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March 18, 2024 57 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
You just have a good day. Wait God, brush cheeths.
Put some blush on.

Speaker 2 (00:03):
Go in your silly little closet and look for that
silly little cute off.

Speaker 1 (00:06):
That you've been wanting to wear.

Speaker 3 (00:07):
Put it on.

Speaker 1 (00:08):
Look up the most esthetically pleasing cafes near you. Choose one.
Drive there, near far, it doesn't matter, and then sit
your cute little butt.

Speaker 4 (00:15):
Writ in that cute little gear, read a book, eat
some scoons, drink a cappuccino.

Speaker 3 (00:20):
And have a good spindet.

Speaker 1 (00:22):
There you go. Where are you gonna with your cute
little butt today? Well, this is going viral of things
you can do in sixty minutes that will instantly turn
your day around. We'll go over it right after this.
It's a jewel show.

Speaker 3 (00:34):
What is so?

Speaker 5 (00:35):
Woh's up? Every good girl?

Speaker 6 (00:37):
He's a little dum every black point, he's a little lone.

Speaker 7 (00:42):
If you put it down, I'm gonna pick it up. Guys,
Just see, it's just making you pande. That's the point
of booby on the bean.

Speaker 5 (00:51):
That's the energy. That's the limit.

Speaker 7 (00:54):
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He don't make it flip with with no handles never
sut your side only for the enangles.

Speaker 3 (01:04):
Oh we go craty like brahmble.

Speaker 6 (01:07):
So sud heavy good girl. He's a lift up every
lost boy. And he's a little love. If you put
it down, I'm gonna pick.

Speaker 5 (01:16):
It up and up a sad heavy good turn. He's
a lift up every blast boil. He's a little loud
if you put it down and I'm gonna pick it up.
Hit a mouth, hit a up and the truck got
it tuck. He gave it up. He's stuck on that
and like you ain't gotta.

Speaker 8 (01:37):
Sayway how it aside?

Speaker 7 (01:39):
There fufully in a fender. He don't make it flips,
do it with no handles. Never put your side only
for enangles.

Speaker 5 (01:47):
Oh we go create the like Grambo, but it sud
every good girl. He's a lift up every blast boy.
He's a little love.

Speaker 7 (01:58):
If you put it down, I'm a pick itt up.

Speaker 5 (02:01):
What is up? Heavy goose girl.

Speaker 6 (02:05):
He's a little doughy black boy. He's a little loud.
If he's put it down and I'll pick it up.

Speaker 1 (02:12):
I don't care.

Speaker 5 (02:12):
Everyone streaks con gets it coming come to me. I'm
not away. Walk in a wate maake.

Speaker 7 (02:20):
He's gonna keep it red on the sail and red,
I wan't tell my name.

Speaker 5 (02:27):
I can't even day.

Speaker 6 (02:31):
You'll soos up every good girl he is a little dum.

Speaker 5 (02:39):
Every luck boy he's a little loud. If you put
it down, I'm gonna pick it up.

Speaker 1 (02:46):
What's up?

Speaker 5 (02:47):
Every good girl? He's a little dough.

Speaker 6 (02:50):
Every black boys a little loud if you put it down,
and I'm gonna pick it up.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
I'm still in bed. My brain is telling me two
eyes one, but today is completely over. It's not I
have so much time to do so many things too,
that I have not done anything with my days so far.

Speaker 3 (03:03):
That's a lie too.

Speaker 2 (03:04):
I creciated some things, and I meditated, and I did
have a whirdle, and I have watched.

Speaker 3 (03:08):
So many talks that I enjoyed. I enjoyed those two talks,
and my enjoyment is important to me. To get up,
We're going to do something.

Speaker 1 (03:14):
It's the Jewill Show. I think a lot of people
know that feeling. Yeah, there's so little time, but actually,
if you think about it, you've done quite a bit.
Every single day. I do that, and I get up
at three in the morning and I work out, and
I meditate and the sit in the sauna, and then
I take a nice cold bath, and then I get
in the shower, and then I go to work sometimes
on time happy if I wake up, and then then

(03:35):
I do work things, and then I try to do
something in the afternoon, and then I take care of
a puppy, and then at the end of the day,
I'm like, I did nothing today. Well, there's a list
of things you can do in sixty minutes that will
turn your whole day around. So let's go over it.
Learn a tiny topic in depth. Interesting because something that

(03:56):
they say can turn your day around. So pick something
that you've always want wanted to know more about but
never had time. Spend a few hours looking into the
Sahara desert OK, very cool, or the Napoleonic Wars, or
how to properly poach an egg. I don't know, whatever
you want. If you have a look at your search
history would be really interesting. Jubil, We're going over a
list of things you can do in sixty minutes that

(04:18):
will instantly improve your mood and improve your day. Message
five to ten people. Oh no, I don't think how
disagree with that anything? I totally disagree with that.

Speaker 9 (04:27):
I think that monopolizes your time if you're just sending
them random messages and you don't know what kind of
mood they're in. So if you send a message to
somebody and all of a sudden you get this download
of a bunch of like, your mood changes and it
goes backwards.

Speaker 1 (04:39):
So five to ten's a lot, maybe like one to
two that you know that you can trust. What I
do every morning is I send a couple people gratitude
text message, just hey, appreciate you. Okay, So then you
know you're not asking anything from them, but it does
make you feel good. They're gonna wake up and they're
going to go, oh, weird, he was thinking about me?
What was he doing? You know? Nice? I don't think
I've ever gotten one of those me either. Does anybody

(05:01):
have five to ten friends? I could borrow? What that's
the other thing, you gotta have five. If you don't
have five to ten people that you can message, don't
think about that one because it could actually turn your
day around the other way. Yeah. Yeah, there's a lot
of things that can go fishy there. We're going over
a list of things you can do in sixty minutes
that will instantly improve your mood and improve your day.
Go to the gym and lift heavy things. Yes, I

(05:22):
agree with that. Not weights, just heavy things to move
things around, says, Get sweaty and release some toxins while
boosting feel good chemicals. You can't help but feel better
after you do that.

Speaker 10 (05:32):
True. I usually feel better after I go to the gym,
but I'm not lifting heavy things. I'm getting those little
baby weights.

Speaker 1 (05:36):
And I feel great after. I'm like, wow, I did
so many, let's go. Another thing that can put you
in a better mood is if you act as if
you're having a great day. Take it till you make it. Yeah,
pretty much. That's what I do every day. You have
an actual bad day, you just ignore it. You just
go no, I'm not isens today great? Come on, man,

(05:58):
it's great. Don't look at the mirror and tell us
how good it is. I'm so happy crying. Another thing
you can do to put you in a better mood instantly,
according to this list, is going viral is go hand
on a punching bag. Okay, does anyone have a punching

(06:19):
bag I can borrow? Yes, I do. I have a
few at the house because I have to do that
to get a better mood. Another thing that I do
to get in a better mood if I'm really having
a tough day, is I have what I call the
anger garden. What is an anger garden. It's outside on
the side of my house. I have a sledgehammer and
I have a bunch of like bricks, and then I
just go out there and I break bricks until I
can't break anymore, until I'm exhausted.

Speaker 9 (06:39):
WHOA Okay, but it lets it all out. People pay
for that room. Pay to go to a rage room.
Jubile has one for.

Speaker 1 (06:44):
Free on the side of the house. Break bricks. Yeah,
you wear eye goggles, That's what I'm thinking, Like, the
shards are gonna get in your eye. No, I do
without eye goggles and barefoot. What I mean anger? Hey?
You know, like, are you strong enough to do that?

Speaker 11 (06:56):
Screw it.

Speaker 1 (06:57):
If I get hit in the eye, I deserve it
because I'm angry and I don't want to be this angry.
So if I can hit an eye, it's fine. It's
actually the thing I used to do when I was
a kid, when I was upset, I would grab a
hammer and I'll go break rocks. And one time one
did hit me in the air.

Speaker 10 (07:08):
Right.

