#1008 – Tik Tok Famous/
- May 6, 2021
We chat about Producer Jess learning how to actually produce a show, Toni Lodge becoming Tik Tok famous, Dave Ramsey and flexing, and Tommy’s cough.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Producer Jess
- Toni Lodge is Tik Tok Famous
- Life Size Monopoly
- Josh Talks About Golf, Again
- Dave Ramsey
- Tommy’s Cough
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It's the daily talk show episode 1008 is happening, homie. Johnny on you sounding better. Thanks Jess. What's your clap. Oh, sorry. I was on the shack just as behind the mixer producer, Jess. Yes. She, um, she told me yesterday, she, she got the show out. She was very proud of it. Very proud of it. Yeah. There's a lot of steps you work out well.
Yeah. There's a lot of steps. It's interesting. Sort of relaying back to someone what they need to know and what they don't need to know. Somehow Jess has walked away knowing that a C drive does something else than a D drive on a PC. Yeah. Let's say drive, typically you put the, um, the program is that main max are smarter.
Cause they don't bore you with those sort of double details. You know, like a Mac running max of the loosest units on earth. They're just like, just take anybody's a toy. Well, I feel like back in the day it was very much like that. Like it felt like a toy. Yeah. Well they do the colorful ones, which is nice.
I mean, my uncle used to run. Uh, a Mac with windows. Yes. Using parallel it's. Yeah, crazy. So that was a big thing. It was when, um, so in 2006, Apple went through a transition where they were on something called power Pacey, and they went to Intel. The reason why this is interesting is because now they're going from Intel.
To their own, uh, arm chips, which are Apple Silicon. Is that because they have just learned how to do it after using other people's also they, um, iterate. Yeah, basically they've, they've taken everything that they've learned from the internals of an iPad and they've brought them to the laptops. So there's very little difference between the iPad and, um, the internals of the laptop, uh, Tony lodge area, Tony lodge, uh, Super Tik TOK fibers.
Have you talked about this yet? No, she, she did a tick talk because Tony had been telling me about Tik TOK. When, when, when, um, we were doing one trick, Tony. She was saying, uh, you've got to do Tik TOK, like tick-tock is where it's at. Jason PJ. They've gone fine. Which ties in the description, right? Yeah. You might as well be on Tik TOK.
And so, cause you can get Tik TOK famous quite quickly. What does it all mean? Who knows? Does it give you any actual clout or any actual cash? Probably not, but it's still nice to see the numbers. Just, it feels like it's the same. Can you whistle Jess? If I just go. That's good. Interesting. Uh, I'm a sucker rather than a blow I am too, which actually works better for the mic.
Cause you don't hear the air versus what would be
Sealy. Absolutely. Don't you reckon? Yeah, I was going to actually tell it does, I was going to tell you I need to get a virus or whatever it's called, because I can feel the cold sore coming up. Um, Tony lodge telling you to get on Tik TOK. She's been on tick-tock for awhile. Yeah. Proud of it. Gone famous. I mean, Jess, you sent that through to us.
The reason I bring it up because the, the iPhone versus Android PC Mac, yeah. There stupidity in the thing she's talking about, I've thought so many times and how she thinks that the Android phone and their squiggly little text, it almost looks like comic Sans at this point. And she's pointing out how silly it looks.
I think people have to set that. As their default, maybe two or three to five, it makes the phone look stupid. Like it makes you feel like it's a smartphone, but it's actually a dumb phone. Yeah. You've got a dumb phone. Like I remember using comic Sans, but one of the best phones. Yeah. Like it's people come out and criticize comic set.
I'll make a joke of it. I'll put my hand up. It was a great font. It was like, It was like a cool font, like cool kids. It was definitely for the cool kids or if you want it to be cool. Cause it looked kind of like graffiti, not, not to the extent of like real curly, but just like I'm a fucking cool kid. Yeah.
The blood dripping fund was like my favorite and sort of looked like the goosebumps. That was cool. That was cool. Just put it on. Like if I was doing an assignment, the title would be that I liked the, um, Uh, like the colored, it almost looked like, um, Roman writing vibe kind of like it almost daily clip art stuff.
