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July 3, 2024 38 mins

Dustin Lynch is in studio talking about his dating life, music and more! Then, hear Lunchbox take over the voicemail to prank listeners and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:10):
Welcome to Wednesday Show Morning studio.

Speaker 2 (00:13):
All right, Dustin Lynch will be by later, but first
let's do get to know you. Here's a question, who
is your first celebrity crush? I think back, Oh, I
got mine. Who was your first celebrity crush? Eddie Grin
and Kathy Ireland. She was just like a swimsuit model,
I think, and then she did undessary roughness. So that's

when I fell off. That's when I fell in over her.
My friend Evan loved Kathy Ireland.

Speaker 1 (00:38):
Yeah. Like, I don't know where she is now.

Speaker 2 (00:41):
I haven't seen a picture or anything like furniture or
something like selling a line of furniture.

Speaker 1 (00:44):
Oh no, she's selling furniture.

Speaker 2 (00:45):
No, I mean that's a good thing. I think she
works like homes for Us or something, or she's like
she works.

Speaker 3 (00:49):
There, no, no, no, no, no idea, getting it all wrong.
She's endorsing.

Speaker 2 (00:52):
She's like, yeah that makes it better.

Speaker 1 (00:56):
Yeah yeah.

Speaker 3 (00:57):
Lunch socks, man, it was I had a lot of them.

Speaker 4 (01:01):
Gosh, I would have to say probably Cindy Crawford and
those Pepsi commercials.

Speaker 3 (01:05):
Oh she had that.

Speaker 4 (01:07):
Mole and it was just like wow, she was so
hot and standing there holding that Pepsi bottle?

Speaker 1 (01:11):
So what were you doing with her? And the mole
is what you go to?

Speaker 4 (01:15):
I'm just saying it was there. You just remember it
like she was so smoking hot.

Speaker 1 (01:19):
Okay, oh man, m okay? Is that your answer?

Speaker 2 (01:23):

Speaker 3 (01:24):
Or you acted like you're about.

Speaker 4 (01:25):
To hear it could have been Alyssa Mulano. It could
have been Kelly Clark.

Speaker 5 (01:34):
Amy, go ahead, yeah, because mine Zach Morris Saved by
the Bell was like very popular and then probably a
little too old for me at the time.

Speaker 1 (01:42):
But Patrick so Ze about George Straight.

Speaker 3 (01:47):
Yeah, I don't know that. I now, like I loved.

Speaker 5 (01:50):
His music then, but I don't know what I was attracted.

Speaker 3 (01:52):
To him like that.

Speaker 2 (01:54):
Danica mckeller probably who's that when I say it is, yeah, dude,
that's pretty solid. Alyssa Milano as well. But this is
the first thing that pops into my head. Was was
Danica mccollor put it up being like a she still
has like a like a mathematician. She's super smart. Yeah,

like she does something in that world. And I saw
her in a Christmas movie.

Speaker 6 (02:18):
I would like she's selecting, Yeah, like one of those
like like Amy did Morgan who was your celebrity crush.

Speaker 1 (02:23):
Celebrity crush?

Speaker 3 (02:23):
It would it have been justin Timberlake for sure. He
was my first one because of in sync and when
they came out right.

Speaker 7 (02:29):
You yeah, Pam Anderson. Man, that blonde hair, and she
just had the whole package.

Speaker 1 (02:34):
That package you mean boobs, no like person out.

Speaker 7 (02:38):
She had swagger to her, like she was really confident
in her body, and I was like, that's what I
wanted to.

Speaker 3 (02:43):
Scuba Stevia.

Speaker 1 (02:45):
I was either a Brandy or Mariah Carey. Ryan Carrey
is an interesting one.

Speaker 2 (02:50):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, Moisha, she's our age, so I could
see that too, Brandy onl moysch or Ready the.

Speaker 1 (02:55):
Singer because Brandy the singer sitting in my room? Brandy?

Speaker 3 (02:58):
Yeah, oh yeah a.

Speaker 1 (03:04):
Song Edi? Yeah, we grew up?

Speaker 3 (03:09):
Okay, little much my right?

Speaker 2 (03:11):
You celebrity crush as a kid paying go from boy
Meats World.

Speaker 1 (03:14):

Speaker 2 (03:15):
Yeah, it's a good one. That could have been creepy,
but it wasn't. Let's open the mail bag.

Speaker 1 (03:20):
Did you send the game mail?

Speaker 7 (03:22):
And we breathing all the air get something we call
Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 1 (03:27):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones.

Speaker 2 (03:29):
My boyfriend and I have been dating about six months
when I got a job halfway across the country. He
helped me move and he's been to visit about once
a month for a couple of days. But I feel
like we're slipping apart. I really love him.

Speaker 1 (03:40):
We talked about getting married one day, but.

Speaker 2 (03:41):
I don't want the distance between us to cause us
to fall out of love. How can I keep our
romance alive and we live so far away from each other?
Signed long distance, Leslie. I will speak from a place
of experience that when I met my wife, we did
not live in the same city, and we did date
long distance for a while.

Speaker 1 (03:59):
So it is a lot of work.

Speaker 2 (04:02):
You just have to figure out if it is worth
the effort, because it's a lot to keep this thing
going until you find your place. I've often compared a
long distance relationship to a hamburger. You got the bun,
whatever that initial meat is. It could be that you
live together in the same place for a year, five years,

ten years, a week, a summer, a day. Who cares
you got to meet that time you got to spend
apart as you're developing the relationship.

Speaker 1 (04:31):
But then you've got to figure out how to get
that bun.

Speaker 2 (04:33):
You can't really live in the meat without knowing where
that bunt, that other part of that bun is interesting.
So you have to identify that top layer of the bun.
So is our goal to you move here and we
move there. You can't just flail about out in the
ocean without knowing if a life preserver is going to
come get you or if that other bun's going to
cover the bun. So my advice to you is one,

I understand it's going to be really hard. Yeah, it's
going to feel like that you don't live in the
same place.

Speaker 1 (04:58):
But two, to him.

