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June 13, 2024 27 mins

Nashville Hair Replacement is in the studio to give Eddie his new "hair system." Hear his reaction when his final look is revealed! Plus, find out how Lunchbox's parents got scammed and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:03):

Speaker 2 (00:05):
I have weird emotions about when people steal stuff. Like
as a kid, I like robin Hood, you know, stole
from the rich, gave to the poor. But then as
I got older, I was like, well, maybe only still
from the riches that had it given to them, not
the rich people that work for it from nothing that's you. Well,
it's just like a relatable like I came from the
trailer park and I want robin Hood stealing from you know.
So I started to have these nuanced feelings about it.
But you shouldn't steal, right, you shouldn't steal. And so

I was reading this story about this woman who stole
a van, and I'm going, Okay, does she want to
steal it to like turn it out? Like why is
she stealing it? Does she need a van to like
take your kids somewhere? Is she just stealing it to
sell the parts for drugs? You never know?

Speaker 3 (00:39):
She transport orphans.

Speaker 2 (00:40):
Exactly the Robinhood are transporting. So I have all these
emotions that are kind of battling with each other. And
then and then I think about people with the steal
cars and this is a big one, and they're like, oh,
I just saw a car and there's a kid inside
of it. I need to give the car back because
I don't want her, or I need to make sure
the kids in a safe place. And they go, Okay,
I'm doing something bad, but let me make sure that

something bad, bad doesn't happen, right.

Speaker 3 (01:02):
Like drop the kid off.

Speaker 2 (01:03):
Yeah, it's like somebody that steals a car but then
takes a kid and drops them off at a fire
station or to the parent. I don't know. You're like,
oh man, not all bad, Like something must be going
wrong in their life to do that.

Speaker 3 (01:13):
You have heart.

Speaker 2 (01:15):
So I have all these emotions and I read this
story a Texas woman was gonna steal this van, and
she did. She stole it and there was a dead
body inside because as a mortuary van.

Speaker 3 (01:25):
Oh so what do you do about that? That's somebody's family.

Speaker 2 (01:28):
Maybe she buries it as a service. She has a heart. Now, yeah,
how about that? Though, You're like, I got it, I
got it away away it. Yeah what end up?

Speaker 3 (01:37):
How about the funerals arect?

Speaker 4 (01:38):
I'ming to call a family like, well, I don't know
where your loved one is because.

Speaker 2 (01:43):
We love the van unlocked to the keys in it.

Speaker 3 (01:44):
Yeah, our van was stolen Yeah, who.

Speaker 5 (01:47):
Gets out of the van when there's a dead body
in it? Don't you can just drive us straight to
the funeral.

Speaker 2 (01:51):
You would think you wouldn't leave a dead body in
a van for any member, right.

Speaker 1 (01:54):
I mean, not even to go in and get food,
go through the drive through.

Speaker 2 (01:56):
A mortuary services driver already had a body and a
company vehicle. He stopped. He stopped. Here's here's why he
stopped at the hospital to pick up another body. When
the driver went inside, the woman got in the van
and it took off with the body. Okay, if you
have a body in there, don't you leave the door?
And she locked the doors and and lock it.

Speaker 5 (02:13):
Yeah, but you would think you had to leave it
running because you got to keep it cool in there
else it gets kind of hot. And then the body
started smelling or don't you I don't.

Speaker 2 (02:21):
Think it's like him, it's just spoil, Like, yeah, I
think it's And maybe.

Speaker 5 (02:26):
They put icebags in there, or why not call and
be like, hey, I'm out for can you bring the
body up?

Speaker 4 (02:31):

Speaker 2 (02:31):
I think it's like a bucket of milt back there.
I think I hear you. Uh. Anyway, they did find
they did get the van, the body was still back there.
That's from NBCDFW. They would returned to the mortuary services.
Charges are pinning against a woman.

Speaker 1 (02:44):
She was called dead to rights, okay.

Speaker 2 (02:46):
And also the van. You know, if she's stealing a van,
she might because she could have stole probably a nicer car.

Speaker 3 (02:52):
Right, it was what was available.

Speaker 4 (02:54):
I believe, like, I think she just saw an opportunity
and she took it because like do you go to
a hospital to is that where you look galt to.

Speaker 3 (03:00):
Steal a car?

Speaker 2 (03:01):
Maybe some people are in a rush.

Speaker 3 (03:02):
Or maybe she just got you know, discharged.

