

Speaker 3 (01:48:38):
Is there a book that you've read that you just think,
oh my god, when and if this becomes a film,
I got to be part of it. Oh, let's make
it happen right now, speak it into existence.

Speaker 6 (01:48:50):
I don't know.

Speaker 7 (01:48:50):
I don't know about like being in it.

Speaker 15 (01:48:52):
I would love to like maybe be in the behind
the scenes. I'm a really big fan of the Ortho
Douglas Stewart, and he wrote this incredible book called Chuggy Bain,
And I mean I kind of know that that one's
in the works.

Speaker 7 (01:49:06):
I'd love to, like maybe make music for it, get
involved somehow for sure.

Speaker 12 (01:49:11):
Do you love being a redhead? And how much die
do you see in the shower?

Speaker 7 (01:49:14):
I love being a redhead. The maintenance is a nightmare.

Speaker 15 (01:49:20):
It does look like I've murdered someone every time I
get into the shower, usually on the first wash, and
then it kind of calms down.

Speaker 7 (01:49:28):
But I love it. I don't know, I have a
lot of fun being a redhead?

Speaker 12 (01:49:34):

Speaker 10 (01:49:35):
How often do you have to keep up with it?

Speaker 15 (01:49:37):
I have to diet every like week and a half
to just kind of give it as.

Speaker 2 (01:49:44):
The payoff is very strong.

Speaker 7 (01:49:45):
It's fun. It's fun.

Speaker 2 (01:49:47):
I'm gonna go back to something you were talking about
a second ago about how life is basically paraphrasing, life
is just full of the adventures, trying new things, doing
doing exciting things on your promotional tours and it sp
thinking of someone in their car in traffic going to
work right now, going gosh, how can that I applied

a life like that to me. Let's say you don't
have choreographers, and you don't have Grammy performances. You don't
have a life full of studio recording sessions and writing sessions,
but you have a life where you, you know, whatever
your life is, there's got to be a way that
any of us can have the dua leap a life
where we are experiencing new things. How do you like

scratch the surface with like diving into things that are
almost frightening because they're so new and different.

Speaker 15 (01:50:38):
I think it's easy. I think it really just starts,
like you just have to stop by saying yes, you know.
I think whether it's trying a new restaurant and eating
something that you probably wouldn't do before, Like that already
is like diving into the deep end and something maybe
that you wouldn't have thought you would have done before.
I think you can find different things exploring and part

of town, a new bookstore, a new film, and you like,
there's so many different ways to kind of include that
discovery into your life.

Speaker 2 (01:51:09):
You know, it's scary though, I mean to show up
on set it Argyle to Argyle, were you a little nervous?

Speaker 15 (01:51:16):
I mean, or you just definitely absolutely, But I get
nervous for even like my my everyday job that I
think I'm good at. You know, I'm like, I get
so nervous because I want to be I want to
be really good at it, and I want to be
precise or like deliberate with my actions or you know,
make sure that I give one hundred and ten percent

of what I'm doing. So when I'm going into something
where really I'm on like shaky ground on my my
like my feet are dangling off the edges, I like
to kind of call it where it scares me, where
I'm out of my comfort zone, then of course I'm
much more nervous, but I'm willing and ready to just
kind of learn.

Speaker 2 (01:51:56):
So anyone in life can do this, And I guess
that's the magic thing. Can I always say that it
told to me saying the same thing over and over.
But there is such a thin thin line between fright
and excitement, right, and it's good to be have that
courage to go, Okay, you know, I'm gonna do a
pottery class. I'm gonna try to make a vase. It's
gonna look like a misshapen penis, but I'm gonna try.

Speaker 7 (01:52:17):
No, but it's true because you have to.

Speaker 15 (01:52:20):
Like for me, for example, like I know I can't draw,
I can't paint. I can't that's like stick people at
the very best.

Speaker 4 (01:52:28):
Me too.

Speaker 15 (01:52:29):
But I would like throw myself into the experience and
just be like, all right, this is gonna look terrible,
but it's it's you just got to do it, you know,
just jump into it correct. Like to the postery thing
is a perfect example. I haven't done that yet. I'm
too scared, and I should.

Speaker 2 (01:52:43):
It's a lot of misshaped penises for a friend. We
do a thank you for coming in here today, having
of course, radical optimism. It's not it's more than just
a bunch of music on an album. It's a lot
of work. It's a lot of taking chances. It's the
feeling extra of different sounds with different collaborations. I mean,
there's so much more that goes into these things than

we all then we know that we were aware of,
and that's why it's important on this tour that you
remind everyone of what goes into this album. It's so
cool a lot, dude. Thanks all right, thank you so much.

Speaker 14 (01:53:16):
Thanks you all have a great day.

Speaker 2 (01:53:18):
Hey yo, what's up?

Speaker 15 (01:53:19):
This is Hey, this is Ava, Max, Justin Bieber Here, Hi,
this is Elton John, This is Britney Spears.

Speaker 2 (01:53:25):
Elvis, you'ran in the morning show. Thank you, Matthew Hussey,
thank you to Alipa. What a great day. Tomorrow our
favorite day of the week. It's Thursday. Till then. What
are we watching?

Speaker 12 (01:53:33):
The mass singer not Dead yet American horror story you know.

Speaker 7 (01:53:37):
And Palm Royelle and Apple TV plus.

Speaker 2 (01:53:39):
Love it till tomorrow. Say peace out, everybody.

Speaker 17 (01:53:41):

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