Speaker 2 (05:01):
About what his goals are mid and long term, and
as long as you can get on the same wavelength,
have the same plan, have the same goal, you can
actually work towards it instead of just working not knowing
where that.

Speaker 1 (05:13):
Work is going.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
Because it's hard, but if it's worth it, it is
very much worth it, especially when your girlfriend or wife
does all the flying in.

Speaker 3 (05:23):
Yeah, yeah, experience.

Speaker 5 (05:29):
It just depends on someone's situation. But was nice enough
to fly in?

Speaker 3 (05:34):
Yeah? Well, you know what I think would be cool
be work.

Speaker 5 (05:42):
Obviously with long distance relations now like there's spacetime and
there's email, texting, and like all these different ways to
communicate quickly. But don't you think it'd be cool too
to bring back like handwritten notes when you're if you're
dating long distances to get something.

Speaker 2 (05:59):
And we get a guy who I'm on a pony
to ride across the country.

Speaker 3 (06:01):
We ride in the mail in.

Speaker 5 (06:03):
A jay or two, like a thoughtful handwritten.

Speaker 2 (06:06):
Yeah, that's fun. Occasionally wrote I would leave notes. I
talked about my vaalance. I'd live notes for my wife,
handwritten notes occasional if I didn't send them in the mail,
like hit them in her luggage.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Yeah, oh yeah, I remember that, but I didn't know.
I'm too impatient to do that thing.

Speaker 3 (06:20):
Okay, what I was saying with a stamp, I feel like.

Speaker 1 (06:24):
I know how it gets there.

Speaker 6 (06:25):
May be confused, you guys over not so that goal
you're talking about is eventually that's what it is.

Speaker 1 (06:34):
Yeah, but how are we going to get back together?

Speaker 4 (06:36):

Speaker 5 (06:36):
Because then if you're never going to move here, I'm
never going to move there, And why were.

Speaker 1 (06:40):
We even doing it?

Speaker 2 (06:40):

Speaker 1 (06:41):
And also send nudes? All right, that's it, thank you,
We got.

Speaker 8 (06:44):
Your game mail, and.

Speaker 2 (06:47):
Now let's find the clothes.

Speaker 1 (06:48):
Bobby fail yam so how do you actually take over
our voicemail?

Speaker 4 (06:54):
I just wait till the show's over, and then it's
supposed to whenever people call go straight to the voicemail,
but instead I try that off and just turn me on.

Speaker 1 (07:02):
You just hit a button, you turn you on. That's
not weird.

Speaker 3 (07:05):
Yeah, like, oh, you just do it live. Yeah, okay, yeah,
it's not like I'm a recording.

Speaker 2 (07:09):
So people think they're calling the voicemail, but they're getting lunchbox.

Speaker 4 (07:12):
But they think he's a recording. So here we go,
Bobby Bone Show voicemail. Leave a message. It ran out
of time. Come on, if you would like to re record.
Change if you'd like to re record, say sonic, So

please rerecord your message.

Speaker 3 (07:36):
Okay, show please Venmo.

Speaker 4 (07:40):
You're ten dollars for this call. Please it costs ten
dollars to leave a message. Thank you my Venmo is
have a great day.

Speaker 2 (07:51):
He has a fast slip, has been going their way
to beat it out, and I'm like, secondly, he goes,
if you want to leap fly back a message.

Speaker 1 (07:57):
That's how you know it's not a recording.

Speaker 3 (07:59):
Have you even stutter?

Speaker 1 (08:01):
You redo it?

Speaker 7 (08:02):

Speaker 1 (08:02):
You redo it? Okay, here's the next one.

Speaker 4 (08:05):
Bobby Bone Show voicemail, Leave a message.

Speaker 9 (08:10):
Am I really talking to you? This is awesome.

Speaker 4 (08:12):
If you're satisfied with your message, press one.

Speaker 9 (08:17):
I love you, I love all of you, but Lunchbox,
you just crack me up. Have a super weekend you too.

Speaker 3 (08:22):
Thank you.

Speaker 4 (08:23):
You may be the best caller in the history of
the Bobby Bone Show. Say Wooo, I'm the greatest.

Speaker 9 (08:28):
I'm the greatest.

Speaker 3 (08:29):
Say whoao, I love life.

Speaker 9 (08:32):
This is the first time I've ever ever called you,
and I got through and I got you this. I
just this just made my whole year. I've got to
tell you.

Speaker 3 (08:40):
If you're satisfied with your message, press one.

Speaker 9 (08:43):
If you like satisfied, I'm going to hang up now.
I have a great weekend.

Speaker 1 (08:47):

Speaker 2 (08:48):
So obviously you both know that you're not a recording.
So when I just talk to her and be like, hey, really, thanks.

Speaker 3 (08:53):
For doing get out of character. That's the voicemail. I
can't control what the voicemail does.

Speaker 6 (08:57):
Oh wow, interesting he doesn't interrupt her because she was
saying how awesome he was everyone else?

Speaker 1 (09:05):
Times up?

Speaker 4 (09:07):
All right, you've reached the Bobby Bone Show voicemail. Leave
us a message, babebo. If you would like to go
out to lunch with Lunchbox. Press one. If you'd like
to spend the night at Bobby's house.

Speaker 3 (09:21):
Press two.

Speaker 4 (09:23):
If you would like, okay, tell us why you want
to spend the night at Bobby's.

Speaker 1 (09:27):
House for lunch.

Speaker 4 (09:30):
If you are satisfied with your message, and you would
like to tell Eddie to quit sucking up to everybody,
Press one. If you would like Eddie to laugh at
your jokes when they're not fronting.

Speaker 3 (09:39):
Press two. If you'd like to hear another dumb morning
corny by Amy, Press three.

Speaker 10 (09:44):
Come on, lunchbox.

Speaker 4 (09:46):
If you would like to go driving with Morgan and
risk your life, Press five.

Speaker 10 (09:50):
Morgan's a great driver right here.

Speaker 4 (09:52):
If you would like to make your ears bleed and
have Abby seene to you, Press six. If you would
like to comb wet little hair he has Press seven.

Speaker 10 (10:01):
All right, Really, it's something good about somebody.

Speaker 3 (10:06):
Thank you, have a great day.

