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July 25, 2023 43 mins

In the first episode of the week, the girls "women-splain" the Barbenheimer double feature---what they liked, what they hated, and what they felt was gravely misunderstood. In the second episode the girls play rapid fire games from the app TOZ---from truth and dare, would you rather, and more.

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Speaker 1 (00:20):
Hello, my phones were so weird. Like now, I was
just looking at it like this. Okay. So I'm not
a science person, so like most things in the world
don't make sense to me. But like in my head,
this should be like squishy, but it's like metal, like
the like the grids. You know what I'm talking about.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
Yeah, for sure, because there are squishy mics, like the
mics with the squishy protect Is that what you're talking about?

Speaker 1 (00:42):
No, Like I look at this and I'm like, oh,
that's definitely swishy. Okay, Like you know nights like the
ones like the Silver Yes number one. How was that pain?
So the really thin chaine out, Like you think the
shirt would feel like something like knit, but it doesn't.
It feels like metal because it is metal. You know.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
The head of your microphone's a better rep of that
because mine's black. So I look at yours and I'm
like thinking Renaissance fair.

Speaker 1 (01:05):
Yeah, you know what I mean.

Speaker 2 (01:07):
I mean I always wonder. I think it's so funny
how singers and performers hold them when they have to.

Speaker 1 (01:12):
Hold it with their hands and you like put it
in their mouth, yeah girl, And they're holding it.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
Like that and they have their whole mouth up against it.

Speaker 1 (01:19):
I think that's so funny now because like when I
wouldn't have like my little mic when I was a kid,
I was like, this is the moment aside that for myself,
am my mouth? Am I mic in mouth person or not?
Granted I can't sing, so that wasn't the biggest issue
at the time, but I thought I was going to
get there eventually.

Speaker 2 (01:33):
And then I love it when they keep firmly grasping it,
like when they could like this with their fingers. They're
drumming against it and they point and then they like
pull the hand back. I don't know, it's so funny.
It's very justin Bieber. I feel like like I feel
like that's how he does it.

Speaker 1 (01:50):
You know, he's like put their finger over their nose.

Speaker 2 (01:54):
Do you know what I'm talking about?

Speaker 1 (01:56):
His ponytail. She'd be playing a thing like two miles
from her mouth. I know she loud loud, Yeah you go.
I only refer to her as plenty tail. I don't
know how she doesn't have traction in alopecia, because that
girl had been pulled her plenty til back since twenty twelve.

Speaker 2 (02:14):
Coming from someone with thin hair. I completely agree with that.
I wonder how she doesn't have fitting hair. Also, what
do you think about her and her new boyfriend.

Speaker 1 (02:20):
I don't think it's real.

Speaker 2 (02:22):
You don't think it's real. And he plays SpongeBob.

Speaker 1 (02:24):
Whenever there's news and it ends with as reported by TMZ,
I do not believe it because I don't know if
anyone's ever seen TMZ in the wild, there are a
bunch of random men in cargo shorts running around lay
with the camera like tripping up her plants, trying to
take a picture of Addison Ray getting in her car.
Why would they know? You know? Two, It does make
it a little bit sad because he does have a wife,

(02:47):
and I'm pretty sure the woman's either pregnant or they
just had a baby, So like, no, and you know
she has her reputation for wrecking homes. But I kind
of hate that saying because why are we not talking
about the men's role in this. They're the ones that
had a girlfriend and left in the first place. But
you know what, in these situations, I think everyone's to blame. Yeah,

(03:09):
but I don't think it's true. But funny thing is
me and Chance did see him in the SpongeBob on
a school field trip in New York on Broadway, and
I'm kind of just like as a person, you know,
you guys know if you've heard that one episode, how
I feel about adults who are in children's entertainment like
the Wiggles, Like, how are you as a Wiggle at

(03:29):
the ripe age of fifty two touring around with children
singing like Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star and then going home
to your family and like, you know, like yeah, like
I don't know, like.

Speaker 2 (03:42):
Like how can you be an adult after that? That's
how I feel about all the adult guest stars on
Sesame Street.

Speaker 1 (03:46):
You know, well, I feel like, hey, Sesame Street, like
you're a guest star. But like people that like actually
play them up it like you have your hand up
Kermit the whole day, or like miss Piggy whatever they're called.
Is that all?

Speaker 2 (03:57):
No, No, that's miss Piggy Kermit.

Speaker 1 (03:59):
Or like Elmo voice, like, oh yeah, you do that
all day and then you go home and they get
to like chuck it, like can you chuck it beer?
After that? Is that weird?

Speaker 2 (04:07):
Same with you know, Phineas and ferb Actually Chisdale is
one thing, but like the man who played Phineas and
the man who played erb I don't understand, and like.

Speaker 1 (04:15):
Bolgi were they young though they were young? Though there
were they? Sorry? And in mind it's actually played by Grenadolt. Oh,
he's actually fifty years old. But he's gay, so it's
a different. Okay, the guy that they play Phineas, I
know that he is our age.

Speaker 2 (04:31):
That's so funny, I know. But like the rest of them,
like I literally don't understand. I want to know the
guy who played who's a bully or like Pepa.

Speaker 1 (04:37):
Page that my name is Pep Buck. Yeah, she's eighteen.
But like the rest of them is a little bit weird,
like you're boinking for I don't know.

Speaker 2 (04:44):
But then also I just I always go back to
Sesame Street because you have to like count with these
muppets and we're I guess not muppets, but you have
to count with like the Big Bird and be like,
oh my god, one, two, what comes after two? Three?

Speaker 1 (04:59):
You know?

Speaker 2 (04:59):
I just feel like, how can you maintain your adulthood
after that?

