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August 11, 2023 30 mins

Do you allow people to wear shoes in your home? Honey and Carolina have mixed feelings when it comes to this controversial topic.

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
I'm Honey Germany. My parents are Dominican. I was born
and raised in New York City. I love sneakers and
I'm a body positive advocate.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
I'm Carolina Bermudez Sony Nikaa wins it. But I was
born and raised in Ohio. I'm a wife, a mama,
and a worker bee.

Speaker 1 (00:18):
This is life in Spanglish.

Speaker 2 (00:21):
By now, the saying is so famous. I mean, you
can't get away from it.

Speaker 3 (00:25):
But mikasas Sukassa betro sing Saato because Honey brought this
up to me and she wanted to know.

Speaker 2 (00:34):
She's like, I want to know what is your policy
at your house? And I said, girl, do you really
want to know this?

Speaker 4 (00:39):
You don't know me by now?

Speaker 1 (00:40):
Yeah, I really really really want to know this, Carolina,
because I don't know. I feel a way when people
tell me to take my shoes off when they go
to their house.

Speaker 2 (00:49):
Oh my gosh. Okay, so I thought you were going
to be on my side. See, Honey, I took you
as I look at your instagrams.

Speaker 4 (00:57):
You have an immaculate home.

Speaker 1 (00:59):
Yeah, house is super clean anybody who comes here.

Speaker 2 (01:02):
Yeah, and I am the same. I mean, the one
thing that I've always been very very strict about are
my floors. You will come into my home, even with
a dog that sheds, I swiffer twice a day, you
will not find anything nasty on my floors. And I
did this from the time that the boys were little,

because you know, you have little babies.

Speaker 4 (01:23):
There crawling floor.

Speaker 2 (01:25):
Yeah, so from the time even before this, when we
lived in Brooklyn, there was a strict rule. You did
not even before that in a Homebooken, are you kidding
me right now?

Speaker 4 (01:36):
I'm taking it way back from a single every.

Speaker 1 (01:38):
Where you've been no shoes in your house.

Speaker 2 (01:41):
You do not wear shoes in the house, and especially
in this area. Ladies, gentlemen, if you're listening, do you
feel me like seriously comment at Eli's spanguish and let
me know what your policy is, because we are very
strict about it in this household.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
I don't know, Carolyn. I always kind of like reserve
that for like if let's say you're from Asia, or
you're from the Middle East, or you're Japanese. Like I
understood that as a sign of respect for certain cultures,
people from certain countries. But I feel away, and I
still feel away. I guess maybe because I didn't grow

up with that. It's like you would run around the
house you had your shoes off, And I didn't know
any Latinos that would say you have to take your
shoes off when you come to my house. So now,
even now, I recently bought a house in Jersey and
I redid all the floors. They're live beige Krolina, I
could not fix my face to tell someone take your
shoes off when they come in my house, Like I
feel like they would be so offended, like I would

think they're dirty.

Speaker 4 (02:41):
I'm sorry you're offended, but this is my home.

Speaker 1 (02:44):
No teach me your ways, Caroline. I really have not
been able to like even fix my face to tell
one person. I remember Nala, who worked with us, came
to my house and she was like, should I take
off my shoes? And I was like, no, no, no, why
would you take off your shoes? And she's like, oh,
my mom would make people take off their shoes, and
one hundred percent that she took them off and she
walked around and has socks. But then I thought about it,

I was like, that's kind of weird and I don't
like it either when I go to people's houses.

Speaker 2 (03:11):
Well, then you know what, you bring your own slippers, baby,
because I am not even kidding around. When you come
to my home, see this is the thing you can
walk in through my front entry.

Speaker 4 (03:21):
You can walk in in.

Speaker 2 (03:22):
That area because then, by the way, you do know
when you leave, I'm gonna get out me being as
al and I'm gonna go ahead and I'm gonna mop
that area because you walked in it with your shoes
from outside.

Speaker 4 (03:33):
But you know, I've been traveling so much.

Speaker 2 (03:35):
Lately, and this is hilarious because this will just tell
you guys a lot about my personality.

