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March 22, 2024 30 mins

Kelly and Chip talk about getting schooled by a 10 year old on their “rizz” game. If you don’t know what rizz is, you are not alone. 

“The word is “rizz” and if you're unfamiliar, it's derived from “charisma” and basically means the same thing—a person's ability to attract a romantic partner through “style, charm or attractiveness.” 

They listen to a listener voicemail and give their best attempts at “rizzing.” 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Hi, Chip Hi. We just spent like an hour talking
before the podcast, so he's like, bitch, I already told
you Hi.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
We also just spent a week together, so true, we're
acting like we don't see each other.

Speaker 1 (00:15):
Well, you did just get back from New York.

Speaker 2 (00:16):
It for like a day, right right. I just can't
stay off of airplanes. I almost missed my flight home
this morning.

Speaker 1 (00:23):
Isn't that the worst feeling?

Speaker 2 (00:25):
The door was closed.

Speaker 1 (00:27):
They opened it, Yeah, because.

Speaker 2 (00:29):
Three people in front of me. Well no, there wasn't
enough overhead space for people that were already on and
they had to come off to drop their bags.

Speaker 1 (00:36):
Oh my god. I lucky day because they I have
been in that scenario. I've only missed two flights in
my entire life, which feels like pretty good considering how
much we travel. And no, actually i've only missed one
officially one. I've almost missed a couple. But anyway, once
they shut the door, there's psycho about it. They will
not It doesn't matter if you were like, yeah, it's

like a legal thing. Though. I think they can. Man.

Speaker 2 (01:01):
I was thinking in my mind that boarding started at
ten thirty, but it started at ten twenty and I
got there ten forty.

Speaker 1 (01:07):
Okay, well that was yeah, it was a little bit. Well.
The other thing we did was we were in the
Bahamas for a week. That's why we were together. We
took a spring break with our friends. It's kind of
nice to have a friend with kids because a lot
of our friends don't have kids, and so it gives
us an excuse to take a spring break to.

Speaker 2 (01:27):
She actually said the other day, she was like, hey,
if for any reason to have if there's a reason
to have children, and so that you get your spring
break back. She's like, it was not anything that I ever,
you know, had thought of, and then suddenly here it is,
and it is.

Speaker 1 (01:40):
It's a good Yeah, you have a vacation, so we
took it. That's why you guys got our favorite episodes
last week. Hope y'all enjoyed them. I actually got some
feedback Terry Cole. Do you remember her chip She's the
boundary boss. People love Terry Cole. I mean she puts
things in such tangible terms that make it really easy
to set boundaries. I feel are easy year because boundaries

can be tricky. And when she says that, you're like, shit,
I want to set a boundary. I don't want to
do this like getting walked all over thing anymore.

Speaker 2 (02:10):
Yeah, well it's also too like it reminds when you
hear someone else resolutely say something like that, it makes it.
It does make it sound easier because we build up
boundaries in our head to be like it's this big
thing and no you're just like no, I'm not doing.

Speaker 1 (02:28):
That, which is really simple. Yeah, it's gotten so much better.
I mean, she called me out on the first podcast
we did with her about my you know, code of
pen intendencies, which I'll always have, like they come, they
creep in like everything else. But it has gotten so
much easier, just so you know, if you were bad
at boundaries, I was literally the worst human at boundaries ever.

And now I just give them out like I give
out anything. It's like just handing them out for free.
It's so much easier for me, and I don't I
used to think that's setting a boundary had to be
like angry or mad or mean, and now I'm like
able to do it in a kind way, but also
like it's that's it. It's resolute, that's it. There's nothing

else like there is no. I mean, we actually even
for the other night whenever we got in a discussion
because I wanted Chip to set this boundary about something
and we were talking with a friend and I was
getting so aggressive. But mostly I'm so like in my therapy,
I go into my therapy brain about boundaries where it's like,

you can't say it that way because there's a loophole.
And I've dealt with people who live on loopholes for
so long that I can't remind myself that not everybody
is way.

Speaker 2 (03:40):
Well, ultimately, you were like, I mean, it's it's like that's.

Speaker 1 (03:42):
What I would do, right, because I had to be like, okay,
wait a second, I'm going back to whenever people the
people that I was dealing with were literally just like
I could say the boundary and they didn't give a shit,
And that wasn't really what your situation was, so I
needed to dis back of it.