Speaker 1 (05:02):
Miss Rachel, who she literally has like it's a phenomenon
app so she's just a woman. Her name is miss Rachel. Okay,
and she wears a pink t shirt overalls and like
stuff in her hair or whatever, and she just makes
videos like one, two, three, four at a tight account.
Them babies ride till down for Miss Rachel. Like there's

(05:26):
this video on TikTok where there's like a baby party.
They're all like one, so they can't really walk her talk,
and they have like a woman come in dresses Miss Rachel,
like in the overalls and the pink shirt. She's a
random white woman with brown hair. Like she's not even
like that identifiable, like if you held her in a lineup,
couldn't tell who she is. These babies like that's not
Miss Rachel really, And I was like, they will ride

(05:46):
to dawn for her, and I love that.

Speaker 2 (05:48):
Okay, wait tell me if this is Miss Rachel or not.
Because I was at a family event last weekend and
my like cousin's baby was there. This baby is like
one and a half and he was sitting there and
was so well behaved, and I was like, oh my god,
so well behaved, because you know me with children. If
you're new, Hello, my name is Sarah. That's sending over there,
and I cannot stand the sound of babies crying. I

(06:08):
think it is literally so like it makes me want
to drive a screwdriver through my head and then like
yank got my brain through in a year. Like it's
just actually like I can't stand it, Sinny knows. So
I go to this like a family event. I'm really
nervous about spending time with this baby. I love the baby.
It's my cousin's baby. This baby's so cute, just literally
sitting there walking back and forth watching his little iPad.

(06:30):
And I was like, what is keeping this baby so calm?
And I was curious, So I looked over and it
was this woman with like brown hair pinctured overalls. Is
that miss Rachel.

Speaker 1 (06:41):
Is wearing a head band? Yeah, and like a side pony. Yeah, yeah,
that's Rachel. She doesn't really do like I just I
mean I love that for her. Get your bag girl, Yeah,
Like no, then babies will ride to don It's like
a little cookcoat felons. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (06:53):
Well, I did get punched in the face because it's
a four year old. Yes, a four year old identified
that I was not Princess Elsa when I was a
Disney princess back in high school for parties. Punched right
in the nose started crying, so you.

Speaker 1 (07:05):
Know, duke them. But speaking of I guess like movies
and whatever of Barbenheimer, Weekend Barbenheimer. I did see both.

Speaker 2 (07:15):
So first, you don't spoil Appenheimer. I'm seeing it like
at the end of the month because we want to
go see it in a big Imax theater.

Speaker 1 (07:21):
Girl, girl, you know I don't have to tell you this.
You know Oppenheimer's history. Yes, maybe, How'm I spoil it?
Already happened?

Speaker 2 (07:29):
Oh, I know, But I mean any like cinema talk,
any cinema anything.

Speaker 1 (07:35):
Do you know what happened two?

Speaker 2 (07:38):
Yes, No, but anything that's particular to the movie. Obviously,
don't spoil it. We want the more shock. But like,
for example, what I didn't want spoiled, which I saw
on TikTok, is that there was a full, like four
minute sex scene with Florence Pew.

Speaker 1 (07:54):
Nothing wasn't That's what TikTok said. Yeah, that's like thirty seconds. Okay,
it's like really uncomfortable, really solid.

Speaker 2 (08:01):
Everybody loves Florence.

Speaker 1 (08:03):
I saw it in seventy millimeter film, yes, because the
guy I'm seeing wanted to. And we saw it in
Dolby Imax because he wanted to. That was the loudest
movie I've ever seen in my life. No, it was
like giving jump scares now because it was scary because
it would be silent for ten minutes, like the movie
would be silent and then they were boom and girl

(08:25):
give me a warning. Like No, it was scary, and
it was also so loud.

Speaker 2 (08:31):
I heard people were in the next room watching Barbie
and they heard like the bombs go off in the
Oppenheimer Theater at the really emotional part.

Speaker 1 (08:38):
Of because it's like the Dolby Imax. So my my sheet,
my seat is shaken rockin'. I was like, okay, I
don't need to be there, Like I got I got
the idea, I got the premise.

Speaker 2 (08:47):
That's funny you saw it at like nine am.

Speaker 1 (08:49):
I really saw it at nine am. Like I had
popcorn for breakfast, and a part of me was like,
they're selling the Barbie popcorn and the pin corn, and
I was like, it is, in fact nine am. I
don't want that many chemicals in my bocket. Are think
it's gonna be pink. I don't know. So I had
a regular popcorn. Then I had breakfast after, which is
a little bit weird, but it was really good. That's
how Barbie. And it was so funny because like the

(09:10):
girls want to go see it. And then one of
our guy friends came to his girlfriend's friends with us
and he showed up in his pink too. I don't know.
It was so cute with school and it was so cute.
I don't know what I ne it was gonna be
like a feminist like movie because it's Greta Gerwick obviously,
but it was so good and like, I don't think
that people can read and understood that it was PG thirteen.

(09:31):
A lot of babies in that theater. I'm like, just
because it's Barbie does not mean that it's a kid's movie.
And it was not a kid's movie. They talked about
Genitalia actually multiple times, and like patriarchy and stuff, and
people are like, well, Mike, well that's okay for my kids.
It's PG thirteen. It's your kid thirteen. No leave them
at home.

Speaker 2 (09:47):
People on Facebook are going crazy because they were like,
I brought my five year old kid to a Barbie
movie and it was not about Barbie's.

Speaker 1 (09:54):
I was like, well, yeah, I should have read.

Speaker 2 (09:56):
Yeah, look up a synopsis or literally anything about the
Barbie Movie.

Speaker 1 (09:59):
And you'll know it was twenty So cute though, because
in the middle of the movie, this little girl, she
had to be like four or five, and she was
like dressed up in here like pigtails, in her own dress,
and she just darted from like the top of the
theater towards the screen with her doll was like and
her mom was chasing her. I sobs that the whole
movie because I was like, I love being a woman.
And it was so funny because my friend, my guy friend,

(10:19):
was like, I don't get it. I was like, I'm
sure you don't. And there was like one scene where
it's like they're making front of men obviously and like
how cringchy they are, and he's like, dude, that montage
was sick. I was like, it's almost like the shoe
fits yes, so well, it's perfectly fitting.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
I'll talk about the negative first, because I do have
a lot of positive stuff to say about the Barbie Movie.
Spoiler alert. We will be talking in depth, but I
say this TikTok to talk about on the pod because
I literally I just think this is a great representation
of how annoying certain men are Here we Go. These
are some reviews of the Barbie movie from solely Straight

(10:55):
Men Here we Go. Film's so asked, especially hard to watch,
literally just make men sene horrible, and Plane proves how
women have no empathy for the male experience. Moving on
blonde with big T word to describe boobs. I'm sure
you're going to be okay, honey, I find.

