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March 21, 2024 54 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
My box of cookies.

Speaker 2 (00:01):
Why are this is open? It's open? The box is open?
Why are they open? You was eating it?

Speaker 1 (00:07):
You got chocolate on your mouth.

Speaker 2 (00:09):
This is a video that's going viral of a woman
talking to a door dasher.

Speaker 1 (00:13):
You got chocolate right there in your mouth. You was
eating my cookies. You was eating though it's open.

Speaker 2 (00:20):
I'm reporting you to the door dash. He literally showed
him to the door with chocolate on his mouth. Your cookies?
What are you talking about? At first, it sounded like
a three year old night I know you my.

Speaker 1 (00:34):
Box of cookies. Why are this is open?

Speaker 2 (00:37):
It's open? The box is open?

Speaker 3 (00:39):
Why are they open?

Speaker 2 (00:40):
You was eating it?

Speaker 1 (00:41):
You got chocolate on your mouth?

Speaker 2 (00:43):
You got.

Speaker 4 (00:48):
You was eating it's open.

Speaker 2 (00:51):
I'm reporting the door dash. Maybe I just had a couple.
It's the Jewel Show. What is the most scanless thing
you've ever seen happen on the job? Call us up
eighty eight three four three one o six one texted
in four one oh six one. I asked the question
because somebody posted that question online, and of course they
got a ton of answers, and the answers are hilarious.

So we'll go over that list and also call us
through yours eight eight eight three four three one O
six one eight eight eight three four three one O
six one. What is the most scandless thing you've ever
seen happen on the job? Here are some of the
top responses. A doctor and nurse were secretly having an
affair and nobody knew until he got mauled by a
bear after a rafting trip, and the nurse was on
the rafting trip with him and saved his life. What

a way for people to find out.

Speaker 5 (01:37):
Though she's good a good job, everything was fine, it
wouldn't have been for that stupid bear. My goodness eight
eight three four six one text in four one O
six one.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
Was the most scandless thing you've seen happen at?

Speaker 4 (01:51):

Speaker 2 (01:51):
Kate Cassie At my office?

Speaker 6 (01:53):
I was working really late and I was trying to
power through, but I just kind of knocked out.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
But I to sleep.

Speaker 6 (02:00):
I woke up and it was midnight, and I'm like,
oh wow, okay, let me get out of here.

Speaker 1 (02:04):
But then I hear music and I see my boss.
I'm the owner of the company.

Speaker 6 (02:10):
He's playing like loud music at this point, and he's
got the coffee grounds from the Dave's coffee machine.

Speaker 1 (02:18):
Like he's in his underwear, he's rubbing them on his body.
What he's singing along to that song? All I do
is win when when I let.

Speaker 2 (02:32):
The straight Wait. So you were working late, you woke
up to have your stuff and go, and then you
just heard loud music and you looked and saw your
boss was rubbing the office coffee grounds on his body
and singing. All I do is when when no matter what, yep.

Speaker 1 (02:48):
I thought I was dreaming and I wanted to.

Speaker 2 (02:51):
Laugh, and at the same time, I just was like,
I gotta.

Speaker 1 (02:54):
Go before he sees me.

Speaker 2 (02:56):
I don't ever want to must be doing good. Yeah,
pholos as you win.

Speaker 6 (03:02):
Yeah, so I guess this is nightly ritual.

Speaker 7 (03:07):
It he's tightening his skin because if you rub coffee
grounds on your body, it tightens your skin, helps with
circulos it reduces the appearance of cellulite. Oh so there's
actually you're into rubbing that on your body normally in
the shower, but you know whatever.

Speaker 2 (03:20):
It also discovered your bosses on TikTok. Thanks call us
up eight and eight three four three text in four
one o six one. Imagine seeing that. Imagine walking around
the corner. Me like, is that Jim Coffee Grounds And Okay,
I'm gonna leave, Nina, what's the most scandless thing you've

seen happen at work? It was pretty wild.

Speaker 7 (03:43):
There's a trend here. I think bosses really got to
get it together. But it was a holiday party and
I walked into the bathroom and I saw two pairs
of feet underneath of a bathroom stall, and it was
like rattling a little bit. So then I leave the
restroom and I'm not that far from the door and
I look up and it's my boss with one of
the sales people.

Speaker 2 (04:00):

Speaker 7 (04:02):
He was going through a divorce, so that made it
a little bit sketchier because he wasn't really.

Speaker 2 (04:06):
It was weird. I was just like, Merry Christmas. Hey, guys,
happy Christmas. I'll be I'll leave now. Okay, we're asking
the question, what is the most scanless thing you've ever
seen happen at work? Calls up eighty eight three four
three one six When somebody asked this question on the
internet and the answers are hilarious. Another person said a
manager at a landscaping company was sleeping with the owner's wife.

Oh mans and owners are really getting it. And he
was talking dirty to her with his speakerphone on, but
his two way radio was keyed, so everybody at the
company heard him talking dirty to the owner's wife. That's
so awkward. I used to work at restaurants most of

my working life has been in the service industry before this.
And one night I was doing a sidework cleaning up.
I was the last person in there. There was a
manager and me, I thought, And then I came around
the corner in the kitchen and on the kitchen counter
was the manager in one of the servers. And they
were not doing kitchen things in there on the counter
on the counter, yeah, where they prepped the food. At

least you know what's going on in your own counters
at home. It's another jubile phone frame on the twenties.

Speaker 8 (05:30):
Dude, this is Scott.

Speaker 9 (05:31):
How can I help you today?

Speaker 2 (05:33):
I would like to lodge a complaint. That's how you
can help me. Okay, So you said your name is Scott,
Yes it is Scott. I'm very upset. My name is
Pete Eakins Pete, and I'm very upset.

Speaker 9 (05:45):
Okay, what's the problem, Pete.

Speaker 2 (05:47):
Well, I would first of all, like the employee's name.
Who is the lama at your zoo?

Speaker 9 (05:54):
I'm sorry? What was that again?

Speaker 2 (05:56):
Whoever it is that is the lama at your zoo
spat on me when I was there yesterday?

Speaker 9 (06:01):
Okay, okay, Pete.

Speaker 8 (06:02):
So are you saying an actual lama spat on you
or are you insinuating that one of our employees spat
on you?

Speaker 2 (06:09):
Whoever the employee is that plays the lama.

Speaker 8 (06:12):
Oh, okay, Pete, that is an actual lama, Pete.

Speaker 9 (06:16):
That is not somebody dressed up as a lama. That
is an actual lama at our zoo.

Speaker 2 (06:21):
You're telling me that the lama at the zoo is
an animal? Yes, Pete, I'm very confused, sir.

Speaker 8 (06:31):
Okay, I don't I don't know why you're confused, Pete.

Speaker 9 (06:33):
It's very very simple. An actual lama spit on.

Speaker 3 (06:37):
You, breathing.

Speaker 2 (06:38):
No, it didn't. I think it had a name tag.

Speaker 9 (06:42):
It did not have a name tag, none of the
Is there.

Speaker 2 (06:44):
A lama at your establishment named Charles?

Speaker 8 (06:48):
No, if you have given the lama a name, I
can't help that. But none of our lamas have name tags.

Speaker 2 (06:57):
Hang on a second, Scott, because this is all the
inform for me.

Speaker 9 (07:01):
I don't know why this is so tough for you. Pete.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
I'm just a little mind blown right now that I
thought I every zoo I've been to, I thought there
were people in costumes.

