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May 23, 2024 44 mins
The Morning Hack- 3 articles of clothing that make you more attractive...and 3 articles of clothing that make you less attractive. Ryan’s Roses- her and her husband are in the thick of it. They’re fighting. She told him to get out. She says they’re both stubborn and not talking. But she wants to see if he wants to get back together or if there’s someone else.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
From Hollywood to you.

Speaker 2 (00:02):
Thank you for listening to us.

Speaker 1 (00:03):
Ryan Air on Air with a Ryan Seacrest.

Speaker 2 (00:09):
Mark, what's going on? What's wrong? What are you looking at?
People like that?

Speaker 3 (00:12):

Speaker 2 (00:12):
No, already testing testing, last minute test on that camera.

Speaker 1 (00:15):
The guest you ready to quit? Arrive like that way
we look at it.

Speaker 2 (00:18):
Nobody's coming on but with the back roommate come in
later in the show. I want to be They will
come in later. I've got this whole big changes to
the shell, big changes to the shell.

Speaker 1 (00:29):
I love it.

Speaker 2 (00:30):
See and I haven't come in because sometimes I can't
see it because of the wall. So who's in there?
I got coll out? Are you there?

Speaker 1 (00:38):
It's just me and michaela right now?

Speaker 2 (00:40):
Well, who's the other person?

Speaker 4 (00:41):
That's Delevo's cut out?

Speaker 2 (00:49):
The bring it over, bring later. Bring didn't look like
Demi the reflection in the glass, you.

Speaker 4 (01:02):
Know, we used to have that facing the window, like
facing out and then like the built.

Speaker 2 (01:07):
Somebody complained, but you put her in front of a
computer screen. Looks like she's working over it.

Speaker 5 (01:13):
Is so funny, so funny.

Speaker 1 (01:16):
I forgot to love hilarious.

Speaker 2 (01:19):
So good. Well, well, well, who's gonna get the gold
star in the back might could be anybody's game. Uh,
it's Ryan's Roses Thursday. Check this out. Wow. She and
her husband are in the thick of it. They're in

a big fight. She told them to get out. She
says that they're both stubborn. They're not talking, but she
wants to see if he wants to get back together,
and she wants to test him by finding out if
he sends a roses to her or you know, someone else.
So it's kind of a test.

Speaker 4 (01:54):
I'm kind of here for this, although I wish that
she could just they could just talk it out and
we don't have to go to these routes.

Speaker 2 (02:02):
But well then we wouldn't have a segment.

Speaker 1 (02:03):
No, no, no, but the segment is usually for tiny cheaters.

Speaker 6 (02:07):

Speaker 2 (02:07):
I like this one too. Yeah, I like it for
the for the cause, I get it. Yeah, we can
be productive for her because she sounds like she wants
to get back to it. Oh so you're right, Like,
just talk, guys, just say look, are we gonna work
this out or not?

Speaker 5 (02:20):
Well, sometimes talking doesn't work.

Speaker 2 (02:22):
A lot of times for me.

Speaker 1 (02:24):
Yeah, I'd rather not on air with a Ryan Seacret.

Speaker 2 (02:32):
Lisa. What's up?

Speaker 7 (02:34):

Speaker 3 (02:35):
Guys? So I am calling in the kind of major advice.
So this is a story about eight years ago. My
husband and I bought our first house and my aunt
was kind enough to gift us with the beautiful dining
room table. It was great, We loved it for the
time that we were there, but we moved kind of

recently and we knew when we were moove that the
table probably wasn't going to fit into our new space,
so we've had it in storage in our garage. We
just started undergoing a kitchen renovation and we know for
sure that this dining room table is not going to
fit and it's not going to go with our new
aesthetic that we're going for during this renovation. So what

we did was because it's my mom's sister. So again
my aunt, my mom did not want us to tell
her that we were going to get rid of the table,
so we decided to sell the table so someone else
can love it like we did. And instead of just
telling her, we just keep lying and saying it's in storage.
So again, the kitchen renovation, it's underway, it's going to

be finished kind of soon. It's been going quickly, thankfully,
and obviously she's going to be coming over at some
point and seeing the table's not there. So my mom
keeps just saying, keep telling her its in storage. But
obviously the the jig is going to be up pretty soon,
and we really don't want to hurt her feelings at all,
So I just I'm not quite sure. And it's gone.

The table's gone now, and we sold it and we're
using it to get a new table. So it's, you know,
kind of like the gift that kept on giving. But
we just don't know what to stay to her to
not hurt her feelings.

Speaker 2 (04:21):
Well, there's two paths here, lie or not? Would you
be comfortable lying?

Speaker 3 (04:28):
I mean, we've been doing it for this long that
the thing is, do we just keep going?

Speaker 2 (04:33):
Can it be in storage? Can it be in repair?
Can it be being you know, restained, Could it be
any of those things retained?

Speaker 1 (04:40):
That's a good one, I mean.

Speaker 3 (04:43):
But then again, but the thing is, then too we
hope to host holidays in our brand new kitchen, and
so eventually.

Speaker 2 (04:53):
I hate, we cannot lie to your aunt, so just
rip the bandd off and say, look, we sell it
or get rid of it to get our new table.

Speaker 1 (04:58):
Look, look, what's her name? You don't have say her name.

Speaker 2 (05:01):

Speaker 1 (05:03):
Sure, Glady and Gladys.

Speaker 4 (05:05):
I'm so sorry. When we came in here, the table
didn't fit. We really tried to make it.

Speaker 2 (05:09):
Work in honor of you. Yes, we got this.

Speaker 1 (05:13):
We ended up selling it and with that money we
bought this table.

Speaker 2 (05:16):
And this is the Aunt Gladys ceremonial table. We will
have holidays and we will celebrate uh births.

Speaker 4 (05:23):
And maybe she's gonna be mad, maybe she was very
attached to the table.

Speaker 2 (05:27):
She can't be mad when you just get fact that
this is the celebratory table that brings the family to gather.
Thank you, Aunt Gladys. Whatever it was right for this.
We're going to break our breath chers.

Speaker 8 (05:39):
I really like that.

Speaker 4 (05:40):
I'm going to go with it because you can't keep
living this lie and then just.

