- August 28, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Tuesday August 28 (Ep 161) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
The Daily Talk Show is creating problems with Siri, cars stuck in cruise control, novelty songs kids love, shoplifting chocolate and ending the show with an interruption from Josh’s hotel.
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conversation sometimes worth recording with Josh Johnson and Tommy jacket to daily Talk Show Episode 161 Tommy jacket, we should have been recording earlier. There's some good banter between you and I
really good banter. Let's let's just pick it out. wanted to ask about. Yeah. You wanted to know whether Apple would have a whole department that just looks after FaceTime? Yeah,
it would be yes. Do you think it's his own business? They even did they make money out of FaceTime not it's just a product of theirs, right? Yeah,
yes. As a product, but then the latest version, the one that's coming out, I can you iOS you can have up to like, 37 people on one FaceTime call. Yeah.
So let's, uh, let's branch out and get through 34 guests on including yourself. And I said, We are live stream with the with the with the amount of listeners we have just fact and get them all just to FaceTime us that's easier. Bring the whole team together.
Hey guys. Yeah, I remember when I was doing the internet I had an internet radio station called now on radio and I never I looked up the PPC I in the app pro licenses and you could basically like pay a fee to be able to play music yeah and I'll just play the music anyway because I was literally like I would get probably about 10 people listening
it's the equivalent of getting a license if you like playing music at a party like people have more people at just over their house for dinner party and while we're talking about tech I had a bit of a breakdown and we talked about tech yesterday so this isn't going to be take heavy same segment but I had a Siri meltdown are two things I didn't mention to this is to interactions with Siri one really good and one way series shatter itself I'll start there I was listening to one of our episodes you know as you do Josh and we listened to her
own show how often do you listen I know night
I listened back to Jules lands episode because we recorded it maybe five weeks ago so I forgot what we say
I was so tired yeah both like ice I said to like that's one thing that I've been noticing about the doing the podcast is
like it's it takes a sorry for the the snakes there that was just pray it takes a lot of energy like not to be not to be a little whiny bitch but like
I think the one
thing the whiny bitch than I am obey one for a second no but I I've noticed like how much I care about the podcast and think about it and wasn't I'm one of the things is after episodes I think we can be pretty critical and yeah after the jewels one we had done for Episode Four guests that day. Yeah, and Jules was the last one. And I remember saying I felt felt like I had low energy Yes. And listening back
and I did too because and that's why I listened back because what you we can be you can be so harsh on yourself. And I think it's any creative endeavor.
It's like you severely critical on how it went. But I think there's this this massive
misalignment with how things actually are to other people and how you feel in yourself because that day I felt tired and whatever we've done three and a half hours of talking before we even got there and I felt the same as yours like that was shit and then listen back and and Jules was amazing, not because of you. Yeah, I think we we enjoyed the conversation with a friend who is a high achiever and got a lot to say it but I think yeah, it was a great episode. But I was listening to one of the others I can't remember what it was but the Siri meltdown happened where in the video is or even the podcast I said hey Siri for some reason. There he goes.
Here's the thing this is the meltdown when you use car play through I've got a Hyundai and so when I'm using Car Play listening to a podcast it can he is my phones in the car and so when I say hey Siri it went off and he's a thing if I shut up Siri
this problems happening with Alexa though to
like now it's often I won't say it again. But as soon as I said it, it's still opt in and tried to you know, get me to say something. But then because when you're using Car Play, if you get kind of interrupted by phone call or something, it will send it back 10 seconds. And so it just got in this loop of sending itself back 10 seconds Syria would come up send it so back 10 seconds to see if you come out so I attend the
sudden you lose control of the steering wheel everything malfunctions in the car. It's just one of those actually on that. I actually heard about the, you know, have this those cases where people talk about the cruise control in cars fucking up and they just like on the fight. Yeah, there's a horror phone calls to 911 or whatever, as they like. Zooming along the highway I was listening to a podcast is probably like a year ago now. I think it was maybe Malcolm Gladwell can't remember who it was. Yeah, but it's actually no not possible. And what they think happens is that during the stress of the like, basically the brakes are always going to work. So the theory is that what happens in these cases is in the stress of it all the pressing the accelerator rather than the bright that they just realize. How's that? Because it's happened in Melbourne.