Speaker 9 (07:10):
Okay, that is just not true, Pete.

Speaker 8 (07:11):
That has never happened, is that this tree of mankind.
I don't mean to sound flippant here, Pete.

Speaker 9 (07:18):
But no zoo on Earth has ever had.

Speaker 8 (07:21):
A person dressed up as an animal.

Speaker 2 (07:24):
So you're telling me when I was there yesterday at your.

Speaker 8 (07:28):
Zoo, when you were there yesterday, it was a real
wama that spit on you.

Speaker 2 (07:32):
So you're also telling me that I'm made out with
an actual copy barra.

Speaker 9 (07:38):
Okay, you did what, Pete?

Speaker 2 (07:40):
Well, I thought that it was people in costumes, and
one of the copy borrows was getting a little nosey
with me, and I thought why not. So but now
I'm a little I'm up. I'm kind of like worried.
Should I not have made out?

Speaker 8 (07:54):
You should be worried, Pete.

Speaker 4 (07:56):
Okay, I don't know.

Speaker 8 (07:57):
I don't know what you're trying to do here, Pete,
and I don't know what point you're trying to make.

Speaker 9 (08:01):
Okay, if you.

Speaker 2 (08:03):
Kiss you just like a human just like my ex wife.

Speaker 9 (08:06):
All right, Pete, you know what I'm doing.

Speaker 8 (08:08):
Since you called in, we have your phone number, and
I'm writing your name and your phone number down.

Speaker 3 (08:13):
And since you touch the.

Speaker 8 (08:14):
Animals, you are no longer allowed in the zoo.

Speaker 2 (08:17):
I won't touch the animals.

Speaker 8 (08:20):
You kissed an animal. This is totally inappropriate. So Pete,
you are now no longer allowed at the zoo.

Speaker 2 (08:28):
I thought it was a person in a copy bar
costume trying to kiss me.

Speaker 8 (08:31):
Okay, not, that is not Pete. I'm gonna have to
hang up with you. I have other calls I have
to get to, and this is the Pete. This is
utterly ridiculous. You're being utterly ridiculous right now.

Speaker 2 (08:43):
Okay, King of utters, I thought it was a costume
on the cows.

Speaker 9 (08:48):
We do not have cows at the zoo.

Speaker 2 (08:50):
Pete, good. This is actually Dubil from The Jewel Show
doing a phone brank on you and your coworker Chris
set you up.

Speaker 9 (08:58):
He's wait, hold on, well on the radio now, Yes.

Speaker 2 (09:01):
It's a joke. He said that you guys get a
lot of weird phone calls and wanted me to mess
with it.

Speaker 8 (09:07):
We do, we do on a weird phone calls and
pie far yours. This was the weirdest I ever had
to deal with, except.

Speaker 2 (09:14):
You got a copy Bar's dealers. They might kiss pretty good.

Speaker 9 (09:19):
I wouldn't know that.

Speaker 2 (09:23):
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Speaker 10 (09:27):
All now it's time phone me what's trending?

Speaker 2 (09:32):
Thank you y'all.

Speaker 7 (09:33):
Okay, So it's not every day that you hear about
j Low getting trolled, because she didn't really get trolled
that much, but she is right now for something that
she said in her masterpiece of a movie that she
just did that this is me.

Speaker 5 (09:46):
Now, Okay, let's let's talk about this for a second,
because she did a whole musical amount of herself. It's
a movie musical about herself trolling. Please begin.

Speaker 7 (09:58):
Okay, her life is interesting and if you you've lived
a life like that, I mean, you've got some material
to work with. This is the funny part. So this
is a little clip of what she said that got
people's attention.

Speaker 11 (10:07):
Like my hair out, like this reminds me like when
I was sixteen in the Bronx, running up and down
the block and.

Speaker 1 (10:14):
Crazy little girl.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
Okay, the wild and no limits, all crazy little girls,
no limits.

Speaker 7 (10:22):
So she's sitting in the gym and she's taking her
hair down and she's just running her fingers through her
hair like she's wild, like when she was sixteen. So
people that live in the Bronx are like, come on girl.
This one in particular says real Bronx side here straight
from South Bronx. J Low, We did not run up
and down the block looking like that. And then it
continues and what block we were? Are you running up

and down? Do you have any footage of this? Do
you have any pictures of you in the Bronx, pictures
of you being a normal child in the Bronx?

Speaker 2 (10:54):
Which block, Jenny? We've been asking for years, see you
have footage of this?

Speaker 7 (11:00):
Oh man, that just was so funny to me. But
you know, j Lo, do your thing, girl, I'm goody.
So people are lining up at bakeries for a new
pastry creation.

Speaker 5 (11:09):
This one is called a cookie. What a cookie? I
guess yes, croissant and a cookie in one.

Speaker 7 (11:15):
Only absolutely nailed it well. At first I was like,
doesn't this already exist? But then I confused it with
a cronut. It's an a croissant and a donut.

Speaker 2 (11:26):
Ah, that's a thing. Oh yeah, girl, people would line
up for those.

Speaker 7 (11:31):
I lived in New York when the cronut was born.

Speaker 2 (11:34):
And which block.

Speaker 7 (11:38):
I was in the mean streets and found kitchen? But
I did, and my aunt lived in Philadelphia. She would
take the train up to the city and stand in
line to get that cronut. Now, speaking of cookies, cookie
news is really fierce today they're changing the recipe for chips.

Speaker 2 (11:55):
Ahoy cookies, what right?

Speaker 11 (11:57):

Speaker 2 (11:58):
Which one?

Speaker 4 (11:58):

Speaker 7 (11:59):
There's like the regulars, there's the chewy ones, there's the
extra crunchy ones. I like the chewy ones, and you
can put them in the microwave so then they're all
squishy and more. But they just said that they're changing
it for the first time in almost ten years. The
cookies are getting chocolate chips with higher cacao content and
then higher concentrate of Madagascar vanilla extract. So it sounds
like they're trying to do new and improved but also

maybe a little bit healthier with like real ingredients.

Speaker 2 (12:23):
Ah, which honestly is a good move.

Speaker 7 (12:25):
I think all of our childhood favorites need to move
in the direction of real ingredient.

Speaker 2 (12:29):
Cacao is one of the more fun words to say.

Speaker 7 (12:32):
Well, when you have higher levels of cacao, it does
good things for your body.

Speaker 2 (12:37):
It does, Yeah, it does.

Speaker 7 (12:38):
That's why dark chocolate women should have at least a
little piece every single day. Oh, because when you don't
get in it, that will do the trick. Or are
we on a Coco shortagew we are? It costs more money.
And then I'm going to leave you with this last
little nugget. The movie Anyone but You is coming to Netflix.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
I did that for you. A Victoria is this movie.

Speaker 7 (12:58):
I don't know anything about it rom com starring Sydney
Sweeney and Glen Powell. So it came out around Valentine's Day,
but now it's coming to Netflix on April twenty thirty. Booth,
I always bought it the other day that you didn't
I know, And now you can say caw h.

Speaker 2 (13:11):

Speaker 5 (13:11):
At the end of that, she made finger guns. That
actually made sense to anyone listening. She made finger guns
and then she waid caw and that makes total sense.

Speaker 2 (13:19):
Thank you, Thank you, Bradley. That's what's trending.

