#140 – Our first on-air vomit/
- July 30, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Monday July 30 (Ep 140) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
Are you meant to chew oysters, what Tommy’s Dad actually did to get takeaway Chinese food back in the day, a lot of vomit chat (including a live on-air vomit), wearing thongs on the beach and testing for cancer.
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conversation sometimes worth recording with Josh Johnson and Tommy Lee Talk Show Episode 140 oh yeah me jacket may feel like vomiting Do
I have caught and bang for my son and it's not good I'm at home in bed and we just quickly saying that on that guys always seek now and I've never that fucking guy that's always seek
now you are but yeah I caught something fit it was the worst thing on earth he projectile vomited in the supermarket on Friday night while
it was at the end of all the aisles but I was very resourceful because I was I thought of my fate and there was always at the at the tower know basically there was a whole wall of tissues and garbage bag so I ripped open the garbage bags and the tissues fucking awesome
right so this was on the shelf type of deal it was all on the shelf and I just ripped that I've and I didn't give a shit that I need to use this this is full on what did they say nothing that means anything I and I ripped off the barcode the tissue so I stole those I was just so fed up and and now I've got what he's got. So
you're gonna go to the sharp and there's this gonna be you know like yes we see it I ga it Abbotsford when I've got the
the security camera picks it's like I brought here and it's a photo of Bodie as well yeah vomiting and stealing a town we get fact that the case law which which which store was a sink your calls and secure yeah but
yeah do that shit I mean just because they've been making me pay for bean bags for bags since my little way of getting back at them i think i think that's what was going on where I
Positano it is we got feedback from George Are you pass it on from listener George, also our editor George, not editor of the show, we don't edit the show, but he edits videos for us on the on occasion. But he said that
you you're better in the morning. Yeah.
So when I do the morning shift, meaning 6am in Melbourne. And that's like nighttime for you. So you've had a full day to process life.
And he just, I think he just thinks you're a bit rattled in the morning. Well, I
think that this is better. So it's the morning right now, but it's not that bad. It's I am. So I think that if I have a bit of time to chill and sort of wake up, it's just the 6am feeling of like, if I wake up at 6am, I get the same feeling that people get when they go into the airport in the morning. Like, it's 3am. Yeah, you know, you feel sort of bit groggy and you just like you haven't eaten yet. You feel like you need to vomit. I used to always think that print doing breakfast ready. I was like, sometimes I'd be on a within 30 minutes of waking up. And it was so we'd that's I literally just open your eyes. And then yeah, okay. Get yourself talking. Yeah, it's,
uh, well, you probably is a bit out of party right now. Because you were saying that this is pretty bad. This this? Yes,
I am. I cancelled meetings and worked from home and we're seeing as I had to do work, because I'm, I just I snowed under. So I've, yeah, I've been. I had a bath before. So anyway, enough about me. It's Oh, I'll make it tough. Google. I don't know if this is gonna make you feel sick. But
I want to talk about oysters to start with.
If you just don't me for 10 minutes. Yeah, it might have but I'm sure you do your show. You go to tell a story. Anyway.
Know. What do you like oysters? I fucking love oysters. We for we went recently and just spent 100 bucks on oysters. The restaurant we didn't pay for the bill. So that's why we did it with our amazing different regions. Oh, yes. But what? Like I, I had oysters last night. It was we had the option of two different sort of set menus at this place. And the one thing that I wasn't sure on was the starter was an oyster. But I liked the other stuff. So we decided to be a bit risque. And the first thing was like, had it ate them. Because I know I've seen I've been at like, at work functions or whatever, where, you know, clients paying and they've ordered oysters for everyone. So you sort of do it in a sort of a scoop it up like a shot by I didn't have that level of confidence last night. I said, put it up close to me. Yeah. And then just sort of forked it out. But then I was chewing it. Embrace it. Are you not meant to chew it?
