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June 7, 2024 31 mins

Today on Golden Hour Kathy and Susan are back for another round of Friday Fan Questions! We kick off today's episode with our question of the day; is 'right person, wrong time' a real thing? Then we're diving into your questions! Some of Bachelor Nation have found themselves in some awkward situations and we're here to help!  

From mother-in-law to be drama to finding conversation balance in relationships, we're getting right into it! Tune in now to hear all this and more and make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. 

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Speaker 1 (00:07):
Welcome back to Bachelor Happy Hours Golden Hour. We are
so happy to be back. Thanks for joining us. How
you doing, Susan.

Speaker 2 (00:15):
Good Honey's nice to see you. If you haven't heard
Wednesday's episode, make sure to check it out because we
had Faith with us.

Speaker 1 (00:25):
How about Faith.

Speaker 2 (00:26):
I know she doesn't want to do Bachelor Paradise.

Speaker 1 (00:29):
If there is one, yeah, and then there's you pushing her,
I'm like, forget about it. Forget about it. It's less
competition by Faith. Nice knowing you see you later?

Speaker 2 (00:38):
Great, didn't she?

Speaker 1 (00:39):
She does look great and she you know, she is
an interesting woman. She lives in the country side. You know,
she doesn't live in a city. She loves her animals,
her horses. I don't get the horses, but you know,
she just loves her rural life. And I love that
she's so independent and leads the life she wants to lead.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
She looks fabulous though she does, and she sounds happier.

Speaker 1 (01:03):
She sounds happy and Faith, We're really gonna miss you.
If there's a Bachelor in Paradise.

Speaker 2 (01:08):
We'll tell you all about it.

Speaker 1 (01:10):
But it's not everything. All right, It's another Friday, so
we're back with more fan questions, Susan, these are really
I'm going to tell you right now, these are some
tough ones. So I'm excited to help out some of
Bachelor Nation today and I need you to help out too.

Speaker 2 (01:32):
Yes, we really love helping you guys out, So please
keep the questions coming. Go to bachelornation dot com slash
Golden Hour to send us your questions now.

Speaker 1 (01:43):
Really, you need to send those questions. We love them,
We love hearing from you. But before we get into
today's question, Susan, we got to start with our question
of the day. What do we have to kick us
off today?

Speaker 2 (01:58):
Do you think right person, wrong time is real?

Speaker 1 (02:06):
Absolutely, you do. Meeting the right person at the wrong time.

Speaker 2 (02:15):
What's the wrong time.

Speaker 1 (02:17):
You're separated, you're raising young kids, your your career is first.
I mean I could think of a hundred reasons that
at my stage in life now know where I am,
where you are. If we meet the right guy, it
is the right time for us.

Speaker 2 (02:37):
I think for me, if it's the right person, I
would make at the right time.

Speaker 1 (02:42):
Okay, how are you going to do that? You're you're
raising three young kids, you're divorced, you've got a full
time job. How are you going to put mister Right first?

Speaker 2 (02:51):
Well, he has to know I have children, so if
he's missed right, he'll embrace them as well.

Speaker 1 (02:58):
What, girlfriend, you are living in dreamland?

Speaker 2 (03:01):
I always have.

Speaker 1 (03:05):
I really do think that when you're younger, when those
of you out there, who are you know, in your twenties, thirties, forties,
and really even in your fifties, your life is so
complicated by career and family and so many things, that
you might meet the right person. What if you met

the right person Susan, who's just coming off of a
bad relationship, what about that?

Speaker 2 (03:32):
Yeah, well no, I hear you. I hear you. Or
if you're right in the middle of your career taking off,
I mean there's yeah, I get it.

Speaker 1 (03:41):
I mean you and I are sitting around just waiting
for mister Wright to come along, So definitely right time
for the right guy. All right, let's go these questions.
Yeah you are too cares one sure.