This I know Yeah, well, I think ABS brakes could file because they've become electronic. So they're not just a they're not just a break anymore. They don't like an old school copyright way you can push really hard and it's like a squeezing the thing it's like their electronic now IBS like shattering so they could be some issue with it. But it happened on the that was the highway at NEA we used to live in Houston for a while and the eastern freeway in Melbourne that happened with a lot of is
really made up this story
I feel like we we need to close the loop on this if someone actually know something about cars well I think it'd be handy I think they could be a malfunction where the brakes system doesn't work and the car gets locked in acceleration I don't know if it's cruise control that is the issue I use I use cruise control constantly in 60 seconds 40 seconds just saw that hit sorry handy I not having it in not having it in the south of France was and knowing that they sort of speed radars and stuff like that
that was a real pain because you brought instantly like yeah slamming on the brakes whose you realize you going you know 15 over
might try heavy avail Commodore on your paper plates not a good idea no cruise control on that it seven based
so my other Siri blah no this is a Siri when so I met I met I met the playground with Bodie and we're just we're just chillin he's gone hard on the on the slide he's now just got this he's he's like a glitch in a computer game where he just goes down the slide runs around goes down the slide runs around goes down the slide runs around just non stop
is almost like a Siri loop on
this slide manic style
say he was in series slide loop and this is guy walking around
this anyone's phone bro it's anyone's phone and I'm just kind of looking and he's getting closer to me asking people they're saying no and then he gets close to me this is your phone but now and then he walks back over to Lucky's wife and it might senses someone left his phone over here and I said to him arm I think you can just call the last person that I've called is like no you can't yeah and I am I grabbed the phone and as I grabbed if I didn't even know what else like for some reason I thought that you might be able to call the last call and you might be able to on Apple phones but as I grabbed it I remembered as like I can just I can just hold down the Siri button and say call home and
so he did he handed it to minute will require Why don't require I am a Pinto
now how good this and I and I look like a African bola because I grabbed it. And I pressed it and I say cool home and then it just started calling the phones home number and I handed it back to him. And so he then got on the phone with this person was like I've got your phone in a in the park. Well, I think the first question is why the fuck do
you have? Does this person have a landline? Yeah,
it made sense and it made me look awesome. It was a child's phone who was playing in the park and then he lived across the road and he's dead walked over and grabbed the phone off this dude said thanks so much Matt right it was an iPhone so this kit the TV's young and I to be playing in the park and he's rocking an iPhone right he's doing a ride it I've got a spare iPhone okay so technically it bodies bodies get an iPhone seven plus
that's not how it works it's like saying I've got I've got my license so technically
he's also got his life now I don't just translate it was a it was an all the crappy old school iPhone I'm sure I'm sure I'm sure Trevor long one of our listeners I'm sure he's good to go for finds he
probably is dead. He has a cowboy Review probably you're like x review models. And he hasn't had to send back
my if there's one things kids know it's funds body looks at he knows he grabs my phone comes up to me opens my hand and puts it in and says do do because he wants the shark do two songs
from YouTube to to do Yeah. Is this some sort of pop up thing that I don't get?
It's a parent thing. And if you're a parent, you've heard the Baby Shark Song. Baby shark. Doo doo doo doo doo doo baby. Sean
I have you know why I have I actually have heard this song because I watched a highlight of
the Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show which jack post the amount of hours. So who has been on this show, talking about just before he started on that show. They got they do this segment where they get Hamish MacLaughlin, sort of the sports commentator Yes. Who say something within these commentary or, you know, within the broadcast. And he got that song and he managed to during the broadcast side. It's very funny, dude. It is crack for kids. Like we we
like I got to daycare. And one of the other one of the care one of the childcare workers sit you started seeing that song the body and I was like, all done place to you as I was taking him. He's like, look at the guy shock to do and dancing. I was like, Dude, don't open that fucking door. Because body just goes on a mission
to set it. It takes a certain type of person to be a childcare like, worker. Like the fact that he's like, gets into that and all that sort of thing.