Speaker 2 (05:47):
Just be glib and no one can really stop you,
you know what I mean? Yeah?

Speaker 9 (05:52):
All right, thank you, thank you, guys, thank you.

Speaker 2 (05:55):
All right, good luck bye.

Speaker 5 (05:58):
I like that word glib.

Speaker 2 (05:59):
Yeah, to like own it and just plow through it. Right?
Does it act like you know what you're talking about?

Speaker 8 (06:04):
Own it?

Speaker 1 (06:04):
You're about to tell her to lie?

Speaker 2 (06:08):
Yes, we rack the tape. I said, what do you
want to do? You can tell the truth or you
can lie.

Speaker 4 (06:13):
I didn't know all these ideas of all these lies
because she didn't want to tell.

Speaker 2 (06:18):
She's getting option, choice choice.

Speaker 10 (06:21):
Ryan was just giving the like poo poop platter like
he was just giving an option.

Speaker 2 (06:25):
There was two paths. There was a Robert Frost poem.

Speaker 1 (06:28):
No, no, no, he's your poachry fan, Come over here?

Speaker 2 (06:32):
What do you like? Who do you read? I just
love the Frost Man. Which path did you take? I
took the one? Let's travel by and that has made
all the difference. Let's go am if pinctameter later.

Speaker 4 (06:44):
I love your dorkiness, like the fact that like that
gets you excited.

Speaker 1 (06:50):
That just show true true love for radio.

Speaker 2 (06:53):
I called Mark uh Mark start producer. I don't know
if y'all know this, but that's the one that sounds
like he wants to take my job and you know
on air host. That's Mark. He's great. He's been here
for a long time. How long time? Thirteen years? I
don't it. You're really good now, stay humble, but you're
really good at it.

Speaker 1 (07:11):
Thank you very much.

Speaker 2 (07:12):
I love it. But he does want to when I
not here, he might be on air, Sistanyanian, Mark, I
don't know. I mean, it's not a bad gig. You
gotta tell you, Mark, No, I don't think. I don't think.
So you don't think what I could ever do? What
you do? Oh Mark.

Speaker 1 (07:30):

Speaker 2 (07:33):
Oh so anyway, No, I said to him, I said, hey,
remember when Systney Eutania called me baby girl? Can't say
a baby girl, but baby baby girl. I ran into
some people that said, hey, how you called? They called
you a baby girl. That's great. I was like, it is, yeah,
it's great, and think it's great that they call me
baby girl. Yeah, so called Mark. I go, you know,
we should do a commercial for the show, right well,

promo runs in other day parts with that whole thing
that happened on the air spontaneously. It's kind of fun,
you know. It sort of sort of says who we are, right,
it's like an example of what we do in the morning,
our little promo. And he said, what'd you say? We
already have it?

Speaker 10 (08:08):
Yeah, remember after it aired, I literally said that needs
to be a promo.

Speaker 2 (08:12):
But I didn't know if it got made. A lot
of things are said, and who knows if it actually happened, right, So,
here it is? Can I play it?

Speaker 3 (08:18):

Speaker 11 (08:19):
On air with.

Speaker 2 (08:20):
Ryan Seacrest, do you think I'm a baby girl? Have
you heard that expression? Do you think you're a baby girl?
You know what that means? But I have my own interpretation.

Speaker 5 (08:29):
Mornings on one or two kiss fm.

Speaker 2 (08:33):
Uh Now I said a baby girl? I learned since
it's just baby girl. Yeah, but we want to be
baby girls? What is it? Just for people who are
listening right now, they want to go home and be
called baby girl? What is it?

Speaker 10 (08:44):
It's like some it's it's it's like a guy that's
very cute, see, kind of the kind of guy you
want to marry, like in a cute see way.

Speaker 2 (08:52):
Does this shirt scream baby girl?

Speaker 5 (08:56):
Kind of?

Speaker 2 (08:57):
Or you didn't? You didn't like that chance? You didn't.
You didn't want to answer that quiet Wow, you're trying
to be nice.

Speaker 10 (09:02):
No, this shirt could be kind of Yeah, it's a
kind of baby girl.

Speaker 2 (09:07):
Do you think Michael, your husband is a baby girls.

Speaker 4 (09:12):
With different outfits could be it's a demeanor. It's the
way you care yourself.

Speaker 2 (09:18):
Yeah, yeah, it's just it's a it's a What about
Robbie your fiance? Is he baby girl?

Speaker 5 (09:23):
Sometimes he's a baby girl. Sometimes he's not.

Speaker 2 (09:26):
Why like that? I can't want Did she just wink
at you? Please? Just take me to seven? Oh my gosh, Like,
can we make time go faster?

Speaker 5 (09:36):
I always have to take it there? You know, No,
you don't.

Speaker 2 (09:40):
You just answer the question and you'll have to change
your voice when you do it. I gotta get to
this morning hack. Next, three items of clothing that will
make you attractive and three that will not. I think
the three that would make me attractive would make me
not like all six might make me not. Okay, This
is a a poll on Reddit. First off, three articles

of clothing that will make you more attractive? What do
you think about this? Do you think it's cool when
someone wears sunglasses?

Speaker 11 (10:12):

Speaker 2 (10:13):
No, they say they say people think it's more attractive.

Speaker 1 (10:16):
Let's see.

Speaker 2 (10:17):
I think when you're talking to somebody, No, But when
you see somebody like in their car, yeah, it's and
you look cool right now? She put them on. I
cannot deal with you if you were working with them on.

Speaker 6 (10:27):

Speaker 4 (10:29):
An artists come in for an interview, like I came
into to have a serious.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
Shift changed afternoons.

Speaker 1 (10:34):
You rather did the show with sunglasses?

Speaker 2 (10:36):
By the way, somebody did I forget who it was,
but somebody came in there to day with sunglasses on,
and I was, okay, take them off.

Speaker 5 (10:43):
I remember who it was because I'm a big fan.

Speaker 2 (10:47):
Are you still Yeah?

Speaker 5 (10:49):
But it didn't annoy me like I was, like, take
the glasses off.

Speaker 1 (10:51):
Sometimes it's part of the Oh there's a clue.

Speaker 2 (10:53):
Oh wow, I can't remember.

Speaker 10 (10:55):
I do.