Fonts are called clip art. What was it called? Clip art was the, I'm doing. That was invited by elements before in Bartow elements. You know, you had these, um, illustrations that you could use royalty-free, but what, what was the text call? Gesture member font, clip art. Maybe it was clip art either way. It's a time in the past.
It was, um, I've actually got a book that I wrote first and last, a book that I wrote, um, About a pirate about a captain of a ship or so progressive. It was a woman like you'd think some little kid from the nineties is writing about men and strong men. You're you're saying you spearheaded feminism and then ideas.
We need more female captains. Yeah. And it was this, um, this woman who kept in a ship anyway, but the top of the ship. No, it was fine. They went and they bought fi they pulled into a dock. They got fireworks. I can, I can bring it and read it on the show. I'd love that. It'd be, I'd absolutely love that. I mean, if I had said the exact same sentence and I said, I could bring it in.
I feel like the reaction would have been different, but I'm actually very excited because it's, if you do the less of these things, people appreciate that. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. You dancing or what, like if or singing a song, you don't really say that. Yeah, it is one of the things you like, the thing is you.
Your average singing. I'm a low average where your average is like, you're actually not talking bad. I will just happily sit. There's just no way to go. I'm just happy to all ego.
when I tell you Josh, you could sing these, can you sing?
just belting it out and been singing cars. There was something really. Nice when, uh, Dave Eller and Nat, when we went to, um, uh, did the great ocean road stuff, just absolutely singing our hearts out. There was something really like, you really connect over a good song. Don't you think whose song who chose this?
Chose the side. I would choose them all. I feel like I, I was sort of rating the car. What are people like? And then, but it's also the reaction lyrics. Yes. Which is always, I guess when you pick the. It's funny when you pick your own songs there, is that feeling around like hope people don't think that I know every lyric, like when we had, um, the, uh, meat, meat Fest at my place and we were, um, there was a little karaoke session later on in the evening and I was putting some classic, like I'm living in the seventies sky hopes.
Yeah, I'm living in the seventies, like really good stuff, but if it's obscure the TV, you were playing it on, had the lyric showing up. It's actually that, it's also what I love doing in that situation. It's even better. Having the lyrics up and then just getting into whoever you do wedding with in my face is looking into their eyes, not looking at the screen at all.
And they're like, this fucking guy knows all the work because they're reading them. They're like, Oh my God, he is spot on fucking eyeball and gun. Yay. Yeah, I'll sing till the end. It's um, for someone who can't sing, Jess, you sing a lot, which I really appreciate. And I I've been told that I can't sing before or I've, it's got back to me.
And it's like, uh, Amy Amy's sister. I think it same mentally, mentally. He wouldn't think I would see no negative guy. No. Um, but there's something about being told you can't sing when you never thought you could is like a weird projection from somebody. Cause I'm like, dude, I wasn't trying. I was not trying.
So when I say you can't sing, don't take it. But I really like your attitude to singing in the office. Did you listen to any of the episodes when you're away? Oh yeah. I spent
We spoke about singing a bit and I did some singing. George did some singing. Yeah. It's funny how things happen. I mean, Jess was talking about, she's not too bad. Yeah. He's not bad. Like you and George could start, eh, A PR a sheet cover band. Yes. And, and you'd be at a pub. You'd like these cars, they're not bad.
They're given a good credit. Yeah. We're suggesting I'd be like, where are these people from where they escape from? Uh, like I, um, as a kid, I had a keyboard. Couldn't play it. But we just knew all the, the programmed songs, like the music in it. And he would just like, press the button. Like it's almost sort of feeling like you're a musician when you're not really doing anything with those to play along.
So you'd play a song from the keyboard and it would put the backtrack backing track, and then you would play like a bait. So you'd have like a bait, but I would just turn the bait on and start wrapping the cable that I really wanted was the one that would light up. When you needed to press the keys, it's like a guitar hero, but a keyboard, but like it will teach you.
Yeah. So think about that. But by the end of it, you're actually playing the song. And so you've just remember, it's like a memory thing. You just have a memory it's like looking down and being like, when that key lights up, press it. Yeah. Um, do you remember at Maya in the city or maybe it was standing on Plaza actually.
