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May 14, 2024 37 mins

A listener sent in an email asking for advice on how to play her role as a stepmom to a teenage daughter. Plus, Bobby brings a caller on to play the 'product slogan game', where he plays clips of slogans, and the show guesses the product!

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Mom transmitting.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
Lisa, Welcome to Tuesday Show Morning Studio. Morning.

Speaker 3 (00:13):
I'm gonna ask you your one morning habit that you
have to do or you feel like your home morning's off.

Speaker 2 (00:17):
So think about that. You may have four or five,
but what's the one.

Speaker 3 (00:20):
I want to say, what's the one thing you have
to do where you're like, oh no, my day's not
going to be right.

Speaker 2 (00:24):
Because I have a story here.

Speaker 3 (00:25):
Four bad morning habits and then four good morning habits.

Speaker 2 (00:29):
Let's see where they fall amy.

Speaker 4 (00:31):
For me making my bed?

Speaker 3 (00:33):
Wow, don't make your bed, you feel less, like like
you're not complete.

Speaker 5 (00:37):

Speaker 6 (00:37):
And I used to not understand that at all. My
sister was always a bed maker and I wasn't. And
I didn't get it when I would go to her
house and her bed look perfect first sing like on
a Saturday, and like what. But now I get it.
And for the past I don't know, four years or so,
I've been making my bed every day and I love it.

Speaker 3 (00:55):
Is it about getting back into it and it's made?

Speaker 6 (00:58):
It's about well, it's I just I learned the first
thing you can do right when you get up to
be like, whoa, look at what I just did.

Speaker 4 (01:05):
I accomplished something, and.

Speaker 6 (01:06):
It just feels good to do that and check that
box and then yes, when I return to it in
the evening, it feels nice to pull back sheets and get.

Speaker 4 (01:14):
Into a made bed.

Speaker 3 (01:15):
I never made my bad, but my wife's still in it,
so that would be weird. You make it? Okay, put
this going here? Lunchbox, Oh, eat breakfast? I mean, if
you're pretty commonly, yeah, some people are like, oh, I
just you know, and I don't have time.

Speaker 5 (01:31):
I gotta go.

Speaker 1 (01:32):
Well, then you're grouchy, you're hungry, and you don't know
when you're gonna eat.

Speaker 5 (01:34):
You're in a bad mood, you get a headache.

Speaker 2 (01:36):
Wait, do you sit down and have breakfast at the table?

Speaker 5 (01:39):

Speaker 2 (01:39):
By yourself?

Speaker 3 (01:40):
I mean mom's in the dark. Mom's gonna be a
bit more specific because mine is have cereal. There's a whole
ceremony I have with my cereal. If I don't have cereal,
no matter what the breakfast is I have, I need
a bowl of cereal. I need the whole milk on
the table. Back of the cereal box. Like to read
that and also have my.

Speaker 4 (01:56):
Every day you read the same box.

Speaker 2 (01:57):
Yeah, Well, there's always new stuff to learn. You play
the game.

Speaker 3 (01:59):
Also keep like Twitter up at the same time. But yeah,
mine's very much a cereal type thing. But I haven't
been able to have cereal in like four weeks. Well
that's because you abused really thrown me out. Well, I
was having like twelve.

Speaker 4 (02:10):
Owl today, right, lots of ceremonies.

Speaker 2 (02:14):
Well I need the morning ceremony though. He told our
trainer that he's like, what, what'd you say?

Speaker 3 (02:18):
Well no, but also eat pretty healthy cereal, but still
twelve bowls to day's stuf.

Speaker 4 (02:22):
You could have one, just you you.

Speaker 2 (02:24):
Think, right, you think it doesn't work that way. You
tell that to people that have all diferent kinds of addictions.
Just have one, Okay, you're addicted to serious. I am
dany man. I'm sorry. Hey guys, this is Bobby. He's
addicted to Bobby Bobby. Okay, So lunchboxes and lies are
pretty much the same.

Speaker 3 (02:38):
I try to stretch a little bit in the morning,
but I think if I don't stretch, I'm okay with it.

Speaker 4 (02:43):
It's not off.

Speaker 2 (02:43):
It's not off. Yeah, Eddie coffee, I gotta have my coffee.
You make it yourself.

Speaker 7 (02:48):
It's an espresso. But like that's the thing. Though, if
there aren't pods, like it's a rough.

Speaker 3 (02:53):
Morning, do you blame yourself or your wife if there
aren't pods? My wife because she orders the pods. However,
I do have a regular pot.

Speaker 7 (03:01):
So if I'm like, really, because my morning's on time
I have, it's perfect, Like I get up, shower, coffee.
And if I'm like two minutes off shower in the
morning every every morning, never do Yeah, I don't because
I don't want what my wife up and then I
just get too lazy to go upstairs. But like, if
anything's wrong with my routine, I'm gonna be late. So
whenever there's no pod, I like scramble. I'm like, I
gotta find coffee and then I'll get my coffee maker out,

make it real quick, and it's not as good and
it ruins my morning.

Speaker 4 (03:26):
Nighttime, you needs to take care of morning you and you.

Speaker 6 (03:28):
Should check and make sure you've got pods.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Why are you talking to me like a child?

Speaker 8 (03:32):

Speaker 2 (03:33):
That's funny, that's right.

Speaker 6 (03:35):
Like the best way you can prepare for the next
day is the night before.

Speaker 2 (03:39):
I patched my bags and everything, well I do.

Speaker 3 (03:41):
I Like, I lay my clothes out and stuff for
the next day, you do, because because I don't want
to have to worry about that in the morning whenever
I'm have my exact schedule to go through to get.