Or like, yeah, yeah,
it's amazing. There. They are amazing. I'm like, I'm amazed at the and it's such a weird thing. Like, I mean, they should be more men doing it. But it was very much a, an eye opener for me that there was men doing childcare working. It's like, for the reason that like, I mean, I just think about myself as a man. And like, how I could not handle it. Too many kids. It's just, it's not my happy place. But man, it's, it's amazing. The the guys that do it there. I've become friends with and they are so caring, loving, like they possess everything that I don't. And they're amazing childcare workers and they love the job. So, you know, that's really cool
on the viral you know, it's almost got the gang style vibe to it. Like in popularity, dude. I just sorry, 1.5 billion views on YouTube do this. How many of them do you think is? Bodie? Yes. 1.5 million. buying the slide. Like on the slide playing the song. And we have this like when we were kids did wait. Like we had obviously like hot potato. Hot potato,
which is the wiggles? Yeah, but I don't think that we had anything. Oh, you know, actually, I live we like it growing up. Where I think about is Who let the dogs out? Yes. I had all of these singles. By the way. Who let the dogs out? I had a hamster dance. Do you remember that? Na, de de Nan de de da de da de da de down. And I like I had six different versions or whatever. On the the single. Yeah.
What else with it? Because I'm Aqua. Aqua.
How did that blue and
I feel like that was just a good hit
the novelty factor? That
was a bottle of the
baby. Well, I think most of them got a big run at the skydiving like rollerblading. I still do that. Do you think that you'll be taking Cody to Rolla blinds? Or is that just being sort of like,
you know, retired so
I think he's the thing that I would have to be far out because real estate now. No one wants to have a real roller skate rink and chapel Street, which they used to be one at a place cold. The Fun Factory that was like on the corner of
one of the main roads in this old building, where now it's just apartment. So everywhere there was like this. The two places I'm thinking of where I went as kid as a kid. not there anymore, because they have now been developed. So you've got to go out for the ring word. Maybe there
is. No I've definitely seen people at these rings, but there was a just the trampolining things the bounce stuff. He's He's a big one. Oh, yeah. That's a huge amount of real estate. Yeah. True. But them yeah. I guess the craze has gone like rollerblading got a real real bad rap for la isla. What is the bad rap from because I'm nervous, even in Europe. Some cool, cool looking people rollerblading is that
can those two things be put together. Cool. I said. They looks cool. But maybe it's sort of like getting into TAs is now gone. Full circle on it. Oh, I thought of them was leaking the TAs out to get the the chicken sell off the Tasha What would you like but there were in plastic. Oh, yeah. But I still like the bag. I said Lake Tahoe bag and then I pulled out. It's disgusting. Yeah. I I'm always on the lookout for what we're going to call the episode. And I'm gonna call this one lick the bag
as Stacy. J. and said, What era?
What Eric? Is that changes? Yeah.
Anyway, the know. I think I've I've definitely been thinking lately. We were the first I don't know how many episodes every single episode was nostalgia. But I reckon with back to right. I think that we've told every story from Mexican Cantina that I can tell and we're just about out of out of nostalgia. Yeah, that whole that shopping thing. You know that what people you know, the people collecting those dumb little toys feels like it's, it's playing into some sort of nostalgia? Well,
I'm he works for the ad agency that has calls as a client and what Josh was talking about his calls have
done this thing where they, they've got like, mini mini products that they sell a supermarket but they just so I didn't know what it was. So like, my thought is that, you know, I'm getting to it. So what I thought that you got like a sheet to construct these little items. But all it turns out, and because you haven't been here, Josh, I'll tell you about how it works. You literally you we lined up at the cash register the other day. I mean, I and she's like, Oh, can I have one of those things? And this is my first and, you know, interaction of this whole process. And the guys like, Oh yeah, I can give you one. So here this guy had a pile of just these like little packets and she handed one over to Amy and Amy sort of just opened up and and the things constructed already so it's like just this little you know, a little what we got was like a little collectibles a little box of vital weights that was like miniature and it was cute and Amy said to the guy are people getting pretty aggressive and and rude to you. And the guy was like, yeah, it's getting pretty bad so people are like he's pretty getting pretty bad and so it's just absolutely boomed where these little items I saw Oscar Gordon friend of ours he's George's cousin he's got pretty much the whole set of these little items in his kitchen and it looks kind of pretty hasn't even been back in Australia for that long he's clearly gone black market or a crazy amount of shots thing the guy that we asked being getting pretty rude he described this big tall guy that pretty much feet Oscar's dispute
the thing about so the idea is that you buy the product so imagine let's use the teller as an example. That's a international known product, you would buy Nutella the product and then if you buy an A few of them or a certain amount of value, you then in return get a miniature collectible the tower is that well is you don't know what you're going to get. It's like the old school days of getting baseball cards or like basketball cards. Will you buy a pack and you open the pack and you get what you've been given. So you don't just get them to buy
this is why people going mad because you get what you're given. So you can say, Can I have a packet? And he says, Sure, and then he hands it over and you open it you get fucking wider Vitamix vida wait to see when you can't say it all go get real
angry. I got wider beats again. Got back and wider bits. Man, you gotta settle down my I'm
looking I'm looking
I'm looking for Nutella. Give me to tell.
