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Speaker 1 (00:00):
My boyfriend broke up with me on Friday, and as
I was crying in his arms, I.

Speaker 2 (00:05):
Said, thank you so much for doing this before Delusions
at album comes out.

Speaker 3 (00:11):
So I can have an authentic lousening experience. And I
was not serious.

Speaker 4 (00:15):
And I stand by it that you will show you
know how it is you think you know a person
and then you move in with them. Well A, this
is going viral of things that men didn't know about
women until moving in with one, and it's pretty hilarious.
So let's go over the list. One thing that men
didn't know about women until they moved in with them

(00:37):
is just like cats, they naturally gravitate to the warmest
parts of the house.

Speaker 5 (00:42):
Oh yeah, you don't want to be cold? What this
is going to be funny? Okay?

Speaker 4 (00:47):
Another one says that they take showers with boiling hot water.

Speaker 5 (00:51):
Again, who wants to be? Another thing on.

Speaker 4 (00:55):
The list of things that men didn't know about women
until they moved in with one.

Speaker 5 (01:00):
They never finish their drinks.

Speaker 4 (01:02):
I find two cups of half drunk coffee scattered around
the house multiple times a week. I don't know why
we I think that is true, definitely. I noticed that too.
I'm always like walking. Well, when I've lived with women
before them always like they, how do they? Why does
she never finish her drink? Ever, I don't know why
we do that. I think some when we're done, we're done.

Speaker 6 (01:19):
I definitely do that. That's true. That applies to all
things in life. Things.

Speaker 5 (01:23):
Another thing on the list. When she takes, she takes.

Speaker 4 (01:26):
She takes off her brad at the end of the
day the same way I take off my belt with
the force of a thousand sons and a sigh of relief.

Speaker 5 (01:33):
Is the greatest thing. That's so funny.

Speaker 4 (01:38):
We're going over a list that's going viral of the
top things that men didn't know about women until they
moved in with one. Women have a million black hair
ties and also none, Yeah, because you're always looking for
a hair tie, but there you have so many.

Speaker 6 (01:52):
It's the same thing with chapstick, the two things that
you have tons of that you can never find.

Speaker 3 (01:56):
Because then you lose them. Then you gotta go find him,
and then you find them in random places and then he.

Speaker 6 (02:00):
Well, I guess we're excited about finding my chapstick in
my jeans pocket than five dollars because I'm like, oh,
I've been looking for this yet, Little Birt's bees.

Speaker 4 (02:07):
Another thing on the list of things that men didn't
know about women until they moved in with one that
a five foot tall, one hundred pound woman can take
up an entire king sized bed.

Speaker 5 (02:17):
He got a starfish, dude, it's so comfy.

Speaker 4 (02:22):
Another thing on this list is how long it takes
to put on makeup. A guy said he never saw
his mom do hers and didn't realize that it's a
whole production.

Speaker 6 (02:31):
Yeah, it is a whole production. And it's not just
the makeup, it's also the hair. It's quite stressful when
you feel like you and your man are getting ready
at the same time and you are just taking way longer,
But in reality you get ready faster than all your friends.

Speaker 3 (02:43):
You know.

Speaker 5 (02:43):
Oh, that's a good point. It's so weird.

Speaker 4 (02:46):
I've always found that the peaceful time of the day,
like if we're going out somewhere, it's not like I
could I know, I have like two hours to basically
do whatever I want, Like I will take a shower,
I'll get ready, and then I'm like, sweet, what do
I want to do right now?

Speaker 3 (02:58):
It's jubowls a long time.

Speaker 5 (03:00):
Yeah, it is.

Speaker 4 (03:01):
I could go outside, I can work on something. I
could paint. I can do a whole painting. I can
like I can read a book. I can do whatever
I want. But at the end of it, she will
still come downstairs and go, uh, okay, I'm ready, and
then I'll be like, oh sweet, let me just put
on my shoes. And then now I'm the reason we're
running late. I'm just waiting on you, like, well, you've
been up there for two hours. Yeah, but you're not

(03:22):
ready to go. Your shoes aren't. Not because I had
someone come over give me a massage in the time
it took you to get ready and coming over. A
list of things that men didn't know about women until
moving in with one.

Speaker 6 (03:35):
Their hair gets everywhere. Yeah, we said, sometimes I do
that on purpose. What I told you, I've done this.
When you're leaving the house, a strand of my hair
will be somewhere on your clothing. That way, my territory
has been marked. When you go about your day, you
don't know it's there, but another woman will see it
and you're welcome.

Speaker 5 (03:53):
Are you serious.

Speaker 3 (03:53):
It's like a dog jag, but.

Speaker 5 (03:56):
It's harmless and it works.

Speaker 6 (03:58):
Wow.

Speaker 4 (03:58):
Okay, I had a girlfriend and that I was living
with once accused me of being with another girl because
of a hair and she was going off because it
wasn't the same color as her hair.

Speaker 5 (04:06):
Yeah, that's how you catch them. And I was just quiet, though.

Speaker 4 (04:09):
I was quiet because she was going she was going off,
and I was like, you just did your hair the
other day and had it colored, and then she was like,
oh yeah I did. Okay, never mind, I know that
she cared. Now, can you go do makeup or something?
I need to decompress. After that, we're going over a

(04:31):
list of things that men didn't know about women until
they moved in with one. It just says pillows. Pillows everywhere, Yeah, everywhere.

Speaker 5 (04:39):
It's the best. They hold you up.

Speaker 4 (04:41):
Yeah, they're sleeping on the couches everywhere.

Speaker 3 (04:45):
Pillows, Well, we don't have any pillows on the couches.
Whenever we send you to the couch, what are you going.

Speaker 5 (04:49):
To sleep with? It's a good point, Victoria. I slept
on a lot of throw pillows. We're not as comfy
as the real.

Speaker 4 (04:57):
I actually like pillows though, so I don't have a
problem with that. But I do you know guys that
complained about how many pillows there are in the house.
Another thing on the list of things that men didn't
know about women until moving in was one common areas
guests can see must be spotless. Their personal space cannot
be seen by any guests. It's an absolute disaster.

Speaker 7 (05:14):
Song.

Speaker 5 (05:15):
Yeah, how do you not know that? Though? Isn't that
common sense? Isn't it for everyone?

Speaker 3 (05:20):
I feel like yes, But I also am someone who
likes to, like, before I even clean the kitchen, just
in case they see my room, I'll clean my room.
And my roommate's gotten mad at me about that because
she's like, Victoria, we have friends coming over in thirty minutes.
I'm like, I know, I'm cleaning my room. She's like, why,
no one's gonna look at your room, And I'm like, well,
just in case you got to blame the dirt on her.
But if you see your room it's spotless. It makes

(05:40):
sense to me. Oh really I could thank Yeah?

Speaker 8 (05:42):
How long?

Speaker 5 (05:42):
Thinking like, have you seen her room? That's why this
place is that. It's another Jebile phone frame on the twenties.

Speaker 4 (05:56):
Hello, Hi, this is Pete Eakins calling from bridle I
was looking for Ashley.

Speaker 9 (06:01):
Oh, this is Ashley. Hi.

Speaker 5 (06:03):
I was hoping you're going to call well here, I
am how you doing?

Speaker 9 (06:08):
I'm doing well?

Speaker 10 (06:10):
So is my dress ready?

Speaker 9 (06:11):
Because the wedding is in.

Speaker 5 (06:12):
A few days right?