Speaker 2 (03:49):
Out the door a certain time, like socks and everything.

Speaker 6 (03:51):
Yes, a successful morning starts the night before, a successful
year starts the year before.

Speaker 4 (04:00):
The life starts.

Speaker 3 (04:01):
Well, so here you go. Four morning habits. These are
the bad ones. Number one, don't wake up to an alarm.
It causes immediate anxiety, they say. Try to use foreign alarm,
something more soothing. So even if your alarm is like
one of those.

Speaker 2 (04:16):
Mine's nice. Now. Yeah, so theirs is like, don't wake
up to.

Speaker 4 (04:20):
That's stressing me at right now.

Speaker 3 (04:22):
I don't immediately try to problem solve. That groggy feeling
is called sleep inertia and typically last fifteen minutes to
an hour. So let yourself ease into the day.

Speaker 2 (04:31):
Dude, I wake up and it's like, let's go.

Speaker 5 (04:34):
I got it.

Speaker 2 (04:34):
I had nine things to figure out before you even
leave the house.

Speaker 6 (04:37):
You know what else gives sleep inertia is snoozing, and
thanks to you, guys, I don't snooze anymore.

Speaker 3 (04:42):
We kind of shamed you out of that or what. Basically, yeah,
good for us. Don't dive straight into emails.

Speaker 2 (04:47):
You go straight to emails.

Speaker 3 (04:48):
I have to the red dots on my phone to
clear the red dots immediately, every red dot.

Speaker 4 (04:52):
Don't look at it.

Speaker 3 (04:53):
Nope, yeah, that's that's like I don't feel good, something hurts, well,
just don't don't go to the.

Speaker 2 (04:56):
Doctor for it.

Speaker 4 (04:57):
Oh, I don't look at my phone.

Speaker 3 (04:58):
If I don't get every red dot off my phone.
This is one of mine, other than cereal. Every red
dot's got to be clear from my phone before I
leave the house.

Speaker 2 (05:04):
Oh man, it's exhausting. You have how many red dots?

Speaker 4 (05:09):
Be honest, well, I haven't even really looked at my phone.
Look at it now, let's see.

Speaker 6 (05:14):
Let me just see here when it comes to text
four hundred and fifty five.

Speaker 4 (05:20):
And then emails five thousand.

Speaker 6 (05:22):
Oo, it just went from forty eight to four ninety
while I was looking at it five thousand.

Speaker 3 (05:27):
I couldn't live. I'd never come to work because I'd
be clearing those out.

Speaker 7 (05:30):
You have zero unread emails on your phone, so I'm
sure someone come in I have so yeah.

Speaker 2 (05:39):

Speaker 4 (05:40):
Wow, maybe it's the same too, I just got it.

Speaker 2 (05:43):
I don't think so.

Speaker 4 (05:44):
Oh, we're not on the same kind of emails.

Speaker 2 (05:46):
No, because this was about collectibles.

Speaker 3 (05:49):
Okay, definitely memorabil Bobby, thank you very much. The other
one is, don't focus on what we're wrong yesterday. Try
to yo, oh man, that's to most of that stuffs
in an email, so I.

Speaker 2 (05:59):
Have to look at it.

Speaker 3 (06:00):
Try your best to start fresh the good things you
want to do. Focus on what you want to achieve,
and make a list. Number two, start with some deep breathing.
The problem is it's hard to deep breathe and meditate
and take time for yourself if you don't have the time.
Because sometimes things happen in the morning and it's not
like you're in a hurry. You can go, I'm gonna
stop this hurry and really focus. Can you do that
the night before? Like Amy said, nighttime stelf care. Look

at something that makes you smile. So I have a
picture of all you guys up, that's home.

Speaker 2 (06:27):
That's nice man.

Speaker 3 (06:28):
Yeah so, but then I flip it down though, but
look at my memorability to make me smile?

Speaker 2 (06:32):
Yeah, got it? And then finally get moving.

Speaker 3 (06:35):
Doesn't have to be a full workout if I don't
ever use my alarm because I wake up like super anxiety. Like,
but I I'll go walk some mornings, not as a
walk on the treadmill because I refuse. Well, I hate walks,
said at one set. Again, I got a car for that.
But yeah, get it, like getting up and around.

Speaker 6 (06:50):
So you wan't walk on the roads with the trees,
but you'll walk nowhere.

Speaker 3 (06:54):
I will walk to try exercise purposes inside because I
have a card to get me places, and I'm allergic
to all this stuff in the trees, and there are
cars that can hit me.

Speaker 2 (07:05):
There is that. Yeah, guys, don't think about it. That's
real life stuff. It's in the New York posts.

Speaker 3 (07:11):
Let's open up the mailbag, you friend the game nail
and get reading all the air.

Speaker 6 (07:16):
Pick something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (07:19):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones.

Speaker 3 (07:20):
I'm having trouble figuring out where the line is when
it comes to my role between my teenage stepdaughter and
her biological father. Her biodad is constantly gaslighting her, criticizing her,
and making her cry. I've been there to talk to
her when she needs it, but I've been careful to
stand back and not be critical because he's our real dad.
After all all that said, I've tried to show the

importance of setting boundaries and sticking to them and hoping
that that eventually sinks in beyond that, is there anything
I can do sign Blake the bonus dad. Yeah, you're
getting into that territory that once you commit to it,
you're always there. Meaning the first time you get in
a fight with her biological dad about her, that cannot

be erased. That will always be something between you two
and it will probably not be better for a long time.
If you're talking to her when she needs to be
talked to, that's great. I don't think I'd be volunteering
something that you really don't know the whole story too.
You don't know the real dynamic probably between the daughter
and the dad. Now, if he's like hurting her, if

it's like really, then you need to go to the
mom like emotional abuse and let her be the person
that takes the battery round and bust to the door
like Swat Team does.