What do you mean to do? She braces? You meant to just swallow it whole. NAT Bray said. you chew wants to live. But yeah, she said. You're not meant to over to it. You probably not meant it. Like
they shouldn't feel like you can really tell them that much. Because he's this so this so loose. Like, you know, I don't even want to go there. It's gonna make me feel safe. But
what's the appeal? Like, if it makes you feel sick? No, there's no food that I'm like, Outlook. Don't want to talk about it. Because it made me feel sick. But
when you've got gastro, or whenever I got it. That's when it does. You know, in talking about but it is a weird thing. When you pay fucking $12. 50 for an oyster and the end it slurp down in two seconds. Yeah, it's ridiculous. And so
shots of seafood. What's this the shots of safe it really isn't it because it's like, it's something that costs a bunch of money. And it's over really, really quickly now. But I just I literally I the oyster. And I was just really awkward about the whole experience and just felt a bit self conscious of that I wasn't sort of using the fork. Right? Or even if I was meant to be using the four by felucca to break it off from the bottom. Yes, some of them are more stuck to the bottom. Yes. Depends.
I was expecting at all and I don't know about something on
the year unlimited. Sure. Once. Yeah, no idea. I went to my parents spice yesterday. And there was an Uber Eats bag. And I was just said to. I said fact how good is Uber Eats and there's nothing. I know that you've used it like no tomorrow. But I was always comparing to when thinking back to when I lived at home. And with my brothers, we would get takeaway, and the only takeaway you'd really get was pizza delivered. Or you could go down and get Chinese. Like I remember that was one thing and also Chinese have taken a hit with with Ober rates, or Yeah, or they've increased in a see some restaurants. There's like, How the fuck did I survive, but they survive on Red Rooster? Yeah.
Where they said, Well, how does have a fact is Red vs. Yeah, that is true. But some
of those smaller like takeaway. I'd like to just take why restaurants, there's always dude who need on a scooter was getting Uber, right. Anyway, I said to her saying to my brother, my dad, how good is that technology. He said, My dad said to me, You do realize in like 19, late 1960 for us. To get takeaway Chinese. We would have to take our source pins down to the Chinese restaurant and then fill up your saucepan and then walk home with it.
it seems some sort of medieval story. I know, like, why did they need this or spins containers. And it was a easy way because it was hot to carry it back in a saucepan with with, you know, like with the handle. It's not a bad idea. Actually. There's a there's probably a business in being a competitor to Uber, eight cold sore spin. And it's all about being environmentally friendly.
Well, yeah, well, there's so many examples of that. Like, I was staying with a guy in each 50s
when we were a bang, bang and Serrano and there was just a sense that I was watching everything I was saying, because I was like, he probably thinks I'm a fuck wit by talking about like, you're in easily having a conversation with a 50 something year old dude about coffee being from Melbourne. Could you could just come across as the biggest hipster pretentious basis. Shit was his vibe and coffee? Was he the same? look a bit I think. No, I don't think so. Like, I think that it's, um, in some regards. Me. Usually it's funny, because I feel like they've created all these rules. I don't quite understand why. But it's almost like a power play. Like you need to wear like hats in. Like, we're gonna go to like a natural body. I get the hat because it's, it's protecting the water. But it just feels like there's a lot of rules where it's like, we don't do take away coffee. You have the coffee city standing up at the bar. And I got into all of that because there's a part of it which is like, you know, hashtag to was the locals do but a real hashtag. Have you checked it out now as the locals though, I think that's what what I was saying. It was the locals do but now I'm, I can say having been traveling for over a month. Now. I'm a bit
either having to worry about what the locals are doing. I'm fully comfortable in my own skin. Now being the dog. Are you gonna say I'm over it? I'm coming home. So I'll see you next week.
Could you imagine
Have you ever had a holiday Have you had a holiday that you've ever cut short, anyone died. That's a bit tracking doc. Now, I always wonder about that stuff with old like, I know that when my parents like when my Nana was sick before she passed away, there's probably like, a year and a half, two years where it's sort of like, you know, all of the kids in the family. It's like, Oh, you don't want to go away because, you know, we don't want to leave manner in case she takes a turn
just a dog. This is Doc, but a friend of mine. His mom was overseas and her brother committed suicide. And she just didn't know just got back six months later. No phone like, you know, it's not wasn't easy to contact people back then.
