#277 – Counting My Chews/
- February 6, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
Being unlucky in love
Tommy’s coaching degree
Keystone habits and consistency
Time spent thinking about food
Routines and flexibility
Speaking American and watching anime
Josh’s future lavender garden
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hundred percent sugar? What do you mean the market
that isn't just not sugar or chocolate could be but you think that that put a bit of sugar in it? I'd be really upset if I knew that I think 80% of cafes where you go and you ask for a hot chocolate it is the chocolate powder is probably 70% sugar. So a cappuccino.
Yeah The only reason your daughter a cappuccino really is for the chalky on top of chocolate on top. It's a little you know a little
bit of that. You're always doing the hand gesture of poor
doing little shapes.
most conducive hand gesture
Did you notice Did you notice in Italy cappuccinos feel like they had more froth? Yeah,
because you're drinking pretty much a boden's mouthwash like in a silly coffee is
short black like
espresso Really? I felt like cappuccino because cappuccino I always saw is just very quickly my fingers really soul why what do you say that then? I got like I've got a a what would you How would you describe that?
It's just like a little blister. It's it's popped open
today how I got that not doing hard work that's for sure holding my water bottle when doing my half marathon walk on Sunday. I had
my I had it in my head I had like I hooked I've got like a hawk on my water bottle and I was walking along with it and the end of it like have a factor that happened row your
your your hands haven't seen a day of hard working.
I actually was cutting up pumpkin and a blister as well. This is just complete amateur softies not holding their bottle right or just doing repetitive stupid shit not feeling it
the other night. I was watching a car and a fan in Australia at some
hang on Will you it wasn't a Lehman dad. Oh, Holy moly. There's the
bridges it was breeze getting into married at first sight horrendous show? Yeah, it's Yeah,
it's a show where people basically have been unlucky in love. Yes. Unlucky is anyone said unlucky in love before reality show jona me is true.
But anyway, he in love.
And so a bunch of people with unlucky in love. And I meet someone for the first time they've had like psychologists or whatever assess it who should be matched with her? Yes. And then it's a surprise
they married the oj show because I remember watching this and Amy was saying this last night that they were that was over in the UK. They actually wasn't as a joke. And sort of silliness Valley because like on this one, they've got the Virgin and so they get building out all these characters like a good reality show does but the original was like, psychologist looking at some of the different traits of these people and really trying to match them up so that they are enough, but then they get married.
It's all bullshit. It's become more beauty in the geek. Yeah, potentially. These all this area is started to lean towards shameless podcast. This is what they talk they cover the important topic was dumb, dumb shit for smart chicks. Yeah. Is there the whole
lot of smart people like dumb shit? Yeah. Because it's an escapism from being having to sort of have all the answers. I'm a dumb dude who likes smart shoes? Yeah, that's it. That's pretty good.
at it. I love books we spoke we spoke about with Penny shipping.
Well, I think we're too dumb. dude's given a crack. And that's why I've always like, I was begging, I wanted to be a coach. I wanted to be the Peter shepherd.
But I was too immature.
Well, you went to the Coaching Institute. Yeah,
I paid five grand and, you know,
located off how much it was like a monthly payment? I
think that Yeah, so this is a business in Australia that offers up a coaching degree not that it's, um, is there a certification and what it means and if you can call it a degree
they call that really, you can do the diploma you can do all
really, and you did a degree so you've got a
degree? No, I actually didn't complete it. You didn't even complete that completed the stuff I needed to do, but I just didn't end that do it anyway, what was the degree What did it actually required there was like a year long one or there was like a six month one was just different tiers. And you had to do a lot of practical coaching one on one, I had a really bad experience, actually. And the power of thought was apply in this moment. So I, I did the weekend workshop Friday, Saturday, Sunday, so you pay you five grand, you get this sort of like intensive eight hours a day to quite emotionally driven you doing coaching you kind of having these breakthroughs. And it's I think it's based on how tired people are, and how open people are to sort of be in this mindset, but this woman was like, You changed me. You
was like, 19 at the time, or 20, or something like that,
the big boost for you,
it was really, we were doing shit like, Okay, so I've just turned towards Josh face me. And this is what we're doing. Like, there was this one session, I'm sitting there with this woman I've never met before. And
our knees are almost touching, we're looking towards each other, just resting your part your your knuckles, on your thighs, your palms to the ceiling. And it was really just like, we did this thing where we just looked in each other's eyes. And how it was just looking into each other's eyes, or wha. And as we and so that they just like trying to get you to connect, and then it's about coaching and stuff just being open. And so there's some nice things. It was like probably a lot of manipulation techniques going on. But there is something to be said about sort of being super present turn
around now. Yeah, we can tell. But it
was it was weird. We did that like doing that with a complete stranger.
