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April 1, 2024 61 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
I want to hear this right now. But he's not
the love of your life.

Speaker 2 (00:02):
He's just an absolute loser that would probably cheat on
you with anybody on his march Madnesster.

Speaker 3 (00:07):
Honestly, you'd probably choot on you with his Xbox if
you could figure out how to do it.

Speaker 1 (00:10):
So on they would just stop. It's the Jewil show.
And you know how it is, You're watching Animal Planet
and you look at the lions walking around like they're
all the king of the jungle or something, and you
wish you could put one of them right in their place.
So you book a ticket to the African Sahara so
you can take a safari and just punch one of
those cocky felines right in the grill. Me what the

(00:36):
new survey was just released and it asked Americans what
animals they think they could win a fight against.

Speaker 3 (00:41):
Oh my god, so see, you know Americans are like, oh,
take down a mayor.

Speaker 1 (00:47):
Let's see how ridiculous some of these are. And also,
I don't know why they felt the need to do
this survey, but anyway, the animal most Americans feel confident
they could beat in a fight is a rat. Well,
oka say they could win against the rat. Okay, I
would say that I don't know if I could win
against the rat. What, No, I'd be because they're they're
disease infested. They're scary to me. I would probably run

(01:10):
away from a rat, would you, Yeah, or a rat
will get you in a long game because it giving
you the bubonic plague. At some point they stare at you.

Speaker 3 (01:19):
I've had a lot of experience with rats because when
I lived in New York and I wait for the
subway in the morning by myself, the rats would come around,
and like I felt like they were talking to me.

Speaker 1 (01:27):
Yeah, why it's so weird. Yeah, they're actually pretty nice.
My brother had two rats growing up. I don't know.
Rats would scare me. But apparently seventy two percent of
people say they could win to fight against the rat,
twenty percent think they they could maybe win, and the
rest are not sure. They said, yeah, no, I don't know.

(01:48):
I wouldn't want to fight a rat. I'd rather fight
something more dangerous than a rat. But the rats are
just gross to me. Next up as a house cat. No,
why would you want to beat up a house cat?
This is if you had to beat it. Yeah, like
if you really had no choice, right, I guess, well,
sixty nine percent of people think they could beat up

(02:09):
a house cat followed by a goose. After that, I
don't know about a geese. Geese are really they are
so yeah, geese are crazy. I was chased around a
golf course by one once. I couldn't get my golf balls. Yeah,
one like a multiple one, this one enre goose. Was

(02:30):
My ball landed by this goose and he was not
happy about it. And I went to go try to
grab it, and he just kept chasing me. So I
was like, I guess I lost the fight. I lost
against the goose. Do you ever get you? It would
be money to see that. No, you didn't get me,
but it was scary. Those things are ferocious. They don't care.
They moved fast. Also, the other morning, I went on
a run and I ran down this dock and then

(02:51):
I stopped because I saw something and I was like,
what is that? And there was three geese at the
end of it, just sitting there staring at me. Yeah.
I stopped and I just backed to way slowly, like
forget about robbers in a dark en Yeah, don't get
stuck on A dog with three geese were going over
a new survey that asks people what animals they think
they could beat in a fight. The only other animals

(03:14):
that Americans tend to Americans tend to think that they
could take on as a medium sized dog a medium
size but not even half forty nine percent think they
could win a fight against a large dog. Why. I
don't know if I could beat a large dog, I
just wouldn't want to.

Speaker 4 (03:34):
I don't think anyone could be well, I mean, I've
been in some situations where like the dogs they like
go crazy kind of on you and when you have
to get them off there, but they're like strong, Like
I am not able to even get a medium sized
dog off of me. Like, I don't think i'd be
able to do a big sized dog.

Speaker 1 (03:51):
I don't think i'd be able to a house cat.

Speaker 4 (03:52):
The rat maybe, but their tails are really long and
really scary and they just kind of go all over you.

Speaker 1 (03:57):
Victorian gives the butt kicked by everybody. We were to
fight a rat, it would run up your chest and
run down your shirt. And the teeth, oh yeah, they
do have sharp nails too. Oh why it goes downhill
from there. Seventeen percent of people think that they could
win unarmed against a chimpanzee. Yeah right, what like, how

(04:21):
do you think you could beat that? There are your
last fifteen percent of people feel like they would win
a fight against a king kobra. Oh, hell no, I
think they can win. I thought about that one a lot. Actually.
Why Well, because you see those snake charmers and stuff,
and I'm like, what if I was a snake charmer.
I mean, you have to practice, right, so at some

(04:42):
point you're not charming snakes. They're angry at you, so
you have to kind of bob and we even get
out of the way. I don't know if I could.
How many snake charmers do you know? I don't know any.

Speaker 3 (04:53):
Right, because I don't know how many of them actually
make it out good point.

Speaker 1 (04:57):
I was like, I've thought about a snake though, if
it was in that position and they strike pretty quick.

Speaker 3 (05:03):
Well, also, yeah, they wrap themselves around you and suffocate you.

Speaker 1 (05:06):
Oh would you rather fight a king cobra or an anaconda?

Speaker 3 (05:09):
Whoa, I think I'm dead either way. I guess a cobra.

Speaker 1 (05:13):
Yeah, I would rather fight the cobra because I would
just stand in front of it and wait for it
to strike and then I would just smack it right
in the cheek. Snakes have cheeks. There's you a bobbing
and weaving and smack smacking snakes. You know you're just
about to get eaten alive. We're going over a new
survey that asked Americans which animals they think they could

(05:33):
beat in a fight. A few folks think they could
win against some really dangerous animals, including a wolf. Twelve
percent of people think they could beat a wolf.

Speaker 5 (05:40):
How those are the BROSI you see at the gym? Right,
test me, bro, I can beat anything.

Speaker 3 (05:47):
That's how the conversation started. I bet too, the bros
and the gin Right a crocodile? Nine percent of people
think they could beat a crocodile.

Speaker 1 (05:53):
Oh, I don't know. I've seen a video.

Speaker 4 (05:56):
I've seen a few videos on YouTube where if I
get into it the crocodile, I think guy can hold
them down long enough.

Speaker 3 (06:02):
Okay, but you all be able to beat a catter,
a dog, but you're sure you can take down a crocodile.

Speaker 4 (06:07):
No, but the crocodiles, you're just rolling. Basically, you gotta
keep rolling with them, and you gotta just keep turning
and twisting and then you can like if you get him,
like tire him out before he tires you out.

Speaker 5 (06:16):
You can like keep him. That's what the YouTube videos
that I see, say a gorilla, an elephant, or a lion.
Eight percent of people think they could beat those up.

Speaker 3 (06:27):
Okay, well those eight percent are tripping an elephant.

Speaker 1 (06:31):
I don't know. I guess it would charge you, but
they seem pretty slow, but they can easily step on you. Yeah,
like they're so much bigger than you. All you can
get out of the way and just give it like
a right hook to the tusk. I'll probably hurt your father.

Speaker 3 (06:45):
Goes your hands shatter it on a tusk, you will
bother it and weave it and give it.

Speaker 1 (06:51):
Grab it by its big ears, and you're coming with me.

Speaker 3 (06:53):
Should make this like one of those not a scavenger hunt,
but like a relay race. He's got to go up
against anana kandas freaking elephant.

Speaker 1 (07:00):
The animal that Americans are least confident they could be
victorious against in a bare handed fight is a grizzly bear.

Speaker 6 (07:08):
Oh.

Speaker 1 (07:08):
I thought more people would say that they could me too,
that I would. I think I would win a fight
over with a bear over a lion. Now, I mean,
I probably lose to either one of them. You're logic, man,
I don't know, but I feel like a bear. I
don't know why. I feel like a bear i'd have
a good chance against. Also, I was hiking the other
day and there was a sign that there was a

(07:31):
bear in the area. Would you look for it and
knock with geese?

Speaker 6 (07:36):
Bear?

Speaker 1 (07:38):
It said that there was a bear sighting, And I
walked around like whatever, And then I started walking more
and I was like every sound I heard, I was like,
is that a bear? Was their bear? Over there?

Speaker 7 (07:48):
They was?