Speaker 4 (03:39):
I do not waste anything. And you know, since E has.

Speaker 2 (03:43):
Been flying me back and forth to La, you know,
I am going to grab those slippers and I'm going
to save them. So when you come to my house,
if you don't want to walk around barefoot, that's okay.
I can offer you little socks, or I can offer
you the Delta plane slippers that have no been used,
because I would never bring plane slippers into my own
home too.

Speaker 4 (04:04):
That's a whole other discussion.

Speaker 2 (04:06):
And I have something to provide for you so that
you don't feel uncomfortable, because I will say I have
been to other people's houses, and they got some skanky
floors with some crumbs on, and they got dog hair,
and I feel like I want to take off my
shoes and walk around barefoot and that environment. So why
would I want anybody to feel that way in my home.

Speaker 1 (04:25):
That's definitely a thing, because you know, some people might
not want to show their socks. I say they got
some ratty socks with some holes in it, or even
the bare feet. Let's say you haven't gotten petticure of
forever and yet feet it just tore up curently. No,
that's another reason why people might be like, I don't
want to take off my shoes, and there I am
at your door, like, so I can't visit you unless
I expose my raggedy ass feet that haven't had a
petticure in three months. Okay, no problem.

Speaker 4 (04:48):
Well, no, you know what, it don't feel bad at me? Nope,
I sure don't.

Speaker 2 (04:51):
You want to know why, because it's my house and
it's and I live here, and if you're gonna come
in my house, my house, my rules.

Speaker 4 (04:59):
But you know what I do with I want.

Speaker 1 (05:01):
You to pack you to attacked.

Speaker 2 (05:02):
Okay, I think I tried to you know this is
the problem, though, So I have a mother in law
who selectively forgets every time she comes to visit us
that we do not wear shoes in the house. And
I understand it's out of habit and a lot of
people don't do it, and so I do give her
a pass because it's like, hey, listen, if you wear
your shoes in your house, that's on you. But we

don't do it here. I have even gone so far
as to purchase her a pair of house slippers. Like,
by the way, I will tell you, I have a
pair of like birkenstocks that I wear in my house.
These don't leave my house. They don't go anywhere but
my house. They're little plastic ones, right, because I also
have a bad back, so I need that foot support.

But I went so far as to buy her a
pair of sandals so that when she comes to New York,
I always say, oh, you know, Jackie, we don't wear
shoes in the household on, let me get you your slippers,
so then she can put those on. And it's almost
like training her.

Speaker 1 (05:59):
Girl, this is an older person. This is not a
thing like I'm telling you it was. This never a
thing for me, like any house I visit it growing up,
not my black friends, not my Latino friends, not my
white friends. So for me, it's just weird as hell.

Speaker 4 (06:13):
No, there's just too much funk out in these streets sometimes.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Well that is true. I know that, you know, it's
very unsanitary, especially like us. We travel in trains, we
take ubers, we be in airports, so your shoes are
super contaminated and disgusting.

Speaker 2 (06:27):
Oh and the other thing too, since you're talking about
the airports. My suitcase doesn't go into my bedroom because
that suitcase has.

Speaker 4 (06:35):
Been here, there, everywhere.

Speaker 2 (06:37):
There are certain things that I just like won't allow
into my like sanctuary, you know. And I know that
it's not like there are so many people who just
don't care and they're like, oh, life's too sure, Why
do you worry about things like that?

Speaker 4 (06:48):
This is like a thing.

Speaker 2 (06:50):
So I think that, like the pandemic actually made it
worse because I've always been a germ of fobe.

Speaker 1 (06:55):
I was just gonna asked girl during the pandemic, what
was going down in your house? If you don't even
bring the suitcase in that house?

Speaker 2 (07:00):
Next level, I was one of the ones that was
life selling the groceries on the outside and doing all
of that business. But you know what, I do think
that like it definitely heightened my awareness for germs and things.

Speaker 4 (07:13):
Like that, which was not good.