What changed? A bit?
No, because then we did the coaching bit where it's like, you need to now go on this journey with them asking questions, no judgment, just being open to sort of navigate their thoughts which so that they are doing a good thing coaching people but it's like the personal training courses, they'll probably be one coach out of 25 five grand was the bad dude, the job you were saying that you had a bad experience.
post course you get assigned a person to do the sessions with you know, I got assigned to fact in person lived in Thailand. Really, she'd come over to do the course lovely sweet girl could not remember for the life of me what she looked like a nine now because it was so long ago,
but would have been grad school around
knows you will nothing to do with her. It was like my annoyance was I'm doing this course. I'm paired with somebody who can hardly speak English. And I'm needing to try and coach them every single week, a couple of times a week.
Do you think you'd almost change that I almost said as exciting now. Yeah, like, Oh, that's cool. I maybe I can, because I know a little bit of Saudi crop
makeup. It's like, I'm learning how to edit on a MacBook Pro that's set to French. I had no idea what I like, I was trying to it threw me off because I wasn't present. You're trying to be present. And you're like thinking, what are they saying? Like they're not actually understanding my words. And then you start trying to talk very slowly. I don't know. It was Yeah, I do. I did late Allah God, I did acknowledge it at that moment is like, this is a challenge. So there is the like, I'm making excuses by finding something but I was like, it kind of ease. I paid fucking all this money. And I couldn't be put with somebody that I could really give this a crack with. Maybe that's a story that
it sounds sounds like a like a saying it. Now I feel like it's challenging, maybe.
But I just remember how I feel. So I'm taking how I felt how I think about it from a sort of zoomed out position. And I still feel like, it's it's super hard. It was super hard. And I just, I was young anyway. So that was one that was the thing. But other than that, like doing the course instead of like, shifting gears in what I was doing my life because I was like, hell bent on becoming a presenter and working in radio and on TV. And I took the foot off the gas. And when I took the foot off the gas, I got a job in radio started to work. So I was like, now I'm going to be like, look into this coaching staff and commit to this pay this money. And as soon as I did that, I stopped thinking about it. I got a call. Hey, you wanna come be the roving reporter for the rush hour? And so I was on triple M. Yeah. And then I got a job on radio, which was, so we were it's like, yeah, the shifting away from the thought brought it to me. Okay, remember how we got to that story about wanting to be a coach?
Is it something that you the course stuff?
self development, that's what I was thinking about? Because I was thinking about when I wanted to be like, I've always wanted to do self development. But I think the only way I can do it bringing back to what you just too dumb blokes. Yeah, it's like my level of self development that's on my YouTube channel is essentially self development for dummies by a dummy. Yeah. So it's like, low basic stuff. Whereas I I'm really just figuring this out as well. So it's not like I think there's, it's hard when you're, you know, this sort of superior figure that has it all worked out. It's there's a lot of responsibility there.
The train. I like the idea of doing courses, but then I feel like halfway through I always don't like the pace annoys me. Yeah,
well, you. It's a structure that you're sticking to. Yeah,
it's a curriculum that you have to follow.
We've been no good at that. You know, in our time, well, I've
got actually pay for that. For Master class.com. Yeah. So we actually we need to use it 97 I'll get extended to get more
use out of it.
Because the thing is, I got it. I think they had some sort of promotion, but it runs through the app store subscription. So you still paying now well, so it doesn't I looked it up it doesn't renew until July. Okay, but it's one of those ones where it's like it's a yearly fee. It's probably like 400 Australian dollars or something. And so it's it's so annoying if that was to like re just take over take over it goes. Knowing when to
take out very annoying, but that's got you can learn how to shoot basketball hoops with Steph Curry, or a film director with that guy from breaking know from Breaking Bad from Sons of Anarchy. One of those directors super talented dude's talking you through some, you know, hard shit. Yeah.
Have you felt like I think you've done a better job than I have on the news resolution front. Are you feeling feeling good about it? Oh, yeah, we're in February now.
