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April 8, 2024 55 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
So whatever you do, if you stay in that Mando
Lay Bay from now on, any hotel, I will no
longer be leaving my toothbrush out. And they use my
toothbrush to clean, and they're being nasty to me about it,
and they want to offer me a fifty dollars.

Speaker 2 (00:15):
A guy on TikTok that claims that the staff at
the Manelee Bay use a toothbrush to clean the toilet credit, right.

Speaker 1 (00:20):
And what do they say, a new toothbrush? They use
my toothbrush to clean, and they want to give me
a fifty dollars credit and a new toothbrush.

Speaker 2 (00:33):
Actually pretty good because how does he know that they
use the toothbrush. Also, that's a good way to get
a fifty dollars credit because they're gonna be like, whatever,
here's fifty bucks for damble in a hotel room.

Speaker 3 (00:43):
Then use a tooth bush to clean anything in the
hotel room. Give me a break since you will show.

Speaker 2 (00:48):
And somebody asked the Internet, what's something that makes you go,
who the heck figured that out? Okay? You know things
like who figured out that the way to make vanilla
extract taste?

Speaker 4 (00:59):
Right?

Speaker 2 (00:59):
Is from the excretions that beavers make from their backside area.
What yeah, wait, yes it is vanilla extract. Part of
it comes from the anal of beaver's.

Speaker 5 (01:09):
What you that's not true?

Speaker 2 (01:12):
Absolutely is true.

Speaker 6 (01:13):
No, it's not.

Speaker 2 (01:14):
And who figured that out? Like who was like that
looks yummy?

Speaker 7 (01:18):
Yeah, seriously, did you start testing a bunch of different
animals and all of a sudden land on a beaver
and was like that's the one you.

Speaker 5 (01:24):
No, that's disgusting.

Speaker 8 (01:26):
But I personally want to know who bright idea was
to make someone take a driver's test after they've been
driving for almost ten plus years. Ridiculous And I personally
want to meet that person. Go to their office, unscrew
all their screws on their chair and their desk, feel
the feeling that I failed. There it is did you

(01:46):
fail the test?

Speaker 5 (01:47):
What do you think?

Speaker 2 (01:47):
Victoria?

Speaker 5 (01:48):
No, No, I didn't fail it. I should have passed it.

Speaker 2 (01:50):
Victoria had to take the driver's test to get her
license renewed.

Speaker 9 (01:53):
You failed it, yes, guy, that's exactly what people take
to No, because I walked in there with the confidence
of a king. Let me just tell you.

Speaker 8 (02:06):
Literally, it was unto the sky high and I was like,
I don't need to study for this. Like the guy
even asked me, He's like, are you ready for the test?
And I'm like yeah, absolutely. He's like, well did you
study it. I'm like, yeah, like eight plus years ago.

Speaker 2 (02:17):
Hell well.

Speaker 5 (02:18):
And he's like, okay, so you're sure you want to
take it and I'm like, yeah, of course.

Speaker 8 (02:21):
He gives me the little my little key to go
in my little I don't know area to go take it,
and even the kid next to me noticed.

Speaker 5 (02:27):
I was struggling with one of the questions and he
just gave me one.

Speaker 8 (02:30):
I was like, the kid, exactly, I'm so confused.

Speaker 5 (02:36):
Literally, I shouldn't have like missed it.

Speaker 2 (02:38):
Wow, that's so you can try again.

Speaker 7 (02:41):
You couldn't get your license renew No, my god, how
did you get to work today?

Speaker 10 (02:46):
Uber?

Speaker 5 (02:47):
For any of the.

Speaker 11 (02:51):
I do.

Speaker 2 (02:52):
Victoria is riding dirty right now.

Speaker 8 (02:54):
Let me just tell you if you were driving home
from work around like five pm on Friday and you
saw a girl just lasting Kate mccray's new album in
the car and thought, man, she's going through a really
hard breakup.

Speaker 5 (03:05):
False I lost my driver's syst or I failed.

Speaker 2 (03:09):
Yeah, that's yeah. I liked that. The kid next to
you was helping you cheat? How did he knew you
were having that much trouble?

Speaker 8 (03:15):
I wasn't even like I was laughing at these questions
guys like they were ridiculous.

Speaker 12 (03:18):
I remember one of trouble laughing at an exam.

Speaker 2 (03:23):
By herself in a little room. That's a little bit
unhitt Well.

Speaker 8 (03:27):
One of the questions was what do you do if
you see a merging sign and there's oncoming traffic and
not one of the answers was merge. I literally am
sitting there going is there a box for other where
I can put my own answer?

Speaker 5 (03:40):
Because obviously you guys don't know either. I was like, what,
so obviously got that one wrong.

Speaker 8 (03:48):
But then I got another one wrong that I was
really pissed about because it asked about a fire hydrant
and how long how far away you can park from it?
And I recently got a ticket for those, so I
was like, I should know this easily.

Speaker 5 (04:00):
This is the one that kid helped me with.

Speaker 8 (04:01):
Also, I was guessing between ten and thirty, and I
was like ten thirty, ten thirty, and the kid's like thirty.
I was like, thanks, brow splash.

Speaker 5 (04:10):
Even he was wrong, because then I googled it later
and it's fifteen, so.

Speaker 2 (04:13):
Oh what you should You should have talked to that
kid ever been like you screwed me?

Speaker 12 (04:17):
He was having fun.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
You know how long? How long have you had your license?

Speaker 5 (04:23):
Like expired?

Speaker 2 (04:25):
No, just had it? Oh, since you were sixteen? I
would say more like eighteen.

Speaker 5 (04:29):
Okay, so I lost that one so I had to
get a new one.

Speaker 2 (04:32):
Oh okay, so eighteen, and so you've had it for
a few years that expired, yes, and you went to
go take your test to renew it and failed. Okay,
Well when you put it like that, I don't think
I failed.

Speaker 8 (04:43):
I like to think of it as I attempted and
lost the attempt, and I will try again a for effort.

Speaker 2 (04:48):
I literally walked out of there.

Speaker 8 (04:49):
It was embarrassing because they were like, if you don't
pass it, you have to just like you can walk out, ma'am,
like you don't have to do anything else.

Speaker 5 (04:55):
And I'm like, oh, okay, thanks.

Speaker 8 (04:57):
And I walked out, got in my car, did like
I have five second scream, and the poor kid next
to me, who's taking actual driver's sest.

Speaker 5 (05:04):
Probably was like, I don't know what's going on with
that girl?

Speaker 8 (05:07):
And then I belighted for the Starbucks across the parking line.

Speaker 2 (05:16):
But how bad did you like fail?

Speaker 8 (05:17):
Though I don't know. They didn't even tell me, but
you didn't get like this sixty percent, which is why
I want to know what I got wrong. But also,
like I said, I was kind of embarrassed. I just
like booked it out of there. But the only page
is it's I took a picture of it. I'll show
it to you guys, but it literally just says you
failed the exam. I'm like, wow, you can't put I
don't know, like a nice little monkey on this picture
or something, or like yeah, or I don't know, make it.

Speaker 2 (05:40):
Kind of fun, like let's have that's the weird part
when you fail your driver's test, which I never have,
but trying to put myself in.

Speaker 8 (05:50):
Everyone should go take those driver's tests because they're not
as easy as you think.

Speaker 2 (05:53):
Okay, is how do you you have to drive out
of the DMV?

Speaker 8 (05:57):
Though that's the other thing too, I literally just like
nobody thought that part through.

Speaker 2 (06:04):
No, there is a little bus for the people that fail.
It's like, okay, here's your stop.

Speaker 13 (06:09):
You're coming down.

