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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Do not say you're having a rough day. Say you're
having a character development day. I'm having a character development life.

Speaker 2 (00:09):
You will show same girl. And do you ever worry
that you're bad in the bedroom? I mean, there's a
difference between being bad in the bedroom and then being no,
like you're really bad at this. According to a new survey,
sixty percent of people aren't happy with their intimate life.

(00:31):
So it's a lot of people. That's more than half
of the people that are doing that in the bedroom.
You wonder why people are cranky? Yeah, seriously, a road
rage and next time, yeah, next time someone the road
rage is I'm just like, hey, man, I'm sorry that
you don't have a good love life and sad that
you're frustrated. And I get it. Go ahead and honk
your horn because you want to be honking something else.
It's like, but you're not. I get it down. Well,

(01:00):
what are the top signs that you're bad in the bedroom?
A relationship expert has released a list that's going viral
of the top signs that you're probably not very good
in the bedroom. Interesting the first one that they have
listed is you can only do that with the lights off.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
I don't know that that would necessarily say that you're bad.
Doesn't that just mean that you feel more free when
the lights are off, Because wouldn't.

Speaker 2 (01:23):
That be better for me? That means you're bad?

Speaker 4 (01:26):
Why?

Speaker 2 (01:26):
Because I just because it shows a lack of confidence
to me because a lot of times when I've been
with someone that wants to just have the lights off
all the time, I don't think it's about an intimacy thing.
It's more that they are self conscious about their body
or whatever. And then I'm like, well, have more confidence,
Like I'm doing this with you. Okay, if I didn't
want to be doing this with you, I wouldn't be
doing this with you. Trust me, Like, I want to

(01:46):
be here also I want to see what I'm working with.

Speaker 3 (01:50):
Yeah, not to argue that point, but that's not fair
because especially in the beginning, if the lights are off,
it's because they don't necessarily feel one hundred percent comfortable.
So it is your job to create a sense of
security in that space, to up the intimacy and maybe
make somebody.

Speaker 2 (02:02):
Feel good with the lights on, for sure. But you
wouldn't get past the first date with me because there's
like twenty thoughts, be like you need more confidence girl.

Speaker 5 (02:13):
Again.

Speaker 6 (02:13):
Yeah, I just called you up. Does I have lights
off in the car? No, we're going over top signs
that you're bad in bed.

Speaker 2 (02:26):
According to a relationship expert, because they say sixty percent
of people are not happy with their love life. You
get distracted mid passion. Okay, definitely, Well that is fair
at what I don't think that's fully fair. If I'm
being honest, this is the one you're gonna Victoria.

Speaker 7 (02:42):
Yes, Tory is the most distracted person I've ever met,
so maybe she has a point here.

Speaker 2 (02:46):
I think we should hear Victoria outa thank you.

Speaker 8 (02:49):
If I'm the point where I'm getting distracted with what's
going on, that is not a me problem.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
But to you, probably you are not holding up.

Speaker 8 (02:58):
You're into the bargain to keep me entertain work better
is keep effort and you're a Luckyboddy.

Speaker 2 (03:06):
Sorry, just reach over your gratitude the TV. No, I'm
so serious.

Speaker 8 (03:12):
There's been times where it's like I'm just thinking in
my head at that point because I'm like, well this
isn't entertaining.

Speaker 2 (03:17):
And it's like I want to be mean. You want
to be rude about exactly, so you know what? No,
I feed the most of my cat. Sorry, can you
take a pause real quick? I gotta go feed the cat.

Speaker 8 (03:31):
Also going to run to the grocery store and run
a mile for a mile, and then I'll be back
in a little while.

Speaker 2 (03:36):
I gotta find some way to get tired out.

Speaker 4 (03:38):
Wow.

Speaker 2 (03:40):
Yeah. And if you're the other person on the other
end of that and you can tell someone's distracted, it's
also makes it bad, like you want to lean over
and be.

Speaker 7 (03:48):
Like what you're thinking about?

Speaker 2 (03:52):
I will tell you I can't really get that distracted. No,
you're in the moment, you know right, We're not. I
think you should be in the moment. But according to
this list here, if you get distracted mid passion, you're
probably not very good in the bedroom. Okay as well?
Wait or if the other person's not we heard your

(04:13):
she's ready to go again. According to a new survey,
sixty percent of people are not happy with their lives
in the bedroom, and so a relationship expert released the
list of the top signs that can show that you
might not be as good as you think you are.
You never talk about intimacy, so some people are to
embarrassed to discuss their intimate life with their partner, but

(04:36):
not checking in about what each other likes and may
not like can leave you both dissatisfied. Agreed, Yeah, that
creates a rut.

Speaker 8 (04:45):
There was that saying when I was younger, where it's
like if you were too young, or if like if
you couldn't talk about sex and you shouldn't be having
sex kind of thing.

Speaker 2 (04:51):
Oh, that's actually not a bad point. It's like, you
can I talk about it, That's true, you can't be
about it. You get nervous when the word comes up,
and you're just like, have you ever tea? I probably
shouldn't be doing that. You're not ready for that. That's
a really fair measure. So it's like, I don't know. Yeah,
that is a good point though, if you can't talk

(05:12):
about it, But also, you know, you should feel comfortable
enough with the person you're doing that with to say
what you like and they won't judge you for it,
or maybe they just go, yeah, I'm not really into that,
and I don't have any feathers, so this probably won't work.
You haven't had peacock night, that's fun. That feather a

(05:35):
big feather.

Speaker 9 (05:36):
They are smaller ones with a little flavored dust. That's yeah.
Have passion parties, so we would have all these different
things to try. What no, not like group events like
she would sell the tool, you know anyway.

Speaker 2 (05:53):
And then another sign, according to this list that you
might not be very good in the bedroom is that
you stick to your tried and trust techniques. Yeah. Yeah,
it says what works for one person may not excite
another person. Yeah, so just because your ex like something
you did doesn't mean that your current person will.

Speaker 4 (06:12):
Right.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
Probably don't say, well my ex liked it, this is
your problem. That makes it way worse.

Speaker 2 (06:17):
Actually, love user techniques, but read the person and know like,
oh okay, I don't feel like they dug that, but
they seem to be like in this one, you know whatever,
Like just kind of read the person you're with. I

(06:39):
think it's really what you should do. Everybody's body is
completely different, completely.

Speaker 7 (06:43):
Yeah you should really, I mean that's the bigger point there, right,
It's like, be in the moment enough to tell whether
you're not your partner is enjoying themselves.

Speaker 2 (06:51):
Right exactly. Yeah, if you get distracted, you here thinking
about something else, you can't tell that they're like, wow,
this is really bad. It's not a task list, but
you can just check off. That's what we call a
selfish lover rights. We're going over a list of the
top signs that you might not be good in the bedroom.
Your partner is rarely in the mood. That could be

(07:13):
a sign that you're not very good in the bedroom.
It could be for sure, it just makes perfect. I'm
gonna do the dishes. Sorry, but isn't it true?

Speaker 3 (07:23):
Hold on, just to clarify, isn't it true that when
a guy is super stressed out or has a lot
going on in his life, it's harder for him to perform,
So it makes a little bit more sense as to
why he would turn you down.

Speaker 2 (07:32):
Absolutely. And on the other end of that, I've always
been very understanding of if, like, let's say there's a
bunch of laundry that needs to be done, or the
dishes aren't done right, sometimes that'll be on the mind
of like chores and things to do, and you're whatever,
So I do the dishes, you know, to be like, hey,
see that.

Speaker 10 (07:51):
A good.

Speaker 2 (07:58):
Way to be proactive. It's another Juwbile phone frame day
mornings on the twenties. Hello, Hi, this is pe Deakins
calling from Kimmel's. I was looking for pork Chops. Daddy,

(08:19):
this is a j.

Speaker 11 (08:21):
Yeah, what's Yeah?

Speaker 2 (08:24):
Your pup pork Chop is here for about a week,
and I just need to call you and go over
a few things that we've noticed. Oh okay, So I
do need to inform you, just right out of the
gate that he has had to be moved to solitary
confinement for probably the rest of the day.

Speaker 4 (08:44):
What are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (08:46):
Well, I don't know if you informed anybody when you
dropped him off of his behavioral issues or.

Speaker 1 (08:54):
What he's he's like the swating dog.

Speaker 12 (08:56):
What are you?

Speaker 11 (08:57):
What are you talking?