Speaker 1 (10:55):
Sometimes it's part of the outfit.

Speaker 2 (11:00):
No, that's not who it was that we were thinking of.

Speaker 5 (11:02):
Well she did too, mm hmm.

Speaker 2 (11:05):
But she that's fine. I think she should. She looks
fine with them. But I don't know. Somebody else did it.
Tubs are somebody walking in here with them on tubs? Boots,
Boots are sexy, Boots are cool. People love boots.

Speaker 1 (11:18):
I do love boots.

Speaker 2 (11:19):
I do too, you know. I love boots and a.

Speaker 1 (11:23):
Suit on men or women.

Speaker 2 (11:27):
Yeah. I like boots in a suit on me.

Speaker 1 (11:32):
Yes, okay, Mark, what's that's.

Speaker 2 (11:35):
So about that? That's funny because we're talking about clothing. Fine, attractive,
they're just clarifying, clarify, yeah, right, all right, Yeah, these
are the attractive three that people people think are attractive. Sunglasses, boots,
and perfectly fitted jeans.

Speaker 1 (11:49):
That's true, a good pair of jeans, so.

Speaker 2 (11:52):
I'm going with the nude gene. I don't know if
you saw me.

Speaker 1 (11:57):
Is that are okay?

Speaker 11 (11:58):

Speaker 5 (11:59):

Speaker 2 (11:59):
What did you see? Because we went ME and Robbie
Tany at lunch other day and I came in my
new kind of style of jeans.

Speaker 5 (12:06):
I could tell that you're trying to be trendy because I.

Speaker 4 (12:08):
See them, because you always wear fitted pants, and I
like that look on you, like it's good, goes good.

Speaker 10 (12:16):
With your body, baggy with baggy jeans, and I was like,
I see what you're doing, and I appreciate the trucks.

Speaker 2 (12:24):
And I rolled up the bottoms.

Speaker 1 (12:26):
Yeah, okay, I see them. Did you wear similar jeans
to chalk the other day as did jeans? Okay?

Speaker 2 (12:33):
Yes? Are you here for it?

Speaker 1 (12:35):
I was here for it.

Speaker 2 (12:36):

Speaker 1 (12:37):
And the polo tucked in that day, mm hmm.

Speaker 2 (12:41):
A lot for me not to get into fitted ones.

Speaker 5 (12:44):
I prefer you and fitted pants. Oh my god.

Speaker 2 (12:47):
I do three articles of clothing that will make it
less attractive. They say, Crocs. I like crocs. I like crocs.
I like shoes like that. Oh, Camo camouflage stuff.

Speaker 4 (12:58):
Oh really, camo and a shark tooth necklace Camel's back.

Speaker 2 (13:04):
That's what they This is what the article says. And
a shark tooth necklace. I don't have any of those.

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Oh we got max in a shark tooth necklace from Cambo.

Speaker 2 (13:13):
I feel like they are creating bagcar. If you have
a tooth of a shark around your neck and you
get into an ocean, Yeah, like somebody's going to be
pissed about that. That swims today's quote. Even people who
betray you are part of the plan. That's what we say.
It may not seem like it's going great, but that
not going great. It's going to be better in the
long run. I FM headlines with Tanya rad Yeah.

Speaker 10 (13:33):
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Speaker 2 (14:04):
On air with Ryan Seacrest. Let me grab Stephanie for
a second in Bellflower, y'all, Stephanie's on the phone. Thank
you for putting her on a hold in the back room. Stephanie,
Good morning, Bellflower. What's going down in Bellflower this morning?

Speaker 7 (14:21):
So basically, my friend hucked up with this guy right
and she was well, she first Paul wanted me to
hook up with him, and like it turns out that
like after a month, she hooked up with him.

Speaker 8 (14:31):
I just want the red flag.

Speaker 2 (14:34):
Your friend hooked up with the guy she's setting you
up with now, like she already hooked up with them
before and now wants to send you his way.

Speaker 7 (14:43):
No, no, no other way around. So she told me
to hook up with him. We went out, she didn't
actually hook up, but now like after a month, she's
like hooking up with him.

Speaker 1 (14:53):
Are you interested in him?

Speaker 3 (14:55):

Speaker 6 (14:55):
Well that's why.

Speaker 7 (14:56):
Don't know if I should be bothered or confront her.

Speaker 2 (14:58):
Hold on, I need to understand, she set you up,
you didn't hook up, but she was fine. If you did.
Now she's hooking up with the guy she set you
up with. Correct, Oh, no, wonder everyone's confused.

Speaker 4 (15:11):
Yeah, well did you tell her, Hey, it didn't really
work out with this guy, I'm not into him.

Speaker 7 (15:17):
I did mention that to her, But I don't know
if it's like a red spot could not have heard.
Now she's hooking up with it.

Speaker 2 (15:23):
How long have you known her?

Speaker 7 (15:25):
I know her for like a couple of years now.

Speaker 2 (15:28):
I think it's very odd. I mean, to me, it's
very peculiar that she would set you up with someone,
you go out with them, and then she goes to
hook up. It's almost like she wanted to do this
to you, even though you did hook up with him
and she did. I think she's playing you.

Speaker 1 (15:42):
I don't know if she's playing you, but maybe she
was like projecting and she was not.

Speaker 4 (15:45):
Maybe she was also trying to fight not hooking up
with this guy, so she was like, oh, he set
him up with my friend, but she should have come
to you first.

Speaker 2 (15:54):
I feel like she's trying to play you in this.

Speaker 11 (15:57):

Speaker 7 (15:57):
But at the end of the day, I'm like, I
kind of if you don't care, because I never even
like took anything serious with him.

Speaker 5 (16:04):
Yeah, then who cares? It's like free for all.

Speaker 1 (16:06):

Speaker 4 (16:07):
I mean it's like, do you care about losing this
friend or do you care about caring?

Speaker 7 (16:12):
At the same time, I like, I do care because
I guess at the end of the day we were
friends and like, I won't say we are still friends, but.

Speaker 1 (16:18):
The fact that she did that, then you need to
have a conversation with her.

