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February 14, 2024 17 mins

C&R go over their favorite Valentine's Day themed athlete names from Bobby Valentine to Kevin Love, the breakup of Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan makes news, helping a friend in need about celebrating Valentine's Day on the actual holiday vs saving time and money by doing it over the weekend

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Yoh, what's up everybody?

Speaker 2 (00:05):
Little Football Blues edition Relax Rich of Overpromises.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
It's Valentine's Day.

Speaker 2 (00:12):
Welcome to Over Promised, our bonus podcast sending you some love,
speading the love here on our bonus show. All right,
a very special Valentine's Day special. Let's go by the
way to start it off. Yeah, as you have the
football Blues. Sorry about your forty nine ers. Now I'm
in the stage of like sadness. That's the grief stage

of men.

Speaker 1 (00:32):
I got you, Valentine. Oh I did it.

Speaker 2 (00:34):
I did spot my show. Kind of turn up the riz.
Everybody is the day.

Speaker 1 (00:42):
Yeah, happy Valuntine's poppy because look at.

Speaker 2 (00:45):
You, man, You're sad about your Niners and wearing a
mister Rogers sweatshirt right now. Kind of turn up the riz,
bring the romance, getting good vibes. Get ready for March madness,
basketball and baseball.

Speaker 1 (00:56):
Bro turn up the rig. I know football is in
the rear you.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
Yeah, but I have a card that you could give
any woman you dated in your life. Oh, this is
for you, This is for you. Thanks Tommy DeVito. We
can go upstairs to my room, but we have to
be quiet because my parents are home.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
Why would you do that? Jersey guy, I live with
his parents. That's true, Yeah, it's true.

Speaker 2 (01:19):
Thank you many, Tommy DeVito, you forgot Thanks for thinking
of me, and I wanted to get one last Timy
DeVito referencing because I don't know if we'll ever talk
about him again. It'll be serving Gobblegold and Deli in
New Jersey, sending you love on Valentine's Day, Pappa. And
because it's our Valentine's Day special here on over promised
you all the stuff we couldn't fit into our show on.

Speaker 1 (01:36):
Fox Sports Radio.

Speaker 2 (01:38):
How about we get into loving Valentine theme sports related names.
Oh that's that's a very worthy way to say it. Yeah,
I was gonna say your most romantic Please.

Speaker 1 (01:51):
That's what I was looking for. Thank you.

Speaker 2 (01:52):
Do you want to start with one of your favorites
because I know you love his floppy hair? Yeah, I
mean Pete Rose. I love his fop Here, how did
not throw Pete Rose on the list. Imagine this guy
diving headfirst into DMS. Oh oh DM, no, DM, just
you know, to throw his game out there and be like, yo, man,
I'm the league leading hitter of all time. Let's get

down the business. I don't think Pete Rose was dobbing
head first at the DMS in the seventies. He was
doving headfirst into something else. Pete Rose, he ain't giving
you the rose. That's romantic. How about this one? You'll
love this one.

Speaker 1 (02:24):

Speaker 2 (02:25):
Some people call him Bobby Magic, but it's really Bobby Valentine. Bobby,
will you be my Valentine? See where the fake mustache
and glasses? He's cheating because that's love right there.

Speaker 1 (02:37):
It wasn't me.

Speaker 2 (02:38):
Yeah, I got one for you. How about Kevin Love. Oh,
it's a very loving name for sure, spreading the love
like Kevin. Got to do that on this very special day,
Kevin Love, I got another one for you.

Speaker 1 (02:51):
Josh Hart. Josh Hart. Josh Hart's a good, good one.

Speaker 2 (02:54):
You got to throw that in there on Valentine's Day.
Now you're thinking, how does this one fit in? On?

Speaker 1 (03:00):
Darling? Like someone's Darling?

Speaker 2 (03:01):
How does it not? Finn Darling's a romantic name right there.
He was so handsome in Shallow Hell.

