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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Are you babies?

Speaker 2 (00:01):
Are you see babies? Are you a precious babies? Are
you a pretty baby? Are you my babies? Oh? Love Daddy.

Speaker 3 (00:17):
That's a videos going viral on TikTok with the cutest
guy's relationship with his dog.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
Just make you feel like that could be Unpeeves my dog.
Mister Peeves. I don't know. He's not let loving either.
He's just really not.

Speaker 3 (00:29):
Yeah, he doesn't really come to get petted or anything.
You know, He'll just stay there for a second and
then he'll go do something else.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
He's kind of like me.

Speaker 3 (00:38):
He just wanted his own day and then he'll bark
at me a bunch and I'm like, what what do
you want? And then he'll just go and lay back
down and stare at me. He just stares at me
all day. So that sounds anyway, YEA, our video would
not be ascute as that guy. There's a list going
viral of predictions that people made back in nineteen twenty
four about what life would be like in twenty twenty four.

Speaker 2 (00:59):
No one would have teeth? What that was a prediction? Yes?

Speaker 4 (01:03):
Why?

Speaker 3 (01:03):
A naturally syndicated advice columnist thought America's eating habits could
drastically change our looks.

Speaker 2 (01:09):
Quote, will we have any teeth at all? That's fair?
Will there be any color in our face except paint?
That's interesting? Will the men have any.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
Height to speak of?

Speaker 2 (01:24):
Or will they be all girth that's.

Speaker 5 (01:29):
What?

Speaker 3 (01:29):
Will it be like, nothing but toothless, girthy men walking
around paint on their faces?

Speaker 2 (01:37):
Where are the women in this scenario? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (01:42):
We're going over a list of predictions that people made
back in nineteen twenty four about what life would be
like now, Like it's funny along with short men that
are all girthy and no teethee.

Speaker 2 (01:54):
Horses would go extinct? Why?

Speaker 3 (01:58):
Professor at usc predicted that horses would be an endangered
species because the invention of automobiles would render them useless.

Speaker 2 (02:07):
The horses are just going to give up, I tell you,
I'm sure they were thankful that they weren't used.

Speaker 3 (02:15):
His quote, In another one hundred years, you may find
horses and zoos, but I'm sure you will not find
them anywhere else.

Speaker 6 (02:22):
Wrong.

Speaker 3 (02:23):
Going over a list of predictions that people made all
the way back in nineteen twenty four about what life
would be like one hundred years later. Working from home
was a prediction oh tailed it. Someone got that right.
In a book called Wireless Possibilities, a guy basically predicted
the Internet. Well, yeah, he said, we'd be doing most
things remotely, and it would be great if you hate cities.

(02:47):
The quote on that was what a help to the
man who objects a large city.

Speaker 2 (02:53):
I love the way they spoke back then too.

Speaker 7 (02:55):
I also love that there's no speak of women in
this whatsoever, because one hundred years ago it didn't matter. Yeah, exactly,
I'm sorry. It's a little inferiod.

Speaker 3 (03:07):
You're for real though, you're correct, I know, he says,
why could he not conduct his business from his house
in comfort or hers?

Speaker 2 (03:17):
Don't be ridiculous. One hundred years from now we will
still not be working. Who would trust a woman? On
the end of.

Speaker 3 (03:29):
Going over a list of predictions that people made all
the way back in nineteen twenty four about what life
would be like now, seventy five would seem young was
another prediction. A British politician predicted the life expectancy would
be at least one hundred years old, and we'd still
feel fairly young at seventy five.

Speaker 2 (03:44):
Oh, that's truish.

Speaker 8 (03:45):
It is a little right wrong on life expectancy. But
I don't look at somebody seventy five and think they're
old anymore.

Speaker 2 (03:50):
No, I don't either.

Speaker 7 (03:51):
My dad's about to turn seventy and you're still just
like I don't know a party here.

Speaker 3 (03:56):
This is a prediction that somebody made back in nineteen
twenty four about what life would be like one hundred
years from now.

Speaker 2 (04:01):
Women would be in charge. Oh there you go. She says.

Speaker 3 (04:11):
Women would be in charge and men would be raising
the kids. In a letter to the New York Daily News,
a guy said women will occupy the highest positions and
men will just do physical labor or stay home. Man meets,
wait on the babies, and mind the past.

Speaker 4 (04:29):
It's another Jebile phone frame day mornings.

Speaker 2 (04:31):
On the twenties.

Speaker 3 (04:39):
Yes, Hello, my name is Ta Deveaux and I'm calling
from Energy. I was looking for Brianna. Brianna, Hi, how
are you today?

Speaker 1 (04:48):
I'm doing well.

Speaker 9 (04:49):
I just got out of a yoga car.

Speaker 2 (04:51):
Oh you do yoga?

Speaker 3 (04:52):
Hu, yes, the hot yoga you're doing the other kind
of yoga.

Speaker 2 (04:56):
It was a hot yoga gets.

Speaker 3 (04:58):
Yes, I've never done that, so anyway, Well, I'm glad
you just got out of a yoga class. Because you're
probably pretty chilled out then pretty relaxed and nice and
stretched on out.

Speaker 9 (05:07):
Yeah, exactly, that's why I go, probably.

Speaker 2 (05:09):
Get a good mood.

Speaker 3 (05:12):
It's probably gets you all nights and calm down because
I am calling to go of a few things with you.

Speaker 2 (05:17):
I'm not sure if you realize where I called from.

Speaker 3 (05:19):
I was calling from the electric company, and I am
I'm calling to alert you that your power has been
shut off and we will not be shutting it back
on until the.

Speaker 2 (05:29):
Bill is paid.

Speaker 1 (05:30):
Okay, so wait what it shut off? There was no
warning or anything like that.

Speaker 2 (05:34):
I don't understand.

Speaker 3 (05:35):
Well, you know, I'm sure that we sent out several
warnings because I know that we do that, and I'm
not trying to tell you that you're wrong, but you
maybe in this, just this instance, maybe you didn't see him.
Not your fault, but unfortunately, until we collect payment, we
will not be able to slip this.

Speaker 9 (05:50):
Sweetly, this makes no sense and it's honestly killing my
whole entire yoga vibe.

Speaker 1 (05:56):
I don't know what to tell you, but you guys
need to turn that.

Speaker 7 (05:59):
Power on now.

Speaker 2 (06:00):
We can do that definitely. When would you like us
to turn it back on?

Speaker 9 (06:05):
Immediately.

Speaker 1 (06:05):
I have a protein drink that's waiting for me in
the fridge that I.

Speaker 9 (06:08):
Drink after by yellow classes, and I don't want it
to go back.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
So are you going to be able to make running
okay visa master card then? Because I can take the
four thousand dollars payment right now?

Speaker 5 (06:19):
What one thousand dollars?

Speaker 9 (06:21):
You're kidding? This has got to be a mistake.

Speaker 3 (06:23):
Well, no, I don't think it's any mistake. It's a
power is not paid for quite a few months enough
to turn it off, and so the power has been
shut off and we cannot turn it back on till
we collect payment. And I trust me, Brianna, I want
you to have you a little smoothie when you get
home from yoga class.

Speaker 2 (06:37):
I would love that. I'd make me so happy. So
would you like to pay now? Then?

Speaker 9 (06:41):
I don't know if you heard me or not, but
you have.

Speaker 2 (06:44):
To put my electricity on immediately, because.

Speaker 4 (06:47):
I got no or anything.

Speaker 2 (06:50):
This is this makes no sense.

Speaker 3 (06:52):
It sounds like your little work done, maybe just a
little Nama stay or whatever it is they say in
yo class. They get you calm down little maybe when
you breathe it.