Speaker 2 (16:22):
I'm gonna tell you, I've lived on this planet for
a handful of years. I don't like it at all. Oh,
I don't like it at all. But Stephanie, if you don't,
if it doesn't, I mean, it bothers you enough to
call its so clearly it does bother you. I don't.
I don't like the character move on this one. For me,
I don't like it.

Speaker 7 (16:39):
I just think it's weird.

Speaker 2 (16:40):
I agree.

Speaker 1 (16:41):
Then if you think it's weird, talk to her or
be done without her out mm hmm. Thanks, I mean,
are your choices?

Speaker 2 (16:51):
Thank you for bringing that up. That's a twisty one, right,
It's a twisty one. It's almost like, did she did
she set her up with him so she could take
him away. That's what I feel like.

Speaker 4 (17:01):
I don't think it was that contrived, but I think
she was not. She was unsure what she wanted in
her and then all of a sudden maybe talking to
him being and then she got to know him more,
and then she's like, oh, wait a minute, I think.

Speaker 1 (17:12):
I like him.

Speaker 2 (17:13):
My heart's on tilt the bad way for that.

Speaker 10 (17:16):
Yeah, I understand, Okay, you're mindful, But my heart's on tilt.

Speaker 5 (17:21):
I've never heard that before.

Speaker 2 (17:22):
I think I might have just made it up, like
my heart's on till. It's like not you know the
thing on the airplane shows the horizon, the ball, the
ball with the blue sky and the round.

Speaker 5 (17:32):
My heart's on tilt.

Speaker 2 (17:33):
It's on til it bring it back to bring it
back to level. Yeah, my heart's on level. My heart's
on tilt, like.

Speaker 1 (17:41):
When you're flying a plane.

Speaker 2 (17:43):
No, you know that ball in the cockpit every sing
that like when you're flying plane. I was like, yeah,
you know the ball down when you move the plane. Yes,
that's like your heart. His heart's on tilt.

Speaker 4 (17:55):
My heart, it's beautiful. It's like a song lyric.

Speaker 2 (17:59):
Well, give it to Michael.

Speaker 5 (18:00):
That could be your first tattoo.

Speaker 2 (18:02):
Heart's tilt as a tattoo I used it as a
bad thing. Yeah, that's not yeah till. It's not equal.
It's not like on the it's not level anotter thing.

Speaker 1 (18:12):
It would be like you untilt my heart.

Speaker 2 (18:15):
Yeah, you untilted my heart, until my heart you love
me again, Tony Braxton, Guys in the back room, that's
what was uh okay? Now coming up, we have a

Ryan's roses. The deal is this, it's a test. She
and her husband are in a fight and she told
him to get out. Both are you know, playing the
stubborn role right now. But she wants to make up.
She wants to get back together, but she wants to
find out if he's with somebody else or wants to
get back together by testing him. Who's he gonna send
the roses to.

Speaker 1 (18:55):
I think it's like.

Speaker 4 (18:56):
Her final This is her final pool to try to
see if it's going to work with her husband.

Speaker 1 (19:01):
So I'm here.

Speaker 2 (19:01):
We'll get to that coming. So all right, do you
pick your nose? Yes? I know everyone does, and we
all do. Where do you put it?

Speaker 3 (19:09):

Speaker 2 (19:10):
The counter? You Brian John, I'm not saying we, I'm
saying under the counter. A lot of people do.

Speaker 1 (19:18):
Now I know what you do. I don't want to
go over in your area over there.

Speaker 2 (19:22):
Once I put on your passenger seat when you took
me to lunch.

Speaker 1 (19:28):
Now that one is actually more believable.

Speaker 2 (19:32):
Transparency, Tanya, please, it is so. Now this is serious.
Picking your nose can lead to something really bad, Sisney,
what do we know?

Speaker 4 (19:38):
Yes, and they're saying that picking your nose may increase
your chances of getting Alzheimer's. Now, they've been trying to
figure out Alzheimer's for years, right, and they think that
there is a protein called beta amyloid and it's the.

Speaker 1 (19:52):
Key cause of the disease. So this new.

Speaker 4 (19:55):
Report says that beta amyloid may be produced by the
brain as a like a defense against pathogens introduced into
the nose like a dirty finger.

Speaker 1 (20:07):
And so it's all.

Speaker 4 (20:08):
Being traveled through your nasal, canal, cavity, whatever. And they're
saying it's linked over time.

Speaker 2 (20:17):
All the time, whatever's on your finger has this gootgun
it and the whatever you call it is bad, bad,
bad over time, and it could lead or increase your
chances of getting Alzheimer's. That is what worth shattering to
think about. I mean, I already I've trained myself not
to put my fingers in my eyes, like I've really

gotten good that not touched my face. I've gotten better
at that, But I do roll up in there sometimes
to check it out.

Speaker 4 (20:46):
Yeah, and especially if it's more so. Sometimes if you
have like an itch and you just go digging for gold,
you gotta get it out.

Speaker 2 (20:54):
Yeah, So get your kids to start not doing it early.

Speaker 4 (20:58):
I mean when we have the nose for you, Tom,
when they were like babies because they couldn't figure out
how to blow their noses or whatever.

Speaker 1 (21:04):
Now they just yeah, I don't know what they do.

Speaker 5 (21:08):
But when I was a kid, I used to go
in there hard.

Speaker 2 (21:11):
You don't now as an adult, as an.

Speaker 10 (21:13):
Engagement, honess, not really. I don't pick my nose all
that often.

Speaker 2 (21:17):
Or you're going to live longer. Yeah, I mean, your
odds are in your favor. It's one of two point
seven kiss up in Los Angeles. Let's get into it
right now. It's time for Ryan's roses. Ryan says, tany
I threw my husband out a few days ago. We
have not spoken since I saw his car a few
blocks over at a woman's house. I want to see
if he does the right thing and sends me the roses.

So it's a test. She wants to test him. Brianna,
thank you for coming on just quickly. We understand what
you want to do. We understand the test you want
to send to your husband. Why are you guys fighting?
What's the big issue here?

Speaker 8 (21:53):
Well, we've been together for a very long time and
our relationship has been qualatile pretty much the whole time.
We've had ups and downs, blow ups, you know, But
this last time it was really bad and he just
he went too far. I don't want to get into

the details or anything, but you know, it wasn't abusive.
It's never been to be abusive to each other. It
just got awful and nasty and.