Speaker 5 (06:10):
My face is like, okay, walk into my car. I'm
just gonna drive home now.

Speaker 2 (06:16):
Our phone break happens every single hour. That's what they
should do.

Speaker 5 (06:19):
It's another jewbile phone frame Mornings on the twenties.

Speaker 2 (06:29):
Hello, Hi, this is Peedeekins calling from pet spot. I
was looking for Craig.

Speaker 13 (06:34):
Yeah, hey, Craig.

Speaker 2 (06:36):
Your cat Twinkles is all shaved and ready to be
picked up. Wait what Yep, we're all done. Doesn't take
that long. I know you just dropped her off a
little bit ago, but doesn't take that long to shave
a cat, you know. So we've got her all trimmed
up and she is ready to get you.

Speaker 13 (06:52):
You shaved the cat. That's my girlfriend's cat.

Speaker 2 (06:56):
Yes, we see.

Speaker 13 (06:57):
It was supposed to be a groomy. Oh my god.

Speaker 2 (07:02):
You sound like something might be wrong.

Speaker 13 (07:05):
You were supposed to shave Twinkle. My girlfriend's gonna killed.
I was watching the cat. You went out of helping me.

Speaker 2 (07:10):
Oh my, this is I'm just so confused right now.
So you wouldn't want another service from us? Is that
what you're saying?

Speaker 10 (07:17):
You were supposed to bloom Twinkle, not shaved Twinkle.

Speaker 14 (07:22):
Dude.

Speaker 2 (07:23):
Okay, so my paperwork here says we're shaving the cat
and painting its nails.

Speaker 13 (07:30):
No, dude, you don't understand.

Speaker 14 (07:32):
Listen, my girlfriend went out of town and I was
watching Twinkle, so.

Speaker 13 (07:36):
I brought the cat in to get nice and grim
so you look beautiful. When she gets so much shaved,
he's gonna.

Speaker 10 (07:44):
Break up with me.

Speaker 2 (07:46):
Oh boy. Okay, So it seems like we have an
issue here. So what I'm picking up from you is
that you did not want Tweakles shaved the hair.

Speaker 13 (07:55):
No, no, no, no, no, okay.

Speaker 2 (07:57):
I do feel bad that this happened. How can we
make this better for you?

Speaker 13 (08:02):
I don't know, right, I don't know. This is the
worst thing that could have happened to me.

Speaker 2 (08:08):
I do have a couple suggestions that might help. What
So we did have another cat in here who shed
a lot, and we can perhaps glue that hair onto
Twinkle your cat? No promises A Well, yes, I have
never done this before, but I'm thinking we could maybe
do that.

Speaker 13 (08:28):
You guys are such freaking idiots. How many cats do
you actually shave?

Speaker 2 (08:34):
Yeah, this is the first one. We thought it was
kind of an odd request. That's why it only took
a few minutes.

Speaker 13 (08:39):
Ask that's what I really wanted.

Speaker 10 (08:41):
If it's the first one, you guys are so irresponsible.

Speaker 2 (08:46):
What about Okay, here's another idea for you. So, we
do have another cat in here who looks similar to Twinkle, well,
looked similar to Twinkle before before we you know, took
the clippers to her. She's very skinny, by the way,
and underneath all that hair. Don't if you know that
or not.

Speaker 13 (09:03):
No, I don't give about that.

Speaker 2 (09:04):
Okay, Anyway, we do have a cat that looks similar.
I could maybe have you borrow that cat.

Speaker 5 (09:09):
My girlfriend looks, Oh dude, she's gonna be like, that's
not Twinkle.

Speaker 2 (09:13):
I do have something that I think could make this
better for you. I'm so sorry about this.

Speaker 13 (09:18):
I don't think anything can make this better.

Speaker 2 (09:20):
Well, we will obviously only charge you half for this appointment.
You won't pay full price.

Speaker 13 (09:26):
No, I'm not paying any I didn't tell you to
shave the cat.

Speaker 2 (09:29):
Well, we can also supply you with a plane ticket,
well one way ticket somewhere, so you could go out
of town before she gets back and then she'll never know.
And then you could be gone for a few months
until the cat's hair grows back, and then bring the
cat back. And then I'm coming down there to pick
up Twinkle right now and I'm not paying one cent.

Speaker 15 (09:46):
I dropped off Twinkle to get groomed, and you guys
shave the cat.

Speaker 13 (09:53):
You're a moraw.

Speaker 2 (09:54):
Well, then I'll also let you know that this is
actually Jubel from The Jewel Show doing a phone brink
on you and your girlfriend. Carrie set you up.

Speaker 13 (10:01):
Oh my god, it's a joke. Oh my god.

Speaker 15 (10:07):
I was trying to figure out how I was gonna
explain to my girlfriend why her cat was shit.

Speaker 5 (10:15):
Wake up every morning with Jebile Phone Franks.

Speaker 2 (10:18):
Time for Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 7 (10:19):
I love that there's a man in New Jersey who
is trending right now because of a tweet that he
sent out right after the East Coast earthquake on Friday. So,
if you haven't heard, the East Coast got hit with
a four point eight earthquake, which is you know, a
little jiggle over there.

Speaker 2 (10:32):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (10:33):
The guy's like, watch this video and it was like
literally and a jiggle, and he's like, well, I guess
that wasn't that big of.

Speaker 2 (10:37):
A d on the News Live. I mean, I get it.

Speaker 7 (10:41):
An earthquake's an earthquake, but you never experienced one. It's something,
But the four point it's a little jiggle, thankfully. But
this guy tweeted because he was like, in all caps,
an earthquake happened in the middle of my vasectomy. This
man has become famous her posting pics about him. They
want to do interviews with him, all this stuff. It's

(11:03):
funny because I mean, if you think about it, that
would be the worst time to have somebody snipping you. Yeah,
did they mess up? No, that's the funny part. He's
trending because that was what was happening. But nothing bad happened.
Like the doctor stopped and was like, oh, that's an earthquake,
and he's like, are we good. He's like, yeah, you're good,
and he's like everything's taken care of. So shout out

(11:25):
to that guy just now. And he lived through a
vasectomy in a four point eight.

Speaker 2 (11:31):
Time. Yeah.

Speaker 7 (11:36):
So fashion braces are the latest style trends. If you
are a millennial, there's a good chance you remember when
this was a style trend for us. But there's a
new trend and it's there. They have stuff like d
y kids on Etsy and all of these different things.
So you can put fake metal in your mouth to
have fashion braces now, fashion headgear all the way gear

(11:58):
like they used to have.

Speaker 6 (11:59):
I mean.

Speaker 7 (12:01):
What we used to do is we used to take
paper clips and unwind them and stick them in our mouths,
and we'd be like, oh, I got a retainer, I've
got fake braces those and like the jelly bracelets, we
would put those in our mouths. I don't know the
same reason fashion braces are trending now, I guess was
the same reason we did it back then.

Speaker 12 (12:17):
It's easier than developing a personality, that's for sure.

Speaker 2 (12:19):
Hey man, I thought, sorry, I got my fashion head
gear on it. It should it shall be.

Speaker 7 (12:34):
But if the donnis are warning you that there are
health risks, including tooth decay, mouth sores, and even choking,
because you know, headgear could this is fun. Guys are
making a huge mistake on dating apps. So guys, if
you're trying to up your chances out there, stop talking

(12:55):
about sports. So somebody science did a study to go
in and what everybody was talking about on their profiles.
But all these guys were having problems because their profile
was all sports, what they watch, what they like to play,
all of those things.

Speaker 2 (13:08):
So don't do that.

Speaker 7 (13:10):
Their Their advice is to include a diverse set of
hobbies and interests to another person.