Speaker 2 (08:31):
She needs to be that.

Speaker 3 (08:32):
That's her role in this. I would say, don't set
yourself up as the adversary of the biological dad. If
you have to set that up, you need to set
it up as a mom as the adversary because it's
a little bit of not your chili. It's your chili
a little bit too, but it's a little bit. It's
enough not your chili that it's not going to be
healthy if you jump in that and get in the mix.
If somebody's got to get in the mix, you need it.

Speaker 6 (08:52):
To be that mom and your opinion and feelings and
however you choose to handle it regarding that can be private,
like not in front of the kid or saying anything
about the dad to the kid, because I feel like that's.

Speaker 4 (09:05):
When things get messy.

Speaker 6 (09:07):
I think you have the right idea of like playing
the long game of like if you're consistent, reliable, loving
there for them, you kind of do the opposite of
what the biodad is doing. Like that consistency will pay
off and they'll eventually realize how their dad is and
you're helping in still boundaries for them and whatnot.

Speaker 4 (09:25):
So I think it's the long game here.

Speaker 3 (09:27):
I'm sure you already have a negative feeling about the
biodad anyway, considering he was married to the mom.

Speaker 2 (09:32):
Yeah, yeah, before you were X. It's probably doing dirty
stuff with her and that you think about that and
you're like, oh, now he's thinking about it, right, Oh
I didn't.

Speaker 3 (09:41):
That relationship just naturally isn't the cleanest some of them,
some of them were great, some of them end up
being in great places. But I would say that if
you need somebody to jump in and be the adversary
of that dad, it can't be you. It's got to
be the mom. You got to go talk to your wife,
her mom. If you feel like something really is going wrong.

Speaker 6 (09:59):
That's probing me hard sometimes to try to not jump
in and be the fixer right away the way you
would want to do it.

Speaker 4 (10:04):
But you just have to be patient.

Speaker 3 (10:06):
Yeah, neally not your thing to fix, right. Appreciate the
email though. It sounds like you care, and that's very valuable,
So continue caring. All right, close mail bag. We've got
your game mail and we read it on your Now
let's find the clothes.

Speaker 4 (10:21):
Bobby fail bag.

Speaker 2 (10:24):
On the phone. Now it's Katie. Hey, Katie, good morning,
good morning.

Speaker 3 (10:29):
So we're gonna play a game called Bobby Bone Show Trivia,
and if you win, you win crap from the back. Now,
this is an extensive list of crap we had. We
have a it's not actually crap. That's what we call it.
We have a Bobby Bone Show official T shirt. I
didn't even know we had. Hey, that's not I haven't
even seen that before my whole life. We have a
Warren Zyder's hat, a Pimp and Joy USA sweatshirt hoodie,

and then three DVDs Wonka Justice League Crisis.

Speaker 2 (10:56):
You don't even know what these are. I mean DVDs.

Speaker 3 (10:58):
I don't even like that called Beekeeper with Jason Statham.
So you want a lot of crap from the back.

Speaker 2 (11:03):
Here, here we go. You have to get four out
of five to be a winner. Are you ready?

Speaker 8 (11:07):
Yep? Here we go.

Speaker 2 (11:08):
Question number one? What country did Amy adopt her kids from?

Speaker 4 (11:13):

Speaker 2 (11:13):
That is correct? Amy? Would you like to add anything
to that?

Speaker 4 (11:19):
That's awesome that she got it there from poor to
Prince Haiti.

Speaker 6 (11:22):
Well, that's sorry, I adopted them from but my daughter
in case we want to get more difficult. One day,
she was born in Lecai, and then my son in
cide Sole.

Speaker 2 (11:31):
And why Haiti.

Speaker 6 (11:33):
I went there on a trip to work with women,
and we were already in the adoption process for a
newborn domestic baby, and that process was taking forever. And
then while at the orphanage where these women worked. I
noticed that some of the older children we had a
less likely chance of getting adopted once they hit a
certain age. So my husband at the time, we adopted

two older kids. By the time they got to America,
they were seven and ten.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
That's correct, and you also get a point. Oh, thank you, Yes,
that's correct. Okay.

Speaker 3 (12:04):
Question number two, what city has a sign up that
says Welcome to the boyhood home of Bobby Bones.

Speaker 2 (12:12):
Shoot, I guess what town. I'm not from a city.
I'd say I'm from a town. Yeah, what's that? What's
my hometown? I know it's in Arkansas.

Speaker 4 (12:21):
Everybody drives through it, everybody takes pictures with it.

Speaker 3 (12:25):
There's actually a bullet holes on the sign now, which
I don't know if that's for me specifically.

Speaker 2 (12:29):
Now we're just shooting or board. Wow.

Speaker 3 (12:31):
Okay, so I'm gonna have to buzzy on that one.
But the answer is Mountain Pine, Arkansas.

Speaker 2 (12:37):
That's right.

Speaker 3 (12:37):
Yeah, that's right. I get a point too. Yes, population
seven hundred. It's in central Arkansas. And they did put
up a sign that says boyhood home of Bobby Bones.

Speaker 2 (12:46):
Some people a shooting that thing.

Speaker 5 (12:47):

Speaker 2 (12:48):
I graduated with about fifty kids, not quite fifty, a
little less than fifty. But that was my graduating high
school class. What was yours my class?

Speaker 5 (12:57):

Speaker 2 (12:57):
Five hundred.

Speaker 4 (12:58):
Yeah, I don't know.