Speaker 2 (07:15):
It didn't get me to a good place, but I
think that I definitely relaxed a little bit more Like
with the kids. First thing you do when you go home?
What's the first thing that you do, honey? Other than
take off your you don't take off your shoes. So
what's the first thing that you do when you walk
in the door.

Speaker 1 (07:28):
As soon as I walk in the house, Carolina, put
my sunglasses down. I go right to the fridge, get
me a beverage.

Speaker 2 (07:35):
Oh oh, you missed a step. See this is where
we do not agree.

Speaker 4 (07:41):
The first thing you do walk into this house?

Speaker 1 (07:44):
Oh your house. We're talking about when I walk into
your house? On my house?

Speaker 4 (07:48):
No, your house.

Speaker 2 (07:48):
No, you were right.

Speaker 1 (07:49):
You were right about the thing.

Speaker 4 (07:50):
Like the difference between us.

Speaker 2 (07:51):
Is that, like the first thing that I do is
wash my hands. I will still even have my purse
on my on my shoulder.

Speaker 1 (08:00):
Yeah yeah, thinking about that, right, I know.

Speaker 4 (08:03):
But that's what I'm saying. It's like for some people,
it's almost like an illness. You know what I mean,
like to be that consumed by it.

Speaker 1 (08:09):
I thought you want to be that dirty like me.

Speaker 4 (08:12):
No, I'm saying you're normal.

Speaker 2 (08:14):
Like what you do is normal. What I do is
over the top. It's too much. Like even my sister
says sometimes she's like yeah, you know, and I'm like, no,
it will like it's the kind of stuff that keeps
me up at night.

Speaker 1 (08:27):
But you know what, like after you started talking about this,
you don't be like we're recording and we're talking and
I'm googling. I'm just like all over the place. And
then I was just looking and I'm like, what's on shoes?
And I'm reading this article and it says ecla is
on shoes?

Speaker 4 (08:42):

Speaker 2 (08:43):
You know the Upper east Side. So the Upper east
Side has this really bad problem. And you would think
all of these rich people with their little dog walkers
and all the people that got money, you know, that
they would be a little bit more clean and that
they would be a little more tidy and consider it.
Wait until I tell you the issue that is happening

on the Upper east Side when we get back from
this break. So before we went to break, Okay, this
is something that is happening now. If you're listening to
us anywhere on the iHeartRadio app, God bless you, because
if you're living in Ohio, if you're living somewhere else
like in Texas or you know, Washington City, you probably
don't run into the issues that we are running into here.

Speaker 4 (09:26):
On the Upper east Side. There is a dog poop problem.

Speaker 2 (09:31):
On the Upper east Side, they have a surplus honey
of dog poop to the point where they had to
start an initiative to tell people that you need to
clean up your dog's mess. So imagine we're on fifty
fifth and six.

Speaker 1 (09:46):
And let me paint this to you. Guys. We are
in the middle of the theater district. So you see
all these Broadway shows that you know, everyone wants to
come see in New York. We're right in the middle
of that mix, right.

Speaker 2 (09:56):
So then you imagine that there's people from the Upper
east Side coming over to our area. We're going over
to their area whatever, you know, like the we're very
truancy of.

Speaker 4 (10:05):
People New Yorkers. We were here there everywhere. Right.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
You're bringing whatever that little dog just did, that mess
that they made, you're bringing that into your home on
your shoes next to your family. Some people. Okay, this
is what drives me insane. I've been at other people's
houses where they put their feet up on the coffee
table and they have their shoes.

Speaker 4 (10:26):
On, and then they eat on the coffee table.

Speaker 2 (10:30):
No, it is that is enough to make my skin crawl.

Speaker 1 (10:36):
Now you're making me feel like I need to tell
people to take their shoes off, especially if they coming
from the BX, the upper east side, the lower east side.
Where are you coming from? Oh, the subway is disgusting.
I used to start. You're right, Carolina, I used to
step on piss all the time. I get I was
dry pissed, and then my sneakerld be stuck on it.
Now you're giving me that, Carolina, And my position on
shoes and Mikasa might just have to change, because now

I'm seeing him as a health hazard, not just like
you know what is ap come visit me. It's like
a look. It's like the shoes. And my older sister
she comes, It's like she has just shoes on Valentino.
Sometimes the Balanciaga sneakers match the hat. How I look
being like, I know you got this whole fit and

this whole drip and this look going. But can you
take off your shoes? I want to see kind of
stocks you got under there? Slip aside time.