Speaker 1 (07:08):
Oh really? Yeah. Another thing you can do to put
yourself in a better mood instantly is right about about
something that worries you. They say, get open and get
real and get all emotional. Oh no, can negative.

Speaker 12 (07:23):
There's a thing called morning pages where you just write
whatever comes into your brain for like three pages, and
a lot of people say, I mean, that's kind of
the same thing.

Speaker 1 (07:31):
But you just write whatever comes to your brain. It
doesn't matter what it is, you just write it down.

Speaker 9 (07:34):
I just get really nervous because I've got a stack
of like journals next to my bed that I've been
doing that in for years, and I have to know
where they are at all times because if anybody gets
hold of these pages.

Speaker 1 (07:43):
Oh yeah, they'll be like whoa, all right, so we
need to call the cops. Mina's Anger Dark Yeah, another
one on the list. I did it yesterday morning and
it worked. I was in a great mood yesterday morning.

Speaker 13 (07:57):
I was you were.

Speaker 1 (07:58):
Actually I'm always in a good mood in the morning
because I like mornings. But I was in like a
great mood, laugh hysterically for five minutes. Although you will
feel like a psychopath. What were you laughing? At yesterday
and just laughing to try to get in a good mood.
I was like, this is fun. I'm gonna try this,
and I just was standing in front of the mirror
just crack it up. It's a little scary. Yeah, it's

(08:19):
super scary. Am I actually going insane because I am
feeling better? But I might be crazy? I'm not sure.

Speaker 13 (08:29):
Works.

Speaker 1 (08:29):
My old dog definitely thought I was crazy. It's another
jubile phone frame Mornings on the twenties.

Speaker 3 (08:43):
Hi, this is This is Candice.

Speaker 11 (08:45):
Can I help you?

Speaker 1 (08:45):
My name is ped Deacons and I would like to
lodge a complaint. Can I speak to your manager? Please?

Speaker 11 (08:49):
Oh my goodness, I'm well, hip. I hope you're well.

Speaker 14 (08:52):
I'm the manager.

Speaker 1 (08:53):
I'm not well. Can I speak to the manager.

Speaker 3 (08:56):
I'm the manager. I'm happy to hellow you.

Speaker 1 (08:58):
Okay, so I got to manage one.

Speaker 3 (09:00):
What's your name again, Candace?

Speaker 1 (09:01):
Candace? I have a complaint and I would like to
lodge it right now, no problem. How your restaurant ruined
my life?

Speaker 11 (09:09):
Oh gosha, I'm so sorry to hear that.

Speaker 3 (09:11):
Can you provide me some details?

Speaker 1 (09:13):
Yes, I can provide you details of how your restaurant
completely ruined my life. I may not recover from what
happened to me while I was at your restaurant, and
ok we need to figure out how to make this
better because I'm very upset, obviously. I hope you can
pick up on that. Are you picking up on the
back that I'm upset? Are you picking up when I'm
putting down? Because when I'm putting it down.

Speaker 12 (09:29):
Is a whole lot.

Speaker 1 (09:30):
I'm upset.

Speaker 3 (09:31):
I'm picking it up. But in order to help you,
I need some contact.

Speaker 14 (09:35):
Okay, I can't help you if I don't know exactly
what you're referring to.

Speaker 1 (09:39):
I want your server named Julio fired right away, and
I need to be compensated for the damage cost.

Speaker 14 (09:47):
Okay, I just need to know why I should fire
one of my best servers and exactly what dan you're
talking about it.

Speaker 1 (09:55):
I'll tell you. I'll tell you.

Speaker 3 (09:56):
So.

Speaker 1 (09:56):
I was in there the other night dining with my girlfriend.
Your sake was very good. It's delicious, actually very perfectly cooked.

Speaker 11 (10:05):
Thank you, perfectly cooked.

Speaker 1 (10:07):
But that's not going to make up for the fact
that you ruined my life.

Speaker 3 (10:10):
Okay, listen, I would love to help you.

Speaker 14 (10:13):
I have a little bit of a line for me
so if I could just get the details, I'll give
them to you. Then I could maybe talk to Julio and.

Speaker 1 (10:22):
I will give them to you. I was in there
the other night for a romantic dinner with my girlfriend
m H. And who was my waiter, Julio exactly. Okay,
do I have to say much more?

Speaker 14 (10:34):
And I'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (10:37):
I was planning on proposing to my girlfriend that night
and making her my fiance.

Speaker 14 (10:43):
Oh congratulations, don't congratulate me because it never happened.

Speaker 1 (10:47):
Not only that, but she left. Yes, it is for clargy.

Speaker 3 (10:53):
This is Julio.

Speaker 1 (10:54):
It's all Julio's fault. It's your restaurant's fault, so therefore
it's also kind of your fault, and it's your server,
Julio's fault. Yes, she left me that night because of
what happened at the restaurant.

Speaker 14 (11:05):
Okay, just to clarify, you asked her or you're asking
was interrupted?

Speaker 1 (11:10):
Well, I was going to ask her, and I did
not get a chance because of Julio. Right, here's what happened, Okay.
I was about to propose and then Julio came up
to introduce himself as our server. And when I looked up,
I saw him, and I mean, let's be honest, he
is a sexy man. So I proceeded to tell my

(11:34):
girlfriend that night how attractive he was, and I hit
on Julio and she didn't like it, and she left
me before I could even propose.

Speaker 14 (11:43):
Uh huh, let me get this straight. You are upset
and complaining and taking my time right now and blaming
Julio for being an attractive man that you were attracted to.
But you're there with your girlfriend about your to propose
to Julio.

Speaker 1 (12:01):
Julio ruined it.

Speaker 14 (12:04):
No, you ruined it by coming on to Julio. And
actually you're the one who should be fired from this situation.
Oh Harry, well, I'm not.

Speaker 1 (12:15):
Sure if you've worked in this How long has you
word in the customer service industry? Have you ever heard of?
The term of the customer is always right. Your server
ruined my engagement, therefore ruining my future plans. I have
blended on getting married, having family, all that stuff, and
now it's never going to happen because of Julio and
your your restaurant.

Speaker 14 (12:30):
At listen, the customer is right. That woman who you
were with, she was right. Glad that your fiance said No,
you deserve to be alone, and you deserve to be miserable.
You're wallowing in your misery. You won't pull yourself out
of it. Don't drag me down with you. Don't drag Julio,
and do not come to my restaurant again, and do
not valve here again. You know what, You're a weird

(12:54):
Why are you laughing?

Speaker 1 (12:55):
I'm laughing because this is actually Jubil from the Jubil
Show doing a phone prank on you and your server.
Julio set you up. Actually I'm going to He said,
you deal with a lot of weird complaints, so he
wanted me to call up with the weirdest one.

Speaker 11 (13:12):
You don't even know.

Speaker 3 (13:13):
I deal with so many whears of late.

Speaker 14 (13:15):
This one definitely what's the weirdest?

Speaker 10 (13:18):
So you got me?

Speaker 3 (13:19):
You got me.

Speaker 10 (13:20):
Good?

Speaker 1 (13:21):
Wake up every morning with Jubile phone franks.

Speaker 11 (13:24):
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all. Now it's
time for Nina. What's trending?

Speaker 1 (13:30):
Time for Nina's what's trending?

Speaker 3 (13:32):
What was that?

Speaker 1 (13:35):
First of all? I love that, but it's fun Producer
Sharky's making fun interest.

Speaker 12 (13:39):
For you again.

Speaker 1 (13:41):
Yes, I feel so special? All right, who's got the
brackets ready.

Speaker 9 (13:46):
Whether you follow the college basketball NCAA tournament or not,
who's got the brackets ready? Yeah, because the brackets are set,
the matchups are scheduled, and March Madness is on.

Speaker 1 (13:58):
Wow, I've been practicing that, but.

Speaker 9 (14:02):
This year the number one seeds are Yukon, Houston, Purdue,
and North Carolina. And then you can go ahead and
make your pick space off of that or whatever else.
The only time I ever did a bracket, I did
it blindly and I won. Wait why Yeah, because sometimes
that's just the best way to do it, because if
you have too much information, you can kind of get
in your own way.