Speaker 2 (22:24):
Disrespecting anybody another person involved, Like what frame it up?
All right?

Speaker 8 (22:31):
So after the fight I told him to leave. He left.
This was about a week and a half ago, and
a couple of days ago, I drove by our friend Maggie.
She lives a couple you know, streets down and his
car was there and I haven't spoken to him. He
has since spoken to me. I don't know where he's staying.

Speaker 2 (22:53):
Man. I need you to say, Ryan, you have my
permission to call, and then his name on a kiss
FM go ahead.

Speaker 8 (23:00):
Ryan, you have my permission to call.

Speaker 2 (23:04):
Them. Guys, been made a long time, big fight. This
is a really big fight. You kicked him out, you
said go away. Then you see his car a couple
of streets over in front of a woman named Maggie's house.
Is Maggie's single? Who's Maggie?

Speaker 8 (23:17):
Maggie's our friend. I know she's divorced, but I don't
know her status.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
So you're saying to us, I want to call him.
I want to find out if he's offered roses? Does
he think of me? Does he think of her? Does
he think of somebody else? Like? What's his Where is
he right now? Where is his head? That's what we're
doing brown this. It'd be very quiet. We're gonna call
him now and see what we can find out. Okay,
good luck, Thank you?

Speaker 11 (23:48):

Speaker 1 (23:49):
Hi, can I speak to Marcos? Please?

Speaker 11 (23:52):

Speaker 1 (23:54):
My name is Kelly. I'm calling from the O C. Flores.
How you doing this morning?

Speaker 11 (24:00):
I'm doing all right? What's going on?

Speaker 3 (24:02):

Speaker 4 (24:02):
You know, we're offering a promotion for local residents. So
it's a free dozen red roses that you can send
to anybody that you'd like. They're absolutely free. Just trying
to promote our business to kind of get the word out.
And I don't need cash from you or anything like that.
They are absolutely free. Is there anybody you'd want to
send flowers to? Free ros It's a dozen a dozen
red long stem roses. Actually, wow, Okay, okay, we can

start with the name of the person you want to
send them to.

Speaker 11 (24:31):
So I think I'm gonna send them to my wife, Brianna.
You know, it's complicated. We gotten like a huge fight.
It's kind of good time. We got into like a
huge fight and uh, you know, unfortunately she she threw
me out and we're you know, we're cooling down. She's

not speaking. You know, I don't know. I don't know
how to look if I send her a dozen roses?

Speaker 5 (24:58):

Speaker 1 (24:59):
And what you like to put on the card?

Speaker 11 (25:05):
So you know what, let's just put missing you, missing you?

Speaker 2 (25:10):
Okay, Marcos got it?

Speaker 11 (25:16):

Speaker 2 (25:16):
Hello, your voice is being broadcast on the radio. My
name is Ryan. I have sistening and Tanya with me
here on the air. I have your wife on the line, Brianna, Uh, Brianna.
Just so Marc goes full disclosure, your wife explained to
us here, which is why we're calling that you guys

had a big fight. You've had your ups and downs,
You've had a big fight. But she saw your car
in front of Maggie's house, and that's why we're calling.
Can you take this moment. Things are going well on
this call, but can you take this moment to tell
your wife what's going on? Anything with you and Maggie.

Speaker 11 (25:57):
Yeah? No, Uh, there's nothing going on between me and Maggie.

Speaker 2 (26:02):
What were you doing with that? You think that because
your car was there? So why why were you What
was going on? What were you there for?

Speaker 3 (26:09):

Speaker 11 (26:09):
That Honestly, the whole neighborhood knows. I was kicked out
of the house, and so she just thinks she invited
she invited me for dinner.

Speaker 2 (26:18):
Okay, So for clarity, you're not having an affair with her.

Speaker 11 (26:21):
No, I'm not having an affair with her. She's got
her own boyfriend. His name is Jake. He's a really
nice guy. No, it's not like that at all.

Speaker 2 (26:33):
In the spirit of productivity, Brianna Marcos, do you want
to find a solution or resolution to make up for
this fight and continue down the path together? Brianna Marcus,
what do you want to do? Here.

Speaker 11 (26:50):
Well, of course. Oh no, I've been I've been trying
to talk to her since it happened. No, babe, give
me a call. No, I'm not cheating. I'm not doing anything.
I want us to get back together, Brianna.

Speaker 8 (27:06):
Yeah, I'm sure you guys can see why this relationship
has been tough. But at the end of the day,
you know, he sent me the flowers and Marco's I
do miss you. I want you to come home.

Speaker 11 (27:21):
But if I miss you, Okay, well let's go.

Speaker 8 (27:24):
We got to do better. You know, we got to
do better than how we've been.

Speaker 11 (27:31):
I agree, but we've got to do better. No, no,
I'm all in.

Speaker 2 (27:35):
Okay, I'm We're gone. We're leaving you guys. This is
what we wanted to accomplish. Good luck to both of you. Okay,
thank you very much, Brehanna for reaching out. Always into
public service. If you think somebody's cheating, let's try and
get to the bottom of it. We'll find out. We'll
make the call, that's a given. This one was a
little different. Brianna and her husband Marcos had a big fight.
She kicked him out. It didn't sound like there was

infidelity as part of the fight. No, it didn't.

Speaker 4 (28:00):
But she also made it a point to say, we
have been fighting since the beginning of our reshit volatile, disrespectful,
but she.

Speaker 2 (28:07):
Did say I want to find out if he's thinking,
you know, positive thoughts and good things and wants to
make amends. And when we offered in the roses, he
sent them heartfelt lee to his wife Brianna, right, and
we got to the place where they both came on
the air and they talked it out and they said, look,
we got to do better as a couple and not

fight so much and not kick each other out, like
we can do this. And I liked the hopeful productivity
of that call. Is there a world where we do
calls more like that? Sometimes we could hope? Yeah, because
what I left feeling good, like here's two people that
were not speaking. And then after that call, they said

the precious words, the good the words that you want
to hear. We have to do better, that's all you
want to hear from your partner.

Speaker 5 (29:00):
And I hope they do.

Speaker 1 (29:00):
I hope they do change and do better, because.

Speaker 2 (29:04):
It was they were they were talking, they weren't yelling,
they were talking, they were they were calm.

