#187 – Travel tension in Central Park/
- October 3, 2018
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The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday October 3 (Ep 187) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
Josh’s girlfriend, Bree, joins us on today’s episode in Central Park. Toilet banter, AirBNBs in NYC, travelling with friends, curb your dog, what Josh and Bree have learned travelling with each other for three months and creating habits so you’re doing your own washing!
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conversation, sometimes worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy jacket.
Name I'm sorry.
It's exactly. Oh,
It's a daily talk show everyone. Episode 187. I guys, this is what happens when we have a third mic and we get very
high, which is cleaning your teeth
as you are trying to the internet is quite funny. Sorry. We're live from Central Park.
Yeah, it's where we are sitting is such a great spot. If you've seen john wick to. It's one of the locations I know you haven't Josh. But there's this amazing scene around this fountain in Central Park where he meets this guy. And then this is any, it's this it sets up for the final john wick. So that comes out. And I've been really hoping that we can see some filming going on because it's all set here in New York. A lot of it set in New York. It's a series, isn't it? john wick is a movie, and it's into its third third instalment doesn't come out till next year.
I think I'm real shame though. like looking at everyone's on boats. And the partner is like rowing or whatever you call it. What do you call it when they like
rowing when they rowboat
but the second ago, have you guys looked up? Every girl was like on her iPhone, like taking photos. Like there was about five of them. Every single one was doing it. I mean, I'm guilty of it.
If you come to Central Park, this is one of the things people want to do is go rowing these robots next to this amazing like little boathouse cafe restaurant, probably Uber expensive. And it's Yeah, Central Park is ginormous. What did I say before Melbourne? Melbourne same day fits inside of Central Park. It just gives you the size of the pack, but also the size of New York City.
In fact, where do you even get that? Now,
you know, the facts, all the things that you have in your head? No, but I just
know, I like the fact. But also you got to keep in mind that. I'm not doubting it. But I just know that your level of confidence with things that you're not sure on is
referring to the time many times to try to direct you in a certain way around New York. We got it wrong.
Correct. Tommy he's looking at his phone right now.
3.8 miles squared. Yeah.
So yeah, I guess the CBD is, is a lot smaller than that.
Yeah. You guys talk because I need to get this
is a big city. Massive. It feels overwhelming compared to the places that we've just been in all over Europe as well.
Yeah. Well, to put it in perspective, we will. We walked
5000 steps that
but it would have taken us 55 minutes just from downtown to walk up here. Yeah. Which is a very long way away. Yeah, it's Yeah, it's huge. I love the city
yesterday, we had Brad blanks on the show.
Yes. good fun. He is a great blog. Yeah, there's something about all these
20 kilometres, I know we've moved on, but
I haven't moved on my legs of fact, I'll just quickly tell you that storey I went to the toilet, then in Central Park, there is like I appreciate the amount of toilets they have an offer in their public toilet here. Because it's like 20 in a row free and they free. Unlike some bicycles in
the US have big gaps on the side. So you can actually see that he's weird. And the difference in the toilet bowl here to Melbourne or into Australia, the water is really high.
It can almost touch your bomb. And these toilets that I just went to a so low and the door of the toilet comes up to like below my shoulder. So when you walk in, you can just look in the people who next to you if there was something that you could totally just see them doing their business. And so there was no one next to me. And I sat down and then a guy walked in and out of all of the free toilets came in to the one next to mine and sat down. And I was thinking oh yeah, this is going to be a pain to stand up and do what you need to do. wipe your ass wipe your ass. Correct. And so I was like, Oh, this guy's next to me. Now. I can't stand all the way up. I just have to kind of like, get in a half squat
position down what Brad blanks does on the red carpet. What have I done? In the sense of he's right, like kneeling down so he doesn't turn
Yeah, that would look weird. And then all of a sudden, we see Adam Sandler. We'd be like, Oh,
we haven't seen
Yeah, but I bet my quads was just had to lock them and I started sweating. And then I'll just getting I got it done. And then it was a nightmare that exerted so much energy, but maybe it's because we've done 30,000 steps.
I don't shoot him public toilets. Why not? Because I'm nervous. It doesn't make me nervous. But I just feel like I'm pretty regimented in the sense of I shit before I shower.
Just like going public places.