Speaker 1 (14:21):
Yeah, I guess that's true. You kind of have the
teams you hear the most in your head, or the
colors that you like, and whether you know or not, Like,
it's always just fun to participate.

Speaker 9 (14:33):
There is a new viral trend that's supposed to help
you with a headache, and it's called hair cracking. Okay,
so all I see is hair cracking and how to
look further. But essentially, if you have a migraine or
attention headache, what people are doing all over the internet
is they're saying that you should grab your hair and
pull on it, but pull on it so much that

(14:54):
you hear a cracking noise.

Speaker 3 (14:56):
No.

Speaker 9 (14:57):
The problem with that is dermatologists are now saying that
you can actually rip, yeah, the skin that's attached to
your skull, and it can exacerbate inflammation in the scalp
and potentially worse than the headache. Not to mention there
could be blood that starts at around in there.

Speaker 12 (15:14):
Being a doctor in twenty twenty four has to be
the wildest thing that has ever existed, because every time
they go on the other they're like, that's not true.

Speaker 1 (15:22):
I have to send out public service announcements. Please don't
do anything you see on the internet. Please just come
talk to us first, right, I mean, remember when it
was eating tide pods. You should be that simple. But
here following the craziest if you just walk around ripping
their hair out going, I'm on my headaches better, we're

(15:44):
not a bright.

Speaker 12 (15:46):
I had this thought over the weekend about gen Z.
They're just ignoring all the things we already figured out.

Speaker 1 (15:52):
They're like, no, we want to.

Speaker 12 (15:54):
Bet and they're just trying everything over again, and were like, guys,
we already learned these lessons.

Speaker 1 (15:59):
Please to that point gen Z is making tanning beds
trend again.

Speaker 10 (16:03):
Oh my god, we need for ourselves to learn them
for ourselves, right.

Speaker 1 (16:10):
So I think we just be quiet and keep all
of our information and knowledge to ourselves. Yeah, we'll sell
you courses, but they won't take them.

Speaker 3 (16:20):
We'll buy them.

Speaker 9 (16:21):
So remember when that lady was shopping online and she
was trying to buy something fancy from Neiman Marcus and
she ended up getting a cantatoona fish. Yeah, yeah, So
that happened again, but this time it was a woman
shopping at she and so instead of receiving whatever fast
fashion item she had purchased, she ended up receiving a
vial of blood. Nice what Yeah, So I'm not sure

(16:45):
what was happening there and how you order something and
ended up getting a vial of blood. Just to make
sure you check your packages before you open them in
front of your bed.

Speaker 1 (16:54):
My advice is would check your packages every dirty stuff
like on your bed. Check your packages. Okay, that's what's trending.
It's time to catch a cheater Only on the Jubile Show.
Roy is on the phone today for to catch a cheater.
He thinks that his girlfriend of three and a half
years might be messing around. Her name is Melissa. What's up?

Speaker 15 (17:13):
Roy?

Speaker 11 (17:14):
Hey, how you guys doing?

Speaker 1 (17:16):
Not too bad? Man? How are you well?

Speaker 3 (17:19):
You know?

Speaker 11 (17:20):
I mean kind of regrettable situation, to be honest.

Speaker 1 (17:22):
Yeah, I always hate when I ask that question on
this segment because obviously you're not doing the best. You
think that your partner might be cheating on you, and
I'm assuming this is kind of a last resort for you.

Speaker 11 (17:34):
Yeah, I mean, I don't know what else to do.
She just won't open up.

Speaker 1 (17:37):
To me, Okay, so tell us what's going on.

Speaker 11 (17:40):
So lately she's been just on the phone texting all
the time, and like, I don't know, she's just not
really paying much attention to seeing the loop. When I
ask her about it, she's kind of like, oh, you know,
don't worry about it. Kind of situation, you know. And
I just feel like I'm being less in the cold.
But I don't really know what's going on.

Speaker 1 (18:00):
Does she normally communicate with you pretty thoroughly?

Speaker 10 (18:03):
Like?

Speaker 1 (18:03):
Is this a different way for her to communicate with
you altogether?

Speaker 2 (18:06):
Yeah?

Speaker 11 (18:07):
It feels weird. She seems very frustrated with me, and
I don't get why. The only reason I'm even bringing
it up is because you know, we had a situation
in the past where she did cheat on me, and
this is making me suspicious.

Speaker 1 (18:19):
When was that?

Speaker 11 (18:20):
Was it recent or it was like six months ago?

Speaker 1 (18:24):
Obviously you decided to forgive her for that and try
to move forward.

Speaker 11 (18:28):
Yeah, and like we've been good, but the last few
weeks it's been just like weird. I don't know, I
feel like she's changing or something. It's really bothering me.

Speaker 1 (18:38):
What did it feel like when she cheated on you
six months ago? Does it feel like this?

Speaker 11 (18:42):
No, not exactly, because she was still talking to me.
So that was kind of a shock when I found out.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
You know, have you let her know that you're suspicious
that she's messing around? Like, have you asked questions?

Speaker 11 (18:53):
It not directly, but I've like asked her like what's
going on? Like why are you so cold? Like, you know,
I didn't want to be like too forward about the
cheating thing, you know, because it's like then then she
might pull back more So.

Speaker 9 (19:07):
When you found out she was cheating on you the
first time, did she admit to that or did you
catch her?

Speaker 3 (19:13):
Well?

Speaker 11 (19:13):
I caught her, but then she admitted it. It was
like some evidence, and then I like confronted her and
then she had ended up admitting it and it wasn't
like evidence. But once I kind of found the evidence,
I was like, is this what does this mean? And
then she told me the truth and so we had
a conversation and I decided to forget her and we
moved on.

Speaker 1 (19:31):
Okay, it is shady, you know, she's acting different. And
then the fact that that happened six months ago, and
you would think if it was that recent, she would
be going out of her way to make sure that
you knew she wasn't messing around, you know, Yeah, because
I'd be on edge too, Roy, Let's be honest.

Speaker 11 (19:48):
Yeah, And she's been late coming home and she's not
telling me.

Speaker 10 (19:50):
Why did you not the guy she originally cheated on with? Like, No,
have you met all her coworkers and like people who
she like works with? Do you trust people she worked I.

Speaker 11 (20:00):
Only know a couple of them that she's kind of
like more friends with. I don't know all of them,
and those are all those are like two females that
she's kind of close with.

Speaker 1 (20:08):
So when this happened before, did she give you details
about how she met that person.

Speaker 3 (20:14):
A little bit.

Speaker 11 (20:15):
It was more like I was more focused on the
betrayal than I was on the details of how Yeah,
I get it makes sense for sure.

Speaker 1 (20:22):
The reason I was asking you is I was wondering
if they were also a coworker.

Speaker 11 (20:27):
Yeah, so it wasn't a coworker we did. We definitely
confirm that.

Speaker 1 (20:30):
Okay, all right, cool, Well, we'll see if we can
figure it out for you. You told us what grocery
store she shops at and is a rewards card member at,
So we'll call her, pretend to be from there, and
say every single month, and we choose one rewards card
member at random who gets free flowers delivered from our
brand new and improof fol department, and we'll see if
she sends those to you or to somebody else.

Speaker 11 (20:49):
Okay, okay, it sounds good.

Speaker 1 (20:51):
All right, man, plays, I'll come back and get your
to catch teeter next, if you're just joining us for today,
is to catch a cheeter. Roy is on the phone
and Roy thinks that his girlfriend of three and a
half for years, Melissa, might be cheating on him. She
actually has cheated on him before. Six months ago he
caught her, and now he thinks it might be happening again,
So we're about to help him out real quick, Roy,

(21:11):
refresh everybody's memory. What's going on?

Speaker 11 (21:14):
Well, good, keep it quick. She's just been acting cold.
She's been texting a lot, looking at her phone a lot.
We haven't really been engaging like we used to. And
then she's coming home from work weight and she gets
frustrated whenever I mention it.

