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Speaker 1 (00:00):
It just occurred to me that Millie Bobby Brown, who
was engaged to John bon Jovi's son, Jake bon Jovi,
has the opportunity to do one of the funniest and
coolest things of all time, which is when they get married,
she can hyphen her name and become Millie Bobby Brown
bon Jovi, Millie Bobby Brown bon Jovi, Nillie Bobby Brown

(00:23):
bon Jovi.

Speaker 2 (00:23):
Sally sells Seashells by the Seashore.

Speaker 3 (00:25):
Who I've never been more jealous of.

Speaker 4 (00:27):
A person, Millie Bobby Brown bon Jovi. That's kind of
hard to say, Heley Bobby Brown bon Jovi. It's a
jewel show. And what is the worst thing you could
say to a woman? Well, a thread is going viral
on Reddit asking people what's the worst thing a man
can say to a woman. So we'll go over that
right now. See if you agree or disagree. Also call
us up eight to eight three four three on a
six one text in four one a six one. Have

(00:48):
you ever said anything really dumb to a woman, Let's
just be honest.

Speaker 5 (00:52):
And second that you've said that, how many of you
felt triggered? Because right away I had that line go
straight in my head and was triggered.

Speaker 4 (00:59):
Really, I insidly thought of the girlfriend that I had
who was trying to lose weight and asked me to
help keep her accountable. And decided to make cookies at
like midnight one night, and she had a cookie and
then she was going back for more, and I said,
do you really need another cookie? Her head started spinning

(01:20):
around what it was scary? I was like, when you
you said to keep you account and it didn't matter.
I should have kept my mouth shut. According to this
Reddit thread, here are some of the worst things that
you can say to a woman. I didn't know you
were smart?

Speaker 6 (01:39):
Okay, well I knew you were dumb, sir, So what
did you want me to say to that?

Speaker 4 (01:43):
I mean, I think it's a terrible thing you could
say to anybody. I think so too, But yeah, I
especially a woman if fits in a business setting too,
because I feel bad for a lot of women in
business settings, especially very attractive women. As soon as they
walk in the room, A lot of dudes are ignorant.
They're like, she's dumb because she whoa she actually has
information in her head. That's crazy. You look at them

(02:05):
and you go, wait, are you not if you say
something like that. No. Yeah, there's a Reddit thread going
viral asking people what's the most terrible thing you can
say to a woman. I agree with this one. I maybe,
like I would say eight years ago, stopped saying this ever. Okay,

(02:25):
so you've done this, Yeah, calm down. Yeah, I just rely,
especially when they're angry. I'm really glad you've learned that.
I did learned. It took me a while.

Speaker 5 (02:35):
Honestly, that's all women, not even the women that you're dating,
because if you told me you're a Victoria in the
studio to calm down, that would be an issue.

Speaker 4 (02:41):
Just calm down, I say, that makes peet more mad.

Speaker 6 (02:46):
Like, I don't know why people think when you're heated,
calm down. Why would that make me calm down? The
last thing I want you to say.

Speaker 4 (02:52):
If you want to see someone sad, blow right off
their shoulders, tell them to calm down when they're upset.
Here's another thing that they say is a terrible thing
to say to a woman. You're not like other girls. Okay,
why is this terrible to say? I just I really
want to know that because I hear it a lot.

Speaker 6 (03:07):
I heard there was another meeting for it like guys
sometimes think of it as they don't like women. But
you seemed slightly tolerable.

Speaker 4 (03:13):
Right, Oh, like most chicks are dumb. You're not like
other chicks though, you're kind of smart. Yeah, like I
can tolerate you, or I can like that's how okay? Well,
now I know that I should be very offended when
people tell me that another thing they say is a
terrible thing you can say to a woman. Hey, girl,
I'm a feminist. Is that a terrible thing to say?

Speaker 5 (03:35):
I think it's just laughable. Yeah, because it's like you
don't have to say it, just do it. Yeah, be
about it.

Speaker 4 (03:41):
Right, because you can probably tell if a guy's a feminist.
Are another thing they say is a terrible thing to
say to a woman. Oh please? Of course you love shopping?

Speaker 6 (03:51):
Okay, Well, first of all, girls and guys both love shopping.
You're telling me if you were giving like a three
hundred bucks, you want to go shopping, like for something anything.
It could be for a mop, a vacuum closed.

Speaker 4 (04:02):
You would say that, Oh it's your chick. Next be like, okay,
calm down. Yeah, it's like and what give me more money?
Going over a Reddit thread that ask people what's the
most terrible thing you can say to a woman? That's
pretty good for a woman? Do people still say that?

Speaker 5 (04:21):
Really?

Speaker 4 (04:21):
I think they do. I think they do. I think
meatheads at the gym do it all the time. I've
seen so many dudes at the gym trying to talk
to a girl and it is so cringey, and I'm
offended for them. I want to walk up and be like,
I want to walk up and smack them.

Speaker 5 (04:35):
For them, he should be the vigilante. I've actually heard
around and smack a guy. A guy walk up to
a girl before and go, Wow, that's really good. Who
tell you lift all those heavy weights?

Speaker 4 (04:45):
Stop?

Speaker 7 (04:45):
Wait?

Speaker 4 (04:46):
Serious?

Speaker 1 (04:46):
Yes?

Speaker 4 (04:47):
What did you do to just laugh?

Speaker 8 (04:49):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (04:49):
I was like I just was like what And then
she kept talking to him too, and I was like,
that actually worked? Was he cute?

Speaker 7 (04:57):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (04:57):
I mean I don't he must have been. Must have been,
he must have been, And don't really get a good
look at him. Another thing they say is a terrible
thing to say to a woman. According to this list,
all my exes are crazy. That's a big red flag, sir.

Speaker 6 (05:12):
There is one common denominator in that scenario, and it's you.

Speaker 4 (05:15):
It's a big red flag with anybody who says that
every single ex of theirs is a crazy person. Absolutely. Also, Look,
I've had some very very very bad relationships. Okay, but
I was raised by a narcissist, So throughout my life
I've attracted those people and been attracted to those people.
I've since learned my lesson and I'm not anymore, thankfully,

(05:36):
But some very toxic relationships, and even when I speak
about them, I just say they were broken, and not
all of them. I've had good relationships too. I've had
a couple of good relationships, So but I don't go
every single one of them are crazy. Well, that's good
to use a filter. Yeah, so you should watch out
for that no matter what. But yes, if someone says
all my exes are crazy, that usually means that they're

(05:57):
a crazy one. There's a list going viral to asking
people what's the most terrible thing you can say to
a woman. I think you're just projecting, you know, it's
anyone ever told you that?

Speaker 5 (06:08):
No, really, I think people have to know better at
that point, Like, that's like telling me to calm down.

Speaker 4 (06:13):
It's the same thing, don't try it. Another thing they
say is a terrible thing to say to a woman,
how are you still single? That I hear a lot.
I feel that like that's offensive. Well, now I turn
around and go because I'm crazy, because I'm freaking enough.

Speaker 9 (06:29):
It's another jubile phone frame Today, Mornings on the twenties.

Speaker 4 (06:39):
Hello, Hi, my name is Trevor. Is this grand Yeah? Hi,
Hi Grant.

Speaker 10 (06:44):
My name is Trevor, and I'm one of the painters
who's working in your house right now, and I needed
to call and ask you a question about some furniture
real quick.

Speaker 3 (06:52):
Oh yeah, if you need to move anything, you can
just move it around. We should have some tarts in
the garage. You also need more.

Speaker 10 (06:59):
Well, Like I wanted to specifically ask, like about your couch.

Speaker 3 (07:05):
What's up?