Speaker 9 (07:00):
I think that you need could take a yoga class
and then.

Speaker 1 (07:03):
Figure out how to work the electricity in my apartment immediately.

Speaker 3 (07:07):
Well, I would love to do that, but unfortunately I
cannot do that until I receive payment. There's a bunch
of late fees and shut off fees, shut on fees.
There's a medium ship fee, which I don't even know
if you know about that one.

Speaker 7 (07:18):
But when we shut it up, I think that you
have the wrong house because this is all messed up.

Speaker 9 (07:23):
This is mixed up with.

Speaker 1 (07:24):
Something else I got.

Speaker 3 (07:25):
The address is full seven eight and THEO Brianna correct, Yes, yes,
it's being shut up now.

Speaker 2 (07:34):
Mistake.

Speaker 9 (07:35):
Okay, you guys have no idea what the hell you're
talking about. I pay my bill on time every single month,
and this is messing up.

Speaker 1 (07:43):
My entire day.

Speaker 2 (07:44):
It seems to my electricity on right now?

Speaker 3 (07:47):
Did you want to go back in there? Maybe do
another damn with dog? Maybe not m'a stay a little
bit more and then I could call you back. We
maybe can have a bit of conversation.

Speaker 1 (07:54):
Maybe that's not how that works.

Speaker 9 (07:55):
Okay, this is real life. Like also yoga mat I
can stand some type of this that makes mistake.

Speaker 10 (08:05):
You get yours together.

Speaker 9 (08:06):
Maybe du.

Speaker 2 (08:08):
A little bit, no mistake.

Speaker 1 (08:09):
Please quit stop now mistaying me, you streak.

Speaker 9 (08:13):
I need to speak to your manager immediately.

Speaker 3 (08:15):
Well I can't do that because this is actually double
from the Jubil Show doing a phone brank on you
and your fiance.

Speaker 2 (08:19):
Logan set you up.

Speaker 1 (08:21):
Oh my goods, you guys got me right after.

Speaker 2 (08:25):
He wanted us to doing that.

Speaker 3 (08:27):
Yes he did. He said, you're always chilled out. I
want you'd be super mad if we ruin your day
red after yoga clads.

Speaker 9 (08:33):
Oh my gosh, I's so worried. I'm going to check
his butt.

Speaker 2 (08:36):
You can still get your protein shake.

Speaker 9 (08:39):
You said it, no mistay one more time.

Speaker 2 (08:41):
I was here going to more mind.

Speaker 4 (08:44):
Wake up every morning with jubile phone pranks.

Speaker 2 (08:47):
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all. Just now
it's time. What's turning? Here we go?

Speaker 7 (08:56):
So Travis Kelsey is about to get another title other
than a Taylor Slips boy friend and super Bowl winner
and stuff. But he may be host of Are You
Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? Well reboots? Amazon Prime is
looking at bringing the reboot back and he may be
the host. Really that yeah, and this is official yet,
but just because we're talking about it now makes me

(09:18):
feel like it's gonna push through because if anybody gets
wind of Travis Kelce hosting Are You Smarter Than a
fifth grader, They're gonna be.

Speaker 2 (09:24):
Like, oh yeah, were it?

Speaker 8 (09:25):
Yeah, people will watch it for like ten minutes. Not
because of him. It's just the show was good because
of Jeff Foxworthy, not because of the show itself. I
think really, and I just think that I don't know
that Travis Kelsey's going to be that great of a host.

Speaker 7 (09:40):
He's pretty funny, actually, I will say, we joke about
this translate though maybe yeah, but we joke. Well, he
hosts a podcast, so he does all of that stuff too,
so we'll be interesting to see.

Speaker 2 (09:50):
I think there's real potential there.

Speaker 8 (09:52):
Yeah, for sure. And if it's fun, I mean, that's
good for him. That's great because if he can get
one hosting gig under his belt, one official television hosting gig,
he's good. Well.

Speaker 7 (10:01):
I mean, you know, after football he's going to be
on as a commentator for whatever.

Speaker 2 (10:05):
Yeah, but not all of them get picked, you know
what I mean.

Speaker 7 (10:07):
And he might not want to do that well, right,
because he's going into acting and all that stuff too.

Speaker 2 (10:11):
What We've already reported on this.

Speaker 8 (10:12):
Yeah, he might not want to be mister NFL forever,
so this is this is a good move.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
If he does do it, he could be mister Hollywood
anytime now.

Speaker 7 (10:19):
Wowtchlse Seacrest, mister Swift is making his way to Hollywood.

Speaker 2 (10:25):
I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. He's
an individual.

Speaker 7 (10:30):
Stanley is bringing new Sunshine Vibes to Target. It's their
new collection that's getting ready to drop. So they promised
this time it's going to be even more exciting than
the last because they're going to have vibrant colors perfect
for summer. They're going to have the forty ounce Quenchers,
ice flow flip straw tumblers, and then all day slim bottles.

Speaker 2 (10:50):
Yeah, all days slim bottles.

Speaker 7 (10:53):
So it ranges anywhere from thirty dollars to forty five
dollars and they will be available at Target starting March
twenty five worth and then online March twenty seventh. So,
knowing how crazy it was the last time this drop
the drop happened, just prepare yourself for that times five
and get in line now.

Speaker 8 (11:13):
I would I'm just sorry, really, Queen, The Stanley thing
is wild to me. It comes out of nowhere to
I know, my company's been around since nineteen thirteen, what
and we're just now like, wait, this is the crazing that.

Speaker 7 (11:25):
Ever happened to Stanley. They're like, what I needed to
do is have bright colors.

Speaker 8 (11:30):
I mean, come on, one hundred and eleven years and
we're just now going we're excited about their new release.

Speaker 2 (11:36):
That's crazy.

Speaker 7 (11:37):
I mean between that and then also the Little Trader
Joe Mini Tootes, I know, it's weird. It's kind of
cool that the things that we're getting excited about are
just your everyday useless items.

Speaker 2 (11:47):
Oh yes, stuff. Well, but as Victoria takes up out
of her stammach, I can't op it. I'm so, how many.

Speaker 7 (11:57):
Emails do you have right now in your email inbox
not talking about or text messages? Even producer Gabby had
like two hundred and forty unread text messages that instantly
gave me anxiety. Yeah, so some people have no problem
doing this, but please know that science is saying that
this is taking a.

Speaker 2 (12:14):
Toll on you.

Speaker 7 (12:15):
Why fluttered inboxes can leave you flustered and feeling disorganized,
and that can affect your heart. Also, you could be
getting Also, you could be wasting lots of money because
of all the unnecessary late fees or subscriptions that you
have in there that you're not even paying attention to.
I want to point out I have over probably like
twenty thousand emails. I feel great. I also should point

(12:36):
out that I'm not worried about it. It affects your mental health.
So you say that, but you have a rash on
your butt.

Speaker 8 (12:43):
So may coming in here coming hot at Victoria with
unrelated items.

Speaker 10 (12:50):
Just approval.

Speaker 2 (12:51):
Yeah, I'm into it that we talked about it. We've
talked about it a lot, and I just wanted to
help you feel better.

Speaker 8 (12:58):
I bet you could get your email. It bocks to zero.

Speaker 7 (13:01):
Ray Really, I don't think my skin's gonna react any differently.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
It might, and I'm working on it. I gotta call
the doctor. I love you, And that's what's trending.

Speaker 3 (13:15):
It's time to catch a cheater. Only on the Jubile Show,
Macy is on the phone today for It's Against the Cheater.
She's been with her boyfriend Tyler for five years, but
now she thinks something might be going on. Macy, why
don't you tell us what's going on with Tyler? Why
do you think he's cheating?

