- February 21, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
Being told what to do
Having a boss
Sexpo and perverts
Mr. 97’s Tinder and love life
Erik’s dating advice for Mr. 97
Validating Josh’s milestone walk with Erik
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It's a daily Talk Show Episode 200. And it is what's cracking? What's going on, guys? It's Thursday. Yeah, it is it this week is Lord. It has we had Dave Elora on yesterday. Yeah. And then I'm going to Sydney tomorrow night. I forgot about that. Yeah. Well, it's one of those times. It's like, I'm coming into work. And then we're going straight to the airport. So I need to make sure that I pack my bag. Before you went night before or the morning of I've traveled with you. And I know what you are. You're a morning of, which is a fucking nightmare for people around you. The night before is better for everybody. And I've on that when we were in New York, we were there. I was the night before guy because we had a such an early morning flight. But we were so tired because we'd literally done 15 hours of walking around New York, podcasting. You know, it was fun. But I just wanted to get the maximum amount of sleep, which was good, but you actually deal with a good but you're a bit of a zombie. I think there's so I do it the night before that is that is what I am. What do you mean? That's what I am, as in you said, What are you guys I am that guy based on the high chance of fucking shit up in the morning. Which is where as I think the only reason that I do it the morning of is because normally people asked me to do it the night before and I just hate people telling me what to do or you hate it. But I'm he said to me, she repeated something that she said, I said, Oh, you hate working for people because you don't like getting told what to do. And I hadn't been told what I said. And what I that's what I am, he said that you said which there is a high chance I've said that before that I hate being told what to do, which is one of the reasons why I don't like working for somebody else or working in a big company or something like that. And then I thought about it is like I actually don't like being that person that says I just hate being told what to do. Because it's more than that. Because it's so much more than that. And and what I Mark Zuckerberg didn't create Facebook because he didn't being told what to do. Yeah, we are big babies. We are 100% big babies. But what I actually like, is the reward. There's too much pain for me in working within another within a sort of big corporate or business environment. Someone else's agenda. Yeah, because I like I like paving my own way. I think that's both of us. It's like, and so being told what to do? Is this some sort of control or power removed from you? because now you've been a path has been laid out for you if someone tells me to do something, yeah, it's extremely destructive, because it won't be able to get done, unfortunately. I mean, I have I've reverse psychology, do you not? That's not a term. But I've reversed such a great idea. What's an example? I think, just in some? Look, there's no one big example. But I kind of stopped to understand how to work. Yeah. Like that work in your mind being worked? Well, I think we complement each other in in respects to how we could work each other. Like I can work you with no real resentment on, you're actually going to do that. And you can do that. Yeah, I don't think I can just ask cuz I don't care. Like the biggest way we work each other's maybe asking questions. Yeah. And making a think about like, we don't have to say, I think you should do this or do that. But you can say are like, what's the plan for this? And then it forces us to be like our shit. Okay, I'll have to get that sort of 100%. I think, like in a business like, we're talking about
majority of my life working for myself, so I am my boss. Yeah. But then as the partnership comes together, there's two bosses with on it within the same mission. But then it's like I say, you fucking around. I can't go my just you're always fucking around. It's that's counterproductive, brought. We all have our fuck around moments, where he was like, God, what are you doing? What do you like? What were you doing today? Because she was working, working for Well, from our office. Yeah, my thing is, it's like, we have this great thing where it's like, normally when you're in business, there's this thing. We have to pretend that you're working all the time. Yeah, yeah, definitely. The good thing with what we've got is it's like, we have our projects. If we've got this, sometimes when I'm going to be editing, it's like, you can be fucking around doing sort of creative stuff, mulling things over in your head. And vice versa. Yeah. And so I think that that's what we've got worked out pretty well. So if I'd say an update, which I haven't even told you, if something I felt like leaving us and I was like, fucking, I've got this year that covered. So I'm working, you know, I'm finalizing a big project we've worked on, you're doing your shit. And I was like, we both got it. Like, it should feel like that. I think that's when it's like, when I'm fucking around. It's actually because I am not feeling great, or I'm just needing a bit of fuck around time. But you can't both have that. I think that's when, and it's very hard and destructive. When you've got a business