Speaker 1 (21:26):
All right, We're about to call her and pretend to
be from the grocery store that she's a rewards card
member at and tell her that every single month we
choose one rewards card member at random he gets free
flowers delivered from our beautiful, new and improved flowl department.
It's so nice. Yeah, well see if she believes that,
and if she sends the flowers to you or to
somebody else? Okay, you ready?

Speaker 15 (21:43):
Yes?

Speaker 11 (21:44):
All right?

Speaker 1 (21:44):
Cool? Medela the phone? OK right now? Hello, Hi, this
is Gorble calling from Is this Melissa?

Speaker 3 (22:02):
Does this? She?

Speaker 1 (22:04):
Melissa? Hi, you're a rewards card member with us and
I just wanted to say congratulations here this month's winner.

Speaker 3 (22:11):
I'm sorry I haven't heard of this before. What's going on?

Speaker 11 (22:14):
Oh?

Speaker 1 (22:14):
The flowers? You're this month's winner.

Speaker 3 (22:18):
I won flowers.

Speaker 1 (22:20):
Well, we recently reimagined our floral department, and to celebrate that,
we choose one Rewards Card member at random each month
who gets free flowers delivered from our brand new floral department.
We do delivery now. We're trying to get the word
out and also say thank you for shopping totally free.
Totally free thirty six long stem red roses, a card,

(22:40):
and a box of chocolates.

Speaker 3 (22:42):
That is so sweet.

Speaker 1 (22:44):
That is awesome for the flower delivery. If you know
who you want to send them to right now, I
can take the information in just a couple of minutes
on the phone.

Speaker 3 (22:53):
Uh yeah, I can do that right now. Like, what
do you guys need?

Speaker 1 (22:56):
All I would need is the first and last name
of the person you want to send them to. You
if you want to put anything on a card, I
would need that and then the address.

Speaker 3 (23:05):
Great okay, so yeah, I guess let's send them to.

Speaker 5 (23:10):
Roy.

Speaker 1 (23:12):
Did you want to include a card?

Speaker 3 (23:15):
I guess you can write like, hey love, sorry, I've
been really stressed out. Thanks for being there.

Speaker 1 (23:26):
Yeah, I got a question real quick, you know, if
you don't mind, how long you guys been together?

Speaker 3 (23:33):
Three and a half years?

Speaker 1 (23:34):
Three and a half years. Okay, so hey, real quick,
I just want to let you know that this is
actually the Jubile Show. It's a radio show, not the
grocery store at all. That's Nina, What Why? And that's Victoria.
There's three people on the phone right now.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
What's this about?

Speaker 1 (23:51):
We do a segment on our show called to Catch
a Cheater, and your boyfriend Roy is actually on the phone.
He's been listening the whole time and it's weird. Yeah,
it's a segment where we try to see if somebody
is messing around their significant other.

Speaker 3 (24:05):
Roy, are you there? Hi? Care to explain what the
heck is going on here?

Speaker 11 (24:12):
I mean, I'm kind of relieved that you sent me
the roses, but I'm sorry I didn't trust you.

Speaker 3 (24:17):
Boy. I'm not cheating on you.

Speaker 11 (24:19):
I mean, it was just hard to believe you've been
so cold and like stressed out and like you're just
acting weird with me lately. I don't know, Like, when
are you going to trust me when the wounds are healed.
I'm still hurting.

Speaker 3 (24:34):
That was six months ago. I cheated on you six
months ago, like that you forgave me. That's that I
feel like it's time to move on.

Speaker 11 (24:44):
It would be easier if I knew why you were
texting and looking at your phone all the time and
not engaging with me. I just feel like you've been
distant and it's opening the wound up again.

Speaker 3 (24:54):
Okay, you want to hear all of the boring work stuff,
that's fine.

Speaker 11 (24:58):
You know that.

Speaker 3 (24:58):
I want to keep work as work and home at home.
It's a stressful job.

Speaker 16 (25:02):
I don't really want.

Speaker 3 (25:03):
To talk about it, but I guess I'm here on
the radio freaking talking about it. So I have a
new coworker. They're my superior.

Speaker 16 (25:09):
They are stressing me out because they're texting me constantly
about like everything.

Speaker 3 (25:14):
Like they're new in town, what grocery store to go to,
what bar to go to?

Speaker 16 (25:18):
Everything that they could, Like I'm their personal assistant and
I just want to get home, turn on the tv,
like relax a little bit, and not think about it
for like a second. But then they just keep texting me.
So I don't want to talk about it. And that's
literally all that it is.

Speaker 11 (25:34):
Okay, Yeah, So what's this person that you're texting? The
name is this new coworker? You're like, you have right,
why do you care with their name?

Speaker 3 (25:40):
Why is that important?

Speaker 11 (25:41):
But we're in a relationship. I feel like, if you're
texting somebody all the time, I'd like to at least
know who they are.

Speaker 3 (25:50):
You got to trust me, Like, I don't need to
tell you this.

Speaker 11 (25:53):
This is making it harder.

Speaker 1 (25:56):
Yeah, why wouldn't you just tell the name of your coworker?

Speaker 3 (25:58):
Fine, okay, Jason, that's his name.

Speaker 11 (26:01):
Oh so it is a guy.

Speaker 3 (26:04):
I'm gonna have male coworkers.

Speaker 11 (26:06):
I mean, the fact that you're hiding it from me
is that makes it more suspicious.

Speaker 9 (26:10):
I think you both have points here. I think Melissa
it's fair to be open and respond to his questions.
And then also, Roy, if you are going to forgive
her for cheating on you, you do have to trust her.

Speaker 11 (26:24):
Look, I'm choosing to trust you, but like I'm still hurting.
And the fact that, like, you're texting somebody all the
time and it's a guy, even though he's your coworker,
and you wouldn't tell me anything about what was going on,
that it makes me suspicious. And I'm choosing to lay
that aside for the sake of our relationship. But like,
you gotta let me know what's going on.

Speaker 3 (26:45):
When I ask you, right, I already said that I would.
Can we just like drop this? He's my coworker, see that.

Speaker 11 (26:52):
That doesn't help. I feel like your attitude right now
is like super defensive, and that makes it I am.

Speaker 3 (26:57):
Not being defensive. I am not the defensive. Okay, I
told you what I told you, But I gotta go.

Speaker 14 (27:06):
I gotta go back to work.

Speaker 3 (27:07):
Okay, I'll see you later.

Speaker 1 (27:09):
Okay, let's throw it to a vote. Is something going
on Nina? I want to say no, but she's curious,
like I think she's attracted to Jason. Okay, Victoria, I
don't know.

Speaker 10 (27:21):
It's the defensiveness that's getting me. Like she's too defensive
to not for nothing to be going on in my opinion. Yeah,
and the person whose opinion really matters, Roy, what what
do you think?

Speaker 11 (27:31):
I'm having really mixed opinions because she sent me the
roses without hesitation. But like when I said you're being defensive,
she blew up.

Speaker 9 (27:38):
That's why she's not cheating on you right now? Roy,
and I think we have to watch the situation closely.

Speaker 1 (27:43):
Yeah, yeah, I want you to think about it. She
didn't sound very reasonable and willing to see your side
and she is the one that cheated.

Speaker 11 (27:51):
Right, Yeah, I mean I've been faithful.

Speaker 1 (27:54):
Okay, I think Roy, ultimately, is she worth maybe getting
hurt again?

Speaker 11 (28:00):
I'm quiet right now, I'm questioning. I wanted to say
yes when it was kind of like what the roses
she gave them to me? But now like her response
was pretty unreasonable.

Speaker 1 (28:11):
It was if you continue the relationship with her, it
could happen again. Right, maybe not, but like if you
do choose to trust her, you got to trust her,
and you do know you could open yourself up to
her doing it again. Are you willing to take that risk?
I guess is what you have to what I feel
like you have to the things you have to weigh.