Speaker 1 (11:09):
To say teeth. Oh no, I was like I do
with her teeth. I know.

Speaker 2 (11:13):
I just think it's so humanizing. I hate feminists. Kind
of impressive set pieces and cinematography, but the amount of
unattractive women in the movie really fail to suspend my disbelief.

Speaker 1 (11:23):
The trash I know that man, I know what he
looks like. I know there's cheeto dust on his fingers.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Beard, it's all in his beard. His beard also doesn't
connect at all. And then trash movie Female in Cells
are wilding again almost done. One of the most evil
movies ever made. This movie is a trojan horse for
kids to force down man hating and anti feminist, materialistic
and totalitarian propaganda, filma's political propaganda piece, no art piece whatsoever,

(11:48):
and last one simply awful in every way possible. I
can't believe this has become such a big hit, totally
emasculating in every way.

Speaker 1 (11:57):
That's how I know they didn't watch the movie, because
that's like half the joke is men are always angry
about Yeah, I just can't.

Speaker 2 (12:02):
With their Kasa di casa that.

Speaker 1 (12:06):
Uh do you remember the Mojo doja casa house.

Speaker 2 (12:10):
I'm so happy you remember.

Speaker 1 (12:11):
And the thing is, I know multiple men who would
think that's like a sick name.

Speaker 2 (12:14):
So now that we're finished with the negative part of
like the controversy surrounding the Barbie movie that is literally
non existent, but that literally insults, of course they find
a problem with everything. I want to talk about the
good parts of the Barbie movie and just stuff that
I really loved and why every single person ever should
go see it. One of them was the fact that
in huh you thought yeah, okay, yes, oh yes, yes,

(12:37):
And it was the part where Barbie looked at the
woman at the bus stop it was like an older
woman and started crying. I thought that was one of
the most I thought that was more emotional to me
than the end part.

Speaker 1 (12:49):
Of the film. They wanted to cut that scene.

Speaker 2 (12:51):
They didn't want to cut that scene, and then Greta
was like, if the scene isn't in the movie, I
don't know why I'm making this movie. And that was
really touching in me as well. So it was like
the undertones of this scene and then the actual scene
made me cry too.

Speaker 1 (13:02):
But the thing is, the thing I didn't realize about
that scene until talking about it after, is that the
reason why she thought the woman was so beautiful the
older woman was because in Barbie Land, they never taught
to be scared to age, which I was like first time,
I was like, oh, she's just being nice, Like that's
cute because like that girl Barbie's two or whatever. But
I was like, that's literally so cute.

Speaker 2 (13:20):
Yeah, they don't know the concept of aging, which is
really cute. So they were just like, oh my god,
it's so beautiful. And then it's it's so fitting because
then Barbie wants to become human, she wants to age.

Speaker 1 (13:28):
But then it's like, were they born that size?

Speaker 2 (13:31):
That's a good question. I feel like they were just
not just manifested.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (13:36):
And then another part of the movie that I liked
was the ending scene. This is just a funny anecdote
where she was like, I want to go wait, what
did she say? She's like, I'm here to see my
guy in colleges really looking cute. And then I also
liked how just the whole movie had just like so
many feminist undert and also LGBTQ undertones. I thought it

(13:57):
was like all really important, and I loved how cute
it was. The cinematography was amazing. It kept me entertained,
and then also it was really powerful. So if you
haven't gone to see it, go watch it. I have
a funny story after I saw it. I was walking
out of the movie theater with Zach and we are
walking behind this group of like eight nine year old
girls and there's just like the pack of them, like twelve.

(14:19):
They all want to go see it, like there were
parents chaperones, but they all want to go see it together.
Clearly they were a friend. Group was super cute, and
at one point one of them turned around to look
at me, and I was wearing like not anything pink,
but I was kind of wearing like all white and
like my hair was up and I was looking fresh
and punky. So the girl turned around and saw me
and then like poked her friend. And my hair was

(14:39):
really bleach blonde at that point too, because I still
have my extensions in which is a whole other story.
Dear listeners, I'll tell you about that later. But she
like tapped all of her friends and they all looked
at me and started galking at me, like and I
was like, oh my god, they think I'm bar me.
It was such a Leo moment. Which also, by the way,
it's Leo season.

Speaker 1 (14:56):
Oh yeah, it's.

Speaker 2 (15:00):
Like, oh my god, it was Leo season starting yesterday,
which is really exciting.

Speaker 1 (15:03):
Leo's actually bring me fear. Yes, if I date another
man whose birthday is in August, I will actually need
like a lobonomy and ice pick lobotomy.

Speaker 2 (15:12):
I dated my ax was a Leo man.

Speaker 1 (15:15):
Demonic men.

Speaker 2 (15:18):
I can't. Yeah, no, they're no good. I love Leo
women most of.

Speaker 1 (15:22):
The time, yeah half of them. Yes, It's like every
one of my life is a Leo and it's and
it's interesting as someone who's slighly introverted. I'm not introverted.
I like to have my alone time. But it's interesting
because people who are Leo's like thrive off of energy,
and most of time I don't have energy, So it's interesting. Dichotomy.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
Well, that's also interesting because I thrive off of your
energy and you always are coming around saying you don't
have any energy. Yet you give me energy. But I
think it's just because you're like a life source. And
also you're the funniest personally.

Speaker 1 (15:52):
I'm a diamond.