Speaker 1 (07:48):
They're a bear behind that tree? And then I just
I left, like after five minutes. I was scared of
the bear. So I don't think i'd win against a bear.
Mister Out was really risk in his life. Texas four
one or six one. What animal do you think you
could beat in a fight. It's another jubile phone frame
Mornings on the twenties. Hello, Hi, my name is Xander.

(08:13):
I'm calling from Airlines in regard to a complaint email
that we received. I was looking for Pete. Yeah, this
is hello Pete.

Speaker 7 (08:22):
How are you fine?

Speaker 1 (08:25):
Okay? So we did receive your complaint email and I'm
just giving you a call back about that. Would you
like to describe to me your issue please?

Speaker 8 (08:34):
Yeah, we were supposed to have a connection in Denver,
and then that got delayed one time for three hours okay,
and then we kept waiting, and then the second one
got delayed for two additional hours.

Speaker 9 (08:46):
The whole time they told us don't leave, don't leave.

Speaker 7 (08:47):
The plane is gonna come, don't leave, blah blah blah.

Speaker 9 (08:50):
Well, eleven pm rolls around.

Speaker 7 (08:51):
They finally tell us we don't have a pole for
the plane.

Speaker 9 (08:53):
Blah blah blah blah.

Speaker 7 (08:54):
So we had to wait a higher next day that
that flight going out. It's till four pm.

Speaker 1 (08:59):
Okay. So you're upset because.

Speaker 9 (09:05):
I'm upset because the flight was delayed and I missed
a day.

Speaker 1 (09:10):
Okay. Uh so we hear airlines. We do take our customers'
concerns very seriously, and I want to let you know
that your issue is important to us. Also, I don't
know if your flight was delayed.

Speaker 7 (09:25):
Okay, what are you not understanding?

Speaker 10 (09:26):
Man?

Speaker 7 (09:26):
Can you look it up in your system?

Speaker 1 (09:28):
Yes, I've got it right here in front of me.

Speaker 7 (09:30):
But I don't delayed.

Speaker 1 (09:31):
How can you really say that a flight is delayed
is kind of my thinking on that.

Speaker 9 (09:37):
What what what?

Speaker 1 (09:39):
Well, because time is sort of a constructive man sort
of made up things, is anything really delayed? So? Really
your flight was at the time it happened, So I
think it was on time.

Speaker 7 (09:49):
Well, you said the flight here at ten o'clock. You
guys are operating on time too, Okay.

Speaker 1 (09:54):
Pete, I'm sensing that you're angry. Yeah, you are, so
I'd like to invite you to breathe with me for
a few minutes and just sort of calm ourselves down.

Speaker 7 (10:05):
And I I need you to address you have problem.

Speaker 1 (10:11):
I guess that would be up to you.

Speaker 7 (10:14):
What is wrong with you? Everything?

Speaker 9 (10:17):
You breathe this all time? Is it real?

Speaker 1 (10:21):
Just fix my problem?

Speaker 7 (10:22):
That's your job, and is.

Speaker 1 (10:24):
Your problem understanding that time is sort of a made
up thing and that we all just should operate when
things happen?

Speaker 9 (10:30):
Man?

Speaker 1 (10:30):
You have you have you?

Speaker 9 (10:31):
Actually you have the problem because you don't understand how
to fix somebody's problem.

Speaker 7 (10:34):
You don't understand how to list them. I'm an upset customer,
I slightly delayed. Fix it? How are you going to
fix it?

Speaker 1 (10:40):
Well? I am prepared to offer you something for your trouble,
and I'm very sorry about that. I'm also very sorry
that you seem frustrated with me and the company's stance
on time sort of being made up. Anyway, I am
prepared to offer you something quite big, so I think it'll.

Speaker 7 (10:57):
Be very happy. Okay, thank you.

Speaker 1 (10:59):
On your next flight with Airlines, which will be at
the time it's going to be at, you will receive
a coupon for a free beverage of your choice.

Speaker 9 (11:11):
Shut a free beverage. We missed our flight with just
sleep in the airport and nobody helped me. There's a
line all the way off the desk. And now I
told you you're talking to me about time. You're not
fixing my problem at all.

Speaker 7 (11:24):
I'm not going to take a beverage coupon. I want a.

Speaker 9 (11:27):
Full refund, I want an extra flight, I want miles.

Speaker 7 (11:30):
I'm gonna tell every single person I know.

Speaker 9 (11:33):
That Airlines is foolish and nobody.

Speaker 11 (11:35):
Should ever book with them.

Speaker 7 (11:37):
I can't believe them.

Speaker 1 (11:37):
Well, well I can't either, because this is actually Dubil
from The Jewel Show doing a phone prank on you
and your wife. Liz set you up. It's a joke.
She said that your flight the other day was super
delayed and you were still really upset about it.

Speaker 8 (11:53):
Oh my jos, I couldn't believe that I was talking
about actual customer service.

Speaker 7 (11:57):
I can't be like, what what is this a talking about?

Speaker 1 (12:02):
Wake up every morning with jewble phone pranks.

Speaker 3 (12:04):
It's time for Nina's what's trending? You need to treat
yourself because tonight is the night. Sit down, get comfy
on your couch with some popcorn and watch the iHeart
Music Radio. iHeartRadio. I'm just seeing if you understood what
I was saying, But that is tonight. It's hosted by Ludacris.
And in case you're wondering, yes, Taylor Swift is nominated
for nine awards.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
Let's go.

Speaker 3 (12:26):
Also, Tate McCrae is performing, so excited justin Timberlake, Green Day,
Jelly Roll and a whole.

Speaker 1 (12:31):
Bunch And if you want, if you follow us at
the Jewbile Show.

Speaker 3 (12:34):
We like to take advantage of awards shows and get
together and try to like have live stream so we'll
see what happens tonight.

Speaker 1 (12:42):
This is wild.

Speaker 3 (12:44):
So twenty years ago today people believed that Gmail was
an April Fool's joke. But yeah, really So Google is
known for pranking people all the time. Like for a while,
like the search engine was like, yeah, we're gonna make
it scratch and sniff and different kinds of Google account. Yeah,
Google's funny. They've got a sense of humor. So but

(13:05):
twenty years ago when Gmail was launched, they did it
on April fool dame.

Speaker 1 (13:08):
People didn't believe that it was real. Now look at
it all these years later.

Speaker 3 (13:12):
You have thousands of emails you haven't even viewed sitting
in your Gmail whoa easy. AT and T confirmed over
the weekend that there was a data leak from seventy
three million customers.

Speaker 1 (13:24):
It was leaked onto the dark web. So scary.

Speaker 3 (13:27):
I have AT and T, so I was like, ooh what,
But if you were part of the leak, you would
have been notified because they said what they ended up
doing was they went in and changed a bunch of
passwords for everybody.

Speaker 1 (13:38):
So if you got leaked, can you change them for
the people? Oh? Well, allegedly, but that was their solution.

Speaker 4 (13:45):
They had to change a few passwords, Like packers were
able to get through just a few passwords.

Speaker 1 (13:50):
And that's all my information right there. Thank you. It's scary, right, Hey,
what did they do with it? On the dark Web?

Speaker 12 (13:55):
Though?

Speaker 1 (13:55):
Are they really selling our information like that? I mean probably,
I've gone on the dark Web a few times. Wait,
how do you even access the dark Way? You have
to you have to download a Torrent browser. It's a
different kind of browser that can take you to the
dark language. Is this why why were you going on
the dark So? I wanted to check it out. What
did you find? Not much because I didn't really know
where what to navigate and stuff. But I want to

(14:17):
go back.

Speaker 3 (14:18):
So you can navigate the dark web so many questions
without getting like a virus and stuff.

Speaker 1 (14:25):
Yeah, there's ways to do it. You have to download
a certain kind of browser, like I said, and then
you can go to the dark web. So they have
different categories in the dark Web, yes, that they sell.

Speaker 5 (14:35):
You can search for stuff like Michaels where you like
it's got all kinds of stuff on.

Speaker 1 (14:40):
Their body part drug. Well I thought that's what the
dark web was used for.