Speaker 11 (13:22):
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Speaker 2 (13:29):
Lola is on the phone today for a first day
follow up, and she's getting ghosted by Dante. So we're
going to see if we can get him on the
phone in just a few minutes, ask him why is
ghosting her, and maybe get her another day if she
still wants one. But first, Lola, how long has it
been since your date with Dante?

Speaker 11 (13:43):
It was like a week and a half, almost two
weeks ago. We met at this at this bar close
to where I worked. It was happy hour?

Speaker 4 (13:54):

Speaker 2 (13:54):
Have you tried to get a hold of him in
that time? Was like, have you texted him since your date?

Speaker 10 (13:59):

Speaker 11 (14:00):
Text him a couple of times and literally no response.
Like the first time he was like, hey, I'm busy
and i'll hit you up in a little bit. Then
never heard anything. I waited, you know, a couple of days,
and then I tried again and nothing. And then I
tried once more last night and still nothing.

Speaker 1 (14:21):
And that's why I.

Speaker 4 (14:22):
Called you off.

Speaker 7 (14:23):
What is it about him that makes you want to
talk to him so bad? Because don't you just kind
of want to be like, well, screw you then, bro?

Speaker 11 (14:29):
I do like that's part of it now, But it's
like I'm I've been ghosted before. I've ghosted before, like
I've just never I've always known why, like you know
what I mean, like where you can look back and
you're like.

Speaker 1 (14:42):
Oh, it was probably this or it was probably that.

Speaker 11 (14:45):
Yeah, Like this night, everything seemed to go so well.
I think that's part of it, is just like what
did I do?

Speaker 2 (14:53):
Like is it me?

Speaker 11 (14:54):
Is it him? I don't know if he's married, you know,
It's like I don't know what.

Speaker 1 (14:59):
I don't know what the deal is.

Speaker 11 (15:01):
I just kind of it'd be nice to talk to
him again or see him again. But more than anything,
I just kind of want to know, like what's up,
Like why, because everything was.

Speaker 1 (15:10):
So nice that night.

Speaker 2 (15:11):
Was anything you can think of that could have been
an awkward moment or anything like that.

Speaker 11 (15:15):
No, Like we were we were at this bar, and
like I've seen him before and always drew my interest,
but I never approached or anything like that. And then
I was there for happy hour with a couple of
friends after work and he came over and started talking
to us, and then my other friends kind of like

walked away and it was just the two of us.
And it's this cool place they have like board games
and plants and it's just a like chill vibe, you know.
And so we played a couple of board games, played
played battleship.

Speaker 1 (15:51):
I haven't done that in like forever.

Speaker 11 (15:53):
It was it was really cool, and I was trying
to like just trying to see where he was, and
he like started he found my battleship and kept you know, hitting, hitting,
and I was like, sir.

Speaker 1 (16:07):
Are you hidding on me?

Speaker 2 (16:09):
And that's like funy.

Speaker 1 (16:12):
That like broke the tension and we both started laughing.

Speaker 11 (16:15):
And then that's when like we just started like really
talking and we were doing that question game you know
that starts with like, oh, who's your favorite band?

Speaker 1 (16:25):
Then things get you know, a little a little more intense.

Speaker 11 (16:28):
It's like, uh, you ever run from the cops like
in college or whatever?

Speaker 1 (16:34):
You ever catch your parents? Did your parents ever catch you?
That kind of stuff.

Speaker 2 (16:37):

Speaker 1 (16:38):
The weirdest one was body Count, who asked that question.

Speaker 11 (16:42):
He asked he asked on the right date, like not
even a date really like we're just.

Speaker 2 (16:48):
Chilling, right, And I guess that is a weird question
to ask on the first date how many people you've
been with or whatever? But I could see it in
that moment, being like, you're playing a fun game, so
you don't I wouldn't even think about it. Then I
would say, I'm like, oh, probably a country question to
ask her. Okay, So then, how did how did you
react to that?

Speaker 1 (17:05):
Well? I turned it back on him. I was like, well,
what's yours?

Speaker 11 (17:08):
And so then he answered and I was like, okay,
what is this more than mine?

Speaker 1 (17:14):
And so I said it. I gave my honest body
account and it.

Speaker 11 (17:20):
Didn't seem like it was a big deal. We like,
you know, kept hanging out and kept drinking. He even,
you know, he was like, hey, should we go somewhere else?
I was like, I was like, I've got to you know,
I've got to work tomorrow. And I didn't want to leave,
but like I didn't want to. It was just such
a good night. I didn't want anything more to like
ruin that. So like we said our goodbyes, we exchanged

numbers and you know, and that was it.

Speaker 2 (17:45):
Yeah, well we'll try to figure it out for you.
We'll play a song, come back and then call him
and see the answers and if you'll tell us why
he's ghosting you, and then maybe you get you another date.
If you still want one.

Speaker 1 (17:55):
Okay, absolutely, thank you guys, all right.

Speaker 2 (17:58):
Place on, come back, get your first day follow up
next if you're just joining us for today's first day
follow up. Lola is on the phone, and Lola is
getting ghosted by a dude named Dante, and she has
no idea why. Maybe it's because she sunk his battleship.
Not sure, but we'll find out later early before we
give him a call to see why he's ghosting you, Lola,
why don't you kind of recap your day for everybody?

Speaker 11 (18:18):
We met a happy hour after work, hung out, played
played board games, battleship, had great conversations, played questions, game
drank a little, said good night. You know, everything seemed cool,
and then he's literally ghosted me.

Speaker 2 (18:36):
Are you ready to call him and ask him?

Speaker 1 (18:38):
I think so?

Speaker 2 (18:39):
All right, here we go. Hello, ah ma, I speak
to Dante. Please? Yeah, this Dante? What's up?

Speaker 11 (18:55):

Speaker 2 (18:55):
How are you? My name is Jewbell and I host
the radio show. It's called the Jewbel Show. Hi, Dante,
the show's here too. I'm Nina Hi, and I'm Victoria.

Speaker 4 (19:03):
Oh so this is a bunch of people, Yes it is.

Speaker 12 (19:07):
I'm doing I'm doing pretty swell, But uh, why are
you calling me?

Speaker 2 (19:13):
We're calling you because we do a segment on a show.
I don't know if you've heard it before, but it's
called the first Day follow Up. It's where if you
go out on a date with somebody and then you
end up ghosting them, that person can have us call
you and ask why you've been ghosting them. So we
got an email about you from somebody named Lola.

Speaker 4 (19:31):
Well, I really want to talk about that one.

Speaker 2 (19:35):
Really, can you why? I mean, she said it was
a good time.

Speaker 12 (19:39):
I mean I had a general good time, things were,
things were pretty good.

Speaker 4 (19:43):
But I could tell that she really wasn't. She wasn't
really like truthful to me.

Speaker 2 (19:49):
What does that mean?

Speaker 4 (19:50):
Well, what it means.

Speaker 12 (19:51):
Is when you ask someone a direct question, they just
kind of like you could tell, they don't want to
answer it, and then when they finally do answer it,
they don't tell you the truth.

Speaker 2 (20:00):
Okay, So backup what happened?

Speaker 4 (20:01):
No, it's just my intuition.

Speaker 2 (20:04):
Okay, explain the situation you're talking about.

Speaker 12 (20:07):
Well, we're playing game, We're having a generally good date
playing games, and we're asking questions about each other, and
I just didn't feel like the answers I was getting,
we're really what it was? So, you know how once
you finally kind of determine you don't want to really
be there anymore, you just kind of go with it
and things things stay on a good note.