Speaker 1 (10:08):
He just roasts everybody. Why, I don't know what's up, man,
He just attacked everybody for something.

Speaker 3 (10:15):
But she didn't want to spend the night at your house.

Speaker 2 (10:17):
Because she only wants only auction. Because she thought if
she went to lunch with you, she'd have to pay. Okay,
So if you call and you do hear Lunchbox in
the boys mails, probably really.

Speaker 3 (10:26):
No, it's the voicemail.

Speaker 1 (10:28):
The voicemail and his beams also like beef. It's time
for the good news.

Speaker 5 (10:41):
So there's a beagle rescue place in Raleigh, North Carolina.
It's called Triangle Beagle Rescue. And they took in a
beagle named Honey from Kentucky that had four puppies.

Speaker 3 (10:51):
Well sadly three of.

Speaker 5 (10:52):
The puppies didn't make it, so she was just there
with her one lonely puppy and then a vet calls says, hey,
I need help. I got some beagle puppies that need
a home. Well, guess who adopted these puppies and is
now feeding them, caring for them, making them her own.

Speaker 2 (11:07):
Well, I don't think it's gonna be a tough guest.
There a character leving a one character introduced, Yeah, only one.
It is a pol'ticol story. But yeah, the easy guess. Yeah,
that's cool that a dog.

Speaker 3 (11:18):
I guess she's nursing them, caring.

Speaker 5 (11:21):
It's amazing and her the surviving puppy from her litter
sweetheart that she's like letting these other puppies come in
and like hang out with her.

Speaker 3 (11:29):

Speaker 1 (11:30):
Yeah, do all the things, do all the things. That
is a good way to describe it.

Speaker 5 (11:32):
Okay, So you want the names of all the puppies.

Speaker 1 (11:34):
So there's Honeyny puppy Honey.

Speaker 5 (11:36):
There's Honey, and then there's her puppy Sweetheart, and then
the new ones that came in cu Big Cupcake, Kisses,
Lovely and Archer One.

Speaker 1 (11:44):
Dude, that's a good story. Great job, that's what it's
all about.

Speaker 3 (11:50):
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 1 (11:54):
Dustin Lynch, what's up? I got a lot of stuff
talk to you about. I love hearing that. Man.

Speaker 8 (11:58):
I miss you guys, you know, miss you too. But
you got lots of cold and raining the last time
I saw y'all. We got a lot of questions. Let's
get right to the point, Okay, all the small talk
crap can go to this. Geez and your promo pictures
and what I've been seeing you look a little a
little more rustic, a little more hardcore, a little more
like here And I mean business, all right, So do

you mean business?

Speaker 1 (12:19):
That's the question? I mean business. What's the what? What
is this?

Speaker 2 (12:23):
It's like an edgy Dustin Lynch. Here you get edgie
vibes from the I need to know what's up? Are
you edgy now? If it's a good thing, Yes, I
think it's a good thing. I think I think artists just.

Speaker 8 (12:34):
Well, I'll say the pictures you're referring to, I think
are off the new album that was out at my farm.

Speaker 1 (12:39):
So that's just me being me. I was comfortable. I
liked them.

Speaker 2 (12:42):
I'm gonna tell you pretty good, pretty good.

Speaker 8 (12:46):
Well, that's all my team. I just stand there, what's
the what are you? What are you feeling now?

Speaker 9 (12:50):

Speaker 1 (12:50):
What's what? What's what's new with you? Like what? Like
it's been a great year? Happy? Then I'm happy.

Speaker 8 (12:56):
I think I've through the process of trying to figure
out this album and I've realized I'm probably not the
best multitasker. And I'm like, I've got my life really
dialed in professionally and.

Speaker 1 (13:07):
Kind of I don't know.

Speaker 8 (13:08):
I'm very comfortable with my house and my farm and
I'm just having fun, loving life.

Speaker 1 (13:12):
But I haven't been with somebody in a long time,
you know.

Speaker 2 (13:15):
Do you wonder because it's a struggle that I had
for a long time too. It's like I would just
work work, work, work, work, and I would be so
obsessed with it and so motivated and inspired in very
positive ways professionally. But then a year would go by
and I would go dang, like I didn't have a
lot of personal growth, Like I'd find out things about me,
but my goal was to always have once I started

to like make money or have success, somebody to do
stuff with. It was always the goal. And I'd be like, dank,
I'm not anywhere closer to that. Does that, dude, register?
I think I'm you a few years ago though, Yeah,
I I mean that really weighed on me. It does, yeah,
because that definitely does not exist in my life.

Speaker 8 (13:51):
And I'm going, Okay, what's the best version of me, five, ten,
twenty years from now?

Speaker 2 (13:55):
Are you prioritizing time to not look but to be
bored so if something were to happen, because it's bull
crap when they go, stop trying, it will happen, that's
bull crap.

Speaker 1 (14:05):
And again I'm only talking from what's what happened with me.

Speaker 2 (14:07):
I just had to have time to be bored for
a second so I could let other just things happen.
And that, oddly was when I met my wife because
I wasn't out every second of the day trying to
fill every bit of my calendar. And I feel my
calendar because I felt like I'm a loser. I mean,
I feel like I'm insecure and I'm scared. That's why
I fight so hard. I don't know why. You you're
such a success, meaning what your internal drive is. But

you're gonna have to carve out some time for nothing,
and that's hard. I thought I had it carved out.
Actually we had had.

Speaker 1 (14:36):
But see, I hear you, but yes, here we go again.

Speaker 3 (14:40):
It had to be a huge chunk of time, though.

Speaker 5 (14:42):
Can't it be like it? Can It could be you
have time during your week, right, I'm sure I have time,
but I love to recluse.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
That's my problem.

Speaker 8 (14:52):
Like if I'm home for a week, I'm not going
to see anybody in Nashville.

Speaker 1 (14:55):
I'm going to go out and I don't know. Are
you scared?

Speaker 2 (14:59):
Are you scared to fail or are you happy to
to succeed?

Speaker 1 (15:03):
I'm scared to fail? Yeah, absolutely. Is that why you
keep running so hard? I think I think so.