Speaker 4 (08:58):
Yes?

Speaker 2 (08:58):
So he uh gosh, how do I say this? Does
he have a history of stalking? Behavior?

Speaker 4 (09:05):
Stalking?

Speaker 1 (09:05):
What do you do you mean? Playing? Because he's a dog.

Speaker 13 (09:07):
I don't understand what do you He's like, he's predate, Like,
what are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (09:12):
Well, there's a couple of dogs that he's been following
around sniffing quite a bit. And what dogs do are you?

Speaker 1 (09:21):
I don't understand what you're talking about.

Speaker 2 (09:24):
Well, what I mean is exactly what I said. We've
noticed that he's just got some boundary issues, and so
we've had to remove him from the general population and
put him in a solitary confinement and he will probably
remain there for the rest of the stay because we
just cannot trust him around the other dogs.

Speaker 1 (09:39):
What does he doing to other dogs?

Speaker 2 (09:41):
Well, for example, the other day I saw it myself.
There's this cute little corgy and he was just every
single place that she would go, he would follow her around.
He was sniffing a bunch a few times.

Speaker 13 (09:53):
You are you talking about he's playing with.

Speaker 2 (09:56):
A dog, And that's what dog too.

Speaker 13 (09:57):
They flit each other, they lit each other baby because
of But like, that's literally all dogs do.

Speaker 2 (10:03):
No, they don't, and what do they do? Well, they
play with each other and they run around and do
things like that. But I'm here at Kimmel's. We do
not allow any sort of sniffing activity, and we really.

Speaker 1 (10:16):
Like you can I speak to the manager because this
is stupid. You're saying dogs can't sniff that.

Speaker 2 (10:21):
I can have them call you back later if you
want to, but I do just need to need to
let you know that he's been put in solitary confinement
and it is going to be an extra one hundred
and thirty dollars a day for that because.

Speaker 13 (10:31):
He's not paying any extra for some dumb so give
me your phone to whoever's in charge.

Speaker 2 (10:39):
Well, it's not only the sniffing. He's getting quite handsy
as well.

Speaker 13 (10:45):
Dogs don't have hands, Like, are you insane, dude? Okay,
I'm not paying that fee.

Speaker 2 (10:50):
So it's already been charged to your card. It's already
been charged.

Speaker 13 (10:53):
Well I'm I'm disputing it with my bank. I'm gonna
call my bank right now and dispute the charge. I'm
not paying that.

Speaker 2 (11:00):
So I was hoping you would be a little more
cooperative and understanding. And I guess I know where.

Speaker 13 (11:03):
I'm literally about.

Speaker 4 (11:05):
To hang up with you.

Speaker 2 (11:06):
So it starts in the home, doesn't it wore done? Well,
I'm just saying, maybe poor Chop has been watching Daddy
walk around sniffing people that don't sniff.

Speaker 1 (11:18):
That's what dogs do.

Speaker 13 (11:20):
Okay, I'm done with this conversations.

Speaker 2 (11:24):
And the other day he did it to me. I
was taking him out to play with the other dogs,
and he jumped up on my leg and started doing
things to me.

Speaker 4 (11:35):
Dude, what are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (11:37):
Well, I was taking him out to play with the
other dogs, and he sort of grasped my leg and well,
I talked to my therapist about it, but I have
not really, It's a dog.

Speaker 1 (11:50):
This is what dogs do.

Speaker 13 (11:52):
Dogs hump legs, they sniff, they follow people.

Speaker 4 (11:55):
Dogs talking has to.

Speaker 1 (11:56):
Be the most ridiculous book.

Speaker 2 (11:59):
I don't even you can. You can thank your girlfriend
Shelley for that.

Speaker 1 (12:02):
Actually, what does Shelley have to do with this? She
didn't with my dog.

Speaker 2 (12:08):
She's the one that sets you up for this phone
prank because this is actually Jebel from the Jewbel Show
doing a phone prank on you and your girlfriend. Shelley
say you.

Speaker 13 (12:14):
Up, oh wow, wow.

Speaker 2 (12:22):
She said you had to leave your dog at a
boarding place for the first time and you were worried
about it.

Speaker 4 (12:27):
I had no idea. I was like, what are you?

Speaker 10 (12:30):
I'm like nipping and I'm like, dude, dog snip?

Speaker 1 (12:33):
Is that not allowed anymore?

Speaker 2 (12:35):
Like wake up every morning with Jebal phone pranks. It's
time for Nina's What's trending?

Speaker 3 (12:41):
But I'll say her new album, Cowboy Carter does drop tomorrow,
but she released a track list that confirmed a rumor
that we kind of knew was going to be true,
which is very exciting. She's doing her cover of Dolly
Parton's Joline Oh really, I cannot Wow, it's going to
be so good.

Speaker 2 (12:58):
This is not a Beyonce fan room. Other than me,
it looks like.

Speaker 7 (13:02):
A big fan of Joelene the song. I'm trying to
think of what her version would be, like, it's probably
gonna be really great. Yeah, I think it will be too. Yeah,
I'm trying to think of Joe Lene as well. How
does it go?

Speaker 2 (13:10):
Joli Jolie? Oh that one should? No, you can or
something like that.

Speaker 3 (13:19):
It's a higher pitch than I could. I felt that vibration.
Now there's a call I shouldn't have said that. I
was made to a Northeast Washington police department that has
gone viral. It's gone viral because a man called letting
us know that he was going to be visiting Washington
State and he wanted to know if he needed a

(13:40):
special license to hunt sasquatch. So he called the Sheriff's
office and Colville Washington was like, Hey, I just wanted
to let you know I'll be there in April, and
I just wanted to know if I could hunt sasquatch.

Speaker 2 (13:54):
What would they say? Yeah, I'm just curious. That's a life.

Speaker 3 (14:00):
Let's just go if you need a special license. Okay, ah,
do you really you need proof of seeing it for
real or something along those lines. So be on the
lookout if you're a tall, hairy guy.

Speaker 2 (14:12):
And I love those Finding big Foot shows. They're so
goody because it's just a bunch of people walking around
the woods making what they think is a sasquatch call,
but there's never a sasquatch. Yeah, they're holding a stick
hiding behind a tree, going.

Speaker 7 (14:24):
Like whoo pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh, poo poop or something
like that, and they explain the science.

Speaker 2 (14:29):
Why do you think that's the call? Yeah, so good man.
It's really good to live.

Speaker 7 (14:33):
In an alternate reality like these people would be fantastic.

Speaker 2 (14:37):
Is amazing.

Speaker 3 (14:38):
I don't know what they sound like, but I do
believe in them. What so be really cool. Yeah, but
I don't even think that you should be able to
kill them. I don't think you should be able to
have a license. That should be illegal.

Speaker 2 (14:47):
No, you shouldn't, because there's well we don't know how
many there is, but there's probably not very many.

Speaker 3 (14:51):
Yeah, now that I think that through, screw the license.
It's illegal, thank you very much.

Speaker 2 (14:55):
Am I the only one that doesn't think that's a
real thing. No, me too. They show you on the show.

Speaker 8 (15:00):
They literally panned to an open field and like, look
there was I saw it. Run You see nothing run
there's nothing on the screen. It's it's like a bush moving.

Speaker 1 (15:11):
I don't.

Speaker 2 (15:13):
Well, they got me real good, so I just show
the eyeshine large sound. Well, I'm not agreeing on what
the video shows by the squatch area, which is long,
big point, just squatchy area. That sounds like you've been
running in the heat. I got a squatchy area right now.

(15:39):
This is a good time for an actually make some
more noise, Will you do it?

Speaker 4 (15:45):
Sure?

Speaker 2 (15:47):
Hey, folks, we did hear something big up here. So
what's gonna do is scream? Copy that copy it? Come on, squatch,
Kentucky squatch.

Speaker 6 (16:07):
Also sounds like something that you don't what to have
happened to you?

Speaker 2 (16:13):
I love you, Kentucky squatch. That's not really Yeah, that's
a guy doing it. Sounds like my uncle Dale after
four to many. And of course the camera showing nothing
because it's nothing the Blair Witch project. And it's curious

(16:36):
and that's what's trending. Oh look there's a shot when
you do that. Oh I wonder how that shot happened.
That was a shot, right, not a knock.