Speaker 5 (13:31):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (13:32):
Hi, so, yeah, we've been seeing this for five years.
So basically the other day I was briefly just you know,
walking by, looks over his phone and I see that
he's texting my friend Mackenzie, one of my best friends,
and then I asked her about it. He's just looking
at me, denying it like I'm crazy, and yeah. Now

(13:53):
I'm just like I can't get out in my head, like.

Speaker 2 (13:55):
Did you see any of the text or anything.

Speaker 1 (13:58):
I didn't see the text I saw her name.

Speaker 2 (14:01):
Isn't really that weird for your man to talk to
your best friend?

Speaker 7 (14:04):
I mean the denying part, yes, yeah, but that makes
me feel like maybe he's planning a surprise for you
or something.

Speaker 1 (14:09):
Oh yeah, I mean it doesn't bother me that he's
texting her, just the fact that he's denying it, Like,
I don't know why he would deny it.

Speaker 7 (14:17):
If it is a surprise, that makes sense he would
deny it, doesn't it.

Speaker 1 (14:20):
Yeah, I mean I don't think he would deny it.
It's weird, Like you, like, we're pretty honest with each
other for the most part. It's kind of weird because
I feel like something's up. Okay, I don't know, have
like a real like a weird feeling.

Speaker 2 (14:35):
Yeah, has anything else been going on?

Speaker 11 (14:39):
Why?

Speaker 1 (14:39):
I actually spoke to my friend Nickenzie and I asked her, like,
you know, like what's going on. She said that there's
nothing going on or she's denying it too, So I
don't know, it's really weird. I saw it clearsday that
he that he's texting her, like she's at the top
of the.

Speaker 3 (14:56):
Text list, And did you ask her specifically like I
saw that he was texting you, Yeah, kind of.

Speaker 1 (15:02):
Like, hey, like what's going on? Like were you texting him?
Like I still your name? And she's just she's just
denied it and she's acting weird. So now I feel
like really awkward.

Speaker 7 (15:15):
So aside from the back that the fact that both
of them are denying that they were speaking to each other,
which is red flaggy, Yeah, is anything else weird happening?
Like are you and your man still intimate? Is your
friend ignoring you outside of where you would normally hang out?

Speaker 2 (15:29):
Like is any of that stuff happening?

Speaker 1 (15:33):
Honestly, I've I've just been trying to avoid her. I
think it's it's really weird. She's acting weird too.

Speaker 2 (15:40):
Is she the kind of friend that you could see
looking up with your man? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (15:45):
Well, the backstory is that when me and Tyler met,
we met junior year at a party in college, and
that same year I met McKenzie. So they were actually
hooking up before me and Tyler got exclusive, before we
even met. Like, it was nothing crazy, They weren't in
a relationship or anything, but I know that they were

(16:06):
hooking up in the past, but then everything was like,
everything was.

Speaker 2 (16:09):
Fine, Macy.

Speaker 7 (16:10):
You should have told us that at the very beginning,
because that changes this entire conversation does definitely okay?

Speaker 2 (16:18):
Okay?

Speaker 7 (16:18):
So is she okay with you hooking up or like
getting together with him after or was she mad about it?

Speaker 1 (16:24):
No, she wasn't mad at all.

Speaker 3 (16:26):
Oh, well, you told us what grocery store he's a
rewards card member at. So we'll do the usual plays song,
come back, and then call and pretend to be from
the grocery store and tell him that every single month,
we choose one rewards card member at random who gets
free flowers delivered from our floral department. We'll see if
he sends those to you or to her, okay or
to somebody else.

Speaker 2 (16:44):
Oh got sure, okay, cool, We'll plays.

Speaker 3 (16:46):
Song, come back and then hopefully he isn't cheating, but
find out if he is with sketch cheater next, if
you're just joining us for Todays to ketch a cheater.
Macy is on the phone and she thinks that her
boyfriend of five years named Tyler might be cheating. So
we're about to call him and pretend to be from
the grocery store where he's a rewards card member and
say that every single month, we choose one rewards card

(17:06):
member at random who gets free flowers delivered from our
floral department, and we'll see if he sends those to
his girlfriend Macy or to somebody else. But before we
do that, MACYE, why don't you remind everybody of what's
going on with your boyfriend Tyler?

Speaker 1 (17:19):
So yeah, basically I feel like he's cheating on me.
I thought the other day that he was texting my
friend McKenzie, and we're all very close. Basically, he's denying it,
she's denying it that nothing's going on. But when we
met in college, they were hooking up. Obviously before me
and Tyler but they stopped hooking up and we're still

(17:41):
front Well yeah, obviously they're still friends.

Speaker 3 (17:44):
Well yeah, and so she's been texting. Well, we'll see
if we can figure it out. Okay, ready to call him? Yeah, okay,
here we go.

Speaker 12 (17:59):
Hello.

Speaker 3 (18:00):
Alliight, this is Gorbin calling from so I was looking
for Tyler is a Rewards Card member?

Speaker 12 (18:05):
Oh yeah, well this is him. How can I help Tyler?

Speaker 3 (18:08):
Please don't hang up. This is not a marketing phone call.
I'm actually calling to tell you. Congratulations, Tyler, you're this
month big winner.

Speaker 12 (18:14):
Oh okay, yeah, well thank you. I mean I wasn't
expecting this, did I. I don't think I submitted myself
into kind of.

Speaker 2 (18:21):
Oh yeah, well maybe you don't know. But that's fine.
That's a new thing we're doing.

Speaker 3 (18:24):
Every single month, we choose one Rewards Card member at
random who gets free flowers delivered from our floral department.
We're doing flower delivery now, and you've won thirty six
long stem red roses to be delivered anywhere in the country.

Speaker 12 (18:35):
Oh nice, okay, perfect? Yeah, but yeah for sure. If
I want something, why not.

Speaker 2 (18:42):
Well, here's how this works.

Speaker 3 (18:43):
So if you know the person you want to send
them to, right, now I can take down the information
in just a couple of minutes. If not, I can
set up time to call you back, or you can
come down to the store and fill out some forms.

Speaker 12 (18:53):
And no, I'm actually I'm on break right now. If
it's not going to take too long, I can just
give you information right now.

Speaker 3 (18:59):
So the flowers, I guess it could be delivered anywhere.
I would first need the first and last name of
the person you want to send them to.

Speaker 6 (19:05):
Oh right, so we're gonna send them to Macy.

Speaker 3 (19:10):
Okay, so yeah, so the card wise and like a
romantic car do you want to put with it?

Speaker 12 (19:16):
Yeah? Perfect, So be like.

Speaker 6 (19:20):
It's gonna be corny, but just be like, uh, thank
you for everything. The past five years have been incredible.
This is a small reminder of my love for you
or something like that.

Speaker 2 (19:31):
That's sweet.

Speaker 12 (19:32):
Well, yeah, just send them to Macy and then they
can give you an address.

Speaker 3 (19:36):
And okay, well, no need for the address because I'll
let you know that this is actually a Jewbil from
the Juwbel Show. It's a radio show. Oh you love
love the radio shows.

Speaker 2 (19:44):
Here, Hyamina, Victoria, this.

Speaker 12 (19:48):
Is cute for real. I mean I listened to you
guys here and there.

Speaker 3 (19:52):
Just yeah, So we do a segment on the show
called to Catch a Teater where if you think your
significant other might be messing around, we called them and
see if they if they send flowers to somebody else.
So your girlfriend Macy is actually on the phone listening
right now.

Speaker 12 (20:06):
Uh yeah, hi babe.

Speaker 1 (20:10):
Just what Yeah, I mean, thank you, but thanks for
the like the flowers, I guess, but like why A'm
laughing what's funny?

Speaker 10 (20:22):
So?