partnership in the business. There's no work or there's nothing going on. And I think that's what we've had a few blogs. And it's probably been based around just stuff sort of bubbling away. We've been working hard on generating things, but we're actually not in the middle of the thing of doing the thing. And so it's weird, because it's like, it feels like there's momentum there. But the blow ups were we had them on the show that was like, two weeks ago or whatever. But now it feels like we've got the you know, it's pretty, it's beautiful point where it's like you've got pre prod going you having conversation? Yeah, but also what I like, Is it still time for for me to be doing reaching out to people in regards to this podcast? Yeah. Yeah. Because when you're working for someone you like, like you said, You're pretending to work, but you're not actually working. So you visually It looks like you're doing something. And that's, that's not doing something you anyway, like I think that it's like destructive because it's actually more counterintuitive and just being like, you know what, today? Yeah, I'm rewarding myself because I know that tomorrow it's gonna be faster or the day before and things like I said, the biggest I think the the leap for us is having multiple people working with us, and knowing how we go about our process. And sometimes there is the fucking around and seeing somebody said, like, this is why being a manager is so such a hard challenge. And people micromanage is based on looking at someone and going and watching their every movement going, are you doing something and what's happening and so, there needs to be a moment of letting go I think one needs to be output driven as well as I Are you getting the thing done at the like, where it becomes an issue is when someone's like, I don't have enough time in the day to finish this thing. It's like well, then the manager has to say, Okay, well, this What about this hour here or this? 30 minutes there? Oh, have you been poorly managed before? heaps of times? Yeah. I just I remember the radio station. Yeah, I remember at the radio station I was managed at one point having to take take down some big media companies
know there was a the radio station I remember I got a manager who they were very new at sort of managing people. And they were managing me remotely. And someone had taken a photo of me
like pretending to sleep with a sombrero on in a beanbag. Yeah. And we had out she was down from like Sydney or Brisbane or something where she was based. And she sat me down she said, Look, be honest, just has been. There's been word come to me that there's been moments where you've actually been sleeping at work.
And it's so when, when they're trying to like say something that's quite sort of my I know that you sleeping at work. Yeah, I just couldn't contain myself because it was a bit of good. Yeah. And do it. Yeah. So that was that was good with managers is that they're just making it up. Like I've always seen past. Maybe it's because we don't fit into the higher hierarchical structure of the business. Like, because we're like, dude, I'm fucking over here. bullshitting. You're over there, bullshitting. you telling me what to do? I'm actually on the ground doing the thing more than you are. And I'm seeing the holes. I go to I had in my career. I feel like I've had a lot of job managers where I've had sort of multiple people managing me as a cluster Fuck, yeah. But it's brilliant. Because I feel like as a kid, I used to always work off mom and dad, right? If I can, if mom said now go to dad. That's not gonna mom. You know, those two were working you? How you how you are, but two managers you do the same? Yeah, I just remember that so many times where it's like, I'd ask a manager for something. They'll say no, I'm just going to the other manager. And that's it. Yeah. Yeah, I had, I had one radio manager, who just showing competent, but the the empathy was that he was fucking swimming. Yeah, like, just like trading water, but just couldn't like, I think I wanted to be told what to do. Yeah. And it's like, if I'm in this structure, do you make the call? Yeah. And then it's like, when, when the call was made, sometimes where it's like, I felt it was wrong, is like a, then it's like, Can you say something? Yeah, it's, it's, I mean, yeah, I look at people who can work for other people and fucking take my head off to them. Because you do something nice about it. It's not at times, or it's just, if you respect like, call us and Simon and in Bartow, that's one of the few times where I like really felt like I respected my bosses and wanted to do well for them and that was I was invited over two and a half years hence why we haven't taken them down you know that I get it and so like but but it takes a unique manager because yeah i in the company so they can make the coolest shots and all that so yeah, I want to when Amy was saying about the you don't like reporting to people though I see she said you don't like being told what to do. Was that in a blow up where she was identifying using that as ammunition to why you weren't doing some? Potentially I don't I can't recall our I think I was it Yeah, I actually cannot remember what we have so many conversations about so many things and that was just a high chance of it being may push back on no but it really stuck with me because I'm I don't want to be the god it's just I can't work with someone because he told what to do. That's the concern with the I think when I'm always balanced yeah to write which is like I don't want to be perceived as the big creative baby however Google guy if the dummy fifth