Speaker 10 (07:06):
Yeah, I noticed it. I like furniture too, and so
I saw your couch and it was really nice. So like,
what are we talking?

Speaker 11 (07:14):
Like?

Speaker 4 (07:14):
How much?

Speaker 3 (07:15):
Was it a couple of thousand dollars? What are you
asking about?

Speaker 10 (07:23):
So like, let's just play a game and say, like
if somehow that couch was like ruined, would you want
like full reimbursement for that or are you saying.

Speaker 3 (07:34):
That my couch is ruined? Paying?

Speaker 6 (07:37):
Well?

Speaker 10 (07:38):
Right, I guess It depends how you look at things.
So I'll just tell you. So we were painting. We
were painting your house and then we did one coat
and me and Randy my the other guy who's painting
with me, we were just waiting for the paint to dry.
And we brought our samurai swords with us today and
like sometimes when we watch paint dry, we have battles.
So we're having a bottle. You know how that goes?

Speaker 12 (08:00):
Why?

Speaker 3 (08:01):
No, I I don't know how that goes. You having
a Samurai battle. Yeah, I've never had a Samurai battle.

Speaker 10 (08:07):
Ound have you ever had a Samurai battle? So they're
super fun. Like I don't know if you have a
Samurai sword or not, but like if you don't, I highly.

Speaker 3 (08:17):
Samurai sword, Trevor, what happened to my pouch?

Speaker 1 (08:20):
Man?

Speaker 10 (08:20):
Okay, come on, So I was pretty much winning in
the battle, Like, so I was probably I was fighting
fiercer than I probably ever have on the battlefield.

Speaker 3 (08:29):
Oh my god, that's awesome. What happened to the pouch, Trevor?

Speaker 10 (08:33):
So, like I swung my sword and it's like super sharp,
and I sort of cut your couch like in half.

Speaker 7 (08:43):
In half?

Speaker 4 (08:44):
Yeah, Like, well, I hit it.

Speaker 10 (08:46):
One time and I didn't notice, and then Randy moved
out of the way and I hit it again and
by the time it was done, Like I it's pretty
much in half right now, So like in.

Speaker 3 (08:55):
Half, you've cut my couch and with a Samurai sword?
Is that what you're telling me right now?

Speaker 4 (08:59):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (09:01):
Who's the supervisor? There is Dave?

Speaker 13 (09:02):
There?

Speaker 6 (09:03):
Is?

Speaker 8 (09:03):
He?

Speaker 3 (09:03):
Is he there?

Speaker 12 (09:04):
No?

Speaker 10 (09:04):
He's not here right now. So I was hoping maybe
you and I could work this out before he gets back.

Speaker 3 (09:11):
So like, work your out, Okay, Trevor. Do you have
ten thousand dollars?

Speaker 10 (09:16):
So that's kind of the issue when you said it
was expensive. But I am a soldier of honor, so
samurais are very honorable.

Speaker 8 (09:23):
So you're not.

Speaker 3 (09:24):
You're not a soldier of honor. You're a house painter
and that's what you're supposed to do. That's why you
were there.

Speaker 4 (09:30):
Correct, Yes, that's correct.

Speaker 3 (09:32):
But all right, you know, I'm just gonna call Dave.
I'm gonna get in touch with Dave right now and
I'm going to do the bottom and is Trevor, I
need to get in my house.

Speaker 14 (09:40):
Okay. I don't want to see you there.

Speaker 3 (09:41):
I don't want to see you and you what was
what was his name? Did you know the guy's name
you were fighting? Samurai sword Randy? Yeah, yeah, Trevor, Randy.
You guys are not going to be working for him anymore.
I'm gonna call Dave right now.

Speaker 10 (09:52):
Okay, if you could not call my boss, I would
really appreciate that, and keep in mind night a samurai.

Speaker 3 (09:58):
So, yeah, I'm sorry. Are you threatening to attack me,
Trevor like a samurai?

Speaker 4 (10:04):
You're not a samurai?

Speaker 3 (10:05):
Okay, I will come over there. I'm gonna smack the
sword out of your hands, and I'm gonna punch you
in the face. Okay, I'm not couch. Can't cut me
in half. All right, I'm coming for you, Trevor. All right,
I'm leaving work right now. Okay, Trevor, I will be
there in ten minutes. If you're not in my house,
get ready for a battle. Okay.

Speaker 4 (10:22):
Well, then I'll let you know that this is actually
Dubil from the Jubil Show doing a phone brank on
you and your wife Tabith to set you up. What
it's a joke. She said that you had some painters
in your house and she wanted to mess with you.

Speaker 3 (10:35):
Yeah, you're saying, there's a saint my couch. Our couch
is not cutting half by some person, not that I
know the sword. Oh thank god, I was, you know,
I was picturing these two idiots like in my living
room swinging around samurai swords. I was like, I should
have known.

Speaker 12 (10:53):
Oh God, wake up every morning with doubile phone branks.

Speaker 4 (10:58):
Time Vernina's what's trending.

Speaker 5 (11:00):
So Jennifer Lopez just quietly changed the name of her tour.
What there's a good chance you didn't know that she
was going on tour because sales were suffering or you
just didn't want to go, which is interesting. But Jennifer
Lopez's tour originally was called This is Me Now, but
she was trying to sell out arenas and that's always
kind of ambitious, but if you've done it before, you
think you can do it again. So now she's gone

(11:22):
back in and it's changed to this is Me Live
the Greatest Hits to hope that that will boost So,
I mean, because who doesn't want to go see her
do all the old stuff?

Speaker 4 (11:33):
Yeah, so all her greatest hits? Mm hm, that's what's
happening here. Buy tickets.

Speaker 5 (11:38):
No, but that didn't effect. But I do love her
greatest hit and I do love j Lo, so I'm
not trying to hate.

Speaker 4 (11:48):
I just you know.

Speaker 5 (11:48):
Anyway, So New York inmates are suing to be allowed
to watch the eclipse. WHOA, The amount of news that
is coming out because of this eclipse is kind of
mind blowing. But again, it's on the eighth if you
didn't know, and you're really anxious to see it. But
New York is putting their prison on lockdown on Monday
because of the eclipse, and now they're being sued for
it because a group of six inmates are claiming that

(12:10):
it violates inmates constitutional rights to practice their faiths by
taking part in a religiously significant event. So I don't know,
you can sue people, Andreil. I guess I feel like
you can sue people anywhere. Yeah, I watched a lot
of suits. Oh my god, you can sue people anywhere.
But yeah, they're claiming that it has to do with

(12:31):
the religious practice for each one of them, even though
they all practice something different, but it's important for them
to witness this.

Speaker 4 (12:36):
That's cool. It would be interesting to see if they
get allowed to after all of that.

Speaker 6 (12:40):
But I mean, I feel like they it would if
you're gonna sue, you'll drop the suit if we.

Speaker 4 (12:45):
Let you watch the eclipse. I'd be scared if I
was in prison during the eclipse. Why, Well, because I'm
not exactly a big intimidating dude. You feel like they
would hold me down and hold my eyes open and
make me look at it.

Speaker 6 (13:00):
But I mean the tattoos will get you a little
bit far, a little further.

Speaker 4 (13:04):
I still feel like I would be held down in
the prison yard made to look at the eclipse.

Speaker 15 (13:07):
What do you call that?

Speaker 4 (13:08):
It's like Sorely's on craft. It's called like a I E.
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (13:14):
It's not a cute name, but I wanted to have one. Also,
don't do that to people. Don't do that good, Okay, I.

Speaker 4 (13:21):
Do want to look at the eclipse bare eye, though
I know you can't raw dog it. I do not
recommend it. Don't do that. It can damnage your eyes. Yes,
I thought he was.