Speaker 6 (20:23):
I mean you you think I'm cheating on you? Is
this what's really happening right now? And trying to put
everything together? Yeah, I just don't.

Speaker 12 (20:31):
Yeah, yeah, you think.

Speaker 1 (20:33):
I'm I literally asked you the other day, why are
you texting her? And you're looking at me like I'm crazy?
What's fad about? You never explained yourself while you're texting her?

Speaker 10 (20:45):
Uh?

Speaker 12 (20:46):
Maybe nothing is going on.

Speaker 3 (20:48):
Uh.

Speaker 6 (20:48):
And I'm laughing because I mean, you'll, I mean, because I'm.

Speaker 12 (20:52):
Just I'm laughing because everybody don't know what to tell you.
I mean, I mean, that's your friend, Like, yeah, I
was texting her, but I was, you know, I just
I'm speechless right now. I really don't know what to say.

Speaker 6 (21:02):
I mean I can't believe you would think that I'm
cheating on you, like nothing is going on, and I mean,
I'm just like speechless, you know, I just I just
want to confirm, babe, like nothing is going on.

Speaker 12 (21:15):
And I mean, you know it's so embarrassing, like everybody's
on the phone right now.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
But did it ever occur.

Speaker 6 (21:21):
To your babe that maybe I was planning on something
for you?

Speaker 12 (21:26):
Did it, like, you know, maybe something nice?

Speaker 1 (21:29):
Or why something nice? Do my birthday after another five months?

Speaker 6 (21:36):
I don't want to tell you like this, I mean,
but I have to now that you think that I'm
cheating on you.

Speaker 12 (21:40):
First of all, I'm not cheating on you.

Speaker 6 (21:44):
And what I was trying to do is plan a
surprise for you.

Speaker 2 (21:51):
And now I know where this might be going.

Speaker 12 (21:54):
I mean, like, I just I'm just like a little
I mean, it was supposed to be something nice.

Speaker 6 (21:58):
It was supposed to be something very very special and
like a once in a lifetime and I just thought
of somebody who I thought of somebody that can make
the moment special. I mean, this is your your very
good friend. And you know, I just didn't want to
tell you my boys about it because you know they

(22:18):
have a big mouth and they're going to make a
big deal. So this is just not the way that
I wanted to do it. But I'm not cheating on you.
I don't know what else you want me to tell you.
I mean, I could prove it to you, but just
you know, kind of like the whole point of this
whole thing was to be surprised.

Speaker 9 (22:32):
Do you.

Speaker 1 (22:34):
So you're saying when I think you're saying, did I
did I just like blow up your spot?

Speaker 2 (22:38):
What do you think he's saying?

Speaker 1 (22:40):
Like maybe trying to propose.

Speaker 12 (22:44):
Ding ding ding ding?

Speaker 6 (22:48):
Yeah, babe, I mean that's that's pretty much who I
wanted to prove it to you.

Speaker 12 (22:50):
I mean, I have I have this ring, I have
this whole.

Speaker 6 (22:54):
Surprise lined up, and that's why, you know, I wanted
to show you in person. I didn't want to. I
didn't want for it to be like this. I mean,
that's why I was laughing because I'm caught off guard.
You know, I'm on break, I'm on lunch. I get
this call that you know, I can give my my
girlfriend Roses, and I thought that it would be the perfect.

Speaker 12 (23:14):
Time since I have this whole surprise lined up. But
I feel bad that you thought.

Speaker 6 (23:18):
That I was cheating on you, and so it just
makes ever reading a little. I'm caught off guard here.
I'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (23:26):
I'm sorry. Oh my gosh, I.

Speaker 2 (23:30):
Mean, Tyler, you just sound like the sweetest That's all
I know.

Speaker 12 (23:32):
Right now.

Speaker 2 (23:33):
Let me see you're a lucky woman.

Speaker 1 (23:34):
My Tyler. I can't believe I saw.

Speaker 12 (23:37):
I thank you so babe. I mean, the surprise is coming.
But now that we're on the phone, would you marry me?

Speaker 1 (23:45):
Wh what are you serious?

Speaker 12 (23:49):
Yes, I'm asking you right now?

Speaker 2 (23:51):
You're married?

Speaker 1 (23:55):
Wow?

Speaker 2 (23:56):
I didn't have anything ready.

Speaker 12 (23:59):
I'm a lucky man. Have any music?

Speaker 2 (24:02):
Are you down on one knee right now? Tyler? I
hope soty Like.

Speaker 6 (24:06):
I'm just I'm like sweating, like, oh my gosh.

Speaker 1 (24:10):
My gosh.

Speaker 10 (24:11):
It's not the way that I wanted to argue.

Speaker 2 (24:13):
It's not the way I wanted. I mean, at least
it's a memorable proposal, right, that's true.

Speaker 11 (24:26):
Wow, the Jewel shows to catch a cheater.

Speaker 2 (24:31):
I'm sorry. If I said that you were gone. Maybe
I meant you're stupid.

Speaker 6 (24:35):
I don't know, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (24:36):
It's time for America's favorite trivia game. You versus Victoria.
Your chance to take on our own. Victoria Ramire is
in a game of trivia to see who gets to
get a huge tattoo of the word trivia right across
their chest so you can really represent Yeah. Also kin
cutting tickets on the line, and let's meet today's contestant.

Speaker 2 (24:54):
Jay was up. Jay, Hey, how's it going great? How
are you?

Speaker 3 (24:57):
Are you ready to get the word trivia tattooed across
your chest?

Speaker 10 (25:00):
I'm super ready.

Speaker 2 (25:02):
All right, I'm.

Speaker 3 (25:04):
Missing Victoria out of the studio. Victoria, do you want
to say anything to day before we play?

Speaker 12 (25:08):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (25:08):
Get ready. So I'm gonna that was terrible, trashhock. I apologize.
I really tried.

Speaker 3 (25:13):
It could have been good. You gave up on it
before it was even your d was okay. There was
a fire behind it.

Speaker 7 (25:18):
Yeah, I was like it was pushing really hard, the fire,
but then they just like went out really quickly.

Speaker 13 (25:22):
Okay, cool, So not much going on up there like
we did. Okay, well let's move on. He doesn't get out,
all right, Victoria's going to leave the studio. You got
a good chance, Jay, he.

Speaker 3 (25:34):
Just played like this. You have thirty seconds hands there
as many questions as possible. If you don't know when
just say passed and Victoria has to beat you outright
to win?

Speaker 12 (25:41):
Are you ready?

Speaker 10 (25:42):
I'm ready?

Speaker 2 (25:42):
All right, here we go, Jay, your time starts. Now.
What year did TikTok launch?

Speaker 10 (25:48):
Twenty sixteen?

Speaker 2 (25:51):
What is the tallest mountain in the world?

Speaker 14 (25:54):
Now, Everett?

Speaker 7 (25:55):
Oh, what play is the phrase to be or not
to be? From? What famous document begins with the words
when in the course of human events? What US state
did Teddy Swims grow up in?

Speaker 3 (26:14):
All right, then we'll bring Victoria back into the studio.
So Jay, while Victoria gets situated and puts their headphones
back on and stuff, What's something you would like the
world to know about you today?

Speaker 10 (26:23):
I'm a musician. I played a drums keyboard.

Speaker 3 (26:26):
I think, oh sweet, you're a big Teddy Swims fan?

Speaker 2 (26:29):
Is that what he said?

Speaker 3 (26:34):
So's Victoria? Who got two Taylor Swift fans going at it?
So I guess we'll take the tattoo off the table.
Whoever wins is the biggest Taylor Swift fan?

Speaker 2 (26:41):
How do you?

Speaker 6 (26:42):
WHOA?