Speaker 2 (04:00):
You were heated, though it was cute, I was heated.
I appreciate it because it's you were You were coming
from a place of like worry.

Speaker 1 (04:06):
I'm just defensively yeah, yeah, like I will take anyone
out if they how much you So anyway, that's not
what we're here to talk about. We're here to talk
about how old we felt on this trip. Listen. So
I used to think that I was like kind of
cool and kind of in the know, but then you

get around a ten year old, and let me tell you,
there is something that happens where I felt like I
am the most uncool, unhip loser of a person in
this world.

Speaker 2 (04:44):
I think that I have my finger on the pulse,
but well, I mean I've tricked myself into believing that
I okay, but I'm not really on TikTok. And I
think that's where like culture is driven today, especially if
you're a young person. Yeah, and I can't, like I
just can't. I have addictive personality. I would be up

till four am scrolling and so I don't do it right.
And now I know that I don't have my finger
on the bolts anymore.

Speaker 1 (05:16):
Well, I just have never got I mean, I have
a TikTok page. I'm actually like trying to post some
more podcast videos on there because those are the it
does it is, It's the way people find stuff nowadays.
And so I've been kind of getting on a little more.
But I literally go in and I post the video
and I get off. It's so overwhelming to me. I
don't know why. I don't know if it's because I
don't know how to work it or what it is.

But again, listen to what I'm saying right now, we
sound old.

Speaker 2 (05:41):
If my job depended on posting a TikTok, I would
lose it because I don't know how to do it.

Speaker 1 (05:46):
It's tough, it's tricky. Anyway. The word that was like
the theme of our trip was riz, and it would say.

Speaker 2 (05:55):
Why though I'm about to okay, okay.

Speaker 1 (05:59):
If you don't know what that means, first of all,
you can google it. And here's how you know that
we're really behind the times, because when I went to
go research for this podcast, I was like, oh, I
should pull up Urban Dictionary to get the like actual
definition of riz. Do you want to know where I
found the real definition? Miriam Webster. So it's like, you know,

like Urban Dictionary is kind of like ahead of the times.
It's very pop culture driven. It's like what's happening right now?
Things before you know, they're like big, you can find
them on Urban Dictionary.

Speaker 2 (06:32):
But it's a.

Speaker 1 (06:33):
Dictionary basically, well yes, but if Miriam Webster is talking about.

Speaker 2 (06:38):
It, it's a real word.

Speaker 1 (06:39):
It's a real word now, so it's go ahead.

Speaker 2 (06:42):
Well I found this in my research that the Oxford
Dictionary chose it as the word of the year for
twenty twenty three Oxford.

Speaker 1 (06:49):
Like what, it's so wild? So it's really derived from
the word charisma. If you guys, don't if you're like
me and Chip and we're like, what's.

Speaker 2 (07:00):
What I thought it was? I just thought it meant charisma.

Speaker 1 (07:02):
Well it does kind of, but it's now been shortened
to riz. And like you were saying before the podcast,
it used to be a noun and that's how people
used charisma obviously, was just like just speaking of speaking
of it in that way. And now it's like a
verb and you can riz someone or you can like

show up and put on your writ and what I'm.

Speaker 2 (07:25):
Talking about, I guess putting on the riz. Now we're
real old?

Speaker 1 (07:32):
Do you want to say the thing when you were
talking about the definition on Oxford. I was dying when
you first read that first paragraph, because there's.

Speaker 2 (07:39):
An article on vox dot com. Yeah, and this the
just the I will read you the first paragraph. It
confirms that we're old, and don't I don't know who
the writer's name is Constance Grady, And I assume she's
probably in our age bracket or older because the way
that she starts she's a senior correspondent for culture at vox. Okay,

and she starts it this way, we aged, we decrepit,
we ancients of the internet. We people over thirty. I
guess she's over thirty. Then hear my word and shudder
for the hour, obsolescence is at hand. Oxford University Press
has announced its Word of the Year for twenty twenty three,

Beware for the dread word of our doom and destruction
is riz. It's okay, though I got a gen zer
to explain it.

Speaker 1 (08:32):
That all sums it up. But also when she's writing
the first two sentences, I don't know what half of
those words mean. And then she goes in and she
says riz, which I also didn't know what that means.
But it's definitely not in competition with those other words,
do you know what I mean? Like, they're not of
the same.

Speaker 2 (08:48):
Thing, right, our solescence.