Speaker 2 (11:27):
But you know what if they both that, you know
what I mean, Like, you're not trying to impress anybody
in my house. And that's where I feel like, you know,
maybe people will feel more comfortable. Look, I understand if
it's uncomfortable for you and you're not used to it,
but I also want you to feel like you can
relax in my home. And I'm not relaxing if you
are coming through and you got all of that stuff

on you, like, no way, no, how Now, I do
know that I can push the limit and that it
is a bit much. And that's where my sister was
telling me. She's like, you know, you can't be that
way with people, and I said, no, I know that
I can't be that way with people. But it's also
still my house, you know, so there has to be
a little bit of a give and take.

Speaker 1 (12:09):
I guess you gotta respect everyone's I guess I want
to tell people take off their shoes, but I feel
like trash. I don't know why, Carolina, I just know it,
But I'm going to tell you. I'm going to tell
you this is the type of person I am. I
went to a party one time a couple of years ago,
and they had a porta potty and they were like, oh,

we don't want nobody in our house. Whoever has to
piss has to use a porta partty in Carolina, I left.

Speaker 2 (12:38):
Yeah, see that's next.

Speaker 1 (12:39):
I felt wildly disrespected. I said, wait, hold on, you
want me here to celebrate a big life event for you,
but I am not worthy of going into your home
and pissing on your toilet. I am sure as hell
am not going to piss in no por to potty.
And you know why, Carolina. I made my rounds. I said,

I dropped off my gift. I had a drink, and
I broke out. I'm sorry, Carolina. And I feel like
people would take me telling them to take off their
shoes the same way I took as somebody telling me
go pissing a porta potty.

Speaker 2 (13:12):
So the thing with the porta potty okay, And I'm
just gonna play Devil's advocate.

Speaker 1 (13:15):
Here, Please do so, because that traumatized me for life.

Speaker 2 (13:19):
I would be traumatized too, and I don't think that
I could bring myself to pee in the porta potty.

Speaker 4 (13:23):
Legit, I would not be able.

Speaker 2 (13:24):
I probably would have done the same beautiful home.

Speaker 1 (13:27):
It was a beautiful home with multiple bathrooms, and it
was the porter partty was in the driveway.

Speaker 5 (13:32):
My only thought process for that where it's acceptable, where
I would be like, Okay, it's understandable is if they
had are doing work or renovations in their home.

Speaker 2 (13:42):
But other than that, if you just have a porta
potty because you don't want people coming into your home,
that's an issue for me, and I feel like that
is rude. I feel like that's bad manners.

Speaker 4 (13:53):
Okay, all right, so I agree with you. The porta
potty is like next level.

Speaker 2 (13:57):
That's taking it a step too far, because like, what
do you expect that people are? First, Well, you have
to trust your guests like that they're not going to
come into your home and absolutely destroy it.

Speaker 1 (14:04):
Right exactly like you invited me here, but now I
can't piss in your toilet and my you know what
Nuni said, absolutely no, my wife not putting her ass on. No, damn.
Porta poppa is precious and we don't take it.

Speaker 2 (14:16):
But no, but if you are but if you're doing
renovations to your home or if there's something that could
be potentially dangerous for your guests, I could see why, Like, listen,
I'm providing you with the porta potty because you cannot
come into my home because.

Speaker 4 (14:28):
Of X y Z. I feel like that is considerate.

Speaker 2 (14:31):
But if you're doing it because you just don't want
like people to be in your house, like that's messed up.

Speaker 1 (14:39):
Back to the shoes, Karlina, I will say one thing though.
While I was I've been recovering from my stroke, I
did wear a shoe brace and I've been to houses
where people are like, no shoes, and I'm like, I apologize,
I have to wear my shoes.