Speaker 2 (03:55):
This is from Mandy, who is twenty five from Kansas City. Hi,
Kathian and Susan. I'm in a tough position and I
have no idea what to do. I'm currently in my
first ever long term relationship. We've been together for a
few years and have lived together for the past year,
and I've really enjoyed our time together. However, I'm starting

to notice things about our relationship that are worrying me.
For example, I'll talk to him about my day something
crazy I saw online. He's not really into social media,
really any kind of casual conversation, and I'll catch that
he's not listening to me. I don't feel like this

all the time, but when I do notice it, it
hits me really hard. I know I'm more chatty and
he's more of a listener, and lots of my friends
have teased me in the past for being really talkative,
so that's a possibility. I don't interrupt him when he's
doing something like watching TV, but I'm realizing me I

don't always strike up conversations at the best times. What
do you think? How do you balance a chatty partner
with a more quiet partner? How do I even bring
this up? Being made to feel embarrassed or awkward about
how much I talk is a huge trigger for me
and really hurts my feelings. I don't want to feel

like I can't be myself around my partner, but I
also want to respect his space and acknowledge his role
in our partnership.

Speaker 1 (05:32):
Okay, yes, Susan, Yeah, Mandy, this was me with my husband.
I'm not kidding, I'm reading this going. This was me.

Speaker 2 (05:43):

Speaker 1 (05:43):
I am very talkative, very garrulous, very outgoing, and my
husband was much more introverted and shy, and I often
would be talking and I would look at him and say,
you're not listening to me. And then I realized, Mandy,
that you're absolutely right. There's sometimes that he might be

reading a book or watching a show, or just decompressing
from his work day, and I think you have to
read the room a little better than I did. Just
give him a little bit of space. What I found
worked was I would say to my husband his name
was Darryl. I would say, Darryl, let's go out and

take a walk. It was like a planned time to
sit and talk together. And I would talk and I
would ask him questions. It was like setting up a
daytime to talk. And that really worked well for me.

Speaker 2 (06:43):
So, I have a girlfriend that is extremely chatty, and
for me, it makes me anxious. I don't holler, but
I look at her and I had a heart to
heart with her and said there's too many words. There's
just you lose me. You've lost me, like I don't
even know what it is you're talking about because you

give me background details. And I'm imagining that's what chatty means,
Like you just go on and on and on, and
it's a lot for some people. So less is more.
But when you want to get something important across to him,
he will pay attention if you don't use so many words.

Speaker 1 (07:24):
You know, that's that's an interesting thought. I've never thought
about it in that context. But I think that she, Mandy,
you hit on something. You said that he's a quiet partner.
My husband was a quiet partner, and you know what, Mandy,
there's nothing wrong with that. Sometimes people are better listeners

and are more comfortable being the listener than the talker.
I think what you're saying is you're a little uncomfortable
doing all the talking, and so I would and.

Speaker 2 (07:58):
Her friends, her friends have told her she's chatty. So right,
there's a point here, right.

Speaker 1 (08:05):
Right, And the point is set some time apart where
you where your husband or your I guess it's your
partner knows that you guys are going to have conversation,
and that means two way conversation and the rest of
the time, you know, let him have his space, talk
when you want to talk and understand that he might

just be a listener and that's okay.

Speaker 2 (08:28):
And don't be mad at me. But less is more
sometimes it really is. Because I have a friend exactly
like you and I love her to death, but it's
a lot sometimes.

Speaker 1 (08:39):
Well, we wish you the best, Mandy. And one more
quick thing, I want to say. They knew each other
a year and it's her first ever long term relationship.
They've known each other few years, they've lived together one year, Mandy.
That's what living together is about. You're not married. It's

about finding out about each other. Maybe you two aren't
meant to spend the rest of your life together. So
I'm not I'm not wishing you ill. I'm just saying,
these are the kinds of things you discover when you
live with someone that the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Speaker 2 (09:17):
So you know, find out now.

Speaker 1 (09:19):
Yeah, it's better to find out now. Justify.

Speaker 2 (09:22):
I'm sure he's just used to your chat chat chat
and it just tunes it out sometimes, that's all. But
I would I would actually on the date night or
something that you're both in a good place and he's
paying attention to have the conversation with him, right, say
I'm sorry that you know. I know I go on
and on, but.

Speaker 1 (09:42):
Yeah, and you know what, you might be surprised, Mandy.
He may say to you, Hey, you know what, You're right?
You do go on and on? Could you cut it short?
Or you know what he might say, Mandy, I love
listening to you. I love you, I love everything about you. So,
as we like to say around here community, Kate, talk
to him about what you're thinking and feeling and see

where it goes from there. All right, let's move on
to question number two. This is from Becca from Orange
County and she asks Kathy and Susan Soos, I need you.