Speaker 2 (15:54):
You are a diamond. That was so sweet of you
to say about yourself. I enjoy that. I love when
people feel good about them.

Speaker 1 (16:00):
That makes me laugh is like I'll compliment myself. Everyone's
like what, and I'm like, I know, I can do that.

Speaker 2 (16:04):
One well. Also, that was another thing that I liked
about the Barbie movie. It's when they got awards at
the beginning of the movie, the montage where she was
just living her life and loving it. When they were
getting like Nobel Peace Prize Awards or like Journalism awards,
they were like, I know, thank you, Yes, that's right,
you know. And then the president someone told the president
she would go. She was like, I know, and no
one she needs to know that.

Speaker 1 (16:25):
Yes. One thing about the Barber movie that made me
laugh is that I've never found Ryan Gosling to ever
be attractive until the Barbie movie.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
That's so funny. I felt the exact opposite, not that.
I didn't think it was unattractive in the Barbie movie,
but I felt he was attractive and like crazy stupid
love the Notebook, La La Land, No, none of them.

Speaker 1 (16:44):
I hate La La Land. I'm so sorry in my heart.
I almost got up and left mill that movie. I
was like, it's the worst way I've ever seen.

Speaker 2 (16:52):
Oh I didn't see it in theaters, but I would
have loved to see it in theaters.

Speaker 1 (16:55):
So that was like, that might be like the worst
top three worst movies I've ever seen.

Speaker 2 (16:59):
So you don't like to note either, do you?

Speaker 1 (17:00):
No? No, that's also like on that seameless Yes. But
the thing is, I'm like Richemond Adams or Mma Stone.
I like Amma Stone, not in that role. She can't
sing or dance, So I was like, why would do
you do this role?

Speaker 2 (17:11):
I actually agree, I thought it was impressed. I don't
think Ryan can dance either. I thought it was really
impressive video learn to play the piano for that role,
but his dancing made me cringe harder than it was.

Speaker 1 (17:20):
There's like this one scene where they're like on like
a little ledge.

Speaker 2 (17:23):
Yes.

Speaker 1 (17:24):
I actually got up and left. I was like, so
annoying me, I I think it's also like the movie,
like the music interjected. I usually love musicals, but something
about it was so bad that I didn't like it.
But Ryan Gosling, Yeah, like notebook too long, too whiny,
you don't like it. And I love rom coms but
not that one. But something about him is kim Like.
I was like, oh, this perin a little bit like

(17:45):
it's I like it, like in the fur like the
Mocha doo jo vibe, I'm not. I was like, you're
kind of I kind of, I kind of like it.

Speaker 2 (17:51):
Did you notice in the big dancing scene, which I loved,
by the way, because that also hinted towards Grease, which
I loved.

Speaker 1 (17:57):
Was freaking out There was like fifteen references in that
scene alone in.

Speaker 2 (18:01):
Yeah, in that one song, but I loved it because yeah,
weside story reference for sure. Also, but I love the
part where the two guys like when like you toirl
them and they both kissed him on the cheek because
you can see Ryan Gosling break so hard that he
just starts crying laughing, and you can tell.

Speaker 1 (18:17):
It's like he's laughing through that whole song.

Speaker 2 (18:18):
Ye Ken, which I think is the best and I'm
happy you noticed it too, because I asked Zac if
he noticed. He was like, no, what are you talking about?
This is his character. I totally disagree.

Speaker 1 (18:27):
That was just Ryan. I also liked when the narrator
like broke through the walls, like Mark, Robbie is not
the right person. Helen Mirren ugly yeah, but so fine
because like whenever there's like a movie like that, they
always choose either Helen or No.

Speaker 2 (18:43):
But you know what, that's actually so funny. I was
just about to say Judy Garland too, but I know
you're talking about No, it's not but I.

Speaker 1 (18:51):
It's yeah, sounds like wait is this she dead?

Speaker 2 (18:55):
Yeah, you know, but Robbie movie was so good. So
now we are going to get into the meat, the topic,
the ground beef of this episode and Sydney and I, yes,
I felt right in the moment meat cut yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
it's the steak the Rabbi of this episode. Sidney and

(19:17):
I are playing off of the episode that we played
We're Not Really Strangers in because that was one of
our highest listened to episodes.

Speaker 1 (19:24):
Everybody loved it.

Speaker 2 (19:25):
We got a lot of engagement on that and we
hear you, we love you. So we are going to
play another game. It is if you know Piccolow, it's
like that without alcohol. It's called TOAs I mean, like
you can drink during it, but we're just not doing
I mean, I have a glass of wine, but I'm
not gonna like chill in or anything. It is tas
TZ and basically what it is is you put you

(19:46):
put in your names or the names of people around you,
and it generates random questions through a series of minigames.
So like truth or dare you have seven seconds to answer?
They're a ten. But if you know that game, most
likely who's most likely to what? I? And then like
would you rather? So we're going to go through as
many mini games as we can until the end of
this episode, and who knows, we might be able to

(20:08):
make a part two out of this because we're reading
twenty minutes in and just like that, there was a
part two. Okay, So we're gonna start with truth or Derek,
except there's only one option and it's truth because we're truth.
Should we do twenty five or fifty cards? Twenty five?

Speaker 1 (20:25):
Right? Death? Is there less than that?

Speaker 2 (20:26):
No?

Speaker 1 (20:27):
Oh yeah, I guess that much.

Speaker 2 (20:29):
I also do want to plug this app, and this
is not sponsored in any way whatsoever. But I love
this app. I love it without drinking. I love it
when I'm at a party and I'm drinking with everybody.
I love it when I'm meeting new people and I
want to get to know everyone. It's a great app.
I downloaded a couple of months ago. It's free in
the Apple Store.

Speaker 1 (20:44):
Go get it. That's why Piccolo kills on like take
your under off, and I'm like, yo, no, pillup. Just
met these people.