Speaker 2 (03:05):
She's in her gal she needed a ride. Uh. So
Eddie is getting his hair done, well sort of. Eddie
doesn't have hair. Eddie's bald on his head. He always
wears a hat. And he thought about having surgery, said eh,
I don't think I'm gonna do that, And so we said, okay,
what about what's It's not called that, but we would
call it like a tupe or a wig, but it's
called a hair system because far more complicated but far

far more real. Look and we haven't seen it yet.
He's in the other room getting worked on. We will
have his hair reveal coming up in just a little bit.
We'll check with them in a few minutes, and then
his reveal will be in the next fifteen to twenty
twenty five minutes.

Speaker 4 (03:38):
I was looking at some of the work that she's
done and it looks so legit, it's crazy.

Speaker 2 (03:42):
I can't wait. I'm not gonna know the guy. Yeah,
oh it's them all it. Hope he comes in.

Speaker 4 (03:47):
Thing of Morgan Wallen songs nos come and looking good
is a dirt.

Speaker 2 (03:52):
Okay, get it? I get it?

Speaker 1 (03:56):
Yeah, the mall.

Speaker 2 (04:02):
And it's a radio and the Dodgers keeps on.

Speaker 6 (04:09):
And his lunchbox more game too, Steve Bred haven't trying
to put you through.

Speaker 2 (04:14):
Fuck, he's running this week's next bit.

Speaker 7 (04:17):
The Bobby's on the box, so you know what this.

Speaker 6 (04:24):
The Bobby ball?

Speaker 2 (04:26):
All Right's that time Eddie's about to walk in. He
has not seen his hair yet. The thing is lunchbox
is gonna laugh regardless.

Speaker 5 (04:33):
This is gonna be incredible, just because I'm used a
bald boot.

Speaker 2 (04:37):
So Eddie has a new hair system, right. Julie said
that Julie Taylor has been here for over an hour
working with Eddie. You shaved his head completely bald with
a razor or clippers.

Speaker 6 (04:47):
With clippers just the grandpa haircut right in the middle.

Speaker 2 (04:51):
That's you know, I guess that's a grandpa. I think
it's like Anna bowl the bowl on his head like
the ring. So Eddie's gonna come in. He has not
seen his hair. How do you feel about Eddie's work?
Do you feel like it looks good?

Speaker 5 (05:03):

Speaker 2 (05:03):
Oh, yeah, does he look does he look natural in?

Speaker 6 (05:05):
It looks fifteen years younger.

Speaker 2 (05:07):
Does he think he's going to look good?

Speaker 6 (05:09):
I think so. He's just you know, it's funny because
he hasn't seen it yet, so he doesn't really know
how it's supposed to feel.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
Was he awkward in there, like didn't know what to say?

Speaker 6 (05:16):
He's not awkward. He was very calm and kept his
eyes closed and.

Speaker 2 (05:20):
Yeah, okay, well did you laugh at all?

Speaker 3 (05:23):
There was no laughing.

Speaker 2 (05:24):
Okay, it's just our friend, you know, Yeah, it is,
and it is. However, it's I get it, Yeah, I
get it.

Speaker 4 (05:32):
You got to roast him a little bit, but you
feel like this is one of your most like successful cases. Yeah,
a model after this, he really was the perfect candidate
for transformation.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
Okay, Billboards so at Nashville hair Replacement Dot com This
is Julie Taylor, and Eddie has not seen his own hair,
nor is he going to see it when he walks in,
So he's gonna sit with us first. We're going to
see it.

Speaker 1 (05:53):
Do we want us to hurt and tell us what
kind of haircuting game? Or are we just going to
see it? Like what style?

Speaker 3 (05:58):
To prepare you all out for it?

Speaker 2 (06:01):
Just through the glass bringing in, bringing in. Oh my gosh,
oh my god.

Speaker 3 (06:10):
Wow, it's so good. Wow, that looks so real.

Speaker 6 (06:15):

Speaker 7 (06:16):
I hear it looks so good, and I hear a laugh.

Speaker 1 (06:18):
No, no, no, wow.

Speaker 2 (06:20):
I wouldn't have known that was you.

Speaker 6 (06:22):

Speaker 7 (06:22):
Okay, what are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (06:24):
Hold on, I'm telling you what fresh.

Speaker 7 (06:28):
So this is not cool. Let me tell you. Let
me tell you.

Speaker 2 (06:30):
You haven't seen it. You look like you look like
your son.

Speaker 7 (06:33):
Yeah, that's crazy.

Speaker 2 (06:35):
More than ever, it's like your sixteen year old son.
You do look like your oldest son when you walked
in and was like, oh my wow.

Speaker 6 (06:45):

Speaker 3 (06:45):
I put money on the fact that he's keeping this
look for the rest of his life. Like, yes, you're
going to do the maintenance. There's no way you're getting
rid of this.