Speaker 2 (26:43):
That's pressure for Victoria. You can't do that. You better
get your game on, SUCKA. You ready, I'm fixing the microphone?
We heard it. I don't know what I thought that
helped me.

Speaker 3 (26:58):
Like how when we have meetings with our boss sometimes
he goes, I've noticed that, you guys, microphones are always being
knocked around.

Speaker 2 (27:03):
Do you know she was doing that? And where I
was like, I don't hear it. I don't know what
you're talking about. I'll go back and listen though and
check it out. I don't hear anything weird, all right.

Speaker 3 (27:15):
Victoria thirty seconds Answerre's many questions as possible if you
don't know when Jessey pass and you have to beat
Jay outright to win your time star sound?

Speaker 2 (27:21):
What what here? Did TikTok launch?

Speaker 6 (27:23):
Uh?

Speaker 2 (27:27):
What is the tallest mountain in the world? Mats? What plays?
Has the phrase to be or not to be? I
don't know you here?

Speaker 7 (27:36):
What famous document begins with the words when in the
course of human events?

Speaker 2 (27:40):
What constitution? What US state did Teddy Swims grow up in?

Speaker 7 (27:46):
I don't know, Kdecky, what is the process of liquid
turning into vapor?

Speaker 2 (27:53):
I wish you could be in studio right now.

Speaker 3 (27:55):
I have seen Victoria's face at that, like she just
her hands were shaking because she was trying to think
of an answer for the one before and then everything
just stopped in her eyes are wide.

Speaker 2 (28:02):
Like I know this, why not thinking? Wait, we need
an answer soon, Victoria. All right, Victoria's frozen three time.

Speaker 3 (28:13):
Okay, okay, let's send over to the scoreboard and see
how you guys did with our scoreboard Producer bread, Victoria,
you got one correct, Good job on that.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
Jay got three though, Oh dang.

Speaker 3 (28:21):
Congratulations, he's the biggest sailors in the world. She got two.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
No, shudn't I did? I did?

Speaker 12 (28:29):
She did?

Speaker 2 (28:29):
You can go over it when hit it.

Speaker 3 (28:31):
Okay, congratulations man, thank you for playing. And you got
those k cutting tickets as well. Let's get the answers
with Nita.

Speaker 2 (28:37):
Okay.

Speaker 7 (28:37):
TikTok launched in twenty sixteen. The tallest mountain in the
world is Mount Everest, which Victoria did get correct?

Speaker 2 (28:43):
Correct? What play is the phrase to be or not
to be from? It's from Hamlet?

Speaker 5 (28:47):
Yep.

Speaker 7 (28:48):
The document when in the course of human events? It
is the Declaration of Independence and that you said the constitution.

Speaker 8 (28:54):
Yeah, different documents.

Speaker 2 (28:57):
I honestly heard both of them in my head. Cool honestly,
probably wasn't listening. I tried.

Speaker 3 (29:02):
I thought it was the disclaimers that they have on
social like on the nice book of Stuff that says basically,
they have all information.

Speaker 7 (29:12):
Okay, Teddy Swims grew up in Georgia and the process
of liquid turning into vapor is boiling.

Speaker 12 (29:18):
What are you?

Speaker 2 (29:25):
Jay? Thank you for playing good job Jay? Yeah, thank you.

Speaker 3 (29:29):
You versus Victoria at the same time every single weekday morning.
If you want to play Victoria, you can d m
us at the Jebel Show or go to the Jewel
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Speaker 9 (29:36):
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Speaker 3 (29:43):
Rockel is on the phone today for a first date
follow up, and she's getting ghosted by a dude named Jake.

Speaker 2 (29:49):
Why is always in Jake? Though? I don't know. I'm
not sure if it's the State farm guy or not.

Speaker 3 (29:53):
If you had a red Polo, that's probably him, and
probably because he's very busy, Rockel, How long has it
been since you heard from Jake?

Speaker 10 (30:00):
Oh gosh, it's been like a couple of weeks.

Speaker 7 (30:03):
Okay, let's get into it. Tell us about the date.
How did you guys meet?

Speaker 9 (30:08):
So we met at a bar that's also kind of
known for their desserts. So my idea was like cocktail
and cake, which I thought was really cute.

Speaker 2 (30:15):
Yeah.

Speaker 9 (30:16):
Yeah, I thought it was like a really fun way.

Speaker 2 (30:17):
To get to know each other.

Speaker 9 (30:18):
And I mean truth to be totally met online, but
like even online our banter was really great and so
I was like super super happy to when I met
him in person, Like.

Speaker 2 (30:31):
He was so funny.

Speaker 9 (30:33):
He was so so, so so so funny.

Speaker 2 (30:36):
So was he funny online too?

Speaker 9 (30:38):
Yeah, like he exactly like he was funny online, but
he was even funnier in person.

Speaker 3 (30:43):
That's good, And I feel like that doesn't happen that often.
I feel like some people are hilarious over text, but
then they kind of get nervous when they're in person.

Speaker 2 (30:50):
You know, it really sucks.

Speaker 3 (30:52):
It is a big letdown because you show up and
you're ready for a show. I'm like dinner in a show. Yeah,
make me laugh, And then it's like they don't do that?
Can you just text with me?

Speaker 13 (30:58):
Then?

Speaker 2 (30:58):
Because you were hilarious when you're texting, I'm glad.

Speaker 9 (31:04):
It was like a real pleasant surprise for sure.

Speaker 2 (31:08):
And the date was good.

Speaker 9 (31:09):
Yeah, and like we decided to share a slice of
the triple chocolate cake or it was like triple chocolate
truffle cake or something. It was so good and we
each had martini, so like, you.

Speaker 7 (31:22):
Know, it was really nice. I'm loving this date idea.

Speaker 9 (31:28):
I thought it was cute. End, you know, it ended
pretty well, like we were he walked me to my car.
He gave me a kiss on the cheek, and he
was like, yeah, I get in touch with you.

Speaker 2 (31:39):
So you got a kiss on the cheek, okay, and
then never goten kept with you.

Speaker 9 (31:43):
I mean I basically texted him like a couple of
days later, like there was just one thing to happen
on the date that was like.

Speaker 1 (31:50):
A little strange.

Speaker 9 (31:53):
So basically he okay, we're talking. I'm like asking him
some cool questions, right, like I'm going to know him.
I'm asking him like what's your astrological fine, you know,
like I'm really into that stuff, like are you close
with your parents? Like blah blah blah, but like the
usual stuff. And I did kind of notice that he
was on his phone a lot, like towards the end

(32:13):
of the day, so like that kind of was a
little concerning to me. And then like at one point
he excused himself, like after we have our martini, and
he said he had to go like all of a sudden,
So it was like, okay, weird. I mean, everything was
going great until then, and it honestly happened so fast.

Speaker 1 (32:33):
So he was like, oh, I have to go, and
I was like, oh okay.

Speaker 9 (32:36):
So like we paid the bill and I'm like okay.
So we walk out to my car, you know, he.

Speaker 1 (32:41):
He kisses me on the cheek.

Speaker 9 (32:43):
He's like, you know, I had fun, but I have
to go, and I was like, I hope everything's okay,
and he just kind of like left. It was it
was very kind of strange.

Speaker 6 (32:50):
The ending was strange.

Speaker 2 (32:52):
Well yeah, I mean it makes you feel like did
something happen? What's the deal.

Speaker 9 (32:56):
Yeah, So like after that, I did text him and
I was just like, hey, I whope the reading's okay
and nothing, and it's still like I don't know, it's
from like ten days or something like almost two weeks.

Speaker 7 (33:09):
Well, I mean I would just wonder if you have
some I would be kind of nervous, like is this
person all right?