Speaker 2 (13:19):
That you like to hike, and then they'll find out
that you don't like to do anything but sit on
the couch, and we can't.

Speaker 7 (13:26):
I mean at least try, right, You got a fish
with something, so good luck to you.

Speaker 2 (13:30):
It is tough in these streets.

Speaker 5 (13:32):
No hitting.

Speaker 7 (13:33):
That is what's trending.

Speaker 4 (13:35):
Is some time to catch a cheater only on the
Jubile Show, Robin is on the phone today for to
catch a Cheater and she thinks that her boyfriend of
almost a year named Mark might be cheating on hers.

Speaker 2 (13:46):
So we're going to help her out and see if
we can figure this out. Robin, sorry you have to
come on the show this way, but what's up? Why
do you think Mark cheating?

Speaker 16 (13:53):
I think the March is cheating because she's just been
like a little bit this stint lately.

Speaker 13 (14:02):
We've been together for almost a year, and we met
on Tinder.

Speaker 11 (14:07):
And the second that I met him, I.

Speaker 16 (14:10):
Was just like head over heels, it just clicked. I
fell for him immediately, and then we.

Speaker 11 (14:17):
Ended up going on a second date and.

Speaker 16 (14:21):
We've been basically inseparable ever since, except for lately, which
is where the like I feel like the distant kind
of comes into play here.

Speaker 13 (14:34):
I feel like he's just been pulling away. He doesn't
really communicate the way that he used to.

Speaker 16 (14:43):
I find that he's really distracted by social media constantly,
through scrolling through Instagram and liking and commenting on posts
like I just feel like that's where his focus is
instead of talking to me, and that's really really frustrating.

Speaker 7 (15:07):
Yeah, so are you guys still physical?

Speaker 2 (15:10):
You know, is there intimacy there at all?

Speaker 13 (15:14):
Not as much?

Speaker 16 (15:15):
I mean it really was at the beginning, like super
hot and heavy, and then I just feel like as
of recently, it's not been as much.

Speaker 13 (15:26):
The reason why I really.

Speaker 16 (15:27):
Feel like he's cheating is he's specifically commenting on this girl,
Kate's posts.

Speaker 5 (15:35):
Have you called him out on it.

Speaker 13 (15:38):
A little bit?

Speaker 16 (15:39):
But I just am trying to kind of I don't
I'm not really like the jealous types.

Speaker 13 (15:44):
I'm not trying to come out like really crazy, So
I'm trying to just kind of observe, and I'm like,
maybe it's nothing.

Speaker 2 (15:53):
Have you ever met her before?

Speaker 16 (15:55):
No, I've never met her. But it's weirding me out,
and maybe.

Speaker 11 (16:01):
He doesn't want to be with me anymore.

Speaker 13 (16:04):
And wants to explore that. But it's never been discussed
with me.

Speaker 2 (16:09):
How did you find this Kate person?

Speaker 16 (16:12):
I follow her on Instagramuse.

Speaker 2 (16:15):
You guys know her, but you've never met her.

Speaker 13 (16:18):
I've never met her. Noh, Okay, I'm not a jealous person. Like,
I'm really not the jealous type.

Speaker 16 (16:25):
But I've been, you know, following this girl Kate, and
I've been looking at her posts in like every post
that she posts on Instagram, Mark is liking, Mark is commenting,
and like she's getting all of the attention and I'm
getting nothing, Like I have nothing at home, and I
just again, I'm not.

Speaker 13 (16:46):
The jealous person. I'm not the jealous type, but.

Speaker 16 (16:49):
I find it really annoying and strange that she's getting
all of the attention and I've got nothing.

Speaker 7 (16:55):
Yeah, I mean I would feel the same way you
got pissed.

Speaker 13 (16:59):
Actually, and now yeah I am.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
Okay, We'll call him up and pretend to be from
the grocery store and tell him that he's this month's
lucky winner of free flowers delivered to whoever he wants.
We'll SEEVI sinz those to you or somebody else.

Speaker 13 (17:11):
Okay, Okay, perfect, thank you, pleas so.

Speaker 2 (17:13):
I'll come back and get your to Catch Cheeter. Next
right in the middle of to Catch a Cheeter and
if you're just joining us, Robin is on the phone
and she thinks that her boyfriend of almost a year
might be cheating on her, and so we're about to
call him, pretend to be from the grocery store that
he's a rewards card member at, and say that every
single month, we choose one rewards card member at random
who gets free flowers delivered to anybody from our flooral apartment.

Speaker 13 (17:34):
We'll see if he.

Speaker 2 (17:35):
Chooses to send them to Robin or to somebody else,
and hopefully he's not cheating. But before we do that, Robin,
why don't you tell everybody about your situation again? Just
remind everybody Mark and I.

Speaker 16 (17:44):
Have been together for almost a year, and we've been
super close and inseparable until lately he's been super distant,
and particularly he's been liking and commenting and kind of
obsessing over this girl Kate on Instagram, and it's just
it's making me feel weird, and it's making me feel

(18:06):
like he doesn't want to be in the relationship anymore.

Speaker 2 (18:09):
Okay, well, are you ready for us to call him. Yes, okay,
here we go. Well, Hi, this is shorttle calling from
I was looking for our rewards member Mark. Yeah, Hi Mark,

(18:32):
Please don't hang up. This is not a marketing phone call.
I'm actually calling to tell you that you're this month's
big winter Congratulations.

Speaker 13 (18:38):
Where did I win?

Speaker 2 (18:40):
Every single month, we choose one rewards card member at
random who gets free flowers delivered to anywhere in the
United States, absolutely free, from our full department. Our little
way of saying thank you very much for shopping with
us and being such a great customer. You've won thirty
six long stin red roses, a box of chocolates, and
a card to be delivered to anybody in the fifty
United States. Congratulations.

Speaker 17 (18:59):
Okay, actually have the perfect person.

Speaker 2 (19:01):
I can use this for great Okay, so the first
thing I will need will be the first and last
name of the person you next and flowers.

Speaker 17 (19:08):
Dude, I'd like to send it to Sarah.

Speaker 13 (19:14):
Who the fuck is Sarah?

Speaker 2 (19:17):
Who is Mark? That's actually your girlfriend, Robin. She's on
the phone. This is the Jubil Show. It's a radio show.
We do a segment where he catch people cheating, and
she thought you might be messing around.

Speaker 13 (19:27):
So it's your girlfriend, Robin, I don't have a girlfriend.

Speaker 2 (19:36):
Well, oh my.

Speaker 13 (19:38):
Gosh, babe, stop it.

Speaker 11 (19:41):
Oh my gosh, this is ridiculous.

Speaker 13 (19:44):
Holy Robin, I told you stop calling me. What come on, babe,
Stop what she's going on? She's just getting I'm crazy.

Speaker 2 (19:56):
Yeah, I'm trying to figure out what's going on too.
Who's Sarah my mom? Yeah?

Speaker 13 (20:01):
Who is Sarah? Sarah is my mom? And Robin is
not my girlfriend. She's my stoker. Oh no, I'm no,
I am not his stalker. We've been together for almost
a year, so stop stop doing this.

Speaker 11 (20:18):
This is rude.

Speaker 2 (20:20):
What is happening?

Speaker 13 (20:22):
She has been stucking me for almost a year. Yeah? What.

Speaker 17 (20:27):
We went on one d and then I thought she
was hot, so we saw each other again. We had sex,
news of us, wanted anything further from the other person.
And then she just started texting me.

Speaker 13 (20:39):
Repeatedly like things about her day. I wanted to be
nice and I was just seeing me, you know, maybe.

Speaker 17 (20:44):
We can eat up soon.