Speaker 2 (14:54):
Oh but honey, no, See that's like a whole different situation.
I'm not like this is that that to me? It's like,
you have to respect that somebody is going through something.
I would never expect you to do that if you
were to.

Speaker 4 (15:05):
Come to my home at that point.

Speaker 1 (15:06):
And I felt like so awkward the whole time, Like
it happened to me twice and I'm like, oh my god,
I know they're probably so mad. I have my shoes on.
And I was like, but I can't walk without my
brace and I can't wear my brace without my shoes.

Speaker 2 (15:18):
Right, No, I mean I think that you have to
kind of gauge, like I mean, obviously if it's somebody's like,
you know, like for example, my mother in law totally
able bodied, you.

Speaker 4 (15:27):
Know she's not.

Speaker 2 (15:28):
No, I'm serious, like if she were in a walker
or something like, yes, I'm not going to be like,
oh second.

Speaker 1 (15:33):
Yeah, I'm safe, right right.

Speaker 4 (15:36):
I think like you have to gauge like with each
person and stuff.

Speaker 2 (15:38):
But like I do think that people need to recognize
like the things that they're bringing into their home because
I don't.

Speaker 4 (15:44):
Think people see it.

Speaker 2 (15:45):
And after like everything that we went through, I am sorry.
I am not trying to track any kind of bugs
or you know, any kind of mess in my house
after what we went through.

Speaker 4 (15:55):
No, thank you, ma'am.

Speaker 1 (15:57):
And all I got to say is, thank god you
don't have no carpeting house, Karlina, because I have her
carpets are like a playground for bacteria, germs, and even
if you have an animal or be that day, I'm sorry,
I don't even have an area rug at my house
because I'm so shook.

Speaker 2 (16:13):
I'm telling you, like she is limited to where our
kitchen is, you know, like we have one rug there
in like the main area because obviously like we have
a couch like and a coffee table or whatever.

Speaker 4 (16:25):
But like she is not allowed to just roam free
in this home.

Speaker 1 (16:29):
No way, no how, no no no no.

Speaker 4 (16:37):
Trust me, I saved her from the sawdust. She's fine.
She's better than she would have been if she would
have stayed in that same place. So no, she's winning
right now. She stays winning. Right now.

Speaker 1 (16:46):
You're winning in the yard and in the kitchen. Just
enjoy what you have, okay girl.

Speaker 2 (16:50):
Right No, And like you know, one quick thing that
I will say, it's like this is this is something
that I adopt everywhere. I don't care if I am
you know that I act actually bring my own socks
with me if I go to other people's houses, like
just because it's like, oh okay, if I want to
feel comfortable, if they want me to take off my
shoes there, like I'm gonna take them off and I'm
gonna put.

Speaker 4 (17:08):
On my little socks or whatever.

Speaker 2 (17:10):
But like I adopt this at hotels when I'm traveling,
Like I said, I pull those airline slippers and those
are my best friends. I also have a pair of
hotel flip flops that I wear in the shower. My
precious little feet are not getting that funk that athletes
funk from the shower. So you know, it's like, this
is a very calculated thing on my part.

Speaker 1 (17:33):
You know what I think I'm gonna do. Carolina, I
saw Chloe Kardashian. She doesn't allow shoes in her house,
and you know what she has. She has like those
little booties that people like. When we were seeing houses,
some houses would make us put on those booties. I
think maybe I'll buy those booties and it'll make me
feel a little better, Like you don't have to take
off your shoes, but do you mind putting these on?

Speaker 4 (17:53):

Speaker 2 (17:53):
Do you mind looking like the village people like you're
about to do construction in my home?

Speaker 4 (17:56):
Because I'm gonna give you the booties. But it's like,
I don't care. Girl.

Speaker 1 (18:00):
Do you mind looking like you about to give me
a hoby by a Lama house?

Speaker 2 (18:03):

Speaker 4 (18:03):
I do not mind. I will hook you up.