Speaker 5 (29:08):
Maybe it could be Ryan's reset.

Speaker 2 (29:11):
You don't like Ryan's Hope?

Speaker 10 (29:13):
It doesn't really doesn't really like have a cheeky yeah vibe.

Speaker 2 (29:18):
It was a soap opera. Oh, really hugely popular? What
year Ryan's Hope? No background?

Speaker 1 (29:26):
Not one person?

Speaker 2 (29:27):
No, not one Mark.

Speaker 1 (29:28):
Yeah, of course I do, Mark, Mark remembers you and Mark.

Speaker 5 (29:35):
Ry hope is actually a thing.

Speaker 2 (29:38):
It was a soap opera.

Speaker 1 (29:39):
Ryan's Hope sounds like I need to donate money.

Speaker 2 (29:41):
Yeah no, it was Mark. Please. Who was in it?
Maybe a bunch of soap opera actors that I'm not
feeling like Patrick muldoon or Ran until nineteen eighty nine.

Speaker 1 (29:51):
Oh boy, I was more of a Passions girl, you know.

Speaker 2 (29:54):
Oh I know that, I know. I know Passions on ABC.

Speaker 5 (29:59):
Yes, what was the lead guy's name?

Speaker 2 (30:01):
What was a girl's name? Passions was so good.

Speaker 1 (30:05):
Yeah, we would get home from school and watch.

Speaker 2 (30:08):
Passion NBC data because it was a new cool one
and Timmy remember to loved it. I loved it so much. Okay, wait,
that's not what we're talking about.

Speaker 1 (30:19):
Uh, were totally sidetracked.

Speaker 2 (30:21):
So Maya bel So what did you think about Running
Rose Is? I liked it because the steaks were either
they're getting back together, or they're going to take steps
to resolve their fight. It ended up that they are
now finally talking and they want to work it out together,
which I loved. What'd you think?

Speaker 6 (30:36):
I mean, yeah, I guess, But like, these are the
couples that, like me and my friends dread having over.
You know, they always end up getting in fights that
one throws a drinks, that one's always crying, and it's
just like takes an amazing fun night and just always
ends in a disaster.

Speaker 8 (30:53):
You know, like if.

Speaker 6 (30:53):
I if I threw him out, we would be done,
like he could come back.

Speaker 2 (30:59):
He's like, she didn't it to be done. She acted
in a moment of passion. She didn't want it to
be done. That's why she called us to try and
see if he was willing to work it out. The
door is open, and.

Speaker 4 (31:07):
You know, I think what Maravell's trying to say is
like it's fixed now. But I don't think it's fix No.

Speaker 6 (31:13):
I think that they they're like a couple of you
guys that like they crave off of like chaos, do
you know.

Speaker 8 (31:19):
What I mean?

Speaker 2 (31:20):
Drama? They thrive off of the drama.

Speaker 1 (31:23):
I know those couples I know exactly who you're talking about.

Speaker 2 (31:27):
Yeah, you watched the show vander Pump.

Speaker 4 (31:29):
Well that's a little different. But even in my own world,
he's not with her anymore. But one of my best
guy friends was dating this one girl and they fought
all the time, to the point where I was like, look,
I can't invite you to my birthday party or like
things they were doing because embarrassing you guys always end
up fighting and it turns into a whole thing.

Speaker 8 (31:45):
Ye yeah, miss the event or the party and it's
like it's too much.

Speaker 2 (31:52):
Marraville, thank you very much for calling. No patience for that.
Mary Belle's got no patience for that. Not have been here.
That's Ryan's Roses, Monday's Thursdays. Tony, are you using that
new deodorant that I recommend it for you to use?

Speaker 5 (32:05):
So it's funny that you ask hilarious?

Speaker 2 (32:09):
Hold on, how funny is it? Ruby? Is it funny?
Sistany How funny is it? Okay, you're right, it is funny.
What's up?

Speaker 10 (32:24):
Because I just tested it last week. I've been obsessed
with the Yuka app, you know the thing that you
scan the barcodes and it tells you like so I
scanned the deodorant that I use.

Speaker 5 (32:33):
And it was like a ten, which is horrible.

Speaker 10 (32:36):
And I scanned the one that's yours that I used
time to time, not auled every day, and it was
like a hundred.

Speaker 5 (32:41):
It was like the excellent, excellent. And so now I've
been using years every day.

Speaker 2 (32:46):
Well why so surprise you asked me for an organic
deodorant and I recommended the one I use.

Speaker 5 (32:50):
I didn't realize that yours was so good and my
organic one was so bad.

Speaker 2 (32:54):
Well here we are, So I threw.

Speaker 5 (32:56):
Mine now and now I'm using yours every day.

Speaker 2 (32:58):
So mine's great. Yeah, what's the name of it?

Speaker 5 (33:01):
URSA major?

Speaker 2 (33:03):
I think I put it on. You know, when you're
rushing and you jam your roller up into your pit
and do it really hard and really fast, it creates
a rash. Yeah, I've got itchy rash pit. Now do
you know what I should put on that? Like, I
can't stop scratching my picks. A little bit red under there?

Speaker 1 (33:18):
You need to put like an ointment or something.

Speaker 2 (33:20):
Don't show us just redness. You can't handle redness after
all these years.

Speaker 5 (33:25):
No, I can handle it. But I mean, you have
a collared shirt on.

Speaker 2 (33:28):
So, yeah, it's gonna be difficult. Well, so I don't know,
I need to put something for burn, like a burn,
Well it's red. It's like it feels like poison ivy.
Actually it's because I think I rushed and did it
too fast and hard.

Speaker 1 (33:43):
I can tell you.

Speaker 4 (33:44):
I can add this like crazy pruging cream that like
I don't even know the name.

Speaker 2 (33:48):
I would love that.

Speaker 1 (33:49):
Yeah, put that on that cles it right up.

Speaker 2 (33:52):
All right? Well, thanks, Red Rover.

Speaker 5 (33:54):
You want me to send you the score of your
deodorant and my I know, but don't you want to
see it?

Speaker 2 (33:59):
I desperately, so send it to Yes, okay, can't wait
till later. Wow, what are you gonna do to I'm
gonna have toasted almonds and look at the score. Might
be odorant, they get you?