Speaker 1 (03:08):
Very handsome man.

Speaker 2 (03:10):
Yeah, imagine if you were going out to dinner with
the Darlings. That's very romantic right there. And my favorite
number one sports related romantic name, Greg the Hammer Valentine,
Greg the Hammer.

Speaker 1 (03:24):
The wrestler.

Speaker 2 (03:25):
Yeah, with the blonde moment, Greg, Dude, Greg the Hammer Valentine.

Speaker 1 (03:29):
You gotta bring the hammer tonight.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
If you go romance, if you go in wrestlers, how
do you not bring up brother love?

Speaker 1 (03:35):
Because I love you? Aah, love you, dude.

Speaker 2 (03:40):
I love how his face was all red, well, you know,
big red tomato. I mean, imagine Vince wick Man, who
was not in a good spot these days. Imagine vincemick
Man in the nineties saying, Hey, we're gonna paint your
face pink. You're gonna wear a white suit, and you're
just gonna spread love.

Speaker 1 (03:53):
I love the gimmicks.

Speaker 2 (03:54):
Yeah, he spread love, spread love, spreadshakes, and enjoy your night,
and shout out to the Heart Foundation, since we're at it,
Heart Foundation. I got a couple others, maybe a little
less appropriate, but you look a little like Jimny Anvil Nightheart.

Speaker 1 (04:08):
You go, what a little bit?

Speaker 2 (04:10):
What about Dick Paradise? How appropriate is that on Valentine's Day? Oh?
Honorable mentions? Yeah, these are real athletes. This guy played
hockey in Minnesota. Dick Paradise, You going there tonight? I
hope my wife is going there.

Speaker 1 (04:24):
How about this.

Speaker 2 (04:25):
One, John David Booty, good luck getting some former Viking
John David Booty.

Speaker 1 (04:32):
Know we wish for everyone.

Speaker 2 (04:33):
He gets some John David Booty today, Well not him,
but you know what I mean, get some Booty tonight.
All right? Well, hey, it is over promised. You still
got the best one, Rich. He was a former Boston Patriot.
I'm forgetting a patriot on Valentine's Day. Oh he is
a true patriot, American patriot. Dick Felt shout out to
him on his Valentine's Day romance.

Speaker 1 (04:55):
Romance have ad it now?

Speaker 2 (04:56):
Something we didn't get to on today's Fox Sports radio show.
Very honorable mention ring. I know we mentioned it in
the update yesterday with Dan Bayer, But the breakup of
Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan. No, no, no, how could
you even believe in love now that they're not together anymore?

Speaker 1 (05:13):
My whole life is a lie.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
But you gotta think like you, Vick Scotti and Michael
are like probably for the best.

Speaker 1 (05:20):
Yeah, a freaking weird thing, really weird.

Speaker 2 (05:22):
Look, there was a what sixteen age sixteen year age
difference Larsa Pippen forty nine. I can't really judge that
much because my relationship is not much better as far
his age difference, but he was thirty three. I think
the point is it is Michael Jordan's son and Pippen's
ex wife now we're on the streets. Is they're hitting

a rough patch. They're not officially done. They just wipe
their social media. In today's world, that implies you're done. Yeah,
you can't be wiping social media and so you're still
at it. By the way, wasn't there a rumor that
something absurd like they were making love how many times
a day?

Speaker 1 (05:57):
Like something stupid? Five times? Like yeah, we were having
said five times a day. It's true.

Speaker 2 (06:02):
College freshman Larson always Larsa always bragged about their love
making and how often it was, how great everything was.
But that's also an indicator that there's trouble in thick
paradise sometimes because people bragging about their relationships. It's like,
you know, that's why when you see people so lovey
dovey on social media too, I don't buy into it,
because everybody has some troubles along the way.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
Now, the story is that they're just calling a time.