Um, so similar, it felt like going to dandy Plaza was like going to the same place when I was a kid. Um, do you remember the big, I don't know if I've made this up based on watching movies. Life-size monopoly. Loss has been on the, on the ground. I think you're going to say lice life-size keyboard. No, but I can't remember if that's from a Mirfield.
Yeah. I just remember, I feel like I remember a big, um, monopoly board on the ground and just sort of, yeah. What was that? I feel like I've seen that as well. Is that off in surface paradise? Maybe it was just all regional towns got one monopoly board. Yeah. I feel like I remember it being at Pacific fair.
Do you know a lot about Queensland? You actually do think that's quite what someone mentioned. Pacific fair. Oh, it was on the radio Pacific. Pacific fair. Interesting. Anyway, did you go to Queensland as a kid? I went to, I went to the gold coast. Yeah, I did all of that. We drove halfway to movie world and realized we didn't have the tickets had to go drive back.
Hey, no, no, no, no, no. Sorry. Should have prefaced. We were in the gold coast drive drive drive 20 minutes and they were like, fuck, we get a 10 rate to get the tickets. If Tommy's coughing, because he took a massive hit of a ball. Yeah. After that, he's a real boy. That's what you do. That's how it sounds. That's not good.
Is it? Jeez, he's actually you sound good. I had some cough medicine before bed last night and slept all night. What time did you go to bed? Um, last night was a bit later, eight 45 that's that's still before seven 30. Oh, that's nice. You must be feeling fresh better than I have. I still went to bed at seven 30 the night before and woke up at six 30.
I felt like dog shit. Yeah, really nice. What I was trying to work out this morning, I played golf. Fucking loved it. Like I am on cloud nine. Just yeah. Everyone was in a good mood. I was hitting the ball pretty well. It was just what's that what's funny, Jess, nothing. I'm just loving your on positivity. Yeah, no, I'm feeling so good.
And um, yeah. What else happened? The guy at the pro shop was lovely. Yeah. Um, I got new golf shoes too. And the, um, which they they're secret. They're secret golf shirts. Yeah. They're not sort of, they're more sort of, uh, active wear. The brand is new shoes. It can be used on a golf course. Yeah. But their golf branded shoes, definitely what brand fit, joy, FJ.
Um, so there's sort of the big my glove. I know it seems like I've got all my golf stuff here, which I do, but hang on. Where did that go? Yeah, timeless. It rolls across to me. Um, when we play golf the other week. Yeah. Uh, a little rat. I mean, it was a life-size one and he was probably about 19 years old. Ah, yeah.
Peaked up George's ball and pocketed it and was like, cause we drive over with now, our carts did look at the ball that we thought was George's he's like, no, that's a mine. And then this guy, uh, walked past and he's like, yo, that's his train? He said, Oh, did you ever that. And he comes back. So go on, man.
Sorry. I picked it up. It's like I said to do we're on a golf course. Isn't it? Like you're on the street and you saw someone's golf. Like this is out of place. I will pick that up. Yeah. People don't still pick up golf balls on a golf course thinking I'm taking that. We, you definitely, if you're looking for your own ball and there's no one else, like say if you're on a path, three short.
Paul and you hit it over the grain and they're sort of like a bunch of area and you find other bowls, they can be yours because as you know, no one else could even decide if you all at the golf course playing golf. Don't, don't take another ball. To be honest, I just. Uh, as a kid, I would do it because you're counting up how much money you're saving kid.
Who's 19 is being a kid taking golf balls as someone that is aged in other maybe 10 years in that kid, I realized that there probably other people's and if they're not yours, you don't need to take them. Yeah. Yeah, because you've got your own, I've become a so sort of, um, pedantic with my golf ball. I would never hit someone.
Like I wouldn't even. Um, use another bowl. Like I've got my brand. I like my specific bowl. Even if my bowl gets a bit too scuffed up, I'll put a new bowl down, fell out. That's not, that's not during the whole, um, like at the end of a whole. So is that the rule? Do that? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Um, I guess you can wash your ball.