Speaker 8 (15:07):
I think it's that, and I think it's probably why
I keep my relationships very casual and distant.

Speaker 2 (15:13):
You ever had your heartbroken? Absolutely? Heck yeah, See I
never have because I never let it be. I never
let anybody have it. Oh wow, because I was like,
I can't. I don't get in a relationship with anybody. I
don't like anybody. And then it takes away from work.
So until my wife. No, I've definitely have my heart broke,
and so that takes time and energy.

Speaker 1 (15:30):
Huh it does. But then you write good songs your
heart be broken right now?

Speaker 8 (15:34):
Yeah, No, music means something different whenever you're going through
it like that.

Speaker 3 (15:40):
Haven't you altered a song before?

Speaker 5 (15:41):
What's the one where you last one time you were
here you were talking about how, you.

Speaker 1 (15:45):
Know, breaking up on a beach or whatever.

Speaker 5 (15:47):
It acted like.

Speaker 3 (15:48):
She broke your heart on the beat?

Speaker 8 (15:49):
Yeah, I kind of reversed the roles there, Yeah exactly,
but that you know, it was that trip, the heartbreak
of that.

Speaker 1 (15:55):
To where we got inspired and come up with those ideas.

Speaker 2 (15:57):
See, I'm surprised he doesn't go date to get his
heart broken so it can make better music.

Speaker 1 (16:01):
Like that's how the Taylor the Taylor model on the.

Speaker 3 (16:04):
Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 2 (16:05):
Now, Dustin Lynch, who's a professionally your hero professionally, George Strait.

Speaker 1 (16:10):
Is that why Georgetrait Junior is a song? Yes, tell
me about that? Why?

Speaker 2 (16:14):
And and you know, to cut a song with somebody,
then you get to wonder do they like it?

Speaker 1 (16:18):
Do they not like it? That's what I'm most worried
about with this song. So why George Strait?

Speaker 10 (16:23):

Speaker 8 (16:23):
I just think, uh, you know, as a professionally, as
an artist, He's done it how I want to do it.

Speaker 1 (16:29):
Amy's uncle worked for George Strait ranch. He did. Amy
used to go to the ranch who.

Speaker 3 (16:33):
He's the manager of his ranch for years.

Speaker 1 (16:35):
It's so cool.

Speaker 5 (16:35):
So that job South Texas he did, My uncle Ted did,
and it was it was It was cool. As a kid,
I remember going to visit him and I would stay
And George Strait's my favorite artist of all time.

Speaker 3 (16:47):
So now as an.

Speaker 5 (16:48):
Adult, like seeing you different things like I still freak out,
but I feel like, yeah, he's class acts so kind,
like just consistent.

Speaker 2 (16:58):
I want to play a little bit of straight Junior.
This is from Dustin's new record. You know what I
find myself drawn to are the songs that you're right
with Jordan Reynolds. Yeah, just for I mean, I I
guess until I started looking back at different But I
and I think Jordan's a great writer as well.

Speaker 1 (17:13):
You think he's good or sucks go, I think he's amazing.

Speaker 8 (17:16):
He Jordan and I started writing, uh, pretty consistently in
twenty twenty one, and I don't know, we just got
a thing.

Speaker 2 (17:25):

Speaker 1 (17:26):
He figured me out on this.

Speaker 8 (17:27):
Even even the songs I wasn't writing that he was
sending me were all really close, if not making the record.

Speaker 1 (17:33):
So he's he's got me figured out. And we just
were very comfortable together and can be vulnerable together in
a room. And I think that's why things are happening
for us.

Speaker 2 (17:40):
Tonight, Dustin's in Albuquerque, New Mexico, so you should go
if you're last time we played Albuquerque. There's a place
called the spot best Breakfast overhead really best breakfast. Randomly
stumbled upon it. If you there was like a pork belly,
like pork belly. Yeah, love it. God, you've been talking
about this for years years.

Speaker 1 (17:58):
I can't. I can't stop thinking about it. Breakfast in Albuquerque.

Speaker 2 (18:02):
I know every meal, I know every favorite meal I've
ever had, Like I got a favorite breakfast, I got
a favorite lunch.

Speaker 1 (18:07):
I got a favorite dinner I've ever had.

Speaker 2 (18:09):
I got a favorite French toast France, Paris the city.
I haven't got to go there exactly, that's right. And
I was like, it's gonna be lame, because French toast
France is the.

Speaker 1 (18:20):
Best I ever had. They know what they're doing, apparently
they must.

Speaker 2 (18:22):
They made you know, I didn't have any fries because
you know, we created do not have other French fries.

Speaker 1 (18:28):
Aren't American? Oh really, I didn't know that.

Speaker 2 (18:30):
Yeah, full crap. Okay, yeah, they name it that, But
French toast is that's as real. It's a jelly bean buddy. Okay,
Jelly Rolls on the record. By the way, I never
heard the phrase reals jelly bean, but I was gonna
get to jelly roll, so I made that up to
segue Jelly Rolls on the record.

Speaker 1 (18:45):
I love it. That's such an honor to have him
on the record. Man, that's a cool ass. How'd you
do the ask?

Speaker 8 (18:49):
Silver lining of not getting a tour In twenty and
twenty one, we were trying to figure out how to
exist online and he was, you know, he was doing
a great job. And my producer's at Krall and Jelly
go way back, and they started talking and Jelly brought
me up in conversation. It kind of rekindled their working relationship.
Zach made street beats for Jelly when I was in

grade school.

Speaker 1 (19:11):
That's crazy that he used to make the street beats
for him, and so they reconnected over those years.

Speaker 8 (19:16):
Yeah, and then Jelly put out why am I blinking
on the song with Laney Save Me? He put that
out and it kind of was like, oh, am I
going to go this direction? And they started working together
the studio and this song came in and it just
it was just all of us cooking in the kitchen
at the same time, and it just was, you know,
it was a god thing.

Speaker 1 (19:34):
It was just one of those blessings that he gave
his clearance to.

Speaker 8 (19:37):
That's super cool to rewrite the lyric and keep that
melody alive. And I think that's gonna be one that's
I mean, it's gonna with just Away, It's gonna be
around forever.