The only people who say that they shoot in public places or public toilets. You only do that because you're someone who needs to shoot.
I don't even like who? around. Yeah, no, that's true. If I have the option,
yeah, I'll rather shoot at home. Exactly. Have you ever leave somewhere? With Bodie? We haven't felt comfortable.
Have I lived somewhere? I think when I first started living with girls, and I was immature. Yeah. And I it was a big deal. That was the only time I was just more considerate and thought and I grew up in a house of boys and my mom.
Who is she's one of us.
She's adapted to the what boys alike. Yeah, pretty, pretty gross. pretty disgusting. pretty disgusting and vocal. But I was I am also she taught me to be considerate. And so for the place that I lived in with the girl I was considered, although she was not considerate. And
you are very considerate, Josh. I am. Yeah, you are very good
in the sense of toilet.
He didn't turn the fan on when he went.
I didn't know they had a fan. thing about our air b&b use. you flick up to turn the lights and fan? Yeah.
Well, here's a fact even if mine was incorrect about Melbourne, here we go. Airbnb is illegal in New York City. Illegal, not legal. I said illegal.
Illegal, illegal. illegal. illegal. It sounded like you anyway.
I get lazy through pronunciations of any word.
Did you look it up? Or do you just going off my fact that I gave you? We can
have someone messaging and and
they told us that?
Yeah, absolutely. No. Air b&b in the US is in New York City specifically as
well. I mean, I had one here in 2012. And I didn't get a sense that I didn't see anything I just looked at. It's bizarre that they allow it then,
like you can what I think it's a similar to like how Uber x is illegal. It was illegal for a long time. It's like they're playing in this grey area. But you've just got to be careful.
Yeah. Well, Melvin, it was always the conversation getting into an Uber. In the early days. Yeah. This is naughty. And so we're being pretty naughty. What happens? Is there any cases that you've heard of where people have been kicked out of their apartment?
I think that the the only issue would be when shit hits the fan. So I think it's only an issue with all of a sudden say, buddy corporate or whatever they call it. The people were doing it that said, well, you're not allowed to do it. Yeah, sure. You could get fined
And what about if we like trash the joint? We have a studio 54 party here in New York City. For a loose nightclub in in New York City. Okay, is it film about it?
Or the silly thing to say?
There was a film there was a film about it. Why is that? Why you haven't seen it? Watch it I could watch it. But there's insurance because there's been like ice addicts and stuff who rent an air b&b Yeah, get fucking loose. Have Icefjord orgies get really disgusting and then leave trash the place be absolutely devastated if
there was an ice. Yeah.
Wasn't your own?
invited I had in my house. I wasn't involved. Yes.
It's not ideal. But what have you learned about yourself? You know, it's we're few days in? Yeah. What have you learned now being away from Bodie being away from Amy? What? What are the things from a travelling point of view travelling with a couple? What are you learning about yourself?
Yeah, pretty easy to travel.
You guys are very easy to travel with. Why is that? Why you easy to travel with? I think
because we've been travelling for the last.
You said you said yourself. You were so easy. Yeah. So do you think that has been? I'm just flipping the questioning here? Because I'm interested to know what have you learned from travelling? How to Be good traveller? Or how to be a considerate person around other people because you've been staying in homes?
Yeah. Yeah, we've hung out with people we've stayed in their places. I think that there's maybe there's a I don't
know. I think it's just because we don't mind necessarily what we do. We're not like we have to do everything. We're sort of just saying oh, we're happy to chill walk around Do whatever you want to do.
You know what I think it is though, is doing this podcast together Josh, and spending a lot of time riding each other's emotions. Yeah, because when you travel with somebody you you're getting every bit of them you're getting them when they a bit cranky. Really happy just That's true. I'd average like can't be facts don't want to talk
by should everything to write it can feed off any like the if one person's feeling negative it's probably good when it's in this three people travelling Yeah, when I'm going to break and sort of hold the fort and embracing a ship mode. I can be in a ship mode. Yeah.
Yeah, you can just be like
it does help because if you're in a bit of a shitty mood and you sort of both being a bit snappy with Tommy and I, then we together I can kind of get a bit like sort of joke around about it to your sort of confusion then you sort of cheer up rather than me just being like why you should he go No, I don't know.