Speaker 2 (06:27):
Out By the way, anytime someone's having trouble on their
sex life from now on, I'm gonna be like, oh,
you're having trouble and dick paradise. That might be your
best reference of the day. Former hockey player. Yeah, so
they're calling a time out, they're having issues and trying
to figure things out moving forward. Just a rough patch,
non specific as to what really happened. But hey, relationships
aren't easy. They're tough, and you know, we want to

go over some of the advice that people ask foreign
and go through during these rough patches of life. I'd
like to say that you and I are experts in
the world of advice.

Speaker 1 (07:01):
Maybe a little bit like I mean, we've been there,
done that.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
We had our fair share of dating, you know, different
women over the year since we've been friends. You've said it,
and here's a couple pieces of pieces of advice from medio.
Number one, don't talk shit about a girl your buddy
is dating, because what will happen is this, she go
to the bar, your budd's sitting there crying over his beer. Man.

Speaker 1 (07:23):
Dude, she's the worst you ever left me. I hate her.
They don't know what you do.

Speaker 2 (07:28):
You say something stupid, like anyway, she was a bitch anyway, man.
And then two weeks later, your buddy's like, you know,
I'm back with Stephanie and you're like, oh, and for you,
because you were honest, you were trying to be a
good friend, Like yeah, man, you know what.

Speaker 1 (07:45):
She always seemed like, you know, not that trustworthy anyway.

Speaker 2 (07:48):
You know I heard things about her anyway better off
And now like he's mad at you because you were
trying to help him out. I think the real advice
here is just to let that person vent, don't say
too much, and just be here for support. Say shit,
I have two buddies that don't talk anymore because one
was going through a breakup and the other guy was
like he was joking but not He's like, yeah, I
never liked that dirty horde es abling Yeah. He was like, yeah,

no one liked her. Your family didn't like her. I'll
tell you what I didn't like her. And then they
got back together and he was like, yeah, I'm back
with her. Never heard from the dude again. What are
you gonna do? Talk smack about the significant other. Just
let your pal let your buddy vent about whatever they're
going through and be there for them to share a
drink to make them laugh. Yeah, don't disparage the other

person because rich is right. Chances are they'll get back,
maybe even if it's for a few months, they'll get back.
And then you look like the asshole. Yeah, don't be
that person. And you know you gotta keep in mind. Also,
don't give shitty advice. Nothing bothers me more than when
a buddy who comes to you or a friend, Like
if God forbid, you came to me with a breakup

scenario or one of our buds, and like, what should
I do if I gave awful advice like effort just
go bank someone else?

Speaker 1 (09:02):
That's like, like have.

Speaker 2 (09:04):
Some thoughtful advice, like the whole idea of like, you know,
to get over someone, you gotta get them.

Speaker 1 (09:08):
There's someone else, like, don't.

Speaker 2 (09:10):
Give cliche terrible advice of just like uh, you know,
how about you know from the recipient if you're going
through the struggles in the strife, you'll talk to anybody, right,
But how about don't seek advice from people who have
no knowledge in the dating world or the dating world today,
Like I could be talking to my parents or something.
My dad, I'm like a hey, why don't you just

you know, suck it up and move on. It's like,
well that it's not that easy, you know. It's like
sometimes they just don't get it because they haven't dated
anyone in one hundred and fifty years. So like, you know,
seek advice from people who are living it, who understand.
But also, you know, don't be giving crap advice either,
because it's a lot of things that you're gonna say
are way easier said than that relationships aren't easy. But

always remind your friend going through some shit that relationships
shouldn't be that hard, like it should make you happy.
Like I get it, kids, marriage, life, things aren't easy.
But if you've got a friend that's always bitching about
this girl or a girl that's bitching about how crappier
a dude is, it's time to move on, Like you
don't need to salvage everything.

Speaker 1 (10:15):
You know.

Speaker 2 (10:15):
What I would give along those lines, I'd give the
advice advice to not press so hard, because what I've
noticed in my relationships, in those frantic moments of trying
to save the relationship the way Larsa and Marcus are
trying to save theirs, sometimes the more you press the
more it backfires. The more you push, the more they pull.