Yeah. Do you wash your bowls? Good question. This has become a man Skype, uh, integration. Yeah. Yeah. I was saying to Jess shit, payors, man, Skype. Horrible. That's okay. I just did that with a lot of podcasts. I guess Logan Paul's podcasts. They ran an ad on exactly the same. What do you mean Logan? Paul said exactly what we said.
Really? Yeah. Are you kidding me? No, they just hand out a script. Oh, no, no, no. I thought you meant, he said that they were slow to pay. He was, he was probably getting 50 K so he's okay to wait. Um, but it's the, uh, yeah, on the washing of the bowl thing, one of the things like, you know, saving a bit of cash rather than buying the Titus, cause I've got new Titus.
Um, what are they called? Towels. There are about, I think I'm JB check that like 40 bucks for a little town. And so I've just been using some nice microfibers, but I actually keep it in my back pocket during the game because it's so moist out there. I'm constantly cleaning my, um, both the balls, but also the head of the club, but what I want to do next, and then we'll finish with the golf channel, the, um, uh, the markers that you put on the ground when you're putting.
What you're allowed to do is you're when you're on the grain, you're allowed to put the market down, pick up the bowl, clean it and put it back down how you want show. And I haven't done that at all. I haven't done that. And so that's something I want to get into. Um, last night I was watching a Dave Ramsey.
Jesse, do you know who Dave Ramsey is? Absolutely. No idea. Dave Ramsey, what would you say is the barefoot of the United States? He's uh, all this vibe he's, um, he's barefoot if barefoot was 20 years older. Yeah. And Christian Christian he's Krisha. So his whole thing is it's like, if you go through some of the criticism, ties, ties to the big man.
Yeah. Yeah. So some of the criticism, it says like, you know, you can't, you can't really, um, get by until. Yeah, you've given you money. Yeah. Jesse's interesting. You should sort of watch some of his clips, highly knowledgeable financial man, um, and has a great setup where people call through and he just brings him through on the switchboard.
You would love all that shit. Just the desk built up with, uh, he's he's. I mean, what is he doing? Just pressing a button that lets it, he's also meeting the coal. So you'll see that when he's done with talking to them, like when he's ready to have a rant, just mute, someone keeps talking, so they can't say anything.
But the other thing he does is thing with his hands where he sort of, he gets really obsessed with making sure that they match and okay, so you don't have a 401k? Yeah. Yeah. You've just spent $30,000 on a car. And what, what, uh, what are their repayments? Yeah, he loves asking questions. Yeah. If there's a passive aggressive guy it's dilated, he's the meaning of passive aggressive.
Yeah. Cause you make, so you say you've spent, you know, 10 grand on a credit card at Cabo with the mates and then he's like, so hang on, let me get this straight. You flew to Mexico. And you spent 10 grand on a credit card. Okay. Okay. Yes, sir. You need that. You need a rice and beans, diet, rice, and beans. You need it.
You need to man up, you need to be to like it. You need to be the man that your family wants you to be. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I've realized that there's a lot of, it's almost like, um, what's, what's the word like, uh, People like watching disasters to feel better about their situation. And last night I did that really the, the, the title was $800,000 in debt.
And I was like, almost, it was like almost $1 million in debt and I listened to it. Oh my God. The dentist or the Gusto. Okay. And her fiance or her husband now? Young. Yeah, she has. Between them $800,000 of debt, $300,000, 340,000 in student loans between the two of them. And then they have $150,000 of credit cards.
They have personal debt and then they have a mortgage it's a lot crazy, like, and he's just ripping into them. So he's yeah. Your life's about to change. I'm going to sign you up for our six week cars. That's all that's on me. Yeah. You get that today? Yes. So on. So it's such a nice gesture. It it's just ripping into them.
Like your life's about to change. You are living a 10 X lifestyle, and now we're both on 110,000 H so they're on a $210,220,000 salary combined, and they have $800,000 of debt. Someone on there was like, I've got a $500 credit card. And I feel like it chases me everywhere I go. Yeah. One guy was like, I'm a firefighter with $2,000 in debt.
And I thought I was, this is where the internet stuff's interesting because it is a, um, who the fuck is commenting that for one. So who is like, it's, it's, it's probably the you, but just a little bit, like it's the people who it's like wanting to. For one, watch the people struggle more than they are feel good, but then it's like, this is like, um, the crypto stuff.