Speaker 1 (33:14):
Ely?

Speaker 2 (33:15):
Yeah, a family emergency.

Speaker 9 (33:18):
Maybe that's what I'm thinking. Where I was like, maybe
he just didn't like the idea of like the cocktail
and cake like I thought it was really cute, but
I was that's like the only thing, Like maybe you
just didn't like my judgment and like the placebook I pick.

Speaker 3 (33:29):
I think that that might not be it. That sounds
like a fine date unless he's really against cake, like
more cocktails.

Speaker 2 (33:36):
I mean you know, in that case, that's a red
flag for you, or.

Speaker 9 (33:40):
Like maybe I ate too much of the cake.

Speaker 3 (33:42):
I don't know, and then that's also a red flag
for you. Yeah, because if it's Karen about how much
cake you But we'll figure it out. We'll play a
song come back, and then call him and see if
you'll tell us why he's ghosting you.

Speaker 2 (33:53):
And maybe get you another date if you still.

Speaker 9 (33:54):
Want one, Okay, yeah, because I really want one.

Speaker 3 (33:57):
Yeah, I get your first day follow up next if
you're just joining us for today's first Day follow up.
Roquelle is on the phone and she's getting ghosted by
a dude named Jake. So we're about to see if
we can get him on the phone and see if
he'll tell us why he's ghosting her and maybe get
her another day. She's still interested after she hears why,
but before we call him, Rokelle, why don't you catch
everybody up on the situation with Jake.

Speaker 9 (34:18):
Okay, so basically we met online. We decided to get
to this really cute place. It was like a cocktail
and dessert type place, like get some cake, get some cocktails,
and everything was going great, really great conversation, and then
you know, kind of halfway through the date, he was
like kind about a little strange, Like he basically said

(34:38):
that he had to go to the bathroom, and when
he came back, he was like, oh, I have to leave.
It's like kind of all of a sudden, and I
was like, oh, okay, that's strange because the banter was
really good. And then he walked me to my car,
he kissed me on a cheek, and then you know,
kind of just like rushed out and I texted him
being like I hope everything's okay, and no response, and
that was like ten days ago.

Speaker 10 (35:00):
Hmm.

Speaker 3 (35:01):
Okay, well we'll see if we can help you out.
We're gonna call him right now and see if you'll
tell us why he's ghosting you and see if you
want another date.

Speaker 2 (35:07):
Okay, ready, yes, thank you, all right, here we go.

Speaker 10 (35:26):
Hello, I may speak to Jake.

Speaker 2 (35:27):
Please. This is Jake. How are you? My name is
Jewbel and I host the radio show and it's named
the Jewbeil Show. Hi, Jake jumping right in. Jubil's not
by himself. My name is Nina. I'm also on the show.
Yes she is, and I'm Victoria. She's also on the show.
Whether it's Jake. How's it going on? Oh me?

Speaker 3 (35:48):
Fine?

Speaker 10 (35:49):
Why are you guys calling from a radio station?

Speaker 2 (35:50):
We do a segment on our show called the First
Night follow Up.

Speaker 3 (35:53):
That's where if you go out on a date with
somebody and then you end up ghosting them, they can
email us to get you on the phone and find
out why. And we got an email about you from someone, Jake,
uh huh, And would you like to take a guess
at who that person is?

Speaker 10 (36:09):
Yeah, I'm pretty sure I know who it is. Who
it is Roquel?

Speaker 3 (36:14):
It is Roquelle. Yes, so Roquel told us about your date.
She said she really liked you, but she can't figure
out why your ghostingers. So that's why we're here.

Speaker 10 (36:23):
Yeah, yeah, I mean, look, you know, look, first of all,
Roque is super hot. I thought the taking cocktails idea
was like super cute.

Speaker 3 (36:33):
But.

Speaker 10 (36:35):
Like it felt like a job interview, you know, like
it felt like she was asking all these questions and
like sometimes like before you even have a chance to finish
the answer.

Speaker 12 (36:46):
It was like it was all like she.

Speaker 10 (36:47):
Was trying to see if I fitted her template of
like the perfect guy template, you know, and it was
like it literally felt like a job interview. It was like,
you know, what are your strengths and weaknesses?

Speaker 12 (36:58):
Uh?

Speaker 10 (36:59):
Asking my family? She like she asked about the relationship
with my mom. Like I was like, I just met
you twenty minutes ago, so I just I get that
girls when I know that stuff, but on the first date,
like and then I mean, asking about my astrological sign,
that's fine, but it just I was like it just
felt like it was coming on too strong. Like it
I was just kind of like, you know, in my mind,

(37:22):
I was like, have more game, you know, have more game.

Speaker 9 (37:27):
I was just trying to get to know you.

Speaker 3 (37:31):
Took that rock house. She was on the phone listing.
She's on the phone listing and wants to talk to you.

Speaker 10 (37:37):
Oh, I mean maybe I just like I didn't realize
you were on the phone.

Speaker 9 (37:41):
No, that's okay. I'm just like, you know, I was
disappointed because I really I felt like we had such
great banter, and I'm like, I'm just like interested in you,
and I just I was interested in those things and
I just think, you know, it was a good conversation
or like they're like conversation starters, you know. And I mean,
I'm so sorry that it turned you. I can certainly,

(38:01):
you know, tone it down and hotch next time. Yeah.

Speaker 10 (38:06):
Yeah, I mean, you know, I get like dating is awkward.
It's like an awkward thing to do. It's kind of weird.
So I mean, I I feel that. But yeah, I
mean I'm sorry that I didn't respond. I just was
kind of like, honestly, I just think I was really
interested again, but you know, I mean, yeah, that's kind
of how I was feeling. That's why I didn't respond.

Speaker 7 (38:28):
Jake, can I ask you what types of questions make
you feel comfortable? Because I don't know about you guys,
but I don't like to waste my time. Was like, oh,
look at the chandelier. It's so beautiful. I'd rather know
about you. Yeah, although I probably would talk about it well,
but deeper conversations are more meaningful than the surface level
like how's the weather like, so what kind of questions.

Speaker 2 (38:48):
I totally agree, Yeah, I totally agree.

Speaker 10 (38:50):
I think it's I think it's less. Maybe it's less
the questions. I mean some of the questions were a
little bit much, but like it's more like the style
and the like. It just felt like she was reciting
a list. It was like, Okay, that's about your jo Justseph,
So tell me about your mom. Okay, well then tell
me about like what's your side. It was like, as
if that's what I mean, Like, it wasn't so much

(39:12):
like those are those are totally valid questions to ask.
It just was like it felt like I was like
a candidate to be her husband.

Speaker 2 (39:20):
Huh, technically isn't everybody until you're not. I'm sorry, that's
not much, okay, Raquel. Were you nervous?

Speaker 9 (39:30):
I mean yeah, I was nervous and excited, you know,
And I think when I get excited, I just like,
you know, kind of like get a little fit fiery,
and so I definitely need to work on my delivery,
which I am really willing to do, Jake, because I
think we really hit it off and I would really
love to see you again.

Speaker 14 (39:47):
Yeah, I mean I I'm open to it, Like I
I feel like again, like it's honestly it's my bad,
like I should have communicated that to you perhaps, but
you know how dating is, like some dys just easier
just to.

Speaker 10 (39:58):
Like move on.

Speaker 14 (40:00):
But but you know, I you seem like a nice person,
and I I'm.

Speaker 10 (40:06):
Glad that we have this opportunity to clear this well.

Speaker 3 (40:09):
Jake, since you seem since you think Raquel seems like
a nice person, would you like to try again and
go out another day with Roquel?

Speaker 2 (40:17):
We'll pay for it.

Speaker 10 (40:18):
I would, I would, I'm goad, I'm don hellow.