I'm with my boyfriend of four years and I absolutely
love him. Between where we're each at and the conversations
we've had, I can say confidently that we'll be engaged
sometime next year. Thinking about marrying him has been something
I've been nothing but stoked for until last weekend. I've

met my boyfriend's parents over FaceTime a million times, sometimes
even chatting for over an hour, and they've always seemed
so lovely. Between work their retirement travel and our own
family holiday traditions. Our in person meeting hasn't been possible
until now, So last weekend we finally got to fly

out to them so they could meet me in person.
The first few hours were so great until I noticed
something on my boyfriend's mother's phone. I won't go into
too much detail, but I noticed an Instagram notification that
wasn't for her username that I follow she regularly posts from.
I thought I recognized the different username, and when I

looked it up, I realized it was an anonymous, pictureless
account that has often sent me hate comments and dms.
I have a decent following, so I'm used to spam
dms and not so nice comments. I was completely in shock,
and I still am. Told my boyfriend what do I do?
I love him and I want to spend my life

with him, but if that account is truly run by
his mom, I don't ever want to be around her.
How do I even talk about this? Oh my gosh,
that's a big damn social media. It's just a pain
in her ass.

Speaker 2 (12:14):
Wow, you know what my first reaction, I don't know
that I tell him, I confront.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
Her, confront her, Yes, It's exactly what I was thinking.
Oh we agreed two times? Did I get crazy? Absolutely?
I would screw that.

Speaker 2 (12:33):
You got a problem with me, Let's talk and say
whatever that name is and say, by the way, is
this you?

Speaker 1 (12:41):
Yeah, and my friend she needs to be ready that
mom might say yeah, and I don't like you. Yeah,
it's right, seriously, and your son does you know what?
It's a tough one. I'm going to be honest here.
My my mother in law did not love me. I
can't imagine why, but you know, my husband was the

only son and he was the oldest child and she
just really struggled with letting her son go. So it
may be that situation. It may be some jealousy. It
may there's also the chance that you missaw the user name,
that it was something so sillyer hopefully. That's a tough one.

I think you have to be ready for the consequences,
do you think so?

Speaker 2 (13:29):
Definitely? Definitely? And I mean if she causes a big
stink the mother, then then your boyfriend's going to find out.
And just keep a calm, calm voice. You just said,
you're used to that social media stuff. Some people are
negative and others aren't. But I would confront her respectfully

and don't back down. Let her know.

Speaker 1 (13:54):
You know well, and I wish I think luck. But
don't you think she first has to make sure that.

Speaker 2 (13:59):
It yes, absolutely well she saw it. Well, you're gonna
have to ask.

Speaker 1 (14:06):
Yeah, you're going to have to ask, and get ready
buckle up because it might get a little okay.

Speaker 2 (14:13):
Question number three This is from Carol from Tulsa, Hi,
Susan and Kathy. I'm a huge fan of the podcast.
I really love your thoughts, so fingers crossed you see this? Well,
guess why, Carol, we're staying it live. I'm getting married
in the year. My fiance and I are really two

peas in a pot, even when it comes to wedding planning,
which is such a blessing. So he's not my issue here.
The other day we had an engagement party. I'm not
sure how other people do their engagement celebrations, but all
the guests that were at our party are people that
we intend to invite to the wedding. Well, I would think, so. Yeah.

With that said, here is my issue. At a pure
kindness and cheerful tones, our friends we're talking about how
excited they were for our wedding and the vast majority
of the crowd agreed with all the points they made,
but everything they were excited for and anticipating, like literally
everything they think our wedding is going to be, will

be the exact opposite. Our wedding will be very traditional,
long ceremony, cake cutting, garter toss, bouquet toss, you name it,
We're doing it, even down to the music, the vibe.
Everything they think this day is going to be way
more fun. Question Mark, my friend spoke of the things

I plan on doing is boring and such. I know
I shouldn't care what other people think of my day,
but everyone thinks our wedding will be non traditional and
unique because they see me as someone that is very feminist,
very progressive, vibrant, and very outside the box. This has
made me question everything am I who my friends think

I am? Has wedding plan warped my sense of self.
My head is spinning and I don't know what to do.
It's such a weird and awkward position to be, and
I know I shouldn't care what people think, but it's
worrisome realizing all my most important closest guests are literally
set up for major disappointment. They are all very kind people.

They wouldn't say a thing. They wouldn't say the things
they did unless they were absolutely sure they were right.
What should I do? I just laughed and nodded along
to keep the mood of the daylight. But ever since
our party, I'm freaking out.