And wow. And gets back and finds out that age. That'd be so hard. What do you think about I was thinking about
I was reminded when bringing I went away for for a trip. And this was one of our early day trips. And one of her
bosses had finished up working while she was a white and she wasn't it was sort of this like a last minute sort of thing. And but I didn't tell her while she was awake. Because I didn't want to stress and I was thinking about there's a part of me where I have moments where I'm like, I wonder if that's going to happen. He has been gone for a while. I wonder if there's like little things ruminating back at home. Like all my camera gets stolen from Tommy's he's just holding off until I get back and then he seemed like hey man, the FS sevens gone back. You know,
I I borrow. This reminds me. I borrowed a guy snowboard. And I went to the snow for the weekend. And this was from my brothers box party and eBay. You've been at this now
I've been to the snow I went once I went once when I was a kid. It was more like ice. And I remember throwing when I thought was a snowball at my cousin's boyfriend. I know it was I sent a cat. He's fast. And
I literally couldn't go do anything with the family when I was a kid that wouldn't end up with a massive lecture in the car and just been like you've ruined this whole trip everyone. Josh so this like staying in cabins and stuff. There's always like dry room between the sort of house and the entrance to the property and you can leave your board in there and it's like, stuffs just bit bit gross and it drives by the time you know, go out and get it again. And I left the snowboard that I borrowed off this guy this unique like fucking one of a kind snowball is weed shape had these like these little like it looked like on aging. Then it was shaped as an aim like a pointy am
and it made bored really fast and I knew it was really special. I know fast.
So it wasn't just graphics. It was it was
sort of mold in the back of a snow the back of a surfboard it's usually got like a little a minute or like like have you ever seen the back of a surfboard? It's got like my
surf the ones but I was too busy on it. Yeah,
well well anyway. That just the way this was shaped may go really fast and sounds like a fucking a pegboard. Anyway, I woke up the next day and it's fucking gone is it got stolen from this dry room the front of our place because the dry room wasn't secure the door into a house with secure and I just didn't take it in left it there was gone. And I was like fact I was hung over. I was I do I tell this guy do I text him? And I call him What do I do? Do I just tell him when I get back? It was that feeling of fact. Do I just hold off? Yeah. And I ended up using would you say I told him on the way home
waves away was hate was hanging out with you to helium with me to some loudspeaker. Hi, mate. There you go. Yeah, have a good time. Don't have the board now. Did you? Is there a sense that you know? Did you give them cash for it? What was 500 bucks? Yeah.
Would that be Hold on a second? Oh yeah,
I'm just kidding. I think
Tommy's literally going to vomit This is the first vomit that we've had on the on the podcast brace brace it of miming to me saying we probably should go
do they How
do you feel like you're at all yeah better
and you just vomited that's okay
and dedication right nothing literally
nothing getting daily Do you feel that is it too much pressure for the show just not to take a hashtag sick day
yeah too much momentum yeah
it I feel it too I'm like I actually can't see a day that I'd be taking off like it's this is the problem when it's when something dark happens or shit goes bad there's gonna be some point where we're gonna have to be like fact can't do it you get back I'm divorced
daily bloggers is going inside
that's so true isn't it did Amy design you think you shouldn't be doing the episode today What did you sort of natural result of she doesn't care
she knows that I I wouldn't do it if I couldn't and I yeah yeah and this is the very edge of my capacity of able to do something yeah
well yes you still going on strong
finish we will keep it short episode that yeah
yeah will be this will be 30 minutes on the door. Now we can finish it out like if you like the
the one thing about Positano is the beaches you a that you have two options really, it's sort of, you've got the sort of black, sooty sort of volcanic looking sand. Yeah, and then you have the rocky pebbly type of deal. What would be your choice between those two types of features? Yeah,
the mine the rocky beaches? Yeah,
like the we've been going, we've been going the little pebbles over the, the black sand because the black sand just gets everywhere and it really sticks it sticks to you. And I had a towel that sort of we have to pay five euro Ah, to rent out house from our bed and breakfast, whatever and it's sort of like it's not a big beach town so I'm sort of like hanging off it so every game every got a one of those
like what do they call it like a lie low Gabbana? Yes, yeah,
so we did do that. Once the sun lounge things. Yeah, you pay. Yeah.