Speaker 4 (06:14):
Yeah, you were in here because you needed to get
your dress altered for because you're in the bridal shower
of a friend.

Speaker 5 (06:21):
Coming up right. I'm in her wedding, yes, and we
can get that to you next week.

Speaker 9 (06:29):
No, I'm sorry. The wedding is actually this weekend, so
I need it. As I said before, I need it
as soon as you can.

Speaker 11 (06:38):
Get it to me.

Speaker 4 (06:39):
Well, there was there's been a bit of an issue,
so I don't think we're going to be able to
get that dress.

Speaker 5 (06:43):
See you in time.

Speaker 1 (06:45):
That's not actually not an option because I waited forever
for it to get delivered and we have already gone
over this. The wedding is this weekend.

Speaker 4 (06:56):
I need hoping it's located this week, but if we
can't locate it this week, then I'm sorry.

Speaker 9 (07:01):
Locate it, yes, okay? Do you haven't you spend it
off to get all I'm confused and you.

Speaker 4 (07:10):
Okay, So your dress is not here and we're having
trouble tracking it down. So full disclosure, I went on
a date the other night with this fabulous woman that
I met on Tinder, okay, and was a fancy restaurant
and I told her I had the perfect dress, and

(07:33):
so she wore that at the restaurant and it looked beautiful.
She's about your size, and so the alteration is ridiculous.

Speaker 11 (07:43):
Okay.

Speaker 9 (07:44):
So okay, beside the point, why don't you have it
back from her?

Speaker 4 (07:49):
Uh? She has ghosted me, and I don't know where.
I have not heard back after the date she took
the dress with her and so she has here.

Speaker 9 (07:56):
Are you freaking kidding me? Right now?

Speaker 1 (07:58):
I have, First of all, okay, I can't believe you
would let someone else wear this dress.

Speaker 9 (08:03):
I haven't even worn this dress and.

Speaker 11 (08:05):
It is for a wedding.

Speaker 5 (08:07):
Okay, I just I'm feeling a little bit dismissed.

Speaker 9 (08:11):
I'm feeling a little bit dismissed. This is freaking ridiculous.

Speaker 5 (08:14):
I don't know if you heard, but I got ghosted.

Speaker 9 (08:17):
I don't care about your dating life. I need that dress.

Speaker 11 (08:20):
This is my best friend's wedding.

Speaker 9 (08:22):
I'm the maid of honor. I have to give this speech.
If this goes wrong, this is a disaster.

Speaker 4 (08:27):
Right, But I really liked her and she's ghosting me,
and I mean she doesn't your dress, yes, but I
mean there's really.

Speaker 5 (08:34):
No sympathy there at all, and so I'm just feeling
a little wit.

Speaker 9 (08:37):
No, No, you're not going to get anything spthy for me.
You gave my bridesmaid dress to some first date who
you don't even know, and now you can't get in
touch with her. I like what, I can't even what
is happening.

Speaker 4 (08:51):
I didn't give it to her, I let her borrow it,
so I hate to correct it on that little detail.

Speaker 11 (08:55):
But either way, you own a business.

Speaker 9 (08:58):
Okay, I even know what to do at this point
because you were in the wrong, like you were going
to have to try to find me.

Speaker 11 (09:04):
I don't care.

Speaker 9 (09:05):
You might have to rush order me another one of
those dresses altered in.

Speaker 4 (09:09):
I do want to make I want to make this
better for you, because yes, how's that going to happen? Well,
I'm wondering if you wouldn't mind if you could maybe
just call her and then maybe put in a good
word for me.

Speaker 9 (09:19):
Are you seriously asking me to call your gate when
you were the one that completely ruined my best friend's wedding.
I'm so mad at you right now, I don't like
I'm trying to problem solve here so my best friend
doesn't have the worst wedding and it's all my fault
because it's your fault. You're the one who did this.

Speaker 12 (09:36):
This is so interesing you even believe this is.

Speaker 4 (09:38):
Happening your a friend. If she can move her wedding,
they'll give you more time.

Speaker 13 (09:42):
What.

Speaker 1 (09:43):
Oh my god, this is the most insane thing I've
ever had to deal with.

Speaker 11 (09:46):
I can't even I hate you.

Speaker 9 (09:50):
You know, I'm gonna have to call my lawyer. I'm
that's okay.

Speaker 4 (09:53):
Well, in that case, I'll let you know that this
is actually Jubil from the Jubil Show doing a phone
prank on you and your friend.

Speaker 5 (09:58):
Sabrina set you up. Oh my god, it's a joke.

Speaker 9 (10:03):
I am hyperventilating right now.

Speaker 5 (10:05):
She said she's really happy you're in her wedding and
wanted to mess with you.

Speaker 9 (10:09):
Oh my god. I was literally just like, how would
someone do this? Like I couldn't wrap my head around it.

Speaker 11 (10:16):
But I was also so mad.

Speaker 9 (10:20):
Wake up every morning with Jubile phone Franks, it's.

Speaker 5 (10:23):
Time for Nina's what's trending?

Speaker 6 (10:24):
So there's a new trend in fasting. Oh, it's called
speech fasting. That is not talking, otherwise known as not
talking until noon. This is trending on TikTok because a
singer has been posting her fast every single day because
she's trying to protect her instrument. But according to science,
there's actually benefits of not speaking until later in the day,

(10:47):
and that is that it's going to lower your blood
pressure and lower the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone
in your body.

Speaker 5 (10:53):
Oh wow, okay, well let's do that from now on there.
I feel like I tried. That'll be a very boring show.
They got mad at me. I kind of.

Speaker 6 (11:00):
I kind of do it in reverse though, like after
the show and after work I shut up, like I
will not answer my phone sometimes just to protect my.

Speaker 3 (11:08):
Pay really.

Speaker 5 (11:11):
Don't call you, Yeah, you know, I don't answer the
phone past seven.

Speaker 6 (11:15):
So anyway, this is cool if you've got a plan
to London or you want to do some like UK traveling, Well,
Buckingham Palace is opening up it's East Wing and bal
Moral Castle for the very first time, guys. So the
East Wing is where they come out onto that balcony,
like that's included in the East Wing and they like
wave to their constituency.

Speaker 5 (11:37):
Oh that's cool. Whe the queen has in many speeches.

Speaker 6 (11:41):
I mean, it's just historic if anything, regardless of what
your feels are for the royals, they've done a whole
bunch of remodeling.

Speaker 5 (11:47):
So now just like looks all cool.

Speaker 6 (11:48):
But I always get tripped out when you walk into
buildings like that because when you look at the paintings
on the walls, well you have to notice, and when
you know they're that old, it's crazy. I really feel
like spirits attached to them. They're really looking at you.

Speaker 4 (12:01):
Yeah, it's it's nuts. Also, I want to have a
palace like it's so dope. Every single room is just
like painted and decorated. None of the rooms are the
rooms are nuts or those things. I've always wanted one
of them.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
I feel like your house is kind of becoming a palace,
like you end up painting there.

Speaker 5 (12:16):
I'm gonna paint one of my walls like like in
a palace.

Speaker 6 (12:19):
So eventually you do have historic artifacts playing around too.

Speaker 4 (12:22):
So I do have a Soric church pew. I don't
know where it came from, but yeah, I got it
in a state sales. So it's just work to me.

Speaker 6 (12:29):
The spirits have attached to the pew too, but I
think they're good ones because it feels good when I
walk into you.