Speaker 16 (13:34):
One of.

Speaker 4 (13:36):
Ruin your eyes. I don't think it can actually how
because it's burn like it basically burns your eyes. Yeah,
I want to try it, though, I want to see
if I can beat the sun.

Speaker 5 (13:46):
Please use protection, so if you love Gray's Anatomy, Please
know that they just broke. Oh, I guess they've made history.
I shouldn't they broke They made history. So because they
just were renewed for historic twenty first season.

Speaker 6 (14:00):
The new interns this like the last two seasons or
whatever when they came in season twenty, make it feel
like it's season one again.

Speaker 4 (14:06):
That show has been on forever. Yeah, twenty one season.
That's being real.

Speaker 5 (14:10):
It's the longest running medical series ever of all times.
That's why it's made history.

Speaker 4 (14:14):
Wow, that's crazy.

Speaker 5 (14:15):
Yeah, man, Gray's Anatomy fans, Woo, that's what's trending. Usually
I do like Rais Anatomy.

Speaker 4 (14:19):
But it's time to catch a cheater. Only on the
Jubile Show. Maya is on the phone today for to
catch a cheater, and she thinks that her husband of
one year, Eddie, might already be messing around. So talk
to right now and see if he is. Hopefully not.
But Maya, thank you for your email. Thanks for coming
on the show to do this. Tell us what's going on?

Speaker 12 (14:40):
Yeah, I believe that is cheating. I mean, he's always
in a weirdly good mood and has been like very
much extra happy lately has been bringing me flowers and
then asking if I want to go out to dinner
and then really complimentary.

Speaker 4 (14:56):
Okay, those are good things.

Speaker 8 (14:57):
Yeah, yeah, well they are good things that they are
not normal anything, like I mean, we've been.

Speaker 12 (15:03):
Together before we got married, for years and I.

Speaker 8 (15:06):
Know how he rolls, and suddenly this is like when
we first.

Speaker 12 (15:10):
Started dating, and my spidy senses are saying that he's
up to something.

Speaker 8 (15:15):
I mean, like maybe he's over compensating.

Speaker 15 (15:18):
Because he feels guilty.

Speaker 4 (15:19):
That's what I was gonna ask you, do you think
it's guilt?

Speaker 12 (15:22):
I do, I honestly do, because he didn't treat me
this nice, well except for the first month that we
started dating. And then you know, things kind of just
become more normal and it's like.

Speaker 14 (15:33):
Hey, let's just watch the Netflix and go to bed.

Speaker 8 (15:35):
Like we're normal people instead of like first date.

Speaker 12 (15:38):
But he's acting like he's on a first date with me,
but not with me, and it's just weird.

Speaker 5 (15:44):
Is there anything else that kind of validates your spidy sense,
Like I'm sure you've been looking for stass right.

Speaker 8 (15:50):
So he signed up for a gym membership and has
been spending a lot of time.

Speaker 7 (15:55):
In the shower.

Speaker 12 (15:56):
And also he's been taking his phone in with him.
Before he's always been like, we're going to keep electronics
out of the bathroom because it gets humid, and so
now he's like in there.

Speaker 4 (16:06):
With his phone. I mean, if you always went into
the bathroom with his phone and to shower, that's fine
mm hm, because that's something he always did. But if
it's new. Whenever the phone habits change, that is always
a sign because it's that one spot. It's like the
only time you get your alone time. Yeah.

Speaker 12 (16:24):
Yeah, And he's been like weirdly protective of it.

Speaker 14 (16:27):
So if it like rings or whatever, he's just.

Speaker 12 (16:29):
Like, I got it, hold on, and then he like
goes into the bathroom.

Speaker 14 (16:32):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (16:32):
People who are protective of the phone, they're hard to trust.
Or when they start putting the phone with the screen
down when they never put it that way before.

Speaker 8 (16:40):
Oh yes, exactly.

Speaker 13 (16:43):
Yes.

Speaker 4 (16:44):
So when they walk away, you flip the phone over and.

Speaker 8 (16:46):
You look at this, except he's been taking it to
the bathroom. I know I would do that, except he's
been taking it with him everywhere.

Speaker 4 (16:53):
You maybe he's checking out his body.

Speaker 8 (16:56):
I wish he'd do any cool stuff like that.

Speaker 5 (16:58):
Well, maybe it really is so like he's been going
to the gym. Maybe that's been making him feel better.
Maybe he does go take pictures of himself for before
and after. Maybe he's just feeling himself a little too
much and it is embarrassed by it, Like people, don't
you take more pictures of yourself since you've been working
out every single morning?

Speaker 4 (17:14):
Yeah, I mean I fill my workouts every day. I
do it because I look at it, and then I
look at the form or check yourself out. Yeah. Whenever
I tell you that, they're like yeah, right, and like
I do. But then also I might want to post it,
you know, because I like to post my workout stuff.
And then also why not check yourself off from time
to time and be like, hey, I'm seeing results. So
maybe that could be it.

Speaker 11 (17:34):
Yeah, there's no way he's recording himself at the little
rinkating gym he signed up for good. I really think
he could get off the scaremaster not having a heart attack.

Speaker 4 (17:45):
Okay, Maya is not having him. Yeah, and have you
ever suspected him of cheating before?

Speaker 8 (17:51):
No?

Speaker 4 (17:52):
No, Okay, I'm sorry that you're going through this. It's
been driving me crazy and people come to us as
a last resort. I know that like they have no
other they feel like they don't have another option. So
we'll try to catch him. You already told us what
a grocery store you guys are rewards card member at,
so we'll pretend to be from there, call him and
tell him that. Every single month, we choose one rewards
card member at random who gets free flowers delivered from

(18:14):
our beautiful, new and improved floral apartment that does delivery.
Now and see if he believes that, and then who
he sends the flowers to. Okay, if he sends it
to you or someone else, Okay, all right, we'll play
a song. Come back and get your To Catch a
Theater next if you're just joining us for today's To
Catch a Teater. Maya is on the phone and she
suspects that her husband of a year might be cheating

(18:34):
on her. And before we give him a call and
try to catch him, Maya, why don't you tell everybody
what's going on? Refresh everybody's memory.

Speaker 12 (18:42):
Yeah, I think he's been cheating on me because he's
been in a really good mood lately of buying me
things and flowers and kind of like almost apologetically taking
me out to dinner.

Speaker 8 (18:51):
I think he's covering.

Speaker 4 (18:52):
Yeah, I didn't ask you this in the first part.
Is there anybody that you suspect that he is cheating with?

Speaker 9 (18:59):
No.

Speaker 12 (18:59):
I I don't know where he'd meet anybody. Honestly, he's
kind of a boring person.

Speaker 4 (19:05):
All right, cool, Well, I'm going to dial this pun
number right now. Pretend to be from the grocery store
that you guys are rewards card members at, and do
the usual say that every single month, we choose one
rewards member totally random who gets free flowers delivered from
our floral department. We'll see v Senzo, see you or
to someone else. Okay, okay, all right, here we go.

Speaker 14 (19:33):
Hello.

Speaker 4 (19:34):
Hi, is this Eddie who shops at? Yeah, this is Jordan.
I'm head of the customer service team. Callin and say congratulations,
you're this month's winner.

Speaker 3 (19:45):
Thanks.

Speaker 14 (19:47):
What did I win?

Speaker 4 (19:48):
Every single month, we choose one rewards card member at
random who gets free flowers delivered from our beautiful, brand
new floral department. We completely reimagine it and we do delivery. Now,
so you've won thirty six lungs and red roses, a
box of chocolates and it can be sent anywhere in
the United States, absolutely free, totally on us. It's our

(20:08):
way of saying thank you for shopping.