Speaker 2 (18:06):
Actually, we had the cable people out here the other
day because like there's been stuff going on with the
cable and before the guys walked through and they had
those big ass like Timberlain like those big yes, and
I'm like, I am not having you track wherever you
have been inside of my home. So I keep them
right at the front. There's a little table there, and
they said, oh, you know, can you old on one.
I kind I'll grab you guys some booties there. They

actually are very accustomed to it, and they're like, oh, thanks,
I don't have to go out to my truck for it.

Speaker 4 (18:31):
So you know what it is.

Speaker 2 (18:32):
I think preparation is key to make people not feel uncomfortable,
maybe grabbing a couple of those slippers, you know, or
are having like a little basket full of like, you know,
unused socks.

Speaker 4 (18:44):
That's the other thing.

Speaker 2 (18:45):
You could go to the dollar tree and get like
some of those little like booty slippers, you know what
I mean, Like the little ones that have like the
traction on the bottom.

Speaker 4 (18:52):
So it's like just.

Speaker 2 (18:55):
Lata and then it's not gonna be la and will
not be a problem.

Speaker 1 (18:59):
All right, Fine, I'm gonna make a little basket by
the house because I'm kind of tired. Because I'll tell
you this much, Carolina, I do mop the hell out
of the whole entire house when people leave, like when
I have people over, Yes, Josta, the one that be
like doing the swirl, like when you hit the pump.
I use swiffers and I used to the bucket. Do
you use a bucket or no?

Speaker 4 (19:18):
Absolutely? Yes, the one that that you have to push
the lever down.

Speaker 1 (19:22):
Yeah, that joint, that joint meet that cadrolina. Sometimes I
do it so much because I'd be texting and pumping
that the damn mop is dry. I'm better than I
I have one.

Speaker 2 (19:30):
Man, I'm going to put you onto something else before
we hit to the salon.

Speaker 4 (19:33):
There's I'm going to send you the link for this.
You remember when you were younger.

Speaker 2 (19:37):
And the custodian would go around the school and you
had that one device that had like the two circles,
like the two things that were going in a circle.

Speaker 1 (19:44):
That yellow bucket.

Speaker 4 (19:46):
No, no, no, not the bucket.

Speaker 2 (19:47):
It's like a it's like a device like a machine
like that they used to like to polish the floor.

Speaker 1 (19:52):
Oh yeah, yeah, I remember that. I remember that.

Speaker 4 (19:54):
Yeah, I even got that in my house. So you know,
when you come here, it's serious in CA serious clean situation.

Speaker 2 (20:02):
Now, when we come back, we have to head to
the salon because there's somebody who has a question about
brew Heria, and I think that you're just the person
for it.

Speaker 1 (20:08):
Oh, you know.

Speaker 2 (20:12):
More than I do, all right, Okay, So we have
to go to the salon, honey, because somebody wrote in
and they have a question. Okay, And I don't feel
like I know enough about this stuff, So I want
you to be the person to really guide them, because
I feel like you know more about the subject than

I do.

Speaker 4 (20:33):
So do you want me to read it for you?

Speaker 1 (20:35):
Yes, read it while I gather my thoughts. You know,
I like to like ingest what you read to get
my responses. Ready, go for it?

Speaker 2 (20:41):
Okay, here we go, it says, ladies. I'm gonna keep
this brief. My boyfriend's mom is into Brewia. I'm convinced
that she has hexted me after we I know, after
we skip Thanksgiving at his mom's house. This year, weird
things have been happening to me. I got into a
fender bender, I broke two of my toes in a
weird accident involving a taxi dermized moose head what taxidermists?

Speaker 1 (21:06):
I know what that is? Look at me?

Speaker 2 (21:08):
Yeah, but okay, so she broke two of her toes
in a weird accident involving a moosehead, lost one of
my contract jobs and more. I don't want to publicly
accuse her, but when I mentioned to my boyfriend, he
tried to tell me this was a joke.

Speaker 4 (21:21):
What should I do to break this person? Am I
going crazy? Okay?