Speaker 14 (16:52):
First Date follow up powered by the Advocates Injury Attorneys
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Speaker 2 (16:59):
Frit is a on the phone today for a first
day follow up. She's getting ghosted by a dude named Sean,
So in a few minutes we're going to get him
on the phone and see if he'll tell us why
he's ghosting her and maybe get her another date if
she still wants one. But Britt, before we talk about
your date, how long has it been since you heard
from Sean? Uh?

Speaker 1 (17:14):
Freaking twelve days?

Speaker 3 (17:16):
You're not counting her? I'm sorry that sucks. Where how
did you meet Sean online?

Speaker 2 (17:24):
On an app or something else?

Speaker 1 (17:26):
Oh?

Speaker 5 (17:27):
And it's the only dating up I've ever really tried,
and I've heard good things.

Speaker 2 (17:32):
No, I have to that makes sense. Yeah, let's go
back to the date. Can you tell us about that? Well?

Speaker 5 (17:41):
It was good at first because we like met at
one of those like fun bars where there's like you know,
bar games, and he was paying for stuff, you know,
like he.

Speaker 1 (17:49):
Was getting her drinks and I was winning at fool.
So it was fun and it was like a flirty,
good time, and you know we even like kissed. Okay,
well out at the bar.

Speaker 2 (18:01):
Oh okay, was there any moment where something weird happened?
Why you might be getting ghosted?

Speaker 4 (18:07):
Okay?

Speaker 5 (18:07):
So I didn't plan this or anything at all, but
a group of my friends showed up and uh, they
you know, came and played a round of.

Speaker 4 (18:16):
Darts with us.

Speaker 5 (18:17):
And that's the only thing I could think of, because
I mean, he left shortly after, but he had to.
He said he had to get up for work or whatever.

Speaker 2 (18:23):
Like how are the vibes?

Speaker 5 (18:24):
When he left, he like kind of just was like, oh,
I realized the time it is, I have to go,
So he like left kind of abruptly, but like you know,
I was definitely like including him and then like it,
I thought it was like going fine.

Speaker 1 (18:38):
So I didn't think that would have been.

Speaker 2 (18:39):
It were your friends kind of monopolizing your time at
that point?

Speaker 5 (18:43):
No, No, that's so I was like, I think, like
we were just all hanging out. Like the only reason
it could have been awkward is just because they had
never met before, because it was like a first date.

Speaker 4 (18:51):
But I think it went fine.

Speaker 1 (18:54):
Like I even like text.

Speaker 5 (18:55):
Him that night to apologize that they shut up, but
I you know, thanked him for like being cool and
said I couldn't like to see him again.

Speaker 2 (19:03):
Did he say anything back to that or was that
the last time you heard from him? No?

Speaker 1 (19:06):
He text me back the next morning.

Speaker 5 (19:08):
So that's why I was like, oh, yeah, you must
have gone home gone to sleep early, because he woke
up texted me.

Speaker 1 (19:12):
He's like, yeah, I had fun. And then ghosts.

Speaker 2 (19:15):
Is it possible he's dated any area of friends?

Speaker 4 (19:19):
Uh?

Speaker 1 (19:20):
None of them.

Speaker 2 (19:20):
Said anything about that, So I.

Speaker 3 (19:23):
Mean it also could be just awkward. I mean, Victoria,
remember when you had that date and you ran into
your friends. Oh, it almost feels like pressure in that moment, right, like, yeah,
you're already meeting their friends and you're just not ready
to go that far.

Speaker 8 (19:36):
Well, so it's a very first state, So like you're
meeting their friends and you're like, Okay, this is weird,
but hi, like.

Speaker 2 (19:42):
You're introducing yourself and yeah, that's kind of weird.

Speaker 3 (19:44):
Well that's besides the point though. So if that's what
happened and then he goes ghosts, like something had to
have happened in that interaction. Were there guy friends there too?
So it was like guys and girls.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
No, I's a group of girls.

Speaker 2 (19:56):
And what was the last thing he said to you?

Speaker 4 (19:59):
Uh?

Speaker 5 (19:59):
He said he had fun and I did, like try
texting him within those twelve days, like one or two
more times.

Speaker 2 (20:07):
All right, well, we'll see if we can figure it
out for you. Then we'll play a song come Back,
and then call him and see if you tell us
why he's ghosting you and maybe get you another date. Okay, okay, thanks,
all right, we'll play a song come Back, get your
first afe follow up next. Right in the middle of
your first day follow up if you're just joining us,
Britt is on the phone and she's getting ghosted by
a dude named Sean. So we're about to call him
and see if he'll tell us why he's ghosting and

(20:27):
maybe get her another date. But before we do that, Britt,
why don't you remind everybody of the situation with Sean.

Speaker 5 (20:34):
Okay, guys, I went out on a date with Sean,
who I met online, and we were having a super
fun first day at a bar, and then randomly ran
into a group of my girlfriends, played some darts with them,
and then Sean left, briefly texted me back once and
then ghosted me, and I don't know why because it's
a great first date.

Speaker 2 (20:54):
Well, we're about to get him on the phone and
find out why. You're ready, I'm ready? All right, here
we go. Hello, Hi, I speak to Sean. Please NICKI
who is Sean? How are you? My name is Jewbel

(21:18):
and I'm on a radio show called The Jebel Show. Hi, Sean,
I'm Nina. Also on the show. Hi, and I'm Victoria.
So this is a radio show called The Jubel Show.
How are you?

Speaker 1 (21:26):
I'm okay.

Speaker 4 (21:28):
I haven't talked to the radio. What's this about?

Speaker 2 (21:31):
Do you ever listen to the show at all?

Speaker 4 (21:33):
I am not familiar with your guys, with your guys
this show?

Speaker 2 (21:37):
Now all right, well now you will be I guess.
But we do a segment on the show and it's
called the first Date follow Up. That's where if you
go out on a date with somebody and then end
up ghosting them, they can email us to get you
on the phone and ask why you're ghosting them. Okay,
we got an email about you from a girl named Britt.

Speaker 1 (21:57):
Oh Britt, Okay, wow.

Speaker 15 (22:02):
That's a uh yeah, I can understand why she might
wanna might want to get some answers.

Speaker 2 (22:07):
Yeah, she said, it's been twelve days since you guys
went out, and the last thing you texted her was
had fun. So what's that.

Speaker 15 (22:14):
Yeah, I uh definitely did have to take a step
back and just to give her some space after the
last time.

Speaker 4 (22:24):
We went out.

Speaker 2 (22:25):
Why is that?

Speaker 16 (22:27):
It's not her, it's and I'm not sure if she
told you this, but when we were out, we ran
into some of her friends, and uh, she wasn't giving
them more attentions she was giving me.

Speaker 4 (22:37):
She was making sure that she was being scared of
both parties and being you know, being on a date
with me. She just happened running to her friends.

Speaker 1 (22:43):
But uh, it is because of her friend, Sabrina.

Speaker 4 (22:47):
Okay, we used, Yeah, we used to.

Speaker 15 (22:50):
Hook up, and Sabrina at one point in time, yeah,
I know, she was just like two years ago. But
Sabrina at one point in time cornered.

Speaker 4 (22:58):
Me and basically was like, oh my god, I'm so
good to see you and to be a date and
all this that O good stuff. And then yeah, oh
asked me if I wanted to have a threesome.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
Well what with her friend or.

Speaker 1 (23:15):
Well, well, well, Sabrina and Brittany.

Speaker 4 (23:17):
Both at the both at the UH at the same time.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
I wonder if she knows that, yeah.

Speaker 4 (23:23):
She wanted to need a little bit of space. It's
a little weird.

Speaker 2 (23:25):
Wait, so you think Brittin knows about that?

Speaker 1 (23:28):
I would I would guess that she does, because you know,
girls talk.

Speaker 4 (23:32):
I feel like that came up in the conversation at
some point in time.

Speaker 2 (23:35):
I don't really know what to say about that.

Speaker 15 (23:36):
It's like, I mean, you know, it wasn't just you know,
maybe a little uncomfortable around the group dynamic.

Speaker 2 (23:42):
So yeah, you know, like that or I.

Speaker 16 (23:47):
Get competitive during uh during those types of things, and uh, yeah,
I'm not good attu projects.

Speaker 2 (23:53):
I like my job is all right, I can see that. Yeah,
you know, hey, thank you for being honest on her.
Also see that coming. No, not at all. And I
want to let you know that britt is actually on
the phone listening and wants to talk to you.

Speaker 4 (24:08):
What okay, good Bruce.