Speaker 14 (20:10):
Oh wow, you don't need my card information or anything like.

Speaker 4 (20:14):
No, I do not. If you know who you want
to send the flowers to, I can take that info
right now, in just a couple of minutes, or I
can set up a time to call you back.

Speaker 14 (20:22):
No, let's just let's do it now.

Speaker 4 (20:25):
So first I would just need the first and last
name of the person you'd like to send the flowers too.

Speaker 14 (20:30):
Okay, the first name is maya last name.

Speaker 4 (20:34):
You can put a card with this. We have cards
for all occasions. So is there something you'd like to
send a card?

Speaker 8 (20:41):
Uh?

Speaker 14 (20:42):
Yeah, let's just put just do I love you sweetheart?

Speaker 4 (20:47):
Well? Great, And then now all I need to do
is tell you that there aren't going to be any
flowers delivered at all.

Speaker 7 (20:55):
Bye bye?

Speaker 14 (20:56):
What do you mean?

Speaker 4 (20:56):
Yeah, because I need to tell you. This is actually
Jewbil from the Jewel Show. Oh Hi, I'm Nina, Hi,
I'm Viatoria, and we do a segment called to Catch
a Cheater, where if you think your significant other is cheating,
we try to see if you send flowers to somebody
other than who you should be sending flowers to. So yeah,
you're not cheating. Yeah, congratulations.

Speaker 3 (21:18):
Okay.

Speaker 4 (21:20):
Also, I want to let you know that your wife,
Maya is on the phone.

Speaker 14 (21:26):
Okay, Mayra.

Speaker 8 (21:28):
Huh.

Speaker 12 (21:29):
That's really really interesting, Eddie, because I'm surprised you didn't
decide to send those flowers that stand ruffs.

Speaker 8 (21:37):
Our neighbor across.

Speaker 12 (21:38):
The streets who've been because she told me.

Speaker 15 (21:43):
Whoa, this was your last chance to come clean and
you even lie to the radio people like.

Speaker 8 (21:49):
You didn fin me.

Speaker 15 (21:50):
But she's the only one who's been honest, even though
she's a thirty two. I cannot believe it.

Speaker 4 (21:59):
Yeah, so you already knew Maya.

Speaker 14 (22:02):
I did.

Speaker 15 (22:03):
I'm sorry. She just told me like she told me
in between me sending in the email, and I was
just hoping.

Speaker 12 (22:07):
That it wasn't true and like yeah, and I wasn't
going to put her into it until you decided to.

Speaker 15 (22:13):
Just lie on the radio as well. So yeah, the
one who was as old as his mom.

Speaker 14 (22:19):
You okay, Okay, listen, it just started.

Speaker 8 (22:27):
It's only happened twice, only twice. Well good, Well, guess
you're only going to have to clean yourself the.

Speaker 15 (22:32):
Front yard once because I'm throwing it all out there
right now.

Speaker 14 (22:38):
Seting makes me feel like I'm a better husband to you, babe, like.

Speaker 7 (22:44):
You I'm sorry.

Speaker 15 (22:46):
She makes you feel like you're a better husband to me,
your actual wife who you haven't slept decently in a
long time.

Speaker 14 (22:55):
I love you more than anything, but these moments with
like they they just make me feel more like the
husband that you deserve, Like the I feel like a superman,
Like I can do things that I feel like before
Sandra and I got together, like I couldn't do before,
Like I'm focused better at work.

Speaker 7 (23:17):
I can be.

Speaker 14 (23:18):
Attentive to you because I'm not worried about us, you know,
like in the bedroom at all, Like because I've already
gotten that urge out of the way with Sandra, and
I just feel like I can focus on things a
lot better and she I'm able to clear my head
and get that animal urge out of the way. But

(23:39):
then that way it's just us and I can be
there for both of us. And I felt like before
you didn't want to be together sometimes, Like you know,
if I.

Speaker 8 (23:47):
Do understand how having sex with someone who it's what.

Speaker 15 (23:50):
Is my age somehow makes you feel like you can
better take care of me when you haven't been doing that.
You've been apologizing because you've been feeling guilty.

Speaker 12 (23:57):
And guess what, you can marry her later if you
want to, or go start your own little polygamy.

Speaker 8 (24:02):
Since apparently you want to be doing that. How many
women do you need, Eddie?

Speaker 7 (24:06):
I don't want anybody but you.

Speaker 4 (24:08):
I love you.

Speaker 14 (24:09):
It's just there were times where we ye, I would
want your house through my bay window.

Speaker 15 (24:15):
Do you not understand how stuff that is?

Speaker 14 (24:17):
I was always just trying to, you know, like I
don't know. I was tired of fighting about wanting to
have sex. You would always kind of like throw me off,
and I just I don't.

Speaker 4 (24:29):
I don't.

Speaker 15 (24:30):
I don't, Guys, I don't understand how a woman who
drives her own golf cart to get to the mailbox.

Speaker 8 (24:35):
Just can somehow bring out any urging you can? You
disconnect him from this call because I'm tired of your.

Speaker 4 (24:44):
I just don't know about him. I'm so sorry.

Speaker 12 (24:48):
I am so pissed off right now, and that he
tried to keep lying even when you guys asked it.

Speaker 4 (24:55):
I've got to say, though you had some amazing lines.
You know you'll be you know, you'll better off. It
sounds like, yeah, I mean, you already knew what was
going on. I understand why you didn't tell us that
in the first part, And to me, it sounds like
you actually feel better knowing so that you can move
on because it sounds like you are also kind of
like over Eddie, which I think you should have been.
Based on that response.

Speaker 8 (25:16):
It does help at.

Speaker 12 (25:17):
Least knowing that it's not like I could compete with
her for attractiveness because.

Speaker 8 (25:21):
I have forty years to catch up. Oh my gosh,
hopefully I can go marry someone who likes someone my age.

Speaker 5 (25:28):
I don't know what's going on with that, but this
is definitely not a you thing. This is an Eddie thing,
and it sounds like you know that.

Speaker 4 (25:36):
I'm glad that we were able to find out for you, though,
me too.

Speaker 8 (25:39):
Looks like I'm going to have one hell of a
garage sale.

Speaker 4 (25:41):
I guess Oh score, yeah, sweet, I hear the elderly
love garage sales. Maybe you can buy some stuff.

Speaker 8 (25:53):
The jewel shows to catch a cheater?

Speaker 4 (25:56):
Can I take your order?

Speaker 16 (25:57):
I get a.

Speaker 3 (25:58):
Holize at a large Black coos large flack?

Speaker 4 (26:02):
Do you mean aventy no?

Speaker 3 (26:04):
I mean large.

Speaker 7 (26:05):
Yeah, the biggest one you've got.

Speaker 17 (26:06):
Venty is large, is twenty ny large is large. In fact,
cole is large and grande is Spanish for large. Venti's
the only one that doesn't mean large. It's also the
only one that's Italian. Congratulations for stupid and three languages.

Speaker 4 (26:22):
It's time for America's that favorite trivia game, You versus Victoria.
Your chance to take on our own Victoria Ramirez in
a game of trivia to see who gets a stand
on a busy street corner flipping a sign that says
matress sale on one side, and I'm good at trivia
games on the other. Isn't it bad that I've always
wanted to flip one of those signs? Me too? I
really have guys, I'll give you a sign yea. Also

(26:44):
Nile Horn tickets. And let's meet today's contestant, Joshua. What's up, Joshua?

Speaker 3 (26:48):
What's going on?

Speaker 4 (26:49):
Not much?

Speaker 13 (26:50):
Man?

Speaker 4 (26:50):
Do you have any experience as a sign flipper?

Speaker 3 (26:54):
I do not?