Speaker 5 (12:34):
Okay, good, he's.

Speaker 3 (12:35):
Like, Michael Angelo. Move aside.

Speaker 5 (12:36):
It's je Fresh job.

Speaker 6 (12:39):
We've been doing a lot of like family dinners and
visits at Double's house.

Speaker 5 (12:42):
That's why I should paint one of the ceilings. You should.
This is steam chapel.

Speaker 6 (12:46):
Yeah, Michael Angelo, my name is Jubil Fresh exactly.

Speaker 5 (12:53):
Please do that.

Speaker 6 (12:55):
Okay, here's a good one. Everybody braced yourselves. This may
or may not trigger a ramp. The White House wants
a unified standard time for the Moon, so NASA has
been instructed to work with government agencies to come up
with a plan, and it's calling it the Coordinated Lunar Time.
And I want to figure this out by the end
of twenty twenty six.

Speaker 4 (13:15):
Why does the moon need a time. There's nobody on
the Moon right now. Don't need to stress the moon
out with a schedule. It's ridiculous.

Speaker 5 (13:23):
What this is really interesting?

Speaker 6 (13:25):
Maybe you already knew this, Tubile, but if you didn't
know that the Earth is currently measured by hundreds of
atomic clocks that are stationed around our planet that manage
that measure the changing energy in the state of atoms. Yeah,
to record nanoseconds. I kind of just spoke gibberish to myself,
but I kind of understand what I said too, So
that's wild, that's all not I mean, they made it

(13:47):
that right.

Speaker 5 (13:49):
So yeah, yeah, they did make it that. Yeah. They
time is made up essentially.

Speaker 6 (13:54):
So what we stress us all out, we can live
in coordinated lunar time together.

Speaker 4 (13:58):
It's clt so America. America is trying to own the
time on the Moon. I think that the next World
war will be fought over the Moon. You said that,
I have said that, Yeah, because we can go to
the people that can go to the Moon. Now, private
companies are doing space travel, and eventually they're going to
start running to mine the Moon. That's kind of why
they're trying to go up there, is to mine it
for resources. Yeah, And so as soon as that happens,

(14:22):
and then governments and then private companies are fighting for
spaces to mine on the Moon. I just feel like
that's the next thing. There is a Lunar treaty that
happened in the seventies that only a few countries are
a part of but it doesn't protect us from enough
saying what saying that the moon is.

Speaker 5 (14:35):
Nobody's property basically and we all share it. How do
you know all this?

Speaker 4 (14:39):
Because I really researched it, because I truly think that
the next World war could be fought over who owns
the moon or who gets certain spots on the moon.
Because there's the dark side of the moon that they
want that has more apparently has more things on it
that we can mine for so a lot of people
are trying to get to that side and set up
shop there where they can mine there. So because there's
pockets on the moon that are I guess better real

(15:01):
estate interesting essentially so better. So we'll eventually be fighting
with people over who gets to go where on the moon.

Speaker 5 (15:09):
Great, So there's different sides.

Speaker 6 (15:10):
So we have CLT, then we'll have PLT, and then
we'll have you so ltry.

Speaker 5 (15:15):
That's what's trending.

Speaker 11 (15:16):
First date follow up powered by the Advocates Injury Attorneys
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Speaker 4 (15:23):
Tank is on the phone today for a first date
follow up. He's not getting a callback from a date
he went on with Jenna. I love the fact that
his name is Tank.

Speaker 1 (15:30):
Tank.

Speaker 5 (15:31):
Is that your real name or is that a nickname?

Speaker 1 (15:34):
Yeah?

Speaker 14 (15:34):
No, Tanks my real name. My parents were in the military.

Speaker 5 (15:37):
That's cool. That is cool.

Speaker 6 (15:39):
It also could be a little intimidating just saying.

Speaker 4 (15:43):
It's all right, Well, we're about to see if we
can figure out why you're getting ghosted by Jenna and
maybe get you another date if you still want one. First,
before we get into everything, how long has it been
since you heard from her?

Speaker 14 (15:56):
It's I think it's been about week. We can come days.
Not that I'm counting to days, but I feel like
it's been about nine days.

Speaker 5 (16:02):
Yeah, okay, not that I'm counting, but exactly nine days.

Speaker 14 (16:06):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (16:07):
And in that time, how many times have you tried
to reach out to her?

Speaker 14 (16:11):
I did the thing where you wait like a couple
of days at first, and then I I it was
like about three days, and then I tried the day
after that. Then I wanted to give it another day,
and then I waited another day, and I sure, I
just haven't heard anything. I don't know what's going on.

Speaker 5 (16:24):
Tell us about your date, then, Well, first of it
was it was great.

Speaker 14 (16:27):
You know, we met on Tinder and we took it
to the next step. So we've been chatting on snapchat
for a while, like about a week, and uh, you know,
we just wanted to make you to make sure that
neither of us were crazy, and we decided to meet up,
and you know, we exchanged pics of each other and
so we could you know, not be catfish, I guess.

(16:49):
And it was great. It was really really nice. We
decided to meet up and we went to a coffee shop.
You know, first of all, when I saw it was
so great because she's more beautiful than the pictures. It
was really really beautiful. She's really nice and talkative, and
she just she kind of had everything. So I was
really really excited. Our plan was to you know, have

(17:10):
a cup of coffee, take a long walk throughout the city,
and then have dinner. And we did. We did the coffee,
but then all of a sudden, she was like, she
said she had to be back, she had to go
somewhere and come right back. And I was like, oh, okay,
we'll probably be about like ten fifteen minutes or something
like that. But I ended up waiting there for about

(17:31):
an hour and a half. What yeah, I was It
was like it was like it's like the one through
the movie. So I was just it was weird. But
then she came back after the hour and a half.

Speaker 5 (17:42):
For an hour and a half, you didn't question that.

Speaker 14 (17:45):
I kind of did. But then I was like, I
thought maybe something may have happened something, maybe she got
hurt or something. So I just wanted to you know,
who knows, you know, So I waited, and then she
came back and then we went to dinner, and the
date kind of continued. But that's the thing. The date continued,
and the dinner was good. You know, we even kids

(18:06):
at the end. It was great. So now I'm like, well,
I don't really know what happened to me.

Speaker 3 (18:13):
When she came back. Did you say anything of why
she was gone for an hour?

Speaker 5 (18:15):
And yeah, did she tell you where she was?

Speaker 14 (18:18):
I answer, and she said she said she just had
a bunch of stuff to handle and things kind of
got on top of each other. And Okay, she's kind
of apologetic about it, but you know, she she seemed
she seemed earnest, and I was just like, well, I
guess if it must have been something really personal, so
she would tell me if she really need to tell
me that straight concerned.

Speaker 8 (18:42):
A long.

Speaker 6 (18:43):
Oh, Tank, bless you. That's really nice of you to
be patient like that. I'm sure she appreciated it. But
also what I'm surprised you were there are still there.
Isn't that kind of flaggy to you?

Speaker 3 (18:53):
Tank?

Speaker 14 (18:54):
Yeah, I mean it is. I didn't feel great about it,
but I mean then she came back and, like I said,
the date, we're really good at that, okay, and everything. Okay,
I mean the absence in the middle of it is weird,
but I mean I still want to see her. I
mean that the date was great, okay, everything.

Speaker 5 (19:10):
So you want to at least give it another shot.

Speaker 14 (19:13):
I liked you. I liked you. I mean it was
weird that she took off.