Yeah, I was the difference between a partner and and friend, is that you really bought more or your least say what's wrong like Yeah, what's happening why you like this? Like, I know with Amy I do it a lot and I probably should just let it ride the emotion and not jump at the first moment that she starts getting a bit crabby with me because that's probably what's happened but it's
so obvious though, in a sense of what it is like these these emotions come out when you're hungry. Like you before you ate breakfast today you'll find an answer you're ready for
the clock so here's the thing I am I am being not considered I'm being good traveller. As in being patient to wait for you guys. Because in my head I go in my day to day life I get up Yeah, I start my and I get out the door like fucking a stop when you enable this to people that need a shower. And I can't just have to share
catches and that's the thing. It's not like it because even taking that example. Yeah, in my head. I was like, let's not have showers now. Let's go to breakfast and also thing and then come back later. Yeah. And then so when you were like I want to have a shower. That's okay. So now we're all having showers
out of the door by like seven
I did find myself having to have a bit of a reality check.
reflection in the moment it's it's a numbers thing, right in the sense of like, when you have one bathroom,
it's also not like we were all slow. We all got ready pretty light. Everyone had their shower and Kareem and you had a shower you shower. I tried my hair and
getting up and getting out the door. Yeah. Which is what we probably should.
I would think that was pretty quick, though because we woke up at 645 and we were out of the door by like 730 Yeah, sorry to me from waking up for three people have showers Get ready. That's that's getting the standing
up and out the door showered shit shoe shine, shave with he's a baby.
within five minutes. You just hose him down.
Maybe that's me because I'm always trying to get me to hurry up.
But it's definitely attention. I know that when mom and dad have travelled with people. It's all the when people wake up, and when they ready. You know what I think? And the funny thing is that the just having more people in one space, you can both all be thinking the same things. I just wish because the thing is, if you think about it, you wanted to leave earlier. I wanted to leave earlier. The my tactic was we if we have a shower talking to take longer your tactic is shower doesn't take very long. Yeah. So then we all have showers that ends up
in conclusion. I think we all did pretty well. Yeah, we did a good we got out within 45 minutes. We all like to sort of wake up sort of early. I mean, I think there would be issues if we were like, Oh, no, we always get up at 11 or you know what I mean? There are people that wake up much later I remember having sleepovers
kid, and there was one and there was definitely families I don't know what you guys were like your families that slept in that light. No, my dad was up first thing miles up, you know, our family was early risers and that's probably why I'm you know, really great in the morning in terms of just getting into the day, but there was this kid Redman that I went to school with sorry we live down the street Rob I met him by throwing rocks at him from one side of the road and he was throwing rocks back at me and then we became really good nights perfect. And and I'm childhood friends
it's sort of what's happening with Kim Jong on in
Did you buy each other a dog do you say that's what the North Korea has? Apparently it's a way of showing pace they give pet dogs so like North Korea just the other day
dogs that have been given just like there's a whole bunch of dogs is barking around here in New York. I will get back to the storey about Redmond I my childhood. But have you noticed walking past these like they always pins that have it looks like kitty litter and they for pets? Oh it's like in this every not notice and I will point them out on the way back. They look like giant sand pits with like brick walls. So it's just like be like a tennis court that has brick walls around it. But the the stuff on the ground is almost kicking these and it's just she's everywhere, which I think is just for dogs to run about. Okay, and there's the signs that say curb your dog. I've never heard that expression. Yeah, curb your dog. What does that mean? Could be dog Curb Your Enthusiasm the show so we can curb you. Like Hold it. Hold it. Hold your shit as a curb your dog can be a dog. It's everywhere. Doggy
dog actually may
not notice anything. I'm terrible.
So Redmond's family we're light rises. And I just remember lying in bed when I woke up up and I was too scared to wake up the family. Not they would have done anything but I was just like, I think I was just being a polite kid. I but I remember the feeling. And so when you told me that you were staying with some great friends in Barcelona and they like Barcelona go to bed when I am it's very late for dinner. Like I'll speak to you like to can we push the podcast? So tomorrow? I'm having eaten dinner at 10pm Yeah, and then they sleeping because as you would you get yeah now is that inside? I was like just channelling
yes it is and it's like a different I mean it's just a different ways it's a culture right?
to curb your dog simply means that you steer her towards the straight to eliminate the to eliminate the ideal place for her to go is in the straight just off the curb.