Speaker 3 (14:46):
It is, yeah, and AT and T users information, So
that's what's trending.

Speaker 6 (14:52):
Is time to catch a cheater?

Speaker 1 (14:55):
Only on the Tubile show, Leanne is on the phone
today for it to catch a cheater, and Sheet thinks
that her boyfriend of almost four years now, Tony, might
be messing around, So we'll see if we can help
her out. Hopefully he isn't, Bud Leanne, thank you for
agreeing to do this and come on the show this way.
Hopefully we can help you out and hopefully he's not cheating.
But what's up? Why don't you tell us what's going
on with Tony?

Speaker 10 (15:16):
So we've been dating for about like four years now,
and you know, Tony's Tony's I mean, he's great, but
he's like a typical dude. I mean, he's like always
a soft u and it comes to me, but when
he's with his guys, he's like whatever.

Speaker 6 (15:31):
He's just he's pretty basic. You know. We like we
go to a lot of music festivals.

Speaker 10 (15:40):
That's actually where we met was right before a music festival,
and so it's kind of our thing and we go
as much as possible. But usually we go with his
buddy Mark, and sometimes he brings his girlfriend along and
so Cournie with Kendra, and she is sort of the

(16:02):
reason I'm calling. So last week we went to this
music festival with Mark and Kendra and we were having
a lot of fun. There were a bunch of people there.
It was a great time. But at some point Tony
had to pee and so he went to the porta
potties and Kendra was like, oh, I have to pee too,

(16:22):
and so they went together. And at first I didn't
think of anything of it. It was totally fine. But
they were gone for like an hour basically, and.

Speaker 6 (16:35):
Mark and I were just chilling.

Speaker 10 (16:36):
He was on his like fourth year and you know,
of the night it was a lot and he didn't
really notice. But when they came back, they had this
sort of like look on their face, like.

Speaker 1 (16:50):
They looked guilty to me.

Speaker 10 (16:52):
And I ended up having to drive home because Tony
was just completely wasted, and and you know, I it
was fine.

Speaker 6 (17:03):
I didn't bring it up later that night.

Speaker 10 (17:05):
But a couple of days later, he was texting with
someone and I was like, oh, who are you texting?

Speaker 6 (17:11):
And he goes Kendra.

Speaker 10 (17:14):
He said it like really sharply, and then he just
walked away, like it's pissed that I even asked. So
I want to let this go, but it's it's driven
me absolutely insane, and I don't know.

Speaker 6 (17:26):
I just feel like I want to know for sure.

Speaker 10 (17:29):
If something happened while they were gone for that hour.

Speaker 1 (17:33):
I would want to note you definitely.

Speaker 10 (17:35):
I was hoping that you guys could call him from
the company that I usually used to buy tickets, because
we're good customers, you know, and we it would be
not it wouldn't be suspicious. So you could like call
him and maybe like offer free tickets or something and
see if he takes someone else, maybe Kendra.

Speaker 1 (17:57):
Yeah, all right, we can definitely do that. Head So
has he acting weird otherwise?

Speaker 10 (18:02):
So, I mean he's he's been like a little distant,
but every time I mentioned Kendra's name, he sort of
I don't know, he like he doesn't want to talk
about her.

Speaker 6 (18:12):
And you know, I will like ask.

Speaker 10 (18:14):
About how like Mark is doing, and I'll like mention
Kendra's name, and he just doesn't want to talk about it.

Speaker 6 (18:20):
You'll kind of shut down.

Speaker 1 (18:23):
Okay, I feel like something happened there. Yeah, yeah, all right,
we'll plays come back and then call him and see
if we can catch him if he is cheating. Hopefully
he's not, but we'll see if we can with to
catch a cheater right after this. Okay, thank you If
you're just joining us for today's to catch a cheater.
Leanne is on the phone and she thinks that her
boyfriend of four years named Tony might be cheating on

(18:43):
her or have cheated on her, And we're about to
see if we can catch him. But before we do that, LeAnn,
why don't you refresh everybody's memory on your situation.

Speaker 10 (18:50):
Yeah, so we went to this music festival with my
boyfriend's friend and basically my boyfriend buddy what has brought
his girlfriend his girlfriend, and my boyfriend like left for
like an hour, disappeared and every time I bring up
her name, Tony like doesn't want to talk about it.

Speaker 1 (19:12):
Yeah that sounds odd, weird.

Speaker 10 (19:14):
Yeah, So basically, I just want to see what's going on.
And that's why I'm calling because I feel like there's
something something might be going on, and I feel like
you guys can get to the bottom of it. So basically,
I want you to call him from the company that
we used for music, Cuestoval Tickets, and offer him free

(19:34):
tickets and see if he takes someone that's not me.

Speaker 1 (19:39):
Okay, we can definitely do that. Are you ready? Yeah, Okay,
here we go.

Speaker 5 (19:54):
Hi.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
My name is Jebel. I'm calling from So I was
looking for our valued customer, Tony. Yes, Tony, how are
you great? I know it's probably weird to get a
phone call from us. I need to speak with you
for a moment though.

Speaker 7 (20:08):
Oh okay, I'm.

Speaker 1 (20:09):
Not sure if you've seen the website recently, but every
single month we choose one person who's a very valued
and regular customer who actually wins a trip from US
to go to a show in an exotic location. And
here's the months winter. Congratulations.

Speaker 12 (20:26):
Okay, I had no idea you guys even did that.

Speaker 11 (20:28):
That's pretty cool.

Speaker 1 (20:29):
Yeah, congratulations, we just started doing it. We don't have
the name of who you're going to see yet, but
it's in Miami.

Speaker 13 (20:35):
Nice.

Speaker 11 (20:36):
Nice, Okay, Okay, what do I do?

Speaker 9 (20:38):
Well?

Speaker 1 (20:38):
Nothing right now. We will get the information, but I
do need to get some information from you.

Speaker 11 (20:43):
Yeah, okay, cool.

Speaker 9 (20:44):
Perfect.

Speaker 1 (20:45):
So, because it's airfair and things like that, I'm gonna
need to get some other information from you. But I'm
also gonna need to get the guests that you'll be
bringing with you, because it's you and someone else.

Speaker 12 (20:55):
I'm actually I'm going to give it to my girlfriend Leanne.
She should go, since you know she doesn't get the
gold that.

Speaker 6 (21:02):
Often so she loved She definitely love this.

Speaker 1 (21:05):
You want to give the whole thing to her or
you want to go her to goes your plus one?

Speaker 12 (21:10):
Definitely the plus one, But I would, I mean, I
would give the whole thing to her if she wants
to hang out with her friends, but I would definitely. Yeah,
the plus one would be cool.

Speaker 1 (21:17):
She goes out with her friends, then you can hang
around with your slidepiece while she's out of town. Oh
you know, this is actually the Jubil Show. It's a
radio show. My name is Jubel. Hi, I'm Nina on
the show. Hi, I'm Victoria. Yeah, on the show, and
we do a segment where we try to catch people
cheating by seeing who they'll take with them or who
they'll send flowers to for certain things. And your girlfriend

(21:39):
Leanne is actually on the phone. Hi, baby, I think
we should cheer, not cheating day.

Speaker 11 (21:47):
Wait, what are you serious?

Speaker 7 (21:49):
Do you think I'm cheating?

Speaker 10 (21:51):
I'm sorry, baby, I just last week when we went
to the music festival, you kind of disappeared with Kendra
for a little while, and I just thought it was really.

Speaker 6 (22:00):
Weird and I don't understand.

Speaker 10 (22:02):
You didn't say anything afterwards, and we never talked about
it on the right home, and then when I brought.

Speaker 6 (22:10):
Her up later, you were like sort.

Speaker 10 (22:13):
Of weird about it, and you kind of shut me
down when I asked about her at Mark. So I
just wanted to check because it felt like something happened.

Speaker 12 (22:22):
Oh my god, Wow, that's that's that's not what happened
at all. That's I'm definitely not cheating, but that's that's
not what happened. Actually, when when we went to Pe,
we passed by these dudes and they had a They
had like a couple of kegs, and I was like, oh.