Speaker 11 (28:33):
Yeah, I'm still on the fence. I mean I think
I'm going to try and give her a chance, and
if the behavior doesn't change, I'm just gonna call it quits.

Speaker 1 (28:41):
Okay, Well, let us know. Keep us updated, man, Yeah, goodluck, Roy, Yeah,
we're playing for you.

Speaker 11 (28:45):
Appreciate your help. Guys.

Speaker 1 (28:47):
Yeah, no problem, And if you if it ends up
not working out, don't worry. We can find you another
date from someone who texting the show. We've got a
lot of people texting and who want dates all the time?
So to is here to Victoria too?

Speaker 10 (28:56):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (28:57):
Anybody Hi.

Speaker 3 (29:02):
A girl?

Speaker 1 (29:04):
Okay, I'm done, thank you?

Speaker 11 (29:08):
Okay, Victoria, I'll keep that in mind, all right.

Speaker 3 (29:12):
The Jebel shows to catch a Cheater?

Speaker 1 (29:15):
Can I take your order?

Speaker 3 (29:16):
Am I gonna?

Speaker 11 (29:17):
Tallie had a.

Speaker 16 (29:18):
Large black coffee?

Speaker 3 (29:20):
Large black cost Do you mean a venty?

Speaker 10 (29:23):
No?

Speaker 3 (29:23):
I mean he means event Yeah, the biggest one you got.

Speaker 13 (29:26):
Venty is large is twenty Danny large is large. In fact,
cole is large and grande is Spanish for large. Venty's
the only one that doesn't mean large. It's also the
only one that's Italian. Congratulations for stupid three light?

Speaker 1 (29:40):
Which time for you versus Victoria America's favorite trivia game.
Your chance to take on Victoria Ramirez in a game
of trivia to see who gets the star in the
new action venture movie Triviana Jones. So cool, so cool? Yeah.
Also kid cutting tickets and let's meet today's contestant for
you versus Victoria. Alvin was Alvin? How are you not much?

(30:03):
You sounds serious? He's ready to win. You're very serious
about this game today, aren't you?

Speaker 11 (30:08):
Oh? What's serious?

Speaker 15 (30:09):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (30:09):
Okay, Well, then we'll send Victoria out of the studio
and Alvin, the game is played like this. You have
thirty seconds answer as many questions as possible. If you
don't know when esse pass and Victoria has to beat
you outright to win. Okay, I'm good deal. Here we go, Alvin.
Your time starts. Now. What country consumes the most gas
every year?

Speaker 11 (30:31):
China?

Speaker 1 (30:32):
The voice of Bart Simpson. Nancy Cartwright has a famous niece.

Speaker 11 (30:35):
Who is she?

Speaker 1 (30:39):
Where's the driest place on earth?

Speaker 11 (30:45):
Africa?

Speaker 1 (30:46):
The United States bought Alaska from which country?

Speaker 3 (30:50):
Canada?

Speaker 1 (30:51):
Taylor Swift's Look What You Made Me Do? Samples? What
nineteen ninety one songs? All right? Got that in. We'll
bring Victoria back in the studio while she's getting all settled. Alvin,
very serious, man, But what's something interesting that you would
like the world to know about you today?

Speaker 11 (31:07):
I just got under dog?

Speaker 1 (31:09):
Oh yeah, what kind of dog?

Speaker 11 (31:12):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (31:12):
Little popularttle black lab.

Speaker 1 (31:16):
What's its name?

Speaker 11 (31:18):
Striker name?

Speaker 1 (31:21):
Yeah, exactly, he's a black Lab. But he doesn't play
at all, does he? He just sits there. My name
is Striker. Yes, I speak English for this weekend? Do
all right? Victoria is back in studio. Victoria, are you ready?
I think so? Here we go thirty seconds. Answer as
many questions as possible. If you don't know one, just
say pass and you have to beat alvind outright to win? Yep, right,

(31:45):
Victoria your time? What country can you change the most
gas every year? Uh? Wait? Consume?

Speaker 10 (31:53):
What? What?

Speaker 11 (31:53):
I don't know?

Speaker 9 (31:54):
You asked the voice of Bart Simpson. Nancy Cartwright has
a famous niece.

Speaker 1 (31:57):
Who is she?

Speaker 10 (31:59):
What?

Speaker 8 (32:00):
I don't know?

Speaker 9 (32:00):
Homer Simpson? Okay, where's the driest place on earth? Is
here a desert?

Speaker 1 (32:06):
The United States bought Alaska?

Speaker 15 (32:08):
From?

Speaker 1 (32:08):
Which country we bought?

Speaker 11 (32:10):
Wait? What we did? Wow?

Speaker 5 (32:12):
Guys, I don't know.

Speaker 1 (32:12):
Canada is a bad thing. Taylor Swifts. Look what you
made me do? Samples? What nineteen ninety one song? I
wasn't even born then? Why is that a question? I
had no questions from before Victoria was born. No, that's
not fair.

Speaker 5 (32:24):
I don't know it.

Speaker 1 (32:25):
Wait, you don't know it? Question made me do?

Speaker 11 (32:28):
No?

Speaker 3 (32:28):
Quote?

Speaker 5 (32:29):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (32:29):
I'm trying to act as if I can guess a song.

Speaker 11 (32:31):
No, I don't know.

Speaker 1 (32:32):
Well, let's go to the scoreboards. See how you guys
did with such a ride? Every time? The scoreboard producer bread.
I get unreasonably frustrated at the way she answered her questions.

Speaker 12 (32:42):
Frank Olvin, you didn't get any right, but Victoria did
get one.

Speaker 1 (32:48):
Who congratulations Victoria. Yeah, rare victory. Then I'm sorry, rare victory.
Really it is very rarely. So yeah, they are hard questions,
to be fair, Victoria, you star in the new action
adventure movie Trevianna Jones. When did we start filming? Whenever
you want? You gotta make it yourself. That's part of it.

(33:12):
I could actually make that an You got kid cutting
tickets just for playing man. Yep. Let's go over the
answers now with Nina. So the US does consume the
most gas every year?

Speaker 5 (33:24):
Oh?

Speaker 1 (33:25):
Really?

Speaker 11 (33:25):
Yeah?

Speaker 9 (33:26):
The voice of Bart Simpson Nancy Cartwright. Her famous niece
is Sabrina Carpenter, not Homer Simpson. At the bottom, the
highest place on Earth is Antarctica, the United States, bottle Asca, Russia.

Speaker 1 (33:41):
Antarctica is the driest place on Earth, according to this. Yeah,
I don't know if I believe that.

Speaker 9 (33:46):
Taylor Sis, look what you made me do? Samples right,
said friends, I'm too sexy.

Speaker 1 (33:50):
I'm too sexy for body.

Speaker 11 (33:52):
You know.

Speaker 1 (33:53):
That's No, that's not true. Exhausting, Victoria. Know, I just
like I liked your when you're answering the question for
who America bought Alaska from. You're like really great, like
that from America. The way he said it was like, no,

(34:16):
we're greedy.

Speaker 9 (34:17):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (34:18):
I just like it's got good energy. You route for everybody.
Even then in since you're like he did good for us,
that's awesome. She really does. Alvin, Congratulations, thank you for playing.
We play You Versus Victoria the same time every single
weekday morning, so tune in next time when we play
You versus Victoria.

Speaker 14 (34:32):
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Speaker 1 (34:39):
Jessica is on the phone today for a first date
follow up, and she's getting ghosted by a dude named Chase.
So we're gonna call him in a little while and
see if he'll tell us why he's ghostinger and maybe
get her another date. But first, Jessica, how long has
it been since you heard from Chase?

Speaker 3 (34:52):
Hey?

Speaker 8 (34:52):
So, yeah, it's been about a week since I texted him.
He responded the first time, but since his first response,
I haven't heard anything.

Speaker 1 (35:01):
Back, Okay, how did you guys meet? And then what
was that date like?