Oh, interesting. Yeah.
Kirby dog Kirby dog. Yeah.
The episode Kirby.
Say it's a new it's a New York specific thing.
I'm just watching that girl really struggle.
if we look right now, let's count the amount of votes. 123456 How many men are rowing? 123
Yeah. 65 she's
a woman doing it over there. Another one. Oh, yeah. Wow.
Who's on? I thought she was reading. She's just got one of those nice notes. It's got like the the cover.
Where see the little thing there? It just went down. Oh, cute.
Sorry. clearly didn't say it.
No, it's just a right in front of us. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. This Yeah. Turtles. Awesome. What have you learned to Jason?
Yeah. What have I learned alternately three days or three days in? Josh likes to get lessons hot, hot questions
like, Tom, he made some new friends. One of my friends was something within like the first hour. He's like, what's your five year plan?
It's good. Christian gets you thinking? It's definitely a thought provoking question, whatever. But I take away these. You think about learnings, sometimes you're not actually articulating them and you just working should add. And I think for travelling, it's like I hadn't thought as deep about that can being a considerate person. Like, what how you described me this morning. And what I was thinking was completely different. I was thinking I'll just have a quick shower, because you guys don't want to have them. And then we'll go Yeah, mine will be super quick. Yeah, anyway.
But this is the difference. But when you travel, you can't be individualistic, because like, we have to share it sometime. Like it's that moment of saying, well, I could have a quickly shower and then we'll be out the door. Yeah, then when stress and bringing have a shower, it's either like we don't have breakfast, then come back. And then you're sitting and waiting for us to have a shower.
Getting a little bit of time to this is conclusion. We actually had a great morning and 45 minutes getting ready all three of the ship, like dried my hair and everything.
I'm glad we brought up because I was gonna bring it up. Like I
said, we've spoken about that. Now eBay has two sets of keys.
Well, it's like when you get the two cards. How many cars do you want the hotel? You always get to get better get to? Why? Because if you're at and and blow out with your partner, I'm off. I'm out of here. Exactly.
I don't have a local sim
to get back.
If you guys had any blow ups that have been the take the spear case and get
the fuck out he
the trip, not on this trip.
I think we had one in London a few years ago.
It was when we're going to Nottingham we're in London. I remember I can't remember exactly. Fighting about that.
Great love films.
Do you remember we were walking to make friends for lunch or something and maybe was to do with directions. But there was all these other things that just made this argument way bigger than what it needed to be. And I can just remember it like was stopped it I'm going away and I walked out. I didn't have a foreign and I it just left you Is it fair to say there's more of a problem. So fighting and relationship is hundred percent going to happen?
Yeah, if you were to be remembering the exact or you'll be able to go off, we've been blowing up about this, it's probably more of a problem. Like that's probably a good guide, because I remember, like I can tell you the fights that Amy and I had maybe, but in my head is like it's normally because one of the
you know, it's like it's a concoction of things. But mainly on this trip. I feel like the biggest arguments have all been around me wanting to do things or whatever, maybe just not being as Kane or me feeling like, Oh, I just want to get going for the day. But Josh is more someone that like wants to sleep for a little bit at heart by trying to sort of work things online and work
on things I want to play, am I what I'm like, what the thing is, it's like, I know, part of it is that when when travelling. I I'm just easy. I just don't like the the sort of the going to six different cafes before we sit down and find one I like just having the one and doing it. And so that's the pushback. It's like if we if we know that this is where we're going like you think about today, we know that we're going to go to the landmark diner, and we're going to eat there. It's like it's very easy, because we know like, we're going to
mornings you would know exactly where we're going. You just maybe went that came? No,
I think that what about life you look at life, a lot of great things do happen when you haven't planned. And when you are just on that journey and found places there's We've had great things happen.