Speaker 4 (20:28):
But then once you're done, you're just done kind of.

Speaker 2 (20:32):
I just feel like there was some mixed messaging with
the exchanges of numbers and stuff.

Speaker 4 (20:36):
Yeah, well, let let's put it this way.

Speaker 12 (20:39):
I was just asking, and I started asking you questions,
and I wanted to know some things because it gives
me a good gauge on kind of person I want
to be with.

Speaker 4 (20:47):
And I asked her how many people what was before?

Speaker 2 (20:50):
Does that question usually go over well for you?

Speaker 4 (20:53):
I mean, you can find pretty quickly whether or not
you want to continue something. Because I have my own
threshold for me.

Speaker 12 (20:59):
If I find that a girl has more than me,
then I don't necessarily want to be with that girl.

Speaker 2 (21:06):

Speaker 7 (21:06):
I don't even know that it's about the number, Dante.
I just think the question is a little bit presemptuous.
I don't know if that's your business right away.

Speaker 12 (21:13):
Everyone has their own priorities when they date. I just
find that to be one of mine. And when and
when she answered, I could tell she didn't want to
give me an answer. So then once I've actually got
her to answer it, I think she just set a
number below mine and it was very clear that she
wasn't really telling the truth.

Speaker 2 (21:33):
Okay, so you just think she was lying about it?

Speaker 12 (21:35):
Yeah, And I have a standard for dating that that
I that I want.

Speaker 4 (21:38):
One of them is don't be.

Speaker 12 (21:41):
Too obvious with your life, and the other is don't
flee with more men than me.

Speaker 2 (21:45):
Well, what about you and the more like women you
sleep with, you get degraded.

Speaker 4 (21:50):
I don't think it's the It's equated to the same thing.

Speaker 2 (21:55):
Right now. I did not have enough coffee for this.

Speaker 11 (22:00):
First of all, Dante, I did not lie to you.
Your question was out of pocket, and I didn't want
to answer because everything was going so well, and I
didn't want to go this direction because I worried about
exist exactly, Dante.

Speaker 2 (22:16):
That's Lolas. She's been on the phone listen.

Speaker 4 (22:18):
Yeah, of course, of course I've got a soctor too.
Now that's okay, we get into you and you finally
stop calling me.

Speaker 1 (22:27):
Yeah, the good news is you won't ever have to
talk to me again. What I did with my body before.

Speaker 11 (22:32):
I met you is none of your business, literally none.

Speaker 12 (22:37):
It is, though I think it is everyone's business when
someone's trying to start a relationship with somebody, in general,
just when they're dating, when they're trying to start something,
they want to know the history of the person.

Speaker 4 (22:48):
The story of people matters.

Speaker 11 (22:50):
Dictating the fact that I'm a grown woman who's literally
and I'll tell everybody, I don't care the fact that
I'm a grown woman who's literally slept with five men
in my life that.

Speaker 4 (23:00):
Is too much. Five.

Speaker 12 (23:02):
That probably means ten, if not more, because women just
cut that those numbers in half because.

Speaker 4 (23:06):
They know they don't want it heard by everybody.

Speaker 2 (23:10):
It just makes up his own rules. I'm just gonna date.

Speaker 7 (23:13):
Dantane's a show, but with a diary explaining everything that's
happened in their lives prior of saying Hi, nice to
meet you.

Speaker 2 (23:18):

Speaker 4 (23:19):
If it was like that, it'd be so much easier day.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
I'm sorry. I'm sure you believe that. I'm sure you do.

Speaker 1 (23:25):
This is like two different dudes, the guy I met
that night and this guy.

Speaker 11 (23:29):
Because I wouldn't I wouldn't have wasted my time on
this guy bus because.

Speaker 4 (23:34):
I already made my mind up against you.

Speaker 11 (23:36):
M all right, Well, well I hope that all those
women that were part of your number. That's the part
that chirps me out, is like, you go ahead, you
slept with twice and more than twice as many people
as I had. If your number is even correct, If
you've got this formula, then that means that you probably
use it too.

Speaker 8 (23:55):

Speaker 7 (23:55):
I mean, if we're talking about dude math, don't they
cut it in half and like divide it that something
like that? So if you said fifteen, really we're talking
about like what forty five exactly?

Speaker 12 (24:06):
Actually, whatever the dude says, it's usually half of that.
Because half of them are virgins, they never get sex.
It's so much harder for guys to actually get it,
so they're trying to portray macho more.

Speaker 7 (24:17):
So, this is interesting, very interesting guy, Dante.

Speaker 2 (24:22):
Very interesting.

Speaker 4 (24:23):
Yeah, I know, that's why I've already slept with twenty women.

Speaker 2 (24:27):
Wow, this is a fry. And then we divide that. Bye. No,
I don't know what Dante. Would you like to go
on another day with? Loloo? Pay for it?

Speaker 4 (24:37):
No, I don't think I do.

Speaker 2 (24:38):

Speaker 1 (24:39):
Yeah, not only do I not want to go on
another day.

Speaker 12 (24:41):
I'm going to Vendo Youth for the drink you bought
me and I don't ever want to see you again.

Speaker 4 (24:46):
Oh great, I get a refund Tonic.

Speaker 2 (24:48):
I wouldn't even bother though. Keep your money. Girls.

Speaker 1 (24:50):
Yeah yeah, I'm just sorry. I think I think we're
going well.

Speaker 2 (24:54):
This battleship just got some Oh yeah.

Speaker 12 (24:57):
Yeah, yeah, you sunk it when you whoa.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
Jun's first day. I'm stupid, you're smart. I was wrong,
you were right. You're the best. I'm the worst. You're
very good looking. I'm not attractive. All right, as long
as you're willing to admit that. It's time for America's
favorite trivia game. You versus Victoria. Your chance to take

on our own Victoria Romerias in a game of trivia.
To see we will be the bathroom intendant for the
rest of the week at the US Department of Trivia
in Washington, d C. It's gonna be amazing. Awesome kid
cutting tickets and let's meet today's contestant for you versus Victoria. John.
What's up John? Not much? It's chilling doing this this
radio thing here. Whoa Hello? Who's that hello? No, they

wanted to be on the call to Oh that's cool.
Who is it kids? Your kids?

Speaker 9 (25:56):

Speaker 2 (25:57):
Poppy and Lily Poppy's I like those names? How old
are they not? In Testamon?

Speaker 6 (26:04):

Speaker 2 (26:04):
Nine and six? All right, well now you have to
do them proud and you have to be Victoria.

Speaker 3 (26:09):
Oh, I'm like shaking. I'm so nervous over here.

Speaker 2 (26:15):
Victoria, we leave the studio, John. The game is played
like this. You got thirty seconds to answer as many
questions as possible. If you don't know one, just say
pass and you have to beat Victoria outright to win. Okay,
make Poppy and Lily proud? Oh you ready? Yeah, here
we go. Your time starts now. Who invented the light bulb?

Speaker 3 (26:33):

Speaker 2 (26:34):
Light bulb?

Speaker 9 (26:34):

Speaker 2 (26:35):
Who was the forty sixth President of the United States?

Speaker 4 (26:39):
Or George Bush?