If you go onto any YouTube channel, everyone's bought every fucking coin, but not even that, it was like, Oh yeah, I bought this when it was at zero 0.001 or whatever. The YouTube comment section is there's, there's a culture to it. That is trying to be funny. Funny if you were, if you were super well off, would you be commenting about yourself in my comment?
This is, yeah, this is so well off. Even like, Like even not having that much really to flex, we're not commenting. She not like commenting like on YouTube that are specifically trying to project how good that they're doing. It's a weird one. It is bizarre. Who's it for? What's it for? They don't know, but the content interesting Dave's content is interesting.
If you want to check out a finance man, Dave Ramsey. Yeah. He's got an Emmy picked his Christian. Yeah. Cause, cause he said something, God. Yeah. He uses phrases that go over my head. I just hear God or whatever. Amy's like, he's a Christian Guy for sure. Yeah. Yeah. It's super like big in like the evangelical space and all that sort of like, it is one of those things where you, it does put your own.
Uh, financial situation into perspective just from hearing these things. Yeah. Which is why that content is valid. Yeah. And at times it is, um, I just enjoy the format, like the, um, yeah, the techies got like a headset that he wears, but they've got some nice compression on it. So it sounds quite good. Did you notice that?
I just, I noticed his headset. And he looks like he's flying upline, but there's an allowance to sort of really get like up to be honest, like not the finance stuff. That's not like the finance, stuff's not fun for me, but I could imagine from a podcast, like thinking about the future, that idea of just like that's the, the life in regards to just sort of being comfy and a bit of a cockpit and just taking coals.
Maybe I am. With Ben Fordham. Yeah. Ben right at what he does. He's so good. Very charismatic. Always like just very sort of stint. Now you won't believe what's happening at the moment. It's sorry, Hills. That's what happened? Nothing. I just say I was fucking Bodie to that. Yeah, but he, sorry, Hills. Yeah. Tell us the story.
Josh Simone from Surrey Hills is on the line. Simone. Big ish. We bought a, uh, uh, not a pram, a capsule for the car off a woman from sorry, Hills last night from the Melbourne Victoria. Sorry, Victoria. Sorry, Hills, um, Sydney. Sydney. Yeah. Did you say fuck? What is with people who get COVID positive and what they've been up to before they get done?
Oh with that guy. I haven't seen, I haven't seen where he, I said to the guys yesterday, I said, I wouldn't be surprised if Sydney goes into lockdown. No 100% be surprised. Let me just read you the list of venues. This guy went to her, started in Bondai junction. He went to a screening of the Korea. At the event, cinemas, not sure what that film is when Mondo watched the trailer, um, he went to Rushcutters base.
This is still in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney. He went to figure restaurant, and then he went over to silver water Joe's barbecues and heating. He's looking for a barbecue. At this point. He then goes to another shop in silver water called Tucker barbecues, obviously. Um, Joe's didn't have what he wanted and then he goes over to Annandale.
Do we know this guy's name now, but let's call him. Um, Bob barbecue, Bob, uh, Annandale goes to barbecues galore. They didn't have what he wanted. He ended up going to Casula barbecues galore and then heads and mascots. He went to BP and mascot. I reckon he's got his barbecue. He's getting his gas. He then went back to Bondai junction and went to the meat store.
That is so funny. And then he went home and probably had his barbecue, got into bed and woke up with a fever. That's so annoying. And he's, COVID positive. That's not ideal. I feel like Bray raid that in some, why can't you be more like Bobby does well, fuck it. Like Bobby's, that's too many things. Even for a weekend.
Bob had no foresight, like he could have called and said where, what barbecue place has my barbecue. I want. But there is something about the old school nature to Boston, where I, like I used to, I used to do it. I used to go around like back in the day when you, it was less online, you could, you know, irony JB Hi-Fi.
I remember this specific conversation where they said to me, I said, um, uh, I want to buy a TV, push them on price. Really hard out of bang 14, pushed them on price. They said, okay, we can do this price, but this is ridiculous. Right? I said, can I get that just printed out please? And they said, no, if you print it out, you just going to go and price match somewhere else.