Speaker 1 (19:44):
Uncle Cracker had another huge hit with it and this
is just a different take on it.

Speaker 2 (19:49):
Dustin Letch hanging out with us in the studio and
we have Stephanie on the phone in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Hey, Stephanie,
how are you an alien?

Speaker 1 (19:57):
Oh? No, man, Stephanie, can you hear me?

Speaker 4 (20:02):
I can hear you?

Speaker 2 (20:03):
Okay, Now show Dustin Lynch is in studio with us.
Say hi to Dustin.

Speaker 1 (20:07):
Hi, Stephanie.

Speaker 2 (20:08):
So we're gonna play a game, and Dustin's just gonna
hop in just like we all play this game. We're
gonna play a game called never Gonna Get It and
this game is really hard and nobody ever gets it.
But we're gonna give Stephanie a chance to win a
fifty dollars Sonic gift card. Okay, Stephanie, Okay, So I'm
gonna read you the question.

Speaker 1 (20:25):
Everybody listen closely.

Speaker 2 (20:29):
According to a recent Brides Magazine survey, just under three
percent of newlywed men will do this after marriage.

Speaker 1 (20:37):
What is it? Nobody answer, I'm read it again.

Speaker 2 (20:40):
According to a recent Brides Magazine survey, just under three
percent of newlywed men will do this after marriage.

Speaker 1 (20:46):
Now, Stephanie, you get to go first?

Speaker 5 (20:48):

Speaker 1 (20:50):
Yeah, that's it? What just happened? How does she nail
that immediately? Yeah? Wow? What's what? Stefanie me?

Speaker 10 (20:58):
You were going over those percentages, I think like a
week ago and I happen to hear it.

Speaker 5 (21:04):
Oh that's on me. Then I see that in the
pile in that Wow, yeah, what would you have said?

Speaker 3 (21:12):
I don't even remember I was.

Speaker 8 (21:13):
I was thinking about texting an ex's parents or something.

Speaker 1 (21:17):
That's a pretty good one. Happy birthday, I can't believe.
Can we double it up, Scooba if she has another one?

Speaker 9 (21:22):

Speaker 1 (21:22):
I have on a hundred bucks total. Yeah, okay, we
have one hundred. Stephani, you want to go another round?

Speaker 3 (21:26):
I am singing.

Speaker 2 (21:27):
Okay, about one in five of us have secretly done
this to a stranger.

Speaker 1 (21:32):
Oh, I think about that for a second.

Speaker 2 (21:34):
About one in five of us have secretly done this
to a stranger. Now, Stephanie, you've already won. You cannot lose.
You're already fifty bucks in. But now we just need
a bit. We're gonna do some segment here.

Speaker 3 (21:45):
Just did you say, done to this?

Speaker 1 (21:47):
Done this to them?

Speaker 2 (21:48):
He says, about one in five of us have secretly
done this to a stranger secretly. Okay, so Stephanie, would
you like to.

Speaker 10 (21:54):
Guess secretly judge their look?

Speaker 1 (21:56):
Okay, that's not that's a good one. That's incorrect.

Speaker 2 (21:58):
Now we're gonna all around the room here, and you
get to pick one person to play for you. You
have Dustin Lynch, you have Amy, Lunchbox, Eddie or Morgan.

Speaker 1 (22:06):
Who I'm gonna give you two people. Which two would
you like to play for you?

Speaker 10 (22:09):
Eddie and Lunchbox my favorite?

Speaker 1 (22:12):
Dust It's a guest here.

Speaker 2 (22:13):
I know I have never gotten Yeah, No, I'm not
answered right.

Speaker 9 (22:17):
I feel like I'm the.

Speaker 3 (22:18):
Best one of this.

Speaker 1 (22:18):
Wow, all right, Amy? Who does you pick me? Okay? Amy?
What'd you have?

Speaker 5 (22:25):
H They have asked for their phone number?

Speaker 2 (22:28):
Lunchbox stalk on social Eddie mistaken them for someone else.

Speaker 1 (22:33):

Speaker 3 (22:34):
I had to take a piece of lint or hair
off of them.

Speaker 2 (22:36):
And Dustin paid for their meal. Okay, nobody's right, So
stephan you did not want that. Now here's the final version, Stephanie,
that you can win. You can say yes or no?
Will one of the five of them get it right?
When I ask it again, same question, yes or no?
Will one of them get it right?

Speaker 9 (22:55):

Speaker 1 (22:56):
Okay, here we go.

Speaker 2 (22:57):
About one in five of us have secretly done this
to a stranger. Scretly think about it. Guys, give us
like fifteen seconds of whole music race so these guys
can think about it. About one in five of us
has secretly done this to a stranger.

Speaker 1 (23:10):
What is it? I got it now. Morgan's in SHOs
not keep their car? Everybody good?

Speaker 2 (23:22):
Yeah, all right, one and five secretly secretly, Okay, we
need to answers. Let's go to Amy Amy Goad for
their guests. Incorrect, she said, no, right, lunchbox symptom of drink.

Speaker 1 (23:38):
Okay, incorrect. Eddie stolen money from him.

Speaker 2 (23:42):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (23:42):
I'm sorry, buddy.

Speaker 3 (23:44):
Morgan taking a picture or video of them, that's a
good one.

Speaker 1 (23:48):
Dustin ding their car door in a parking lot. Oh,
that's good. Secretly, Morgan got it. It's take their picture.

Speaker 2 (23:57):
So Stephanie, she already won first one and it's unprecedented.

Speaker 1 (24:02):
Somebody just nails it immediately.

Speaker 2 (24:03):
Yeah, but you're a loser in the second one, so
you do win a fifty dollars gift card. Stephanie, thank
you so much for listening to this. Dustin Lynch, Dustin, thanks, man,
really appreciate you having all guys.

Speaker 3 (24:16):
Wake up, wake up in the morn.

Speaker 1 (24:20):
And it's on the radio and the doctors.

Speaker 11 (24:26):
Here. Ready, lunchbox more get trough school to Steve bred
have it's trying to put you through Fuck. He's running
this week's next bit, The Bobby's on the mix, So
you know what this.