Well, very basic ones that I've stuck to. And, but they've all been flowing, they've all been the ones that then open up
to do the other see stone habits
is what they call it the Power of Habit, which is small habits, which then lead to bigger changes. So the idea of filling up your water
regularly or always so a habit could be never letting your water get past a certain line or whatever before you fill it up. It creates all of these habits where you go you fill it up more and you're moving more I'd
probably explain for me the Keystone habit.
explanation is, for instance, the exercise every second day.
miss I can't have more than one day off. Yeah, so I could try and two days in a row then have a day off. But I've got to train the next day. Doing that then flows on to how eat
The choices are make what I'll do as far as sleep, you know. So then I think yes, that like flow on effect. Yeah, exactly. So that's one of them the exercise and no drinking. So these are all that's a good for me Keystone habit because it just means I have an eight markers after being boost course haven't
yet just made silly food choices. Do you think that you've mentally it's been easy doing? Yeah,
I don't know why, though. Because sometimes I find it found it hot. I've said it very low. So it's like,
so is this less gym than you would normally do if you're taking something on on
every gym because it's consistent. It's less gym, because in the past I've trained more but it's so it is more gym. That's the thing is you're going to going to the gym more often and x or doing some for max, like on Friday night, I went I had an exercise and I'm like, I need to get out. And so I walked for over an hour. And that's which I would never normally now walk, which I'd never normally do for me. Yeah. So it's the Keystone habit stuff. And where do you see on because you've said you fallen short with some yours, which I don't think that's a thing like you can fall off in February. You can affect it, but doesn't mean but yeah,
I say temperate. Yeah, I say it is like temporary, finally is to work out what needs to be in place. So may I think getting up early makes a massive difference, which means going to bed earlier, which then feeds into a bunch of things. So it's like actually having some consistency. So because we're being housesitting, and all those different bits, they're all excuses. But I haven't allowed myself to be mindful on all of the those elements. So it's like, it's not I get up at the same time every morning, every night. It's like, what time am I going to get up today? So what I'm really looking forward to is the Keystone habit of being out of bed by six. That type of thing.
Shower, I'm doing cold, cold showers every day. But it's not fucking hard when it's like 40 degrees. What do you
is this been a thing? Was this on the list? No, but
it was easy to the funny thing is when I don't do one type of goal, I will then compromise and do something else. So make other improvements. So it's like, well, if you're not going to go to the gym, what are the smallest sacrifice could you make today? Yeah, and so for me, it's like I actually and I've been feeling good. I can paint a bit achy or whatever, I think maybe from walking the walk 21 kilometers on Sunday. And so the feeling a bit sore from that but just before going to bed being efficient in the shower, and waste so much time in the shower. Whereas if you have it in the coal on cold, especially back in, you know squeegees
Well, you closed up you just
just in and out when it's cold. Yeah. And so Dave L is doing coaching hours every day for 30 days. I'm he's in winter in LA, which isn't,
you know, I it's like
Australia, like nice and warm. It's i did i saw i worked out on Sunday. It was hot, really hot. I usually wouldn't have gone if I hadn't done that every second day. And I tried a little hot cold shower after the train. I was like,
Oh, no, why? My
forever. I meant to miss everything though. Yeah, you can build up momentum, then it like it. Look at this podcast, even adding video becomes less, less and less friction.
Or consistency builds momentum. Yeah. And so if you take the time to take off the table, the beast like crazy, you know, crazy shit like crazy goals. And you actually just chip away in the long term, you've done the crazy goal, by chipping away
creating the moment will find trying to find an apartment. I feel like it's taken a lot of weekends and time. And so once that's gone, I mean, justice to me, it is 100% of story, but stories can work.
The Thailand thing it's
it's it's mindset. And I understand that it's like, I've been getting into a negative mindset about it. However, it feels like some of these things that we aren't doing in regards to the podcast and adding video. Like it feels like improvements happening. Do you feel that like it feels like we're like only I think a couple of things off before it's like really touching and moving along. I think the problem with the
small implementation can't consistently is that it doesn't feel like the
thing doesn't feel like eight weeks, five days a week training on doing it. Yo Josh I mean they're talking about it doesn't have the same reward.
The instant gratification and the instant gratification is a lot of times the thing that will create the energy or motivation. So it needs to come from another place, which is consistency,
which I've done all of that and it's it's definitely not long lasting. The thing about the year off alcohol, is it I've just gotten out, but it's long enough to be a solid
period of time. So what has been the learning when you most likely to fall off the wagon?