Speaker 5 (24:13):
Hey, I wish someone would have told me that I
had no idea, you.

Speaker 3 (24:18):
Had no idea that he used to suck up with
your friend Sabrina, or that she asked him to have
a threesome.

Speaker 5 (24:24):
Me here, I'm not that good at friends with Sabrina.
She's like a friend of a friend, So I don't know.
I only really see her in group setting. I don't
know why she said then. Also, I don't know why
she would want to include me in that. I've never
even hung out with her.

Speaker 3 (24:41):
Just like of course everybody's going on with She's like,
I'm not going to technically steal her date if I
include her. Process, I'll ask him first because guys will
be down, and then I'll approach her.

Speaker 2 (24:55):
Wow, And the.

Speaker 5 (24:56):
Only thing we've ever done together is like go to
a Taylor Swift concert like.

Speaker 4 (25:00):
Kind of us. But that's a little different than a reason.
But yeah, so you didn't know anything about that at all.

Speaker 5 (25:09):
No, I didn't hear that from our mutual friend. I
didn't hear anything from her, Like.

Speaker 1 (25:14):
If anything, I would have heard from her on Instagram,
but no, nothing.

Speaker 5 (25:19):
And really, like I said, she's not that close her friends.
So that's like whenever you guys have like, I don't care,
I still love a second chance with you.

Speaker 2 (25:29):
Sean, are you like gonna hook up with Sabrina?

Speaker 1 (25:33):
Uh, I've done that already. I didn't didn't want to
keep doing that, would like to, would.

Speaker 16 (25:41):
Like to throw on a second date, just just the
two of us though, No, don't know.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
Yeah, Sean, you would like to go out with again, Yeah,
it will be Uh.

Speaker 4 (25:53):
That would be awesome, especially after the holidays. But if that,
if that could be a thing you guys only about
it is just.

Speaker 15 (26:01):
You know, me and her type intimate setting versus the
group aspect of it.

Speaker 2 (26:06):
I think that would be Bret. You don't care that
he's hooked up with Sabrina.

Speaker 5 (26:10):
No, he's got it in the past.

Speaker 2 (26:11):
And Okay, you want another day, Britt, Yeah.

Speaker 5 (26:15):
Maybe we could do dinner or something where there's only
room for two of us.

Speaker 2 (26:20):
In the book you took from Threesomes of this Wholesome Dinner,
they're going to be the only person going on a
second date in the restaurant who's demanding that they just
make sure it's a table for two. That's it.

Speaker 17 (26:30):
Nobody else at the state waitress up there like, no, yeah, no,
we know what you're after. No, we're trying to go
out with each other. Well, congratulations, you guys got another date.

Speaker 1 (26:43):
Thanks. Jubile's first date follow up.

Speaker 18 (26:50):
What you just said is one of the most insanely
idiotic things I have ever heard at no point in
your rambling incoherent response where you even close to anything
that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this
room is now dumber for having listened to it. Well,
I award you no points, and may God have mercy

(27:11):
on your soul.

Speaker 2 (27:12):
It's a time for America's favorite trivia game. You versus Victoria.
Your chance to take on our own Victoria Miraz in
a game of trivia to see who gets their own
personalized coffee mug that says, but first trivia, I really
want to also flow Rider tickets on the line, and
let's meet today's contestant for you versus Victoria. Rob. What's up?

Speaker 4 (27:31):
Rob?

Speaker 2 (27:32):
Happen not much? How are you today? Oh?

Speaker 4 (27:36):
You know what?

Speaker 11 (27:37):
I'm chilling like a pengue on an iceberg.

Speaker 2 (27:39):
Love it? Very chill? Yeah, cooler than a polar bells
bears toenails. I love it? What that'd be? Very cold?

Speaker 9 (27:51):
Yeah, I've heard either one of those.

Speaker 2 (27:54):
It's very cute, Robert. You're ready to take on Victoria.

Speaker 10 (28:00):
Would love to take on Nina and test out her
brain or brain skills.

Speaker 11 (28:03):
But I guess they got chick.

Speaker 2 (28:06):
Are you coming, Rob, because you'll go down real quick.

Speaker 11 (28:12):
I know That's that's the part I forgot.

Speaker 2 (28:18):
He's got all the answers.

Speaker 4 (28:21):
All right.

Speaker 2 (28:21):
We send Victoria out of the studio.

Speaker 1 (28:24):
Of a lot of process.

Speaker 11 (28:26):
In one of that last statements, say.

Speaker 3 (28:29):
Rob, at the beginning, you know, I was ready to
vote for you and be like, let's go, Rob, you
can do this. But now I hope Victoria kicks your butt.

Speaker 2 (28:36):
All right, Victoria is outside. The game is played like this, Rob.
You got thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible.
If you don't know one, just say passed, and Victoria
has to beat you outright to win. Are you ready?

Speaker 1 (28:48):
Let's give it a whirl?

Speaker 4 (28:48):
All right?

Speaker 2 (28:49):
Here we go, Rob. Your time starts now?

Speaker 3 (28:52):
In which year did World War One begin? What is
the capital city of Brazil? Path? Who painted the famous
artwork The Starry Night? Then go what is the chemical
symbol for iron?

Speaker 1 (29:13):
I are?

Speaker 3 (29:14):
Which continent is the largest by land area A.

Speaker 11 (29:24):
Path?

Speaker 2 (29:25):
Time is up. We'll bring Victoria back into the studio
while she's getting settled, Rob, what's something you would like
the world to know about you today?

Speaker 10 (29:32):
I love rolling through Nina's neighborhood with my loud car.

Speaker 2 (29:40):
Really not my favorite day up at night? Go down
to me because you missed it on the show the
other day. And you know I was talking about how
somebody keeps driving through a neighborhood late at night. It's
allowed car. Is that you robbed? That's great? Good work,
sound like it's so bad? Are you riding a dying moose?

(30:06):
Are you stalking me?

Speaker 5 (30:07):
Rob?

Speaker 12 (30:09):
No?

Speaker 1 (30:09):
No, not stocked that.

Speaker 2 (30:11):
I figure if I got to beat up somebody else.
Want to be up? And all right, Victoria is back
in studio. Thirty seconds. Answer as many questions as possible.
If you don't know one, just say passed and you
have to beat Rob outright to win? All right, Vicky Bear,

(30:32):
you ready to roar? Alright? Your time starts now? And
what year did World War One begin?

Speaker 9 (30:40):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (30:40):
Oh, oh oh? What is the capital?

Speaker 1 (30:44):
Selling capital?

Speaker 2 (30:47):
What the capital's to be of? Brazil? Brazil? Who painted
the famous artwork The Starry Night?

Speaker 4 (30:55):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (30:55):
Mango? What is the chemical symbol for iron? I? Owe?

Speaker 16 (30:59):
In?

Speaker 2 (31:00):
Which continent is the largest by land area? Russia? Who
invented the telephone? Your time has been up.

Speaker 3 (31:13):
Mark Zuckerberg, Ore, I don't care if that works.

Speaker 2 (31:19):
All right, let's see how you guys did and send
it over to the scoreboard with our scoreboard producer Brad.

Speaker 7 (31:23):
Yeah, Rob, you got one, Victoria that yes you can.
Victoria also got one and.

Speaker 2 (31:31):
That means Rob, congratulations, you did it. Beat Victoria alight,
So you get a personalized.

Speaker 11 (31:40):
What's that we can we can work?

Speaker 10 (31:43):
Were both of that can sit down to share a
cup of coffee because all we can afford.

Speaker 2 (31:48):
Well, can we split the mug? Because I actually want
the mug. That says, you get your own personal coffee mug.
That says, but first trivia, you just have to go
find a page on.

Speaker 1 (31:58):
I'll pay it forward.

Speaker 2 (31:59):
She can have to go ahead and find a place
order from Victoria. It's all yours. Also, you got floor
rider tickets. Congratulations. Let's get the answer now with Nina.

Speaker 3 (32:09):
World War one began in nineteen fourteen. The capital city
of Brazil is Brasilia. Vincent Bango did wait the starry night.
The chemical symbol for iron is f E. I getd
ioan Ion, the continent with the largest land. I just

(32:31):
learned about ion, Asia and Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone.

Speaker 2 (32:39):
Wait, I did not get that. You also thought Russia
was a continent. No, congratulations, man, I always said Asia
play You versus Victoria at the same time every single
weekday morning. If you want to play Victoria, you can

(32:59):
always d us at the Jewel Show or you can
go to the jewelshow dot Com in Victoria Live to
play again tomorrow right over there.