Speaker 1 (08:51):
So we basically just got schooled by our friend and
her daughter who is ten. This word riz and the
dare of the trip basically became to like, see who
had the best Ritz chip. Do you think you have riz?

Speaker 2 (09:07):
No? No, I definitely. Well, so the thing is is
what we used to call it game?

Speaker 1 (09:14):
Yes, do you have? Yes?

Speaker 2 (09:15):
So it's like I've never thought I had game, and
I know I don't. I mean I've I've recently been
employing some game and some DMS and stuff.

Speaker 1 (09:25):
But you guys could see the way his head is like,
I'm like snake in my head. I know, but is
that part of your game?

Speaker 2 (09:32):
I Here's something that makes it even more complicated now
is that it's on TikTok. So it's not just like
saying something or writing something like you have to be
on camera. And I've never really loved the camera. I
love attention, I love excuse me.

Speaker 1 (09:46):
That is just simply not true. I've got to cut.
I saw the amount of selfies you were taking on this.

Speaker 2 (09:53):
That's different because I was.

Speaker 1 (09:57):
Give him and he has games, yes, give him a I.

Speaker 2 (10:00):
Just when's the camera point? If I'm controlling it, it's different.
I don't like when someone else is like filming me.

Speaker 1 (10:06):
Or what do you think TikTok is people are controlling.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
Self shot, but then you're putting it up on the internet.
I wasn't like posting.

Speaker 1 (10:12):
These selfies' hu draw the line that you will do
anything when a cameras or whenever it's not going to
be public. I was also going to say, like your
I do love say your theater major really came out
on this trip like he was very performative in the Bahamas.
I feel like you guys should all know if we

ever lose Chip, it's to a cruise ship and he'll
be dressed as a pirate. For sure. We'll tell that.

Speaker 2 (10:38):
So many people told me they thought I was the
only person that dressed up.

Speaker 1 (10:44):
Oh my god, you showed up to dinner in a
pirate costume and the rest of us are dressed.

Speaker 2 (10:49):
No one else was dressed up.

Speaker 1 (10:50):
No, if you guys go look at my Instagram, there's
a picture of Chip and a pirate costume. We're kind
of all over the place. But I have to say this,
but we were on a boat and one night they
told us to dress these costumes. It was like left
on my bed, and so we did.

Speaker 2 (11:03):
We did it, We did it.

Speaker 1 (11:05):
It was so fun actually, and Chip was in character
all night. This is what I was saying about the
theater manger. I've never seen someone so dedicated to their Yeah,
I committed.

Speaker 2 (11:16):
I committed.

Speaker 1 (11:17):
You really did commit? Okay, Well we digressed. I asked
you if you had RIZ and you said no, you
didn't think you had game.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
I don't think. I don't think I do.

Speaker 1 (11:24):
Do you think I do? I?

Speaker 2 (11:27):
Yeah, because you have a well I think you have
like you have like swag and confidence.

Speaker 1 (11:33):
I do.

Speaker 2 (11:33):
Okay, I feel like you would feel cheesy rizzing like okay,
I just don't think that's in your wheelhouse.

Speaker 1 (11:39):
Like right, I thought about this because I was like, wait,
do I have RIZ? Like? I literally sat here thinking,
and I'm going to post a video on my Instagram
that of Scarlett, our friend's daughter, trying to teach me
to RIZ. And that would lead you to believe that, No,
I do not risk.

Speaker 2 (11:59):
Do I think that you would have been you'd be
able to do it better today now that you've read
a little bit about a little bit more about Rizzy,
Because do you think.

Speaker 1 (12:07):
That if I go to research Rizzing, it's going to
give me RIZ. That's not how it works. Don't you
get it?

Speaker 2 (12:19):
Now that I've read it, I understand it a little
bit more so I might have been able to take
it better.

Speaker 1 (12:23):
Then here's where I draw the line with RIZ, Like
if a guy comes and talks to me, do I
think I can carry on a conversation and be flirty
and like playful and kind of keep their attention and
all that. Yes, like that part I feel confident in
and like what you said. They when they describe RIZ,

it is really just about like are you confident you
know where I don't know that I have, Like I
will never be the girl that's going to go approach
a guy in a bar and be like hey there,
you know, I can have a line and write and whatever.
Like actually our and Mary, who I'm assuming would be
listening to this podcast, she has great RIS. But it

is all about like having that one line at the
beginning to get people's attention, you know, right, And I
think I can like get in there quick, but I'm
not sure I have that initial like I could be
kind of shy at the beginning unless someone comes to me.