Speaker 7 (22:37):
Kenda, you should do a keke stand.

Speaker 11 (22:38):
She was like, oh no, no, no, I've never done one.

Speaker 12 (22:41):
Well, we went over here and we asked and I
actually I held her up to do it.

Speaker 11 (22:45):
Everyone was clapping and she was.

Speaker 12 (22:47):
Actually pretty good. She took her like a chance, no lie,
and we just started partying with them. Ken just said
that Mark is the jealous type. So you know, if
you found out that she was doing keke stands and
part with other dudes, and then he'll be pissed even
if I'm there.

Speaker 7 (23:03):
So that's damn man.

Speaker 9 (23:05):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 10 (23:06):
Well, but why why are we so shady about it though,
like when you came back and when I brought her up.

Speaker 7 (23:14):
Man, oh man, I can't say anything, but.

Speaker 12 (23:17):
She actually made out with the guy while we were.

Speaker 5 (23:23):
Yeah, everybody shocked.

Speaker 1 (23:28):
You didn't tell your buddy.

Speaker 13 (23:31):
No, I'm not going to tell him.

Speaker 11 (23:35):
I figured it'd be up.

Speaker 12 (23:36):
To her to do it. It's all on her. That's
not that's not on me. I don't want to be
a part of that. I don't know what to do, honestly.
I mean, I'll tell you the whole story later. You know,
when when we had the makeup sex and whatnot.

Speaker 1 (23:57):
Okay, I like, yeah, that's school, that's the whole time.
You guys do that. Maybe then you can figure it
out let us know.

Speaker 11 (24:09):
Wow, Yeah, I love you.

Speaker 1 (24:12):
I wouldn't do that that.

Speaker 13 (24:14):
I wouldn't really, that's oh.

Speaker 12 (24:16):
Man, I'm sorry about that, but that's that's not me.
I know I'm gonna do sometimes, but I would never
portray your trust.

Speaker 11 (24:24):
That's just not it's not me.

Speaker 10 (24:26):
I know, baby, I kind of secretly knew that. I
knew that in my heart.

Speaker 6 (24:31):
I just had to check. I love you too, and
we can do the makeup whatever later.

Speaker 14 (24:38):
Yeah, the jubile shows to catch a cheater, got room
for one more if you still want to go to ask?

Speaker 1 (24:51):
But where did you find that some kid back in town?
Trade the van for it?

Speaker 9 (24:56):
Straight up, I can get seventy miles to the gallon
on this.

Speaker 1 (24:59):
Hog, you know, Lloyd.

Speaker 9 (25:02):
Just when I think you couldn't possibly be any domer,
you go and do something like this.

Speaker 1 (25:09):
And totally revem yourself. It's time for America's favorite trivia game.
You versus Victoria. Their chance to take on our own
Victoria Ramirez in a game of trivia to see who
gets to give a Gym talk in the next Gym
X series on how to Win at Trivia. Wow, it's
a really low budget ted talk. It's just a lot

(25:30):
of guys named Jim's house so legit, Oh, guy named
Jim his house. Yeah, it's in the living room. Also,
rid of tickets. And we had somebody on the phone
to play Victoria, but their phone just dropped, So now
there's nobody to play Victoria. Well that's kind of sad
that Wait, does that mean I win? You guess I'll

(25:53):
play you Victoria. Wait, but you're asking the question. No,
I'm asking the question.

Speaker 4 (26:00):
Oh does that mean you have to go outside. Also, Yes,
this is fun. Okay, I just like the idea of
having to No, I'll.

Speaker 1 (26:05):
See the phone ringing right now unless we can get
someone on in the next couple seconds. So, Victoria, what
do you want to talk about in the meantime? Well,
I do feel pretty confident today. You know, I'm not
gonna lie.

Speaker 4 (26:14):
I feel very rested, very let's just say, well, trivia versed.

Speaker 1 (26:19):
I did it.

Speaker 4 (26:20):
I'm coming off a win, and it was pretty good
when my mom listened to it, actually, and she was
very proud of me for getting multiple of the questions correct.

Speaker 3 (26:27):
I'm so glad you gained so much confidence for making
your mom proud. Thank you, I do Yeah.

Speaker 1 (26:31):
I love that great. Now the phone lines are ringing,
so we do have people to play you. Okay, let's
meet today's contestant, April. The job killing time. By the way,
it's this is really good. Hey, April, what's up? How
are you?

Speaker 10 (26:44):
Hi?

Speaker 13 (26:44):
I'm great, good morning.

Speaker 1 (26:45):
Good morning. Are you ready to take on Victoria?

Speaker 4 (26:50):
Be?

Speaker 1 (26:51):
Okay, that's the spirit. Victoria out of the studio and
while she's leaving, April, the game is played like this.
You have thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible.
If you don't know one, just a pass and Victoria
has to beat you outright to win. Okay, here we go, April.
Your time starts now.

Speaker 3 (27:11):
Who painted the famous artwork The Last Supper? What is
the process by which plants take in carbon dioxide and
release oxygen.

Speaker 7 (27:27):
Photos?

Speaker 1 (27:28):
Who is the current President of the United.

Speaker 6 (27:30):
States Joe Biden?

Speaker 1 (27:33):
What is the.

Speaker 3 (27:34):
Capital city of South Africa?

Speaker 13 (27:36):
Oh gosh, what is the chemical symbol for silver? Oh?

Speaker 1 (27:47):
Okay, time is up. We'll bring Victoria back into the studio,
and while she's getting settled, April with something you would
like the world to know about you today.

Speaker 3 (27:56):
Oh well, I mean it's April fool so, but my
name really is April.

Speaker 1 (28:01):
Oh what do you do for work? April? I? H oh,
that's cool. Gym talk elementary elementary pay pe.

Speaker 4 (28:19):
I heard HPE and I was like, was hpe All?
I was saying, it's really cool, but I don't know
what that is. You're I'm so sorry.

Speaker 1 (28:25):
All right, Victoria, here we go thirty seconds to answer
as many questions as possible. If you don't know one,
just say passed, and you have to beat April outright
to win. Are you ready? Absolutely?

Speaker 7 (28:38):
Okay?

Speaker 1 (28:38):
Then go who's in the famous artwork The Last Supper?

Speaker 9 (28:43):
What man?

Speaker 12 (28:46):
Go?

Speaker 1 (28:47):
What is through a process.

Speaker 3 (28:48):
By which plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
Who is the current President of the United States Biden?
I don't know why I had to think about that?
What is the capital city of South Africa? U? What
is the chemical symbol for silver?

Speaker 12 (29:06):
Hey?

Speaker 1 (29:06):
These s e all right? Time has it and let's
send it over to the scoreboard. Our scoreboard producer Bread
is out, so our social media producer Gabby has your score?

Speaker 6 (29:20):
All right?

Speaker 1 (29:20):
April got three? Correct? Okay, April Victoria got to what April? Congratulations?
You did it? Grow me an extra point. You beat Victoria.
You get to give the gym talk on how to
win it trivia at the mp next Gym X series.
I don't know where or when it is, but if

(29:41):
you know a gym, ask them. Also flow rider tickets. Congratulations.

Speaker 3 (29:46):
Let's get the answers with Nina Leonardo da Vinci did
paint The Last Supper? Photosynthesis is the process in which
plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen. President Biden
is the president. Pretoria is the cow full of South Africa.
I'm sorry, what Pretoria how.

Speaker 1 (30:03):
Would I have known that someone gave me that answer.
The chemical symbol for silver is ag. That's a lie.
I'm already heard ESSI coratulations, April, you won. You're now
the current reigning champion for you. Actually, I'm just kidding.
The play you versus Victoria at the same time every

(30:24):
single weekday morning. If you want to play Victoria, just
dm us at the Jubile Show or you can go
to the Jubilshow dot com.

Speaker 3 (30:30):
Time Bernina's what's trending. So there's a new trend in
gift registries. This time it's online registries for a divorce
what you can. So the idea is that people can
be financially vulnerable at the time after the split, so
they don't have the stuff that they would need. You know,
you're giving away couches or whatever. So they're creating registries

(30:51):
for what it is that they want moving forward.