Speaker 18 (20:46):
And then she started saying she was falling for me,
at which point I just kind of stopped communicating went there,
and then she just randomly periodically gets obsessed with things
and starts messaging me about random things she sees me doing,
and she just tries to find a reason for us
to see each other, but I truly haven't seen her.

(21:07):
That's the second time we went on a date, and
that was the end of it.

Speaker 13 (21:11):
You and Mark, you've lost your mind.

Speaker 16 (21:14):
Like we have been in love for almost a year,
and we never leave each other's side.

Speaker 11 (21:20):
And I think, Mark, I think you're just I think you're.

Speaker 13 (21:23):
Just stressed about your job. And like he just keeps
trying to distance himself from.

Speaker 16 (21:28):
People he loves, and like he's been doing this for
a while to friends and family, and like he's just
pushing away the people that he loves the most who
are the closest to him.

Speaker 13 (21:39):
This is crazy. Move on with your life. I don't
deserve this.

Speaker 2 (21:45):
You You're one hundred percent right. You do not deserve
that right. I think that anybody who would try to
say that they're not with somebody who's with them that
doesn't deserve your time. Robin, I don't know.

Speaker 7 (22:01):
I think it sounds like you could find somebody that
loves you a lot better.

Speaker 2 (22:04):
Yeah, I mean, do you want do you want a
boyfriend who's going to pretend like you're not together.

Speaker 13 (22:10):
I mean no, but I really I really care about.

Speaker 11 (22:14):
Him and I really love him.

Speaker 2 (22:17):
It's tough. We've been there, you know what.

Speaker 16 (22:20):
You're You're right, like, I'm going to find someone that
loves me just like the way that Mark used to
love me at the beginning.

Speaker 13 (22:30):
And and you know what, I was actually thinking about moving.
You know what, I'm going to do it. I'm gonna move.

Speaker 2 (22:38):
And yeah, it sounds like you a situation like this
is a great time to start over.

Speaker 16 (22:43):
And you know what, I apologize, Mark, I apologize.

Speaker 13 (22:48):
For moving away and leaving.

Speaker 11 (22:51):
You and and but but it's what I have to do.

Speaker 13 (22:55):
I just deserve so much better. I definitely understand that. Yeah,
you got to do it right for you.

Speaker 2 (23:02):
Take care of Robin and let us, you know, reach
out if you, you know, need some advice on stuff.
Good luck.

Speaker 13 (23:08):
Yeah, thank you.

Speaker 11 (23:09):
You guys have been you guys have been great.

Speaker 2 (23:12):
Mark. Are you still there?

Speaker 13 (23:15):
Yeah, I'm still here.

Speaker 17 (23:17):
What just happened?

Speaker 2 (23:18):
I don't know, I don't know. I'm hoping diffuse the
situation a little bit. You tried, Jeubal Also, Mark, I'm sorry.

Speaker 18 (23:27):
Yeah, this is it's awkward to now When I wanted
to be dealing with right now.

Speaker 7 (23:32):
Hopefully this helped, though, maybe you will get your piece
finally in.

Speaker 13 (23:36):
Yeah, I'm hoping she honestly moves. If that work, you're
gonna be called.

Speaker 17 (23:42):
The crazy person whisper.

Speaker 13 (23:46):
The double shows to catch a cheater. I'm stupid, you're smart.
I was wrong, you were right.

Speaker 2 (23:55):
You're the best, I'm the worst. You're very good looking,
I'm not attractive.

Speaker 13 (24:01):
All right, as long as you're willing to admit that.

Speaker 2 (24:04):
It's time for America's favorite trivia game, You versus Victoria.
Your chance to take on Victoria Ramirez in a game
of trivia to see who gets to clean up the
mats at Jimmy's House of Jiu Jitsu and Trivia. Yummy,
it was a dirty mats so it's so worth it.
Also twenty one pilot tickets and let's meet today's contestant, Aaron.
What's up? Aaron?

Speaker 18 (24:26):
Hi?

Speaker 2 (24:28):
Great? How are you good? Are you ready to take
on Victoria? I'm old as so a little better, Victoria?
Do you have anything to say to Aerin?

Speaker 8 (24:39):
I don't know, Erin, I've cried a lot in that
passed youday, so hopeing.

Speaker 2 (24:43):
Had a time it again, Victoria failed her test to
get her license renews. She has no license right now.

Speaker 8 (24:49):
Uh, technically I do have a license, it's just apparently
not valid.

Speaker 2 (24:57):
Vitoria out of the studio, Aaron. The game is played
like this. You have thirty seconds to answer as many
questions as possible. If you don't know one, just say pass,
and Victoria has to beat you outright to win. Aaron,
are you ready?

Speaker 13 (25:12):
I'm ready?

Speaker 2 (25:12):
Okay, your time starts now.

Speaker 7 (25:15):
Which ocean is the largest.

Speaker 16 (25:18):
The Atlantic Ocean?

Speaker 7 (25:20):
Who is known as the father of electricity? Thomas Edison,
who is the main character in the Winnie the Pooh series.

Speaker 13 (25:29):
Winny to do?

Speaker 2 (25:31):
What is the capital city of Italy.

Speaker 9 (25:36):
Bene.

Speaker 2 (25:37):
What is the chemical symbol for gold?

Speaker 12 (25:40):
Oh?

Speaker 11 (25:42):
A you?

Speaker 7 (25:43):
Which bird is known for its ability to mimic human speech?

Speaker 13 (25:49):
Mocking bird.

Speaker 2 (25:52):
I guess we'll bring Victoria back into the studio while
she's getting settled to Aaron. What's something you would like
the world to know about you today?

Speaker 16 (26:02):
Let's see.

Speaker 19 (26:02):
I have a beautiful girls, and I do definite care
in nursing home.

Speaker 2 (26:09):
Oh, I'm off, nicety.

Speaker 12 (26:12):
I love it.

Speaker 2 (26:13):
That seems like it's probably a pretty intense job.

Speaker 16 (26:16):
It's pretty, it's pretty intense for sure.

Speaker 2 (26:19):
The old got old teeth. Who I mean that respectfully?

Speaker 13 (26:24):
Yeah, she's got.

Speaker 2 (26:25):
Stuff to do.

Speaker 16 (26:26):
Yeah, she's working, for sure.

Speaker 2 (26:31):
Well you're doing good thing for the olds, that's all
I know.

Speaker 10 (26:34):
Why don't say.

Speaker 16 (26:34):
They're not they're the older.

Speaker 2 (26:39):
Mature, all right? Victoria thirty seconds ains there as many
questions as possible. If you don't know one, just say pass.
And you have to beat Aaron outright to win? Aaron,
you want to tell her when to go.

Speaker 8 (26:51):
Go?

Speaker 7 (26:52):
Which ocean is the largest Atlantic? Where is known as
the father of electricity? I'm sign Who is the main
character in the Winnie the Pooh series the Boo?

Speaker 2 (27:05):
What is the capital city of Italy.

Speaker 5 (27:08):
Venice?

Speaker 7 (27:09):
What is the chemical symbol for gold? Which bird is
known for its ability to mimic human speech?

Speaker 10 (27:22):
Oh?

Speaker 12 (27:25):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (27:26):
Is it like a parrot?

Speaker 12 (27:27):
Or call two?

Speaker 2 (27:32):
Okay, got that in? Not really on time, but you
got it in. Let's send it over to the scoreboard
and see how you guys did with our scoreboard, producer Brad.

Speaker 12 (27:40):
Victoria got too correct, and so did Aaron.

Speaker 2 (27:44):
Oh, too correct? Aaron, you know what that means?

Speaker 16 (27:45):
You won?