But I did. I gave one to Bodie and he loved it. He's like looking at it. Just like playing with it and then rip it rip it up. But did you collect any of that shit decide that you did to Tassos or what were the ones for you did a bit of those are the Pokemon cards we did basketball cards would go to the South Melbourne market and there was like you can get you you can try them all we could buy new ones and those you know the books we did yesterday i
o and bl
bl was actually is more relevant than than it is now but now it was MBA so we get like the hologram cars how the sickest shack Scottie Pippen good old school that's
Scottie Pippen is hate to say Australian was iMac that what today was hey the was hey I think he's screaming from AD out we're in Slovenia right now. Beautiful area but we were meant to be backing on to a courtyard we've managed to back on to a straight sum is a very noisy Yeah. So the going back to the the cards and all that sort of thing I remember. Um, do you remember bones that was probably too old for bones.
bones were like they look like a knuckle they look like if you remove your knuckle from your hand. And you meant there was like a big hole. I like
to throw whatever. But to not I just remember that the a bit being a bit triggered because
I remember for some reason I hadn't gotten into any of them didn't do Pokemon didn't to Tassos, any of that stuff. And
he had a he had he had an internet radio show that's what was taking your time
I did have a lot of microphones and mom would keep buying me them because I break them because I'll try and pull them further away from the speaker. And it was a real short cable now from big W and they had like a yellow ring around them. And yeah, I would keep I would need to um, it always get to a point where I would need to type up the bottom of the the microphone to sort of keep the it's like when you go to an open mic night and they've got a shit microphone and every single time the comedian moves their hand or quickly it like stops working but no i i got into the Barnes crises and I just remember I feel so bad about this they would for whatever reason these two kids were all playing and it was sort of an argument and they all went away and I was just like left there was all these bones and I just grabbed them and put them in my pocket solid and
that was like I've never never shoplifted or anything like that but I did that and I I felt so guilty about it that I ended up putting him in the bag room just like threw them in the back room so people would find them I was just
panicked and I will situation Josh look at it this way you will Robinhood you've you stole them dispersed them into the back room and now the kids that didn't have bones had bones
yeah I'm Robin Hood yeah
I'll take it along Did you ever what was the first July calm phrasing this like I know what that you've done it What was the first thing that you have a shoplifted as a kid I can't remember a few little things which he bits and pieces and it was wrong though let's preface it by saying that but there was a time where
main the boys we may have smoked a bit of marijuana and had the munchies and we thought it was a great idea to have a competition to see who could steal the most chocolate black chocolate blocks from one of the well known establishments that is a supermarket and I think that makes you feel better than it's a well known establishment Do you think that that makes it better than if it's a you know john to the corner store Jeff Litecoin definitely wasn't the corner store yeah I guess that's I mean that's what that's what criminals do though they justify based on our you know they're they're a big corporation they can handle this yeah I won't go there it was the wrong thing to do and I don't steal yeah anymore but i i put seven blocks of chocolate down my pants so he's a thing you could also say title for the show
many licks to back in
the bag is that what we're calling it leaked the bag bag so
it was silly and but the the supermarkets like then didn't have security cameras it's crazy like I was saying to a friend the other day
I say friend more like accomplice to my crimes as a kid
I said fuck man it is hard now to get away with stuff and then we we went down the rabbit hole of if you would murder somebody how would you do it
it would be pretty I mean it's very dark
it's so it's so dark but the reality is because I said wait as you get to work today and he and he said I said would you stop did you stop anywhere along he said yep stopped into a Caltech I said Dan you're on camera you're already on say save TV so I was like going through everywhere that you you know like think about it today I've already been to 711 our non sponsor that always gets fucking plugins this show go to coffee didn't even respond back to us about like we did the Throwback Thursday we've paid a shepherd tags them for for a zine any company that probably pays an agency a lot of money to look after their social media yeah
you know the too busy creating dun dun
in the in the straight asking man on the street what I think I've completely missed is great content opportunity that we created for free yeah
well they've already got me on camera in their store and I'm sure I've probably been on someone else's cc to TV already so you can't like I look at the sort of magnets and others they've got security guards like I love watching when you know dodgy people walk into the sinkhole to serve markets and then I just see the security guy just you know he's like on on this Yeah, this is me and then I stopped looking I'm standing I'm watching out seeing if they're stealing just saying if I could I mean I don't wrap them in because they they they usually just get them anyway it's amazing like they let people off because they they come to the front now just open their bag and they've got like a thing of sirloin steak and they're just like Matt you can really yeah and they just said get out of here so it's an interesting one where they it's good that they're not blocking up the police system with you know
junkies who are trying to steal stakes well that was like brace point on her sunglasses that were taken was it's like look if someone's stolen them or taken them you know without handing the mean then they obviously needed them i think that that's a good way
to look at things my yeah
well I mean yeah well you just a piece of shit I mean you're a piece of shit if you steal I don't like it's it's horrible. I was a pitch shit that's that's the reality of it. There's nothing good out of it. You think he made yourself you know you being selfish. And I think there's probably difference to about you know, someone who's got the munchies who's just been doing a bit of weight with these mates and someone who's
like homeless in
LA Yeah, I do. I do. I'm I'm probably more the piece of shit that style because I was done and I probably had the money to buy it. Whereas you know, I'm talking about people that steal when that like, Yeah, when I actually have because it Yeah, I remember. I knew someone who was a compulsive stealer. compulsive save like a that would be annoying. Used to steal so many things.