Definitely not the alcohol thing. I just it's that same season. Yeah, it feels really easy. Now that I've said, and I can have the banter. Yeah, we'll have beer in 2020. Yeah. But yeah, I'd like to
record in 2020 you'll start drinking again.
I'm really looking forward to and whether I do then or not is another thing. Summer of 2020. down the page. first week of Jan hot getting blasted. Even just some cold beers with some nuts. Set a good combo some sheets, some red rock, deli, lime and pepper.
Red Rock. Is that outside Australia? Yeah, maybe how do you describe them for never had it just
a crisp a chip? Just
Just oven baked. They just flavor some chips. Really good flavors. Just really want one? But yeah, I'm looking forward to that. So I can set that away.
But I haven't had
to do you think your mood wise? Do you think it's positive on your mood? Because that's like you're in control? Or do you feel like ego depletion, which is like you're running out of willpower because you're having to use so much for all these things?
No, not really. I what I've noticed though, from not drinking and exercising more, is how I still struggle with feeling anxious about shit and not being in a clear mindset. It doesn't go away. That's the interesting thing.
what I've learned the learning is when you throw things like getting wasted and then feeling for me yelling fucking emotional, or like just short and shitty things and just not being clear. And then being sleep deprived, because you're going out all night just getting fucked up. Like that. What how bad i'd feel then with how good I'm training myself now, and how bad I can feel. I'm not I don't feel that bad. But I just look at myself and go. Imagine if I added all those other things. I just wasn't listening to myself. Yeah, you know, I wasn't listening to my body and I still probably don't on the weekends when I get in for pizzas.
But is that where you're having a bit of a cheat?
I enjoy it more doing it on the weekends based on not doing it during the week. And training and so I do I do enjoy it a bit more. But I'm not like I'm not going I'm not waking up eating peanut m&ms for breakfast.
I did that. Why did I mean so fucking great. I love that. Fat Fridays do you think?
The amount of sheet like Mr. 97 the other day did a video of how many bites? Gemma did more bite. But to be fair, she was taking smaller bite. Yeah,
she was little nibbles. It's interesting saying Gemma's little nibbles like a mouse and then seeing your slow but large by
deliberate though they're very intentional.
I've been blown away how quickly you can eat something though. But it's not like you're messy being a pig just blown away by how how quickly like it's opening my mouth. So I have to tell my son
because he just takes it and so the maybe there's a bit of
I should try and be more deliberate in in regards to
i mean it's it's maybe you need that or maybe I need something different but people do the counting my to
like have you heard of those dude? Yeah, but the thing is, I'm trying not to overthink. Yeah, at the moment is counting my choose seems quite fuckin there's a tunnel the show 97 counting my choose. Like it. Doing that feels like 80s in one regard is being intentional. Yeah, but in it from the other side. It's fucking obsessive. Yeah, I go trying to let like, trying to think less, like overthink things, or not feel guilty around eating or food. But I don't know whether that's just going to mean like,
I get fatter, additional layer of thought, which is like an obsession. So how
will know? So it's not being obsessed? I'm trying not to be obsessed, excessive. But the problem is that, then my obsessiveness is the way that I keep in order. So it's like me not having breakfast, or I'm like, you know what, I'm just going to be normal. And I'll eight, right? Like, if I'm hungry right now. I'll ate breakfast. And then I think that that will actually just lead to me putting on white?
I don't think so i think i think if you just approach it with that. And that's the single thought because if the approach was just get a breakfast now what that looks like each day is this specific thing. Yeah. To start this die with certain it's not open to all my rules to eat breakfast and there's a Mac as drive through for bacon Egg McMuffin make nothing? Which I mean, I'd probably get it with the Batman. Yeah, but I think that's way How do you not be a psycho? How do you not come across? Could you even said, like, I like about my routine that I've created. You? What have you said it's like, it's pretty intense or something, something around? What have you like thought about it?
No, I don't think was a negative was like,
I think it's just looking at sort of, when do you veer off like with how do you not?
Well, it's regimented, or whatever. I think part of it is working out when to when can you flex? Like, as in be flexible? When can you say all right? I've been using flex too much. Now. I've confused the action. When can you be flexible? Yeah, I think, for instance, fasting and stuff. Like I think it just all needs to be dialed in. I think it's so determined based on who you're around what your environment is, and then changing those things. You know, yeah.