Speaker 6 (13:00):
I think when we started out we had like a
thousand freshman year, but by the time we got to
senior year, a few hundred had you know, gone their own.

Speaker 4 (13:09):
In the hundreds.

Speaker 2 (13:10):
Yeah, yeah, we were.

Speaker 3 (13:11):
Five, so you can't miss another one who on the
show went to jail after a prank went wrong when
they went into a store to buy gum wearing pantyhose
over their head.

Speaker 4 (13:21):

Speaker 3 (13:22):
Correct, We really don't talk about that a lot, but
it was a bit we did. That lunchbox ended up
in the big House, the Slammer prison.

Speaker 5 (13:30):
Yeah, they locked it and locked me in through the key.

Speaker 3 (13:32):
Away they but he got the key out somehow of
the garbage. Next up, who was my partner during my
winning season of Dancing with the Stars?

Speaker 2 (13:43):
That is correct? Nice show. Wow, that's quick.

Speaker 3 (13:45):
Okay, one more for all the marbles. There's one part
of my body that doesn't work. Name it.

Speaker 2 (13:54):
That's vulnerable color vision.

Speaker 3 (13:58):
You know what, I'll accept that I am color blind.
My right eye doesn't work though it's like eight percent version.
But I will take color blind as well as we'll
lump them into the same thing that is.

Speaker 5 (14:07):
Correct for.

Speaker 2 (14:09):
Hue Job.

Speaker 3 (14:10):
You get well, there's a lot of crap from my back. Yeah,
but we'll also sign something for you.

Speaker 6 (14:16):
And the shirt'school, the sweatshirt Pimi and Joy such trip,
it's cooled.

Speaker 4 (14:18):
The Warrenziger huts cool.

Speaker 3 (14:20):
We don't know if it evane fits her. And the
DVDs are cool man, Yeah, that's all great. Would you
like a cassette, maybe a vinyl, maybe an eight track
to go with it? Do you even have a DVD player?

Speaker 2 (14:29):
Yeah, I'll tell you what.

Speaker 3 (14:30):
You play them on a plane station?

Speaker 2 (14:32):
Yes, yes, Okay, signed The Walk a DVD for her.
It sounded great. Interesting. Why not we signed like Willie Wonka.
Oh we just live right on, okay, Bobby Edy, Angy,
Lunchboxing Katie.

Speaker 4 (14:44):
Yes, I just want to say too to lunch Box
I totally recognized Scuba and Abby at the same Jude
banquet and he.

Speaker 3 (14:52):
Can just oh you went yes, okay, lunchboxs said they
won't recognized and he was mad that he wasn't hired.

Speaker 1 (14:58):
I love that they put on a caller that they
knew was there. They said, Hey, we're gonna call you.
Say you were at this event. Say you recognize this.

Speaker 2 (15:05):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 9 (15:07):
Whibby munchbox.

Speaker 2 (15:12):
When's the last time you called nine one one?

Speaker 5 (15:14):
Ah, it's been a few months.

Speaker 2 (15:19):
Do you start to get the itch.

Speaker 5 (15:20):
I've been missing it. I've been looking. I've been like
really searching.

Speaker 3 (15:25):
This guy loves his hobbies, all right, calling nine one
one interesting. Now, saving lives you don't call as a joke, No,
save lives. But sometimes people would consider what you call
for to be maybe not as serious as you think.

Speaker 1 (15:39):
Right, Like when someone broke into someone's car at the park,
called nine one one. Well, yeah, but they told me
it should be just non emergency because no one's in danger.

Speaker 2 (15:50):
Yeah, that makes sense. But I did call it because
it was happening.

Speaker 5 (15:53):
No, no, no, we came upon it, and.

Speaker 2 (15:57):
That's not an emergency.

Speaker 5 (15:58):

Speaker 1 (15:58):
I called nine to one one because there was a
kid out of the car seat leaving the Chick fil A.

Speaker 2 (16:02):
See that's a little too dramatic.

Speaker 5 (16:04):
That's dangerous.

Speaker 3 (16:06):
Would you call but a kid not wear a helmet
on a bicycle? That's not Would you would that's not
against the law.

Speaker 2 (16:13):
That is dangerous.

Speaker 5 (16:15):
Kills can ride bikes without a helmet.

Speaker 2 (16:17):
Anyway, LUNCHBUCKX loved nine one. He loves to call it.

Speaker 3 (16:20):
A Boston man called nine one one for something that
wasn't an emergency. You're not supposed to do this, and
the police ended up coming. But the twenty five year
old man named Chris called the line and explained he
was calling it because he wanted someone to wish him
a happy birthday. The dispatcher said they could tell wasn't
a prank call, that the guy really was kind of sad.
I want a birthday wishes, so and I'm trying to

say this delicately. The person that was answering the call
could tell something was not good with the guy or
something something was up. So they did send cops, but
they actually sent two cops with a muffin and a
birthday candle in it. Oh, so the guy was lonely
and they said happy birthday, and it's pretty cool.

Speaker 2 (17:00):
Well, they didn't have to do that.

Speaker 3 (17:01):
They didn't have to do that at all. That's pretty cool.
Now calling because the kid's not in their car seat
leaving Chick fil A. That's nine one one, it's I
don't think it's emergency. Is his life at risk?

Speaker 4 (17:14):
Have no kids ever? Just like not buckled up right
away when you've been with the car moving.

Speaker 5 (17:19):
No, no, no themselves yet Oh well them's five, yeah,
but those it's it's kind of tight. And then you
got to hole the tightener.

Speaker 2 (17:27):
He's five and you can't do that yet. Oh anyway,
that's what it's all about. Thank you. That was telling
me something good. So what's the assassin game?