Speaker 10 (24:42):
The Bobby Ball.

Speaker 3 (24:45):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 2 (24:47):
Bobby Lindsey Boyd works at Mason Jar Cafe in Michigan
and person comes in. They get their bills thirty two
forty three, just some normal stuff whatever, and so leaves
a tip on there ten thousand dollars.

Speaker 1 (25:03):
Oh did you.

Speaker 3 (25:05):
Say ten dollars.

Speaker 1 (25:05):
That's a lot of money on a thirty four dollars bill.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
Yeah, thirty two to forty three a ten thousand dollars tip.
We don't know who the person is. They say they
want to be anonymous, unnamed. Now here's the thing. He
didn't want to have his name. And it was real
because at first you're like, is this a prank or
do they write something wrong? Do they mean ten dollars?
You know, ten dots zero zero? But right I added
an extra who knows. They're like, nope, it's legit. But

he wanted to split it with the whole staff. Want
her to split it with the whole staff.

Speaker 5 (25:32):

Speaker 2 (25:33):
So in the end, nine of the servers walked away
with eleven hundred dollars. It's awesome, which is awesome, very generous.

Speaker 6 (25:40):
Was this the guy that was in town for a funeral?
I don't know that I said anything about that. Was
there one like that? Yeah, I think I've read this one. Yeah,
he was in town for a funeral of it for
his best friend, and he wanted to do that in
honor of his best friend.

Speaker 1 (25:52):
That is not in this story at all. Yeah, So
either there's two in these, I guess because mine was
ten thousand.

Speaker 6 (25:58):
Dollars as well.

Speaker 2 (25:58):
Yeah, but I feel like if somebod's gonna easily tip,
that's a pretty like common big number.

Speaker 1 (26:04):
Ten grand good or five grand?

Speaker 2 (26:07):
Like Yeah, maybe, but this is nothing about somebody dying, and.

Speaker 1 (26:12):
Let's put them together. Sure, just for the sake of
telling me something good.

Speaker 5 (26:15):
That a million tell me something good would be that
there's two men out there doing this.

Speaker 1 (26:19):
Oh man, that's even better.

Speaker 3 (26:21):
Yeah, if you were her, would you be I'd be disavoided?

Speaker 1 (26:25):
Why that you don't get all ten thousand because.

Speaker 4 (26:27):
You're the one that's that waited on that person. The
other actual waiting the other waiter waitresses did not help
in any way. They're about the delivery the food who
did the most work.

Speaker 1 (26:38):
You see, you said everyone gets how much. That's awesome.
That's awesome. There you go.

Speaker 2 (26:42):
Regardless of what Lunchbox says, that's what it's all about. That
was tell me something good. Let's go over talk to
Lauren and Oklahoma. Hey, Lauren, good morning, good morning.

Speaker 1 (26:53):
Hey. So you're in Oklahoma. That is the home of Sonic.
Did you know that, Lauren? Yes?

Speaker 10 (26:59):
Actually, when I was in sixth grade, we kind of
prank called Sonics to ask them where they got the name,
and I guess they came from the Sonic Boom.

Speaker 1 (27:08):
I didn't know that. That's a weird prank call, though.

Speaker 3 (27:10):
And how about an educational prank card?

Speaker 1 (27:14):
They wanted to learn something. These are the kind of
kids I like that.

Speaker 2 (27:16):
They're calling places going, excuse me, dairy queen, tell me
about Queen of version.

Speaker 1 (27:21):

Speaker 2 (27:22):
So, here's the thing. I'm gonna give you a chance
to win a fifty dollars Sonic gift card right now.
We're gonna play the Bobby Feud, pick Amy, Lunchboxer Eddie
to play for you, Lauren.

Speaker 1 (27:29):
Any of those three?

Speaker 10 (27:31):
Oh my goodness, all right, I'm sorry, Lunchbock. I wanna
go with Eddie.

Speaker 2 (27:36):
All right, Eddie go, you're representing her.

Speaker 3 (27:39):
You're gonna go hungry.

Speaker 1 (27:40):
We rolled the dice and Eddie will go first as well.

Speaker 2 (27:44):
The category is according to the New Harris Poll, these
are the most polarizing foods in America that Americans hate.
Polarizing Americans hate this food? What are they talk? Ten
answers on the board. I don't even know this, Eddie.

Speaker 1 (28:00):
You're up. I'm gonna go with olives. Let me olives.
Do Americans hate? Number ones?

Speaker 3 (28:04):
Show me olives?

Speaker 1 (28:07):
Number eight? Answer us? All of God, I should say
that one. That's eight points. I think Americans hate ranch dressing.

Speaker 3 (28:14):
Ranch dressing. Show it to me, had Amy over you sardines?
Show me sardines. Let's talk to what food?

Speaker 1 (28:30):
Do Americans hate?

Speaker 3 (28:31):
Tomatoes? Tomatoes?

Speaker 1 (28:34):

Speaker 3 (28:35):
Those gets impossible. I love tomatoes. Well yeah, but it's polarizing.
Some people loving some people hate them, though I said hate.

Speaker 2 (28:42):
That question is what everybody hates them? My one loves
all of everybody? Are you yelling?

Speaker 5 (28:47):
What what?

Speaker 1 (28:47):
Because you don't understand something that saying?

Speaker 4 (28:49):
He's like, well, I love tomatoes like well, I love
all of so I love alive too.

Speaker 1 (28:54):
Yeah, oh got it? So godaddie, Americans hate what give
me onions? Bones?

Speaker 3 (29:00):
But people love onions.

Speaker 1 (29:01):
It's polarizing. I hate onions, That's what I'm talking about.

Speaker 3 (29:04):
But that's not the point. It's just Americans.

Speaker 2 (29:06):
Most Americans hate them. You have yellow card. Lunchbox is
now yellow carded. Show me onions. I think onions are
pretty loved, really because I hate them so much, and
everybody's like, you're stupid and ugly.

Speaker 1 (29:19):
Amy, Broccoli. I love broccoli.

Speaker 3 (29:23):
But okay, we don't get it.