Speaker 5 (34:13):
Yeah, because I really enjoy looking at all this stuff.

Speaker 8 (34:18):

Speaker 4 (34:18):
I recently told Tanya that she can do a lot
of her makeup and cosmetic stuff on the yuckap.

Speaker 1 (34:25):
She didn't realize that.

Speaker 4 (34:26):
She could, and it's a whole journey.

Speaker 2 (34:29):
All right, let's talk about the primal movement exercise. This
is very interesting new trend in movement and good body work.

Speaker 1 (34:36):
Yeah, because when you think about it.

Speaker 4 (34:37):
I guess treadmills and ellipticals they kind of target your
cardio health, lifting weights, they target your muscle groups. But
none of those things really developed functional fitness and.

Speaker 1 (34:48):
So primal movement.

Speaker 4 (34:50):
This is kind of catching on, and it's like this
new trend. A lot of fitness classes and big major
gyms are catching onto this as well. It's getting on
all fours essentially on the ground.

Speaker 1 (35:04):
Crawling, rolling, squatting, kneeling.

Speaker 4 (35:07):
To promote flexibility and balance as if you were some
sort of an animal.

Speaker 2 (35:13):
So this is nothing new.

Speaker 1 (35:16):
Hopping like a bunny for example, or walking like.

Speaker 4 (35:19):
A crab like we doesn't look like you see like
football players whatever they call it.

Speaker 2 (35:22):
There's a only football players also those of us who
work here.

Speaker 5 (35:25):
Yeah, because I know you like the bear cross.

Speaker 6 (35:29):

Speaker 4 (35:30):
You know it's nothing new, but now it's really starting
to pick up as far as like actual.

Speaker 2 (35:35):
Here's what they've done. They've now curated all of these
and put them into one class. I used to just
do a crab the next day, do a crawl exactly right,
they do a hot right now, the kil all together
in one class. I have to tell you it works.

Speaker 5 (35:49):
The results clamshell clamshell.

Speaker 2 (35:53):
Yes, that one works. I have that thing that put
between my inner thighs. So I think this is great
and you can do this, no gym required. No, you
could do all these primal animal movements.

Speaker 1 (36:06):
I think it's cool. I like that they're putting them
all into like a fun class. I wonder we're kind
of music they play.

Speaker 2 (36:10):
Right, You should play like cartoony music for each animated
thing the trainer.

Speaker 10 (36:16):
Trainer once told me that we should do a down dog,
a few down dogs every single day. Every single person
should do a couple every day, just for like flexibility.

Speaker 1 (36:24):
Yeah, it's stretching.

Speaker 2 (36:25):
Really, I day you should do that.

Speaker 1 (36:27):
I don't talk like every night and every morning when
you wake up, we.

Speaker 2 (36:30):
All should do a happy baby, all right, the primal movements.
It's five to one, O two seven. Let me grab
Emma on the line. Emma, good morning. How are you doing?

Speaker 8 (36:45):

Speaker 3 (36:45):
I'm good.

Speaker 2 (36:46):
How are you super good? How can we help you?

Speaker 3 (36:49):

Speaker 9 (36:49):
So I work at this restaurant and I was serving
some tables outside and this cute.

Speaker 7 (36:54):
Guy watched past.

Speaker 9 (36:55):
This happened a couple of weeks ago, and we made
eye contact and he asked to sit in my section
and we're flirting, and he asked to take me out
for a drink after work and I was like sure,
and we go and sit for hours and drink and
talk about like how much we have in common, and
he was like, I found out that he got out
of a like six year relationship, and which is great

for me because I got out of a ten year relationship,
and so we had all this in common and there
was this huge spark and then we like get together
again for a second date and we hook up, and
then after the second date, he texts me and is like, hey,
like I thought I should let you know, like I
did some Instagram stocking and I'm ninety nine percent sure
our exes are dating. And I was like, how is

that even possible because they don't even live in the
same state as we do, Like they live in Wisconsin
and we live in LA And I don't even know
how that could have happened because it's not like we
met on Instagram or through some algorithm that like was
designed to connect us. It was like a happenstance thing.

Speaker 7 (37:55):
And I feel like.

Speaker 9 (37:56):
He maybe did it on purpose, and I don't know
what to think or do, and it's it's just like, honestly,
the craziest coincidence, if it is a coincidence.

Speaker 5 (38:06):
Kind of wild.

Speaker 1 (38:07):
And how did the conversation come up with the whole
exes in general?

Speaker 4 (38:10):
Were you guys talking about your exes that he just
said it or blurted it out of no more?

Speaker 9 (38:14):
Because yeah, yeah, because he was really upfront and he
was like, well, I just want to let you know,
like I was in a long term relationship and I
was like, try me. I was also in a long
term relationship, and it's like, you know, when you're in
a relationship that long, like it's kind of important to
disclose it, Like if you're hopefully, you know, going to
be dating this person.

Speaker 2 (38:33):
Hold on, is it possible that he sought you out
that hook up with the now seeing? I mean that,
like is what you think is happening here? That's what
we think by that. Okay, how well do you like
the guy? Ema?

Speaker 9 (38:48):
I like him a lot.

Speaker 2 (38:50):
I like the whole scenario. I actually like him more
that that's happening. Like, I like your connection better because
your exes are hooking up means there their drama's done,
Like they're together, they're doing their thing. I like him
better for you, Emma, because this is happening.

Speaker 9 (39:10):
I have to call my ex though, and.

Speaker 5 (39:12):
Tell him, like, no, no, you don't do that.

Speaker 4 (39:16):
This guy seems like he I want to know what
his intentions were exactly.

Speaker 8 (39:21):
That was my question.

Speaker 9 (39:22):
That's what I'm worried about. So should I call him
out on it?

Speaker 2 (39:24):
I think he should. Yes. I still like it though.
It makes it kind of fun.

Speaker 1 (39:28):
No, we've done it makes it kind of stalker.

Speaker 5 (39:31):
Ish, sketch, really sketch.

Speaker 2 (39:33):
But I feel like you have a connection, you have
a bond. Like, clearly you guys have something in common
because you have x's that are the same that are
with each other.