Speaker 4 (26:55):
Okay, well, any experience slipping anything? Sure, I just don't
know what that. Are you ready to take on Victoria?

Speaker 13 (27:06):
We'll do it.

Speaker 4 (27:07):
Okay, We're gonna send Victoria out of the studio and Joshua.
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 you have to beat
or Victoria has to beat you outright to win. Okay,
all right? Can I call you josh Josh is great? Okay,
all right, Joshua, here we go. Cool, your time starts.

Speaker 8 (27:32):
Now.

Speaker 4 (27:33):
Which gas do plants use for photosynthesis? Call your a thing?

Speaker 5 (27:41):
What is the process by which water vapor turns into
liquid water? Who painted the famous artwork The Persistence of Memory?

Speaker 7 (27:55):
Leonardo something?

Speaker 4 (27:57):
What is the capital city of France?

Speaker 14 (28:02):
Belgian?

Speaker 16 (28:04):
God?

Speaker 3 (28:04):
I don't know.

Speaker 4 (28:05):
One time, we'll read Victoria back into the studio. Those
are hard questions today, Josh. While Victoria gets settled. What's
something you would like the world to know about you.

Speaker 7 (28:14):
I'm a silentuige interpreter, and it's amazing.

Speaker 4 (28:17):
Oh that's cool. That is so cool. The only thing
I know how to do in silent will just call
somebody a fool? Why do the only thing you want
to do? It's the only thing I wanted to learn.
That is cool though? All right, Victoria, are you ready?

Speaker 11 (28:31):
I think so?

Speaker 4 (28:32):
Here we go thirty seconds to answer as many questions
as possible. If you don't know when, just say pass
and you have to beat Joshua outright to win. Okay,
all right, Victoria, your time try out. Hey, josh you
want to tell everyone to start, really, let's do it. Okay,
whenever you're ready.

Speaker 7 (28:50):
Okay, your time starts.

Speaker 4 (28:53):
Now, which gas do plants use for photosynthesis? Oxenden? What
is the process by which vapor turns into liquid water?

Speaker 9 (29:02):
Wait?

Speaker 4 (29:03):
Oh my god? Boiling?

Speaker 5 (29:05):
Right?

Speaker 4 (29:06):
Wait, way, way, way. You waste your time on this,
so just keep going. I can't thank you.

Speaker 5 (29:11):
The famous artwork The Persistence of Memory Michelangelo? What is
the capital city of France?

Speaker 3 (29:16):
Rome?

Speaker 5 (29:17):
Who wrote the Harry Potter series? You know the answer
that I just asked? And you just let the time
ride out?

Speaker 15 (29:27):
No, give me it.

Speaker 4 (29:29):
Time is definitely up on that. Let's see how you
guys did it? Is Our normal scoreboard producer Brad is
out today, so our social media producer Gabby has your score.
All right, So Joshua got zero? Correct, right, Joshua, that
means you won. Congratulations. No, I just couldn't, So go

(29:53):
ahead and find a mattress store. That's willing to let
you flip signs for them. And then right on one
side of it, I'm going at trivia a game too,
and you can let that sign. Also, you got Nile
Horn tickets. Congratulations.

Speaker 7 (30:06):
Awesome.

Speaker 4 (30:07):
Yeah, let's go over the answers withn't you know?

Speaker 5 (30:09):
And you know what, josh thank you for at least
making an effort. Victoria fully phoned.

Speaker 4 (30:12):
That with yeah, no, no, what I mean. I think
Victoria was trying hard. I think I think my brain
took the day off on that one.

Speaker 5 (30:22):
Okay, well, photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide. Condensation is the process
of which water turns like are into the liquid water.
Salvador Dolly painted the persistence of memory.

Speaker 4 (30:37):
She had an answer though, that was a quick answer.
Thank you Ninja turtles. That's what I thought you were
thinking when you said, Michaelangelo, I didn't even picture I
pictured a ninja turtle. How does that go with it?
I'm not answering it. What the capital city of France
is Paris?

Speaker 5 (30:51):
Yeah, I know.

Speaker 4 (30:53):
And then Harry Potter is written by JK. Rowling. You
would have got that right, you would one, Joshua, Congratulations, Yep,
you get the not Horn tickets. And how you doing
over there, Victoria, I don't. I don't think my brain's
come back to me yet. But I don't know where.
Like Homie just left for a coffee or something like

(31:15):
he really walked and said, I'll be right back. I'm
gonna take a lap. You just suck for your brain.
That's a sheet. Oh there. What's your brain's name, Victoria,
I don't know know. I picture my brain like the
inside out brain.

Speaker 6 (31:30):
We've had this conversation before you and it has a
lot of different people walking around, and the one with
the knowledge bank.

Speaker 4 (31:38):
It's still asleep. Yeah, that stressed me out. I even
go back to bed. I will play you versus Victoria
the same time tomorrow. Remember, if you want to play Victoria,
all you have to do is d m us at
the Jubil Show or go to the Jubilshow dot Com.

Speaker 9 (31:57):
First Date follow Up Howard by the Advocates Injury Attorneys
online at adol dot com.

Speaker 4 (32:04):
Zayin is on the phone today for our first Date
follow up, and he's getting ghosted by Marissa, who we
went on a date with. So in a few minutes
we're going to call her and see if she tells
us why she's ghosting him and maybe get him another date.
But first, Zayn, how long has it been since you
heard from Marissa?

Speaker 16 (32:17):
It's been about a week since I since I've texted her,
and I haven't gotten a respond.

Speaker 4 (32:22):
How many times you try to reach out to her
in the week.

Speaker 16 (32:26):
Honestly, the last thing I sent it was just asking
her if we were going to catch up again since
I messaged her or follow up. We had a we
had a couple of glasses of wine in our date
and whatnot, and I kind of made made really joke
about a wine hangover or something, and she just gave
me this like winky tongue, skin out face, So I
kind of thought it was flirty and whatnot, And I said, hey,

(32:48):
when are we going to do this again?

Speaker 7 (32:49):
And that's really been it. I haven't I don't want
to push because I kind.

Speaker 14 (32:52):
Of want to, you know what I mean?

Speaker 4 (32:54):
Yeah? Yeah, yeah no.

Speaker 5 (32:55):
That's like the worst one to get ghosted on selfies.
And then when it's like when are we gonna hang out?
Let's go backwards sane, Why don't you tell us about
the day. How did you meet Marissa?

Speaker 2 (33:06):
Oh?

Speaker 7 (33:07):
So we met work.

Speaker 16 (33:11):
We're going out and they wanted to go to a
karaoke bar, and I had a karaoke bar person. I
don't like it, for I have a musician music background
and just hearing people singing poorly just kind of racks
my brain. But I mean more to him, I want
them to have fun. I just don't need to listen
to it, you know. But I went anyway because it

(33:34):
was a group, and you know, I felt like kind
of a spoiled sport not going. So I went and
I met Marissa at the Marsa was and myself and
here we met and we actually started flirting a lot,
which was a great distraction from the bad singing, and
we chatted and chatted and just had a great time.
We ended up getting up and do a karaoke song

(33:56):
and again not a karaoke singer, but we seen something
for grief the summer eleven, but we had.

Speaker 7 (34:04):
An absolute lass and thought like about it. We finished
the night. I got her number.

Speaker 16 (34:10):
It was very friendly, but very fun, but nothing so forward,
you know, got her number. We ended up meeting up
at a wine bar and I had a really great time,
talked the entire time. We did the whole tasting menu too,
so I'm sure the wine helped. The conversation is back
and forth, a lot of great banter back and forth,
and it was like we were bouncing off of each other,

(34:31):
you know.

Speaker 7 (34:32):
So the time went really.