Speaker 2 (06:53):
Seriously, you're going to see it.

Speaker 7 (06:55):
Dude, Hold on, Hey, what kind of haircut do I have? Like,
what's my style?

Speaker 3 (06:58):
Don't even tell him?

Speaker 2 (06:59):
Okay, so I would say it's kind of like so
I mine naturally goes forward, but sometimes on screen, on camera,
I'll have to like like put it back just a
little bit, and I just got to like a little cool,
that's what that is.

Speaker 7 (07:11):
But it's long. I can like it's styled and stuff.

Speaker 2 (07:13):
I haven't touched it with your hand.

Speaker 7 (07:14):
No, I haven't touched it. I honestly, I was walked
to the bathroom and I walked like my my neck
was stiff because I didn't want to like move it.
And for the first time in my life, well not
first time, but in a while, I'm like, what, like,
it's my hair in place?

Speaker 2 (07:26):
Like I look good, dude, it looks real and it
looks good. And no one has ever if they don't
know you, no one's gonna say. I wonder if that
dude has anything on his head really legit, legit, legit
he wants to make fun of you if he wants,
go ahead, dude.

Speaker 5 (07:43):
It's hilarious because you have hair. But literally, like Mobby said,
if you're a stranger. You would have no idea you
were a bold fool. They would have no idea that
you have a system.

Speaker 7 (07:57):
In your hair. That's my system.

Speaker 2 (07:58):
You have like a side fade bit. So if I
get a hair cut, it's like shorter hair and it
fades up a little bit, like it's purposefully that way.

Speaker 7 (08:05):
I mean, I thought about telling her to do the
skin tight like Lunchbox does, but that's too much.

Speaker 1 (08:10):
Though it's hard.

Speaker 2 (08:11):
It's why it's well, no, it's because we only know
you as one one right and a little bit. I'm
attracted to you, so that's difficult.

Speaker 7 (08:17):
I know.

Speaker 2 (08:18):
Here we go. Eddie's not gonna look at his new
hair already and go.

Speaker 7 (08:26):
Whoa, whoa, dang, I have hair, dude, you know who.
I kind of look like the dude from Ted Lasso.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
A little bit. Yeah, do you want do you not
look like your son?

Speaker 7 (08:42):
I mean yeah, I mean I see it.

Speaker 2 (08:44):
It makes sense.

Speaker 7 (08:45):
This is unbelievable.

Speaker 2 (08:47):
Isn't that crazy?

Speaker 7 (08:48):
What the crap?

Speaker 2 (08:49):
I have.

Speaker 7 (08:51):
Hair and it looks real. This is crazy, dude. I
don't know what to say do. My wife's gonna flip
when I get home.

Speaker 2 (08:59):
I haven't told her, and you're not gonna tell her right, No.

Speaker 7 (09:01):
I'm just gonna I'm just gonna show up.

Speaker 2 (09:02):
Hey, hey, make sure the kids are out of the house.
You know what I'm saying.

Speaker 7 (09:06):
Yeah, hopefully.

Speaker 1 (09:08):

Speaker 2 (09:10):
So Julie question, can he touch it?

Speaker 4 (09:12):

Speaker 3 (09:12):
Yeah, you can burn your hands through it.

Speaker 2 (09:13):
I don't know if that's like a dry like a
dry I don't know what like when you can touch it.

Speaker 5 (09:18):
Now yet to take a shower, like, oh my, but
I don't bald spot on the back of my head.

Speaker 7 (09:24):
This is.

Speaker 1 (09:26):
Like turn let's see the back check it out, dude.

Speaker 7 (09:28):
Look wow, oh my god.

Speaker 2 (09:31):
Can I touch it?

Speaker 1 (09:32):
That fades in?

Speaker 2 (09:33):
Like it like a faded She also did a great
job with the haircut.

Speaker 1 (09:36):
That's what I'm saying. Like the looks like legit.

Speaker 2 (09:39):
So Eddie hasn't Eddie has new hair? Wow?

Speaker 3 (09:42):
Are there even little gray hairs? I gave him.

Speaker 1 (09:47):
Gray a little bit.

Speaker 8 (09:49):
You can't you can't even tell.

Speaker 2 (09:52):
Am I going to hard on it?

Speaker 8 (09:53):
You can't even tell by the line. There's no like line.

Speaker 3 (09:56):
But Bobby, do you see that gray hair?

Speaker 8 (10:00):
Oh yeah, this looks like all of his hair.

Speaker 3 (10:02):
Yeah, no, it's that's okay.