Speaker 19 (33:07):
They crime.

Speaker 2 (33:08):
It's so sad. I swear I knew age was a condiment. Well,
we're past that. He did it at the time. For
Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
Is there a skill that you've inherited from your parents
like that You've just noticed that you know that you
got from them, for sure.

Speaker 2 (33:29):
That's a skill. But I tried to fix that, okay,
disappearing Yeah, bad relationship models I've learned. I mean, there
was a lot of bad skills that I learned from
my parents, but okay, since fix them most of them,
a lot of them. Thankfully. I did get my work
ethic from my mama.

Speaker 3 (33:43):
Okay, same but from my papa, So how to work
on did so. Charlie Woods, Tiger Woods' son I'm just
gonna keep going. Obviously got his golf skills from his papa,
because he just won the state championship at the North
Palm Beach, Florida school. Like their class one one a

(34:06):
golf title, which is really huge. So he's just on
his way to being a golf star and he's only fifteen.

Speaker 2 (34:10):
Wow, I know.

Speaker 3 (34:11):
I always those stories to me are always so fascinating,
like when the success stories are in the family, because
this isn't really nepotism because an act, like you know
in Hollywood they call it nepotism because like you got
your start because you're your mom. But this guy's actually
got skills out there, So yeah, not the same thing.

Speaker 2 (34:27):
That's yeah, yeah.

Speaker 8 (34:28):
Is it kind of the same thing though, because like
you're you get started into it because of your dad,
you get the good like the good teachers, the.

Speaker 2 (34:35):
Good With athletics, though, I think genetics do play into it.
It's like certain twitch muscles that you have that we
you know, you got from your dad or whatever. Hopefully
he just got his athletic skills and he doesn't get
Tiger wood affinity for Applebee's waitresses, so hopefully she's instilling
the good goods in him.

Speaker 7 (34:53):
Also, he's a bit behind his dad. I think his
dad had like state championships seven years old.

Speaker 2 (34:57):
Okay, I'm really glad you guys all found a way.

Speaker 3 (34:59):
To who fifteen year old championship rings when they give rings. Yes,
Oh that's cool.

Speaker 4 (35:09):
YEA.

Speaker 2 (35:10):
For the movie John Tucker Must Die. I still love
that movie. Masch's great. So it's yeah.

Speaker 3 (35:15):
It's a story that stars Jesse Metcalf and it's about
a cheater that cheats on all of his girlfriends and
then they set him up to get his heart broken.
So the reason we're talking about this movie that was
released in two thousand and six is because all of
easy years later John Tucker Died, Must Die, the sequel
isn't the worst?

Speaker 20 (35:30):
What?

Speaker 3 (35:30):
Yes, the same actors, well, allegedly yes, so Jesse Metcalf,
Sophia Bush, and Ariel Kibble. We're all reunited at a
panel at Epic cons in Chicago, and apparently there's already
a script that's been written that's been circulating its way around,
and they allegedly want all the same people to come back.
But like, what is it going to be John Tucker's
like son or daughter that's got to die?

Speaker 1 (35:53):
Now?

Speaker 2 (35:53):
John, listen, you got to learn these lessons.

Speaker 7 (35:55):
Okay, if they go through all this work to teach
you a lesson, you can't then just skip a few
years ahead and make the same mistakes again.

Speaker 3 (36:02):
No, right, but that's why I feel like he's got
to be like his kid or something like that, like
somebody else in his faby.

Speaker 12 (36:08):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (36:08):
Was that movie that popular? I remember, I remember it now,
But was it that popular that people really wanted it?
I mean it was kind of like a cult ish
type movie. Especially.

Speaker 3 (36:17):
I mean, you know, there's a certain group of people
that loved it because the girls grow.

Speaker 8 (36:20):
Movie, because like all the girls band together just tell yeah, yeah,
Sophia Bush said to come back.

Speaker 3 (36:25):
Also allegedly or I'm saying allegedly because nothing is actually official.
But the fact that this is really starting to snowball
is kind of exciting.

Speaker 8 (36:32):
I think, great to snow But also they made all
three girls back and the guy, oh nostalgia all nostalgia destroyer.

Speaker 2 (36:39):
Man, he was really cute. Kill John Tucker.

Speaker 3 (36:43):
In other news, adult diapers are really making a lot
of money for a diaper company because in Japan the
population has dropped so much that they're not making as
much money on diapers for babies that they decided to
go ahead and pivot and really focus on adult diapers
and those are selling and they are now doing.

Speaker 2 (37:02):
Really Yeah, I'm not mad about it. No, I absolutely
I would love to start wearing adult diapers. Well that's
nice in here because it's the walk to the bathroom.
It's so far. It is pretty far. I don't think
it would be sweet. It makes it makes sense for
the gamers. There's a lot more gamers today than there
was back in the day. Oh yeah, I have to
get up. You keep on crushing it. Yesterday I was
working on my computer and I had to pee for

(37:23):
and I didn't want to get up because I wanted
to finish it. And I was like bouncing up and
down in my chair doing the peepye dance, and I'm like,
I finally made myself go. I'm like, just go to
the bathroom. It's right down the hall.

Speaker 3 (37:33):
At least, I'm really proud of you. You didn't just
do it right there. Okay, Well that's what's trending.

Speaker 2 (37:39):
It's time to catch a cheater. Only on the Jubile Show.
Jeff is on the phone today for to catch a
cheater and he thinks that his girlfriend, any of three years,
might be messing around. So we're gonna see if we
can help him out. Jeff, Sorry, you have to come
on the show this way, but tell us what's going on, man, So.

Speaker 10 (37:54):
Let me start off, Like in the beginning of February,
we got a new play together.

Speaker 1 (37:59):
We got to an apartment together.

Speaker 4 (38:01):
Removed in together, and sort of like.

Speaker 1 (38:04):
A little new beginning.

Speaker 10 (38:07):
She lost her job and she was a little you know,
something like that can affect you. So she started working
from home, which was great because we have like an
office now and she can be accommodated like that. But
I still go into the city for work and she's
I mean, it makes me so happy to see her

(38:28):
so much happier in like the new environment that she's in,
but she seems less happy with me, if that makes sense,
Like it just doesn't seem it doesn't the warmth that
was there before. Just I don't feel it. And I
hate that I have to leave her at home while

(38:48):
I while I'm not working in the city. But it's
great coming back to her, and like she's she's always
doing something around the new place, and she's very active
in making our home. But here we arrive at you
know what's going on. She's like very detail oriented, but
she's been very nitpicky and finding all these different things

(39:11):
wrong with the apartment and this is a brand new building,
by the way, But all these little places, all these
little things that she's like the clicker on the front
front gate, like the shower head there's something you know
needs to be calked, or the ice maker. Like there's
all these little things that she's calling the maintenance guy.

Speaker 1 (39:31):
This guy, this dude Danny.

Speaker 10 (39:33):
And look, I've had other apartments before, and I've lived
I've never had this kind of relationship with a handyman.
The maintenance guy. It's like he's always doing something there
and another thing, like he just he just gives me
a little bit of itck, you know, like he just
seems a little sketchy and it's nothing. It's not about

(39:54):
the way he looks. It's just the way he acts
like he's just I can't explain it. But she keeps
complaining about these these problems with this, Like I said,
brand new apartment, so I know he's going over there
to fix this stuff when I'm at work. So this
is a strange man in my home with my girlfriend
doing these things. And Okay, so I asked her about

(40:20):
this dude, and.

Speaker 1 (40:22):
She's kind of places it off. He's like, well, he's
so helpful, and.

Speaker 10 (40:26):
She gets this like little smirk. It's like this little
devious Annie.

Speaker 4 (40:30):
You know, it's just it's.

Speaker 10 (40:33):
Not woman's intuition because I'm a man. But I think
I can have intuition too.

Speaker 3 (40:36):
Right, Yeah, just because like I remember when I was
living in apartment, I was really close to my fixed guy,
to Roberto, but he was just a homie and he
always made me feel better when I was home by myself,
like whether it was hating pictures or fixing the sink.
And if you're at work and you're not there to
do those things. And for Annie, if it's really important
to have a nice home, maybe he's really just helping

(40:57):
her out.

Speaker 1 (40:59):
Well, let me ask you this. You were you in
a relationship when that was going on.