Speaker 2 (13:18):
Well, I guess I've used some you know, like I
mentioned this a minute ago, like I've used a little
bit of RIZ, but it's typed out, you know, like
you can get.

Speaker 1 (13:26):
To hold me your RIZ game on the trip, and
I was like who are you? Or like has this
new swag about him?

Speaker 2 (13:33):
But I get those things like can I can like
think about really, you know, and like you.

Speaker 1 (13:38):
Can have a moment well.

Speaker 2 (13:39):
And the thing about like what's happening on TikTok with
Riz now is it's purposely cheesy, like uh, maybe a
couple of examples of ones that I found, like they're
pick up line. They're basically pick up lines, and there
are things like all the Riz lines are taken, but
are you like if someone said that to you, you
would laugh, like you wouldn't be like, oh baby, here's

my number.

Speaker 1 (14:02):
But also if someone said it in that voice, it's
like you have to change your voice every time. Every
time you've read me a pickup line, you were like, Oh,
I'm gonna say this, and I'm gonna say this one.
You drop that.

Speaker 2 (14:15):
There's another one I really liked. I'm so mad at Spotify.
I searched for the hottest single and you weren't there.

Speaker 1 (14:21):
Oh my god, what would you do?

Speaker 2 (14:25):
Some guy said that to Yoda bar walk Away.

Speaker 1 (14:28):
I don't know, but see that's not having risk because
it's e turn off, right.

Speaker 2 (14:33):
But so I think you know what's happening like the yeah,
the what's happening? And maybe this is actually a good
thing because it seems like it's a lot of much
younger people that are buying into this. It's teaching them
a little bit of game. And it's kind of cheesy. Now,
It's like they're not really hitting on each other. It's
like Scarlett doesn't really know how to hit on someone.

It's kind of just yes, maybe she does, but it's
it's having fun with confidence, you know, like fun confidence.

Speaker 1 (15:04):
Amongst the fourth graders. It seems like they send each
other videos back and forth rizzing and they're like performing.
They're hilarious. I mean honestly, like I'm obsessed with one
of her friends from her rising video. I think you're
so good. But yeah, it's like it's kind of over
the top, not necessarily what you would do in real life.
In fact, whenever I asked if that would ever happen

in real life, it was like, oh, no, you know,
but I do think they do stuff. They do make
jokes to each other about it. Yes, yes, we're sitting
here analyzing rizzing like this is making me feel older.

Speaker 2 (15:40):
Well all you know, it was funny because when I
was researching this, I was trying to think back to
when I was that age, and it was like our
version of this and it's obviously a very different thing,
but like we were sitting around making your mom trying
to come up with your mama jokes.

Speaker 1 (15:53):
Yeah, when you told me that though, I said, Chip,
I made like three your mama jokes. Your mom, we're
still one.

Speaker 2 (16:01):
It was like, either your mama jokes or that's what
she said.

Speaker 1 (16:05):
Right. First of all, our maturity level is not as
highs that should be all the time.

Speaker 2 (16:10):
No, I think Scarlet's more mature than us.

Speaker 1 (16:12):
Well, but then sometimes we're so out of the loop
because of our age, so it really is like a
losing battle for us here. I had the like whenever
she was telling us about this, and then like her
annoyance with me for not being good at it or
not knowing even what it was. I just had this
like empathy for parents because you're just constantly being fed
these new things. It's like the first article that I

googled about rizzing, it came up from parents dot com
and it was like the word riz if you're unfamiliar,
is derived from charisma and basically means the same thing
a person's ability to attract a romantic partner through style, charm,
or attractiveness. This article is called decoding the language your
tweens or teens are using on parents dot com. Like

the idea of being a parent is just this constant
like what are they talking? What? What is this? And
I remember this, like I started to think back to
when I was that age and you are. You're presenting
your parents with like all this information that they think
is ridiculous, but it is what the culture begins doing.

Speaker 2 (17:14):
Yeah, I mean think about like when we are kids
like rap and hip hop and stuff for brand new
and we were like listening to things like run DMC
and like, right they did not I mean even hair
metal like that. That's what I'm older than you. So
it was like my sister was in love with guys
that were makeup and had big perms.