Speaker 1 (30:53):
That's cool.

Speaker 3 (30:54):
While some people support this and say that that's cool,
other people are like, hold on, so I got you
a gift for your wedding, for your baby shower, for
all of this stuff you broke it you pay for
full circle. I didn't say that, that's what it's said online.

Speaker 1 (31:12):
That's funny. Although I can't understand, I guess I can
get that now. Yeah, yeah, man, the wedding gifts moment.

Speaker 4 (31:19):
You got me a gift when we got together. Now
we're breaking up, but I need another one for support.

Speaker 1 (31:23):
Sometimes the divorce can be the happiest part of the marriage. Well,
they have divorce parties.

Speaker 3 (31:27):
Yeah, all right, so it's like just like a bachelor
or bachelorette party, but it's to celebrate through exactly.

Speaker 1 (31:32):
As sound as that is. That sounds kind of fun. Well,
I'm glad you're speaking divorce into your future. Victoria. Absolutely
not like that. That's what you said. The party part
sounds fun. You can Okay, we'll just keep going party
me too. We have been partying. So Lizzo quit? What'd

(31:59):
you quit? And this is not an April Fool's joke.

Speaker 3 (32:01):
I don't know if you happen to follow her, but
if you saw on social over the weekend, she posted
on her Instagram that she quit.

Speaker 1 (32:07):
She didn't say specifically what she quit, but we.

Speaker 3 (32:09):
Can get the idea that she's just kind of throwing
her hands up saying I'm done For a minute. She posted,
I'm getting tired of putting up with people being dragging
me every time, and everything that I do, all I
want to do is make music and make people happy,
and for some reason it feels like the world just
doesn't want me in it.

Speaker 1 (32:25):
And then she's like, I quit. That's sad. So it's
really sad.

Speaker 4 (32:29):
Yeah, But I feel like also artists don't really quit.
I mean it's in the best way too, because they're
just the way their minds were kind of like jubil
Like if you were gonna say I'm quitting whatever, whether
it's art something, you're still gonna be doing it, Like
you're not really gonna quit, You're still gonna do it.
And I feel like they always kind of come back
around and make more music.

Speaker 1 (32:48):
Eventually. You get frustrated sometimes, like so you're just like
I'm never doing this again, and then little time goes
by and you're like, Okay, I want to do it again.

Speaker 6 (32:58):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (32:58):
I don't think she's necessarily gonna quit making music, but
she's definitely going to take a break. People are mean.
I think that's the point too, really, is that people
are just being mean. I don't realize all the time,
for everything that she does and why for her weight,
people comment on her appearance quite a bit. And then
also she was in a lawsuit because of her dancers,

(33:19):
so she was on tour and they were accusing her
of sexual harassment. So that's been kind of an interesting
story to watch, and a couple of them came out
and said that. But now she's she's been defending herself
the entire time. So either way, it's been a big
mess in that corner. And she's probably not going to
quit music.

Speaker 1 (33:36):
To your point, Victoria a.

Speaker 3 (33:37):
Break, She just needs a little break break. And the
fashion trend going into spring, if you're trying to be
on point, is all about sheer everything. But there's a
new body part specifically that it is being exposed. If
you want to be on trend, that is show op
your little Fetsi's babies. Wait, but it's not in the

(33:59):
way that you're We're not talking sandals or like pumps
like that. It's all about mesh flats. So they're see
through flats, so you can show off your little toesies
but make it look like they're still in a regular shoot.

Speaker 1 (34:12):
What's a mesh flat?

Speaker 5 (34:14):
Is that a trend for guys too? Miss toes are
usually not that great. Actually, you know, it is a
trend for guys and I never got to bring this up.
Now that you do, mesh tops and crop tops for
men are trending going into spring.

Speaker 1 (34:25):
Really yes, so bring it out right, nothing but mesh tops.
I've been wanting a reason anyway. Yeah, finally what.

Speaker 4 (34:36):
Our boss's email and be like, why did you walking
around in a mesh top?

Speaker 1 (34:39):
Hey man? Trying to get it with the trend. He's
just on it and that is what's trending. I get
in trouble for showing my nips here at work. I
don't know it. I don't know, Okay, I just say
I'm gonna be mad if you don't get in trouble
with then I get in trouble to be professional okay, yeah, professional,
And that's one falls off and then I'm just walking around.
That's awkward. Can't wait that day?

Speaker 14 (35:00):
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Speaker 1 (35:09):
Kim is on the phone today for a first day
follow up and he's getting ghosted by a woman named Elena.
They went on a date and now he's hearing nothing.
So we're gonna try to get her on the phone
in a minute and see why she's ghosting him and
maybe get him another date. But before that, Cam, how
long has it ben since you heard from Elena?

Speaker 11 (35:25):
It's in about four days.

Speaker 1 (35:28):
How did you meet Elena?

Speaker 11 (35:29):
Well, so we we actually met at the grocery store
check outline.

Speaker 1 (35:33):
Oh cool, Homer, Yeah, how'd that work?

Speaker 11 (35:38):
No, like Hallmark movie, That's perfect, That's well, that's what
I was saying. So I saw her. I thought she
was extremely pretty that high, and then you know, I
ended up following her out to her car. We were
chatting this a bit and I got her number and
she was like totally into it. It was really He's
like so cute, you know. We were like flirting and

(35:59):
talking to each other and exchange numbers. So I thought
it was going really well, and I didn't expect that
at all. So I was thinking, you know, for our
first date. I was like, oh man, this would be
funny and kind of cute, Like let's meet at the
grocery store parking a lot and like have like an
outdoor picnic in the back of my truck.

Speaker 7 (36:19):
You know.

Speaker 11 (36:19):
And I brought like pillows and blankets and I had
like pizzas and wine and sippy cuffs.

Speaker 1 (36:25):
Who are you you?

Speaker 11 (36:29):
Yeah, I thought it'd been really cute. It almost maybe
that whole Stars boring kind of vibe, you know.

Speaker 10 (36:37):
Yeah.

Speaker 11 (36:37):
I just sort of felt like, I don't know the
only thing I could say it is like felt like
really meant to be. And so I know it's only
been four days, but you know, it went really well,
and we were talking a lot afterwards and texting, you
know that, like texting a lot between each other, and
all of a sudden, it just communications stops. I'm thinking, like,
what's what happened? It seems bigger to me because it

(36:59):
was going so good, you know, so I really would
like to find out.

Speaker 1 (37:02):
You were texting after your date and everything.

Speaker 11 (37:05):
Yeah, I know. She hit me up and said good night,
I s good night. We were like that entire next day,
like all day we were just texting back and forth.
It was just it was just wonderful, and I was going,
oh my god, this is like this is like romantic
dream come true, you know what I mean, Like, wasn't
going on here and then it just stopped. I'm just
a little worried. I don't know why. I'm just in

(37:27):
the dark bit, and I'm like, why would she respond
to any of my texts. I'm hoping that you often
help me get in touch with her and maybe she'll
let me know what's going on. Maybe it's just she
got busy or something, or who knows, that's my hope.

Speaker 3 (37:41):
Anyway, Well, if you think back on the date, was
there any moment I guess if she was talking to
you the day after, or maybe she was being polite
talking to you the day after and then knew she
was going to go see and then you know, if
something happened on the date, like, is there anything that
you can think of that would have been weird?

Speaker 11 (37:56):
Nothing? I mean, honestly, honestly, I can't think of any thing.
I mean, we weren't just talking to be polite. We
were talking about meeting again and how wonderful the night was,
and that's how the person you just going to be nice.

Speaker 1 (38:08):
Anything you could think of there would be a reason
she'd be ghosting you.

Speaker 11 (38:12):
I mean, honestly, I have no idea. I just aware.

Speaker 7 (38:16):
I don't know.

Speaker 11 (38:17):
I mean it as romantic as she thought in the
parking lot, But I mean maybe you should look back,
and I don't know, talk to a friend or something.
They thought it was corny, but I don't type. She
seems seems smart and independent, like she could think herself.
So I'm just boggled. I mean, maybe she had another
relationship or something and it was more serious than I mean.