Speaker 16 (34:33):
Fast and just not a dull moment, you know what
I mean. And yeah, we talked literally about everything. So no,
I'm a little confused, So why what's going on?

Speaker 7 (34:43):
And how I didn't hear anything?

Speaker 4 (34:44):
I guess was there a moment at any point where
it was like this could be why?

Speaker 16 (34:50):
So yeah, during the whole conversation or during the whole
time where we're going through these wine tests and like
we're chatting and and I can drink relatively fast, but
it was obviously that she was a obviously a slow drinker,
so I was kind of helping her along so we
could get to the next palate.

Speaker 4 (35:10):
So did you tell your drinks and you chugged hers? Also?

Speaker 16 (35:13):
Well, I mean I wouldn't say chug. She would take
a ship, maybe another ship, and I'm done, and I'm oh,
let me, Oh, yeah that's nice. Isn't that Let me
take another ship of that?

Speaker 7 (35:21):
Isn't that nice? And I just kind of help her along,
you know.

Speaker 16 (35:25):
And maybe maybe that's a little really crappy, right, best
to play it as a joke, like I wasn't trying
to be at a hole about it, which I was making.
But that's the only thing I could think that maybe
she didn't take it funny.

Speaker 18 (35:39):
Yeah, that could be it. He's like this dude's just
drinking my drink. She thought you just were so thirsty. Okay,
all right, well we'll try to figure it out for you.

Speaker 4 (35:51):
Then we'll play as song come back, and then call
her and see if she'll tell us why she's ghosting
you and hopefully get to another date.

Speaker 7 (35:56):
Okay, fantastic, that'd be awesome.

Speaker 4 (35:59):
We'll plaus on come back your first day follow up
next ran in the middle of today's first Day follow up.
If you're just joining us, the sayin is on the
phone and he's getting ghosted from a date he went
on with a girl named Marissa. So we're about to
call her and see if she'll tell us why she's
ghosting him and hopefully get him another date. But first, Zay,
why don't you recap your date with Marissa?

Speaker 7 (36:18):
Sure thing, we.

Speaker 16 (36:20):
Met at karaoke bar. We got along really really well.
We even sang together, which is unheard of for me.
We went on a date. It was fantastic. I may,
outside of possibly drinking too much of her wine instead
of as well as my own, it may it was
a perfect date.

Speaker 7 (36:38):
It was fantastic. So just looking to see what happened?

Speaker 4 (36:40):
All right? You ready for us to call her?

Speaker 7 (36:42):
Yeah, let's do it.

Speaker 4 (36:43):
Okay, here we go.

Speaker 8 (36:55):
Hello, I'm I.

Speaker 4 (36:56):
As speaking to Marissa. Please.

Speaker 8 (36:58):
This is she.

Speaker 4 (36:59):
Hey Maria, So how are you? My name is Jewbell
and I host a radio show. It's called The Jewbell Show. Hi, Marissa,
the Jewbill Show is here. I'm Nina.

Speaker 3 (37:06):
Hi.

Speaker 4 (37:08):
How are you?

Speaker 8 (37:09):
I'm doing good?

Speaker 4 (37:10):
Did you listen to the show?

Speaker 12 (37:12):
I do?

Speaker 19 (37:13):
Well?

Speaker 4 (37:13):
Marissa? Have you ever heard a first date follow up before?

Speaker 7 (37:16):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (37:16):
I do listen to those? Okay, great? How would you
like to be on one?

Speaker 8 (37:22):
I honestly am not sure, but I'm here for.

Speaker 4 (37:26):
The rhy Okay, sweet? Well, we got an email about
you from a guy that you're ghosting. Do you have
any idea who that could be?

Speaker 8 (37:36):
I would imagine you're talking about Zay?

Speaker 2 (37:39):
Yes?

Speaker 4 (37:40):
Okay, correct. Zaye emailed us. I said, it's been about
a week since your date and he hasn't heard anything
from you, and he's wondering why.

Speaker 8 (37:51):
Well, after so we went on a date to a
wine bar, right, and it was a great time. I
had a good time. But then we were like we
were getting a little buzzed, and he admitted that he.

Speaker 20 (38:06):
His favorite show was vander Pump Rules and like he
loves the Bravo Network. And that to me was a
bit of an ick because I mean, I'm a theater
kid and I don't really like reality TV. I think
it cheapens television. I think it takes away from people
who are real artists. If I'm like, if I'm going

(38:27):
to watch something on TV, it's going to be meaningful.
I mean, the people that are on reality television, they're
famous for no reason. It just it sends TV.

Speaker 4 (38:36):
For me, just love that it's vander Pump Rules. For him.

Speaker 8 (38:43):
Though, it was just cringe. I just don't I don't know.
It really turned me off in a moment.

Speaker 4 (38:50):
And when you get the ick, you just get the ick.

Speaker 16 (38:52):
Yeah, you just.

Speaker 8 (38:53):
Can't get rid of it. I couldn't see him the
same after.

Speaker 4 (38:56):
That because he rules. I mean, yeah, okay, well, thank
you for telling us. I appreciate that Zain is actually
on the phone listening and wants to talk to you.
It's like a reality shows that's it.

Speaker 16 (39:17):
That's it, because I like, like, I understand that none
of what they do is really all that talented or fantastic,
but it is dumb, simple comedy to me, and it
just you don't have to think about it.

Speaker 7 (39:29):
I don't understand. Why is that, like a that's so
odd to me? Why would you not want to talk
to me?

Speaker 16 (39:34):
Because I like to cool down with a little bit
of really stupid, mindless television. I work in like really
high stress, nonsense tech industry, all that good stuff, so
I'm high ten out of the day and sometimes I
just want to turn on the TV and watch.

Speaker 7 (39:51):
Idiots the idiots and just laugh and not think. And
it's fantastic. But I mean, that's really that's why you
You ghosted me. We had such a good time and
that the uh, that's that's it. I mean, I'm seeing pathetic.

Speaker 8 (40:08):
I'm honestly garrissed. I didn't really want you to hear
what I thought, and I don't I certainly don't want
to hurt your feelings.

Speaker 14 (40:19):
But trust me, I did not hurt my feelings.

Speaker 8 (40:23):
It's just comes down to the fact that, like, you're
not the one like I don't want to pursue you.
I don't want to pursue you.

Speaker 16 (40:33):
Well, I didn't realize that the RAP network had that
much of an influence on your dating outcomes.

Speaker 7 (40:40):
But okay, I'm My feelings aren't hurt. I understand. Cool,
you don't like it, But.

Speaker 4 (40:49):
Would you like to go on another day with Zaye?
We'll pay for it.

Speaker 20 (40:52):
I really am sorry about all of this. I don't
think I'm interested. I mean, the reality TV of it
all is just not for me. I wouldn't want to
be around that for an extended period of time. And
if that's an interest of yours, that's great for.

Speaker 15 (41:07):
You, but it's not for me.

Speaker 16 (41:10):
M well, that is perfectly okay, because if it's going
to be about someone being so SNAPPI about something is
watching something on television that I think the feelings mutual.

Speaker 7 (41:24):
Now thing, We're all good, Okay.

Speaker 8 (41:26):
Great, have a nice life with all the reality TV stars.

Speaker 7 (41:30):
Have a fun time, getting a stick out your bumb.

Speaker 8 (41:37):
You will first date, follow.

Speaker 19 (41:39):
Up your ready if you do it, everyone.

Speaker 4 (41:57):
Just a little. The Bill gets kift would be from me,
and the car Detash would say thank you.

Speaker 3 (42:09):
Wow.