Speaker 2 (41:03):
I was not. No, did you ever do anything with Roberto?
I sure did, because Roberto was married.

Speaker 10 (41:12):
We know that doesn't mean anything though, right like in
the right or wrong circumstance.

Speaker 3 (41:16):
Okay, we'll try to figure it out for your Jeff. No,
I understand you're upset, and rightfully, sir, h.

Speaker 2 (41:22):
You already told us what grocery store she's a rewards
card member at. So we'll play as song come back
and then call and pretend to be from the grocery
store and tell her that every single month, we choose
one Rewards card member at random who gets free flowers
delivered from our floral department, and we'll see if she
sends those to you or to somebody else. Okay, already,
all right, man, we'll play us song come Back get
Your to Catch a Cheater next. If you're just joining

(41:44):
us for to Catch a Cheater. Jeff is on the
phone and he thinks his girlfriend of three years named
Annie might be cheating. We're gonna call her in a
second and pretend to be from the grocery store where
she's a Rewards card member and say that every single month,
we choose one Rewards card member totally random who gets
free flowers delivered from our floral department to anybody that
they want. We'll see if she sends them to Jeff
or to somebody else. But before we do that, Jeff,

(42:04):
why don't you catch everybody up on your situation?

Speaker 10 (42:07):
Okay, So moved into a new place about a month
and a half ago. My girlfriend and I and she
works from home. I work in the city. I commute,
so she's alone all the time. She's been having all
these quote unquote issues with the apartment, and the handyman
has been there while I'm not around, and it feels.

Speaker 2 (42:27):
And what's the handyman's name?

Speaker 4 (42:28):
Again?

Speaker 11 (42:29):
His name is Danny.

Speaker 2 (42:32):
Danny? You ready for us to call her?

Speaker 4 (42:34):
Yes? Please?

Speaker 2 (42:35):
All right, man, here we go.

Speaker 1 (42:47):
Hello.

Speaker 2 (42:47):
Hi, this is Gorvin calling from I was looking for Annie.

Speaker 1 (42:52):
Yes, this is she. Hi.

Speaker 2 (42:54):
Annie. You're a awards card member with us, And please
don't hang up. This is not a marketing phone call.
I'm actually calling to say congratulations. Here list a big winner.

Speaker 4 (43:00):
Kay?

Speaker 1 (43:01):
What did I win?

Speaker 2 (43:03):
Oh? Maybe you haven't seen the signs, but every single
month we choose one Rewards card member at random to
say thank you very much for being such a loyal customer.
You've won thirty six long stem red roses, a box
of candy or chocolate, and a card to be delivered
to anybody that you want. It's actually a three hundred
and forty two dollars value.

Speaker 5 (43:21):
Oh okay, but like, are you Am I going to
get charged something.

Speaker 1 (43:25):
Later for this?

Speaker 2 (43:26):
Absolutely not No, this is completely on us. It's just
our way saying thank you, thank you well, thank you
for shopping with us.

Speaker 1 (43:34):
Okay, so what do we good?

Speaker 2 (43:38):
Question if you know the person you wants to send
them to. I can just take the information down in
a matter of minutes over the phone.

Speaker 1 (43:44):
I think I have an idea.

Speaker 2 (43:45):
Okay, I just need the first and last name of
the person and then i'll get the rest of the
information me.

Speaker 1 (43:52):
Okay, his first name is Danny.

Speaker 2 (43:55):
Okay, Danny, and then the last name, last name is
and then would you like to include any candies or
anything like that?

Speaker 1 (44:07):
Did you say like a box of chocolate?

Speaker 2 (44:09):
Yep, we could do chocolate.

Speaker 1 (44:11):
Yeah, yeah, that would be great.

Speaker 2 (44:13):
And just to check and make sure, would this be
a romantic type of chocolate? So make it like a
heart shape on or it's not?

Speaker 1 (44:22):
Uh, I mean it can be.

Speaker 2 (44:25):
And would you like to put anything on a card?
And then after that I'll get the antress from me
and we'll be good to go.

Speaker 1 (44:31):
Uh, thank you, mister fix it.

Speaker 2 (44:35):
That's good.

Speaker 1 (44:37):
We don't mister fix it Annie?

Speaker 4 (44:40):
Who will answer?

Speaker 1 (44:41):
Who's mister fix it?

Speaker 2 (44:43):
Annie? This is actually a radio show. It's the Jewbil Show.
My name is Jewbil him Nina, Hi, I'm Victoria. And
we do a segment called to Catch a Cheater, where
if you think your significant others cheating. You see who
they send flowers to and that is your boyfriend, Jeff.

Speaker 20 (44:57):
Yeah, ida you with what is happening?

Speaker 1 (45:02):
What do you mean what's happening? I think you should
tell me that.

Speaker 10 (45:05):
Well, you know what all this bullets where the danny,
mister Danny comes over his.

Speaker 1 (45:11):
Little tool belt.

Speaker 5 (45:13):
What's going on?

Speaker 10 (45:13):
You started a new job, You've got a new place,
my place, my name's on the leach. Now you've got
a new man.

Speaker 4 (45:18):
What what is this?

Speaker 10 (45:21):
Tell me no, no, no, yes, tell me.

Speaker 20 (45:25):
He's just been helping a lot around the apartment.

Speaker 4 (45:30):
Like there's I just.

Speaker 12 (45:32):
Wanted to brand new apartment or brand new place. Can
you just calm down for a second, okay, because this
is really weird. If you wanted to talk about you
have to do this.

Speaker 10 (45:47):
Okay, all right, okay, So any I'm listening, go let's
hear let's hear this book.

Speaker 1 (45:53):
Let me let me hear it.

Speaker 20 (45:54):
Tell me I want to put m for doing things
around the apartment with with flowers and chocolates.

Speaker 1 (46:02):
Sure, okay, that's great, that's nice.

Speaker 20 (46:04):
It was a free.

Speaker 1 (46:05):
Thing that was dropped in my lap. What is the freezing?

Speaker 10 (46:10):
So your your first instinct is it sends this to
Danny instead of your your boyfriend.

Speaker 4 (46:14):
Who you live with.

Speaker 1 (46:15):
Oh my god, this is ridiculous. He has just been helping. Please, hey,
we actually agree on that. It is ridiculous. You wanted
to do what let's see it. No, let's hear it.
I want to hear it all.

Speaker 4 (46:29):
Just I want to see, like, how much.

Speaker 1 (46:31):
Both comes out of your mouth right now?

Speaker 21 (46:34):
What is it that chocolate that you are not going
to be upset with right now? I'm sorry I didn't
send you the flowers, but he's been really, really helpful, and.

Speaker 4 (46:45):
I thought that he has.

Speaker 1 (46:47):
I'll bet he has.

Speaker 10 (46:49):
Just so you know. I've been on the call the
whole time. And when they said is it romantic? You
said it could be?

Speaker 11 (46:56):
What's that?

Speaker 4 (46:56):
What does explain that? Please?

Speaker 1 (46:59):
God, could you shut up for a second. I'm trying
to you. Just ambush me. I don't know.

Speaker 4 (47:05):
I think I am.

Speaker 20 (47:07):
Okay, they couldn't. I'm thinking about like a heart shaped box.
I don't really care if it's a heart shaped box.
It's kind of you said it could be romantic.

Speaker 1 (47:16):
He said, no, no, no, no, you're focusing on the wrong thing. Here,
tell me why it could be romantic.

Speaker 10 (47:21):
Explain that and that only that I don't get about
the box it can be.

Speaker 1 (47:25):
I don't think it can be romantic. I just wanted
to do something nice.

Speaker 10 (47:32):
Then why did you say it could be romantic?

Speaker 1 (47:35):
Do you understand what you said?

Speaker 20 (47:37):
Okay, I get it, but like there's nothing. Oh I
don't even know what there right now? Okay, look great,
there's nothing happening.

Speaker 1 (47:49):
Okay's really nice.

Speaker 20 (47:52):
And oh that you know that I've been a little flirty,
but that's just so that he will continue.

Speaker 1 (47:59):
He'll be around the place. I don't don't. You don't
do so, Annie?

Speaker 10 (48:06):
You think that if you're not flirty with him, then
he won't do his job.

Speaker 4 (48:11):
Do you think that?

Speaker 1 (48:12):
Is that how he gets payment? Then he's not paid it,
he's not. This isn't his job. He just works on flirtation.

Speaker 4 (48:18):
Is that?