Yesterday, like talking about being fully comfortable with being a tourist. We were literally we went to a place where there was an Australian flag for
like, we could have been in Bali. But no, but the one thing is it gets so the rocks the sand, it all gets so hot. And this becomes a problem for me. Do you know why it's more of a problem for me than anyone else? Because you have the softest hands on earth. And I can imagine your feet are like a pig's knows. Yeah. What was a faculty but what would normally do? What would people normally do in that situation? What would you do to avoid on that? Yeah? Do you know? I don't wear thongs ever. You've never worn them I've worn them once. But I've haven't worn thongs for more than an hour ever in my life
why what's wrong with you?
Well I did sandals once in Thailand which same cyphy can dorky like a full German tourist definitely not thongs I just find super uncomfortable more likely to trip over I feel super flat for there so I just I don't own any film so I'm literally walking down to the beach in runners up my socks off like full dog yeah
I can imagine you I think you get to embrace it It depends it depends like to walk around potty time that's not nice to wear thongs it's very cool heels every second corner that you're turning yeah
but yeah no that's okay but it does definitely fits it's not within your brand it's one of those things you'll notice Tsonga
yeah well that that's how I feel but I'm I feel like this is probably the situation where I should be using gongs because I'm like if feel the the mental capacity it goes into that place of being on those hot coals. Like I feel like I'm in a Tony Robbins event. And I'm trying to walk along and it's like burning the fact of the bottom of my feet. I just want to preface if you're an American who's just somehow found your way to this part of the podcast we're not talking about Jay strings Yeah, I'm not wearing a G yet yeah I'm wearing a G string on the beach I wear a string of
I just turned down with them how ridiculously expensive sunscreen in Europe have you bought any?
Actually we we bought some early on I think maybe in London Bry where do we buy our sunscreen from
Italy but it was it expensive Tommy saying how expensive is sounds right? Yeah it was it was expensive but we've got a big thing of it Bray got this brand that she really likes that I think is like a great core Italian brand and I've literally the only place I've been putting yeah exactly the only place I've been putting sunscreen is on my nose
that but my nose is looking heaps better now like it's not burnt at all. Yeah
yeah it's fine
we don't have those anymore kitchen that would look quite strange
but do you reckon I don't know if this is if I'm incorrect in saying this and someone send us an email height the daily talk show.com if you can let me know I don't really I'm not a mole type guy and I have many I don't have any malls I've got like yet a tiny little freckle here and there does that mean I'm sort of the less likely to get skin cancer um I wouldn't I wouldn't go inside but
it's probably good point as a non paying a doctor it's probably good but it that that's a fair assumption that I'm making Do you think
maybe someone who's very like their skins very fair and they've got a lot you could then say is probably potentially more likely but I don't know if it's a know if it reduces just because you don't have more on there doesn't mean that it can't happen i don't know but yeah you definitely don't like I've heard some friends that got so many moles are all over them and they go in the sand a lot and I fucking freak out thinking about yeah yeah we can check
that but I wonder if that is the thing hockey's skin cancer only malls I don't know
the thing is you don't whatever you think you're looking at is probably either he's got no idea need to get to check that because the thing is they they can just look normal but you know I got checked before before I went to Europe I got I got my mouth checked and and also good I don't have a great deal either but it's definitely worth yeah I think it's um these yeah it's it's scary going to get checked because you looking for cancer yeah which isn't essentially what you're doing and so there is a bit of a you know there's a yeah it's scary it's like main not willing to get the camera stuck up their ass It's embarrassing was very