Speaker 2 (27:46):
Congratulations? Yeah, you be Victoria. You get to clean up
the mats at Jimmy's House of Jiu Jitsu and Trivia.
So if you can find it, just walk in there
with a rag and you're good to go. Also put
an honor twenty one pilot's tickets. Congratulations on that. Yep,
let's go over the answers now with Nina. The Pacific

(28:08):
is the largest ocean. Yeah, Nicola Tesla, I think I
got that wrong.

Speaker 13 (28:13):
He did.

Speaker 7 (28:15):
Nicola Tesla is the father of electricity. Winnie the Pooh
is the main character in the Winnie.

Speaker 2 (28:20):
The Poo series. So good.

Speaker 7 (28:21):
Rome is the capital city of Italy. Au is the
symbol for gold, and the parrot is known for its
ability to mimic human speech.

Speaker 5 (28:31):
What did I say?

Speaker 2 (28:31):
You said? Parrot?

Speaker 17 (28:32):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (28:32):
Got that right?

Speaker 13 (28:33):
Dang?

Speaker 5 (28:33):
I think I knew the Rome one.

Speaker 2 (28:34):
I had a parakeet once I taught it how to
say pre bird is really cure. I want to get
an African gray parrot so bad. Why they're amazing. They
can learn like ten thousand words and they can use
words in context too, which is crazy. So I would
just sit at home all day and talk to my parents.
But don't think I never shut up. Well, they're very loud,
but also they're they're super sweet animals, and they get

(28:56):
lonely and they can die of loneliness, so if their
owners are gone too long, they can literally die of
a broken heart. How oh my sad? Is that?

Speaker 10 (29:04):
Wait?

Speaker 2 (29:04):
You're going to bring it to work? That means I
would have to go everywhere because I'd be scared of
it dying, so I'd have to have it on my
shoulder at all times.

Speaker 7 (29:11):
Does that not making you want to go adopt every
single one of our day little animals?

Speaker 2 (29:16):
Yeah?

Speaker 8 (29:17):
I know?

Speaker 2 (29:18):
O sweet anyway, Sorry in that on a kind of
a downer note, Africa Gray, But I mean, if you
look at it, they're just really nice. It's beautiful thing.
I think it's beautiful for this too, Aaron, thank you
for playing me, play you versus Victoria at the same
time every single weekday morning. We'll play again tomorrow. If
you want to play Victoria, you can always dm us
at the Jubil Show or go to the Jubilshow dot com.

Speaker 19 (29:39):
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Speaker 2 (29:46):
Trip is on the phone today for a first date
follow up, and he's getting ghosted by a girl named
Brie and he really liked her and has no idea why.
So we're about to call her in a minute and
see if she'll tell us why she's ghosting him and
maybe get him another date. But first trip, how long
he's have been since you heard from Breed?

Speaker 13 (30:02):
It's been a couple of days now, four or five maybe? Okay?

Speaker 7 (30:06):
How many times have you reached out to her in
that time?

Speaker 6 (30:09):
Just you know, just a just a couple I texted
her like right after her date to see what was
going on and had her come back and uh, and
you know, like one at a time a day later,
and then I just texted her again yesterday to see
if she was okay and still nothing.

Speaker 2 (30:25):
Why don't you tell us about your date then, trip,
How did that go?

Speaker 13 (30:28):
Yeah? Okay, sure? So we met on the League? Are
you guys familiar?

Speaker 2 (30:33):
Yeah?

Speaker 13 (30:33):
The League? Yeah.

Speaker 6 (30:35):
It's like it's like a higher end dating appet to
proved to join and it's for like business professionals and
stuff who you know, want to seem like big things
in their life.

Speaker 13 (30:44):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (30:44):
I think I have heard of that thing. Okay, so
you met on there, So you guys are both high
powered exactly. Business cards are aligned with business cards.

Speaker 6 (30:55):
I mean, yeah, you know I do okay, and the
greed does it does pretty well too, So we yeah
and do it all right.

Speaker 13 (31:01):
So you know, we had to talk.

Speaker 6 (31:03):
And and so we decided to go to like the
higher end steakhouse for for our date. I sent out
a car to pick her up, you know, really rolled
out the red carpet for you know, it was we
dropped a good term of change on this. You know,
we got caviar, seafood, tower, prudon ross, bottle of wine.

Speaker 13 (31:21):
She seemed really into all of it.

Speaker 6 (31:23):
She she was you know, olded up and was really
excited by by getting a car to pick her up,
and and all of that conversation was good.

Speaker 13 (31:33):
We ate a bunch, We drank a bunch.

Speaker 6 (31:35):
Initially, you know, I had divided her back to my
place and she said yeah, and then but you know,
then she kind of changed her mind. She like stepped
away to the back room, uh, and came back and
was like, I need to go home.

Speaker 2 (31:50):
So she went to the bathroom, came back and said
she needed to go home.

Speaker 13 (31:53):
Yeah.

Speaker 7 (31:54):
Yeah, what do you think happened in that time where
she said yes, and I need to go home.

Speaker 13 (31:59):
I mean, you know, really a lot and drank a lot.
So I'm absumed she was a little.

Speaker 6 (32:04):
Uh uh you know, it was embarrassed that maybe some
some tummy troubles we were heading.

Speaker 2 (32:12):
Her way, you know, oh okay, okay, felt like she
got too drunk or ate too much.

Speaker 13 (32:17):
No, I don't think she was too drunk.

Speaker 6 (32:18):
I think she ate too much and maybe, uh maybe
maybe you know, I was worried about about what, you know,
what I might see the next morning, you know what
I mean, like.

Speaker 2 (32:28):
In my bathroom, I aspire. Do you I mean, do
you think that's why she ghosted you though?

Speaker 6 (32:35):
Because yeah, I mean I can't think anything else. Like,
like I said, the conversation was great. She had initially
said yes coming back to my place. Uh so I
know there was was nothing in the conversation that would
have thrown her off. So you know, that's that's really
all I can think of. And that she's like embarrassed
to be that she had to say no, And so
you know, has been kind of like weird because she

(32:56):
thinks I'm I'm judging her, But like I totally am
not wondered.

Speaker 13 (33:00):
I know, I'm okay, and that she shouldn't be embarrassed.

Speaker 6 (33:02):
By it or anything.

Speaker 2 (33:03):
When the bathroom came back and then left.

Speaker 13 (33:06):
Basically you know, for like, you know, a few more
kind of wrap up moments. But but she got out
of there pretty quick.

Speaker 2 (33:11):
I was just going to say, did you get her
a car home?

Speaker 6 (33:13):
I did, of course, Like, yeah, the car got her there,
so like.

Speaker 7 (33:18):
Okay, maybe she had a thing for the car guys interception.

Speaker 2 (33:23):
I'm sorry, I hope that's not the case, but.

Speaker 6 (33:25):
I mean too, like, you know, i'd be really bummed
out if I got her the best looking car.

Speaker 13 (33:31):
Guy, you know.

Speaker 2 (33:33):
All right, well, we'll try to figure out for you
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. Okay, all right, thanks, all right,
we'll play a song come back, get your first Day
follow up next if you're just joining us for today's
the first Day follow up. Trip is on the phone
and he's getting ghosted from a date that he went
on with a woman named Brie, and we're about to
call her and see if she'll tell us why she's

(33:53):
ghosting him and maybe get him another date. But before
we do that, trip, why don't you catch everybody up
on your date with Brie?

Speaker 13 (34:00):
Yeah, we went to a high end steakhouse.

Speaker 6 (34:03):
We we really you know, ate and drank the night away,
and you know it took a car to pick her up,
and then she stepped back, went to the bathroom, came
back and like we're like, oh, I got to go
home right now.