Speaker 2 (40:21):
Yeah, congratulations Raquel, Yay, thank.

Speaker 8 (40:24):
You so much.

Speaker 9 (40:25):
I'm excited, but I'm leaving it cool.

Speaker 7 (40:27):
Good luck, don't be self conscious. Still do whatever you
need to do on this day for yourself.

Speaker 3 (40:33):
Thank you, guys, Jake, you be yourself as well.

Speaker 10 (40:36):
I think, yes I.

Speaker 2 (40:39):
Will, and I'm going to be somebody different, but i'll
see you ony day though. I'm gonna be somebody weird.

Speaker 3 (40:43):
Look behind the pitch, Yes, yeah, that'll be me.

Speaker 4 (40:49):
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Stop the car right now wherever you are, Oh, it's
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And you could be in great danger. Uh oh, Also,
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Speaker 2 (41:04):
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Speaker 3 (41:06):
But experts have released I guess, new information about a
thing in your car that you're probably not using correctly
and that most people don't use correctly, and they say
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Speaker 2 (41:18):
What this is racking my brain?

Speaker 3 (41:19):
Man?

Speaker 2 (41:20):
Like the trunk? What are you supposed to put in there?

Speaker 7 (41:22):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (41:23):
Today, I was today years old when.

Speaker 15 (41:26):
I realized that this mother right hair was called the
glove compartment, not the glove compartment. The glove compartment, it's
an acronym.

Speaker 2 (41:35):
And what does it stand for?

Speaker 15 (41:36):
You ask the general lory utility vault And you're probably
asking yourself, if you're dumbing American like me, what the lory?
That's just another truck, which should make sense because no
one puts some gloves in there.

Speaker 2 (41:52):
The glove box in your car. But here, listen to
this again. Yeah, I was today. I was today.

Speaker 15 (41:58):
Years old when I realized that this mother right hair
was called the glove compartment, not the glove compartment, the
glove compartment, And.

Speaker 2 (42:08):
What does it stand for?

Speaker 15 (42:09):
You ask the general lory utility vault what and you're
probably asking yourself, if you're dumb an American like me,
what the fuck for the lor? This is another British
word for truck, which should make sense because no one
puts some gloves in there.

Speaker 2 (42:28):
General truck utility general lorry. Yeah, but I have truck
is what it means in English. Utility vault vaults.

Speaker 3 (42:36):
Well, experts have released a list of suggestions on what
you should have in your general lor utility vault.

Speaker 2 (42:42):
It's much easier to say glove box.

Speaker 10 (42:44):
Yeah, it really is.

Speaker 3 (42:45):
They say you should always have spare fuses in there.
Wait what it said? It's good to have backups in
case a fuse blows while you're on the road.

Speaker 2 (42:53):
What's the fuse used for? We are exactly.

Speaker 8 (43:00):
If you open up your hood, there's a little box
in there and it's got a bunch of fuses in it,
and those control various things like the lights on your
dash and the lights here in the in the electronics
from computer A to computer B and all the other stuff.

Speaker 2 (43:11):
So you can have spares in your glove box.

Speaker 3 (43:13):
Which I'm not using my glove box like it's nineteen
eighty five.

Speaker 2 (43:17):
I got a cell phone. Now I can call them
kind of on the road. Baby.

Speaker 3 (43:24):
They also say that you should keep a multi tool
like a Swiss army knife that includes art fliers, a
screwdriver and a small knife on it at all times
in your glovebox.

Speaker 2 (43:32):
Pen and paper.

Speaker 3 (43:33):
Yeah, that's always something that you should have in your
glove box.

Speaker 2 (43:36):
Well, I agree with that one.

Speaker 7 (43:37):
Like you know on the side, you know that little
side spot that's like where you throw trash and stuff.

Speaker 3 (43:44):
I usually keep pens there, probably use for something else,
what I call it trash cans.

Speaker 4 (43:48):
What's proppergal keep in our glove box.

Speaker 11 (43:50):
I'm a snacker, reusable Colerina cube ocase and for any
friends I might have long for the ride, napkins and
a strap loss lactage shout wipes, highl and all the
ready mite.

Speaker 4 (43:58):
Off and that's specialty. Time of the month, paper and
writing you tech.

Speaker 2 (44:01):
How big is the globox on this one?

Speaker 11 (44:04):
This pends a little special because it's also a multi tool, flashlight,
a window breaker, screwdriver, whistle.

Speaker 4 (44:09):
You can't open our Swiss army knife.

Speaker 11 (44:10):
Regular knife, flashlights, heate measure in case I'm shopping or
running errands, and it travels on urine bag.

Speaker 4 (44:15):
In case you gotta go and you can't go that girl.

Speaker 2 (44:18):
A boy scout everything like condo glove box and make
it all fit in there.

Speaker 11 (44:25):
Always in my door, windows, spikes, seatbelt cutter, flashlight to
my right, personal alarm change for a meter water bottle,
first water bottle.

Speaker 4 (44:31):
A beauty tip of the day.

Speaker 11 (44:32):
I always drive a fishing gloves rate, grip free tips,
wrinkle free hands. A passenger side seat has a quick
grab bag. I can seal it with a stinky old sweatshirt.
Not like anyone's looking a break into the box. It's
not an important meating tan sanitizer because everybody's gross bug
spray because I look aod picnic handlows, phone charger and
wet wives, Kleenex and scissors, loss and a purse holder

(44:53):
in case I'm going to a restaurant someone needs to
join me, no problem.

Speaker 4 (44:57):
What are you keeping your glove box of?

Speaker 2 (45:00):
That is the most prepared person on the planet. Proof
of insurance registration.

Speaker 3 (45:04):
We're going over the list of what experts say you
should have in your glove box at all times. A
tire pressure gauge, your vehicle's manual. Who's going to read
the manual.

Speaker 2 (45:11):
I read the manual what I've read the video of
every car I've had? Are you serious?

Speaker 3 (45:15):
I don't think I've ever read a manual on anything.
It's a lot, but yeah, that does explain a lot.
Al citing flashbacks from being a kid, being.

Speaker 16 (45:24):
Like, take a minute and read the instruction. You can't
just open it and play with it right away. You
got to figure it out. That's why I don't read manuals.
It's time for Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 7 (45:39):
So the countdown to Cowboy Carter is on who what
is a Cowboy Carter?

Speaker 2 (45:43):
Beyonce bro It was the Times act to Cowboy Carter.

Speaker 7 (45:49):
So she teased us with her new cover art, which
is her looking amazing per usual on a horse and
all that kind of stuff. But the thing that's really
got people's attention is what she said. So she said
that this album has been over five years in the making,
and it was born out of an experience years ago
where I didn't feel welcome. So right, she's saying that
this isn't a country album, it's a Beyonce album, and

(46:12):
you know what what a boss?

Speaker 2 (46:14):
So did she not feel welcome like back home? In
Texas or in LA.

Speaker 7 (46:18):
People are speculating that it has something to do with
the surprise performance that she made at the twenty sixteen
CMA Awards.

Speaker 2 (46:25):
I don't remember that performance. I don't know.

Speaker 7 (46:27):
That would be sense because CMA is all country, right,
and she is the first black woman to have the
number one country hit and make her way onto the
charts at all. So a lot of this is history,
a lot of this is earned in every way possible.
I mean, she's got an album in every genre and
it's been successful. You don't have to be a Beyonce fan,
but you can't argue that is an incredible woman.

Speaker 8 (46:50):
My grandma always said, you don't have anything nice to say,
don't say it. And then I got into radio and
I wanted to say it's all overrated and the marketing
scheme is working.