Speaker 1 (39:39):
But it's the way he went about it. If he
like researched, Emma, it's a big coincidence. Yeah, you gotta
talk talk to him and get to the bottom of it.

Speaker 2 (39:47):
Yeah, get to the bottom of it. But if you
like him a lot, remember that. I think he's great.
Your exes are happy, fine, good, go on. Everybody wins
in the scenario. Everybody wins. The ex'es are happy, they're
seeing each other. You like the guy, everybody wins.

Speaker 9 (40:03):
So if it goes well, do I just hard launch
it on Instagram and watch the drama unfold.

Speaker 2 (40:07):
That's how I do it.

Speaker 5 (40:09):
Okay 's a hard launcher.

Speaker 2 (40:12):
All yeah, all right, well good like see just the
laughter in your voice. There's happiness here. That's what we wanted, right, Yeah,
you understand they're both with each other. They're happy.

Speaker 1 (40:26):
So now I don't agree, but she's happy.

Speaker 5 (40:28):
Yeah, I'm with on this one. Honestly.

Speaker 1 (40:31):
M's it's weird.

Speaker 2 (40:35):
Well, let's understand how it happened, and then if she
really likes it, it's going to bring them closer.

Speaker 10 (40:40):
Like let's say Tubbs and I were dating, and then
you and Sisney were dating, and then Tubbs and I
break up, you and Sysney break up, and then me
and you start dating, and then Sisney and Tubbs start dating.

Speaker 2 (40:54):
That is so whack. You just describe their scenario.

Speaker 1 (40:58):
If it happened organically, it's not.

Speaker 4 (41:00):
But if it happened with ill intentions, like he found
her on Instagram and where.

Speaker 2 (41:09):
Let's see what happened. She's into the guy, That's what
I'm trying to say. She's happy. So uh. The Love
Language quiz, we like it, we took it. We all
got our results. I can't remember who was what, but
you know it was pretty close.

Speaker 5 (41:21):
Well, you're getting to my next point.

Speaker 4 (41:23):
I think, like my I remember mind being acts of service?
That was what was mine? No, no, no, words of affirmation that.

Speaker 2 (41:29):
Was exactly service.

Speaker 4 (41:31):
What was I Mark has the results from like Backguard
definitely has the probably has.

Speaker 1 (41:37):
I want to retake mine too.

Speaker 4 (41:38):
I want, like my Michael and I to retake it
because I feel like you're different from five years.

Speaker 10 (41:42):
Okay, thank you, Sisny. This is exactly so I sent Robbie.
I was like, I think we should retake and he goes,
I already took the Love Language test.

Speaker 5 (41:49):
Why would I retake it?

Speaker 10 (41:50):
I was like, it's been four and a half years,
and I think, you know, things change, people change, the
way we want to love changes, and I think it's
a good refresher to retake the quiz. And I think
we all should retake the quiz because we change, we evolve.

Speaker 1 (42:05):
I remember it being kind of long.

Speaker 5 (42:07):
It's like it is long, yeah, yeah, why do we change?

Speaker 2 (42:12):
Do we change because we learned that our language needs
to evolve because of the way that we're loving somebody
that has a language that needs to be heard, or like,
why do we change? I'm not so sure. My love language.
What was it?

Speaker 3 (42:22):

Speaker 2 (42:22):
I think it was like.

Speaker 5 (42:23):
Acts of service? I think was yours?

Speaker 1 (42:25):
Yeah, you and I remember were very syncd up.

Speaker 2 (42:27):
I remember I love language was words of affirmation.

Speaker 4 (42:30):
Yeah, the top one, and then like maybe the next
one was physical touch or something like that.

Speaker 2 (42:34):
I doubt it. This was, however, almost seven years ago.

Speaker 5 (42:38):
Time to retake quiz?

Speaker 2 (42:41):
Find you We should all retake it.

Speaker 1 (42:43):
Yes, with the twins, I was very like, no physical touch.

Speaker 5 (42:47):
Yeah, see things change.

Speaker 2 (42:49):
Wait, what so what's the what are the results of Robbie?

Speaker 10 (42:52):
Well, so I had him retake it, and I think
I sent him the wrong quiz because it was like
ten questions.

Speaker 1 (42:57):
That sounds nice.

Speaker 2 (42:58):
Ten questions is good, You'll no more.

Speaker 5 (43:00):
It's not accurate. It's not accurate. So I need to
go to the official love languageh.

Speaker 2 (43:06):
Go, get the official questionnaire, get his results, share with us.

Speaker 1 (43:09):
I like this homework better than eating in the shower.

Speaker 2 (43:12):
Yeah, we can do this fast too, right, isn't this
a quick quiz? We'll do it right here, right here,
starting six, we'll do the results at nine.

Speaker 5 (43:17):
I'm more worried about you doing it, Ryan than Sisney.
And Sisney will do it.

Speaker 2 (43:20):
Why are you so worried about me taking the love
language quiz.

Speaker 1 (43:22):
You'll do it, bring it home an activity.

Speaker 5 (43:26):
How many questions is it like a hundred?

Speaker 2 (43:28):
No, I don't want to do that one. Let me
have the don't say it.

Speaker 4 (43:31):
Like that, Tanya, it's like ten. It's like ten pages
on the website. You just you know, folks, they're easy.

Speaker 5 (43:36):
It's like and then it gives.

Speaker 4 (43:38):
You the bar that tells you like, oh my gosh,
you're fifty percent complete, you're sixty pay it's going to.

Speaker 10 (43:44):
Be no, this is going to be the gate, the
key that opens the gate to feeling loved and giving
love the way your partner wants to.

Speaker 1 (43:52):
See down with this.

Speaker 2 (43:53):
So I'm the bad guy if I'm not down. So
I'm down with this. Okay, great, yeah, wait, but I like.

Speaker 5 (43:57):
His Nobody said that.

Speaker 4 (43:59):
Nobody said, by the way, I'm excited to do it.
You do the same thing my kids do when like
I say something like.

Speaker 1 (44:04):
Well I guess you, I guess you'll love me.

Speaker 4 (44:06):
You love me?

Speaker 2 (44:08):
Like that's why I feel that's the way that that
those are your words of non affirmation to me.

Speaker 9 (44:14):
That like a.

Speaker 2 (44:17):
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