Speaker 6 (17:38):
Well, a lot of the high schoolers are playing around
town and they have water guns and they well shoot
each other and you're either in or you're out. And
my daughter has been in for a while. She finally
got out, but I was very I don't understand.

Speaker 2 (17:53):
It's like these nuts where you don't want to be in,
like the one person's in.

Speaker 6 (17:57):
You just don't want to get shot with the water gun.
You don't want to get shot by anybody else. And
they're going around the neighborhoods. It's like all they'll knock
on your door, and my daughter's like, don't answer the
door if people come to the door, because it's.

Speaker 2 (18:08):
That elaborate people out of school.

Speaker 6 (18:09):
Yes, they come, and they come and pick each other
up in the car. Is like she left the other
day for like fifteen minutes and I call, I said,
where where did you go? She's like, Oh, I'm just
neighborhood down the street. Be back in a few assassin Like.
So there it's this whole thing and multiple schools are
in on it and kind of everybody's playing it.

Speaker 4 (18:27):
At first, I was really against.

Speaker 2 (18:29):
It, and now I understand what am I not getting?
So is there a list of people.

Speaker 8 (18:35):
They all know?

Speaker 4 (18:36):
They just know, and once you're out, you're out, and
you kind of abide by the rules.

Speaker 2 (18:40):
Like she knows she's out, so she's no longer an assassin.

Speaker 4 (18:44):
Correct, Like she got out and she thinks she was
set up actually, like she she got back. She's like,
I got shot and.

Speaker 2 (18:50):
I think you get back in.

Speaker 4 (18:53):
I don't know.

Speaker 6 (18:53):
I guess I haven't figured that part out. I guess
not because she hasn't gotten to play ever since she
got out.

Speaker 2 (18:58):
And then people come to your door looking to assassinate it.

Speaker 4 (19:00):
Well, she said, if they did come to the door,
do not answer the bushes. They hide in bushes.

Speaker 6 (19:06):
You were in the woods, like she brought ticks and like,
I'm pretty sure ticks like got in her hair, and
like kids were finding ticks on their body because they
were camping out in the woods waiting for this one
kid to come out of his house because he needed
to get squirted. I like to call it squirted, I know,
but that just uh just it just was really frustrating
me that it had.

Speaker 2 (19:25):
To be The game is called Assassin exactly.

Speaker 6 (19:28):
I know, why can't we call it like squirt? So
but it's obvious that it is a water gun, which
that was my concern. Hers is like Neon green. But
I thought, if all these kids were just riding around
town trying to like shoot at each other with water,
make sure that it's water.

Speaker 4 (19:49):
I can't. I don't know.

Speaker 6 (19:50):
I can't guarantee how every single kid is playing. Yeah,
I'm sure they're shooting out of cars.

Speaker 3 (19:54):
So us as kids and as adults, it's a similar
game we play. It's called these Nuts or you just
don't want to be on the islands. You're the last
one to get God. But it sounds like a bigger
version of that. Yes, you know, who would be good
at Assassin game on the show? No, see that's the point.
Nobody says who, because if you say who and I

go these nuts and then you're on the island, which
is like being assassinated.

Speaker 2 (20:19):
And let's not bring that one back. You know, Well,
we had a rule we couldn't play in the air anymore,
and I was just trying that out.

Speaker 6 (20:26):
It is very similar, except for with these nuts, like
it's harmless, and when.

Speaker 4 (20:33):
I know it is, but I mean just driving around
town with like, I.

Speaker 6 (20:35):
Just don't want anybody to get confused that it's not
that it's not a water gun.

Speaker 2 (20:40):
You think people can use a super so socer for
AK forty seven. Remember you're a little handheld.

Speaker 6 (20:44):
I even said to my daughter, I said, am I
the only one that has expressed any concern about this?

Speaker 2 (20:48):
And she said I think so, Mom, But are they
doing this at school too?

Speaker 6 (20:51):
It's off camp, it's not only off yeah, but I
think the school knows they play it. And now now
I talk to the parents about it's like a how's
your day, I'm like, so your kid's still in and
then one dad is like, oh, my daughter got out
first day.

Speaker 3 (21:05):
On it.

Speaker 5 (21:06):
There's a Wikipedia page.

Speaker 2 (21:08):
Oh really, yeah, a water gun game.

Speaker 1 (21:10):
It's I've been googled, I said, Assassin water game and
it comes up on Wikipedia and it talks about how
it's among the high school seniors or graduating senior classes
and they've been playing it for years.

Speaker 2 (21:22):
That's great, but it's this is the last one standing
when something read the rules.

Speaker 3 (21:26):
Man, we could play that game where out of the
building we can play assassin and the last one standing
when it's fifty bucks or something.

Speaker 2 (21:35):
I like it.

Speaker 4 (21:36):
So when we're in the parking garage, we can get
you know.

Speaker 2 (21:39):
It can't be at work, scorted, it can't be at work,
but adult Assassin. Don't be driving around with your windows down.
We will get you if you if you see see
your door, don't.

Speaker 1 (21:49):
Some of these, like this one I'm reading, is there's
one assassin and he goes or he or she goes
running shoots everybody. But once you're eliminated, you can't tell
other people who the assassin is. So not everybody is
an assassin in this version. But this is weird, man,
I didn't realize. It's like a murder mystery.

Speaker 5 (22:05):
I like it.

Speaker 4 (22:05):
Every school might do different too. Because my daughter is
not a senior.

Speaker 3 (22:08):
Do we need to figure out the roles for adult assassin.
The problem is somebody like Scuba Steve who lives out
in BfV. How are we gonna shoot him?