Speaker 7 (26:41):
Which scale is an earthquake measured on Richter in the
TV series Stranger Things? What is the name of the
parallel dimension upside down? What body part do snakes use
for smelling the tongue? What year was the first Batman
comic book.

Speaker 2 (26:58):
Published nineteen sixty something? All right, got that in on time.
We'll bring Victoria back into the studio. So John, other
than wrangling a couple of nine year old and a
six year old name Poppy and Lily. What else do
you do?

Speaker 4 (27:14):
I don't know what I've always thought about this worly ball.

Speaker 2 (27:18):
Oh yeah, you've never done it.

Speaker 13 (27:20):
Check it out.

Speaker 2 (27:20):
You play worthy ball. That looks cool.

Speaker 9 (27:23):
It's a riot.

Speaker 2 (27:23):
Describe what worley ball is for people who don't know.

Speaker 9 (27:25):
It's bumper car lacrosse?

Speaker 4 (27:28):
What Carlo?

Speaker 3 (27:30):

Speaker 2 (27:30):
Yeah, for us, I'm all in on there. Definitely go
play worley ball. You do all right? Victoria ready?

Speaker 14 (27:38):

Speaker 9 (27:39):

Speaker 2 (27:40):
Thanks that thirty seconds Sand now that she's fully distracted.
Nice job, John, I know that you coach that. Thank
you thirty seconds. There's many questions as possible. If you
don't know one, just say pass and you have to
beat John outright to win. Victoria? Your touch oars sound? What?
Who invented the light bulb?

Speaker 13 (28:00):

Speaker 2 (28:00):
My god, cart me so bad?

Speaker 9 (28:03):

Speaker 2 (28:04):

Speaker 7 (28:05):
Who's the forty sixth president of the United States? You
couldn't say like fifty?

Speaker 5 (28:09):

Speaker 2 (28:11):
While it was a war a ball? Which scale is
an earthquake measured on?

Speaker 11 (28:25):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (28:25):
My mother's like one to seven? Probably all right? I
think that you know the winner off, but please find
out for sure and send it on over to the
scoreboard our producer producer press.

Speaker 5 (28:38):
Victoria got zero correct and John got four crill, Jong beast,
is that the most ever?

Speaker 2 (28:46):
It's pretty up there. Yeah, congratulations John took easy and drown.

Speaker 3 (28:51):

Speaker 2 (28:51):
For Lily, thank you. I appreciate that you made your
daughter's proud. And Victor Victoria had really struggled. Today's you
versus Victoria, So let's find the answers.

Speaker 7 (29:03):
Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. Joe Biden's the forty
sixth president. What the earthquakes are measured on the Richter scale?

Speaker 2 (29:12):
Yeah, you guys know why, right why? The scientists that
figured it out. His name was Rick, but he always
referred himself as Richter, so he's like the Richter scale.
He was kind of a DBAGCTORI.

Speaker 7 (29:23):
The parallel dimension in Stranger Things is the upside down.
Nakes use their tongue to smell and Batman. The first
comic book was published in nineteen thirty nine.

Speaker 2 (29:35):
Brow Congratulations, John, you did it. You beat Victoria. What
kind of questions were the awesome? Good one? John's got
them all almost Also, you get to fly to Washington,
d C. On your own dime and show up at
the US Department of Trivia and you can be the bathroom.
It's into there for the week. Just tell them okay,
I want to bring Mini nice Congratulations. We play you

versus Victoria this same time every single weekday morning. Also,
if you want to play Victoria, all you have to
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play there.

Speaker 7 (30:10):
It's time to Catch a Cheater only on the Jubil Show.

Speaker 2 (30:15):
Daniel is on the phone today for to Catch a Cheater.
He's been dating his girlfriend Brooklyn for almost a year now,
and already he suspects he suspects something might be going on.
Daniel's up, man, Hey, what's up?

Speaker 10 (30:27):

Speaker 3 (30:28):
How are you doing?

Speaker 2 (30:28):
My guess the question is how are you?

Speaker 3 (30:31):
I'm not the best, just to have had better days.

Speaker 2 (30:34):
Yeah, what's going on? Why do you think that your
girlfriend Brooklyn is cheating?

Speaker 10 (30:39):
I mean, she's just been very distinct lately. It's not
usually like that. You know, we've been dating for about
a year, and you just hang out every weekend. I
have a lot of fun. It was very seamless.

Speaker 3 (30:52):
But now recently she just says that she has other
plans and we don't hang out nearly as much. She
doesn't really tell me what the plans are.

Speaker 10 (31:00):
She's just you know, going to hang out with friends,
very vague about it, and you know, when I ask more.

Speaker 3 (31:05):
She's just still very vague. And I don't know, it's
just not how it used.

Speaker 2 (31:09):
To be great. That's not that unusual, though.

Speaker 7 (31:12):
I think that in the early stages of any relationship,
you spend a lot of time with your partner and
then you realize that you've been neglecting your friendships. And
so maybe that's where she is. I mean, other than
her acting weird and having plans with friends, is there
anything else that would make you feel like she's cheating?

Speaker 3 (31:28):
It doesn't seem to be very in to me. Uh,
you know, I try to.

Speaker 10 (31:33):
Be romantic or you know, just a partner, and she
doesn't seem very interested. And I don't know, I feel
like she's got to be getting that somewhere else.

Speaker 2 (31:44):
I don't know, does she seem preoccupied with her phone
or other people.

Speaker 10 (31:50):
Not like particularly, but just not occupied with me at all.

Speaker 2 (31:56):
Do you know the people she's spending time with?

Speaker 3 (31:58):
I mean, I know some of them.

Speaker 10 (32:01):
I suspect that I do, Like I know her friends,
but she never really tells me who she's hanging out with,
so I just assume it's some of her close girlfriends.
Now I think about it, I'm like, oh, I don't
know who she's going to hang out with, so it
could be anyone.

Speaker 2 (32:14):
And you guys have been dating for about a year now,
so I feel like that's long enough to know the
people in her life, right.

Speaker 3 (32:22):
I agree?

Speaker 2 (32:22):
Did anything happen before that? I mean, were you guys arguing.

Speaker 3 (32:27):
Not particular arguments or anything like. I don't know. We'd
kind of get.

Speaker 10 (32:30):
In little arguments because I'd bring this up that like
we don't do anything, we don't have fun together anymore,
and she just kind of like rejects it, and then
you know, we'll be more distant.

Speaker 7 (32:42):
Okay, So when she does go out with her friends,
how ready does she get Is she like all done
up or she just regular?

Speaker 10 (32:50):
I mean, she always looks amazing, so I don't know
she doesn't. She always puts some effort into getting ready.
I haven't noticed any particular they're like getting more ready
or like, I mean, she's she's definitely excited to leave
the house and go out and do things.

Speaker 3 (33:07):
But not for me to accompany her.

Speaker 2 (33:11):
That is, that's not a fun feeling at all. No,
So does she say she misses you?

Speaker 10 (33:16):
Yeah, I mean like when we I mean, she says
it after I say it, like, you know, like it
kind of seems obligatory just to respond.

Speaker 2 (33:25):
It's the same I've been there before in your shoes,
you know, where you say I miss you and then
you're waiting for response and then they say I miss you,
but you can just feel kind of like they're just
saying it to be nice. Is that what it feels
like to you?

Speaker 3 (33:37):

Speaker 4 (33:37):
Yeah, yeah, that's that's exactly what it feels like.