Speaker 5 (19:16):
Maybe she wanted you to may it was like a game.
She wanted to see if you would leave.

Speaker 11 (19:19):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (19:19):
I don't know.

Speaker 6 (19:20):
You sound really sweet, so I don't know that you
did anything, but I guess we'll find out.

Speaker 4 (19:23):
Yea. Yeah, we'll play a song and then come back
and call her and see if she'll tell us why
she's ghosting you and maybe get you another date.

Speaker 5 (19:31):
Okay, cool, all right, play a.

Speaker 4 (19:33):
Song, come back, get your first day, follow up next.
If you're just joining us for today's first day follow up.
Tank is on the phone and he is getting ghosted
by Jenna. So we're about to call her and see
if she'll tell us why she is ghosting him and
maybe get him another date if he still wants one.
But before we call her, why don't you refresh everybody's
memory about your date with Jenna?

Speaker 14 (19:51):
All right? Cool? So Jenna on Tinder, he h upgraded
to m chatt and like kind of got to know
each other a little bit better. And then we went
out and had a coffee date where we were going
to have a nice we'll walk afterwards and then go
to dinner. And then right after the coffee, Jenna disappeared
for about hour and a half and then she came

(20:12):
back and then we resumed the date and it was great,
Like we had a really nice time and I really
want to go out with her again. But it was
kind of weird that she took off for like the
length of a movie, and I know what happened, and
I asked her and she didn't really divulge anything.

Speaker 5 (20:27):
So I was like, let's go on, Well, are you
ready for us to call her?

Speaker 1 (20:32):
Yeah?

Speaker 5 (20:33):
Yeah, yeah, Okay, here we go. Hello, him asking to Jenna. Please.

Speaker 10 (20:48):
Yeah, This's is Senna.

Speaker 4 (20:49):
Hey Jenna, how are you? My name is Jubal and
hosts a radio show that's called The Jubile Show.

Speaker 5 (20:53):
Hi, Jenna, the show's here too. I'm Nina Hi, and
I'm Victoria.

Speaker 11 (20:57):
Hi.

Speaker 10 (20:59):
Hi everyone, I'm good. How are you guys?

Speaker 5 (21:01):
Good? Do you this is the show at all?

Speaker 3 (21:04):
Yeah?

Speaker 10 (21:04):
A little bit?

Speaker 5 (21:04):
Yeah, sweet cool.

Speaker 4 (21:06):
I don't know if you listen to the first AI
follow ups at all, but that's the secondent we do
where if you're ghosting somebody, they can email us to
get you on the phone and ask why you're ghosting them.

Speaker 10 (21:14):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (21:15):
Yeah, Well we got an email from somebody about you
saying that you're ghosting them.

Speaker 5 (21:22):
Oh my god, do you know who that would be?
Maybe you want to take a shot.

Speaker 10 (21:30):
Is it Tank?

Speaker 5 (21:33):
Yes, it is Tank Boy.

Speaker 4 (21:36):
He told us about your date and he says he
cannot figure out why you're not calling him back.

Speaker 5 (21:41):
Would you mind telling us?

Speaker 10 (21:43):
Yeah? When we were on the date, I kind of
like left the table.

Speaker 13 (21:48):
For a while and I just didn't really love how
we handled it when I got back, Like, to be honest,
me leaving and coming back with a bit of test
and I even I like took that time to quickly
go like grab a little something to eat. I wouldn't
eat too much on the date itself, but.

Speaker 10 (22:08):
Like the whole point of it was to really.

Speaker 13 (22:10):
See, you know, if he would stick around or if
he'd kind of correct the behavior when I came back
and like you know, would speak up.

Speaker 10 (22:19):
And he didn't. He really just ac feel.

Speaker 13 (22:20):
Like it was no big deal, and I was kind
of disappointed. I was really hoping he would kind of,
you know, man up and and tell me that he
didn't appreciate it.

Speaker 5 (22:30):
Wait, who is this something that you do regularly?

Speaker 13 (22:34):
I mean I don't know, I would say regularly, but
you know.

Speaker 10 (22:37):
I liked him, and I just I feel.

Speaker 13 (22:39):
Like I don't have time to waste, So I just
want to see from the very beginning if like these
are people when I'm on dates, if there are people
that I should actually build something with.

Speaker 4 (22:50):
You know, So if you like somebody and you think
there's a potential long term thing, it's a red flag
for you if they don't call you out on leaving
them somewhere for a long time.

Speaker 10 (23:01):
Yeah, I mean I don't want to push over.

Speaker 4 (23:04):
Okay, I was, you know, we talked to him about
day and he told us that you left for a while,
and I said he was very patient, and I also
was joking about it. I was like, maybe she was
testing you, but you actually were interesting.

Speaker 13 (23:14):
Yeah.

Speaker 6 (23:16):
I don't know what to say to that. I mean,
I do have a lot of questions, but I'll just
leave that. Yeah there for right now. Thank you for
being honest with us. I appreciate that.

Speaker 10 (23:25):
Yeah, of course.

Speaker 4 (23:26):
Also, I don't know if you remember or not, but
the first dight follow ups, the person that want us
to call you is on the phone. So Tank is
on the phone. He's been listening to this whole time
and wants to talk to you.

Speaker 10 (23:37):
Oh my god, Hie.

Speaker 14 (23:42):
I mean, it's interesting, an interesting point of view. I
don't know. I guess if you want to mean a
man out, I understand that. But I mean my parents
are like really aggressive, so I kind of like, if
someone want to do something, I think they have the
right to do it. But I mean, I don't know.

(24:05):
I didn't want to. I didn't want to get in
your face about it. Uh, general, Like, what exactly did
you want me to do?

Speaker 10 (24:11):
I guess I just I really would have liked you
to just.

Speaker 13 (24:14):
Say something and be like even I mean, you are
such a great guy and you know, like wanting to
give me that time.

Speaker 10 (24:21):
But even if you just had been like, hey.

Speaker 13 (24:23):
Is everything cool, like you were gone a while, you
just didn't even like bring up the elephant in the room.
He just kind of actually acted like nothing really, you know,
how of the ordinary happened and we just kind of
kept going.

Speaker 5 (24:35):
About the date.

Speaker 13 (24:37):
And I don't know, that was just a little odd
to me.

Speaker 5 (24:39):
It's trying to be nice. You guys just met, yeah,
I mean, and.

Speaker 14 (24:44):
I remember being like if everything was everything okay? Is
anything all right? And you were like yeah, it's like
you kind of brush off. So I was like, oh, well,
something important must have happened. Let me not pressed, because
you know, I was making I was trying to make
a good first impression on you.

Speaker 10 (24:58):
I appreciate that.

Speaker 5 (25:00):
But he didn't pass the tank.

Speaker 10 (25:04):
Mom entirely. I don't know, I guess I guess it
did come off a little bit as like push overy
and I mean named tank like you shouldn't be movable,
I shouldn't be able to push you over. Uh you know, yes,
So yeah, it's like a like a toy, all.

Speaker 14 (25:26):
Right, well, I mean I can, I can sure you
that I can be like like a tank. I am.
Why don't we just do a second day and I'll
I'll show you what you want. I totally can.

Speaker 7 (25:39):
Wait.

Speaker 14 (25:40):
Wait wait, Jenna, you're going on the second day with me?

Speaker 10 (25:42):
That's it all right?

Speaker 1 (25:43):
Wow?