Speaker 2 (22:17):
We'd have to make the drive. You have to chase
him and it's truck yep following it.

Speaker 4 (22:21):
You have to see him at the grocery store.

Speaker 2 (22:22):
Yeah, yeah, Yeah, I go out and do stuff.

Speaker 3 (22:23):
Okay, think of the game for adult Assassin. We can
talk about in the post show. This goes back to
nineteen eighty one.

Speaker 2 (22:30):
Those are the good It.

Speaker 3 (22:31):
Feels like that Tag game where that group of friends
played Tag, Yes, and they made a movie about it too.

Speaker 2 (22:37):
Across the country and.

Speaker 1 (22:37):
They would just show up in their town like once
a year and they would play and it's just wild.
Like they would drive across the country and be like
tagger in Yeah. They would fly on a be like,
oh god, Chuck's here.

Speaker 8 (22:46):

Speaker 5 (22:46):
They would show up at their work and just tag
them and then you're out.

Speaker 2 (22:49):
That's weird, man.

Speaker 3 (22:50):
Okay, come up with the roles for adult Assassin, Mike,
Can I give you the challenge? Mike's gonna come up
with the roles for adult Asassin?

Speaker 2 (22:56):
Can we paintball guns?

Speaker 5 (22:57):

Speaker 1 (22:57):
University of Nebraska Lincoln had to place a one year
ban on the Assassin game back in two thousand and
eight because kids were bringing the NERF guns to class
and assassinating.

Speaker 4 (23:07):
Yes see, like.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
We're in let's go.

Speaker 6 (23:12):
Are some of our listeners who are professionals going to
bring water guns to their.

Speaker 3 (23:16):
Job and be like, hey guys, well they have to
have the rules for adult assassin first.

Speaker 4 (23:19):
Well know, but once we establish it and if they
get fired, that's not on us.

Speaker 3 (23:25):
A couple of examples. There's number one, that's good. Here's
number two, kit Cat.

Speaker 2 (23:38):

Speaker 5 (23:41):

Speaker 2 (23:41):
So I'll give you seven. Let's see how many you
can get. We have a caller on the phone, Deanna, Deanna,
good morning. How are you? Good morning?

Speaker 3 (23:49):
How are you doing pretty good? Which member of the
show would you like to represent you? Amy Lunchbox or Eddie?

Speaker 8 (23:54):

Speaker 2 (23:55):

Speaker 5 (23:55):

Speaker 8 (23:55):

Speaker 5 (23:56):
Deanna wins?

Speaker 2 (23:58):

Speaker 8 (23:58):
You win.

Speaker 3 (23:58):
You have your option of either crap from the back,
which we will not tell you what the crap is
from the back, or I have a whole new box
of books and I can sign a book, either my
first book, Bear Bones or fail until you don't. I
can sign it for you and send it to you.
You get to pick if you win. Are you ready,
Let's play the game? Amy representing Deanna. Number one, Wine one,

we're looking for the brand. One more time a wine one.
I'm in for the wind. Lunchbox Toys, r US, Amy Toys,
r US, Eddie Toys r US correct, Rest in Peace
Toys r US.

Speaker 2 (24:35):
They're back as a brand. Cool. Yeah. Next up, Mommy Wow,
Time up, tig now, oh man, come in, give me
the brand. Here we go one more time, Mommy Wow.

Speaker 4 (24:52):
Time up now.

Speaker 5 (24:57):
Oh jeez, I know that slogan you in.

Speaker 3 (25:02):
I wrote something down lunchbox, Huggies, Amy, pull Ups, Eddie,
I have Huggies. The answer is Huggies, lunchbox and Eddie
gets the point. Go number three, be all.

Speaker 8 (25:18):
That you can be.

Speaker 2 (25:20):
Deanna's kicking herself.

Speaker 5 (25:21):
I'm in.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
Why is she kicking herself because she didn't pick me
or lunchbox?

Speaker 5 (25:25):
I agree, I'm in for the wind.

Speaker 2 (25:26):
Okay, lunchbox.

Speaker 5 (25:29):
I used to want to be in this. The army.

Speaker 3 (25:33):
You imagine Amy Army, Eddie Army correct. Next one, Good
Breakfast for Champions, Howard Cosell.

Speaker 5 (25:45):
I'm in for the wind.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
I'm in.

Speaker 3 (25:49):
Amy Why, lunchbox, Wheaties Eddie Wheeties correct.

Speaker 2 (25:55):
Next one, I'm in for the wind. I'm in.

Speaker 3 (26:05):
Eddie the Clapper, Lushbrox, the clapper, Amy Clapper correct, Next.

Speaker 2 (26:11):
One right like he likes it. In for the wind,
I'm in everybody in Amy her Lushbrox, live Cereal, Eddie,

I have life. It's Life Cereal. Next one, kid tested,
mother approved, kid tested, mother, Oh, I know that.

Speaker 5 (26:45):
Hold on, hold on, hold what is that? Oh my god?

Speaker 2 (26:48):
What are they called? What are they called? One more time?
Kid tested?

Speaker 4 (26:55):
Mother approved?

Speaker 2 (26:57):
My context clue in. There isn't there? Yeah, there's I
hear a sound, cogested?

Speaker 5 (27:06):
What are the cold?

Speaker 2 (27:08):
Five seconds? Shoot?

Speaker 3 (27:13):
Come in an Oh, I can't think of the name
of them. Time Eddie, grape nuts. That's wrong, Amy, Ceios wrong?

Speaker 8 (27:28):
What is it?

Speaker 2 (27:28):
But you don't have anything. If you get it right,
you win. Yeah, go ahead.