I think that the thing is that I think what gets people she is when you apply things. So you like oh, this person is this. This person just likes to see storeys in it as adventurous or this or that. But the thing is, it's like, people just like doing things different wise. And so the difference is it's like not
to say that you did that every day, though, because you didn't. But what I'm trying to say is that, I mean, we've been travelling for three, nearly three and a half months. So I think it sort of gets exhausting to then sometimes you do and you feel guilty. I didn't have those moments where we'd be sitting in the hotel or whatever. And I'd be like wearing Santorini, like somewhere amazing. And we're sitting down at the same time. It's like you've got to do a reality check. Like you've been travelling for three months, you've been going on it the whole time. Sitting your hotel room isn't a bad rap.
I for one, I don't think you need to move around every second like part of the thing of being away for three months was it like, I want to be able to sit in one spot and just be able to like, being inspired and being able to work in a new location is for me a holiday.
I think I'm looking at this trip is two weeks, I've got my learnings Yeah. I travelled in 2012 for four weeks with my made. I was 23 or whatever it was. And I'm tired. I don't have what I used to have, like I've Okay, I did so much more. And I'm like I'm struggling in terms of how I feel. And I'm not and feed it just but it's just so different. Yeah. And so yeah, I definitely don't have the stamina.
Yeah, more responsibilities or, but I think that the you can some people place too much thoughts on what a trip needs to be. Yeah. And I think that that's where it gets hard is it's like when you have all these expectations. Or it's like the other thing, too is like Bry loves beaches. I'm not much of a beach guy. So if we go to an island, I think it's okay. Like I think in a couple relationship. I think it's okay. If you travelling for a few months that you like it. Yeah, you go to the beach. Today, I'm going to do something else. Yeah, that's probably the good lining,
is it? Do you think you're closer from being away and being each other's pockets? Because that's another thing, being with sound like you guys, when you have a life as in your home, and you're working and you, you know, you got a bit of a routine, you're away from each other for nine hours a day?
I think it maybe has made I mean, we've been together a long time, nearly 11 years. And I feel like we are close. I mean, it's made me definitely realise that we've come a long way in our relationship in terms of get it like, I don't think we've had a big blow up or anything like that, like we've had issues and stuff like that. But we've been able to communicate a lot better and sort of work through things, I think, because we basically are relying on each other to have the best tree. Yeah, and it's just like, I think we've been out because we don't have all the distractions of harm or any of that sort of stuff. So if you do have a fight or whatever, I think I instantly and more like I can't deal with it.
Because it's not like you go away and you've got what sort of thing it's like, well, we have at the moment anytime that or it's good as well. But anytime you fight,
But it's also the thing is like, you know, if you fight on a Saturday, in Melbourne, it's like, you know what, I'm gonna do my own thing. I'm going to go into work, that's the thing, embrace I'm going to go shopping or I'm gonna hang out with friends. And the thing is that when you travel, it's a bit harder to do some of that. So yes, it becomes a bit more elevated or escalator where it's like, I'm not going to spend the day like we didn't really have a day where it's like, where we didn't spend the day together.
Yeah, that's good. No new fresh couples, you know, that travel? And it's just there disastrous? Yeah, because I think after 10 years, I mean, I after five years of know each other. You You're not just guy. I don't think she's for instance, always early days in relationship. Shingo. You still sussing it out on, but maybe it's why like marriages stay together that have had the history. Yeah, not saying you guys have that. But it's like marriages that aren't really working with them. They're going not for me, or hang on. You've got a lot of history here. Maybe we should just work this out. Yeah, it's uh, yeah, you learn a lot.
to like, when we every couple that we walk past in Europe is having something
about food or directions.
That was, it was about food was bad directions, and probably
about the thing of
the the thing around
being hungry. It's not the hungry
thing. But I think about what we're going to do during the day or whatever. Because I have moments like if there's something I want to do, like when we're in Amsterdam, and there was I BC, like the big conference I wanted to go to, I'd be up and going and doing all the stuff. And same with New York. And but when it's when you're in an island, and the thing is that you've got like the buffet breakfast, and then you sort of you're going to walk out and do like a to me, I don't have enough of a mission for the day to really feel the need to get up. But when you
did we got the bug we drive around the island with the beaches.
Yeah, indeed, all that I'm not much of a plan.