Speaker 4 (25:44):
Hello Tank, Jenna? Would you like to get to that first, sir?
Would you like to go on another date with Tank?
We'll pay for it?

Speaker 13 (25:51):
Yeah, I would after that, I would definitely go on
another date.

Speaker 7 (25:55):
Good.

Speaker 5 (25:55):
This makes me so sad. I'm just confused.

Speaker 10 (26:01):
Yeah, I mean I like that energy. If you could
keep that would be good.

Speaker 4 (26:07):
I will, okay, have fun. Well, hey, Tank, you got
another date. Congratulations, And Jenna, I can't. Maybe you know,
you guys talked about an issue you had to take
and he's going to fix that for you and become
the big firm take that you need him to be.

Speaker 14 (26:21):
Thanks good, Yeah, thanks guys, appreciate it.

Speaker 3 (26:27):
Julian's first day fallow, Good morning. Can I take your order?

Speaker 4 (26:30):
Am I gonna's tall?

Speaker 9 (26:31):
Try a large black cook?

Speaker 3 (26:34):
Large black cock? Do you mean aventy?

Speaker 7 (26:37):
No?

Speaker 12 (26:37):
I mean a large?

Speaker 11 (26:38):
She means av Yeah, it's the biggest one you've got.

Speaker 5 (26:40):
Venty is large, no vent is twenty ye, Marge is large.
In fact, col is large, and grande is Spanish for large.

Speaker 3 (26:49):
Venti's the only one that doesn't mean large. It's also
the only one that's Italian. Congratulations for stupid and three language.

Speaker 4 (26:55):
It's time for America's favorite trivia game, You versus Victoria.
Your chance to take on our own Victoria Ramirez, an
insane game of trivia to see who gets to stand
in front of the mirror tomorrow morning and say mirror,
mirror on the wall.

Speaker 5 (27:07):
Who's the smartest of them all?

Speaker 3 (27:09):
Bro y'all loock, Like you think I have time for that?

Speaker 5 (27:11):
I think you already do it.

Speaker 4 (27:14):
Also, now horrn tickets and let's meet today's contestant. Bill.

Speaker 5 (27:17):
What's up?

Speaker 2 (27:17):
Bill?

Speaker 14 (27:18):
Hey, good morning?

Speaker 5 (27:19):
How you doing great? How are you?

Speaker 14 (27:22):
I'm doing fabulous?

Speaker 2 (27:23):
Yeah?

Speaker 5 (27:23):
You ready to take on Victoria?

Speaker 11 (27:24):
So?

Speaker 15 (27:25):
Uh, you know I always root for when when I listened,
So I'm ready, okay, ready, Yeah, It's like I know.

Speaker 5 (27:32):
How well she does, but I'm not rooting for her today,
sending Victoria out of the studio.

Speaker 15 (27:37):
Bill.

Speaker 4 (27:37):
The game is played like this. You have thirty seconds
to answer as many questions as possible. If you don't
know one, just say pass and Victoria has to beat you.

Speaker 5 (27:45):
Outright to win? All right, Bill, all right, your time
starts now. Which US president is on the one dollar bill?

Speaker 15 (27:56):
That's Washington?

Speaker 5 (27:57):
What is the chemical symbol for water?

Speaker 14 (28:01):
Uh? Oh uh deal two?

Speaker 3 (28:05):
What?

Speaker 5 (28:05):
Who invented the light bulb?

Speaker 15 (28:09):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (28:09):
My god?

Speaker 14 (28:10):
Uh past?

Speaker 5 (28:12):
What is the tallest mammal on earth?

Speaker 14 (28:16):
The giraffe?

Speaker 5 (28:17):
Who was the first person to step foot on the moon?

Speaker 14 (28:23):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (28:23):
Neil Armstrong?

Speaker 5 (28:24):
All right, time is up.

Speaker 4 (28:25):
We'll bring Victoria back in the studio, so while she's
getting settled, Bill, what is something that you would like
the world to know about you today?

Speaker 15 (28:33):
Do you know I am a huge horror nut really?

Speaker 14 (28:38):
Yes, horror, Yes, I love horror movies. Horrors.

Speaker 15 (28:41):
The bloodier the better.

Speaker 5 (28:44):
You don't sound like a guy who likes the bloodier
the better to me at all?

Speaker 15 (28:49):
Well, Well, yeah, I'm going to fright of the thirteenth
fan film that's on YouTube. It's called Vengeance two Bloodlines.

Speaker 4 (28:55):
Oh who wow, okay who check it out. If you're
a fan of horror, you made it.

Speaker 11 (29:00):
Uh?

Speaker 15 (29:01):
Well, we shot are in Woodenville. Has a whole bunch
of fight at thirteen Part six, eln It. Richie Ramone,
the drummer for the Ramones, is in it. Camera Glenn
from Halloween five is in it. Jason Brooks plays Jason. T. J.
Graham plays his father.

Speaker 4 (29:13):
Cool, sweet, sounds fun, awesome. We'll make sure we check
it out. All right, Victoria is back in the studio.
You ready, I think?

Speaker 13 (29:22):
So?

Speaker 4 (29:23):
Here we go thirty seconds to answer as many questions
as possible. If you don't know when Jessey pass and
you have to beat Bill outright to win. Also, if
you beat Bill, you might be the next victim in
his next horror movie.

Speaker 5 (29:34):
That an't. Here we go, Victoria. If people get their
start your time? Now? Which US president is on the
one dollar bill?

Speaker 3 (29:43):
Oh my mentioned Franklin?

Speaker 1 (29:45):
Oh my god?

Speaker 11 (29:45):
Wait?

Speaker 5 (29:46):
What is the Cotan?

Speaker 3 (29:47):
What is oh my god? I can't think?

Speaker 5 (29:49):
What is the chemical symbol for water?

Speaker 3 (29:51):
Age two?

Speaker 5 (29:52):
Who invented the light bulb?

Speaker 14 (29:53):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (29:54):
Edison?

Speaker 5 (29:55):
What is the small What is the tallest mammal on Earth? U?

Speaker 7 (30:00):
All?

Speaker 6 (30:00):
Is drafte or Elvin Big One? Was the first person
to step foot on the moon?

Speaker 3 (30:06):
Me when I'm strong?

Speaker 5 (30:11):
All right?

Speaker 10 (30:12):
Tom?

Speaker 5 (30:13):
I think so?

Speaker 4 (30:14):
All right, Well let's find out officially, I don't think
our normal scoreboard producer, Brat is out, so Gabby, our
social media producer, how's your score?

Speaker 5 (30:21):
All right?

Speaker 2 (30:22):
Bell got three correct and this is crazy Victoria got
all of them wrong?

Speaker 5 (30:27):
What whoa wow? Victoria the Beast today.

Speaker 3 (30:36):
Rooting for you, Victoria.

Speaker 4 (30:39):
Sorry, Bill, you didn't win, so you don't get to
stand in front of the mirror and go mirror mirror
on the wall. Who's the smartest of them all? But
you do get an out horn tickets just for playing.

Speaker 15 (30:49):
I appreciate that you do realize that it is not
mirror mirror on the wall. It's magic mirror on the wall.
That's the glitch and the matrix.

Speaker 7 (30:56):
That's that.

Speaker 5 (30:57):
Oh, that's right, it is. I read that some one
time what you did. Blowing my mind.

Speaker 4 (31:04):
It's one of those things that everybody hears it mirror mirror,
but it's not its magic mirror.