Speaker 1 (16:47):
Okay, I am clearly over the hill. Sweet girl. Let
me say to you, this is your wedding day, Carol.
You and your fiance have decided what you want for
your day. I don't care if you bring a circus

to town for your wedding and have cupcakes. You do
what you want to do for your wedding and people
can get on board or not attend. Sweetie, I know
you're nervous. You probably got some stress going on with
wedding planning. But this is your day. It's a day
you want to remember for the rest of your life.

It should be exactly what you and your fiance want.

Speaker 2 (17:37):
First of all, you're so so so lucky that he
likes doing this stuff and you guys both want this,
so have at it. If anything, if you're that worried
about it, throwing a little something like certain music or
something towards the end to get them partying or something.
But do you Kathy and I agree on this one.

This is three times we've agreed.

Speaker 1 (17:59):
Well, we agreed until that last statement. No, I wouldn't
throw anything in to make the little people happy. It's
your day. You do exactly what you want. If you
want vanilla cake with chocolate frosting and everyone thinks you
should have a five layer vanilla cake, you do what
you want to do.

Speaker 2 (18:16):
There's nothing wrong with throwing a garter and cutting the cake.
That is a wedding tradition.

Speaker 1 (18:22):
Well, but that's what they're saying. These people. The thing
I found interesting She says they think the day is
going they think this day is going to be way
more and then she writes dot dot dot fun like,
I'm sorry, sweet Pea, Carol, this day is not going
to be fun. It's going to be fabulous. So if
you don't think it's going to be fabulous and you're

rethinking what you want, that's one thing. Don't let other
people determine your wedding.

Speaker 2 (18:48):
And you're not spending a fortune to make them happy.
This is your day, and you enjoy it. And I
couldn't say it more. It's all about you.

Speaker 1 (19:00):
And By the way, happy wedding, happy life. I hope
everything goes swimmingly at your wedding and just a lifetime
of happiness.

Speaker 2 (19:12):
You rock girl. Thanks for writing.

Speaker 1 (19:14):
Okay, we are going to try something a little different today.
We want to talk about a video that's a bit
of a hot topic right now. So Susan, this video
that's gone viral of the groom spraying his bride with champagne.
You know, you see that at wedding's a lot you

hold the bottle, shake it spray up. But he took
it to another level. He completely sprayed her her hair
right in her face.

Speaker 2 (19:42):
What do you did you see the video? I watched
the video.

Speaker 1 (19:44):
I saw it. What do you think?

Speaker 2 (19:46):
There's two sides to this now, First of all, she
has to know who he is and made me expect
that she was laughing in this thing. She turned around,
she covered her face and turned around and was laughing
like crazy and probably think and I can't wait to
get them back. But if it were me, I'd be like, really, dude,
in my face, like come on, it's my wedding day.

I spent so much time making myself look good and
you're gonna spray my face. But when I watched it, Kathy,
I thought it was kind of funny and she was laughing.
So there's a lot of controversy out there right now.

Speaker 1 (20:24):
People I don't know, don't We don't know them, right,
We don't know the couple. I mean people people say, well,
she knows what she's getting herself into. Yeah, I don't
think so. I mean, unless they have some kind of
weird fetish where Friday nights they open up a champagne
bottle and see what happens with it. I think that's
probably the first time that he ever had a champagne
bottle in his hand, shook it up and you know,

aimed it at her face. I think if that were
me when I watched it, I was thinking I'd be
laughing on the outside and.

Speaker 2 (20:53):
Crying on and kill them.

Speaker 1 (20:54):
And yeah, you know, for precisely what you said. The
wedding pictures, the the things that you take with you
that you go back and look at, and her hair
and the gown and in her face make up running.
I mean, I don't think it's funny. I don't think
the antics of you know, when I got married in
the dark ages, there was always a thing pushed the

cake into her face, and I had told my.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
Husband it's something you talk about prime.

Speaker 1 (21:22):
Which it's exactly what we did. We talked about it before.
I said, if you do that, it'll be the shortest
marriage on record. And I'm not kidding. I wouldn't. I
would have been very angry. Throwing champagne in her face
wasn't a thing when I got married, but I would
not like it.

Speaker 2 (21:38):
I wish they would have continued the video after the
champagne was done and see how her reaction was. But
when I looked at it, it was kind of calm.

Speaker 1 (21:47):
Yeah, but remember there's a videographer there. Someone's exactly what
you're going to do. Start screaming. I don't know. I
think you know. There's the word decorum. Good taste never
goes out of style.