Speaker 10 (48:18):
Is that what you're trying to spend here? No, it's
honestly pretty funny, Annie, I look talk.

Speaker 1 (48:29):
Some other this is yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 10 (48:33):
Let's talk later when you have time to spend some
kind of book story. Like even worse than you're doing
right now.

Speaker 1 (48:40):
You know what, if you were home more often, maybe
I wouldn't have to beg Jenny.

Speaker 2 (48:47):
Whoa wow, and.

Speaker 10 (48:52):
This is perfect, guys. This is absolutely the conclusion that
I needed to. I can't wait to throw here something her.
Thank you, Thank you guys. And I can't wait to
get a year of free rent because they're employee.

Speaker 2 (49:07):
Oh yeah, wow, we can dude. Well, I'm sorry, man,
but you know it will work out in the long run.
I'm sure it's gonna stuck for a while. But at
least you found.

Speaker 1 (49:18):
Out I'm making lemonade. I'm making lemonade, that's for sure.

Speaker 2 (49:22):
Yeah, my name man, good luck.

Speaker 10 (49:24):
Yeah, honestly, thank you guys so much. I probably would
have never found out if I didn't do something like this.

Speaker 2 (49:30):
Here we are all right, take care man.

Speaker 1 (49:32):
Thanks.

Speaker 22 (49:34):
The Jewel Shows is you're pell and you do.

Speaker 2 (49:53):
Everyone a little. The biggest skiff would be from and
the cod detest would say, thank you.

Speaker 4 (50:06):
Good wow.

Speaker 2 (50:08):
Every iconic show has their rocky cast of characters, and
the Jewbil Show is no different. Why we've got your
drunken Nina Hi, and of course, who could forget everybody's
younger sister Victoria Ramirez Hi. And there's the quirky neighbor
kid who lives next door and pops by every once
in a while. Selling homemade chocolates so she can send
her chin chill at a space camp. Our social media

(50:29):
producer Gabby. There's also producer Brad he's a dad. Hey there, Chief,
And then there's me. I'm Jewbel and this is the
Jewel Show. Let's see what's going on in our lives
this week? Nina, what's up with you this week?

Speaker 3 (50:42):
So I'm going to start with a real question why,
And I'm gonna say men because it's usually men. Why
do men love the sound of the rooming cars? And
like why do you have to speed up and down
in a neighborhood over and over in the middle of
the night to feel like a man and rub your engine?
Like why you just said ITV?

Speaker 2 (51:05):
That engine?

Speaker 4 (51:07):
Question?

Speaker 2 (51:07):
Was your engine? Sometimes? You know? Oh my gosh, I
just like being a man.

Speaker 3 (51:12):
It's the most irritating sound. I don't know why it bothers.

Speaker 2 (51:16):
Me so much. That's because you're not a man, I guess.

Speaker 3 (51:20):
So I go to sleep fairly early, but it's usually
around like eleven thirty or twelve. This starts to happen,
and it's a suburban neighborhood and all of.

Speaker 2 (51:28):
A sudden, you just hear this.

Speaker 3 (51:31):
That sounds like yeah, and it just keeps going and
it gets louder, and then it goes down the street.
It starts to get cryet and I'm like, alright, he's gone. Nope,
turns right around here it comes again.

Speaker 2 (51:41):
Questions because I got kind of a high picture.

Speaker 5 (51:45):
Or was that like?

Speaker 2 (51:47):
No, it was like what it was doing that sounds
like a moose. You might have a there might be
a sick moose running around just going out for help,
trying to find somebody to help. You come over to
my house, you walk me out the systems outside. Sorry,
what's going on with you this week? Guys?

Speaker 8 (52:09):
I almost had to call the cops last night, and
it was serious. So my roommate's not home, so I
was sound asleep and I wake up to like a
loud popping sound, and it happened twice, and I felt like, so,
I'm like, not a gunshop. I thought something like scary
was going on, and I stayed in my bed for
a little bit, and then finally it happened again.

Speaker 2 (52:26):
So then I ran out me thinking I was gonna
actually do anything, and I was like, what's going on?

Speaker 8 (52:29):
And it's my cat popping balloons everywhere?

Speaker 2 (52:33):
Probably that would freak me out. I like that too,
and I like them because they're evil. But oh wow,
your cat just somehow blew up a bunch of balloons
and was popping them in the middle of the night,
just to message that well, no, they were already blown up.
I felt I should have mentioned that I pictured a
cat and somehow figuring out how to blow ballons. I
know what I'm gonna do. All these billings that I

(52:54):
got and popped them, then I wake her up. You
can make a lot of money off your cat that
can blow up balloon. Oh hey, look, it's our social
media producer, Gabby. What's up, Gabby? Hey, how are you
this week?

Speaker 1 (53:06):
I'm good.

Speaker 23 (53:07):
I recently went to Disneyland and it is not for
the week. I've walked twenty five miles. You're hot, you're sweaty,
you're standing a line made math. You pay nine dollars
for water. I don't even have kids, and I was exhausted.
It's crazy seeing people walking around with like families of five.

Speaker 2 (53:33):
Nine times. The waters's going on with you? I got
a couple dad jokes for you if you want them.

Speaker 7 (53:42):
Yes, of course. One country's capital is growing the fastest.

Speaker 2 (53:45):
Ours. Oh it's a dad jokes. It's not a country's capital.

Speaker 7 (53:48):
I don't know Ireland every day, it's Dublin. If the
child refuses to sleep during naptime, are they guilty of
resisting a rest? I'm glad you guys liked those. I
was going to tell a time traveling joke, but you
guys didn't like it.

Speaker 2 (54:07):
I like that. Yeah, I got me.

Speaker 3 (54:12):
Okayo the job with the dad jokes And what's going
on with me this week?

Speaker 2 (54:18):
Well, I went on a vacation basically, and it was dope.
And it's the first vacation I've had in years that
was like a vacation. It was really nice. Yeah, I
don't know what else to say about it, but I
just enjoyed myself and it was awesome. We're not just
talking about where you are winter Paris, France. There's a
lot of French people there. It was crazy. I will
say this. The one thing I was very disappointed in France.

(54:39):
I didn't see one single mind man, did you France?
I know, I don't feel like I did. I was like,
why is nobody coming up to me on the street
and putting me in a fake box? Trying to get
out on a fake box. I even one of the
days I was searching on my phone, I'm like, where
are mins in France? I was willing to take care
any kind of trip, however far it was to fi

(55:00):
these mimes. And I found one spot and said that
sometimes there's mimes there. I went there, No mind, it's
just not my season. You got to figure out when
my season is. It is mind season in France because
I gotta go back. Yeah, you gutten so good at it.

Speaker 19 (55:13):
They're also invisible, I know, say they're really really good. Now, man,
this is ridiculous. And also I did not see one
vestment with a bag att in the back.

Speaker 1 (55:23):
Seriously.

Speaker 2 (55:24):
Yeah, I mean I did see French people walking down
the street, like very busy going to work or whatever,
eating a bag at, and I was like, yeah, that's nice.
Did you see Emily in Paris stuff?

Speaker 4 (55:33):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (55:33):
I went to one of the cafes from the Emily
in Paris show and that was cool, so cool. I've
never even watched the show, but I felt like Emily
that day. Oh yeah, I just I know things.

Speaker 7 (55:43):
So you two that day had an unreasonable marketing job
that no one would ever really get in real life.

Speaker 2 (55:48):
Is that what Emily, and she just leaves America and goes.
I have a whole career in Paris. That's why there
were so many broke Americans walking moved. I thought it
was going to be This place is expensive.

Speaker 17 (56:03):
I don't have a job a quarterback, yet I'm going
to be a mine.

Speaker 2 (56:11):
What is my big account? Acting like a mime?

Speaker 1 (56:13):
There's no money in it?

Speaker 2 (56:14):
I want to pretend like there is. She's got yes,
she does means it just got that. I didn't realize
it was a playo ours.

Speaker 3 (56:28):
It's time for Nina's what's trendings? I do have the trendings.
This is the latest weight loss trendings. Have you heard
of oat zempic? Like milk oat zempic? It's actually a
drink and it's a combination of the words oat and ozempic,
just like you said, Victoria. Apparently, it's a drink that
involves instant oats, water and freshly squeezed lime juice juice.