Shout out to my wife, who's not on the podcast today. And thank you for allowing me to come on is true. Not that she you know, I think no, it actually is allow it's a mutual decision. And if she wasn't cool with it, it would be one that I would massively value that feeling that she has, because I have to. Yeah, because I care about it. But it's Yeah, it's she's she's doing you know, her thing back home with in Melbourne with our baby, and it's hard. So thank you,
what are the what are the conversations in the sense of I do feel like when I get back, I'm going to do this? Is it when you're a parent? Is it transactional? In that regard? You say, Okay, well, I'm good at like, next weekend. Yes, you rely nice and
go do something for her. That's
Oh, yeah, I'm Oh, for that. We haven't spoken about that. He's an interesting thing. She's had some, like, learnings and the hard thing is, it's, it comes from a hard thing, like being by yourself. Yeah. And being thrown into that reality. where she's, you know, this, I'll just let you in this. It's not personal, but it's like having a kid and doing the cooking is fucking hard. Because the kid just wants your attention. And so what Amy was thinking was you know, it's too hard to do the maker meal while bodies there like cooking, you know, full pastor or something like Bala nice sauce from scratch. And she said it was she just did it, we cut up all the vegetables before we went before I went, I did that. And so it was like easy just to sort of throw it all in that was there thinking when she said it was still so hard, but what she didn't realise, but body was demanding her attention. And she, you know, said to him darling on for the finish this food. And so she and and what she was doing normally was, as soon as he's demanding attention, you do it instantly. Like he wants your attention you like he turned in every thing gets distracted of what you're doing, you get not focused on what you were doing. And you now focus on the kids just like, it's like when they cry. It's like a fucking alarm siren with inside you this weird internal thing where you need to come to the rescue of your kid. But if you ignore them, but if you just don't give them the attention, they will be all right. And so that's something that was hard because she's by herself. But she would not know that and have that internal realisation. If she was in the situation,
do you learn from your parents? Like, do you because I think is all of our parents have sort of done it? That we've all had kids and had to somehow managed to cook and do all that sort of thing? Do you? Do you find that? It is one of those ones generational learning where you actually say, Mom, what should we do in these scenarios? Or is it a path that needs to be done, I
should lead lead by leading by example is a massive teaching tool. For kids. I know my dad I used like I and I've only thought about this since becoming a dad is I remember him coming home and play with us. And you know, I always say man packing the dishwasher and doing bits and pieces. And mom was doing everything as well. But I, I've been I've started just like getting on the front foot about everything. When I come out in the morning, I'm pack the dishwasher, I would never have done that. And I just think if I don't do it now, it's never going to get done. And that's it. I remember my dad doing that. And I just remember him not complaining about having to do it. And I always thought thought how does he like how do you do that?
And because the thing is doing is never as bad as the tension of not doing. That's the other thing too is we've gotten a lot better.
Yeah, right before we left in terms of because I used to do. Would you say everything right? Yeah,
I mean, you did a lot of the stuff I think at the same time is everything. Yeah, but we did we don't cook. So like we've
done maybe maybe
once every two weeks.
Okay, but the thing is when you think about everything, it's not like this week the worst that would ever happen.
Water the cups of water? Yeah. You said
no. Because you don't think about that. But I clean the toilet. I cleaned the showers. I vacuum the floor. Brady the dishwasher?
Dude, like I'm with you. I need to lift my game when it comes to toilet clean the bathroom grounds. Good. Is it
nice tidy toilet? No, I do agree.
He started to help with the washing in the end. You've got to say out of all of the like even on these trip. I've done the washing every time we've had a washing machine. I've done it
when I've got a bit going on. So when we get to LA
what's gonna do Washington fold in LA?
Oh, we gotta pay for it.
mean for me this is maybe speaks to my laziness. Like I only have three t shirts now like I don't have i've i've built out a wardrobe that doesn't require much because I don't want to have to do I don't want to spend my time having to do that shit. Yeah.
I must say before we went away, I didn't know something in you just started like sometimes you would do the washing without me even prompting you like I'm just doing washing and I'd be like, oh,
because I think that it annoys me like it's one of those things where it's I can't remember who was talking about. That's right. Greg Brent. I was watching some of his stand up comedian. And he was talking about, he's sort of the forgetful, forgetful and pedantic. So he would leave something on the ground and be like, who's left this here? And so I think that in some regards, I'm like, the lazy Nate frache. Sorry. Like it annoys me when I have shoot around. Yeah, and I leave it around. But I do want to do it.