Speaker 2 (22:02):
Away it did, continue Kathy, and then he goes over
with the bottle. Yeah, and she drinks from it, but.

Speaker 1 (22:11):
Yeah, great, and she's already doused with the champagne. Also
gives her the bottle to let you know, but she
can't get him back because the phizz is gone.

Speaker 2 (22:20):
So what It's a fun thing.

Speaker 1 (22:23):
Okay, great at your wedding. I'm gonna I'm going to
watch your molcare making you like a raccoon, and I'm
gonna say it's all in funesn't hope you like it.
I'm going to kill you. Yeah, exactly. Well that was fun,

all right. I think we should switch it up a
little bit, and we have just enough time to play
a quick game.

Speaker 2 (22:52):
All right, let me do it, kath, Let's do it.

Speaker 1 (22:55):
This game is called deal Breakers. We're going to say
a sinner and then decide if each of us thinks
it's a deal breaker for a relationship. Okay, fair enough,
all right, here it goes. Is it a deal breaker?
You're about to move in with your partner he makes
triple your salary, Susan, but still wants to split the

bills fifty to fifty. Is this a deal breaker for you?

Speaker 2 (23:22):
It's a concern, that's for sure. If he's making triple.
It depends on what she makes though maybe she makes
good money too, But it's worth a discussion. I don't
know about a deal breaker, but yeah, I would have
to sit down over this one.

Speaker 1 (23:37):
So if his triple salary, if he's putting a lot
more into into maybe they have a joint savings account.
I mean, I think The issue here is they're not married.
They don't have combined finances, and even if you're married,
they might not have combined finances. But I think it's

not a deal breaker necessarily. But I think your point
it speaks loudly too. Is he moving in because he
loves you? Or is he looking to cut his cost
of living?

Speaker 2 (24:10):
Yeah? Right, that that would be a deal breaker right there.
But hopefully he's saving for their home or honey, let's
do fifty to fifty and I'll bank everything so we
can buy a house. I mean, we don't know enough.

Speaker 1 (24:21):
I don't think exactly. It's a little bit that we
don't know. However, they're not married, because it says partner,
and maybe it's just gonna be a long term relationship.
I don't know. I don't like it. Yeah, I want
to live with.

Speaker 2 (24:31):
The guy who's not going to pay off that much.

Speaker 1 (24:33):
If that's not we want to live with the guy
who's going to.

Speaker 2 (24:36):
Pay at all, those days are long gone. All right,
Your new partner hasn't posted you on any of their
social media yet, and you've been together for six months.
When you bring it up, he says, I just don't
really post anything. Is that a deal breaker.

Speaker 1 (24:58):
Well, I have to tell you. I have a friend
that this happened to, and he was posting he's cheating
on her. He's posting, Yeah, he's stating on her. Glad
he's posting pictures of him with other girls. She said, oh,
those were old girlfriends. I'm looking like, really, I got
a wooden nickel. I want to sell you.

Speaker 2 (25:18):
I mean, well, you should know if he does do post.
I mean, if he doesn't really post on social media,
that is understandable. But yeah, I would question it.

Speaker 1 (25:30):
I would definitely wait a minute, if he doesn't post
at all, you would question that.

Speaker 2 (25:34):
I mean, if he's not a guy that posts all
the time, that's why he's not posting.

Speaker 1 (25:38):
I would think, So why is that? Why would you
question that? If the guy doesn't.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
Know if he if he doesn't post, then you're good.
But if he posts a lot of times and just
hasn't post about them, then yes.

Speaker 1 (25:53):
Yeah that's the problem. But this one, she says, he
doesn't post. So if he doesn't post, he doesn't post,
it's like saying, you know he doesn't smoke cigarettes. Is
it a deal breaker? No? I mean whatever, he's got
to do it, all right, here's the last one. That
was an easy one. I loved it. We're a green
so much.

Speaker 2 (26:10):
Don't you know what is happening?

Speaker 1 (26:12):
All right? You see a text conversation between your partner
and their friend that has a history of making you
feel uncomfortable in the conversation. You see your partner sent
a red heart when he thanked her for paying for
his beer when they were out with some other friends.
Is this a deal breaker?

Speaker 2 (26:33):
Oh god, I mean, you gotta know more.

Speaker 1 (26:38):
These are.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
I put hearts after after everybody.