Speaker 2 (10:04):
So Eddie has new Julie, you're the Picasso of heads.

Speaker 6 (10:07):
Thank you, thank you.

Speaker 1 (10:09):
Hey, you do look like Nate, dude, you do. Look
I just phoned out the pictures I might do.

Speaker 5 (10:14):
They both got the big nose in the okay.

Speaker 2 (10:17):
So you had to cut his hair that he had.
He's not gonna go anywhere.

Speaker 3 (10:25):
This is so what you can give it a tug.

Speaker 2 (10:31):
No target, No, do not let him talget because he'll no, no, no,
it's it's I hear you. But this.

Speaker 7 (10:38):
Eddie, Okay, I gotta look at this again.

Speaker 3 (10:42):
He's gonna keep a looking at it.

Speaker 7 (10:43):
Unbelievable. I'm to look at myself for the rest of
the day.

Speaker 2 (10:46):
It feels like those videos where people that are colorblind
put on the color blind glasses. I can see the
colors for the first time. It's pretty cool. It's really cool, dude.

Speaker 7 (10:55):
I'm afraid I'm gonna get into a car wreck on
the way home looking in the mirror too much. Yeah,
all the time. Holy cra this is amazing.

Speaker 1 (11:02):
I need you to not keep this because I gotta
be able to make funny for being bold.

Speaker 2 (11:05):

Speaker 7 (11:05):
I think that's I think that might be done.

Speaker 2 (11:08):
So here's what we're gonna do. First of all, Hey,
your Instagram. Is it just no, not you? There's is it?
Nashville Hair Replacement? Okay at Ville Okay at Nashville hair Replacement.
The website is Nashville hair Replacement dot com. This is
so good, Eddie. I'll take a picture from my wife.

Speaker 7 (11:24):
This is magic.

Speaker 2 (11:25):
Come over here. Yeah, because she is going. I know
she's gonna say that looks freaking awesome. Hold on, wow,
that is a glamour shot. And you don't even do anything.

Speaker 7 (11:36):
Tell me what she says. I will and tell her
not to text my wife. Oh good point. Oh wait, yeah,
because she will.

Speaker 2 (11:42):
Julie. Any final thoughts on Eddie And if if people
want to call you and she could do you do
a consultation.

Speaker 6 (11:48):
She do free consultations in this line and even phone
consultations for people that live out of state. And yeah,
it's an easy process and people.

Speaker 2 (11:56):
People can fly in and get it done. She's the best.

Speaker 6 (12:00):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
Holy crap, I cannot believe how real it looks.

Speaker 7 (12:03):
You don't have a system on my head.

Speaker 2 (12:04):
And he can work out in sweat and not worry
about it.

Speaker 6 (12:06):
Yes, push it to the limits. I mean they are very.

Speaker 7 (12:09):
Active, she said, I can live a normal life, just
a normal life, do my everyday stuff.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
And your headphones are on and off of his head.

Speaker 2 (12:16):
Dude, the picture of you looks awesome, and she's like
a normal dude, it don't look like myself.

Speaker 7 (12:21):
That is unbelievable.

Speaker 2 (12:23):
Okay, we're gonna put all this stuff on the website too,
up on our podcast notes at Nashville Hair Replacement on Instagram,
Nashville hair Replacement dot com. Julie, thank you for your time, Eddie.
You look great. Help you feel good about it?

Speaker 7 (12:34):
Thank you, Julie, thank you so much. You might you
may have changed my life. Listen, dude. She says that
when people walk out of her salon, she notices they
walk taller. I'm already feeling that instant. I think I've
gained an inch just alone on my hair.

Speaker 2 (12:49):
Yeah, oh that's true.

Speaker 7 (12:50):
I am now six foot maybe six to one.

Speaker 2 (12:56):
Your hotest crat.

Speaker 1 (12:57):

Speaker 7 (12:58):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (12:58):
I've never said straight up you're like great, Yeah, you
like it. I like it, but I don't like love
love it because love love and it would mean it's
like weird and fake and like amazing and temporary, like
I really like it means it's.

Speaker 3 (13:12):
It's definitely temporary because.

Speaker 2 (13:14):
It doesn't have to be like yeah, oh, I can
do this for the rest of my life. It means
it's like consistently good your new hair. It's it's very
weird to me, Like first glance, I'm like, oh, I
don't know, it's just not me. I would bet it's
like somebody who needs to wear glasses for the first time.
It has to wear glasses every day. It just probably weird,
feels weird on your face because you're used to it.
Then you get used to it.

Speaker 3 (13:33):
But do you feel the glasses right now on your face?