Speaker 8 (35:05):
So we actually met at a club, and honestly, it
was like more of a rave than a club, and
I don't even go out that much, so I was
just like letting loose after a long week, and I
was dancing next to him and we were both just
having a good time, not really talking, and then I
bumped right into him, but he caught me before I fell.

(35:27):
Hall Mark moved very romantic. I looked up at him
and I smiled and I was just like immediately smitten.
He was so gorgeous. So we danced for a little
bit and then I asked if he wants to if
we wanted to go to the bar for a drink,
And I know it sounds like a wrong com but
it actually literally did happen that way. And then we

(35:48):
just went to the bar and sat there getting to
know each other. Well, we tried to because it was
extremely loud in the club, so I think he was
there like with his friend celebrating something, but I could
really tell what he was saying half the time. And
also we were both pretty drunk and there were some
extra party favors that we had as well, so we

(36:10):
were definitely feeling a little handsy, and he didn't live
that far from the clubs. So he asked if I
wanted to go to his place for a little quiet time,
that's what he called it, and I agreed, and so
we both just walked a couple of blocks to his place.
We sobered up a bit. We were still feeling kind
of brisky, so we kind of like briskly walked to

(36:33):
his place, and once we got there, I definitely made
the first move and he was okay with that, so,
you know, clothes were flying off.

Speaker 1 (36:44):
Wow, that doesn't sound like quiet time to me compared
to a rave.

Speaker 8 (36:48):
I can't say everything that happened that night this is
the morning show. But afterwards we laid in bed and
in like a backwards date kind of way, we actually
got to know each.

Speaker 1 (36:59):
Other a lot better after all that. Like, so the
next morning, you guys talked and really got to know
each other.

Speaker 8 (37:04):
Yeah, we just kind of spent the whole night talking
and we mostly talked about our shared music taste. Because
we were both pard Ravers in our younger days. We
didn't really talk about work or relationships or anything boring.
We just wanted to have fun with the night, and
we laid there until the early hours of the morning,

(37:26):
and then I had to get up early the next day,
and I just went home, playing the whole night in
my head over and over again. And I texted him
the next day and he told me he texted me back,
and he said he talked to me tomorrow. But that
was over a week ago, and I texted a couple
more times. I tried calling, but it went straight to voicemail.

Speaker 1 (37:47):
What do you think could have happened?

Speaker 8 (37:50):
Honestly, I feel like maybe I was just too enthusiastic,
and I came on too strong, and I kind of
and I just sort of like hooked up with him
without really knowing him at all. And so I think
maybe I feel guilty about.

Speaker 3 (38:07):
The order of our gate.

Speaker 8 (38:09):
And I think maybe he just thought of it as
like a one night stand. And I don't blame him
if he thinks that, but I just feel like it
would stuck to lose this opportunity.

Speaker 1 (38:18):
Yeah, if you're calling him, then he would be like, wells,
and maybe it's not a one night stand.

Speaker 9 (38:22):
Then then like also a one night stand, you sit
there and talk the next day, because usually it's like,
thank you, nice to meet.

Speaker 1 (38:27):
You, and yeah, yeah, that's true too. Does he have
a girlfriend?

Speaker 9 (38:31):
That's the thing that always makes me nervous is when
I out here after you have a great connection, and
usually when they ghost, it's because they're hiding from somebody else.

Speaker 8 (38:38):
Oh god, I mean we didn't talk about past relationships
or anything like that, but I didn't even consider that.

Speaker 1 (38:43):
Did you notice any pictures on his wall or like
any anything around the house that looked like a girlfriend
was there? Did he have throw pillows?

Speaker 8 (38:51):
It was a bit of a blur. It was a blur.

Speaker 1 (38:53):
Okay, all right, well yeah, we'll see if we can
figure it out for you. We'll play a song, come back,
and then call him and see if he'll tell us
why he's ghosting you and maybe get you another date. Okay, Okay,
thanks guy, right, pleas I'll come back get your first
Day follow up next if you're just joining us for
today's First Day follow up. Jessica is on the phone
and she's getting ghosted by a dude named Chase, and
we're about to call him and see if we can

(39:14):
figure out why he's a ghostinger. But first, Jessica, why
don't you refresh everybody's memory about your date with Chase.

Speaker 4 (39:19):
Yeah.

Speaker 8 (39:20):
So I bumped into Chase at the club. We had
a very immediate romantic connection. We hung out at the
bar for a little bit before going back to his place.
We were both pretty drunk, and then I stayed over.
We did things, and then we spent the early hours

(39:42):
of the morning talking and then we had a great connection.
I left. I texted him, uh and I haven't heard
back from him in a week.

Speaker 1 (39:52):
Okay, Well, we're gonna call him right now and see
if he'll tell us and then maybe get you another date.
Are you ready?

Speaker 8 (39:58):
I'm ready?

Speaker 1 (39:59):
Okay, here we go. Hell I may I speak to Chase? Please? Yeah, Chase,
how are you?

Speaker 15 (40:16):
Man?

Speaker 9 (40:16):
My name is Jewbel and this is a radio show
called The Jewbil Show. Hi Chase, I'm Nina also on
the Jubil Show. Hi am Victoria.

Speaker 11 (40:25):
How are you good?

Speaker 1 (40:26):
Have you heard of the show before?

Speaker 15 (40:29):
In passing, I've was out once since someone was talking
about you guys show.

Speaker 3 (40:33):
I never listened to it, but I've heard of you guys.

Speaker 1 (40:36):
Okay, sweet, Well, we do a segment on the show.
It's called the first Date follow Up. What that is
is if you go out on a date with somebody
and then you end up ghosting them. That person can
email us to get you on the phone and ask
why you're ghosting them. Okay, all right, And we got
an email about you from somebody named Jessica.

Speaker 11 (40:55):
Wow. Okay, yeah, I know her. Okay.

Speaker 1 (40:58):
And Jessica told us a little bit about your date
and said that you haven't gotten back to her and
she's curious if she did something wrong or why you're
ghosting her.

Speaker 3 (41:08):
This is funny.

Speaker 15 (41:09):
I'm actually I'm flattered by this entire thing. To be
honest with you, I didn't think she would go to
do this on the radio, but you know, here we are.
So I didn't call her back because it just seemed like,
you know, she just seemed too much of a party
girl for me. I'm someone who doesn't really go out much,

(41:30):
and when we had met, that was really the first
time I've gone out and did anything in about a
month or so. And look, Jessica is great, She's gorgeous.
It definitely felt like I was in some sort of
romantic comedy situation, like a movie. She bumped into me
and and like, oh look who it is type thing,
and it's like like like a Matthew McConaughey movie or something.

Speaker 1 (41:51):
She like fell and you like picked her up, and
then then the music stopped, and yeah, she fell into.

Speaker 15 (41:57):
My arms and she was falling and I grabbed her arm.
I was able to kind of catch her from hitting
the floor. But you know, her defense, she was drunk,
I think is to say she was trashed. Was was
pretty fair, but she seemed like it was an everyday
situation as far as that. And I'm not judging her
at all. You know, we've all kind of been to
these situations at clubs, and I get.

Speaker 11 (42:17):
It, but I'm usually not that fun.

Speaker 15 (42:18):
I think I came off of like a super fun guy,
and I'm pretty boring and low key.

Speaker 11 (42:23):
We did go back to my place. I was kind
of barely hanging on there.

Speaker 15 (42:27):
We had a few drinks.

Speaker 11 (42:28):
Obviously, She on the other.

Speaker 15 (42:30):
Hand, incredible energy, Like wow, she was really hanging out
of my arm.

Speaker 11 (42:35):
It's kind of being all over me.

Speaker 15 (42:36):
Which I kind of liked. Obviously, we kind of, you know,
did some things. I didn't text her back, sang it.
You know, I feel bad, you know now that I'm
staying it out loud, to be honest with him, so you're.

Speaker 9 (42:47):
Quite literally ignoring the signs from the universe to talk
to Jessica who your laugh, Yeah, is what it sounds
like to me, because you feel like you can't you can't.