Speaker 2 (20:49):
Pickolas like take your shirt off and then rub your
whatever with it, and I'm like, no, I'm not gonna
do that. Okay, Sydney, this would be funny if I
got this question and you're gonna know why in one second, Sydney,
how long at the most have you gone without a shower?
Wouldn't it be hilarious.

Speaker 1 (21:05):
If I got this question in like two days? Yeah?
Actually when I had COVID two days. Yeah, you guys
don't know. I shower like twice a day.

Speaker 2 (21:13):
It's like every morning, every night, forty minute showers. It's true.

Speaker 1 (21:16):
It's called growing up black because if I got in
my bed with my outside clothes or.

Speaker 2 (21:22):
Like the side feel on yourself.

Speaker 1 (21:25):
Like literally outside, literally went clothes that were outside. Parents
would be my ass. So really, I'm gonna just tell
the story. Oh, go ahead, Sarah and I went to Paris.
You've heard the stories. We tell it every episode we
were there for I'm not kidding. It had been five days.
I know because I kept count and Sarah. I wouldn't
have cared as much as s and I weren't sharing
a bed this whole trip. And we also were in

(21:45):
the dirtiest city in the world.

Speaker 2 (21:47):
Also, I do want to interject here, I did not smell.

Speaker 1 (21:50):
That is like a huge oh yeah, she smelled fine,
Like it wasn't a smell that was the problem. It
was the fact that we were in the most disgusting
city in the world.

Speaker 2 (21:57):
This is really gross.

Speaker 1 (21:58):
Like we were we were like we're just like walking around.
We were sitting on things and like in cafes and
like on the ground on blankets and like, yeah, it
was hot. It was like one hundred and ten degrees
the whole we were there.

Speaker 2 (22:10):
I didn't shower for like five days.

Speaker 1 (22:12):
No, it got to day five and I was like, Sarah,
and I'm gonna hold your hand when I say this,
I love you but please go take a shower. I'm
not sleeping in depth with you for another night when
you have not shower. And she was like, oh my god,
what I'm like, girl, go get a shower right now.

Speaker 2 (22:26):
I totally forgot to shower. Isn't that crazy? I don't know.
I don't know how to do it? Okay, Sarah, have
you ever had relations with someone who didn't speak your language?
I don't know what that means. Does that mean English?
Or does that mean like who didn't? Or do you
like toy talk? What does that mean? Language?

Speaker 1 (22:44):
Right? What? When you speak? It would come to at
your mouth? Let language comes at your mouth, girl, I
don't think it was must have been that deep. Do
they speak my language?

Speaker 2 (22:55):
I thought you were shut up. I thought you were
gonna do that line from Pannah Montana where my looks
at Lily and she goes when you talk? Is it
just do you hear what's coming on? There's an adul
roaring in your ears.

Speaker 1 (23:06):
I didn't know if you were joking or you're going
with that, but you looked so serious. They mean the
English language?

Speaker 2 (23:12):
Yes? Yes, yes, a man was French. Okay, Sydney, what
is the most satisfying comment you've received about your looks
or just like anything physical about you.

Speaker 1 (23:24):
What was the most comment, the.

Speaker 2 (23:26):
Most satisfying comment, or the most like flattering comment.

Speaker 1 (23:29):
When this's drunk, german Man asked me if I was Rihanna,
and I was like, actually, yes, thank you for asking kind.

Speaker 2 (23:37):
Of a good night, Yes I am. Would you like
a picture, Sarah? Would you get back together with your
ex if you knew he would be willing? No? And
I'm not trying to be mean, but I'm just at
a different place in my life and I'm dating someone
new and I wouldn't give them up for the world,
So not really, but I hope they're doing well. Sidney.

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If you were only allowed to talk to one per
in a day, who would you choose? Myself, Sarah, who's
the last person you had on my boyfriend? And here's
how I did it. I texted him and I said,
oh my god, this long line for this one club
is giving me PTSD And he wrote back, hahaha, oh
my god. Are you in the East Village? And I
said yes. He said, okay, where are you and I

(24:20):
said I'm at this place and he said, okay, come
meet me, and then it was history. From there.

Speaker 1 (24:25):
Oh finally it was like recently.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
Oh, I was like, well, I haven't hit on anybody.
It was you. It's probably Canden honest yeah, I probably
was putting on the moves, Sidney. What's the weirdest trend
you've been a part of?

Speaker 1 (24:36):
When I was little, those shirts from limited To were
like the sweater and the shirt connected, you know I'm
talking about It was like a shirt but I had
like like a sweater on top. Well, you couldn't take
them apart.

Speaker 2 (24:49):
They are connected, Oh, like what they you would get
from Justice. Yeah, yes, I know you're trying.

Speaker 1 (24:53):
I had every one of those. Oh you couldn't catch
me with that were one of those of the Beyonce concert,
Like you couldn't catch me without my sweater shirt. Duo.

Speaker 2 (25:01):
I thought you were going to say the Erasers that
you take apart.

Speaker 1 (25:05):
That wasn't a trend, that was a way of life.

Speaker 2 (25:09):
That was a moment. There was a philosophy.

Speaker 1 (25:11):
Yes, and I had every single one and you couldn't
tell me anything about it.

Speaker 2 (25:15):
Okay, Sarah, what is your hidden talent? Well, I don't
know if it's so hidden, but I.

Speaker 1 (25:19):
Can see this girl up singing it.

Speaker 2 (25:26):
Do you know from every Yes, and I was like, oh, okay,
my hidden talent.

Speaker 1 (25:30):
Though she likes to yodel a kind of walk in door.
She goes, I don't know why she started doing that,
but she's died for like five months now.

Speaker 2 (25:39):
I think I got it from the Grinch movie because
he does that. Do I have any hidden talents? Like
I feel like if I had a talent.

Speaker 1 (25:47):
This girl can recite the entire script of every kid's
movie ever, like I'll live, I'll be like Orange And
she's like, oh my god, this one movie from nineteen
forty one, the Kids, They said Orange, and then recites
the entire scene has to be a kids in the voice,
it has to be a movie for actually under the
age of seven, and she will know every single words
the script.