Speaker 2 (13:36):
Sometimes I get in the shower with them on and
I forget they're even on.

Speaker 7 (13:40):
They fog up.

Speaker 2 (13:41):
But you can take a shower with your hair and
everything everything, dude, she said, Go to the beads, go
to the pool. The news is Eddie's got new hair.
The pictures are up. Go over to the Bobby Bone
Show Instagram. It looks it looks wonderful. I hope you
feel good about it.

Speaker 7 (13:54):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (13:55):
I wish it had been funnier. I'm gladly I wish
it had have been funnier for as friends. It looks
really good and I'm really happy for you.

Speaker 7 (14:02):
And I respect you all's opinion. I thought that was
just like so sweet of you guys, But I can
see the sincerity in you all spaces that even lunch
Box said, dude, I'm reliar with you.

Speaker 2 (14:11):
I didn't want to be sweet. I wanted it to
be No, I want it to be good, but part
of me wanted it to be hilarious, and it's not hilarious.

Speaker 7 (14:17):
It look good.

Speaker 2 (14:18):
Tickets you get tickets to Eddie's Hair. Yes out to
the Bobby Bone Show Instagram page's hear the news Bobby's
So you guys remember this. There's a TikTok train that
we're like, hey, you can get more stuff and when
you fly if you put it all in a pillowcase
and act like it's a pillow like if you can't
get stuff in your luggage clothes. So this guy tried

it and then it didn't work. So he puts clothes
and all kind of stuff on a pillow case to
take more stuff on a flight. It's like a carry on,
and so he puts it all in and he goes
and they're like, uh, yeah, no, you get to this
is check baggage. And then they're like, you're in trouble
you can't come on, and they banned it up on
the airline. What the airport told him he already had

a chance to pay, because then he didn't and they
called police because he wouldn't and he was like, no,
this is my pillow, like he helped. Why would you
hold tight to that, like you lost, take your mini
loss and go on your trip. It didn't work, he committed,
And so that's when the New York posts, so don't
do that. I guess you could do it like two sweatshirts,
because then it doesn't look weird, but if you put

a laptop in there, it's all in a weird way.
Jeorts are back. Yes, I felt like George's in over
in our space in the country music world, Middle America,
rural America, like jeorts never really left it, and in
the last few years, I feel like lot of people
been wearing shorts, myself included georts originally though started because

like I had two pair of pants as a kid,
two pair of jeans, and you didn't buy shorts. You
just cut them off in summer because you couldn't afford
to go buy shorts. So georts originally was poor people
taking their jeans and cutting them into shorts and so
now but you know they make George. They've made George
to look like they're cut cut.

Speaker 3 (16:04):
I never knew they were out, but hey, get back in.

Speaker 2 (16:08):
So George are back. We've seen a large rise of
consumers cutting and splicing full length jeans and then so
they started to make more and more. Again, George are back.
So feel good about it, like your hair, feel good
about confident you really wear georts? Oh I have, Yeah,
I have three or four pair. Why don't have to
cut them anymore?

Speaker 3 (16:24):
You buy them cut.

Speaker 7 (16:25):
I buy them as just they're just Jeene shorts and
they have like the threads kind of.

Speaker 2 (16:29):
I don't think I have any Georgs with threads. I
buy them now. I have two or three pair of
jean shorts with a hen with a hem and some
of them, though, aren't blue, like I have black, oh
black georts. I think about that New York Post that
story this this dad. So the story was he put

sedatives in his twelve year old daughter's friends, like smoothies
at asleepover. I don't know I even remember this terrible.
So there's an update to the story. The Oregon father
who drugged his twelve year old daughter's friends at a sleepover.
He has been sending to two years in prison, and
he claims he put the sedatives in the girl's drinks
because he wanted them to get a good night's sleep.
Michael Maiden was sent its Monday after pleading guilty of
putting drugs and fruit smoothies he served the young girls

when they were staying at his home in August twenty
twenty three. He apologized for his actions while claiming his
actions it was just because he wanted them to go
to bed. I was overly fixated on them going to bed. Yes,
that's true, he said he wanted them to sleep. The
next day, his wife divorced him shortly after the accusations
were leveled against him, and she retained custody the two children.

Speaker 1 (17:30):
New York Post.

Speaker 4 (17:31):
Yeah, if I'm one of those parents, I want more
than two years.

Speaker 3 (17:33):
Like I need more than that.

Speaker 4 (17:34):
You put my kids at risk, and he one of
the kids that was sitting the night just felt so
uncomfortable and called their mom and that's how it all unfolded.
Him was like, hey, come pick me up, Like this
is not okay. She's the one that didn't drink.