Speaker 5 (31:07):
Wait what you know? It's not all right? We're not
watch to watch that. You're messing up the day.

Speaker 14 (31:16):
Get answer you, guys.

Speaker 6 (31:19):
George Washington is on the one dollar bill. H two
O is the chemical symbol for water. Thomas and Edison
invented the light bulb. A giraffe is the tallest mammal
on Earth. Neil Armstrong is the first person.

Speaker 5 (31:31):
Who step foot on the moon.

Speaker 3 (31:32):
Oh y'all hear that, guys.

Speaker 5 (31:35):
Take you very much to play. You're so sweet, Bill,
we play you versus Victoria.

Speaker 14 (31:42):
Promise.

Speaker 5 (31:43):
Wait say that again?

Speaker 7 (31:43):
Bill?

Speaker 14 (31:44):
I said I'm gonna put her in one of my movies.

Speaker 15 (31:47):
Now I direcked also, and right, wow.

Speaker 3 (31:50):
That is so much fun.

Speaker 5 (31:51):
I want to be in a movie. Die I reach
outwee there you go.

Speaker 4 (31:58):
All right, we play you versus Victoria this same time
every single weekday morning. Remember, if you want to play Victoria,
you can always dm us at the Jubil Show. Or
you can go to the Jubilshow dot com and you
can sign up to play Victoria there. We'll play you
versus Victoria tomorrow. Congratulations.

Speaker 5 (32:12):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (32:12):
My brother just told me that his girlfriend's parents listen
to the show. So now I'm like, yeah, do you
hear that?

Speaker 1 (32:17):
Win?

Speaker 4 (32:17):
Guys, don't get used to it.

Speaker 3 (32:22):
It's time to catch a cheater.

Speaker 4 (32:26):
Only on the Jubile Show. Ashley is on the phone
today for to catch a cheater. She's been with her
boyfriend Ryan for four years, but now she thinks something
might be going on, So we'll see if we're going
to help her out. Ashley, thanks for coming on the show.
Sorry it has to be this way. What's going on?

Speaker 11 (32:40):
Yeah, I mean I honestly, I've heard this so many
times and never thought that I would come in but
hearing so. Yeah, we've been together four years, you know,
ups and down like anybody else. I mean, not what
you see on Instagram a couples, but I kind of
just feel like he's done with their relationship. So it's

(33:04):
just kind of like heavy on my heart right now.
So I just want to test it. I want to
test it. And so basically what's going on. I used
to travel a lot of work, but now I'm not,
and he's been traveling for his job. But it just
keeps kind of picking up, like he'll he'll fly off

(33:24):
somewhere for a week and then he comes home for
a couple of days, and then he leaves again. And
then when he does come home, which has been like
you know, increasing over the last couple of months, Like
when he's going away, so when he's coming home, he
always seems like he has something better to do. So

(33:45):
it's starting to be kind of it feels like he
doesn't want to be at home anymore, and I feel
like I deserve better when he's home, he's not wanting
to be inimate anymore, which is never.

Speaker 5 (33:59):
And what does he say?

Speaker 11 (34:01):
He kind of like when you come home. Now, she's
always hiding off in his office for hours. It's like
he makes a team. Like he's writing an emails, but
as soon as I walk away, his messenger notification kind
of pings over and over and over, like there's a
conversation going on, and we're always like really open with

(34:22):
each other about like, oh I'm talking about I'm talking
to Gonco Like they're so funny, and you know it's
women's intuition. You just kind of feel like he's he's
messaging with someone like we know each other's friend. We
know each other, so for me, like we're really good
friends with each other, you know, like I care about

(34:42):
him and so I did comport him about it. You know,
I'm like, you've been going more, you haven't really been
wanting to touch me, and you're hiding away in your office.
He legit just shrugged it off. He said he has
a new assistant and he's been showing her the rope.
So that's kind of been taking a lot of time.

(35:06):
But I've seen I've seen her and I'm really not
the jealous type, but she's legit who type.

Speaker 5 (35:14):
So so you think it might actually be the assistant
that he's talking to.

Speaker 11 (35:18):
I do. It's like a horrible feeling in my stomach,
like I just I want to believe that you would
never shot on me because we're really not, like we've
talked about that in the past, like how we wouldn't
do it. I hope it's all in my head, I
really do.

Speaker 10 (35:31):
I just don't know.

Speaker 11 (35:32):
I don't know. I have a horrible feeling, so here
I am.

Speaker 6 (35:35):
I just don't like how he handled you, confronting him
about the time spent, shrugging it off and not taking
the time to make you feel better.

Speaker 5 (35:43):
It is really unsettling. I know a lot of people
do that.

Speaker 4 (35:46):
You know, it sucks because I think they think about themselves,
like how not whatever, and then it's like what you're
someone else is talking to you that you care about,
like it's about them at that moment and that's fine, yeah,
you know, like so anyway, yeah, that sucks. That was
handled all right? Well you told us what a grocery
store he's a rewards card member at.

Speaker 5 (36:04):
So we'll do the usual.

Speaker 4 (36:06):
We'll call and pretend to be from the grocery store
and say 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 he sends those
to you or to somebody else.

Speaker 10 (36:16):
Okay, Okay, I'm so nervous.

Speaker 5 (36:19):
Yeah, all right, we'll play a song comeback.

Speaker 4 (36:21):
You're to catch a theater next right in the middle
of to catch a cheater if you're just joining us.
Ashley is on the phone. She's been with her boyfriend
Ryan for four years and now she thinks that he
might be cheating. So in a second, we're going to
call him and pretend to be from the grocery store
that he's a rewards card member at, and say that
he's this month's big winner of flowers delivered to anybody
that he wants from our floral department, and we'll see

(36:42):
if he believes that first of all, and then if
he sends those flowers to.

Speaker 5 (36:45):
Ashley or to somebody else.

Speaker 4 (36:46):
But before we do that, Ashley, why don't you catch
everybody up in your situation?

Speaker 11 (36:50):
So we've been together four years. I used to travel
a bunch for work. He's the one that's traveling now.
In his time away just keeps increasing. And then when
he is home, he's been kind of avoiding me. He's been,
you know, working in his office and you know, big
red flag for me or not wanting to be intimate,

(37:10):
which no one should ever feel.

Speaker 5 (37:12):
Yeah, I've had that happen to me a lot.

Speaker 11 (37:15):
It's humiliating and like it's you know, I'm talking to
him about it, like it's not like I'm like, hey,
did you take up the trash? Like I brought it
up to him, like this is a really big deal.
I'm feeling like this and he said, nothing's going on.
But I still feel like.

Speaker 5 (37:30):
There is with his assistant too, is who you think
it is?

Speaker 11 (37:34):
Yes, a whole opposite looking of me, totally his previous
type before me.

Speaker 4 (37:41):
All Right, were you ready for us to call him?
I guess Okay, here we go. Hello, Hi, this is
Charlotte calling from I was looking for our rewards card

(38:01):
member named Ryan.

Speaker 7 (38:03):
Uh yeah, that's me Ryan.

Speaker 8 (38:05):
Hi.

Speaker 5 (38:05):
Please don't hang up. This is not a marketing phone call.

Speaker 4 (38:07):
I'm actually calling to say congratulations and thank you for
your business. Here this month's big winner.

Speaker 7 (38:13):
Okay, where did I win?

Speaker 5 (38:16):
Of the flowers?

Speaker 14 (38:18):
The flowers.