same mac how to use
for Monty and change it for for Monty was on last night? Did Did you have a watch? Not I have just said you know this. Yeah, that's right. You don't I was watching the funny thing is nowadays you can basically watch the whole thing through Instagram. Yeah,
couple of setbacks. Amazing, amazing stories if you want to if you watched that show, but you haven't heard the episode of with Sam max that we did. You should go back and listen because he he talks about the show on there, which was good. Yeah. And you watch it through Instagram. Now literally, I was watching on Instagram. It was funny that you talked about the dudes not wanting to get their prostate checked or whatever. Because a lady sent Sam a message on Instagram and said hey, this was this show was amazing. It basically opened up the conversation with my husband who had been putting it off and he's now all booked in
crazy dude I just friend told me recently about this youtuber I can't remember her name but she's got heaps of subs and someone pointed out this thing in her eye and say your eyes a bit funny here I'd get that check that she had a brain tumor or no that was the
I wonder if that was the girl who does the gadgets the inventions and stuff yeah i think that's her that is uh. I'll have to look that up that's a full on story this is the
viewer just saw that I was going a bit like wonky I think that's what it was and then they said I've noticed you're going like this I'd suggest you go and get that checked yeah
do you worry about that that stuff much like it getting cancer
oh i think it's it's definitely a thought yeah I'm definitely not one to just get saturated in the thought because I mean I mean I went through an experience early this year where she found a lump in her breast in and we went in the process was so fucking scary like you start you go your head goes dark places pretty quickly Yeah, and the anxiety comes and and you know i'd like a long story short The doctor was worried he didn't share his worry with us and this is a specialist and then turned out it was nothing which he didn't think it was going to be nothing It was so it was so fucking scary and but yeah definitely we were like when it becomes real like that it's it's hard not to let your mind wander
into some pretty dark places but it seems to be so many things that give you cancer like for instance I even think about on this trip the amount of like your cube mates and shit that I pay native probably super and but I've also thought about how much process shit I've eaten in my life and just like our man the look at your life is the 8020 rule. Yeah,
if you can live for the rest of it eating less processed shit you probably be right but you know what we went last week for our like a fight like Final follow up with Amy's breast person, whatever they call specialist overpriced 10 minute session but lovely got
a happy guy money you leaving that review leave a review on Google I love
the guy like fact it's it's amazing. How important is to have someone that's lovely going through this process. Just someone who's gentle anyway, he was telling us there
I mean, Should she get that test where you can find out if you're Jane is prone to cancer. And you know a lot of people are having this and they get I think it's the sick to me. I think that's Yes, I did. Yes.
Or whatever. Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
What's and I
hate to celebrities have done it. What's an Imam Brad showing
off? Yeah, angelina jolie, both her breasts removed. Anyway, Amy said, should I get it? And he said, I don't suggest you do for you for the history and your family.
And then I was thinking and I asked the question around, you know, like for these people, once they find out that they have this Jane ease their higher chance of them getting it by some some of the knowledge I have this gene within them.