Speaker 5 (27:32):
It's the white ball Cereal, Kicks Winter. You know what
white ball Cereal?

Speaker 2 (27:42):
And right when I said that, I was like, oh,
I thought of it as I said it out loud. Hey,
thanks for being honest though it's very nice.

Speaker 1 (27:51):
I wrote down white ball Cereal as I was saying
white ball Cereal.

Speaker 3 (27:54):
It came to my head it was kicks. Wow, Eddie
and Lunchbox are up to you got and the lead
is the tie. We gotta the tie breaker here, buzz
in with your name. Wait, we'll get to Dana second. Gosh, ready,
here we go, on, let me recuperate. Good, let's go
when you're ready and go.

Speaker 2 (28:17):
Lucky correct one zero.

Speaker 5 (28:19):
I'm not even playing anymore.

Speaker 2 (28:21):
I know you're in your head.

Speaker 5 (28:22):
I know I'm I'm still stuck on twigs kicks. I
couldn't think of the tang name.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
Next, how many licks? That's totsy roll pops, I'm gonna
have to go incorrect?

Speaker 5 (28:36):
What correct?

Speaker 3 (28:40):
No? Roll?

Speaker 2 (28:41):
But roll in it. Yeah, I gotta go with what's
on the page. Here and here we go. It's the
final one. Yell your name, Go ahead, Eddie, you can
talk to Dan. Do you listen to the show much?

Speaker 8 (29:00):

Speaker 2 (29:01):
Do you not realize that I win all the games?

Speaker 4 (29:04):
You don't win them and he doesn't win them all?

Speaker 2 (29:08):
Hey, Dan, Diana, there's one thing that's that's a fact
Amy did not win for you.

Speaker 8 (29:12):

Speaker 3 (29:13):
I'm so sorry, sorry, Deanna, very sorry. I cannot give
you a prize, but we can call you back for
another game and another point. Okay, okay, right, have a
nice day.

Speaker 2 (29:22):
Thanks you too. You want to roll the ones?

Speaker 3 (29:24):
We have? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (29:26):
Number ten ray for Klondike bar.

Speaker 7 (29:31):
What klondike bar, Klondike bar, slow, Klondike bar, klondike Oh.

Speaker 2 (29:40):
No, all right, give you the next one.

Speaker 10 (29:44):
Lone night, Oscar Meyer. Correct, I don't know that one.
Do it again again.

Speaker 2 (30:00):
Get that clip from it's customized. That's the camel soup.
Pregnant good. I've never heard like that. Eddie is our winner. Congratulations.
Here's a voicemail.

Speaker 8 (30:10):
I was just wondering.

Speaker 9 (30:11):
I'm sixty four years old and recently my wife rising
to work has been getting aggressive and say stuff pop
the window to other drivers or to other people on the.

Speaker 8 (30:23):
Road, and I was just wondering, what do you think
about that? Now, if a wife says something to somebody
and then they say something after your wife, and then
you've got to stick up to your wife, sure that
she have to fight her own battles. What do you
guys think?

Speaker 2 (30:38):
Good question. I think I'm not riding with her.

Speaker 4 (30:40):
Yeah, she started it.

Speaker 2 (30:42):
Like I'm gonna drive and if she does this, then
I can ride with her.

Speaker 3 (30:46):
So if we're gonna go somewhere, I'm gonna drive because
I just want to mitigate the risk of getting beat
up in the road.

Speaker 7 (30:51):
Let's say you're in the car, though, and she does
yelt someone and they pull over and they start fighting her.

Speaker 3 (30:56):
What do you Why would she pull over? I would
be like, don't pull over. You can't let her get
beat up. You just have to kind of keep her
from that situation.

Speaker 6 (31:04):
Well, and if this is a sudden behavior change, like
she wasn't doing this before, like maybe you can encourage
her to get to the root of what's really wrong.

Speaker 2 (31:11):
Well, that's just older people though, right, don't think.

Speaker 3 (31:15):
Yeah, if I'm whether she's just fighting the people and
they're fighting back, I'm just going to go, do not stop.

Speaker 2 (31:21):
I'm not let don't.

Speaker 3 (31:21):
Don't And then if you do pull over or they
come out, you you have to protect her. But that
sucks and you get beat up because she's a mouthy.

Speaker 2 (31:29):
That Sucks's pile of stories.

Speaker 8 (31:33):

Speaker 6 (31:34):
There's a chef on TikTok and he's going viral because
he's telling us the perfect way to reheat leftover pizza,
which is always complicated.

Speaker 3 (31:40):
Oh, can I guess you take a piece of pizza,
then you put in the microwave and you put it
on forty eight. I never do like fives or zeros
on my microwave, bad luck, and then I walk away
and then I come back.

Speaker 4 (31:52):
What No, No, definitely not.

Speaker 6 (31:53):
And microwave can heat up pizza so fast, and it
can make it hard, soggy and chewy.

Speaker 2 (31:58):
But that's just that's what that's what you'd get for
not eating it all night one. That's just part of life,
the circle of pizza life.

Speaker 6 (32:04):
And then the oven can make too crispy, and yeah,
it takes too long. So what you do is you
get out of a pan, you put it on the
stove and a pan.

Speaker 4 (32:12):
No, no, it's only a few minutes, and you got
to clean the pan. Okay, I don't all right.

Speaker 6 (32:17):
If you want to see perfectly reheated pizza as if
you've just gotten it, then this is the way to
do it. And people have tried it out, and you
put it on the pan like you can google it.
But you just need a pan and a lid and
a few minutes.

Speaker 3 (32:29):
Well, then I would say I'll take slightly soggy and
no pan and less time.