I said, no, I need to print it out so I can show my parents. And then just walked out of them, went straight to Norman, grabbed it as the hobbies. I can give me my tele. They didn't make shit off me, but I can't like, this is where. When I was a key to everything. If I went to, I said the pro shop, I would have asked, like my go-to when I was a kid was what can you do for me?
What's what's the best price you've got. And then I say, ah, they said two 20. I'd say I've got one 90 and they'll say 200. I'll take it. Yeah. It's bargaining between Jews. Yes. I could imagine you're doing that as a kid and God, you've never asked for a discount in the store. Jessica. I think I have four possibly JV.
I did that for my Youi boom. I asked them to price match Myers. Yeah. Um, but no, not like that. Yeah, no, I've definitely the EDIS, their policy. We will price match. If it's of a, if it's not an online retailer, Like you can, there is, I've saved so much at JB office works, beat it by 10%. So their price match and then 10% they say, it's not good for the industry.
It's not good for competition. So I offer it. So this is an interesting thing. You would think office works and doing a we'll beat it by 5% or whatever as a, um, a good thing for competition, right? Good thing for competition, meaning we'll be covered. They're being compared pricing competitive. Right. But the thing is the thing.
Yeah. The competition thing, people don't give a fuck. They live their prices up, but they, but the thing is, it sucks. It actually sucks competition out because what they're saying is it's like they'll have the normal prices or whatever. And then by saying, don't go to anyone. Anyone else will beat it by 5%.
It's actually a way of killing off a bunch of the small guys. But you end up always. Spending cash, you know, it's like, well, so what I was going to say is there's something funny about like, so that mentality versus like, as a kid, I remember Mike haggling on price at the pro shop. If there was like a bag, I'd be like, Oh, can you Chuck in some balls or that type of thing?
Like the, the golf shoe experience was very different, very fun. Like there's, there was almost something. Uh, were you not bringing that in? I remember as a kid, they knew that I would like, it was like I was fucking on ice or something. I fucking come in. I'm a bit fucking like sweating and we've got a bit of a, you know, energy to me.
That's like, I wasn't pleasant to be around. Like as soon as I said, I'd be like, how much is that? And I'll be like two 30. Okay. Fucking, dad's not going to like that. You're preempting it. Yeah. There is a energy to preempting. That you're going to ask for it. And it's like, Oh, but the other thing too, and then there's obviously this is pre smartphones.
Um, you know, like you'd call up places, but like smartphones now, obviously you just look at, um, online. Yeah. I mean, there's an energy to going out for dinner and worrying about how much you're going to spend. That's ruined me a bunch of times, which it also gets you when you're you just give up. Cause you know, you're going to spend so much money.
Oh, well that was a really, that was a. You got me. I'm good. I'm good guys. That's the sound? Good. I'm good. In your chest. Have you gone to the doctor now? Are they good there for me? No, I don't. It's a dry cough. I don't have it. Definitely not. Okay. Thanks doc. Dry cough. Usually it starts rattling. I feel like I I'm happier than I've ever been in a long time.
Punch your back. Like I'll get you to cough and I'll be mum used to do that. I don't know. She was telling you shit. So she would get me to sort of like hunch over a chair or whatever I've coffin. She fucking hit me with a fist. Did your mom ever do that to get the fucking thing out? No, we're getting out.
It's like, well, this is the whole thing we've been. I think we've been through this when I was a kid, when I was sick, there was two things that I wanted. If I was Flemmi either wanted a sub blocky with extra garlic sauce, you have the garlic, whatever. It's almost like. Yeah, adding fuel to the fire that it might actually push the whole thing out.
Like it sort of, so think about how water works. Water attaches to water. Phlegm, I guess, attaches to flame. You get a big enough, cause I was never, yeah. As was a kid, mum, mum would always speak it out spit and like, don't sweat. Like you're going to make yourself sick. It's like the phlegm. Yeah. Um, and if you think my impersonations off you, I showed you a video.