Speaker 1 (17:35):
My mom was like, like what my mom used to
look like?

Speaker 2 (17:39):
Right, I mean, it's exactly what your mom used to
look like. It is, but you know, it's I can't
imagine what it must be like being a parent. And
you know it's funny. I sort of rib my sister
a little bit because I've got an almost I rib
her because you know, I'm not a parent, so I
don't know what I'm talking about, but I can. I'm unobserving,

like I'm around kids and I observe them. But my
niece is almost sixteen and she's not allowed on social media.
And part of me is like this is stunting her.
She's not like she's gonna not She's gonna be a nerd.
People are gonna make fun of her. But I think
in the long run, my sister's probably making the right
decision because she is not being affected by it in
the same way that kids that are on it all

the time. Yeah. So, I mean, really, what I want
to say is Scarlet, get off the internet, go play ball.

Speaker 1 (18:27):
Hold that thought because she actually called our v voicemail
and I feel like I need to play this for
the listeners because she's so good. Hold on one second.

Speaker 2 (18:36):
I love her. Hi, Jim and Kelly, it's Scarlet Jim.

Speaker 1 (18:42):
I have a questioned, can I hear your best pickup
lines that are good for a ten year old?

Speaker 2 (18:49):
And also, who is the best is out of the
two of you?

Speaker 1 (18:53):

Speaker 2 (18:54):
Hi podcast?

Speaker 1 (18:56):
What a pro HI podcast?

Speaker 2 (19:00):
It is not like she called me, Jim. She said Chip,
I know, I know she does my name, but it sounds.

Speaker 1 (19:05):
Like that voicemail comes from the one and only Scarlet
is literally what was typed out. So, speaking of Riz,
I think she's got the best Riz of all of us.
I said, I don't have any Riz. I did find
a couple of lines I was going to try out
to Scarlet. Me know what you think of this. If
you're a parent with kids who have who are around

the same age, I would also say, uh, google how
to have RIZ and you'll find some pretty funny lines.
Let me see. Here's some of the ones that I found. Okay,
are you ready, Chip, I'm ready. I wonder if I
have a ris voice. I just got so gun shy.

Speaker 2 (19:45):
It's sexy?

Speaker 1 (19:46):
Is being sexy your full time job?

Speaker 2 (19:50):
No, it's funny because most of them are like something
something something, and then I likes next.

Speaker 1 (19:58):
Well, I think I might have lost my pay. Okay, No,
it's just as being it says, it's being beautiful?

Speaker 2 (20:05):
Is that not risy?

Speaker 1 (20:07):
I got shot down already? Can try another one. Oh man,
when God made you, he was just showing off.

Speaker 2 (20:15):
That's a good one.

Speaker 1 (20:16):
You like that one? Okay, how are you feeling about
my delivery, though.

Speaker 2 (20:21):
That one was a little sarcastic.

Speaker 1 (20:23):
Oh it was. I was trying to seem cool, cool,
calm and collected. Okay, here's one, Hey baby, I wish
I was cross eyed so I could see you twice.

Speaker 2 (20:33):
Oh no, no, that one was better. I got one
for you.

Speaker 1 (20:37):
Okay, give it to me.

Speaker 2 (20:39):
Are you chicken fingers and fries? Because I don't care
how many options I have, I will always choose you.

Speaker 1 (20:47):
You're like, it's so good. I'm like, no, it's.

Speaker 2 (20:50):
I don't have it. I don't have a pickup line,
but i'll pick you up at nine. Oh.

Speaker 1 (20:54):
I kind of like that one that I can actually
see a guy using that.

Speaker 2 (21:00):
I mean it's because it kind of that one almost
is like shirking there is. You're like, I don't do that.
I don't. I don't drop pick up lines, but i'll
pick you up at nine. Right.

Speaker 1 (21:11):
You're like taking me, Okay, what about this one? Can
I take your picture? Say it? No?

Speaker 2 (21:19):
I don't like Okay, can.

Speaker 1 (21:21):
I take your picture? To prove I think I have
the worst ris ever? This is what I'm saying. I
can't do the line. It's so cheesy, and if it's
not like authentic. You know I can't do it. I'm
just so bad at it. Can I take your picture
to prove all of my friends, to all of my
friends that angels are real? It's too long.