Speaker 1 (26:43):
I heard everybody about everything. I mean, if in the
text conversation, if there's a phone number and call me
after six, I'll be home. Night was great. I can't
wait to see you. Then you can worry. But to that,
I mean, I love you, Thanks for buying me a beer.

It's it's harmless. I think you know what I do.
Think though, this brings up an interesting uh issue. This
generation has been raised and on social media. That's how
they connect, that's how they discuss. They don't have what
we would call verbal as much verbal interactions, and so

people there's no there's no feeling with with the text message. Right,
So instead of saying I love you, Susan, thanks for
buying me a beer. It's just a free heart. It's
a red heart, you know, It's nothing more, nothing less.
And I think that's one of the dangers of social media.

Speaker 2 (27:45):
Yeah, because you and texting even you know, that's whats
That's exactly right.

Speaker 1 (27:53):
Actually, we do have time for one more quick one. Here.
Your partner reveals that they have a significant amount of
debt that they have not previously mentioned. They assure you
they have a plan to pay it off, but it
will take several years. Is this a deal breaker?

Speaker 2 (28:13):
How big is that debt? And can he afford to
do what we're doing as well as payoff his debt?

Speaker 1 (28:21):
Well? Ane years? So I don't think. I don't think
it's an extra bag of groceries we're talking about here, man.

Speaker 2 (28:27):
I mean, I don't know if it's a deal breaker,
but man, i'd be a little annoyed.

Speaker 1 (28:32):
I'd be more than annoyed if it's my partner. This
person did not say boyfriend or girlfriend, said partner, which
tells me they've been together longer than ten minutes. If
I've been with someone and for some amount of time
that I'm calling them my partner, then I would assume

that I would know if they'd previously been married, if
they'd been arrested, and if they have a significant debt
to be paid off that will take several years. I
get to say, for me, that might be a deal breaker.
It could be.

Speaker 2 (29:07):
It could be depends on how I need a little
bit more information. Yeah, I would think I would need
to know a little more as well. But it truly
is a conversation.

Speaker 1 (29:16):
Well, and think about it. I don't know the law,
but I don't want to take on someone's.

Speaker 2 (29:21):
Say exactly, you get married and boom, that's your debt.

Speaker 1 (29:24):
Then well then it's called a pre nup.

Speaker 2 (29:26):
Yeah, I guess so.

Speaker 1 (29:27):
I mean it's very complicated, doesn't it does?

Speaker 2 (29:30):
The good old days, Yeah, we are worried about that ship.

Speaker 1 (29:35):
There was no ship had one checking account, you know,
although Kathy for a month and money.

Speaker 2 (29:40):
How many people that get married today have their debt
from college? I mean there's tons of college loans and
people have to pay it off, right, Maybe that's what
it is. Is it a gambling debt?

Speaker 1 (29:53):
Is it? You know? I don't know what it is. Yeah, yeah,
well I'm not concerned about what what the debt is
as I am that he or she has.

Speaker 2 (30:04):
Not known about it.

Speaker 1 (30:06):
Yeah, has not told the other person about it. Takes
time and I you know, Oh, they're gonna hold that.
What else are they hold.

Speaker 2 (30:13):
In surprise right before we do this? Yeah? By the way,
I owe one hundred and six thousand.

Speaker 1 (30:18):
Dollars Susan, susany you my good friend?

Speaker 2 (30:21):
Yes, I am.

Speaker 1 (30:22):
Can I borrow a couple hundred thousand? I got I
got some serious debt to pay on.

Speaker 2 (30:26):
I just paid my debt off yesterday. I was happy.

Speaker 1 (30:30):
That means you can now have a partner. You can
pass go collect two hundred dollars. You're not going to
debt free America. Yeah, give her ten minutes. She'll be shocking.

Speaker 2 (30:40):
I've remember he used my card like three times. Oh goodness,
that was great, Kat, that was fun. And that's all
for today's episode of Golden Hour. Thank you so much
for joining us.

Speaker 1 (30:53):
Yes, thank you all so much. Be sure to follow us.
We have new episodes coming out every week that you
want don't want to miss.

Speaker 2 (31:01):
And make sure to send us those questions like we
just did. We're going to talk about each and every
one of them. Sometimes we dissect them, sometimes we don't,
and we have lots of lots of time to answer
your question, so head to bachelornation dot com slash Golden
Hour and submit them.

Speaker 1 (31:21):
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