(38:39):
I would just like to know that. Okay, that's the case.

Speaker 1 (38:41):
Yeah, maybe all right, we'll play a song come Back
and then call her and see if she'll tell us
why she's ghosting you and maybe get you another date.

Speaker 7 (38:47):
Okay, yeah, that'd be great.

Speaker 1 (38:49):
Thank you, play a song come back, can get your
first Day follow up next. If you're just joining us
for today's First Day follow up. Cam is on the
phone and he's getting ghosted by Elena. So we're about
to get her on the phone and see if she'll
tell us why she's ghosting him and maybe get him
another date. But before we do that, Cam, why don't
you catch everybody up on your situation.

Speaker 11 (39:05):
Yeah? I met this beautiful girl named Alanah the checheout
line at the grocery store. We had a wonderful date
and everything went well, and then she just hadn't you know,
hit me back, And just been a few days and
I'm hoping that something is still there.

Speaker 1 (39:22):
And you were texting with her for a while after
your date too. It's not like she didn't ghost you
right after the.

Speaker 11 (39:27):
Date, correct, right, Yeah, we did. We followed up and
had tons of communication of the day after, and then.

Speaker 7 (39:33):
It just stopped.

Speaker 1 (39:34):
I could have been our friends rooster blocking and calling
it a corny date. Yeah, yeah, you.

Speaker 11 (39:43):
Know, maybe one of her friends said it was corny
or something like that in the parking lot or trying
to follow a movie or something.

Speaker 1 (39:50):
But all right, well we'll see. Are you ready for
us to call her?

Speaker 11 (39:53):
Yes, I'm ready. Let's rock and roll.

Speaker 1 (39:55):
Here we go.

Speaker 9 (40:06):
Hello.

Speaker 7 (40:07):
Hi?

Speaker 1 (40:07):
Is this Elena?

Speaker 13 (40:08):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (40:10):
What's up? Elena? How are you? My name is Jewbell
and a host radio show. It's called the Jebel Show. Hi, Elena,
the whole show's here. My name's Nina.

Speaker 13 (40:16):
Oh Hi, I'm Victoria.

Speaker 7 (40:18):
How are you?

Speaker 11 (40:19):
Hi?

Speaker 5 (40:20):
Hi?

Speaker 1 (40:21):
Do you ever listen to the show.

Speaker 13 (40:24):
Yeah, it's just it's kind of it's a little surey
he's calling me right now.

Speaker 1 (40:31):
I feel the way we'll just cross his arms, sat back,
and isn't it It's crazy? It's crazy how we met
this way? Elena. We're calling you because we do a
segment of the show called the First Day follow Up,
where if you go out on a date with someone
and they end up ghosting them, they can email us
to get you on the phone and ask what happened
and why you're ghosting them. And we got an email

(40:52):
about you from a dude named Cam. All right, well,
all right, that doesn't sound very good.

Speaker 15 (41:00):
I no, I mean he I really liked Kim and
there's nothing we we went on a date. I thought
it was really nice. I actually thought it was probably
the most romantic date I've ever had, and it felt
really like special. The whole night was just kind of

(41:21):
very romantic, and I honestly thought something was gonna happen
with this. But the following night, I get a random
DM from this girl named Melissa who just basically was
just like, don't speak to my boyfriend ever again, this
and that.

Speaker 16 (41:39):
And I'm and I was like, well, I don't believe you, Like,
how do you? And she just sends me a picture
of the both of them and it's clearly him, and
I'm just like, I don't know. I don't want to
be a SIPs here, Like I don't want to deal
with this, and so I just i'd rather know.

Speaker 11 (41:55):
Please, I'm sorry. I didn't want to cut anybody off,
but I have to correct this.

Speaker 9 (42:00):
Leave Lena.

Speaker 1 (42:01):
That's Cam. He's actually on the phone listening.

Speaker 11 (42:04):
No. Wow, h yeah, no, no, I'm so sorry I
had to do it this way. But but okay, I'm
glad you said that because look, Melissa is my ex,
like we have been separated for over a year now,
and she's been holding out hope that possibly it still
could be reconciled because I haven't been dating because I
talked about you and our date to one of my coworkers,

(42:27):
and that's probably how she found out because we still
work together. But no, way, no, we are. I'm one
hundred percent single, Like there is nothing there. I totally
thought it was the best thing I've ever been on, too,
and I don't want to leave that because of this.
I mean, it's total. I swear you can ask my
friends follow up with anything. We are not together anymore,

(42:48):
she is. I don't know what that is.

Speaker 15 (42:50):
Super spiteful, he said, you haven't been with her for
a year, No, over a year, like it has been done.

Speaker 11 (42:57):
We were together for a few years, like four years,
and it just didn't work out and it's been over
and she just hasn't really moved on. I mean I
showed my friend, my corker social I was like, oh
my god, this is magic, like so he saw and
he must have said something which is crazy.

Speaker 15 (43:17):
Yeah, like believe me, Well just tell her not to
reach out to me, because, like you.

Speaker 1 (43:24):
I know, has she done this before.

Speaker 11 (43:29):
She has done it one time before. But I thought
it was over, Like that was like eight months ago
when it was like fresher, Like I thought she got
over by now.

Speaker 3 (43:36):
There's nothing that's making her your ex feel like that.
There's a real reason to be holding on. And I
know people are crick to jump to conclusions and be like,
oh she crazy, but like you are you sure you're
not giving her mixed signals for her to think that
she has some type of like I don't know say
to who.

Speaker 11 (43:52):
You guys, No, no, no, we don't. We don't hang
out outside. We talk at work. And so I mean
it felt like I've blocked her. I don't have their
feelings swords you that way. Yeah, And so yeah, when
she just has she's seen we mentioned it all like
you haven't not seen any but yet, And I'm like no, no, no,
I'm just waiting for the right moment and dating and

(44:13):
but nothing's set right now. And I said stuff like that,
but it didn't. I never gave her any indication that
I want her back. It just didn't work out.

Speaker 15 (44:21):
You know, this sounds like I'm just jumping into a
whole big mess right now.

Speaker 7 (44:26):
I don't know.

Speaker 11 (44:28):
It really a little messy, really, isn't. I mean, I
can't fit any other way. It's like I've moved on.
If she hasn't, it's like she's still not She's out.

Speaker 15 (44:38):
Of my life though, Like yeah, but how many times
can you like reiterate say that I'm hey, I'm saying
like we're not together?

Speaker 3 (44:45):
Does she have snapped tendencies? Because honestly, I would be
scared of that.

Speaker 11 (44:49):
She's not crazy, like I mean, I swear. I mean,
it's like, I hope that all of y'all understand, like,
sometimes if you have a path, it's not a path
that I want a part of me. I'm I am
moving on. I have moved on, and someone else doesn't
determine who I am.

Speaker 1 (45:03):
I do understand that. I do hope though, that there's
something that I don't know you can do to stop
her from thinking there's anything there. Yeah.

Speaker 11 (45:10):
Yeah, Now, well now the knowing this because, like I said,
the first time it happened a long time ago, it
was like eight months ago. I know it's fresh, and
I gave her the benefit of that. We talked, but
she's still like that, Like I'm definitely gonna confront her
and let her know this thing's uncalled for it, like,
you can't do this anymore that we're done.

Speaker 13 (45:28):
Yeah, not.

Speaker 11 (45:31):
Like she shouldn't be contacting. You shouldn't tell you.

Speaker 13 (45:34):
I'd block her, Elena, you must be really special if
she's still caught.

Speaker 1 (45:45):
Something she can't get over, Elena, would you like to
go out with cam again on another day? We'll pay
for it, give it another chance.

Speaker 11 (45:55):
Yes, I have plenty more movie ideas, I swear.

Speaker 1 (45:58):
I'm what's the movie.

Speaker 3 (46:00):
That has the girl holding mace in her purse? Whatever
that movie is, and make sure.

Speaker 13 (46:05):
That one Jesus I've.

Speaker 3 (46:09):
Had my Like I was dating somebody who's ex showed
up at the foot of the bed broke into his
house when I was there.