And I have a day so I just automatically pick things up because in my head it's not worth the takes me two seconds. It makes me feel better. But then at the same time, I'm not giving him the opportunity. But yeah, I want to get a second says less tension then between
Mike Do you know what I think it is, though? It's having a the the trick isn't for washing, like you know that the all the washing stuff on the phone stuff. It's not picking it up. But it's actually having a place where it actually goes, Yeah, because storage has been the biggest issue print, like when we get a new apartment when we get back. Yeah, storage is going to be a massive one. Like when I have for instance, my shirt that I'm wearing today, this shirt, I went to put it on the ground last night, I was like, Oh, I have a hanger. And I've got like the waters, I put it on the hanger. And when I have that, then it becomes a lot easier when you've only got like three or four t shirts. It's like I hang the three or four t shirts on
and that's it. I think having a tidy place or like a not even I mean it could think about a clinical environment that sort of really quickly services and everything put away you don't want to mess that up. And so you probably actively try because it's everything's got a place. I mean, I've been talking about that a lot we've like it's like we just need one more room. But yeah, it's like wondering I really hope it would be just that one more room to have the laundry where we can put everything yeah and some boxes but if you deal with this space you've got you and you make it work there then it's like I don't know it's maybe that we always want more
happy that we can start fresh and stuff and like we got we got rid of a lot of our stuff before we left so that's really good so we can literally it's a good opportunity to start fresh not have too much shit in the house and all that sort of thing. I mean we always have a tidy place I have a bit of a day so I don't exactly expect Josh to be out of there because I'm a pain in the ass.
No but i think but also the other thing too is for a lot of times I had like an office space at home as well. Yeah, exotic camera equipment and shit too. Yeah, so it's like all of a sudden the I've got like three times as many things because all of my work stuff is in the home. Yeah and so it's great being out of separate well when we get back
we'll have office space yeah nice neat and tidy. I'm looking forward to cleaning up my shit and then combining it and we've got no option but to make it good Yeah,
because otherwise it'll be not me
trying to fix wondering Christie Josh because Josh packed all the stuff up and all that for you left it was what it was class and no and I contributed to it. I think I was like I don't care about that now.
Yeah. So I'm
gonna start fresh. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah and then you get a bit of a system going
hundred percent systems are the I think the backbone to all this stuff like it I don't think it comes natural to anyone. I just think that some people are better at creating systems Yeah. And being disciplined than than others.
A system helps my mind if I've got a system for something or something is I can clearly think about a problem back Hey, this is where the storey is that done Yes. I have to even think about it
the system it's the same with a plan you know very similar
they give you a clear Yeah.
Yeah. Success in the system for you know you're tired at your how you use put away You
shouldn't allows you to wait until you're on your last pair of socks before you doing the washing. Yeah,
before we left night, I went and took all of our washing with me We took because we had loads and loads and dude, because you go to a laundromat. It's just never ending because the kid was like shooting himself daily. It's amazing.
myself at all.
But it's not to say that you haven't Good job. You've similar, but it's great. And if you've just, you know, come here because of Brad blanks episode yesterday. Bry is Josh, his partner, girlfriend. And this is you gave me pushback from saying partner yesterday. Well, you said that guy and brain I was there,
but I was standing behind you. And he was standing together
and we were in a very accepting place. So
yeah, Tommy and I were a couple potential.
shocked when he looks behind
this little this little I was gonna say something, but it's probably not
calling you a hapa Yeah, baby.
Talk Show. Hi, the daily talk show.com if you want to send any complaints about anything Tommy, or any of us have said and reddit.com forward slash our forward slash the daily talk show where we posting links to shit if you've got any insights into the conversations we're having. It's good to go on there. And talk about it tomorrow. Josh Pyramid. He was the lead male talent in beautiful the Carole King musical in Australia.
Yeah. And he's and he's actually one of my friends named Joshua can really sing.
Yeah. And when I said the lead male talent that's Santa Fe. lead.
Yeah, he's one of the main cast in that you have that show. I think it's because there is the whole show Cinderella woman. Yeah. And he's just he's the you probably you're sure we want to shine the light on the woman?
Yeah, because she is the show. Anyway, Josh is not hotline Carol.
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Yeah, there we go. I don't know if that's correct. Okay.