Speaker 5 (29:26):
Whatever's happening, we don't get it.

Speaker 1 (29:28):
I I think I got it. Lunchbox, what food do
Americans hate?

Speaker 3 (29:31):

Speaker 1 (29:32):
Oh like spam?

Speaker 12 (29:33):
Show me spam, Eddie, cripple the points, triple points, you
have me mustard.

Speaker 1 (29:46):
I'm gonna went with eight points.

Speaker 3 (29:47):
Amy, we only want to get one, right, Blowney show lunchbox,
mush room.

Speaker 1 (29:58):
That's a good one, John Musher, just two points.

Speaker 3 (30:04):
That's the third round.

Speaker 1 (30:05):
Okay, yeah, that's two times three, two times three?

Speaker 3 (30:07):

Speaker 1 (30:08):
What's two times do the math?

Speaker 9 (30:11):

Speaker 3 (30:11):
Wait the second what's two times three?

Speaker 1 (30:13):
There's no way do the math. Hey, he's already got yellow.
I got to get red carded, for sure.

Speaker 3 (30:17):
I keep arguing then keep going.

Speaker 5 (30:19):
Guess another one and.

Speaker 1 (30:19):
I'll argue this. This is good.

Speaker 3 (30:23):
Two how money to see the list?

Speaker 1 (30:27):
Go ahead? Is that possible to see the list? Now?

Speaker 3 (30:32):
Okay, yeah, I'm not sure about that. Oh, it's easier
if you're a vegetarian. You know what you hate?

Speaker 4 (30:43):
That's too many and that's not enough Americans that are
vegetarian me. Yeah, I was gonna say that. Let's see.

Speaker 1 (30:53):

Speaker 3 (30:55):
No, you didn't give me a time, did not count
me down.

Speaker 1 (30:58):
There's no second ray.

Speaker 3 (31:00):
But you didn't do any countdown. There was no countdown.

Speaker 4 (31:04):
That is not absolutely Now we're doing quadruple points. Nobody
got to know, so we got to do another round.

Speaker 3 (31:11):
Ten hours, okay, three seconds. Stay Americans hate stay candy.

Speaker 2 (31:23):
We're going to quadruple points, Eddie. I'm just not gonna
let you win because nobody got anything. So if you
quadruple points for this one, going.

Speaker 1 (31:29):
This is crazy. Let's see, it's gotta be a veggie.
Their eight answers still left on the board. Americans hate
what foods.

Speaker 13 (31:36):
Go phones, give me cabbage. They hate cabbage. Cabbage is terrible.
I don't think about cabbage much because you hate it.

Speaker 2 (31:49):
Show me cabbage.

Speaker 3 (31:54):
Hot dogs, hot dogs, lunchbox.

Speaker 4 (32:01):
Yeah, it's four polarizing oysters. Show tastes like boogers. Show
them for the win.

Speaker 3 (32:07):
Oysters, Boogers, They are boogers. I had some. They taste
like boogers, bog.

Speaker 1 (32:11):
Are you picking boogers oysters?

Speaker 3 (32:12):
Oysters because boogers is not a food? Show them oysters
take it away? Still, they took it? Nobody? What iso?

Speaker 1 (32:24):
What is he on site? How's that?

Speaker 10 (32:26):

Speaker 3 (32:26):

Speaker 1 (32:27):
Now? Hey?

Speaker 3 (32:27):
I told you you're going hungry hover hugger hungry?

Speaker 2 (32:31):
Hey Lauren, Lauren, Lauren hold on? And I can't let
Eddie win. But the real rules you would have won,
so you do get the gift card. But Eddie, you
don't win.

Speaker 1 (32:40):
That's okay, okay.

Speaker 2 (32:42):
If I would have played by the rules, Eddie would
have won. But I just don't want to let the
game retire with only one.

Speaker 1 (32:46):
I get it.

Speaker 3 (32:47):
Whatdy else is on the list?

Speaker 1 (32:48):
Please? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (32:48):
Anchovy's one, two, black liquorice, black flickers, Anchoby's one.

Speaker 1 (32:53):
Though, sardines and anchovies are not the same thing, they're not.

Speaker 2 (32:56):
I guess not know what anchov are, Okay, anchovey, I
think it's a fish, black licorice, Yeah, it's a little
fish oysters boo beats.

Speaker 3 (33:08):
Thought about those Brussels sprouts.

Speaker 1 (33:12):
Okra gone with Oprah.

Speaker 4 (33:15):
Blue cheese, coconut?

Speaker 3 (33:20):
What I don't know what cheese is?

Speaker 1 (33:22):
You don't know what blue cheese is?

Speaker 3 (33:24):
Steak? How do you coconut is the none?

Speaker 1 (33:27):
No blue cheese? He said, you don't know blue cheese.

Speaker 13 (33:28):
I don't know what.

Speaker 3 (33:29):
It's just a cheese.

Speaker 2 (33:30):

Speaker 3 (33:30):
I don't I've never had it.

Speaker 1 (33:31):
I guess blue cheese cheese.

Speaker 3 (33:38):
Oh, I don't ever get dipping sauce, but it's also
a cheese. It's not that's dressing. But when I get
my wings, I just eat my wings. I don't dip
them anything, but bring sauce with it if they want ranch.

Speaker 4 (33:49):
And I'm like, no, I'm good, but I've never had
a bite of blue cheese.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
I don't think. I don't know what I'm well.

Speaker 2 (33:54):
Lauren, you're gonna get this, okay, so you're gonna get
the prop.

Speaker 1 (33:58):
Stay on the phone, play that too as well. She's like,
what's happened? I know I feel that way too. I
feel like this show is drunk right now.

Speaker 2 (34:05):
Lunchbox wins, Lauren wins, everybody wins. Didn't want to play it. No,
we didn't accept all the listeners. The listeners did not Okay,
Ray talked to me here, what happened. Yeah, So I
FaceTime my buddy. I just want to see him. He
lives in Boston, he moved away.

Speaker 3 (34:21):
I missed him.

Speaker 1 (34:22):
I miss seeing his face. Hit him up with a
FaceTime and he goes. I didn't answer that. I don't
do face times with dudes, but he's my really good friend.
That's weird.