Speaker 1 (46:14):
So I'm telling you, just be saying, God, do you
don't know? I mean, I'm just saying that, like, Okay,
good second I'm not saying God, no, youself, I'm sorry,
go on the date, good luck.

Speaker 11 (46:31):
Would you still want to go out with me again?

Speaker 15 (46:34):
Oh wow, what a proposal. Yes, but somewhere just you know,
near the police station.

Speaker 1 (46:41):
I congratulations, you will first date?

Speaker 11 (46:47):
Follow up?

Speaker 1 (46:47):
I don't know what kind of break up the cuncture
that no man is where that Ben and Jerry's. That
is a mortgage. You can be sad in the sun
in Bora, Bora. The price that's going to cost you.
You're on island, top of it in Greece for that
amount of money. And if I yourself a Greek man, not
field the video that's going viral at TikTok or somebody
who had fifteen things of Vina Jerry's in their grocery

(47:08):
shopping man, when those times hit, those times hit? Okay, yeah,
you're no judging. It's the Jubile show. And do you
judge someone as soon as you walk in their house?
I think absolutely. I think everybody does. Well, there's a
list going viral of the top things that people notice
immediately when they get to your house and what they
judge you on.

Speaker 3 (47:27):
Okay, smells immediately, mells, you don't notice what a house
smells like when you walk into it, I.

Speaker 4 (47:32):
Guess you only take I only really notice it if
it smells bad, but I guess not if it smells good.

Speaker 1 (47:35):
Scent is the first one on the list, by the way.
Number one thing. I noticed that too, as soon as
you walk into someone. You ever have some friend who's
got a house that just always smells just off. Yeah,
some weird smells like they've been cooking. They cook fish
all the time or something. I don't know. Some of
the people have nasty smelling homes.

Speaker 3 (47:57):
You know that smell of like wet T shirts, like
when you do like laundry and then it's like wet
T shirts out.

Speaker 1 (48:02):
Oh, like when you leave it in the washer for
too long.

Speaker 4 (48:04):
And I did it to my comforter and I had
to wash it three times to get the smell out.

Speaker 1 (48:08):
Well victorious outstinks. No, it was just and I hated
it though. Another thing that people notice and judge you
on as soon as they walk in your house to lighting.
Is it warm and inviting or too dim or too harsh? Interesting?
I don't notice that.

Speaker 4 (48:21):
I don't think I noticed that, but I will say
if it's like pitch black, I mean, obviously you're walking
into freaking walls left and right.

Speaker 1 (48:27):
But I kind of like a nice little Do you
pay attention to that? Jubil I don't know if I
pay attention to that still probably know you Probably not, No,
I think if you have a lot of lighting, like
neon lights everywhere, I probably would be like, okay, are
you still sixteen? I have some stuff like that on

(48:48):
my mouse and that I am like a toddler. So
the clutter, they notice if you have your house clutter.
They don't notice if you don't mop, but they will
notice if you have random stuff scattered everywhere. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (48:58):
Yeah, But I also notice if you mop, do you, Yeah,
because you can see scuffs on the floor, like I
like to swiffer mop my floors, because you notice when
like little marks are like little things from pets and
it just polish me.

Speaker 1 (49:11):
See if it doesn't stink, I don't start exploring, you
know what I mean. We're going over a list of
what people notice and judge you on as soon as
they walk in your home. A dirty kitchen or.

Speaker 3 (49:21):
Bathroom, Yes, kitchen, That's like the number one thing I
check out anytime I go to somebody's house. I also
try to figure out what kind of cups they have,
because I don't know, there's just something about too many
plastic cups and not having regular cups. But if you
have a section that's just for the plastic cups, that's
not just all around the sink and then like also glassware,
oh then that's cool. But otherwise I'm like, you have

(49:42):
a messy kitchen. You have just plastic cups and like
that are faded sports teams on them.

Speaker 11 (49:47):
You know what I mean?

Speaker 1 (49:48):
What if they're just pink like pink plastic cups?

Speaker 7 (49:50):
Right?

Speaker 1 (49:50):
But do you have real glasswaar?

Speaker 6 (49:51):
Too few?

Speaker 1 (49:52):
Do you go through the bathroom cupboards and drawers? You
don't talk.

Speaker 5 (49:57):
Every time the top drawer sometimes it's just the top
door sometimes because I'm like, where's your toothpaste?

Speaker 1 (50:03):
I just want to make sure you have that.

Speaker 5 (50:05):
We know any is looking forward toothpaste.

Speaker 1 (50:08):
I like to look. I like to look into the bathroom.
If I go over to your house and just know
I'm probably looking at your bathroom. Anything cool. I've never
found anything cool yet, but I like to look at
what prescriptions people have. Weirdo. I know that's why it's interesting.
We're going over This is going viral of the top
things that people to look at when they first entered

(50:31):
your house and what they judge you on house plants.

Speaker 3 (50:34):
I love when you have plants that are not dead.
Let me just look at Jubile and smile.

Speaker 1 (50:41):
Are Jubels plants all dead?

Speaker 3 (50:42):
Nobody has one upstairs that is dead. Yeah, it's across
from his little studio.

Speaker 1 (50:47):
I got called on that.

Speaker 4 (50:48):
Out on that yesterday, someone came over to my apartment
and they were like, oh my gosh, it's so clean,
it's so pretty. And I'm like thanks, and they're like, like,
that plant is dying and I'm like, well, it's not mine,
it's my roommates. And they're like, what, it's dying. And
I'm like, what do you want me to do about it?
Like I can water it, but I don't know how
to nurse a plant back to life. You don't take
care of her plants when she's gone. She asked me once,
and I think I've forgotten, so she doesn't ask me anymore.

Speaker 1 (51:09):
I felt so bad. Oh my god, I didn't completely die.
That's terrible. Another thing that people notice as soon as
they walk in your house and judge you on the entryway, Yes,
what about it? It's the first thing they see. So
if you want to impress people, we have to make
it nice.

Speaker 2 (51:23):
Oh.

Speaker 3 (51:23):
I always get kind of intimidated when it's like a
very like a shoe rack where all of the shoes
are lined up perfectly. Take off your shoes right when
you walk in, Like I understand that, I get it,
but like throw them are on comfortably, but not all
lined up perfectly by color.

Speaker 1 (51:38):
By like you know, style. So Nina is not like
neat and organized I do. But right when you walk
into the house, it kind of screams a little bit
like well you are, how strong? We are? Not the
last a little bit. Another thing that people notice as
soon as they walk into your house and judge you
on the furniture if it's interesting or classy, or if

(51:58):
your sofa is old and sunken in full of claw
marks from your cat. Yeah, totally, I guess that would
make sense.

Speaker 5 (52:07):
Also music, if you have music playing or not. I
don't really notice that. But do you all judge on
the type of music?

Speaker 1 (52:13):
Oh? Absolutely?

Speaker 7 (52:14):
What?

Speaker 1 (52:15):
Really? Why? Well, because if I walk into your house
and you're playing something I don't like, we probably aren't friends.

Speaker 4 (52:21):
Yeah, but my taste or my taste, your taste or
your taste man, like you don't like my music.

Speaker 1 (52:27):
Another thing that people notice as soon as they walk
in the house is the temperature.

Speaker 3 (52:30):
Yes, especially it's way too hot or cold. Yees yeah,
hot drives me crazy. I mean you know, when you
walk into somebody's house, it's super hot, Like you don't
have layers on, you're not prepared for it. But some
people just run cold, and so they keep it super hot.
And then you're sitting there sled. Are you trying to
act like you're cute?

Speaker 1 (52:48):
No, you're like you're cute like that, or they just
keep it hot, so they're hoping. At one point it's like, hey,
it's super hot. High the need to take our shirt?
It's time for Nina's what's trending? We love a new
trending dating term, don't we. Oh boy, well, get ready
to learn this one. Kitten fishing is the new word.

(53:11):
So it's like catfishing, but in person, and instead of
about how you look, it's about who you are. So
basically it's like you show up and you pretend to
be somebody you're not. That's no, that's called kitten fishing. Okay,
you understand it. Sort of.

Speaker 3 (53:27):
So it's like if I showed up on a date
and I was like, I'm vegan, totally vegan, then I
would just be trying to like impress somebody.