You know, It's like Alex Rodriguez, the more he tried
to hit on run, the less he would, right. So
the more effort you're putting into it, the more desperate
you seem, and it turns off your partner. So back
off and relax and let it breathe a little bit,
then reassess. So I'm giving good advice, I think. Here on,
I promise, fantastic advice. Now one more quick, you don't
press so hard. One more quickie here and over promise

before we say farewell. And it's something we used to
do back in the day on our Serious XM show.
We still do it on our Patreon once in a while.
And that's a friend in need, and a friend in
need is a friend indeed. So you know, if you
ever have issues or you know some stuff you want
to run by someone, Hey, we're here, and John hit
us up in Toledo, and Holy Toledo. He said, guys,

I'm dating a new girl. I'll sum it up quick.
He's dating a new girl.

Speaker 1 (11:25):
And he sort of made hey, girl, what you're doing.

Speaker 2 (11:29):
I'm sorry he started dating this girl, and he made
some pretty sweet plans for this weekend, and she's like,
but this weekend's not Valentine's Day. I'm going to go
out tonight. And my first thought is if you bump
into someone that pulls that move, pain in the ass,
cut bait, jump ship. If some girls, it's a red flag.

I mean, hold on, when you look back at all
the efforts you put in in the early stages of
you're relationships, don't you think that's kind of nice?

Speaker 1 (12:02):
It's an early relationship.

Speaker 2 (12:03):
I think if you don't care, that's indication of you're
in a comfy relationship. Right, It's different stages of relationships.
You have a friend that a dear friend of ours,
okay that every year she's like, we're getting together for
my birthday. If her birthday lands on a Tuesday, she
expects everyone to go out to dinner on a Tuesday
night because it's her birthday. I'm like, hey, why don't
we just do something maybe Friday, but Tuesday is my birthday?

That to me is a pain in the ass characteristic.
And all you're doing is you're seeing an early sign
this person is needy a.

Speaker 1 (12:33):
F as the kids say, rich is really really against this.

Speaker 2 (12:37):
I'm wondering if it's justification for people who didn't plan ahead.
I think a lot of times people didn't plan ahead.
They're like, we'll just go out on Friday?

Speaker 1 (12:46):
Was the big deal because Valentine's Day is on Wednesday?

Speaker 2 (12:49):
And if if that's special to them, is it that
big of a d special to them?

Speaker 1 (12:53):
They're a child because you think so, why are you
so mad at that? Though?

Speaker 2 (12:59):
If you're with someone right now, Today's Valentine's Day? Is
Valentine's Valentine's five? Your girlfriend or wife? Yeah, what's interesting
in the world where everything's ever changed? Again?

Speaker 1 (13:08):
What about what about young new love? Young love?

Speaker 2 (13:11):
Like you want to go out and celebrate, you're gonna
tell some girl you're trying to impress. I'm just posing
a question. You're trying to impress this girl? Right, she
could be your future wife? You know. You know what
I thought about it? How about we just going Friday?
Because I really don't care that much. He's like, Oh,
I thought we were gonna do something. You're gonna want
to let down. I think this is good advice for

someone that's been in a relationship for a long time, because.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
Now it's too late that have you've been in a
relationship a long time.

Speaker 2 (13:36):
I think it's an early red flag that if this
girl is so demanding that, like.

Speaker 1 (13:40):
No, today it's Valentine's Day, can't do mad, I can't
do that. I say there's truth to a rich is saying.

Speaker 2 (13:47):
I think you make a mental note like, ooh, this
might be a high maintenance girl with a lot of expectations.
But I also look back at the attempts I made
as a as a younger fella, and I think that
was nice to me to try to go all out
to impress somebody, to show that you cared. Do you
have to do it on the actual day?