Speaker 11 (34:31):
That's weird.

Speaker 3 (34:32):
And so I want to know what do you guys
do face times with guys?

Speaker 2 (34:35):
So Ray's question, this is weird for guys to FaceTime
with guys. I never thought about it being a thing
where it's like, I'm a good FaceTime with guys. I
could see where it's like weird to cole call somebody
on FaceTime if you're not close with them, like if
it were like, no, I look, it's FaceTime and it's
like Dan from Sales.

Speaker 1 (34:50):
I'm like, what that's intimate. That's a weird. Yeah, I
don't want to get on FaceTime.

Speaker 2 (34:53):
There, but I know no, there is no I think
more than guy girl.

Speaker 1 (34:58):
What it's how close you are to them? Yeah, that's
where the intimate part is. It's not a dude dude
type thing or dude.

Speaker 6 (35:07):
Just FaceTime My buddy Todd from my friend from college
that I hadn't talked to in years, and it was
awesome as a cold FaceTime dude.

Speaker 1 (35:13):
We talked for hours. It was unbelievable hours.

Speaker 3 (35:15):
Yeah, it was.

Speaker 1 (35:16):
It was almost like we like we.

Speaker 6 (35:18):
Saw each other at a bar and like, dude, sit down,
let's have a drink, let's talk.

Speaker 1 (35:21):
And we just kept talking and talking, catching up.

Speaker 2 (35:22):
It was great, and you focus more when you're visually
looking at each other, for sure.

Speaker 1 (35:27):
And then he was like, come me and my wife. Look,
these are my kids. And he walked around his house
and it was awesome. And he answers on the toilet sometimes,
which is weird.

Speaker 2 (35:33):
I love FaceTime. I don't like that of it because
I can just tell you didn't have a shirt on.
He never has a shirt on the toilet either, which
is weird. And you can hear the hollow sound of
the bathroom. So there is no issue guy to guy
or whatever sort of stigma he has on FaceTime.

Speaker 1 (35:47):
All right, there is there is.

Speaker 4 (35:48):
You don't FaceTime dudes, okay, you can FaceTime family members
or females.

Speaker 1 (35:54):
But what about family members? They are dudes.

Speaker 4 (35:57):
Oh if it's like a group zoom or group chat, okay,
but you why not?

Speaker 3 (36:02):
What has this weird?

Speaker 1 (36:03):
Guys? Brother?

Speaker 3 (36:05):
Or your dad? Your dad on the mountain if it's
his birthday. I'll have my family and.

Speaker 1 (36:12):
Hear that. Facts.

Speaker 3 (36:15):
Facts I do kiss my dad on the lips.

Speaker 1 (36:17):

Speaker 3 (36:18):
I don't FaceTime my dad. It's awkward.

Speaker 4 (36:20):
It's weird if I just randomly FaceTime Garrett or Forrest liked,
be like, what are you doing?

Speaker 3 (36:25):
Like, so you just call them, be like, yo, bro,
what up?

Speaker 1 (36:28):
Is he the only one that thinks it's weird for dudes? FaceTime? Dudes?
Is anybody Morgan? What about you?

Speaker 2 (36:31):
You're younger than us, so it's like you're earned a
different generation type thing.

Speaker 1 (36:35):

Speaker 3 (36:36):
Dudes, Yeah, No, I think it's totally good. I think
they should do it more because they probably don't do
it enough.

Speaker 1 (36:40):
Yeah, I agree, But you just call them on the phone.
I think you can do all of them. I don't
think there's a.

Speaker 3 (36:45):
Way had written letter.

Speaker 1 (36:48):
What's wrong with sending the smoke signal? Kids? These days?

Speaker 2 (36:51):
Reg your friends, your friend I feel doesn't quite understand
that there is nothing wrong with face timing whom, whatever
sex you are.

Speaker 1 (37:02):
Yeah, it was fine with my nephew.

Speaker 7 (37:04):
It is the first time going with a guy my
same age, so I just want to make sure.

Speaker 1 (37:07):
But it doesn't mean that you're like in love with
the person you're face himing with. So maybe maybe they're
not as close as Rate thinks they are.

Speaker 3 (37:13):
No, face timing is very intimate.

Speaker 2 (37:15):
I agree, that is why. That's the level of it.
It's not due, dude, it's how well you know them.
That's what it is.

Speaker 1 (37:21):
Right. No, it's not a lot to do, Okay.

Speaker 4 (37:25):
Bobby Bone Show Today, this story comes up from Amarillo, Texas.
Whitney Moffett is a door dash driver and she's like, yeah,
I'm gonna go pick up this order for a customer.

Speaker 3 (37:37):
Wingstops, pulls up, goes in sizes.

Speaker 4 (37:39):
Yeah, I'm here to pick up an order, and they say, ma'am,
it's gonna be about seven more minutes.

Speaker 3 (37:44):
What are you supposed to do?

Speaker 1 (37:45):

Speaker 3 (37:45):
Wait? Nope. She goes back in the kitchen starts hitting people,
Why in my order?

Speaker 10 (37:50):

Speaker 3 (37:50):
Why in the order? Ready?

Speaker 1 (37:52):
I feel like it's about more than the order, you know.

Speaker 2 (37:55):
I feel like, okay, it's okay to be frustrated, but
when you walk somewhere and start hit and I feel
like there's more happening than just a late order better
help hope, Yeah, you cout a better help?

Speaker 1 (38:07):
You know, use that code word? Is it? Bobby bones
bones betterhelp dot com? Slash bones?

Speaker 4 (38:14):
Okay, and there was an off duty sheriff's deputy in
the restaurant who was able to apprehend her.

Speaker 2 (38:19):
What if you're just in the kitchen cooking and somebody
comes back swinging on everybody? Funny as long as you're
swinging with his fists.

Speaker 1 (38:25):
But yeah, that's crazy.

Speaker 3 (38:26):
All right, I'm bunch box at your bonehead story of
the day.

Speaker 1 (38:31):
We're done. We hope you have a great day. We
will see you tomorrow.

Speaker 3 (38:34):
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