(56:51):
You're encouraged to drink it for about eight weeks on
a daily basis, and what's supposed to happen. Also, this
is not me telling you to do this. This is
reporting on a store. Is that allegedly you'll drop several
dress sizes. So zempic is something new that's trending. Can
you just eat oatmeal?

Speaker 2 (57:09):
I don't know. Can you just drink ozmpica? I don't.
It's supposed to be like a healthy alternative to osempic.

Speaker 3 (57:17):
I guess they're well, they're claiming knows that this mixture
is supposed to work like ozmpic and help you lose weight.

Speaker 2 (57:23):
I don't. I don't understand.

Speaker 7 (57:26):
I have a better idea than that, does. It sounds interesting,
It's a little complex.

Speaker 2 (57:30):
You could just eat and move your body. It sounds hard, No,
thank you, Well you can just get something like an
ozempic to do it for you. Yeah, I guess works hard.
Missed together.

Speaker 3 (57:50):
Sometimes you don't have to work at all, because there
are real life superheroes in the streets.

Speaker 2 (57:54):
Now.

Speaker 3 (57:55):
I'm telling you about magnet Man. Magnet Man is removing
metal and debris from the streets of Atlanta cool. He
rides around on his bike with heavy duty magnets all
on it, and he picks up screws and other metal
debris that's left on the roads, saving people from dealing
with flat tires and stuff.

Speaker 2 (58:13):
I've been doing that I was doing that way before
magnet man around my house. Wait, I got these really
powerful magnets sometimes, Yeah, except they got stuck together and
I couldn't get him a pause, and then they Then
I had a metal like a case that I had
in the garage and I was picking up like nails
and stuff with them, and it was really cool because

(58:33):
those magnets could pull him from way far across the room.
It was dark, and then it like sucked up the
metal case and then something else, and then something else,
and I couldn't get anything off of the magnet.

Speaker 6 (58:43):
So I had to just like throw it out basically
because I couldn't give the magnets.

Speaker 2 (58:48):
Those were strong magnets.

Speaker 4 (58:50):
Though.

Speaker 2 (58:50):
You ever wonder what Jubil.

Speaker 3 (58:51):
Does want to get more after the show? Yeah, this
is a sneak peak into his life. How much did
your magnets cost? Because this guy has spent over one
thousand dollars on magnets to attach to his pe trailers.

Speaker 2 (59:02):
Must be hardcore, Yeah, allows very hardcore. I can fix sure.
He's riding DOUN on a bike that's got magnets on. Genius.
I think this is a genius. Yeah.

Speaker 7 (59:13):
The only thing I can picture is he goes over
the wrong like manhole cover.

Speaker 19 (59:17):
He's just like he's just trying to move his bike
but he can't.

Speaker 2 (59:28):
He's just trying to do the right thing.

Speaker 3 (59:30):
Magnet man, Well, a magnet man may need a flying car,
and BMW is here to help you do that. So
a Chinese company has acquired the technology for the air car.
It's a BMW powered flying vehicle that has successfully test
flown in Europe. It is divine. It's designed in Slovakia
and has it. It's a two passenger vehicle. So you're

(59:50):
driving on the road and all of a sudden it
transforms with two wings that extend and a telescoping tail
and it goes right up into the air.

Speaker 2 (59:58):
So a flying car an air it's a plane. Well
they're calling it an aircar. If you need wings, it's
a plane. Well it's an air car. Now we're had
it was a car. But I'm not impressed. But the
wings come back in. Yeah not impressed. Okay, wait, you're
not impressed. Car to air, But where's the boat part.

(01:00:22):
Have you guys ever seen Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? Oh?

Speaker 3 (01:00:25):
Yeah, it's like an old old movie I used to
watch with my grandparents. But Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was
a car that would float. It was a boat, it
was a car and it could fly.

Speaker 2 (01:00:34):
Once again, sci fi becoming reality. And what they've done
is almost create Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. They get chitty
chitty going. It's gonna be like, that's really cool. Watch
the movie. I highly recommend it. Fun to say, and
there's a song that goes with it. They're like, oh,
chitty chitty chitty chitty bang bang, Chitty chitty bang bang,
We love you. Oh okay, that's a trend. That's a.

Speaker 1 (01:01:02):
Hard does that?

Speaker 12 (01:01:03):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (01:01:03):
Does to sound? The car makes it head a bang?
Why has Cardi B not done that song as ache?
I feel like that's what it sounds like it could be.

Speaker 6 (01:01:17):
Yeah, bang bang.

Speaker 3 (01:01:21):
It's a classic with dig Van Dyke. Again, I recommend
that's what's trending.

Speaker 1 (01:01:27):
Jewbles dirty little secret?

Speaker 2 (01:01:29):
Hello, Hello, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 10 (01:01:33):
I do?

Speaker 2 (01:01:34):
Sweet, let's hear it.

Speaker 11 (01:01:36):
So I am engaged to a woman that I absolutely adore,
but I'm still technically married and she.

Speaker 2 (01:01:45):
Doesn't know that. So you're married and you're engaged to
different people.

Speaker 11 (01:01:49):
She does know, but she knows that I'm gonna be
filing for divorce thus.

Speaker 2 (01:01:54):
Okay, so you haven't even filed for it.

Speaker 11 (01:01:56):
I haven't filed yet.

Speaker 2 (01:01:58):
Does your current wife know that you are going to
do that?

Speaker 11 (01:02:03):
Not yet?

Speaker 2 (01:02:04):
Okay, so she doesn't know that you have a fiance your.

Speaker 1 (01:02:08):
Current wife, No, she does it.

Speaker 2 (01:02:11):
So are you still like with your wife?

Speaker 1 (01:02:14):
No?

Speaker 11 (01:02:14):
No, not at all. No, my fiance is my main one.
My wife and I are separated. I just haven't completely
finished up the paperwork.

Speaker 7 (01:02:25):
Some idea that some paperwork may or may not be happening.
It's not like you're living and sleeping with her and
then hanging out with your fiance. A little bit better,
A little bit judge here, But we were about.

Speaker 2 (01:02:42):
Hopefully you get the divorce done soon so you can just,
you know, marry your fiance and everybody can just be
happy and move on. Yeah.

Speaker 11 (01:02:49):
Yeah, especially my fiance is half my age.

Speaker 2 (01:02:52):
Oh okay, better for you? Huh? Well good?

Speaker 11 (01:02:55):
You know first marriage, Well that was my first marriage
is the one I'm.

Speaker 1 (01:03:00):
About to end.

Speaker 2 (01:03:01):
Okay. Is this your fiance's first marriage?

Speaker 11 (01:03:04):
Yeah, she's just turned eighteen.

Speaker 2 (01:03:06):
Whoa she is at your age? Dang when you say
just turned eighteen.

Speaker 11 (01:03:13):
No, we didn't start dating until she turned eighteen at
the end of October.

Speaker 2 (01:03:17):
Okay, good answer, sir. Well, congratulations on your upcoming nuptials
and your nuptials that will be ending soon, I hope
congratulations coming. Thanks for telling us your dirty little secret.

Speaker 1 (01:03:34):
Thank you?

Speaker 4 (01:03:34):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (01:03:35):
Man, all right, Hey, what's up? You have a dirty
little secret?

Speaker 14 (01:03:38):
Yes, my dirty little secret is it's a bit of
a betrayal toward one.

Speaker 1 (01:03:44):
Of my friends parents.

Speaker 14 (01:03:46):
Okay, when I was in college, I was really tight
with this guy and we hung out a lot, and
I would give him ride home every now and again
from school, and I met his mom, and his mom
and I had a really good relationship, and she took
a trip out of town while we still had classes going,

(01:04:07):
and she said, out of all of my son's friends,
you're the only one I trust to be in my
house when I'm not here, So you So she actually
invited me to stay and watch the house. And it
was funny because it was sort of like in a
move to make sure he behaved himself, because.

Speaker 1 (01:04:23):
She knew she was so confident I would. So I stayed.

Speaker 14 (01:04:29):
And my guy friend and I wound up having sex
in her house and we had sex in her bed.

Speaker 2 (01:04:36):
Whoaway not what I thought that was doing.

Speaker 1 (01:04:41):
Yeah, me either, but it happened.

Speaker 2 (01:04:43):
And she obviously doesn't know that. No, she never did
you wash her sheet, say in her bed?

Speaker 1 (01:04:50):
Honestly? No?

Speaker 2 (01:04:53):
No, all right, that's right there. Well, thank you for
telling us dirty little secret. Sure, what's your dirty little secret?
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