I showed you a video from when I was a kid where mum was saying that my hair was dirty. Yeah. The exact same voice. Um, but it was either that, so I would either have a, uh, souvlaki with extra garlic sauce. Or a flake shake from Wendy's
but there's something funny about, because I guess when you sick, like when you're younger, so maybe under 13 couldn't really, we left a home home alone, so, and mum was a child under 12, still like grade six is pretty young. Yeah. So like you go with your parents where hello guys. So sit in the car or the fruit shop.
I remember, um, cause mom would go to endeavor Hill shops every day. Like she was a daily shop. As of thing, we never were a family of, you know, a big Sunday shop mum would get just what she needed. And uh, yeah, I just remember doing the sort of like being sick and you'd just go around the sh like that's cool.
I remember it. Yeah. So many trips with mum, Caramella, koala. Do, do they still do the two connected. That's all school. Yes. I would get a caramel. Like, what are your memories are anchored in chocolate food in general? I just remember it as bounty reminds you of what moment in your life yesterday? Oh yeah, we had like an Atkins bar that was like, totally.
Um, God, that's an adult version of the bounty. What about like Kit-Kat what does that remind you of. Kit-Kat family Kit-Kat reminds me of driving from the city to Barrick. And because I was working in port Melbourne and I would drive from port Melbourne to the city, um, and pick Brie up. And when I picked Bray up, she worked next to a food works and she would get me a block of family Kit-Kat and ate the whole thing on the way home.
And I blocked it. Wasn't going to that, um, peanut M and M's peanut M and M's at us, reminds me of, or peanut butter. And, um, I'll say the Melbourne cup or any sort of family event. Okay. Um, Maltesers movies. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Or just like a peppermint crisp. Uh, it reminds me of, um, mom's chocolate ripple cake. Oh, crumpled.
What about, um, did you ever have a poly waffle? Yeah, th th that would remind me of my mum's nest out. I feel like mom would be like, Oh, polymorph these were exactly Bonnie bananas. I remember mum, this was, this must have been when Facebook was just like a show mum joined a group. Don't. Um, don't stop making the Barney banana or, you know, they change the flavor of the banana Barney, banana banana banana.
Yeah. What other things? This is fun. My favorite things, food Tableau, and reminds me of father's day. Cause dad would get it every year. Yeah. The Toblerone reminds me of the airport. Yes. To Christmas. It was always get it become the Christmas chocolate. I think just good branding. It's also kind of like it's Swiss.
So you've got the trees that look like Christmas trees, but the, the, this, um, triangle pieces that if you put on top of each other, it just looks more Christmas. It's definitely is. It's like, you love it. Gets new teeth and that's okay. Um, I want to go something girl. What's that
cause it's sticky. And you say some are all new got log. Yeah. It didn't have huge amounts of them. Definitely. Hadn't I probably had a year of getting them a bit. What about flakes? Flakes? Not nothing but cocktail. Frankfurts ah, yeah. Um, Like a canteen footy or really hot dogs. Footy. Yeah. Friends coming to me.
Anyway. What about M and M? Just quickly. Just the plain M and M's didn't think about them too much. I didn't like, like. Oh, because of the amount of throwing. Yeah. You do eat a lot. She has a bowl at a desk use polishes off each day. The, um, no, he's one Skittles. You gotta have a memory. Skittles. Mine is my brother.
The, um, my brother, James loves Skittles as well. And he would, when we'd go to cold rock, he would get Skittles plus sorbet when an animal. Yeah, it's so sweet. But, um, I would like say if it was playtime. You tear off like a family, sorry, in our family. And it's just a fun size one. You just put them all in your mouth at once to so chew it into a bowl.
Yeah. My brother used to laugh Skittles. They are good. Um, biggest blowup I've ever had with my brother. James was, um, we were in San Francisco watching the, um, uh, on a projector watching the what's that big game where there's the TVCs super bowl. Super bowl was on. And we got M and M's and Skittles, and he put both of them in the same bowl monster.
And so I was like, I'm having to go one by one, picking them out. Anyway. Hi, the daily talk, show.com. If you want to send us an email, uh, anything else? Stage? Ooh, you all good? Oh, good. Right. Tip fetch box arrived. So that's exciting, Jess. You're all good producer gesture behind the desk. Yep. You're happy you guys sign off.
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