Speaker 2 (21:41):
Wait, I'm gonna try. I think I just see if
this one actually works. Like, you must be bad at
math because you're so hot. It doesn't add up. I
like it. I just made that up.

Speaker 1 (21:55):
But you just made that up.

Speaker 2 (21:57):
I just made that up.

Speaker 1 (21:58):
What are you captain of RIZ?

Speaker 2 (22:01):
Like, Hey, Scarlett, maybe I have more RIZ than Kelly One.

Speaker 1 (22:07):
If we're talking about RIZ as pickup lines, Yes, I
feel like we probably need to see ourselves out in
the wild. But I think you have more RIZ than
you're giving yourself the cut.

Speaker 2 (22:16):
Well, I think if we were in Like here's the
other thing. The thing about me is if I'm at
a bar and someone is hitting on me, I don't know.
It is like I'm like, oh, no, they're like that
guy was hitting on you.

Speaker 1 (22:26):
I'm like, no, he wasn't, because you're just so friendly
and chatty to everyone, right, and so you're just like, oh,
we were just striking a combo.

Speaker 2 (22:34):
We were just chit chatting.

Speaker 1 (22:39):
Because so Scarlett's voicemail actually says, do you have the
best Okay, what's the best RIZ for a ten year old?
If you have suggestions? Like she needs ours? Obviously I've
got nothing because I'm sucking right, But did you were
you going to try to think of some.

Speaker 2 (22:57):
So I guess she's asking for ones that she can
use on her friend.

Speaker 1 (23:02):
But you had a different angle that I really thought
was great. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (23:06):
I was thinking like it might be easier for us
old people to think of some ways for parents to
raise their kids. And so what we were talking about
things like YouTube, yeah, getting off the internet, or making
sure that your homework is done? What like have you

done your homework? Because you're starting to work my nerves.

Speaker 1 (23:30):
It's so bad, so bad, I love it. You were like,
we're talking about this before the podcast, and he was like,
you know what, I kind of want to just go
off the cuff on that. I want to see what
comes up if it's the best riz. Ever it turns
out it's not. You were going to say something too
about like having your homework done or oh my god,

if you're feeling so busy, like getting on like Roadblox we.

Speaker 2 (24:01):
Mentioned, we mentioned rodbox and we could be like you
could be like, uh, you know what's really good on
a podcast is silent thinking it's great. How about I do? Dude, well,
I'm thinking like my purchase tell me like, uh to
like go outside, you know, so i'd be like, you

better go play because I am playing. I mean, it's
it's not like your parents are never going to do
pick up lines.

Speaker 1 (24:34):
Yeah, but the way you were wording discipline was at
a pickup line, which was so good. It's just like
it would basically be like if you're trying to get
your kid to do something, you present it to them
like it's going to be a good option, like right,
basically like you're gonna be The way you were saying
riz works is you put out the thing and then
you give it the solution. So the problem being Scarlet's

on YouTube too much. Let's say, for instance, this is
a hypothetical, if she was on YouTube too much, then
you would say you would.

Speaker 2 (25:06):
Say you could be like put down the phone or
I'm calling Santa.

Speaker 1 (25:15):
Okay, you're fired.

Speaker 2 (25:18):
Yeah, I guess it's more punishment I need to get
I need to say something.

Speaker 1 (25:21):
It needs to be more positive.

Speaker 2 (25:25):
Reprimanded by my parents rather than praised yeah, maybe I'll
have to put some on my stories.

Speaker 1 (25:38):
Okay, so there's a couple of things this is gonna take.
For that, you're gonna have to get active on social media.
You may have to even post a TikTok. Oh my god,
do we need to post tiktoks of chips bad riss?
Obviously I will never. I mean, you know what, I
am going to make a video of the one that
I was trying to do and the death stare that

I got at how bad it was.

Speaker 2 (26:00):
Yeah, that one has to go up.

Speaker 1 (26:01):
But as you guys see, it's much harder than it
looks to have riz. Did you ever watch that show
The pick Up Artist? And it was kind of like
these douchebag guys that were on there and they would
be taught how to have game. And here's I mean,
the show was like actually kind of funny because it
was they were taught by a guy who was really
good with lines and like, you know, let's call it

game like we say back in the day, and they
were kind of like nerdy or whatever, and so they
were trying to figure out ways to pick up girls.
Some of it is like megging you know where you
like you're kind of a dick to them and you
see if they come back. So like, that's always this
weird thing with Game. But I say all that to
say I would watch that show and think to myself, sure,

you can learn a couple of these things, But isn't
riz and isn't game something that you're either born with
or you're not.