Speaker 4 (38:19):
Every single month, we choose one Rewards Card member who
gets free flowers delivered from our brand new floral apartment
to anybody that they want in the entire United States.
It's absolutely free. You've won thirty six long stem red roses,
a box of candy or chocolates, and a card to
be delivered to anybody that you want. It's actually a
three hundred and eighty two dollars value. Thank you, Yeah, congratulations,

(38:41):
thank you.

Speaker 7 (38:43):
Okay, so you'll send flowers anywhere?

Speaker 5 (38:48):
Yes?

Speaker 3 (38:50):
Okay, cool?

Speaker 11 (38:51):
Great.

Speaker 4 (38:51):
Let me let me just give it to tell you
how it works. Then I can take the information over
the phone. In a matter of minutes, I can call
you back. If you don't know who you want to
send them to right now?

Speaker 3 (39:04):
Yeah, no, no, no, we can do it on the phone.

Speaker 7 (39:07):
Okay, let's send these flowers to Dana.

Speaker 5 (39:12):
Okay, and do you want to send a card along
with this?

Speaker 2 (39:16):
Uh?

Speaker 16 (39:16):
Yeah, yeah, say something like uh, I.

Speaker 3 (39:21):
Cannot wait to hold you again.

Speaker 7 (39:24):
And the thought of your arms gives me strength.

Speaker 5 (39:30):
Okay, got that.

Speaker 4 (39:32):
And now at this point, I would like to tell
you that my name is actually Jewbel and I'm calling
from a radio show that's called the Jewbil Show, and
your girlfriend, Ashley is actually on the phone listening.

Speaker 10 (39:46):
No hold on what.

Speaker 5 (39:51):
We do, and that's what this is.

Speaker 7 (39:55):
Oh my god, Hi, Hi, you said Ashley there?

Speaker 5 (40:00):
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 11 (40:01):
Yeah, yeah, I am. You know, like I asked you
this and you told me nothing was going on. But
I can't believe it.

Speaker 10 (40:09):
I mean, I I.

Speaker 11 (40:11):
Asked you about this and you told me no, and
now it's your assistance. Like I just knew it. I
knew it, and I asked you and you denied it.
Why would you do this? But I can't believe it
that I asked you this and you did this.

Speaker 7 (40:29):
Look, it's not it's not an easy thing to say.
It's not it's not something I'm happy about. It's Look, Ashley,
I'm I'm sorry you're not happy.

Speaker 11 (40:41):
It's so disrespectful you're not happy about? Like, what are
you even thoughting about?

Speaker 10 (40:47):
It?

Speaker 11 (40:47):
Sounds like you you said you can't wait to be
in her arms again. It sounds like if you want
this to happen, you're like, what are you even thinking?

Speaker 7 (40:56):
Look, it's just it's I don't I don't know.

Speaker 16 (40:59):
It's it's it's an escape, it's a I mean, I mean,
you know, things haven't felt good with us for a
long time, and and you know, with with me traveling
more and she has to travel with me a lot,
so like it's just we have things we connect on
the lifestyle, the travel, the work, the loneliness.

Speaker 7 (41:22):
It just made sense and.

Speaker 14 (41:24):
With us sort of feeling.

Speaker 7 (41:25):
Like there was a distance outside of.

Speaker 11 (41:27):
It, I just I'm sorry, Well, it should have broken
up with me, then you should have told me, and
you should have broken up with me. And we've been
together long enough that you could have told me and
we could have broken up, and then you can do
whatever you want.

Speaker 5 (41:43):
I love her, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (41:47):
I don't know.

Speaker 7 (41:48):
I don't know if I want us to be broken up.

Speaker 11 (41:50):
I just I don't know.

Speaker 3 (41:52):
I'm just trying to figure things out.

Speaker 7 (41:54):
And it's something I just kind of fell into and.

Speaker 3 (41:57):
I should have.

Speaker 11 (41:58):
How am I just been going on.

Speaker 10 (42:01):
Like four or five months?

Speaker 11 (42:03):
WHOA I thought that this is Ligit only like two
months And I asked you so long ago, Like you're
so disrespectful to be doing that to me this long.
And I don't even know anything about her you know
what I mean, Like, you've been taking intimacy away from me,
which is so disrespectful to do to another human being.

(42:26):
But you're disrespecting my body too. Does you know that
you have a girlfriend for the song?

Speaker 14 (42:34):
Yes, of course she does.

Speaker 7 (42:35):
It didn't start off this way. I mean, I told
her about my life, she told me about her life,
her husband, all that, and then we just sort of
fell into.

Speaker 11 (42:42):
This her husband, her husband. Oh my gosh, what are
you doing her husband? She's married. You're in a relationship,
You're not like in some fantasy land. She's married.

Speaker 5 (42:55):
Wow. I'm sure her husband would like to know what
she's been doing on your business trips. Yeah.

Speaker 11 (43:02):
Now, I just feel like I should retouch to her
husband and let him know so that he's not being
disrespected as well.

Speaker 7 (43:09):
Ash Ash, come on, come on, you're already doing this
on the radio.

Speaker 11 (43:12):
You don't look. I get.

Speaker 7 (43:15):
I get while you're there, and I and I care
about you, but I but if you're going to be
vindictive about it, you know.

Speaker 11 (43:22):
I'm done. I'm done. I'm done. I can't. I deserve
I deserve better than this. I am a good person
and I have treated them so well for four years
I've always been there for you, and I don't deserve
to be treated like this. I deserve to be loved
by a good partner and you should be humiliated by
what you've done.

Speaker 7 (43:44):
Okay, okay, okay, okay, just thank you for four years
of treating me well and one nightmare of a phone
call that you're blasting to the world.

Speaker 14 (43:53):
So I get the better that you deserve.

Speaker 5 (43:57):
And he hung up.

Speaker 4 (43:59):
Ashley, I'm I'm really sorry, so sorry, I am too.

Speaker 11 (44:03):
I mean I was in our list that would end
up this way and it did. So I just need
to go for a walk and clear my head right now.

Speaker 6 (44:11):
Yeah, I'm sure you need to do whatever you gotta do,
but just know this was a two for you did
your good deed.

Speaker 5 (44:16):
Two for one.

Speaker 3 (44:17):
Yeah, two for have the rest of the day.

Speaker 11 (44:20):
I'm gonna go on to walk in Google her husband
now that I have her last.

Speaker 10 (44:24):
Name, okay, so I can let him know.

Speaker 4 (44:29):
The Jewel shows to catch a cheater sign for Nina's
what's trending, Bill ny the Science Guy is encouraging everybody
to take Monday off.

Speaker 6 (44:38):
Well, if Bill Nye says it, I got Actually Bill
Nye is saying that that is the day of the eclipse,
and if you miss it, you're missing out on an
opportunity to change your life. This is a big one.
Is this a big one? It will happen again for
another twenty years. And that's exactly what he said, you will.
It's just a huge deal and that you don't want
to miss it. The eclipse itself is only going to
last about three minutes and eight teen seconds, but it's

(45:01):
going to be the best three minutes of eighteen seconds
of your life.

Speaker 4 (45:04):
What I tell the lady, what I'm going to say.
I've heard that before. I'm not a marathon.

Speaker 5 (45:13):
Runner, us I just sprint.

Speaker 6 (45:20):
Well, if you take Monday off, Bill and I said,
it was okay, But.