And he kind of gave me this long answer. But in short, he told me about this patient that he has that has this and this is how severe it gets, they can do a test now where they can tell you
up to 100% certainty, they can tell you 100% chance that you were going to get stomach cancer. And so he was telling me this young patient of his she was a twin and she had the gene for her breasts. So they're removing both their breasts. She was young he said, you know, she was you would never think like, she's good looking young lady who looked fit and healthy and she's about to have a stomach removed based around this gene test. Because it's 100% certain that she will at some point in her life get stomach cancer. How crazy is that? Well, so did you say that she'd had breast cancer or something already? Or was this she hadn't had it she hadn't had a big she had the Jane that was that meant she was predisposed to getting us at some point a high risk and then she did this test and then she was getting a stomach removed. So I think it's like I mean if you knew if someone said there's 100% chance that you're going to get this I'm sure you would take the action but when you went like when he said there's a 30% chance you have breast cancer based on that tests you know like dude get it done and he said you evaluated based on how is it
based on like you the tissue in your breasts? Like what are they actually looking for so they they can like the Jane within your day and I wonder what the Jane is actually what the how the Jane represents itself like
its present I think some people just don't actually have the Jane present within their body. And so if they find this finds and certain genes within your body, they then can start making getting that data but um, but he said to us, like he said, look in your lifetime he reckons that there's gonna be some serious serious I can test that will be able to help so much help people prevent even getting these things which
was watching dark tourist Have you watched any of that yet on the first episode where he goes to Colombia Mexico and yeah full on well he he he he did an episode where he's done two episodes where he's ended up in sort of nuclear sites so he did one I think near Russia or somewhere where they did sort of the big new testing
during the the wars or whatever my my knowledge is horrendous but they had these like
gadgets which would tell them the level of radiation and it was like through the roof like well over what was sort of healthy it's that weird thing where it's like you it's invisible you don't say so it's sort of it I felt really sort of torn by it because that's like actually the seas like how the thing about doctors I feel like they didn't really explain properly the risk like that they sort of bringing to themselves in that sort of situation I felt a little bit sort of torn where it's like okay so should we be yeah is this entertainment
yeah well there's it there's a town need the Pilbara like over in wi hours outside of W of Perth like maybe four or five hours and it's a it's a town that they've closed down completely and it is where they were producing a space stores and a whole bunch of people got cancer from being there years and years ago and so it's shut down but people are still going out there and putting on my because in shooting and locates look it up just look up Pilbara as best of town and it's so spooky it's like just a ghost town and
and yeah it's dangerous to go to but people are still loving it fuck it yeah
well this is yeah that's that whole doctor saying and because that seems even more full on like I think there was a bit of the show where I was like this is it's a little bit like the doctor stuff it is a bit soft like he couldn't go to extreme because you know it's a funded TV series and it just had that vibe whereas like dancing even feels like next level stupid yeah imagine what would actually be out there
yeah just just really the the doctor is is like Pablo Escobar to is where you go with this guy. And he takes you around to where Pablo Escobar used to leave and do drugs and and then one of the men who was published basketballs private assassin. He's running tourist, these running like a
tour around parts of mean or wherever Pablo used to live. But people are loving it. And
so many people are making money from Pablo Escobar. And it's got nothing to do with drugs anymore. It's so weird. Because they're all they're sort of idolizing this guy who killed all these people were there those two blokes who are who are on and they're sort of like, you know it thing. How do
you feel about it? And you can sort of tell that they sort of idolized this guy, because I've watched all the shows, but he has done some pretty horrendous things. Yeah, it's such a weird thing. We don't know what it's like. He he builds like neighborhoods. It's crazy. Lucky. Developed neighborhoods, poor people. But then it was blowing up planes with civilians in the he was a fucking monster, and he shouldn't be glorified. But I mean, he's probably changing people's lives for the better over there. But doesn't excuse any of the bullshit he did.
Absolutely. But yeah,
it's crazy. Let's
end the show with a word of the day. This one comes from matter who sent us an email from about his cousin Chris, who is apparently a wordsmith and the word is it spelled e n m you I and he's pronounced it on. We only on way I've no. Have a guess. What do you think it means? Fact? I've got no on we on we
it's something around marriage. equality. Maybe. Oh yeah.
Oh, no. That's good. I like that. He's good. Yeah, we're building on we well. Yeah. It's um,
it's defined as a feeling of weariness and dissatisfaction. Yeah,
Omni oh sorry on we also has connotations of self indulgent posturing and yeah, and it goes on this is a problem when I don't read them beforehand, to try and surprise both of us. You have the risk of me going into you 10 songs where I can't write so far. I've
worn 10 years
well, they change humanity's but now it was they called it I don't even know what so
that thing in fact, ever. Geez. Yeah.
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