Speaker 1 (42:58):
Keep up with her.

Speaker 3 (42:59):
She's got incredible energy.

Speaker 15 (43:01):
And I'm sort of an introvert, and I was having
a few drinks that night, so you know, I was
very eased and just kind of feeling myself a little bit.

Speaker 3 (43:10):
I'm not that guy Kally, and they don't go out much, and.

Speaker 15 (43:14):
The drinks are flowing, and then she kind of comes
into the world and we just had a.

Speaker 1 (43:17):
Good night that night, and so that's all you know
about her, right, Yeah, I.

Speaker 11 (43:21):
Did pretty much.

Speaker 3 (43:22):
We didn't get too deep in the conversation.

Speaker 1 (43:23):
In your head, you just picture someone who's just like
bouncing around and always on the go and has to
be out places and doesn't ever want to be home.
Like what do you I don't know why you think
that wouldn't work.

Speaker 15 (43:33):
I just think that she's someone who kind of bounces around,
goes out a lot parties, probably has a high end job,
you know, probably goes out four fron times a week,
probably drinks a lot, which totally cool. And I understand
I probably goes to a ton of concerts and raves
and whatever.

Speaker 11 (43:47):
I'm just not that guy.

Speaker 1 (43:48):
Okay, all right, you're making assumptions back. You might as
well ask her yourself. Good point, Chase. You can ask
her yourself, because she's actually on the phone and it's
been listening this whole time and wants to talk to you.

Speaker 3 (44:00):
I would, dude, I guess you are not to believe this.

Speaker 8 (44:06):
I am literally a librarian. What I swear, I never
go out.

Speaker 3 (44:15):
I never go out at all.

Speaker 15 (44:17):
No, no, I I look at I understand. Just no way,
you're a librrian. I don't think I'll don't even exist anymore.
I appreciate what you're doing, of course, but oh no,
it's just no. I'm super low key. So it's it's
it's just no, I neither do.

Speaker 11 (44:32):
You don't have a lie about it. What we still exist.

Speaker 8 (44:36):
I'm literally a librarian. I'm not kidding.

Speaker 15 (44:39):
Come out so you actually, I'm just genuinely curious. You
actually work at a library, and a library.

Speaker 1 (44:46):
That's what it is.

Speaker 8 (44:47):
Yes, I went to school for this. I am not
making this up.

Speaker 1 (44:53):
We never met a librarian before. You guys didn't hang
out a library well, I mean, yeah, when you're in
the library, but like in not in like outside of
the natural habitat. Okay, that's cool, Jessica.

Speaker 15 (45:03):
Yeah, thanks, Yes, I guess because usually librarians are boring
and introverted to So what are you doing?

Speaker 11 (45:14):
How did we meet at a club?

Speaker 10 (45:15):
Like?

Speaker 1 (45:15):
How did that even happen?

Speaker 3 (45:17):
Well?

Speaker 8 (45:17):
I honestly never go out at all, but my friends
kind of like coaxed me into it that night, and
so I just decided to say I just happened to
be out that night. That's like not even my lifestyle either.

Speaker 1 (45:30):
Oh that's why when we first talked to you, Jessica,
you said that you used to go to stuff like
that all the time. Oh okay, how make sense? In
high school?

Speaker 9 (45:39):
So the universe quite literally had you fall into his arms.
I feel like I can't let you guys walk away
from this.

Speaker 16 (45:47):
Yeah.

Speaker 8 (45:47):
I was just really into him, and I feel like
we're both just letting go. We both happened to be
here be there that night. Honestly, I feel like I'm wrong,
yet I'm I'm so sorry. I really oologize.

Speaker 15 (46:00):
I feel like an idiot literally judging a book by
its cover here, and that sounds so stupid. Wow, I
totally was jumping the gun and had no idea, and
I'm obviously frankly, I'm a jealous of how much energy
you have, you know, that night and the next morning,
and seemingly the tolerance of a twenty year old.

Speaker 3 (46:21):
So never in a million.

Speaker 11 (46:22):
Years when I think you're a librarian.

Speaker 1 (46:24):
To be truthful, Chase, would you like to go out
on another date with Jessica? We'll pay for it?

Speaker 15 (46:29):
Hell yeah, yeah, I definitely, I definitely need to make
it up to her, for sure, Jeff, I feel like
an idiot and to take you out on actual Loki night,
I'm done, like I'm down.

Speaker 11 (46:39):
I think I'd be great from the.

Speaker 1 (46:40):
Chapter to their Wow and yeah exactly.

Speaker 3 (46:45):
J W.

Speaker 1 (46:46):
Firstdeed, follow up the fact that's been going around.

Speaker 17 (46:48):
It's about popping a sour warhead at the first time
of anxiety or a panic attack. And as a doctor,
I can tell you this actually works really well and
I've shared it with a lot of my patients. The
act of consuming something intensely soured or it's the attention
away from the panic attack, then engaging the taste buds
and focusing on the sensory experience disrupts the anxiety cycle. Interestingly,
the sour taste triggers a physical response. That's sour face

(47:10):
expression that we all make in the muscles contract well.
That helps release tension. Then, as you all know, sour
warheads are sweet at the end. This creates a pleasurable experience,
signaling the brain to release dopamine, and that creates a positive,
rewarding association with overcoming the panic attack. So next time
anxiety knocks on your door, don't panic. Popa sour candy instead.

Speaker 1 (47:31):
Sounds like an ad good to know. There's a list
going viral of ways you can improve your vocabulary that
I had good vocabulary did. Yeah, there's over one hundred
and seventy thousand published words in the Oxford Dictionary hotly
count wow, but the average English speaking adult only uses
twenty thousand to thirty five thousand of them.

Speaker 10 (47:50):
I leave that.

Speaker 1 (47:52):
Flow. So the list is going viral of ways that
you can improve your vocabulary and sound smarter. Let's go
over the list so we can all get more smart sounding.
On the list of ways you can improve your vocabulary,
stop being a hermit and get out of the house.
Sounds a little okay, Yeah, that's what it says, get
out of the house. It says go to museums or

(48:14):
other new places. It'll expose you to new words. True,
museums are like paintings and art.

Speaker 9 (48:18):
Yeah, but they have explanations and the story. You're what
if some of you guy comes up to you and
it's like, what do you think about this painting? What
type of emotion does it evoke?

Speaker 16 (48:28):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (48:29):
I'd freeze.

Speaker 10 (48:30):
I don't know what you say.

Speaker 1 (48:31):
I only know three words for emotion, so, happy, sad, angry.
All of them can't remember this. It's going viral of
ways that you can improve your vocabulary to sound smarter
and impress your friends. Read magazine articles. Don't just look
at the pictures, That's what I said.

Speaker 12 (48:50):
I was like, I don't know about that, but now
that you mentioned it, yeah, look, just looking at the
pictures isn't going to increase the vocabulary.

Speaker 1 (48:55):
When's the last time you read an article all the
way through or a blog all the way through? I
don't know, because even in here I gotta be honest,
I skim them. It's literally our job. That's our job
to read a whole article. I know, and we don't
do it now.

Speaker 9 (49:07):
I said, I have mastered the art of skimming when
I was in college and it worked just fine. Yeah,
and it still works.

Speaker 1 (49:13):
So that's why I mean, and that's why everybody on
Facebook feels like they know everything about politics.

Speaker 11 (49:17):
Absolutely.

Speaker 1 (49:18):
They skim a headline, not even the whole article, and
then they go, I know it all, and I'm gonna
argue with everybody about it. That person is bad.

Speaker 17 (49:24):
I know.

Speaker 1 (49:25):
We're going over list it's going viral of ways that
you can improve your vocabulary and sound smarter. Become an
expert on a topic that you enjoy. I like that one.
I like that too. Actually, you'll learn new words that
you can use when talking to people about your interests.

Speaker 9 (49:39):
I just never realized that as you explore your interests
that it can actually like help you in those other ways,
you know what I mean, Like you're just researching it
or reading it because you like it, not because you're like,
I'm going to sound so smart right now.