Speaker 4 (42:09):
Every iconic show has their wacky cast of characters, and
the Jubil Show is no different. It's the Jewbel Show
with everybody's drunk ant Nina Hi, and of course everybody's
younger sister Victoria Ramirez. That's me and the weird neighbor
kid who stops by once in a while, our digital producer,
and Gabby and then there's me. I'm Jewbel and this

(42:31):
is the Jewbel Show and let's find out what's going
on with us this week? What's up with you this week?

Speaker 11 (42:35):
Nina?

Speaker 5 (42:35):
So you know when you get used to something being
in a specific place and once it gets moved, everything's
thrown off, like at grocery stores of your house, I
mean at your house or at your office.

Speaker 4 (42:45):
So here at the radio station, we had a garbage can.

Speaker 5 (42:48):
I would sit right outside of the studio and it
became this mystery because one day we went to go
throughout the trash and it landed on the floor because
there was no trash can there. Well, then became this
big thing that was throwing everybody off and actually criite
and I knew, I knew somebody stole it from us.
So I went on a mission to rEFInd, our retrieve
our freaking garbage can, and I did today, and I

(43:10):
feel really good about it because I knew that somebody
stole it and moved in front of your studio as
I'm pointing.

Speaker 4 (43:17):
Right down the hall. Yeah, thank you for getting that back.
By the way, it's been really frustrating not having our
trash can out here.

Speaker 16 (43:22):
Yeah.

Speaker 11 (43:23):
No.

Speaker 5 (43:23):
I was looking around at my team and everybody was shook,
and I was like, you know what, lucky, thank you,
and you have to do something.

Speaker 4 (43:30):
You have to save them. I've been throwing stuff on
the floor over here on my side. You do that anyway, though, Yeah,
that's true.

Speaker 8 (43:35):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (43:36):
I give him a look every time he does that.
He's like, I'll pick it up later, and it has
nothing to do with the gash. I'll usually pick it
up later. It might be a day or two or
a week later, but I still pick it up or
a month or sometimes I come in it's just gone,
meaning someone else picked it up for me.

Speaker 5 (43:52):
Let me tell you there's a garbage can right outside
of the studio that has been named ours.

Speaker 4 (43:57):
Once again, thank you for getting that. Welcome him. I
felt really good about it. I just want to point
out when you know went to go grab that trash can.

Speaker 6 (44:06):
She was so pissed because I gave her a spoiler,
and I think that's why she actually left the room.

Speaker 4 (44:11):
What show were you talking about? All American?

Speaker 5 (44:13):
Because if you're going to tell somebody something that happens
on a show, before you do that, you need to
say spoiler alert. So then you have two options. You
plug your ears or you say shut up and walk out.
I don't know it was a spoiler for you. She
told me about a character that dies. Whoa wait, who
gives spoilers.

Speaker 4 (44:28):
I didn't say the character like you did. I didn't
say what had happened.

Speaker 5 (44:32):
So yeah, I'm mad, okay, and so I took it
out on the person that stole our trash can.

Speaker 6 (44:37):
Well, anyways, I have a question for everyone actually listening
to this. I don't know how I feel about this.
I'm messaging to guys right now. Thankfully, one of my
impraiser has like a really like job that he needs
to focus on a lot, so I haven't heard from
him like a theor too.

Speaker 4 (44:51):
Two guys like a dating thing. Yes, okay, then maybe
it was like on Slacker Team Victoria.

Speaker 6 (45:02):
So anyways, but the other one the other day sent
me a message and I said, hey, like, here's my number, like,
you can text me.

Speaker 4 (45:08):
I think he noticed that I was responding a whole lot.
He's like, you can text me or you can snapchat me.

Speaker 6 (45:13):
And I just ignored the snapchat part because whenever I
hear snapchat, I kind of think of one thing, good job.
But then last night I was texting him and he
brings it up again and he's like, hey, I think
I added you on Snapchat. So I've ignored him since then?

Speaker 4 (45:25):
What do I do?

Speaker 6 (45:26):
That's a red flag. I don't like Snapchat because I
think of one thing when I think of it.

Speaker 4 (45:30):
No, it's more than that. I think of like guys, just.

Speaker 6 (45:33):
Like you start messaging pack normal, but then eventually someone's
asking for a package back, and I'm like, why do
you go there?

Speaker 4 (45:40):
That is such a flag to me.

Speaker 5 (45:41):
If you're already trying to solicit your Snapchat before you
even get to know a person, right, he's trying to
see your little snaps.

Speaker 4 (45:47):
Okay, So what I do is just ignore him? Or
do I chat with your little snap Yeah snapchat? What
are you doing? Send him a picture of your city? No,
Nina Mimosa, Okay, you know what I used to do
to people. He has a cat. You know what I
used to do. I used to send a picture of

(46:08):
Dick Cheney. Dick Cheney's funny Cheney. He's a politician. Yeah,
he's a politician. Really yeah, but I was sending them
one of those picks. Picks that's so funny. Actually, that
would get me to laugh. Like you're gonna send it.

Speaker 5 (46:23):
You need to be creative, like with Dick Cheney, or
put a hat on it, like I want to see
that that's funny.

Speaker 4 (46:32):
I mustache on it something, do something interesting. Guys, they're
not that great to look at and dress it up
a little bit whate that's so if you have one
with a bow tie, would be like, okay, I like
that way. And the top hat cowboy hat and many
cowboy hat that's the way to do it, totally. Cowgirl

(46:57):
did not go. That's what you do, Victoria, that's what
you do. Okay, Okay, what's with you this week?

Speaker 9 (47:14):
Well this might come to a shock to you, guys,
but I feel like I really like sports, Like really yeah,
Like I'm coming to this like epiphany this week that
I feel like I like sports.

Speaker 4 (47:24):
That's not that's not a surprise. You do like snowboarding,
you golf?

Speaker 9 (47:29):
Your watching sports and I've never liked watching sports before.
But I went to my first NFL game this year,
and then I just recently went to a baseball game.

Speaker 4 (47:39):
And like the live sports. The stadiums are a live trick.

Speaker 5 (47:43):
Because I've been hearing a lot about the sports thing
we're talking about, I understand because you've.

Speaker 4 (47:49):
Never been to professional sports games until this year. Yeah,
until this year.

Speaker 9 (47:53):
I can get it because I liked watching them on TV.

Speaker 4 (47:56):
Yeah, it loses me. What sport are you going to
be the biggest fan of?

Speaker 14 (47:59):
Now?

Speaker 4 (48:00):
Baseball? Basketball, football, Hockey? I love hockey. Oh, I don't know.
All the game's gonna start showing up in jerseys.

Speaker 9 (48:11):
Really like the NFL because in the stadium they play
music like constantly, so it kind of feels like you're
out like a concert.

Speaker 4 (48:18):
Everyone's loud. Okay, so you're an NFL fan? Yeah all right?

Speaker 3 (48:21):
Sweet?

Speaker 4 (48:22):
She just love it, she says, NFL instead of football.
And what's going on with me this week? Does anybody
want to be my personal assistant?

Speaker 7 (48:32):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (48:33):
Text end of the show for if you do, I
need some help. Yeah, yeah in that way, so, uh yeah,
I'll hire anybody right now. You should make it like
a like a contest that could be fun, a contest
to be my assistant. Honestly, Jubile pays really well, it's
worth it, so yeah, and you can take advantage of me.
I trust me, I can take advantage of a lot,
so like it'll be a great job for you, Like

(48:56):
he means like buy you dinner or are you just
lying to You're doing all kinds of work. And then
you can every task rabbit I get steal something from
my house pretty much at this point. That's funny. Y
if something goes missing, I'm like, was I had a
task grab it over? I should have locked everything down.
I have the worst luck with task rabbits, which blows
my mind. Yeah, they either cancel on me or they
steal from me.