Speaker 2 (34:15):
And you think maybe the reason you're getting ghosted is
because she had to go to the bathroom really bad
and she's embarrassed.

Speaker 13 (34:20):
Yep, exactly what I think it is.

Speaker 2 (34:22):
All right, Well, see if we can figure it out
for you. You ready for us to call her?

Speaker 13 (34:26):
You better believe it.

Speaker 2 (34:27):
Here we go. Hello, Hi, man, I speak to bree Please, Brie?
How are you? My name is Jewbell and hosts a
radio show. It's called The Jebel Show.

Speaker 7 (34:46):
Hi, Breeze, the radio show is here.

Speaker 2 (34:48):
My name's Nina Hi, and I'm Victoria. How are you?

Speaker 13 (34:51):
Hi?

Speaker 19 (34:52):
Good?

Speaker 2 (34:53):
How are you good? Do you ever listen to the show?

Speaker 13 (34:56):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (34:57):
If you ever heard of first date follow up before
where we call somebody who's been on a date and
they've been ghosted, So we get the other person on
the phone to find out why they've been ghosted. Then
I'll just tell you that's what this is. Oh wow, Okay, okay,
we got an email about you from a guy named Trip.

Speaker 13 (35:16):
Right, Okay, yes, uh huh.

Speaker 2 (35:19):
He says that you have talked to him since your
date it's been about a week. Said that you guys
met on the dating app The League, which is like
a very successful people dating app.

Speaker 13 (35:30):
Right, Yeah, and then you told.

Speaker 2 (35:32):
Us that you guys went out to dinner and you
went to the bathroom during dinner at one point and
came back and we're like, I got to go, and
that's the last year from you.

Speaker 19 (35:39):
Oh, it's interesting. That's his interpretation up the date.

Speaker 2 (35:43):
Okay, so that's not it.

Speaker 19 (35:45):
Well, I feel like he's leading out the major point.
I mean, the date was initially lovely. You know, we
went to a nice place. I felt like he usually
trying to impress me, and like money was not an option.
It was ordering all the things. And I did think

(36:08):
there was potential there for a good portion of the data.

Speaker 13 (36:11):
It really wasn't until the end where she really unraveled. Again.

Speaker 19 (36:17):
I can't believe he left all of this out. But
so the bill comes and he took a screenshot of
the bill and then his phone rang. It was his mom.
She's sitting there. It seemed like she wanted to recap
everything we had ordered to make sure the bill was correct,

(36:38):
like that he was being charged correctly and it wasn't
a large bill, but he was one that insisted on
ordering like all the thing.

Speaker 5 (36:46):
Took a picture and send it to his mom to
a like.

Speaker 13 (36:51):
Huh yeah.

Speaker 19 (36:53):
And then he told his mom, as I'm sitting there,
that I'm going to go back to his place, which
is already very weird. But then she's saying things like
don't worry, I'll be responsible, and then he said, I know,
I'll be on my best behavior. And I'm not sure
what the conversation was.

Speaker 13 (37:13):
Completely, but it just it just gave me the eck immediately,
Like I love Mama's.

Speaker 19 (37:17):
Boy, but this was life a bottle fed Mama's boy.
From what I understand, I think the money is his
mom's money and she wants to know what he's spending
it on. So we have to send a vote of
the checks to the that aren't any surprises.

Speaker 7 (37:33):
Like even if that's the thing, wouldn't you want to
send it like later?

Speaker 2 (37:37):
Thanks for telling us, Brie, you didn't tell us that part.

Speaker 11 (37:40):
Yeah, I know, of course, Well he probably doesn't think.

Speaker 2 (37:43):
It's weird because he openly did it. But you guess what,
he's actually on the phone listening and has been listening
and wants to talk to you.

Speaker 13 (37:51):
Oh okay, Well, Hicky.

Speaker 6 (38:00):
Uh, I guess you would. I guess I wish you
would have said something about it. It's never struck me
as weird. My mom's been a financial manager for a
long time, so like she always she always loves to,
you know, double check bills and is very involved in money,
like it's a pretty normal thing to do.

Speaker 13 (38:18):
And your parents an expert, you know. And look at
the end.

Speaker 6 (38:21):
Of the day, like I get what you're saying about
her being involved, Like I totally do. But uh, you know,
once once my mom falls in love with you, like
she won't, she definitely won't be as involved, you know.

Speaker 13 (38:33):
That's that's that's just kind of a now thing. Well
what do you mean by that, Well.

Speaker 6 (38:40):
I mean, you know, she she worries, she worries that
that that people are like after me.

Speaker 13 (38:46):
For my money and her money, you know, both of
our moneyes.

Speaker 6 (38:50):
So you know, once what she meets you and like
approves of you and stuff, she'll she'll definitely like back off.
It won't be as big a deal when she knows
that you're in it for the right reasons.

Speaker 2 (39:00):
Oh yeah, in a way, it does.

Speaker 7 (39:03):
I just I wonder if money, if you're afraid of
people liking you for money, then maybe flashing it in
the beginning is maybe not the move.

Speaker 13 (39:10):
Yeah, I mean.

Speaker 6 (39:12):
Maybe, but like you know, again, the league is a
place for successful people, and like like I assume, I
assume that anyone I meet on there is also comfortable
with money and used to seeing money spence. So, like,
you know, it's not about flashing it. It's about providing
a level of I don't know, comfort, familiarity, like confidence, you.

Speaker 13 (39:38):
Know what I mean.

Speaker 19 (39:40):
Yeah, yeah, I mean I appreciate the lovely day, and
I think you're you're a lovely guy, But I just
do not feel comfortable with that much mother a Like
that was just to me, like next level. And I
find it very hard to believe that she will back
off whence she finds someone and she.

Speaker 6 (40:00):
Approves of I mean, she she will, that's kind of
HERMO will be very engaged up front and then back off.

Speaker 13 (40:07):
Which is coming.

Speaker 19 (40:09):
I have a lot of friends that have mother in
laws that stay more and it's not It's not that way.

Speaker 13 (40:15):
Listen, no offense.

Speaker 19 (40:15):
I'm sure she lovely too, but that is just not
something I can sign up for.

Speaker 2 (40:20):
Well, Brie, would you like to go on another date
with triple pay for it?

Speaker 13 (40:24):
Yeah? You know, and I'd really love to see again.
And you know, the second date is always a date
where I take someone to meet my mom, So you
know you could do that. Screw it away, okay.

Speaker 19 (40:37):
You know, I still I think you're gonna have to
stick with my no, thank you. I've never met someone's
parents on the second date, and this just seems like
a lot for me right from the get I just
don't think we're a match.

Speaker 6 (40:52):
You know, on the day you mentioned that you like Keish.
My mom makes a really great Keish, like missing up
a great opportunity for a good.

Speaker 2 (41:01):
I mean, Brie, come on, you gotta love a good
Keysh keithh Lorraine hit.

Speaker 13 (41:04):
It right again.

Speaker 19 (41:08):
I just don't think that that's I don't want to
lead you on trips. You seem like a nice guy.
I just think I got the itic and I don't
think I could come back from it. And if I
went over there for a second date. I'd be just
going over there for the keishe.

Speaker 7 (41:26):
At least you're honest.

Speaker 13 (41:29):
Jubile's first day follow up. How many times will my
company let me accidentally click a fishing link before they
fire me? Because I've done it twice already.

Speaker 2 (41:37):
This is a jewil show and there's a new trend
on TikTok that says you can tell what generation a
person is from just based off of the types of
tattoos they have. It gets really specific, down to where
they even have them on their body. O. Great, So
let's play a game millennial, gen Z or gen X.

(41:59):
I'll ask you guys a tattoo, and you see if you.