Speaker 7 (47:00):
Okay, Well, us over here in the Hive can strongly
disagree with you and pretend like we didn't hear that.

Speaker 2 (47:06):
The fee hive together and that's how it should work.

Speaker 7 (47:10):
Right now, let's make our way to Florida, shall we.
Spring Break is live and well in Florida, Fort Lauderdale, specifically,
where you can get a very special shot that will
cost you thirty dollars. What it's a shot that gets
poured in your mouth from this particular bartender name Ayana,
and then what she does is po water on your
head and then what she does slaps.

Speaker 4 (47:32):
You for thirty dollars.

Speaker 7 (47:34):
People are lining up to experience the hurricane shot, so
you'll get a little shot in a show which includes
a slap too, so you know people are lining up
for that. Justice is finally being served for the first
man in England just got arrested for cyberflashing. Ho what
this means If you've ever been out and your air

(47:56):
drop is on and somebody just randomly air drops you
a pack which is hilarious, sad, disgusting, Why all at once?

Speaker 17 (48:05):
Is it?

Speaker 2 (48:05):
What happened? Yeah?

Speaker 7 (48:07):
And if it's never happened to you, it is so alarming.
It happened to me on the subway in New York
and come on man, someone got arrested for it though,
But first man, justice will be served you sickle whoa, Yeah,
this guy did it to It was a woman and
a teenage girl. He targeted them, sent them pictures and
now he got arrested. Good wow, Like no, there were

(48:27):
no ramifications for doing stuff like this before. Yeah, but
now cyber flashing is the thing and you will get arrested.
They accept the president. You little perverts, keep your little
air drops.

Speaker 8 (48:37):
Off, gentlemen. If she didn't ask for it or that,
do not deliver it.

Speaker 2 (48:43):
It's the weird shot. It's as easy as that. Like,
I don't even know how to argue it.

Speaker 7 (48:47):
Is it just this animalistic instinct where it was like,
see girl send pick.

Speaker 2 (48:53):
What did they really think that that's gonna work?

Speaker 7 (48:57):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (48:57):
Is that?

Speaker 12 (48:58):
Like?

Speaker 2 (48:58):
What is your percentage of whims on that? Dude? Zero
has been served? Yeah, that's amazing, So think about that
next time. England. We don't know where Caate Middleton is,
but justice is certainly.

Speaker 12 (49:14):
Right.

Speaker 2 (49:15):
That's what's trending. Doubles.

Speaker 10 (49:18):
Dirty little secret?

Speaker 3 (49:19):
Hey, what's up day? So you have a dirty little secret?
Huh yeah, sweet, let's hear it.

Speaker 2 (49:26):
Sucker.

Speaker 5 (49:28):
So, I don't know how embarrassing this is, but uh so,
me and my ex broke up recently and she started
an only fans account.

Speaker 3 (49:39):
Okay, I feel like it's pretty standard. I think my
ex did too, So anyway, keep going.

Speaker 5 (49:44):
And she has been uploading all of the videos that
she shares her only fans account on.

Speaker 12 (49:51):
Our shared Google drive.

Speaker 5 (49:53):
Oh so recently I opened up the second only fans
account those same photos.

Speaker 2 (50:01):
Oh what, that's genius. Maybe I should do the same thing.
Does she not know?

Speaker 5 (50:09):
I mean, if I'm paying for the extra space on
the drive and she's uploaded to it, I mean that
stuff's ours, right.

Speaker 2 (50:16):
I mean what wait?

Speaker 3 (50:18):
Definitely that's the shared property at this point, she should
know that she's putting them on the drive.

Speaker 2 (50:23):
Huh. So are you making money off of this?

Speaker 10 (50:26):
I mean I'm making some money, you know, A.

Speaker 5 (50:28):
Couple of extra hundred bucks a month ain't nothing to
sneeze at.

Speaker 2 (50:31):
But like, I don't know if this is genius or terrifying. Yeah?

Speaker 7 (50:36):
Yeah, so okay, last question, So did you use the
same name though? Did you create a new name with
her image for the only fans account?

Speaker 5 (50:44):
I mean, I created a new only fans account that's
the same as hers, plus a couple of numbers. Okay,
I mean you can't be exactly the same, right.

Speaker 2 (50:56):
Oh man, I don't know there's a lawsuit there, but
just be careful.

Speaker 7 (51:00):
I can't tell this is like really really smart or
slightly intrusive.

Speaker 2 (51:05):
Like, I can't tell either.

Speaker 3 (51:06):
I mean, I guess if it's the same things that
she's already putting out there.

Speaker 2 (51:09):
Still, I don't know. I think it is bad. I
don't know how to feel.

Speaker 5 (51:13):
About this if she's uploading them there.

Speaker 10 (51:16):
You know, you got a kind of our stuff.

Speaker 7 (51:18):
It's like a box of cereal, right, you put it
on the don't eat off of I have a ball,
You have a ball.

Speaker 5 (51:23):
I just happened to get the toy at the bottom.

Speaker 2 (51:27):
All right, thank you for telling us your little secret. Hey,
what's up? Hey, you have a dirty little secret? I do, sweet,
let's hear it.

Speaker 17 (51:36):
Okay, So years ago, I used to date this guy.

Speaker 12 (51:40):
We were engaged, and.

Speaker 17 (51:41):
He started cheating on me, okay, and so I busted him.
He you know, lied it. I came home one day
and found these, you know, kind of of course in
the trash.

Speaker 1 (51:55):
He was you know, he was yeah, yeah.

Speaker 12 (51:59):
Yeah, a mess messy.

Speaker 17 (52:01):
So he should have a license to grow, right, you
should have a life of the girl marijuana. So I
was like, okay, so it's all good.

Speaker 1 (52:10):
So I would come home early from work.

Speaker 3 (52:12):
I would have moved out of the country if I
was with you. If I was with you, and that happened,
and I heard, Okay, it's all good. I would have
moved out of the country because that is a warning
shot right there.

Speaker 2 (52:20):
That's fine.

Speaker 1 (52:23):
So I said, okay, so I got you. So this
is what we're doing.

Speaker 17 (52:27):
So I would come home from lunch early and I
would do it all the time. Every time he pissed
me off, I would go in there and I would
kill all his plants.

Speaker 2 (52:34):
Like poor gassy.

Speaker 1 (52:39):
I wonder why his grow wasn't right.

Speaker 2 (52:41):
He'd always think, day, what is going on?

Speaker 17 (52:43):
Oh my gosh, he would think the little bug you know,
I guess.

Speaker 1 (52:46):
The little bugs was even more.

Speaker 17 (52:47):
Of the THC except wasn't going right. And I was like,
oh my gosh, they were so pretty yesterday, you know, yesterday.

Speaker 1 (52:58):
Oh my god.

Speaker 17 (52:58):
I put it in the soil and I stirred up,
and I wait, from the start dying, how long.

Speaker 2 (53:06):
Did you stay with him after you caught him cheating
and was killing his plants?

Speaker 17 (53:10):
I stayed with him probably about a year because I was,
you know, finding my own place, getting myself together.

Speaker 2 (53:18):
Okay, I'm sure, yeah, get.

Speaker 1 (53:20):
Myself tine to move, you know what I'm saying, to.

Speaker 17 (53:22):
Get to my own place.

Speaker 4 (53:24):
But I'm doing wonderful have my own business.

Speaker 9 (53:27):
Yes, that's what I would do.

Speaker 2 (53:28):
Good for you for getting out of that. Thank you
for your dirty little secret. I appreciate you.

Speaker 1 (53:32):
There's no problem.

Speaker 12 (53:33):
You're welcome.

Speaker 9 (53:34):
Thanks for a second yea day after day

Speaker 2 (53:36):
You too, by what's your dirty little secret?
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