Speaker 4 (32:34):
Okay, it's not that hard to wash a pan.

Speaker 2 (32:36):
It's not that hard to eat a soggy Okay.

Speaker 6 (32:38):
Well, I thought we would appreciate this because I have
a hard time, reheating pizza. Okay, if you're bored in
class or at work, or even anybody in here right now,
get up and do jumping jacks and it'll change everything.
Researchers at Ohio State University found that a short burst
of exercise during like a long lecture or a long

work day can help get you back into the group. So,
if you've been sitting for like an hour to eighty minutes,
they say, pop up, do some jumping jacks.

Speaker 4 (33:09):
Sit back down and learn.

Speaker 3 (33:11):
The people you're around though that you're about to start
doing it, or they'll think something's wrong with you, or
that you're having some sort of medical attack.

Speaker 6 (33:17):
Well, it'll help you focus and you'll pay more attention.
And so I feel like this is good information too.
Like if I'm thinking for my kids sometimes, if they're
sitting down and name them focused during homework or at school,
teachers could be like, hey, kids, they'll pop up real quick,
We're gonna do some jumping jacks.

Speaker 3 (33:30):
Your kids ever talk back as then say to say, no,
I'm not going to do that, not really the first time.
I feel like it'd be like kids us jumping jacks.

Speaker 2 (33:41):
No, I feel like that will be there.

Speaker 10 (33:42):

Speaker 4 (33:42):
I mean I may have to ask a few times,
but I think I could somehow be like.

Speaker 6 (33:45):
Come on, it'll be fun, let's do it. This is
gonna be good for your brain. I love saying this
is so good for your brain.

Speaker 3 (33:50):
And do they believe that or do they just at
that point? No, that's your go to and they might
as well doing goodvent Oh, I'll.

Speaker 4 (33:55):
Say research from Ohio State University. So this is good
for you in your brain. That's how we do it.
Jelly roll.

Speaker 6 (34:02):
A while back, we talked about he's training for a
five k and he finally did it. Yeah, and so
I've just got a clip of him talking about it
because I just feel like it's just encouraging for anything
you want to set out to do.

Speaker 4 (34:12):
Like he couldn't even walk a mile when he first started,
and now we ran over three.

Speaker 1 (34:17):
Whenever I started doing this, I couldn't walk a mile
when I started trying to do this back in January.

Speaker 5 (34:22):
So the fact that we got three to three point
whatever it was done today, I feel really really good
about it. I left here feeling really motivated.

Speaker 2 (34:29):
That's really cool.

Speaker 3 (34:29):
I mean that's Mike d story too, Mike de because
you have lost and kept off over one hundred pounds.

Speaker 2 (34:35):
Now that's twenty miles a day. It's so stupid. I mean,
it's awesome, dude. I admire you. I'm so jealous. But
you were basically the same, right, Yeah, you start out
walking and then you build up. I would say, don't
even think about the miles. Just think about like I
want to do fifteen minutes today, I want to do
twenty minutes. You build up.

Speaker 3 (34:51):
My wife asked me oddly because we had talked about
it on the show. She was like, do you want
to go for a walk, And I was like, no,
we have a car.

Speaker 2 (34:58):
Yeah, you go for walks.

Speaker 8 (35:00):
No, no, no, no.

Speaker 3 (35:01):
If I'm gonna like go on foot A to B,
that's for exercise. Otherwise I have paid money for something
to take me a to be or if it's to
walk our dogs, I get that.

Speaker 2 (35:12):
But no, I'm good. I'm not just not going on
a walk.

Speaker 3 (35:14):
And I'm allergic to everything outside, so you're gonna put
me in a bubble.

Speaker 4 (35:18):
I thought you were getting allergy sho I am, But.

Speaker 2 (35:19):
It takes a year for them to like set in.
They have to slow. It's very deluded.

Speaker 5 (35:22):
At first.

Speaker 2 (35:22):
You can wear a mask. I'm not that guy. O.

Speaker 4 (35:25):
It's so weird because girls, that's what we do to
catch up. We all go on walks, like y'all, don't
we guys.

Speaker 2 (35:33):
Video games? Yeah, guys don't go on walk We played golf.

Speaker 3 (35:36):
Yeah, we need to We need to act like the
main reason wants to do that other thing, you guys,
it's to talk and we'll walk while we're talking.

Speaker 2 (35:42):
Ours is Hey, why don't we all wrestle. We'll talk
while we're doing it.

Speaker 4 (35:45):
Okay, all right, maybe that's my pile.

Speaker 2 (35:48):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 6 (35:57):
Two weeks before her wedding day, Shelley Joseph's wedding dress
burned in her condo fire.

Speaker 4 (36:04):
She lost a lot of things.

Speaker 6 (36:05):
Thankfully, her dog, Napoleon was saved by firefighters, so she
was super grateful, but obviously losing her wedding dress just
two weeks before the big day was very stressful. Well,
the story was aired on the local news and the
community came together to support her and her fiance. So
Sarah Heath, who's the owner of Andrew's Bridle in Peachtree City,

saw the story and said, hey, come on, buy pick
out a new wedding dress on the house, and then
people in the area started like a crowdfunding page so
that they could start building their life back, and there's
over ten thousand dollars in it, and they got donations
of dog foods, dog treats for Napoleon, and she's just
very thankful for how the community is rallied around her.

Speaker 2 (36:47):
It sucks that you lose everything in a fire. Yeah,
that part's terrible. Two weeks before your wedding and your
wedding dress burns up. That's another level of stress. But
everybody coming through that's that is an amazing story because
nobody had to do it. That's what's cool. That's what
it's all about. That was telling me something good.
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