Speaker 1 (49:50):
There are some people that I do think do that
that is their passion is sounding smart. You don't have
to call me out. Going over a lit of ways
that you can make your vocabulary better and sound smarter.
Listen to the radio, ooh oops, not this one. Not
this I don't know if your vocabulary is gonna get
much better listening to us. You must be talking about MPR. Yeah,

(50:14):
will be like yay, that's us. I don't know about
that part anyway. Learn words like pop off. But you
get life lessons.

Speaker 12 (50:22):
You do get life.

Speaker 9 (50:23):
You get life lessons. You may not speak better, but
you will live better. See that could be a slogan.
That could be, but you will show. You might not
speak better, but you'll live better.

Speaker 1 (50:34):
That's and they say the number one way to improve
your vocabulary is to watch movies, especially adaptations of your
favorite book. Yes, okay, Nina, do you remember the last
time you watched the movie and learn a new word? Nina,
I don't remember. The last movie I watched though, was
Tetris on Apple TV, like the how Tetris became a thing.
That's interesting. There may have been words there, but I
don't recall. Victoria, what's a new word that you've learned recently?

Speaker 11 (50:57):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (50:58):
I'm gonna say Tetris, but I know one's Brad. Have
you learning new words?

Speaker 10 (51:04):
I did?

Speaker 1 (51:04):
Primacy? Oh, what's that means?

Speaker 10 (51:06):
What's that?

Speaker 12 (51:07):
The first way you learned something is the way you'll
forever remember it. It's really hard to shake it. Oh
that's rough, Yeah, primacy, So how do you use that
in a sentence? So victorious primacy kicked in when she
did the thing wrong because she did it wrong the
first time, and she will always.

Speaker 1 (51:20):
Do the thing wrong. Why I gotta go that way?
I could be negative? Exactly, you can't.

Speaker 12 (51:25):
It's just very very very very very hard psychologically to
unlearn a thing if you've already learned it a certain way.

Speaker 1 (51:30):
Ooh, I was your primacy not bad today? Actually, what
have you learned?

Speaker 11 (51:35):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (51:36):
Good question? Time for Nina's what's trending?

Speaker 9 (51:40):
You need to focus while you're driving because the number
one cause of car accidents is distracted driving.

Speaker 1 (51:46):
What facts? So here's the tip. Listen to Drake.

Speaker 9 (51:50):
Oh, according to science, if you listen to Drake while
you were driving, you will remain more focused behind the
wheels coming in.

Speaker 1 (51:57):
Second is Ariana Grande and Eminem they tied and Drake.

Speaker 12 (52:00):
Works is because you're clearly not paying attention to it
because it's boring. Okay, if you're listening to Eminem, you
get so fired up that you have no choice but
to get tunnel vision and focused.

Speaker 1 (52:11):
I don't think Drake's that boring, although you have to,
you know, pick your songs. I'm anti Drake in general,
so I come with a bias.

Speaker 9 (52:17):
Okay, that's fair. I wonder what it is though. Maybe
it's like the consistency of the beat.

Speaker 1 (52:22):
I'm not sure.

Speaker 12 (52:23):
Oh, probably, yeah, because it's a basic beat over and
over and over again, started from the middle.

Speaker 1 (52:29):
Now you're here, right, buddy.

Speaker 9 (52:30):
Okay, So if you need to focus and see how
it goes for you, and if you're angry like Brad,
please stay safe, bored regardless, affected by it. Okay, Victoria,
that doesn't make sense coming from you because all you
do is sing Ricky Martin while you drive. So like, see, oh,

(53:00):
the devil Comet is coming the what Yeah, there's a
lot of action going on in space. We have the
eclipse that's coming up. We do, yes, when we were
talking about We're certain airlines were booking flights so you
could watch the eclipse as it was happening. But that's
not the only things going to be happening at that time.
There's also the devil comet, and they're saying that it

(53:20):
could be visible to the naked eye. So they're calling
it a devil, a devil, but a devil commet because
it has an explosion of gas and ice while it's
flying up there. So fire and ice.

Speaker 1 (53:33):
Why they call it the devil? Comment? Why they call
it the fire and ice commet? It sounds are we
calling gas fire? I would call it a Doja cat
because she's a demon lord she is.

Speaker 9 (53:47):
And this only passes every seventy one years. Meanwhile everything's
happening at once. Yeah, it's just kind of I mean,
it's just kind of creepy. Target is planning to make
changes to their self checkout lanes because they want them
to move quicker. They are going to limit the items
that you can bring to the self checkout lane. Wait
what now you will only be able to have ten items,
and so they're all express checkout lanes.

Speaker 1 (54:08):
The one that I go to only has self checkout.
I can only get ten items, go to.

Speaker 10 (54:14):
My car, throw my car, then come back africannes ten
items items and ten thousand steps.

Speaker 1 (54:20):
Kind of sounds like that's how they're going with it.
That annoying real fast though.

Speaker 9 (54:25):
Yeah, that's going to turn targets dream day into like
a nightmare. Anyway, that's what's trending.

Speaker 3 (54:32):
Jubles dirty little Secret.

Speaker 1 (54:34):
Hello, Hi, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?
I do have a dirty little secret. Well, let's hear it.
So my dirty little.

Speaker 9 (54:43):
Secret is that I have signed my husband up for
every possible political email, text message.

Speaker 1 (54:50):
Robo call, if you can imagine I do.

Speaker 9 (54:57):
Something.

Speaker 2 (54:58):
We got into some dumb fight where he just was
not understanding my point of view, and these ads came
up on the TV and I.

Speaker 11 (55:06):
Was like, I know exactly what I'm gonna do.

Speaker 3 (55:08):
And I just wanted to do something to annoy him.

Speaker 2 (55:11):
But now it's it's become a big thing in our
house because he's getting a lot of text messages and
emails and phone calls.

Speaker 1 (55:18):
That's funny.

Speaker 12 (55:18):
This might be the most diabolical dirty little set we've
ever had. It is long lasting, It is subtle and intrusive, genius.

Speaker 3 (55:25):
I like it.

Speaker 1 (55:26):
The funny really is.

Speaker 11 (55:27):
Yeah.

Speaker 9 (55:28):
The funny thing about this is is I've heard people
do this as revenge to exes. Meanwhile, you're doing it
to your husband because you get to see it happen
first Tand I don't know why getting all these You're like,
I have no idea.

Speaker 1 (55:44):
Yeah, he renewed his license last month, and I was like, Babe,
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (55:47):
You must have checked a box.

Speaker 1 (55:49):
Something that's funny. Well, thank you for telling us your
dirty little secret.

Speaker 3 (55:54):
Thank you guys.

Speaker 1 (55:54):
Have a great day. Hello, Hello, what's up? You have
a dirty little secret?

Speaker 3 (55:59):
I do? Okay?

Speaker 4 (56:02):
So my husband and I like to mix it up
a little bit and occasionally bring in a friend and yeah,
you know, and we did that with my hairdresser.

Speaker 17 (56:13):
Who's awesome.

Speaker 4 (56:14):
She's funny. I love her, She's a fantastic colorist. She's
everything right, except that we weren't all that into her.
Turns out not as much as she's into us, and
that means what am I going to do? I might
lose my hairdresser. So my dirty little secret is that

(56:35):
I have to pretend like we're going to do this
again until I find a better color.

Speaker 8 (56:42):
I mean, I'm totally.

Speaker 11 (56:45):
I know I am.

Speaker 4 (56:50):
So that's my dirty little secret that I'm lying to
my hairdresser because her.

Speaker 8 (56:55):
Color is better than the rest of her.

Speaker 1 (57:00):
Well, thank you for telling us your dirty little secret.

Speaker 16 (57:02):
Welcome.

Speaker 1 (57:04):
I liked your heart and your husband's not okay. Thank you,
good one. What's your dirty little secret?

Speaker 11 (57:15):
Text?

Speaker 3 (57:15):
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