Speaker 2 (17:45):
She's the one that didn't fall asleep. Yes, so here's
the question. I wonder if they're because I think creepy, like,
is he trying to do something under the kids while
they're asleep? Right, that's where my mind goes. We read
so many stories on the internet. I don't what if
and he still should go to jail? What if really
he's like these stupid kids, like they should go to
sleep because they're annoying the crap out of me. I'm
gonna put no night quill. No, I still know what's wrong.

What I'm saying is he getting Does your mind go
to creepy like you wanted to do stuff to the kids,
or does your mind go what a terrible parent and
he just wanted to knock the kids out? O.

Speaker 4 (18:15):
My mind went to creepy And I'm sorry that's the
way we lean like, that's how the cookie crumbles if
you sedate children?

Speaker 2 (18:22):
Could it have been the other way though? That he
the parent? He was just so these kids are out
of control. I'm gonna freaking put some ni quill in
their drink.

Speaker 1 (18:30):
I mean it could it could.

Speaker 3 (18:32):
He's like pillow guys trying to.

Speaker 5 (18:34):
Say, here's my thing, is if they're being so loud.
Don't you have other options, like turn on a little
music in your room.

Speaker 1 (18:41):
I mean, I don't know how people sleep like.

Speaker 7 (18:42):
Headphones, but that's part of a sleepover, like you know
they're going to stay up late.

Speaker 1 (18:46):
I mean, it's just it just seems so weird.

Speaker 2 (18:50):
I wonder if they went through his computer, if there's
anything ever in his life that indicated that he was
creepy on kids.

Speaker 1 (18:56):
Oh, they had to have gone through his computer. I
mean they had, they did.

Speaker 2 (18:59):
Don't even think they would have it in the story,
Like you can't do that. You can't put, you can't
put stuff, and people's put theyre an adult much less
they're a kid. Like you're in a lot of trouble.
I just wonder because I go creepy immediately, and I
wonder if I feel guilty about going absolute creepy. Must
have been trying to do something to the kids, when
really he just may have been a stupid human and
like I'm trying to make the kids go to sleep.

Speaker 7 (19:16):
I feel like it's one hundred percent creepy. And this
is what the defense came up with.

Speaker 4 (19:19):
Yeah, I don't feel guilty at all, thinking even if
there's that point one percent that he was, you know,
trying to get them to go to sleep. Okay, fine,
call their parents and be like, here, your kids allowed
to take melowtonin.

Speaker 2 (19:31):
You know what he put in? Was it like benadryl?

Speaker 7 (19:33):
Yeah, it was some kind of was it something hard record,
it was for a neurological god, it was Oh it
was prescribed.

Speaker 3 (19:38):
Oh yeah, yeah. No it's not okay.

Speaker 2 (19:41):
No one's saying it's okay. I'm not saying it's okay
at all. I'm just trying to add a little nuance
to I immediately go, this guy must have been a creeper.
I'm trying to do some of those kids. And then
I go, maybe he was just a stupid human who
should go to jail over doing stupid things. And maybe
he wasn't. Did they investigate him to find out if
he'd done it to other kids? I think that too,
like maybe there are other kids have been And then

I go, maybe I shouldn't run down that rabbit hole
without having more information, but yeah, he should. He's in jail.

Speaker 5 (20:07):
It's so like to you women, he's undateable, Like I mean,
they're gonna google him in two years when he gets out.
Of jail when he tries to date, right, and he
is just oh, yeah, he's done. You can't. No, you're done.
Don't you can't date him.

Speaker 7 (20:18):
But some women like do date like murderers.

Speaker 2 (20:20):
And I think I'm saying, but that's like sexy because
they did something that's to get this has Like you're
messing with kids. Nobody likes that. Yeah, Like you go
to jail and they find out you murdered somebody. Oh
all right, welcome, you got John. You mess with kids.
They that's bad news in jail.

Speaker 1 (20:34):
Yeah, he'll be in the protective wing.

Speaker 7 (20:36):
He was.

Speaker 2 (20:36):
It was medicine, which is basically xanax.

Speaker 3 (20:39):
He put in crazy.

Speaker 2 (20:41):
Okay, next up, do guys tell their dads they love them? Well,
one guy kisses her down on the lips, and that's lunchwise.
Do you say you love him when you kiss him
on the lips?

Speaker 1 (20:51):
Yeah, I say, all right, love you.

Speaker 5 (20:53):
And I kissed him on lim And like when I
call him on the phone, I when I'm going on
the phone love you.