Speaker 1 (21:27):
This is a lot la suega. I want more. You
where's the swegura from? Because you know some of our countries,
you know that's their thing. I don't need to signal
anybody out. And you know what, I'm not even gonna
mention some of the are islands which are known, you
know for this Bruhia thing, but it is a thing
among some Latinos.

Speaker 4 (21:47):
What is it called where you're from? Because I think
my mom.

Speaker 2 (21:49):
I used to hear my mom talking about it like before,
when she would say algi leiso onnichiso or something like that.

Speaker 4 (21:55):
Is that how you say it?

Speaker 1 (21:56):
We say a a are are to work. But you
know the same way that somebody there's also people out
here that work very hard to help you get rid
of these things, you know.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Yeah, but I feel like those people, see I don't know,
I don't believe in this stuffs.

Speaker 4 (22:16):
Yeah, And this is I'm sorry I didn't even say
her name. This is from Sandra.

Speaker 2 (22:19):
Sandra is writing in and says that you know, her
boyfriend they skip Thanksgiving at the mom's house and then
weird things have been happening. Well, the thing is is
that like there are some moms that are super into

this and a like.

Speaker 4 (22:43):
An altered like they do all of this stuff. Now.

Speaker 2 (22:46):
I am not familiar with it, but I would say, like,
things like this happen to me all the time. You know,
it's like you have a string of bad luck, Like
you don't want to just blame it on a string
of things that have just been going wrong.

Speaker 4 (22:56):
Like why does it have to be Bruhria.

Speaker 2 (22:58):
But also, I don't feel like you're boyfriend helped you
with this because he just laughed it off.

Speaker 1 (23:03):
Yeah, because he probably just doesn't believe either that his
mom would do something like this, or or that something
like this would cause her to have the accident or
lose her contract. Maybe she's overthinking it. But you know,
if you feel like las Wee, I don't know if
this is family that you're going to want to enter
into or continue this relationship with somebody that every time

you have a problem, you feel like somebody's gonna be putting.
Not witchcraft, I don't want to call it witchcraft, but
that type of stuff on you right.

Speaker 2 (23:33):
Well, But then also aren't there in places like where
you can go? Of course, it's like I just don't
want somebody to get scammed, you know, well, like I
wouldn't even know the first thing to do or where
to go or talk to somebody if something, if I
were in a situation like.

Speaker 1 (23:44):
This, well, this is not something that you know, you
find online. Now. I've had people very close to me
feel like they have had trabajos done on them. You know,
I had a friend, you know that she broke up
a relationship and the guys girlfriend was a guana and
she was very much into you know, this type of practice.

And Carolina, what if I tell you know, it's been
like fifteen years and this friend of mine has been
forever unlucky in love and she is one hundred percent convinced,
and she went she found people.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
Yeah, I was gonna say, girl.

Speaker 1 (24:29):
She spent thousands doinglybis because that's a thing.

Speaker 3 (24:32):
Yes, they can take you, that's the whole problem because
then they say, oh no, I'll you know, Like that's
the whole problem is that, like you're basically trusting this
person to tell you whether or not it's over or
they took it off of.

Speaker 1 (24:46):
You, and you don't know how genuine this person is. Usually,
like here in New York, if you see a botanica,
there will probably be a back room or a basement
where someone will be able to guide you and help you.

Speaker 2 (25:01):
This is so creepy that you gotta go to a
back room.

Speaker 4 (25:05):
That is like so scary to me.

Speaker 1 (25:07):
Yeah, Like when I was young and still living in
Long Island, we had a Botanica in Freeport right on
I don't know, I feel like it was Merrick Avenue
or something, and the botanica was the front you would
buy your cabelas you buy your camfore. Like different people
go to botanica's for different reasons, right right, But there

was a door in the back and when you went
in the back, you could get your cards red, you
could get your you know, your future told and there
if your card said, they would facilitate how to fix
the problem for you. It would cost money. But if
you're looking for some type of I guess satisfaction or

if you're looking for some type of clarity, ask someone
in your circle, you know, if they have a spiritual advisor. Well,
I don't know, girl, this is going to get everything
my mother taught me about God. You're crazy. If she
hears this episode, I'm disowned forever.