Speaker 2 (33:40):
That happens to me when I say I love you.
All Right, we'll see if we can figure it out
for you. Already told us what a grocery store she's
a rewards card member at, and we'll call her and
pretend to be from there and say that. Every single month,
we choose one rewards card members totally random who gets
free flowers delivered from our floral department. We'll see if
she sends us to you or someone else. Okay, okay,

and will I be listening on that, yes, you'll be
on the phone so you can jump in. You know,
if you hear something you either want to hear or
don't want to hear, feel free to jump in whenever.

Speaker 3 (34:11):
Okay, Okay, yeah, I say I might not be able
to read its.

Speaker 2 (34:15):
Yeah, yeah, no, that's fine, go for it. Okay, we'll
play a song, come back and get here to Catch
a Cheater next. If you're just joining us for today's
to Catch a Cheater. Daniel is on the phone, and
Daniel's been dating his girlfriend Brooklyn for about a year now,
and he thinks something might be going on. So we're
about to call her and try to catch her if
she is cheating, and hopefully Danie'll find out that she's not.
But real quick, refresh everybody's memory about what's going on.

Speaker 10 (34:40):
My girlfriend Brooklyn has been very distant lately. We've been
dating for like a year, and I don't know. We
used to have a lot of fun, hang on every weekend,
go out together, laugh a lot, and that just doesn't
happen anymore. It's been a couple of months, and I
don't know if she just always is going out as
other plans and she's hanging out with her friends, but

it is very vague about that and doesn't tell me who,
and she doesn't seem excited to do anything with me anymore,
and I just feel like she's something I don't know.

Speaker 2 (35:14):
But if you do find out that she is cheating,
trust me, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Though.
You'll find somebody who definitely, you know, one hundred percent
of the time, wants to spend time with you, you know
what I mean, no questions.

Speaker 3 (35:25):
Yeah, yeah, I want to hopefully believe that.

Speaker 2 (35:28):
And if she's not cheating, because it is still not
a way to treat a person, right, Yeah, then you
can get to the bottom of it. You can find
out what's going on, you know.

Speaker 3 (35:35):
Yeah, that's what I really need.

Speaker 2 (35:36):
Okay, all right, man, here we go. So we're gonna
call her, pretend to be from the grocery store she's
a rewards card member at and say that every single month,
we choose one lucky rewards card member at random who
gets free flowers delivered from our floral department. Well, see
if she sends us to you or to someone else. Okay, okay, okay,
here we go. Hello, Hi, this is Jordan calling from So.

I was looking for our Rewards card member Brooklyn. Oh okay,
I'm calling you today. This is not a marketing call.
Please don't hang up. I'm calling you to say congratulations,
you're this month's big winner. Okay, where do I win
the flowers?

Speaker 6 (36:22):

Speaker 1 (36:22):

Speaker 2 (36:23):
Every single month we choose one lucky Rewards Card member
at random that gets free flowers delivered from our floral department.
We do delivery now. We just kind of revamped the
whole place, reimagined it. So you've just won thirty six
long stem red roses to be delivered anywhere in the
United States that you want, to anybody that you want.
It's absolutely free and it's actually a two hundred and
forty seven dollars value. Congratulations WHOA, thank you so much.

Speaker 1 (36:47):
Well, I know exactly who to send them to. I
would like to send them to my mom.

Speaker 2 (36:53):
Okay. We are also doing a Love is in the
Air package, so I can also throw in some flowers
that you can deliver to somebody special like that in
your life. If you know what I mean the significant other,
I get send it to your mom and also.

Speaker 13 (37:09):
That oh okay, other than myself, I don't think that
I have anybody that I would want to send flowers.

Speaker 10 (37:16):
Okay, yeah, really, there's no one in your life that
you want to send flowers to.

Speaker 2 (37:27):
Brooklyn. That's your boyfriend, Daniel, who's on the phone. This
is actually the Jewbil Show. My name is jewbl Hi,
I'm na, Hi, I'm Victoria, And we do a segment
on the show where we try to see your son.

Speaker 13 (37:38):
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, Wait, I don't I don't understand
what's happening.

Speaker 10 (37:43):
Huge value of flowers and like no cost to you,
and you just say no, there's no one that you
want to.

Speaker 3 (37:50):
Send them to you and they even said that you.

Speaker 2 (37:53):
Sorry, am I Right now, we do a segment called
to Catch a Cheater where if you suspect your significant
other of being unfaithful, we see if they since I
see you or to someone else.

Speaker 1 (38:04):
So, okay, I can't believe you did this.

Speaker 2 (38:07):
Wow, do you want to explain to her Daniel why
you wanted to do this?

Speaker 3 (38:12):
I mean, yeah, because I don't know.

Speaker 10 (38:14):
You've been very distant lately and you always say you're
hanging out with your friends, but don't give me any
details on who it is, and I just I feel
like there's someone else.

Speaker 3 (38:25):
And oh, I don't know.

Speaker 13 (38:27):
Okay, So Daniel, I really didn't want to do this
like this, but like I mean, I thought that maybe
you would want to talk to me in person. But
I do realize that I've been distant yet. Yeah, because
I feel like I need more space. You don't give
me any space.

Speaker 1 (38:45):
And it's like, you want to.

Speaker 13 (38:46):
Be together every day and I don't, Like I want
to have at least one or two days do whatever
I want to do by myself and.

Speaker 10 (38:55):
Want to spend a little bit more. Lately, I feel
like every day and we don't hang out at all.

Speaker 4 (39:04):
Oh my god, I totally disagree.

Speaker 13 (39:08):
It's like, whenever I want space, you just you want
to be together, and I try to I try to.

Speaker 1 (39:14):
Find space within being with you.

Speaker 13 (39:16):
So it's like I'm always feeling like I need to
pull away to even just get a little bit of space.

Speaker 3 (39:23):
And that space doesn't have anything to do with any other.

Speaker 1 (39:27):
Dude, No, absolutely not.

Speaker 13 (39:30):
I just want to go on a walk and watch
the show that I want to watch, and read my
books and you know everything that I like to do.

Speaker 2 (39:39):
You know me, and I'm.

Speaker 13 (39:42):
Beginning to think that maybe you just don't respect that
or you don't understand it. That's why I've been trying
to pull away because I haven't been able to confront
you about it. To be real, I hoping that you
would get the hints.

Speaker 2 (39:56):
I mean, Brooklyn, do you see where he's coming from?

Speaker 11 (39:58):

Speaker 7 (39:58):
Like, I mean, all of your points really valid. Space
is so important in a relationship. But if you're not
communicating with your man and he's like, well, where's she go,
you're gonna you got to understand he was kind of
wondering where the heck you were.

Speaker 10 (40:10):

Speaker 13 (40:11):
To be real, I don't even know why you're a
part of this conversation. You have no right to actually
come in between me and my partner right now. Can
say anything. I don't know if you're a therapist or
a psychologist or whatever.

Speaker 1 (40:22):
But I mean, I didn't ask for this.

Speaker 13 (40:24):
I didn't ask for this, and I'm just trying to
communicate how I feel about this.

Speaker 3 (40:28):
I tried to get this information out of you for
months now, and you have just left me in the
dark and not wanted to talk about it. So I figured.

Speaker 10 (40:38):
Somebody else could maybe get you too, and I was.

Speaker 3 (40:40):
Right, And now you're being defensive.

Speaker 10 (40:43):
About it, so that makes me feel like you're hiding something.