Speaker 2 (26:07):
I have a good one. I know every line and
this is actually I'm not kidding. I know every line
to every scene in the original Incredible So not Incredibles two,
Incredibles one. Every single line to that movie I know
by heart. I've watched that movie I think fifty thousand times.

Speaker 1 (26:24):
Anyway, anytime I asked her what she's doing, She's watching
a kid's movie. Sydney.

Speaker 2 (26:28):
If someone offered you a million dollars to break up
with your husband. If you add one, like right now,
what would you do? Would you do it?

Speaker 1 (26:35):
Well, considering that the person that probably would have been
my husband and my ex girl, yes, I would have
done it for free. Actually, yes, that'd be a great contingent.

Speaker 2 (26:44):
Okay, Sarah, tell us what you liked best about the
last time you were on a date. That's not what
the question says.

Speaker 1 (26:50):
But PG.

Speaker 2 (26:51):
Thirteen tell us what you liked about the last time
you had sex.

Speaker 1 (26:55):
It's like two hours ago, actually yesterday morning.

Speaker 2 (26:59):
Well, okay, the last time I was on a date.
I liked the fact that he paid.

Speaker 1 (27:09):
Wow, he just like a sentimental woman.

Speaker 2 (27:14):
Listen, what's the most desperate thing you've done for a guy?

Speaker 1 (27:23):
Everything else? Everyone? I really a shape shifter. The guy
I'm dating I will literally change my entire personality. Besides
like overlooking four years of cheating for a man who
weighed less than me. I did date a country singer once,
and I let him say the N words, just a

(27:48):
very a very dramatic.

Speaker 2 (27:50):
I was there when he asked to say the N word,
and it was so funny. He was singing, look at
me now.

Speaker 1 (27:55):
And he's like I could see the whole rap and
I see the innword, and I was like, sure, it
looks like I was like, never has a little bit
because girl, it was. Yeah, I was at the time,
I was not en closed to be thinking. I also
pretend to like country music for that man. So a
lot of bad things were done. Granted, I would like
to preface postfist. Sorry I'm saying it after I've learned

(28:16):
my lesson. I would never let me do that to
me now. And he was, Yes, he was a white man.
If you're asking yourself, and I do regret it very much,
and I'm there to do that again.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
Thank you for letting us know, Sarah, what turns you
on the most?

Speaker 1 (28:30):
Why? Why are all the questions for you like sexual? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (28:34):
I knows that I'm here. Yeah, I would be so hot.

Speaker 1 (28:41):
Y'all were sitting in our living room during this probably
heat wave, and it's so hot I can feel myself
moving in my body.

Speaker 2 (28:47):
Also, smog, I'm convinced it's not a real word. I'm
convinced it's from a doctor Seuss book. I'm convinced it's
from the Lorac Okay, well, I mean the loras. Convinced
because I.

Speaker 1 (28:57):
Think the word smog predates know what when, the when,
the what's his name?

Speaker 3 (29:04):
The handler, the smuggler, they know the oncelor when the
oncelor built is built his factory, smog surrounds the factory
because he's making so many sweaters.

Speaker 2 (29:17):
And that's what I felt like the word was from.
But I guess you're right.

Speaker 1 (29:21):
No, I do think that it has cauled me an
invinted for like a million years for a d And
I do not think the little orange man into that word.

Speaker 2 (29:33):
And I'm so sorry. I would say, I would say
it's not I would say what turns me on most
in a partner is, oh, a sense of humor. I'm
a sucker for a sense of humor and a man
I love it that actually like turns me on his
nice Sydney. Have you ever cheated on your partner and

(29:55):
if so, why, and if not, why not?

Speaker 1 (29:58):
I don't think so I was dating to me at
the same time they're also both cheating on me, so
they like it canceled out.

Speaker 2 (30:04):
Also, you weren't officially dating or exclusive with either one
of them at the time right.

Speaker 1 (30:08):
When I was looking up with their boss and the
other with an underaged girl. So I feel like it
solved it. Secondly, it was with each other.

Speaker 2 (30:16):
It's pemdas it cancels out.

Speaker 1 (30:18):
And it was with each other. Yes, so in the
end it would cancel all out and equalize to zero.
So no, I have not you know the man I
have to do it. I do think about it a lot.

Speaker 2 (30:31):
And that is the end of truth or to Air.
That is the end of our first mini game. We
still have four more to do. We can make a
part two out of this, for sure. The next mini
game is seven seconds?

Speaker 1 (30:44):
Ready is what does that mean?

Speaker 2 (30:45):
It means you have seven seconds or a certain amount
of seconds to like answer the questions.

Speaker 1 (30:49):
So it's not always seven.

Speaker 2 (30:51):
No, it could be No, it could be. We have
to decide right now whether it's five, seven or ten seconds.

Speaker 1 (30:55):
Why is they called it seven seconds if you can
choose them, because it's the default is seven. I don't
know getting people to option don't meet, okay, should be five,
seven or ten seconds.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
However, the median okay, great, twenty five cards, random launch it, okay,
launch it. Sarah named three ministers. No, I automatically lose
this the pope like is he a minister?

Speaker 1 (31:16):
I don't know. It's semantics. I don't know, well that.

Speaker 2 (31:19):
He's like my uncle's Yeah, well I lost. I'm not
gonna got that.

Speaker 1 (31:24):
Like mister of like commerce.

Speaker 2 (31:27):
No minister like ordained minister of the church.

Speaker 1 (31:30):
Actually Universal Life Church. They are ordain everyone.

Speaker 2 (31:34):
So well there you go. That's like how many people
is that? It's like a thousand people.

Speaker 1 (31:38):
Are what should they ordained? Like eighteen million? A really
good guest, it's just like a church.

Speaker 2 (31:47):
Like a oh don't really okay, okay, Sydney. Sydney named
the three strangest names you.

Speaker 1 (31:55):
Know, go Jedediah app bull in Ocean, good Ones.