Speaker 7 (42:03):
Can tell me what generations from do we need to
go over the generation's Victoria looked a little nervous.

Speaker 5 (42:08):
Well, I just want to confirm who's why? Millennials?

Speaker 7 (42:10):
Why?

Speaker 2 (42:11):
Correct?

Speaker 5 (42:11):
Because like you can't just skip why.

Speaker 2 (42:13):
No, it's millennial, gen X, gen Z, millennial, there's no why.
There's no gen called a millennial, but it's the why. Okay,
we're going to technically.

Speaker 6 (42:22):
You take it.

Speaker 5 (42:23):
They can't just skip a letter now, but like that
they did anyway.

Speaker 13 (42:26):
That's.

Speaker 2 (42:28):
Very millennial of them.

Speaker 5 (42:29):
Of course think they're special.

Speaker 2 (42:31):
Go ahead, Z in the room right now. So think
about yourself while you listen, and where your tattoos are,
or people that you deal with, where they have tattoos,
and you can tell exactly apparently what generation they're from.
This is according to tattoo artists all over TikTok have
been sharing this so solid. So Victoria is a gen Z.

(42:55):
You're a millennial? Correct? And I believe I'm gen X.

Speaker 8 (43:00):
Look at us all represented, Nina, ask me the one
that skipped the freaking letter.

Speaker 7 (43:04):
Listen when we're special, we're special.

Speaker 2 (43:06):
Right here we go. If you have a dream catcher
on your hip, are you a millennial? B, gen X C,
gen Z? How are we Okay? Okay, okay, gen Z millennial, Victoria,
you're saying millennial. Yeah, you're saying gen Z. If you

(43:27):
have a dream catcher on your hip, you are millennial.
Game Victoria wins. Here's another question. They say you can
tell exactly what generation a person is from based off
of their tattoo. If you have a feather, are you
a gen X, B, gen Z C millennial? Nina, We'll

(43:51):
see you now this one. I want to say millennial
for a feather. Yeah, okay, you're saying millennial. Yeah, okay, Victoria.

Speaker 5 (43:58):
I'm singing the song feather by Sria Carpenter my head.
I think that might be gen Z gen.

Speaker 2 (44:04):
Z gen Z. I think if you have a feather,
you're gen X, which I don't know why gen X
is big with feathers, but.

Speaker 12 (44:15):
There are a lot of feathers for the gen X.

Speaker 2 (44:17):
Okay, okay, here we go. There's be lucky. I think
if you have a postage stamp tattooed on your body,
are z Z?

Speaker 13 (44:27):
That is gen Z?

Speaker 2 (44:29):
Are you b are you so retro? Then X a
millennial or gen Z? You're going to gen Z. We
like to travel, Victoria, gen Z, gen Z.

Speaker 12 (44:40):
What does that have to do.

Speaker 5 (44:40):
It's traveling a postcard. It's cut travel.

Speaker 2 (44:43):
Okay, that one is obviously so obvious because it is
gen Z. I just wanderlust. I just want to travel.
But also I don't have enough money to travel. Why
just give me money to travel. I know what I'll do.
I'll be a social media influencer, started to travel blog,
and then I'll just be able to travel. Oh my god,
it's really hard to do this. It's a lot of words,

(45:05):
takes time. I can't travel. Okay, you're traveling to do you? Guys?

Speaker 11 (45:09):
Want to?

Speaker 7 (45:09):
Really? But isn't a postage stamp so you can send
a letter?

Speaker 13 (45:13):
Mmm?

Speaker 5 (45:14):
Yeah, Well we don't do it. We don't do this anymore,
so we get to get a tattoo of it. So
we've got I got it, got it.

Speaker 2 (45:19):
They actually used to use these back in the data
send things in the malt to each other.

Speaker 5 (45:23):
Right, who does that anymore?

Speaker 2 (45:25):
All right, here we go. They say you can tell
everything about a person's generation based on the tattoo that
they have.

Speaker 7 (45:30):
The fact that I just had to ask that, like,
that's just blowing my mind because I knew it.

Speaker 2 (45:34):
Anyway, keep going. If you have a cartoon character on
your ankle.

Speaker 13 (45:41):
Gen x.

Speaker 2 (45:43):
X right away, I'm going millennial. You're going millennial, producer, Brad,
do you want to take a shot.

Speaker 3 (45:48):
I think it's definitely gen X cartoon character on your ankle.
Oh sorry, hold on, no, I think it's a millennial.
I'm gonna go millennial, going millennial on that.

Speaker 2 (45:55):
The answer is gen X, says the one person who
is in gen X, And I have a tattoo of
a cartoon character on my shoulder, though on my ankle.
I do have Marvin the Martians tattoo.

Speaker 7 (46:11):
Yes, where a whole bunch of gen xers were getting
like tweety birds on their ankle. Really yeah, I was
really little, and I remembered.

Speaker 2 (46:19):
Going, why are they all like them?

Speaker 3 (46:20):
I remember my friends in high school had like weird
book cartoon characters like where the Wild Things Are and things.

Speaker 2 (46:26):
As it was a big one. I remember that, Yeah,
Book of All Time? Yeah, yeah, So I was a
little bit different because I got Marvin the Martian. Yeah,
the Martian tattoo.

Speaker 7 (46:41):
You didn't even know that was going to help you
out now because the aliens are here, so you just
be like, exactly, all right, here we go.

Speaker 2 (46:53):
If you have Haku the Dragon from Spirited.

Speaker 8 (46:57):
Away tattoo on you spirited is that the t the
horse TV show Spirit?

Speaker 2 (47:03):
No, this is a different thing. Hacku the Dragon from
Spirited Away?

Speaker 5 (47:06):
It can't be GenZ. I don't even know what that is.

Speaker 2 (47:08):
Are you at a gen Z B millennial or c
gen X Hacku the Dragon from Spirited Away? Nina, what
do you think?

Speaker 7 (47:16):
Don't know what it is, but I am going to
guess millennial.

Speaker 2 (47:18):
Okay, I'm guessing gen X says gen X.

Speaker 5 (47:21):
You will sound like the only person who.

Speaker 2 (47:23):
Knows what that is.

Speaker 12 (47:24):
I'm gonna say gen Z because it feels a little
bit of anime.

Speaker 7 (47:27):
Whoa, it does feel anime, feel anime.

Speaker 3 (47:30):
I don't know what this is, but it feels like
something producer bad. You would be correct.

Speaker 2 (47:33):
It is gen Z.

Speaker 12 (47:34):
Yeah, because of the anime.

Speaker 2 (47:39):
Oh if we have to argue every single one.

Speaker 5 (47:44):
Oh yeah, I don't know me wrong, I don't know,
I mean wrong.

Speaker 2 (47:49):
If you have a bow and a locket tattooed on.

Speaker 7 (47:52):
You, Oh man, this is embarrassing. But I'm gonna say
a millennial.

Speaker 5 (47:56):
I'm gonna say millennial.

Speaker 12 (47:58):
I'm gonna say gen X, and I think it's on
the five.

Speaker 2 (48:00):
It's gen Z.

Speaker 5 (48:02):
Why gen Z? Also we like the minimal and the classic.

Speaker 2 (48:07):
Oh yeah, Bose lockets and stamps, so just retro stuff.

Speaker 3 (48:14):
Yeah, it'll never experience physical locks, bows on gifts because
they can't afford them. Stamps, they don't send mail, just
stuff they're never going to have. They'll just draw it
on their next tattoo. I'm gonna get a typewriter tattoo on.

Speaker 5 (48:27):
My back because I'm a writer on social media, I would.

Speaker 2 (48:32):
Never use a typewriter. I use my phone.

Speaker 5 (48:36):
You have the typewriter on your phone?