Speaker 13 (40:47):
Well, I think whatever you want to think, but I
am just living my life and you know, wanting some space.
So I guess this makes me feel like I really
can't trust you to put me on the spot in
front of everybody who's listening.

Speaker 1 (41:01):
To this radio station.

Speaker 2 (41:02):
Apparently to me, yeah.

Speaker 10 (41:05):
I mean you you are now telling me a lot
of things that make somewhat sense that you could have
just told me that. Like nineteen times I asked you
what's wrong, and you just said nothing and said you're
going to hang out with your friends. And that just
leaves me to think every night about what's happening, and
I have no idea what's.

Speaker 4 (41:24):
Going on in your brain.

Speaker 13 (41:26):
Well, you're just so clingy, and I can't do this anymore, Daniel.
I didn't expect to do this on the radio. But
you're free to go and be with whoever you want
to be with twenty four hours a day, seven days
a week, because I need to have a break from
this and move on and have my space. I'm breaking
up with you, right now so that we both can

figure out our lives separately.

Speaker 1 (41:53):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (41:55):
She hung up. Daniel, Wow you okay, No, yeah, I
don't know.

Speaker 3 (42:02):
I have some answers.

Speaker 7 (42:03):
I guess, Daniel, there is going to be somebody that
wants to spend all of their time with you, for sure,
and I'm sorry this is going to take a second
for you, but she's out there.

Speaker 3 (42:12):
Thank you, guys.

Speaker 4 (42:13):
I appreciate this.

Speaker 11 (42:15):
The Jewel Shows to catch a cheater, people will be like,
my bet is the dirtiest place in the house.

Speaker 1 (42:23):
My bird is the dirtiest place in the house. I
literally sleep in a pile of chrumbs. I thought it
was on your hand.

Speaker 8 (42:29):

Speaker 1 (42:30):
It is disgusting.

Speaker 2 (42:31):
I am disgusting to accord back to him, how dirty
is your baby? It's the Jewel Show. Some people's beds
getting very dirty, don't they, I mean feelthy dirty. And
it's not because of what you're thinking. It's because some
people don't like to wash their sheets very much. The

study was recently done called the Between the Sheets Report.
I love that and it's making headlines today because the
things people are doing in bed that aren't the activities
that you think they might be doing in bed, because,
let's face it, a lot of people don't do those
activities as much as they like they're doing their things
in bed. And there's one thing that people do in
bed that has caused a heated debate on if this

should be done in bed or if you're caught doing this,
should you be locked up and they throw away the key.
We'll get to that in just a second, but here's
some things from the between the Sheets report. As you
might expect, sleeping is the most common activity that people
do in bed.

Speaker 7 (43:25):
I love that they put that on the list, Like,
shouldn't we just accept that and know that sixty five
percent watch TV in bed?

Speaker 11 (43:32):

Speaker 2 (43:32):
Yeah, okay, followed by reading sixty percent are liars because
sixty percent say that they do that one activity that
I was talking about, right right, sixty percent want to
do that a lot happier. Yeah, they wouldn't be. Yeah,
if we look at social media and how people argue
on it, there's not that many people doing that in bed.

That's what it still counts. Yeah, checking social media is
also sixty percent. That's tied for the fourth and most
popular thing that people do in beds only more. This
is the one though that people are debating about saying
if you should do this or not. A third of Americans,
thirty three percent, admit to eating in bed. Sure, do

what you eat in bed? I do? I do everything
in my bed.

Speaker 7 (44:16):
I have one of those little desks that sits on
your lap in your bed, so like I work in bed,
But yeah, I eat in bed. It's like one of
my favorite things to do is have big salad and
sit and watch my shows.

Speaker 2 (44:26):
What if you eat or eating like a soup? We
eat that in bed? Yeah, I can spill all over you.
And Nina bought furniture for this purpose. That's how do
you eat in bed all the time? I do, and
I have no problems with it. It's the greatest thing, Victoria.
You don't eat in bed? Not everything. I eat specific
foods in bed.

Speaker 7 (44:44):
I'll like if it's something like a handheld, like my
peanut butter crackers, or.

Speaker 2 (44:48):
Like those have crumbs, Like, isn't that more dangerous than soup?

Speaker 7 (44:51):
No, because I put a towel over me if I
eat in bed that way, you can trap up the
towel and.

Speaker 2 (44:55):
Put it on your floor. A lot of discipline happening here.
I only eat in bed when I've woken up in
the middle of the night. It's usual chips and salsa, and
I find it all over myself in the wedding. That's
very dangerous in bed.

Speaker 5 (45:04):
Yeah, chips and salsa in bed is not I'm living
on the edge.

Speaker 2 (45:08):
It's for me that's so dangerous. We're going over a
report called the Between the Sheets report that's making headlines
today because people are saying you should not eat in bed,
and they're very passionate about it. But some people are like, yeah,
you should eat everything in bed. Yeah, I'm filthy, but
it sounds like most of the studio likes to eat
in bed because we're all filthy. I'm never really in bed.
I'm in bed to sleep and then that other activity

if i'm having that, But that's pretty much it. I
don't like being in bed. I never have really. Yeah,
I don't know why. I don't know what it is
about it. I don't like watching TV in bed. I
don't like just laying in bed. I don't think I
like being comfortable, but yeah, I just I'm never in
my bed unless I have to be. And most of
the time when I sleep, i'll sleep on the couch too,
and then I'll go up to bed for a few

minutes and then I'll wake up because I wake up earlier.

Speaker 5 (45:53):
Yeah, I will say, couch sleeping is very comfortable. You
have a nice couch even if you don't, because you
can nuzzle into the back a little bit. And it's
kind of like, maybe this is the loneliest thing I've
ever said. It's kind of like you have somebody else
there with you because the back of the couch and.

Speaker 2 (46:09):
Like a hammock Stephanie, Okay, hey, what's up? What do
you what's your feeling on eating in bed? It's so it.

Speaker 1 (46:17):
Grossed me out.

Speaker 15 (46:18):
And I dated a guy who I was nuts over,
like truly, but he had this habit of eating his.

Speaker 13 (46:23):
Nachos in bed, nachos and I was like.

Speaker 15 (46:26):
Nachos, like nuts full on nachos, like nacho cheese, salsa, scallions.

Speaker 1 (46:31):
All black olives, the whole whatever.

Speaker 15 (46:34):
And then it was great on my nerves, and I
was like, what we do we compromise your people in
relationships until one night I rolled over he hadn't discarded
the rest like his leftover nachos, and I rolled over
into the pile of nachos.

Speaker 4 (46:47):
And I'm done with you.

Speaker 2 (46:49):
I am done with you.

Speaker 15 (46:50):
You're disgusting because it was like that A and PM goopy.

Speaker 2 (46:57):
We're artisan cheese. I feel like I'm really not so Unfortunately,
you can't eat because you need your bed time for
Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 7 (47:15):
So there's a new safe for work porn people are
indulging in. WHOA, there's a few categories. Actually, we're talking
about village porn, earth porn, and rural porn.

Speaker 2 (47:26):
Wait, those are things.

Speaker 7 (47:28):
These are actual things, and there's subreddits on Reddit, but
rural porn is the one that we're going to talk
specifically about because it's been getting the most attention. Basically,
you'll be scrolling through images of man made things in
beautiful nature. So it could be like a log cabin,
or it could be a pile of wood, or it's
like a bridge and then there's a beautiful sunset or

something like that, and that would be rural porn. And
they believe that people that have been living in the
city too long have been the ones indulging in that way.