Speaker 7 (21:01):
Yeah, Yeah, that's normal.

Speaker 2 (21:02):
I do that.

Speaker 1 (21:03):
I mean, you don't.

Speaker 2 (21:04):
I never had a dad, so I didn't really have
that thing. And I don't do it with Arkansas, Keith,
you don't at all love you, man. I never hugged
himuntil I took him. We're both big Cups fans. He's
been a Cups fan his whole life. He kind of
bestowed that onto me, which was a curse I would
never wish on anybody until we finally won, but until
I took him to his first Cups again. When asked
some success, I was like, I'm gonna pay for I'm
taking him the first cup of game. I. We never

hugged each other, and I was so nervous. I was like,
I'm gonna hug him in the trip. Well, we were
like in Chicago, he's slying back to Arkansas and I
was lying here, yeah, and I was like, i'mn hug hi.
I'm gonna hug him. And it was really awkward and clunky,
and I was like, but it was like an eighth
grade dance, like but afterwards he felt good, Yeah, because
I did I did it.

Speaker 3 (21:40):
Yeah, he figured it out.

Speaker 7 (21:41):
Yeah, you know what, There's something I did at a
while back and I just like can't forget about it.
I hugged Ben Rector at the Million Dollar Show. I
told him I loved him and it was just a
moment of like, thank you for doing this show with us.
I love you, man.

Speaker 2 (21:54):
I thought you're gonna say I hugg Ben Rector and
got aroused. No, that's what I thought he was going
to say.

Speaker 1 (21:58):
I was going to say, he kissed it dad.

Speaker 7 (22:00):
But I mean we're talking about like I do tell
my dad I love you, but I don't tell other
dudes I love you, but I do sometimes.

Speaker 2 (22:08):
But guys always.

Speaker 3 (22:08):
Ended with man, I love you.

Speaker 7 (22:11):

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Guys never go I love you, They go love you man.
It's like it's like some weird abbreviation. So it makes
you feel better, like love you love you dude. Yeah,
that kind of thing. But we know what it means.

Speaker 7 (22:25):
It feels good to say I love you to another
dude sometimes.

Speaker 2 (22:27):
Yeah. Anyway, all right, guys. A majority of men to
express affection for their father, but one in five guys
never tell their dad they love them because quote it's
understood non health.

Speaker 7 (22:37):
No, they want to they want to hear it.

Speaker 2 (22:38):
They sure thought you were going to that place of man.
I was like, I thought you were, Ben. Ben thought
it was more than that. They came in all right,
there you go. That's the nose Bobby's Bobby Bone Show.
Sorry today.

Speaker 5 (22:57):
This story comes us from Saint Peter's Bird, Florida. A
thirty three year old man was out doing a little
spray painting, you know, vandalism. Police caught him and they
were like, hey, what's your name. He's like mister Monopoly,
and don't worry, I have a get out of jail
free card.

Speaker 1 (23:15):
Try to give it to him. That doesn't work in
real life.

Speaker 2 (23:18):
Was he weren't a monocle right right?

Speaker 3 (23:21):
Maybe he thought he was in the game, And what
if his.

Speaker 2 (23:22):
Name is mister Monopoly, that'd be cool, that'd be awesome. Yeah, Yeah,
And a judge really did give him a get out
of a jail card.

Speaker 7 (23:28):
How cool would that be if they if they gave
everyone I get out of jail freak everybody save the.

Speaker 2 (23:33):
Life or something, and you get one, you get one
crime that's maybe not a felony.

Speaker 7 (23:37):
I like that.

Speaker 2 (23:38):
See, I get I can go for that. But what
you're saying is none of that happened to this guy.

Speaker 1 (23:41):
No, none of that happened. They're like, sir, you can't
use that.

Speaker 5 (23:44):
And they finally found out his real name arrested him
for vandalism.

Speaker 4 (23:47):
Do you think there's a chance that all that an
officer might be like, well this is actually kind of cute.

Speaker 2 (23:52):
No, Or if it's a great art, he then allows it.

Speaker 7 (23:54):

Speaker 2 (23:55):
But if it's a mural high quality mirror, he's like
I need to arrest. Wow, after those flowers, you know what,
you're free to go.

Speaker 1 (24:02):
I agree with that.

Speaker 5 (24:03):
If it's a good mural and it's not just like writing,
I think it's pretty cool.

Speaker 2 (24:06):
Yeah, as long as it's somebody's house or like a business.

Speaker 1 (24:11):
Or like like, how do they get on the highway side?