Speaker 2 (26:05):
No, And that's why I'm saying I have no knowledge
about this song that I wish I could help you.
But you know what the thing is is that, like
I went back and I reread the letter, and she
says that her boyfriend's mom is into Bruria, so she
knows it.

Speaker 1 (26:15):
This is the bad stuff. This is the bad stuff.
Is not to be confused with Santa Riya, please, because.

Speaker 4 (26:21):
People, what's the difference. I don't know.

Speaker 1 (26:22):
Well, Santo's they dress in all white. You know, they
believe in theas they believe, you know, in Los Santos,
but they are into it in a positive manner. It
is okay, it is not to do harm. You know,
they're very connected with the differentos. They wear their beads.

They don't hurt people, that's not their thing. But Bruha
is witch which is witchcraft, and then Santa Riya is
Santos so two totally very different things. Let's not get
the too confused. But you know what, maybe instead of
going to the botanica and trying to talk to someone

who might see you have money, why don't you connect
with God and maybe get to even know her a
little bit better And you'd be like, oh, no, this
woman is not into that. She didn't do that. It's
my mind playing tricks on me. So you know what.

Speaker 2 (27:19):
I was going to say, I would talk to your
boyfriend and just be like, I know that she she
went back to say that when I mentioned it to
my boyfriend, he tried to tell me it was a joke.

Speaker 4 (27:27):
I would go back to him and just be like, Hey,
I mean for real, for real, I need you to like.

Speaker 2 (27:33):
Understand that I have this in my mind and there's
nothing that's going to clear it up for me until
like we get to the bottom of it. Is there
any way that you're willing to talk to your mom
with me, even if it's in a joking manner, you know,
to just be like, hey, you know, like have him
almost joke about it in front of me to see
what the mom's reaction is.

Speaker 1 (27:52):
Carolyn, how do you even joke about like did you
do witchcraft on me?

Speaker 2 (27:56):
Like, because if she's into it, I'm sure they've spoken
about it before their family, you know what I mean,
Like if it's something that's known, I don't know, but
I just I would not be messing around with that.

Speaker 4 (28:06):
And then also, like what does your.

Speaker 2 (28:07):
Future look like if you don't go to like New
Year's If you don't go to like now, you're gonna
get something done every single time.

Speaker 1 (28:15):
If you cheat on that, man, it's over for you. Bitch.
You might as well just jump on the bridge.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
Because Hi, Sandrita, I'm sorry, honey, but you know what,
I don't know. I wish I knew the answer to that,
but it is the text. I don't even know how
to say it. Taxidermize, taxidermat the moosehead, Like what like
how do you break your toes on a moosehead who had.

Speaker 1 (28:36):
A moosehead that you ended up kicking on the floor?

Speaker 4 (28:39):
Right, this is like with the contract job.

Speaker 2 (28:41):
It sucks, like, yes, you lost your job, but like
that's where I kind of like to think that, like
that's the universe. Thing's come and go. You know, you
lose one opportunity, you get another, you know, but it's
like the whole boyfriend thing. If this is going to
be your man, then you need to like get to
the bottom of this now because if you start having kids,
if you guys get married, and she's gonna always have
a hold on you.

Speaker 1 (29:03):
Nah, I say you make an exit now if you
feel like the Dana Sinuhiria because you don't want to
eat the turkey. Girl, this is not for you. This
woman is going to do all types of craziness to
you when you start having kids and not letting her
see them, or when you're not trying to go to
her events, or when you don't like her atrocom gandulas.

Speaker 2 (29:19):
I mean, no, it doesn't end. It doesn't end, So listen.
We hope that things go well for you. Will you
please let.

Speaker 4 (29:25):
Us know what happens if you decide to have a conversation.
I would be too afraid.

Speaker 1 (29:28):
Send me the screenshot girl. I want to see if
you come front her or if she sends you any
type of message, DM it to meet on a gram.

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