Speaker 1 (53:34):
Okay, I'm so not vegan, you know what I mean?
Also lying, right, it's lying about who you are. Kitten
fishing Okay, So it's not just a white lie. It's
a little kitten lie. Oh you put it that way.
That's hysterical. Okay.

Speaker 3 (53:53):
Are you a lyric person When you listen to music,
do you pay attention to the lyrics?

Speaker 4 (53:58):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (53:58):
Okay, And if you've been paying attention to some of
the new music lyrics, and you might have noticed what
science noticed, and that is that music lyrics are getting dumber.
So science investigated all genres.

Speaker 1 (54:13):
We're talking rap, country, pop, R and B, and rock.

Speaker 3 (54:16):
So it's based on the number of different words that
are used within a song. That's decreased significantly since back
in the day, and the number of words with three
syllables are actually and they have increased in rap music.
So they're going a little bit smarter while everybody else
is going a little bit dummer.

Speaker 1 (54:36):
What doesn't nursery rhymes?

Speaker 14 (54:37):
Now?

Speaker 3 (54:39):
Got you thought you but that's why it works. But
it's dumber allegedly.

Speaker 1 (54:44):
That's funny.

Speaker 4 (54:45):
I want to kind of put that to the chest,
like a song that I like versus a song that
you guys really like from back in the day.

Speaker 1 (54:50):
Okay, it's not that much farther, But I don't mean
that sounds bad. It sounds like I'm calling you. Sit
you down in a corner and read green eggs and ham,
and then we can talk of trying to think of
what would be a smart song, Like what would be
a song that was smart. I don't know that.

Speaker 3 (55:07):
I don't This is probably not smart, so please don't
take this for that. But for some reason, whenever I
listen to Eminem, I listen to his words, Like I'm
not necessarily listening to the song. I find myself listening
to his story. As a rap music in general, I
find myself listening to the story more than anything else.

Speaker 1 (55:22):
Yeah, So I have that.

Speaker 4 (55:24):
Song ABC by Jackson five in my head right now.

Speaker 1 (55:26):
ABC. Okay, that's can't be a smart song, day. I mean,
those words are pretty easy, but.

Speaker 3 (55:34):
That's about simplicity, you know, it's explaining something. It's kind
of smart. Okay, we'll leave dumb songs and go straight
into eclipse chasers.

Speaker 1 (55:43):
Oh are you an eclipse chaser like a storm chaser.
You're getting close?

Speaker 3 (55:47):
Yes, actually yes, there is actually a man who is
about to see his thirteenth eclipse in real life. And
if you didn't know, Monday the eighth, we're getting closer
to it is going to be a solar eclipse. So
if you're not going to be in the line of totality,
which is really big in Texas, but if you are
not and you want to be an eclipse chaser, the

(56:09):
cool thing is NASA is actually going to be hosting
a live streaming event so they'll you'll be able to
see it front and center.

Speaker 1 (56:14):
That's cool, like front row.

Speaker 3 (56:16):
I think it's really cool because if you're going to
watch and eclipse, why not do it with NASA. They're
going to have all kinds of experts that are going
to be chiming in talking about what's going on. So yeah,
they're even going to talk about the International space.

Speaker 5 (56:28):
I want to stare at it, but you know you
can't do that without special glasses.

Speaker 1 (56:32):
I want to do without the glasses, though that's hard. Yeah,
I can do it. I think you can do it.

Speaker 5 (56:38):
Honestly, dear limits, I.

Speaker 1 (56:42):
Don't do what Jubil is not going to let him
do it. Don't try this at home with folks. And
that's what's trending.

Speaker 14 (56:51):
Jewbles dirty little secret?

Speaker 1 (56:53):
Hello, Hello, Hey, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 11 (56:58):
Yes, I do.

Speaker 1 (56:59):
We have dirty.

Speaker 12 (57:02):
On us.

Speaker 2 (57:04):
So I wanted to take this opportunity to share a
lesson with some of my favorite people, you guys, and
probably the listeners too. And that is that I got
scammed out of one thousand dollars.

Speaker 1 (57:18):
Oh so no, so it happens to all of us.
It happens to those of us who are perfectly smart.

Speaker 2 (57:27):
And just because you get scammed doesn't mean you're stupid. True,
think you time you feel confused, ask another person for
help and hopefully you won't end up like me.

Speaker 1 (57:39):
Oh well, that's nice of you to say that for
other people. I'm sorry you got scammed. Yeah, what was
the scam? It was a zell scam.

Speaker 2 (57:47):
So I was selling prom dresses on Facebook marketplace and
a woman wanted to purchase the dress, and she said
that she sent me money via Zel, which I had
never used before, and that there was then a response
saying that I needed to upgrade my account in order
to receive the funds from her, and that she needed

(58:09):
to send me an additional two hundred dollars which would
go to my account. So like an account verification process
definitely sounds sketchy.

Speaker 1 (58:18):
I know that in retrospect.

Speaker 2 (58:20):
But I also received an email saying, you know this
person sent you this money, here's what needs to happen.
So basically, they were asking me to send money to
verify my account and it was all fake.

Speaker 1 (58:35):
The woman who asked to bry the dress was in
on the scam.

Speaker 2 (58:41):
You know. The person who I was speaking to who
said they were from Zell kept assuring me, you know,
the only way to complete the process is for you
to send us these funds that we can release the ure.
So thinking that I'm doing this woman a favor, that
like I have to do this, when all along it

(59:02):
was just a huge scam and I ended up losing
a little under one thousand dollars.

Speaker 1 (59:08):
Oh gosh, praying on the good souls. Yep, it's messed up.
That is why I don't have any bills. They're all
scamming me. A credit card company keeps saying that I
owe them money and I'm like, haha, not today.

Speaker 2 (59:24):
A lot of people I know have been talking recently
about getting scammed, and so that was why, you know,
I listened to you guys every morning, and I was like,
this is a perfect opportunity to make sure that everybody
who is listening knows that this is out there. They'll
be careful and ask for help if you start to
feel confused.

Speaker 1 (59:42):
Okay, Jill, thank you for that. That's nice of you.
Then thank you for your dirty little secret. Thank you guys. Okay,
day hey bye, hello, hello, Hey, what's up? You have
a dirty little secret?

Speaker 7 (59:54):
I do?

Speaker 1 (59:55):
Actually, sweet?

Speaker 7 (59:57):
What is it?

Speaker 10 (59:57):
So?

Speaker 17 (59:58):
My best friend actually has been cast fishing her crush
online with.

Speaker 1 (01:00:07):
Yeah and poor thing.

Speaker 7 (01:00:10):
Like, I know, it sounds.

Speaker 17 (01:00:11):
Crazy, but she's just super insecure and I'm always getting
attention versus her. Not that I think I'm prettier than her,
It just somehow always happens like that. But the way
that I found out is that her crush messaged me
and said that, hey, this is what's going on and
is actually into me. And I'm actually kind of into

(01:00:32):
him now.

Speaker 1 (01:00:34):
And so I don't know if.

Speaker 17 (01:00:36):
I should tell her that I know, or if I
should even tell her that I now, like this guy who.

Speaker 7 (01:00:41):
She's been using my pictures to catfish.

Speaker 1 (01:00:43):
I mean, honestly, it's her fault. Yeah, she kind of
set herself up for it. What would she do when
he wants to meet up?

Speaker 7 (01:00:51):
Right?

Speaker 1 (01:00:52):
I don't think the catfisher ever thinks through that bar
for some reason.

Speaker 7 (01:00:55):
Yeah yeah, I really don't think she thought that through.

Speaker 1 (01:00:58):
I feel so bad, but I mean, like you said,
it's her fall. She should have done that. Yeah wow wow.
So yeah, I mean, what are you gonna do?

Speaker 7 (01:01:06):
I think I'm just gonna date them, do it?

Speaker 1 (01:01:09):
Enjoy yourself. Thanks for your dirty little secret.

Speaker 11 (01:01:14):
Thanks?

Speaker 1 (01:01:14):
Yeah bye? What's your dirty little secret
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