Speaker 2 (32:03):
Those are all the names of every single Bravo cast
member kids of all time.

Speaker 1 (32:07):
No, if you name of kitchen Dida when you have
a talk, because if they're always Jehovah's witnesses and or Mormons,
just not the problem because I love that you have
the freedom to choose your religion. It's more so that
that name was from eighteen thirty and it reminds you
of a slave owner, And why would you name your
kitchen Dadaiah? If you nah, I'm so.

Speaker 2 (32:26):
Sorry, Sarah, I'm gonna lose name three famous Susan. I'm
gonna lose Susan, Susan from Seinfeld who's George's ex wife.
These are called Susan in Despert Housewives, Susan in Despert Housewives,
and Susan.

Speaker 1 (32:40):
I don't know a single sh there's a god name
is Susie in my class. I don't know if her
name is Susan.

Speaker 2 (32:43):
Yeah, she's also not.

Speaker 1 (32:44):
Famous, so oh hey, yes, what she could be?

Speaker 2 (32:49):
All right, Sydney, I'm losing name three movies to watch
for a romantic evening.

Speaker 1 (32:54):
Go White Chicks, Sex Love another thing that's not movie
like everybody's ever seen Love? Is that what you're trying
to think? I don't know. I don't really know what

(33:16):
I was going for with that. The other one, the
Lucky one, other woman, I don't know. I watched White
Chicks on Date recently and I was like crying, laughing.
I've seen it a hundred times, and it's like it
would never be released today. My god, that I was
in the time that it.

Speaker 2 (33:34):
Was because you lost that one was so bad.

Speaker 1 (33:38):
I gave him opinion?

Speaker 2 (33:41):
Was it love?

Speaker 1 (33:42):
Sex? Money? I actually could in my head it sounded
like a.

Speaker 2 (33:46):
Thing that's so funny. I think you were trying to
say crazy stupid love.

Speaker 1 (33:49):
I was thinking of that another one that has other
things in it.

Speaker 2 (33:52):
Sarah named three things that vibrate. Go my vibrator, uh,
my teop brush and a massager.

Speaker 1 (34:01):
I want to say your lungs Oh did they find?

Speaker 2 (34:07):
Oh yeah, okay, Actually, Sydney, name three countries in Europe
where you can't pay with euros.

Speaker 1 (34:15):
Go London, Ireland, Wales.

Speaker 2 (34:19):
Perk is a Wales country? Yes, yes it is? Is it?

Speaker 1 (34:22):
No survive girl, It's like, no, you'll never forget season two.
Sarah tried to convince me that Ireland was not in Europe.
Don't know where else it would be, but Wales is
a country I forgot anyway.

Speaker 2 (34:36):
Sarah, name three celebrities you'd be willing to date if
you had the chance. Go Chris Evans, Matthew McConaughey, Killian Murphy,
Derrek Kunna.

Speaker 1 (34:47):
Killian Murphy. Actually it's very funny because I was like,
oh my god, like you guys should be bargaining Oppenheimer
for everyone's gonna do that though, and he looks like him.
They have the same right, and you look like Barbie.

Speaker 2 (35:02):
This weekend has been really interesting because it's obviously Barbenheimer
and Margot Robbie is on Margot Robbie and Florence Pure
on My Boyfriend's Hall pass list, and Killy Murphy's on
my hall pass list. So this weekend has been just
a mesh.

Speaker 1 (35:15):
Of I don't want to watch watch Appenheimer. You knows
actually yes, you especially get.

Speaker 2 (35:23):
Out of here. Okay, Sydney, name three objects that start
with the letter.

Speaker 1 (35:27):
T go tooth, table tongs, great job.

Speaker 2 (35:35):
That's actually really.

Speaker 1 (35:35):
Oh my god, that reminds me of this really weird
NPC things happening on TikTok right now, like those you
haven't seen all those lies where like you send them
like those money emojis, like now you can like pay
money to send them things.

Speaker 2 (35:48):
Yes, and they'll be like.

Speaker 1 (35:49):
Oh yeah, like that's a cookie. You're like, oh my god, cow,
why were you And they just like do you different reactions? Yeah,
you don't know what I'm talking about. It, I do
know what you're talking about. But give them heard like
all of a sudden the time with no. So there's
this creator named Pinky Doll. She's like the one that's
like the most like famous of the NPCs. I guess
she'll have like eighty k people on her live at
any given time, and she said she makes like five

(36:12):
thousand dollars every like twenty minutes from doing it.

Speaker 2 (36:14):
Is she the one who like kind of sits there
like this, she has.

Speaker 1 (36:16):
The Yeah, she has a flat iron she with popcorn
in it, and she's like, m yeah, ice cream. I'm like, no,
it seems so uncomfortable.

Speaker 2 (36:24):
And now everyone's doing it, and I'm like, this is
not for y'all, okay. It's the people who are sitting
there kind of bouncing up and down like a video
game character.

Speaker 1 (36:30):
You're like, oh, yeah, n PC's okay. I know. Yet
it's a it's like a sexual kink. I don't know
how people decided that was a kink, alright.

Speaker 2 (36:38):
I mean because we talk about this all the time too.
It's like women who act like their children. That's the
biggest pick.

Speaker 1 (36:45):
To me ever, to feel like the thing is That's
another controversy with her is that in her lives she
says that she's nineteen, but in her old video she
says she's thirty seven. And the craziest part is people
were like bringing that up on Twitter to make the
point that like it's creepy that she has to pretend
to be like barely legal for men to find that
to be attractive. And then the men the comments were like,

(37:05):
we're canceling her because she's not actually nineteen. You are
outing yourself as a weirdo, weird weird her.

Speaker 2 (37:12):
Also, it's weird on both ends because it's like you're
outing yourself. Obviously, these type of men who are into
this crap, you're the source of the problem. But these
people who are feeding into it makes no sense because
not only do they have to pretend that they are
nineteen eighteen whatever, it's like they wear hair loo kitty
ears and they love pink, and they wear their hair
and pigtails, and they up their voice like four octaves

(37:33):
and it's just really friggin creepy. It's like you're playing
into the system. And I mean, yeah, you're making the
system work for you, but you're doing it in a
really pedophilic way. It's it's not very cool at all.