What is the answer, though, if you a strategic, but you also want to be flexible? I think maybe there's the
working out where is the flexibility? So maybe it's eating out socially, but not eating as much when you're on your own? versus like eating socially, and then coming home and eating again, potentially this
external pressure and all the things we do because but then we've only got ourselves to rely on. So for all the
In saying that, we also have like families, and we have expected when so when you're catching up with Amy, each evening, if if the one area is that you guys having dinner together, and that's like a way to connect, but you're like I had a big lunch, I'm not going to eat dinner. How did how did those social interactions play out? For me? Well, no, just in jet, like in that sort of general idea. I think that it's so many of the Am I going to eat something is determined based on what's everyone else doing around me? Yeah,
going. But then again, if that is delivering up a ship result for you, there's the bar. Yeah,
well, exactly. I don't think that you can let I think that it's finding the external forces and the internal need and trying to align them as much as possible. So if you are in a family, or you've got a partner who really cares about cooking food and and
eating together, but then your that means that you probably shouldn't be having a massive like, if you're trying to be calorically responsible on not having too many calories, you probably should have a smaller lunch so that you can still do that. Yeah, I think that's where I struggle with is trying to work out like trying to keep everyone fucking happy or thinking about like, what's the middle side enjoy the food?
there? Is it that you? You could be, you know, swimming the other direction. You could be swimming upstream, everyone's going downstream. So they're not thinking you are and so that's all you've done. It affects people around you. I know that. Because if you're the drinking thing is one for me who has and then so then what do you do it? Because I think that it's like the
we're all on a different path. So whilst it might not make sense for you to be eating bread, does that mean that there's no bread in the house? Yeah,
I guess that is it. There is bread in my house and I haven't been eating and during the week. Yeah. That that we should it's okay to have read. Because you could say I need bread. I have seen in the past, I need everything out of my house. Because I'll eat it if it's
a hot like it's impossible for everyone around you.
And I do think it's a dumb strategy based on how the world works. She even to your partner that she brings home because she's, you know, being given some freebies works there radio station, it's got some donuts, but you can't then it's not it's not her fault.
But then. So for some people, they're like, I can't have it in the house. Yeah. So then it's it creates an expectation not just for you, but for everyone else around you around. It's controlling your environment. Because psychologically, it's easier. If it's not there, then you don't it's less pressure on you. But it also has implications of the people you're around. Yeah,
I mean, the food one is so complex.
fact the amount of time I waste on food. What thinking about came out thinking about it. Yeah, it's annoying.
It's annoying. Why are you thinking about it?
Well, it's because I don't want it like I like I've been 120 kilos. So it's like thinking about Okay, how many? How many mistakes off me from getting back to that white? Yeah,
I don't have the answers. Five, five more. Five more. Brothers one your idea, bro?
data, right, in fact, right when a workout away or but the thing is, if it was just contained to Friday will be fucking fine. But never is. Yeah.
Well, that that's a rule that
all these things like it, all of it. Every single problem like everyone has, can be answered by some easy combination of all just do this, this, this and this. Yeah.
That's why I struggle to understand and articulate why it is that I'm now sticking to this. Is it that I have a kid? Is it that like why am I not? I think the
focus, I think the good thing with the situation you're in at the moment is nothing's changing. You're like, you know that there's going to be considered like, it's easier to commit to things where it's like, you know what, this is me for the year, this is where I'm living. This is what's happening. This is how I get to work. This is how I'm cooking my food, nothing is going to really change. I think that the hardest part is when it when we're in flux when we're in chat like it. I think when people are traveling, they struggle to stay healthy. And it's because it's like, they consistently changing. Yeah. And so I think that the the responsible thing would be to say, Okay, well, this is my situation now. And so I'm going to eat this way. I'm going to work out a mechanism to make this work now so that when I have x y&z it's easy. But I think that that's, it's a lot of fucking cognitive load. So
a month in Do you completely scrubbed out all your news resolutions and start again, once you've got your setup and your house? And yeah, I think
it's Yeah, I think learning I think it's learning about Okay, what's worked, what hasn't worked? And how, why has like, why have things failed? And then saying, Okay, well, what is the what's the, not the end game, but like, what's the ultimate lifestyle like at the moment?