Speaker 13 (48:40):
What I don't know.

Speaker 5 (48:42):
Yeah, and it makes it look like a typewrite.

Speaker 2 (48:45):
Oh, this is so cool. I feel like my grandparents,
but not really because they were dumb and they use
something that was so hard to use, like a typewriter.
But I use my phonemaker looked like a typewriter.

Speaker 5 (48:56):
I have a typewriter.

Speaker 2 (48:57):
Guy Ai to write it for me.

Speaker 13 (49:00):
Almost stuff.

Speaker 2 (49:01):
You guys love people into I haven't thought in a week.
This is a great time for Nina's what's trending.

Speaker 7 (49:10):
Meg the Stallion is inviting you to a twerking challenge.
You think you got what it takes, step right up,
because as of right now, Make the Stallion has the
best booty on Instagram, whether that's self proclaimed or fans proclaimed.

Speaker 2 (49:23):
Yeah, I would argue with that. Well, she's asking you
to show her.

Speaker 18 (49:28):
So.

Speaker 7 (49:29):
She is promoting her new song that dropped on Friday
called Wanna Bee, and she's saying, listen, you got it,
shake to my song, tag me in it, and you
could have the new title of best booty on Instagram.

Speaker 5 (49:40):
She will you have to do this well.

Speaker 2 (49:42):
Challenge accepted. Yeah, definitely. Okay, get ready coming for you, ladies.

Speaker 7 (49:50):
If you crave sweets when you're sad and lonely, there's
a reason for it, and we know that because of science.
Science says it's because actually act like an emotional pain killer,
and they have a name for it. It's called the
Bridget Jones effect. So if you're familiar with Bridget Jones,
it's a rom com. Bridget Jones is every time you
get babe meeting what Bridget Jones' diary Bridget Jones' diary movie.

(50:13):
Oh yeah, okay, it's a rom com movie. So anytime
she was sad about her relationships, she'd sit there and
eat ice cream, and that's what happens in a lot
of movies. But science went further to say that there
is real claim to why we do that.

Speaker 2 (50:27):
So get your pain killers on.

Speaker 7 (50:30):
Is that's so funny? Not those pain killers. I meant sugar. Well,
I've always have to do that. This is actually really interesting.
If you've been following the baseball season, you may have
noticed that there's been an influx of pitcher injuries so far,
and now the Major League Baseball Players Association is blaming
that on the short pitchclock. So the pitch clock has

(50:50):
changed this season and it's making pitchers have to pitch out, yeah,
pitch faster, and because of that, it's causing some injuries,
they believe. So there is currently a significant comprehensive research
study going on to prove this or not and whether
that means they'll change the pitch clock again.

Speaker 2 (51:07):
I don't I don't fast do they have to throw it?
Great question, m I'll check see what it is because
I thought it was like thirteen seconds or something like that.

Speaker 5 (51:15):
Whoa seriously, but why did it change it?

Speaker 2 (51:17):
Anyways?

Speaker 5 (51:17):
Like why don't they just keep it on the same.

Speaker 7 (51:18):
Pitch because I think it was going too long. The
games were going super long before, right, Yeah, we're taking
the time.

Speaker 8 (51:24):
Interesting, so they did twenty seconds, Okay, they have fifteen
tickets between pitches to hurry up and pitch it again.

Speaker 2 (51:30):
Yeah, so anyway, interesting twenty seconds if they have runners
on base, that's pretty quick, actually though, that is yeah
you mentally, like.

Speaker 7 (51:40):
That's not even just that, like your arm, like your muscle,
like even when you're working out, you take a second
to you know, get your lactic acid to move out, right. Anyway,
that's what's trending because I'm trying to act like I
know what I'm talking about, but I do.

Speaker 2 (51:52):
By the way, jeubles dirty little Secret. Hello, Hello, Hey,
what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 10 (52:00):
I do, and I'm so glad I can finally get
it out.

Speaker 2 (52:05):
Of course.

Speaker 10 (52:07):
Okay, so twenty three years now, I were on a
seventh child.

Speaker 13 (52:12):
You have no idea.

Speaker 10 (52:14):
I eat my scats and I eat a little bit
of puss.

Speaker 14 (52:18):
I tried to stop, and it's just because it's a
texture thing.

Speaker 10 (52:23):
I like to pick up my scats, but it almost
got out. My son saw me do it, and then
I said.

Speaker 13 (52:30):
Oh, yes, it's fine that just eat scats. You can
eat your two and I was joking.

Speaker 10 (52:34):
So he actually did it, and his grandfather saw him
and said.

Speaker 13 (52:38):
That is disgusting.

Speaker 10 (52:39):
I can't believe he did that. Go and get something
and wipe it out, and he goes, who's you learning
from my dad? So when he confronted me on it,
I was like, what he did?

Speaker 15 (52:49):
What?

Speaker 14 (52:51):
Don't lie? I'll never do anything like that, and the
secret has been safe. I'm just glad I can get
it out, fortunately, and I'm trying to stop because it
is a disgusting but I do eat my guess.

Speaker 2 (53:06):
Yeah, thank you for telling us your dirty little secret
on my jack on the.

Speaker 13 (53:12):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (53:15):
All right, hello, Hi, hey you have a dirty little secret.

Speaker 13 (53:21):
Yeah.

Speaker 15 (53:21):
So I'm a service technician and I go to people's houses, obviously,
and I'm all saying, I'm on the way I got
to get I don't know if you want the whole story,
but I'm ninety nine percent sure that I thought someone
having an affair.

Speaker 2 (53:39):
Oh, I love as a bunch of the story as
you want to get me.

Speaker 15 (53:43):
So I call, you know, I called the number I have, say, okay,
I'm going to be there in twenty minutes. The guy says, yeah,
I'm at work all day. My wife's at home. I
get there, you know, a ring. I knock on the door, YadA, YadA.

Speaker 13 (53:56):
You know.

Speaker 15 (53:56):
I didn't get an answer, so I walked to my
truck to get like a sorry we missed you sticker
on the door. So I noticed that there was one
light on upstairs, two cars in the driveway.

Speaker 13 (54:10):
So I figured someone would go maybe but knocking.

Speaker 15 (54:13):
Again, no answer, put the tag on the door, walked
back to my truck.

Speaker 13 (54:16):
The light upstairs is off.

Speaker 15 (54:18):
Oh so this was like ten o'clock in the morning
or something.

Speaker 13 (54:23):
I ended up. I ended up going.

Speaker 15 (54:25):
Back there at like four point thirty in the afternoon
that same day. The husband answers the door and says, sorry,
my wife forgot about it.

Speaker 13 (54:37):
She said she was out shopping in the morning.

Speaker 2 (54:39):
Oh you didn't go. Oh weird because there was two
cars here and there was a light that went on.

Speaker 15 (54:46):
I didn't mention that, you know what, one car was gone.
One car was in the exact same spot. So I
don't know if I'm kind of being PARANOI.

Speaker 2 (55:00):
Detective skills to me.

Speaker 15 (55:01):
Yeah, I mean, I'm over analytical and stuff. But yeah,
you know, obviously they of course the other car was gone,
replaced by what I shouldn't was the husband's cards. You know,
they could have a teenager or something with home. Maybe
she did actually forget, but.

Speaker 2 (55:14):
I don't know. Or maybe she does instacart and they
give her like really good service.

Speaker 15 (55:21):
I don't know, friends could have picked her up, you know,
I don't know.

Speaker 13 (55:26):
That's something that's kind of sticking with me.

Speaker 2 (55:28):
That's crazy. Well, thank you for telling us your dirty
little secret. Man, poor husband, have a good one.

Speaker 5 (55:36):
What's your dirty little secret?
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