Speaker 3 (45:24):
Why on Monday because that's when the eclipses. Yeah, but
isn't it not till like night. It's during the day
where you have to make yourself your make sure what.

Speaker 5 (45:32):
Time is it? You know? I don't.

Speaker 6 (45:34):
I don't the day that night? Maybe you google the
time while I go on to the next thing. Please, Victoria,
thank you so much for being my fact checker. So
that's exciting. Meanwhile, Brunt just got a little bit more
interesting thanks to Cup of Noodles. So we love food
News and they're releasing a new ramen flavor that's called

(45:55):
Everything Bagel with cream Cheese.

Speaker 5 (45:57):
Oh that sounds good, honestly, I think it does too.

Speaker 4 (46:01):
Bagel basically that sounds disgusting, right, It sounds sounds great,
like if you really jazzed it up to and put
it in a bowl too, get out of the cup
and like slice the egg on top and all of
that stuff.

Speaker 5 (46:10):
That sounds like brunch. That sounds really good.

Speaker 3 (46:13):
That sounds disgusting. We're talking about everything bagel. Seasoning goes
amazing on everything, not on noodles with like ramen. You
don't know that because have you had it before?

Speaker 5 (46:21):
Yes?

Speaker 4 (46:22):
No you haven't. I thought you were legit. The way
you looked there looked really serious. I was like when
I mean, oh, why would you decide to do that?

Speaker 3 (46:30):
I probably have done something like that, like very intoxicated.
But you kind of put like a lot of food
together and cool.

Speaker 6 (46:36):
Did you find out the time of the eclipse? Yes,
will be entering the US the US through Texas.

Speaker 3 (46:41):
The solar eclips will begin it's partial eclipse phase around
twelve to twenty PM and cdt Okay in Dallas.

Speaker 5 (46:48):
So it will be during the day, Okay.

Speaker 6 (46:49):
Yeah, so take the day off, go see the eclipse
and the clips party and then yeah, actually people are
throwing eclipse party. We're just throwing a clipse party. We're
not in the line of totality. But so, I mean,
we can't even see it.

Speaker 5 (47:02):
No, you can see it.

Speaker 6 (47:03):
NASA again is doing a live stream, so if you
can't actually see it physically, it's still worth watching.

Speaker 3 (47:07):
I think on NASA you might as well to catch
it on TikTok or YouTube later.

Speaker 6 (47:11):
Okay, or you can do that too, hooopoo on everything
I say right now. I think everybody's gonna like this though,
because there's a new study coming out of the Medical
University of Vienna that's helping us keep our men performing well.
And what she gotta do is get them mount into
the garden. Apparently, according to science, thirty minutes in the

(47:33):
garden is very masculating for men, Like it really gets
their juices flowing, like they feel really manly after gardening
for thirty minutes, and so it helps them perform better.
Interesting spring has sprung.

Speaker 5 (47:44):
I like that. I like gardening.

Speaker 4 (47:47):
The other day, I was like thinking about place to
set up a little garden, so I could do gardening.

Speaker 5 (47:50):
It's fun.

Speaker 4 (47:51):
Yeah, I like flowers and stuff that pretty. See you,
but I've never it's never made me. I like, I've
never been gardening and been.

Speaker 5 (47:57):
Like, you know what else I would like to do
right now? You don't know. Maybe it's true. It works
all fired up, right, Hey, babes, can you pull some weeds?
Come on back in because we'll fix it up.

Speaker 6 (48:11):
I gotta go right now because I have more jokes
than you don't want to hear that move goodness.

Speaker 5 (48:14):
They got this three pron cultivator and this soil. Yeh,
that's what's trending jewbles.

Speaker 3 (48:27):
Dirty little secret?

Speaker 5 (48:28):
Hello, hey, hey, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 14 (48:32):
I do?

Speaker 8 (48:33):
I do?

Speaker 5 (48:34):
Sweet? What is it?

Speaker 7 (48:36):
Okay?

Speaker 12 (48:36):
So my dirty little secret is I'm engaged right now.

Speaker 5 (48:41):
Gods, thank you.

Speaker 12 (48:44):
But my fiance does not know that.

Speaker 14 (48:48):
I actually left another.

Speaker 9 (48:50):
Woman to be with her.

Speaker 12 (48:52):
Oh, I'm feel so bad, But I don't feel bad
because I know I made the right decision.

Speaker 6 (49:00):
She not know. Because when you're good at what you do,
you're good at what you Oh, so we was there
over is their overlap?

Speaker 5 (49:08):
Is that?

Speaker 4 (49:08):
Why?

Speaker 14 (49:09):
No?

Speaker 12 (49:10):
There was no overlap. So what happened was I met
my fiance probably like over a year ago, and you
never have to have that first time. I flag here
or there. So I met up with this one other tick,
started dealing with her things, went left what.

Speaker 9 (49:29):
I should have never left the first one.

Speaker 11 (49:31):
Let me dof you, loup and what's going on?

Speaker 12 (49:35):
And yeah, like yeah, I don't know why we stopped
talking in the first place.

Speaker 9 (49:40):
Yatta, And now we're engaged.

Speaker 5 (49:42):
Well, congratulations, congrats.

Speaker 3 (49:44):
Wait, so I just want to you start with the
first one. Then you went to the second one because
the first one there was like something going on, and
then you have the second one wasn't going great, so
then we went back to the first one.

Speaker 6 (49:52):
That sounds really bad the way I put it, but
I just like, sometimes you have to do that. You
don't know as you don't know what you have until
it's gone.

Speaker 11 (49:58):
Ooh ooh.

Speaker 14 (49:59):
Yeah, so I came back.

Speaker 12 (50:01):
Thank you, Thank you.

Speaker 5 (50:02):
Guys, yea, thank you for telling us your little secret.

Speaker 4 (50:05):
All right, right bye, hello, Hi, Hi, you have a
dirty little secret.

Speaker 5 (50:10):
I do. Sweet.

Speaker 8 (50:13):
So I've been married to my husband for about four years,
and my dirty little secret is every time he gets
me off, I like to sabotage his.

Speaker 5 (50:23):
Meal, sabotage his meals.

Speaker 1 (50:27):
Yes, we.

Speaker 2 (50:30):
Always have our ups and downs, and you know there
are times where we're in good moods and times and.

Speaker 3 (50:35):
We're in bad moods.

Speaker 2 (50:36):
And well, whenever he kisses me off, I whenever I'm
picking and he's got his face glued to the TV, I.

Speaker 9 (50:43):
Literally like to either like chop some of his food
on the.

Speaker 2 (50:48):
And I like picked all a little bit and like
put it back off the slate. Whenever I'm serving him
and I just smile and just act like everything's good.

Speaker 14 (51:00):
And then whatever he's.

Speaker 2 (51:02):
Serving his food, he's all happy and everything, and I'm like, here, you.

Speaker 11 (51:05):
Go, have a wonderful meal, honey.

Speaker 5 (51:07):
It's just a little things. Huh. Whatever keeps your marriage intact,
you know.

Speaker 2 (51:14):
I mean there'd be little pits of step in there,
and I would just hide it with all his other
food and he.

Speaker 9 (51:19):
Would never notice at all.

Speaker 4 (51:21):
That's hilarious. Well, thank you for telling us your dirty
little secret.

Speaker 9 (51:25):
Thank you.

Speaker 5 (51:26):
I have a good one.

Speaker 11 (51:27):
Bye bye.

Speaker 3 (51:30):
What's your dirty little secret
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