Safeway doing a shoot, whatever, because we're just getting back into the year. And we got new gear. And also thing, it feels like there's friction, it's hard, we're working out what's the process, whereas like, when you have a something for a long time, it's like, plug the thing in here, I do this thing. And so there's a part of it, which is getting familiar, even filming this, where because like, we get into a cadence, we get into a momentum that then allows us to correct other things. Yeah,
I think the feeling though, is replacing that with something else. Like the feeling of getting used to what we're doing here, will then just be replaced by that
we then create the audience somewhere else. And so that that's where it comes from. It's not going to be the answer. But yeah, it's it's very complex, but I think that definitely re looking at my resolutions and saying, Okay, what are the things I can leading with what's easy? For me? Because I reckon part of it is like what is one of the easy things that you're not doing right now? I think we focus on the hard shit. There's actually like heaps and heaps of really, really easy things that such small
like examples where it's like, I can actually like this is so easy. No drastic change makes a lot more noise than this smaller. Yeah, stuff getting getting up getting up at 6am Yeah, he's actually really easy. Yeah. Even if you're tired. So I think that like those little examples where it's like one of the things that I could do I'm trying to do that would you like one of the things that I could do now? That's actually the doesn't even look like if I'm not going to do the thing? What is a level of improvement? Yeah, one back
we go to Well, this came through on my personal Instagram accounts from Eric but he's been listening to the show this is he commented on a photo of Gemma from last week's fat Friday's is it dude, it was weird and amazing to hear someone say I've never been to the USA it's like we over here so wrapped up in our own shit. We forget there's a whole world besides us.
Which the one
of my favorite comics said in her podcast recently.
Somebody about speaking American is like legit is many English but he's saying speaking American I just thought was very telling for an American. Yeah. Because I think that that is like but the
interesting thing is people who listen to this podcast a clearly not that right like their examples of people who are like to seek out something have to on the do in Melbourne talking shit. Yeah, I mean can understand
it? Yeah. But I mean, there is a lot going on over in the States. not big enough. It's big enough. Go
to Hawaii for beach holiday. You know, Amazon Prime. It was. Yeah,
still there. And we also got from Kyle who hired the deli talk show.com he just showed us a bunch of questions. One was all right.
Have you ever been to Adelaide? My city?
No, I've never been to Adelaide. Have you ever been to LA? Yeah,
went to the Calypso? 500? Yeah, not to drink Bundy cast.
for work. I would love to go there. I would love to go Kyle. Love to go to Adelaide fringe. I there's a Fringe Festival at the Fringe Fest is it? That's like the main one
in LA. He was it? This is one other heavy heavy either. Have you watched enemy before thoughts? No, no. I'm not a big I look like an anime guy. You do it? What is it? The glasses? It's
been into it. We I mean like a subculture that
turns in general. Not really. No. I'd love to though. I think that there's something in being able to unwind of going into the car
map. What's common
you know the
calm at all? Sorry, the car what's what's calm app? I said you heard car map? The car map? Are you looking at the car map car? app calm?
Have you have you paid for any of the bits? For what? I've got the one I've got a Stephen Fry story about lavender? I think
No, I don't I haven't. No, I don't even have the car map. What do you use? headspace? No waking up by Sam Harris.
What is me guys?
headspace I guess. So yeah. Meditation. Is it a meditation app? Yeah,
it's a meditation app. But it's cool because it like has when you actually turn it on? Yeah, it starts like straightaway. Point says take a deep breath. It starts playing like different sounds and she did you pay for that? No. So this is free internet. They got a section where you click sleep. And then you can choose to sleep. You have sleep stories. So the one at the moment Stephen Fry. Talking about
is telling a story. Yeah.
lavender fields. It got me right into lavender. I was thinking about it. Like it would be cool if I one day when I have a garden. Have some lavender. Yeah.
And I was like, You know what? Dr. Well, you don't need it doesn't need too much attention. I literally
had a just a moment where I'm like, why am I so scared of bees? Why
are you so scared about
getting stung? I was like I was actually you know what? Next time I say a big just can be chill about it
with the amount of fear in people. Unless you've got
a severe. Yeah.
And you'll die if you ever been I pushed a kid into a pool because he had a baby on his head and he
How long will you will seven All right. He wasn't really
early and he was five he destroyed. He was severely allergic to base I
did have a solid, but with the amount of people being scared by them and how many like how often you've actually been beaten. I feel like
I feel like I need to get stung as an adult.
We just pack on this garbage. My son. He's like, love spiders. He's got no idea what they do. But he loves it. I got bitten by a white towel. Yeah.
Gave me asthma. It's not good. Yeah, today was talk show. Hi, the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email, have a great rest of your Wednesday.
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