Like say, I would worry that even just just like all the podcast gear and stuff I have in the hotel. Like, I just try and take it out of sight for the most part, like, but I've almost sort of said to myself, like, during the course of our trip. My shoes is going to get stolen. I just like with all the places that were going to it doesn't get stolen. I think it'll be a miracle. Yeah, well,
you've got pretty far bro. It's like six weeks. seven weeks? It's already up. How would
Obviously big media company. We spoke about it a bit on the episode with jewels. Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna have our office space and things like that. We're converting your current office to be our office. What's your thoughts on security cameras? Do we need rule g feel comfortable with me setting up a bunch of security cameras? I can access it anytime. And what sort of rules do we need around it? I like it. I like security cameras. I've just have never invested in them.
I like the rule that was put in place by I think you Aubrey and that was Yeah, it was
a juul room. Yeah,
like it's that rule was you can't if we're in an argument you can't use the security camera light up let's bring up the footage. I'll see what I said they're pure
I want access to them obviously. So I can look at what you're doing when I'm not there. And you can look at what I'm doing and I'm it I like it. I think it's like some people are funny about cameras watching them but I didn't give a shit you know, you know, in our space. I think it's good. What about put to think push notifications? Mm hmm. more uncomfortable knowing that say if on a Sunday you wanted to go into the office? Yeah.
And as soon as you came into the office I'll get a push notification now I don't mind that I think because mentioned if it wasn't
me What if it wasn't me? Yeah. And it'd be very annoying and there's so many maybe a safe or something yeah some guys put in chocolate Danny's pants look in the bag
hashtag look in the back you know yesterday I don't know if you noticed but I noticed I was sort of half on my game I think it was partly because we were talking before the show about like are we getting a bit boring we got one bit of feedback from a good night who said that we were one of Alex was a bit boring and then I was like I you know it's good to get that feedback I you know I water off a duck's back and then say I'm talking gap
that guy what's what
and then but I think I was thinking about it a little bit and I even noticed that at the start of yesterday's show I or the start and the end if you listen to that show you will notice that I am I wasn't in my normal routine I didn't say it's a daily talk show like I normally say I didn't say Tommy jacket and then I didn't at the end you ended up just sort of finishing it up
it's a good episode good episode JJ it's a daily to like it sounds so awkward when you say it's the daily talk show you have to do the wrap up it's like he's Josh Okay. Is someone just take is a sniper Josh.
Tommy's doing an awkward exit you've never heard someone gets so quickly to saying it once I start saying I literally say that daily and you finish your daily talk show everyone thanks for listening thanks to make sense of it. It's a trigger if I say you end up this far it's like we've got a button that fires off a sting
I'm 100% the guy who says Hip Hip at a party
if and if I saw you there you know that I would be you know when once we got to be already signed up for we got to you are you the guy that like
that really hopes that the person asks you to MC their wedding you are now you want to be fun now now now now thinking about those people recently that like that they because i think i think people will mistaken may for being that person that wants to be at the front 100%. You know
what, I've got a really arrogant answer to this. Yeah, it was and I don't know if you can rely but it was like pre posted an Instagram story series of stories. Few days ago when we were in Turkey of us at a some ridiculous touristy sort of Turkish show, where I somehow got picked out to dance with the belly dance. And there was about six of us that got pulled up. And there was one guy that loved it so much that when she when the belly dancer was trying to get him to dance, he had sort of said to her on I want to go at the end like he wanted to do the big finale
my arrogant responses it's like people think I'm like that but like, I don't need that I get attention all the time. We do a fucking podcast past we were 14 minutes a day I don't need any more attention I'm all attention doubt. And so I feel like the people who need to do the MC staff and all that sort of thing they clearly not getting the attention somewhere else. Yeah, yeah.