Speaker 2 (26:52):
I kind of feel like it is.

Speaker 1 (26:54):
Yeah, it's a personality trait.

Speaker 2 (26:55):
Do you remember that Justin Justin Bieber had that swag coach?

Speaker 1 (27:00):

Speaker 2 (27:01):
Did you ever see the Justin Bieber movie? He had
this guy I can't remember his him. I feel like
it was like Ryan something, and it was like a
guy on his staff that traveled with him and he
was Justin Bieber's swag.

Speaker 1 (27:12):
Coach to teach him to have swag. Yeah, but that's embarrassing,
I know. And second of all, what's more embarrassing having
a swag coach or being a swag coach? Having one?

Speaker 2 (27:24):

Speaker 1 (27:25):
Having one is more embarrassing. I mean, if you're figuring
out a way to use one of your skill sets
to make a business, I'm not going to get on that.
You're laughing, but we can't hear you.

Speaker 2 (27:37):
You can't hear me.

Speaker 1 (27:38):
I couldn't for a second you muted.

Speaker 2 (27:40):
No, that's weird. I was just looking. His name is
Ryan Good is justin Bieber's swag coach.

Speaker 1 (27:45):
Well, if anyone wants to learn Reris, maybe I should
call him. I mean, Jesus, oh my god.

Speaker 2 (27:50):
But you have to remember, like when Bieber popped, he was.

Speaker 1 (27:53):
A child, you know, that's true, and he was probably
just so isolated in like not at normal schools and
stuff that learning.

Speaker 2 (28:01):
From other kids. But they were also like the record
label probably wanted him to like be sexy and he's
like sixteen, you know what I mean.

Speaker 1 (28:08):
It's disgusting.

Speaker 2 (28:09):
Yeah, it's tough.

Speaker 1 (28:11):
Well, my advice to you, Scarlet for leaving that voice now,
thank you. But it would also be be yourself.

Speaker 2 (28:18):
Yeah, be your Scarlett is one of the funniest kids,
funniest people I know. So if anyone can come up
with good wrist lines, it's not me and Kelly. No.

Speaker 1 (28:28):
Do you remember the diarrhea one that she made up? Oh?

Speaker 2 (28:31):
That one was about me? What was it?

Speaker 1 (28:33):
She said something about are you diarrhea running? In that point?

Speaker 2 (28:41):
No, that's right, because I can't, Because I can't, you
don't stop running.

Speaker 1 (28:45):
It was something about it was pretty good. I wish
I knew the exact wording, but it was like something
about are you diarrhea? Because not You've been running through
my brain all day. But it was something along the
lines of that, and you were like.

Speaker 2 (28:58):
What, thanks.

Speaker 1 (29:03):
Anyway, be yourself, Scar, You'll do amazing. And then if
parents are listening, now you know what RIZ is. And
I would love to know how this plays out in
your life, because I'm sure you have a million stories
for us non parents about the things your kids come
home and say, and you're like, what are they talking about?
But you have to act like you kind of know
as a parent. You know what I mean? You really.

Speaker 2 (29:27):
I can't. I can't imagine what it must be like
to try and have RIZ to your kids.

Speaker 1 (29:35):
Well, we think I think we heard you try to thank.

Speaker 2 (29:39):
I don't have any kids to make fun of me.

Speaker 1 (29:44):
You literally tried to discipline children through rizzing and.

Speaker 2 (29:49):
I can't even reward them. I'm definitely go work on.

Speaker 1 (29:53):
My Please do please report back and let us know
if you post anything on your social media. If they
were to follow you on social media, did you like
that transition? Thank you? What where would they find you?

Speaker 2 (30:06):
My handle is on Instagram. I probably is on TikTok too,
but I don't really know how that works. Okay, the
chip doorsh ch I P d O R S C.

Speaker 1 (30:15):
H and I am at Velvet's Edge. I will definitely
post the video of me having bad RIZ because it's
definitely worth your while for the reaction. Not for my part,
but for the reaction. I promise you it will be
worth your while. Check that out at Velvet Edge. I
will post it this Friday, and as you guys go
into the weekend and you're living on your Riz edge,
I hope you always remember too.

Speaker 2 (30:37):
A casual
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