Speaker 1 (37:43):
I'm not one to kink shame unless it's pedophilia or
it's like weird, it's involve children like you're weird.

Speaker 2 (37:51):
Or children aspect, like very childlike children. Exactly, it's no good.

Speaker 1 (37:55):
It is very bad and no Good.

Speaker 2 (38:00):
That children's book, Alexander had a very bad, no good day.

Speaker 1 (38:03):
It's like the no good, very bad day. Yeah something
I'm not the first part was in there.

Speaker 2 (38:08):
We got it. Sarah named three books Alexander had.

Speaker 1 (38:13):
A very good she say, harr Potter one and Harry
Potter three.

Speaker 2 (38:17):
Thank you, Harry Potter, Haunting Adeline. We're done. Sydney name
three landmarks of Why are you getting all the historical ones?

Speaker 1 (38:25):
Because I know I'm not b they know, and I'm getting.

Speaker 2 (38:27):
Called the sexy, kinky ones and you're like, okay, three
landmarks of London, go.

Speaker 1 (38:34):
Big Ben Tower of London and lond and I I'm
going to London maybe maybe not.

Speaker 2 (38:40):
I hope you do.

Speaker 1 (38:41):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (38:41):
Sarah named three jewelry stores MAJORI, Tassel and Bow, and Cardiac.

Speaker 1 (38:48):
Was dead because I just know I lost so hard
into my mic I'm actually so sorry for everyone here.

Speaker 2 (38:54):
Sarah named three places where you can keep animals Go
a farm, a house, pet store. These are good, I won.
Sydney named three rivers in Europe.

Speaker 1 (39:07):
The sin fucking Niles in Africa, Oh the Sin, the Fames,
and oh my gosh, the other one I know, the
one we actually know all of these because of World
War two battles or On one battles. Yes, but you
know I got two and I deserve.

Speaker 2 (39:26):
I actually can't wait to see who wins this because
I feel like we've been getting a lot wrong and right,
like back and forth. I think I'm gonna lose.

Speaker 1 (39:33):
God the Roan River. I should have done that right.

Speaker 2 (39:37):
Sarah named three countries starting with s I freak out.
What I hear this question? Okay, I'm done, I get
so freaked down. No, I get so Switzerland me to
name countries?

Speaker 1 (39:56):
It didn't happen in one game. I know we did,
like the Around the World game, and it got to you.
You're like the third person to go and you're like,
what name any country? Actually?

Speaker 2 (40:04):
Ever? Oh you're playing Girls' Night. Sydney name three reasons
for not participating in oral sexual relations.

Speaker 1 (40:11):
Go don't want to? I want two? Three? No, Yeah,
I don't want to. I really don't want to. I
super don't want to. I don't know you love it
even a card?

Speaker 2 (40:23):
Sidney named three types of relatives.

Speaker 1 (40:26):
What like cousins, sisters, and dads?

Speaker 2 (40:28):
Yeah, kind of questions. Then why do you get the
easy ones? Sarah named three ways to end up in
court other than creating a free party game.

Speaker 1 (40:34):
Can I have gotten this? That's literally my job, not
saying up in court.

Speaker 2 (40:38):
But whatever, Okay, speeding ticket, you're a feuding and speeding ticket. Uh,
the straining order and divorce settlement situation, and don't one agrees?

Speaker 1 (40:45):
Right? He's gotten to so much detail, and you could just.

Speaker 2 (40:49):
It's true, Sydney, name the three body parts that women
prefer in men?

Speaker 1 (40:54):
Go arms? Does a beard? Count no beard, nose and lips?

Speaker 2 (41:00):
Name three countries that have a red color in their flags.
Get the United States, Italy, Oh my god, Turkey.

Speaker 1 (41:06):
Why did you say Turkey? That was so specific?

Speaker 2 (41:08):
It's true, that's literally.

Speaker 1 (41:11):
Every single flag ever, and you chose to name Turkey.

Speaker 2 (41:14):
I was gonna say Pakistan. That's truly not read whatsoever. Okay,
Actually Pakistan does have it's black, red, and green. I
thought it was just green.

Speaker 1 (41:22):
You thought the whole flag was just green. No green,
You thought it was a green flag. Pakistan's just green
page it's green and white. Okay, white too, but you
said in green. I was like, oh, you know what
I mean?

Speaker 2 (41:37):
Like the actual colors a boring color.

Speaker 1 (41:40):
Palestine is black, red, and greens.

Speaker 2 (41:42):
Sydney, name three events that made you cry, like life
events ready.

Speaker 1 (41:51):
My birth my birthday, in Valentine's Day.

Speaker 2 (41:57):
I'm gonna give that to you because I love you.

Speaker 1 (42:00):
It was literally it wasn't actually wrong.

Speaker 2 (42:02):
Yeah, Sarah named three objects we want to put around
her neck. Got a choker, a collar of your dog
or really super tinky.

Speaker 1 (42:13):
Those are all the same things forms of next less.

Speaker 2 (42:16):
Okay, Sydney one, but you won fourteen to sixteen? You
one by two? Should we do.

Speaker 1 (42:23):
Everything so excitedly? Actually kills me?

Speaker 2 (42:25):
I just get excited about genuinely everything now.

Speaker 1 (42:27):
Sarah walks in today, she was like, hey, Sydney. I
was like, she's really bad mood. I was like, you say,
have yig smile on me.

Speaker 2 (42:34):
I'm gonna okay if you want to hear about my
hair extension actual saga like it's better than the Twilight sagas.
Stay tuned for our next episode. We're going to do
a part two of tos we have for you to
look forward to. There are ten butt most likely two
and would you rather next podcast episode to go check
that out because most of both of these are going
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