Potentially. I think they also Yeah, I love that long lot. But I think it's I'm just exhausted by it. Like I I struggle enough just doing this like I it's an introvert extrovert. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly.
I like when I get up there. It's like that thing if it's also that thing of like, I don't think the best form of entertainment is being the guy that really wants to do it. So that's been the other thing it's like when I got up on stage to do the belly dancer thing I'm sort of like not bad came but as soon as it's my turn I think saw the switch and going to you know you you right drama mode? Yeah, yeah, it's Yeah,
I could I have been asked couple of times and it's the worst thing I want to last thing I want to do which is weird, but probably making it more about me than them because I probably wanted me to do it. But then I'm not
tykes like I actually remember when I was a kid I am got into him saying stuff because I was doing coordinate dancing at the basketball and I am seed charity. It's like a charity fashion show. And then I remember I
did something for like a wedding expert. It was like in the western suburbs and yeah, it was over two days but the one thing that I remember of that
that job was I think I was probably like it's probably like getting paid $400 or something right to to do the job. Yeah. And it was a Saturday and a Sunday so it was like $200 a day and
I remember I got the envelope at the end of the day on the Sunday and they paid me $800 Oh yeah. So that it's just that like hashtag surprise cash which isn't nothing but did you ever have that I feel like you would have in your time had a few caches
now I was thinking about that recently I haven't had cash jobs in so long I used to have cash businesses with pretty much everyone except for one guy he paid me to check Come on bro far out
anyway yeah but I cash jobs are rare these days for our industry no one's paying me 5 million in cash yeah it's not like landscaping or like that right
yeah word of the day is not finish on that because I was thinking
that's one thing that we need to keep consistent we've kept the fucking podcast consistent let's just keep word of the data as a word of the day you ready for it this is a big one yeah this this was I remember learning this as a kid is the longest word in the English language ny
you ready yes
anti disestablishment Aaron ism huh okay if you heard of it
No I haven't I actually haven't heard that I'll say
offside slavery and I guess I've had a lot of the different parts of
her anti of her establish establish you can work it out through that so it's a side again and T disestablishment Terry and ism yeah what do you think it means
your side again yeah you're again t this establishment Terry and ism Wow. Imagine if you put that into half speed you would have sounded like it sounded like you were drunk. An enhanced already within the bag
as well. Yeah. You know, you're against the establishment or you're so you're maybe you're pro establishment because you're anti establishment Terry aneurysm
close if the opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England
Wow, yeah. Who the fuck came out with that? Who's the guy that went? Oh, well, they're an anti disestablishment area. And ism. Put another few jobs if you look, it was
1911 was when it started trending? How the fuck does Google know the trends? There was no Google in 1920. Actually, you know what it does? This is cool. I think it reads books on
Tommy. John's. Google says, Mommy, motherfucker. I just google I could read books in 1920. God. Yeah.
Well, wasn't even sure was done. So it's, it's showing me the trends. Yeah.
And so the first time I could see it being used was like, 1910. Yeah. And it became very, it sort of peaked at about 1983 got real. Yeah,
just just quickly, can't remember the word but I've been I've been doing you know, just like looking at the meanings of words that I'm wanting to run to emails quite often. And I've actually come across a few of the moment that haven't, so they I definitely use the word but then I look and I haven't been they haven't yet been put into the English dictionary as a fucking word, then. No, no, no. So it recognizes it as a word but they haven't yet recognized it in the dictionary so it's like it's like I can't remember I'll remit all remember it and I'll bring it to the table. But it was it was one that
that Yeah, just hadn't been putting this yet. So I, I definitely refrain from using it because I was like, all right, if it's not me, it's, I've butchered the word and people obviously have also butchered it. But yeah, is that
room service? Josh? We literally have someone in the hotel now trying to sort out our room. So I better go to daily talk show everyone.
Thanks, AJ. say God, gotcha.