Speaker 2 (24:14):

Speaker 7 (24:15):

Speaker 2 (24:15):
No, no, there's a ladder, right, No, people will like
risk their lives to go and paint that stuff they
like hang off the side of bridges and stuff. There's
no ladder to just vandalize.

Speaker 1 (24:26):
Think they just pull up in the highway and put
a ladder up.

Speaker 4 (24:28):
I think the ladder's on the pole, the billboard ladder
is its attached.

Speaker 2 (24:32):
The we're talking about bridges and stuff that hangover.

Speaker 5 (24:35):
Yeah, I'm talking about those signs that you drive under
on the highway, say ye, sit three miles.

Speaker 3 (24:39):
That's when they're committed to their climb for sure.

Speaker 1 (24:41):
All right, I'm lunchboxed that's your Bonehead story of the day.

Speaker 2 (24:45):
I just want to say today has been. It's a
glorious day in the history of the Bobby bone Show.
You know, somebody got very vulnerable and that person was
Eddie in a scalp and Eddie has new hair and
it was amazing. It's not called a two pay, it's
not called a wig. It is called a hair system.

Speaker 7 (24:59):
That's right. It on my head.

Speaker 2 (25:00):
It took an hour and a half or so to
put on. It looks as as as real as it
could look.

Speaker 7 (25:06):
Do you know what's crazy? I have a comb on
me at all times. Now.

Speaker 2 (25:09):
No, people don't do that, you know what their real life. No,
you should, no need for that. No, no, no, that's
not a thing unless you're like a greaser from like
the sixties. No grease sliding and you burn up, you
go to a mile.

Speaker 7 (25:19):
You guys with hair, don't have a queen.

Speaker 2 (25:21):
He'll do it all times. No, does mommy's.

Speaker 3 (25:23):
Hair look like he has a colt?

Speaker 2 (25:24):
That's wrong, it's a vibe. No, it's not a vibe.
You took a shot at me for no reason.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
You give it front pocket or back pocket?

Speaker 7 (25:32):
Back pocket?

Speaker 1 (25:33):
There you go, that's where you keep it.

Speaker 2 (25:34):
You should get to one of those switchblade combs. Yeah,
you should do everything that we've done and then gotten
away from. Love it like a day at a time.

Speaker 7 (25:41):
That's pretty cool. No need for a comb, really, even
if the hair gets out of place.

Speaker 2 (25:45):
Apparently mind looks terrible. So I don't carry a comb.

Speaker 7 (25:49):
Lunchbox carry it, yeah, carry it. He keeps bank trummers with.

Speaker 2 (25:53):
Him at all times.

Speaker 1 (25:54):
I don't have one, but Eddie you need one.

Speaker 6 (25:56):
Uh it.

Speaker 2 (25:57):
It looks but look at Eddie's hair. It's got to
feel but it's got a feeld bizarre though.

Speaker 7 (26:01):
Yeah. It feels like I have a bean bag on
my head.

Speaker 2 (26:03):
Oh yeah, that's what it feels when it was like
I always wake up and I'm like, good morning, bean
bag to my head. But that's just what That's what
our feels like.

Speaker 7 (26:09):
It's just foreign to have something on the top of
my head.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
It's real human hair though, Yeah, yeah, it's real hair.
So I'm saying that's real human hair.

Speaker 7 (26:18):
Yeah, it's pretty crazy, man.

Speaker 2 (26:19):
So Eddie has new hair. I commend you for letting
that happen.

Speaker 7 (26:24):
Thank you, I think I mean thanks to you guys too,
for the support and letting me do it, and.

Speaker 2 (26:29):
I wish it were funnier looking.

Speaker 7 (26:31):
I mean, I thought, you guys when I came back
in the room, I thought you guys were gonna just
completely laugh at.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
Me, which I kind of I you know, only eighteen
percent of me wish is that were the case.

Speaker 7 (26:40):
You guys made me feel good.

Speaker 3 (26:42):
I think we're just more in awe of how it
looks a little bit.

Speaker 2 (26:45):
I wish it came in and like kind of like
a goofy like shut side show Bob or something.

Speaker 7 (26:49):
Well, you know, when she first put it on, it's
like a full wig with like hair, like long hair,
so she has to shape it into what it is now.
And I told him, like I should just go in
like this, Joe Dirt, Lamull whatever.

Speaker 2 (27:01):
Check out Eddie's hair. He got a whole new hair
system today. Go to whatever social media we have all
of them and check it out. That's it for today's show.
Tomorrow's the reveal of Raised Truck. It's been gone for
a month. Chase Matthew brings it in. He's had it
for a month. You're doing god knows what to it. Goodbye, everybody,
Bobbit Bones
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