Speaker 1 (14:05):

Speaker 2 (14:06):
Is it better if a woman is more understanding that, hey,
we'll celebrate just on a day where it's not that crowded. Yes,
But I also think you should leave it up to her,
Like when you're calling that shot, I think I think you, hey, like,
let her sort of bring that up. That's my advice.
You know, I do agree with it. You know, what's
an interesting thought. We live in a world now where
everyone's so equal, rightfully, so you know we've come a

long way in twenty twenty four. Is there ever gonna
be a day where guys have to pretend that we
care about Valentine's.

Speaker 1 (14:34):
Day, like think about it? Is it? Is it all?
Because when we talk about you say you didn't appreciate
the Valentine guys.

Speaker 2 (14:40):
You know, But what I'm saying when we talk about
this on Fox Sports Radio or you're doing your stuff
on Serious XM, is Valentine's Day still accepted as a
holiday where men buy women something or do you have
to pretend like I'm a guy I want something to
because I.

Speaker 1 (14:52):
Don't give a funk or wagon?

Speaker 2 (14:56):
Are you projecting like the dinner doesn't matter? Yo, you
got turn up the riz a little. Expect something from me?
All that woman you care, you expect something. Here's what
I expect. I expect her to be grateful when I
hand her a box of Russell Stover's and gas station flowers, right,
and I get the caramels. That's a yeah, thanks for
the chocolates. And I eat the caramels, and that's all

I expect. Other ways, Russell Stover's and whitmen the same
level to you, whereas pharmacy chocolate.

Speaker 1 (15:23):
What I'm saying, like is one like is one like?

Speaker 2 (15:24):
The bootleg in your mind is like Whitmen below Russell
Stover's look, would you can't?

Speaker 1 (15:30):
I have a question. I think you got to bring
the romance.

Speaker 2 (15:33):
I think it's you can't be as harsh as rich
you're saying here, because if you're not bringing the romance,
someone else will. People are very disposable in today's world, man,
So if you're not willing to take around on this day,
if you're not willing to make reservations, if you're not
willing to buy some chocolates, someone else will. And women
have options. I'm just saying be safe. I'm saying play

the game and enjoy the night. Turn up the ris Man.

Speaker 1 (15:56):
To blow your mind. A Whitman sampler is made by
Russell Stover.

Speaker 2 (16:00):
Oh well, I'll say they got us by the freaking
away boss. And by the way, if she says I
don't like crossal stuff, I want seas.

Speaker 1 (16:08):
I'm reading a whole thirteen dollars on the Woman you love.
Yo sees candy.

Speaker 2 (16:13):
That shit's expensive, Rob g from Rob Parker Show, Yeah, yeah,
I bought some candy from his kids school. Yeah, it's
like thirty bucks or a little thing sees is the
top level, right, I bought one for my girlfriend. And
for my daughter. I think you also got to take
You got to take care of all the women in
your life. Hey, I love you like brother lovell. So look,
it's a little bit of what rich is saying. It
could be a red flag, but I don't think you

toss her to the curb because she has expectations. You
should have some for yourself. Spread the love, turn up
the rize. Someone just was rude to me reading our feedback.
Someone sent me a Valentine's Day card and it said,
hope you aren't looking for a ring love the forty
nine ers.

Speaker 1 (16:53):
I'm sorry, man, I'm sorry.

Speaker 2 (16:55):
Hey. By the way, isn't that an amateur move? Like,
don't get engaged tonight because considered like a gift? Don't
they say that about Christmas and every other get engaged
on a technical holiday. If you break up, you can't
get the ring back, So don't do it on a holiday.
A little reminder from us to you, all right, I
will see you guys on our next over. Promise to
enjoy your Valentine's Day. And if you don't do something tonight,
don't bitch you complain about it.

Speaker 1 (17:16):
We'll see you Tomorpy. Valentine's Papa.

Speaker 2 (17:19):
Until then, Aribaci Baby, see you in the over promised land. Happy,
Happy Valentine's poppy, Happy Valentine's popping, Happy Valentine's popping,
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