Speaker 13 (47:56):
But is that all that's playing Like that's the only
thing that's playing on.

Speaker 2 (48:00):
I think I think I said it's safe for work. Yeah,
I think it is confused.

Speaker 5 (48:04):
I think she's thinking that, like, you're on a video
I know you're probably well aware of this video site
that you would be on, and then maybe there'll be
some recommended videos below it or whatever. That's not what
this is. These are reddit subreddits where you just scroll
similar to TikTok. Actually you scroll through all of this.
Somebody knows his rural porn real Well, that's the.

Speaker 2 (48:25):
Way better way to describe it. If I'm on it,
that was great. When you're looking around, he's like, there's
just too many buildings. Go there. It's it's a fantastic experience, right.

Speaker 7 (48:33):
And if you've ever wondered what it would be like
to live in a small village, there's the village porn
for you. And then earth porn is just shots of
the earth, so.

Speaker 2 (48:41):
Which can always be fun. Just go outside.

Speaker 5 (48:43):
Yeah, but when you realize the United States is not
at the center of everything, it's a weird moment.

Speaker 7 (48:49):
I think we all need to do that. Then if
you haven't figured that much out, do that today. That's
your homework, Doctor Dre. I just need to make sure
we all know who doctor Dre is.

Speaker 2 (48:57):
Right. Legendary rap producers Snoop.

Speaker 7 (49:00):
Dogg all the time, known for working with Eminem, all
that kind of stuff. So he just got his Hollywood
Walk of Fame induction.

Speaker 2 (49:06):

Speaker 7 (49:07):
The other day nice and he's got his pretty Little star.
But he was doing an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel where
he just let the world know that a brand new
Eminem album is coming.

Speaker 2 (49:17):

Speaker 7 (49:20):
I also had to ask the room before I told
this story if everybody knew who Eminem was. But I
thought this was big news. We haven't had had new
music from Eminem in years.

Speaker 2 (49:29):
Yeah. The last wrote song I remember of his was
like not a phrase made that. Oh that's long, long
time ago. He's had a couple albums since then. Oh
that's awkward.

Speaker 5 (49:37):
I'm a big Eminem fan. Actually, I'm very excited about tracks. Yeah,
it's not track. Why does not track? He just talks
about real stuff and he's cool. He's real and he's
a dad. Okay, that's me in a nutshell and dad.
I mean, you're basically Eminem's twin.

Speaker 3 (49:52):

Speaker 5 (49:53):
Okay, he does go to the gym more, but other
than that, okay, are the same cool?

Speaker 7 (49:57):
So okay, that's coming. The others thing to look forward
to is the Paris Olympics. I don't know if you
remember around the COVID era there were sex bands. They
have been lifted, so Paris is here for them. Oh
you're ready to provide let's go three hundred thousand condoms
for Olympic athletes. I just you know, it's amazing to

me how every year they just plan because these athletes
just need to get it in order to perform better.

Speaker 5 (50:21):
I mean, it's just thinking about that peak physical condition.
Do you ever get that feeling after you go to
the gym you're all kind of you're ready to rock?
Is that what it is? Is that what it is
for us? Because I just experienced this and it was
very straight.

Speaker 4 (50:34):

Speaker 2 (50:35):
Yeah, you're as a guy, you're like, what can I conquer? What?
You should be working out so hard that you're tired
after that? How testosterone works? Are like so animalistic at
that point, it's wild. Yeah, you'll literally walk on all
fours after the gym. So we don't need to get
into this any anymore.

Speaker 7 (50:54):
I'm gonna go ahead and get out of this now,
even though I started it.

Speaker 2 (50:59):
But that's what Hey, how are you good? You have
a little secret?

Speaker 13 (51:04):

Speaker 3 (51:05):
Yeah, So well, and behold.

Speaker 16 (51:08):
I've been working with the same company for you know,
a couple of years, and once, you know, the COVID
pandemic started, crazy times for all of us. I switched
from a full in person schedule to fully remote and
you know, they pay decent money and everything, but they're
not always the best with change, and you know, sometimes

with the you know, certain things. I try to keep
my mouth shut to not cause any drama. So, uh, yes,
I've been working from home.

Speaker 3 (51:38):
And I didn't end up telling.

Speaker 16 (51:40):
Them that I ended up relocating to a different state.
I yeah, I was working from home. I didn't think
it was that big of a deal, and again, I
didn't want to get looped into too much.

Speaker 3 (51:52):
Drama with them.

Speaker 16 (51:53):
But I just got a notification from them recently telling
me that I'm going to have to come back into
the office and I don't know what to do. I'm
freaking out. Yeah, so I'm a couple of states away
now and they do.

Speaker 3 (52:08):
Not know that.

Speaker 16 (52:09):
So yeah, so I think that that that qualified for sure.

Speaker 7 (52:13):
The reason why that's funny is and I feel like
a lot of people are actually dealing with that and
they're like, uh, I don't actually live in the same
place anymore, and I think you can.

Speaker 2 (52:20):
Maybe can you lose your job for that? I don't know.
I mean he didn't tell them.

Speaker 16 (52:26):
Yeah, that makes me feel a little bit better to
hear I'm not the only one going through this drama.
But it still doesn't make it. I think at you
less stressful right now.

Speaker 2 (52:36):
Right right? Well, your new home is making you happy.
And thank you for telling us your dirty little secret.

Speaker 3 (52:45):
Yeah, so no problem. Appreciate your time.

Speaker 2 (52:48):
Yeah, I appreciate you.

Speaker 1 (52:49):
What's your dirty little secret?

Speaker 6 (52:52):
Jewels, dirty little secret?

Speaker 2 (52:54):
Hello? Good? How are you?

Speaker 4 (52:58):
I'm doing good? Thank you?

Speaker 2 (52:59):
So you have a dirty little good?

Speaker 12 (53:01):
You're sure I do?

Speaker 2 (53:02):
All right, let's go what is it? Can't wait?

Speaker 1 (53:04):
All right?

Speaker 14 (53:05):
So a few weeks ago, I was in my room
right and my girlfriend was with me, and basically what
happened was she was like trying to get like up
in conversational with me, and then my dad walks in
the room and he's like, what are y'all doing? And
I was like, oh, yeah, we're not doing a thing.
He's like hmm, because like she had her clothes were
off right, and then he's like, we're going to keep

We're going to keep it.

Speaker 4 (53:27):
A secret from her mom. If you uh, if you
don't ever do this again.

Speaker 14 (53:31):
It was like, okay, so like my tire family is
basically keeping the secret from my mom.

Speaker 2 (53:37):
That's pretty you know.

Speaker 7 (53:39):
I read once that the best way to fight with
somebody is to get naked because then, like you're both
very vulnerable in that moment.

Speaker 2 (53:46):
So yeah, they said that actually it'll like end an argument,
like or if you guys are you'll be able to
listen to each other something, And I was like, I
want to start getting manked in all arguments, even just like,
even if something feels like it could be an argument,
you just are, well we want to be naked? Yeah,
pretty much, Phil, you want to feel an argument coming
pick up? Sure, Like this is a business meeting so

much I don't want this is the way I'm arguing. Well,
thanks for telling us your dirty little secret.

Speaker 11 (54:16):
Have you.

Speaker 2 (54:16):
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