Speaker 6 (49:17):
Well, I mean, to be fair, your house is like
a playground. It's pretty easy to steal things in there.
I've thought about it.

Speaker 5 (49:26):
What would what would be on the list of like
not demands, but requirements for a personal assistant for you?

Speaker 4 (49:32):
Like what do you need them to do actually help
me organize my life? And then also try to get
into my Facebook. I still cannot get into my Facebook.
Accounts in your Facebook. I can't get in there, and
I need to Facebook account. It's been like two years.
I still I got into it once and then somehow
the password has changed and now I can't get into

(49:54):
it again. So anyway, what is the reward, because I'll
figure that out. I have no idea. I don't want
to say it because that I don't want to have
to be flagged like I was going to say a joke,
but then like people might hold me to that. It's
time for Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 5 (50:05):
So the song Jolene is viral now, as we all know,
because Beyonce covered Dolly Parton's version so good. And I
was just thinking about this because you know how we
have like Karen's in the world and all that kind
of stuff, and now we got Joelene's too. So if
you're out here stealing men, don't even try to because
Beyonce will take you down. But something that's really cool
about the song is that Beyonce gave soul songwriting credit

(50:25):
to Dolly Parton. And if you've heard Beyonce's version of Joeline,
she did change quite a bit of the lyrics, but
still decided to give soul custody to her, which makes sense.
I mean, I don't know that that was part of
the deal that they had made. But Beyonce gets credit
for being a performer and a producer, so that means
Dolly's cash and in big time on this song.

Speaker 4 (50:45):
Really yeah, I mean it's also cool.

Speaker 5 (50:48):
Though to give her credit where it's this is also
really interesting in music news.

Speaker 4 (50:53):
Are you a fan of Lincoln Park. Yes, a lot
of people are diehard Lincoln Park.

Speaker 5 (50:57):
And the hard part about Lincoln Park is, you know,
we lost Chester and he's kind of a hard person
to the lead singer of Lincoln Park who passed away.
His name was Chester and he is hard to replace.
But there is a rocker by the name of Jay
Gordon who has come out and told people that he
had heard that Lincoln Park is moving forward with a
female singer.

Speaker 16 (51:19):
So cool.

Speaker 3 (51:20):
Wow.

Speaker 5 (51:20):
I know That's why I wanted to talk about it,
because some people are just irreplaceable. But if you're going
to put a new front person in a band like
that and to go female is such a cool cool cool. Yeah,
So I'd love to see it. So if that's real, okay,
new music please, it's treasure hunting time. What are we
hunting for clothes? Thrift stuff? Oh so, if you are

(51:42):
a thrifter, which I know a lot of you are,
then now is the time to hit all of the stores.

Speaker 4 (51:47):
Because it's spring spring cleaning.

Speaker 5 (51:49):
People are getting rid of all of the things in
their house, going through their closets and putting stuff away
and donating. Really, I just dropped off like five bags
to good Will. What I just hadn't gone through my
stuff in a while, like that just was piling up.

Speaker 4 (52:01):
Dang. So but if you are out in the streets,
and I don't mean it like that, but like that
did not come out right. So thrifty time is now.
That's my point. You can get really good stuff for
a really good deal. Okay, Okay, that's what's trending. No
saves in the studio. Let's just go ahead and let

(52:23):
me to hang out. I appreciate it, Jules.

Speaker 8 (52:26):
Dirty little secret?

Speaker 4 (52:28):
Hello, Hi, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 5 (52:32):
I do?

Speaker 4 (52:33):
Sweet?

Speaker 16 (52:33):
What is it?

Speaker 12 (52:34):
So?

Speaker 3 (52:35):
Long?

Speaker 2 (52:35):
Story short? My ex best friend doesn't realize that her
great sex life with her husband is because of me.

Speaker 4 (52:41):
Oh oh girl?

Speaker 2 (52:42):
Why a little bit of backstory. I was dating a
guy that we worked together and he got a new
female best friend, who so you said, was great. So
I was like, okay, well she's so great, I'll be
your friend.

Speaker 8 (52:56):
And she was.

Speaker 2 (52:56):
She was absolutely my best friend in the whole world.
We did everything together, and apparently we were all through
doing my boyfriend together and I didn't know about it.
Oh wow, we had the boyfriend and I had been
together for three and a half years, and I found
out because we had gone to a car show she
got injured. We all stayed at his place after that

(53:18):
and they were texting while I was sleeping next to him,
thirty things back and forth. Wow wow, Oh yeah, it
gets better. So her and I we're still friends. I
tell her that, you know, I'm heartbroken, but she's my
best friend and I stay friends with her.

Speaker 7 (53:34):
Whatever. We end up going to a.

Speaker 8 (53:36):
Bar one night, we meet a guy. We both go
on a date. I have a terrible date. She has
a great date.

Speaker 2 (53:41):
Her and this guy start dating. So I tell this guy, hey,
you know, it's really not fair. I had a terrible
first date with you, like I'm kind of awesome, and
we missed out. So we started drinking one night, and
one thing led to another, and I am the polar
opposite of her in the bedroom.

Speaker 7 (53:58):
I'm wowed.

Speaker 8 (54:00):
Not so.

Speaker 2 (54:01):
She told me when she got home from her weekend
away that her boyfriend wanted her to do some really.

Speaker 7 (54:07):
Weird stuff that he's never asked for.

Speaker 2 (54:09):
Before, and she was super into it. And that's what
their sex life turned into. They're married with kids now,
so the things.

Speaker 4 (54:18):
That you like, Oh, wow, I guess you got back.

Speaker 3 (54:22):
She still has no idea.

Speaker 4 (54:24):
Wow.

Speaker 8 (54:24):
Really, yeah, it's been twelve years.

Speaker 4 (54:27):
Are you you're not friends anymore? Though? Oh god no,
oh oh you're not. Wow.

Speaker 2 (54:32):
No, But I am saving a lovely happy anniversary card
where I let her know I think her twentieth anniversary.

Speaker 7 (54:39):
I'm missing that to her.

Speaker 4 (54:40):
Wow, you play the long game. Yeah yeah, seriously. Oh yes, well,
thank you for telling us your dirty little secret.

Speaker 7 (54:49):
You're welcome.

Speaker 2 (54:49):
Have a great day, guys.

Speaker 4 (54:50):
You doo bye nice Hello. Hello, Hey you have a
dirty little secret. Yes, okay, So.

Speaker 13 (54:57):
My dier little secret is I work at a all
centers and some of the times when I put people
on hold, it's like so I can like take a
little break and like eat a lunch or Carlos.

Speaker 5 (55:10):
I've always heard that was always happening explains a lot.
Actually it's not always.

Speaker 13 (55:15):
But you know, if I'm hungry and I want to
grab like a Luna bar, you know, I'll be like, oh, yeah,
I'm gonna transfer to you.

Speaker 8 (55:21):
Hole.

Speaker 15 (55:21):
Please.

Speaker 4 (55:23):
Have you ever been caught doing that? I would they know?

Speaker 8 (55:25):
I mean, you know, they don't know why they're on hold?

Speaker 4 (55:27):
You sure, right? Yeah, unless you come back on chewing.

Speaker 8 (55:32):
I make sure all the evidence is gone.

Speaker 13 (55:34):
I swallow. I'm good at that point, and I'm like, oh, sorry,
the other apartments just had a bass up in their
hold center and blah blah blah.

Speaker 4 (55:41):
Well, thank you for telling us your dirty little secret.
And now I know exactly how angry to get when
I'm on hold. Thank you for me.

Speaker 13 (55:48):
Yeah, you're welcome.

Speaker 4 (55:50):
What's your dirty little secret,
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