way Yeah. I was a couple of days ago I was it. This is just a quick gripe. Yeah. The book grocer. Yeah, the book grew Can you explain the book gross other people No, no know the book process the grain logo. They have every book for like $5 it's the books that didn't sell. Okay, and so they set up these I saw had a sad place the saddest bookshop because it's all the shitty books what was sad video easy doing a pop up still with DVDs in 2019 on Smith straight and calling this was sad because you know, you can identify and I would have empathy for every author. Yeah, it's not. It's sort of like it. It's a really small pop up location. It's really shitty books. I just saw it's funny because I was walking out as I was walking out, a lady was walking in. And the girl behind the counter said are just saying, oh, we're closing in 20 minutes. And the ladies I hadn't sorry. I said we're closing in 20 minutes. I just saw such a power play because Who the fuck is spending 20 minutes of the book grocer. Especially the book, right. It's not It's not that style of bookshop. Yeah, it's walking is there a bag and you look fuck the lady at the book grocer for one by get it. She was sort of elevating. She was acting as if she was at like Avenue bookstore. Like a really nice sort of, yeah, but the reality is, it's very much like um, you know, do you remember Jeff's? You know, Jeff shed or whatever. It's just like a big Convention Center here in Melbourne. I remember they named after Jeff Cain. It was a really well, Jeff shed Jeff's shed. Pretty sure that was within the Kennett, but what's the shed? It's like a big shit, just like a big the housing roofed, but you saying Jeff's shared slowly to me? How does that Jeff? Jeff's shed? I understand that it's gone. I'm Jeff. But how does that make Jeff shed? Yeah, this building is also known as Jeff's J. ffs. Shed after a former premiere of Victoria. So that's announced called the convention center, which is these are everywhere. Yeah. So Jeff shed though, but they I remember years ago, they had a book big book thing. And it's just a shitty books you can imagine. I mean, it's at the same place with Jeff shed is is also sex pOH Have you been you've been Oh, yeah, man.
I think it's, they market the shit out of it. Yeah. And it's, you know, alluring to, I think there is some fascination. You grow up. dabbling in porn. Do you feel that most perverts are on the unattractive at wire? perverts? Generally? More unattractive? Yeah. Because that maybe it's a deep dive. So it's like, they haven't been shown affection or they haven't been able to get this thing. And so it goes down a spiral. But maybe I think there's a problem like, people who are a recluse watching porn, it goes deeper into the types of porn that watching like, it's, it's crazy. So I went to this thing, and a lot of the times I will go to this thing, it's like, bunch of people, guys, girls, and we're just sort of walking around half of its shade. It's like, I mean, there's Do you think that people are generally more sort of sounds very judgmental, and on the bad side, but do you get it you know, like, whenever you watch a swingers documentary and watch all the old like nudist documentaries, I know what you mean.
person in the room? Yes, I know what you meant a hand and then that's the
white so the the people that go there are the
weed unit we Yeah. And
so I think we fought the mask we put on to go and be in a place like that is laughing
look at us, like how much but then you then you see and it's like it's it's weed. It's it's it is gross. There's like I mean, what what is it? What six attracts? You know, everyone can do it. It's like Steve, if you feel bad, it can make you feel good. So it's like you get the kinds of like, desperate people this is not desperate people there's it's got everything it doesn't it doesn't judge so you've got all kinds of I've just got these displays and all these weird shit and the porn stars do they go Yeah, they're they're strippers and male. You know male strippers and what? You know, Picasso the dude paints with his penis. Which when I was at the radio station, I was doing the digital content, making the video and we got Picasso. Just this
like, nearly 50 Yeah, very tanned probably spray tan, Lacey's doing it the healthy way. Just wearing the leather. He's the dude you're describing Ryan, the kind of quirky looking he wouldn't be identified generally is a vibe. And he's just found this quirky path where he paints with these paintings. And I had to film it all time like I'm at a great video but it was you actually cuz I filmed something similar when I was out there Friday I have someone getting a wax like a Brazilian why Yeah, and the problem was that the they got a female to film the whole thing which is right but and she should beautifully cropped out her vagina yeah from from the shot and you just turning over my face it's very distracting saying all things to
say panel very well what's happening with save now don't know. Nothing to me. Anyway, so your SSL certificate stuffing?
Good pretty good for someone I guess I don't even want to tell him to shut up because he can't be told what? Because I'll double down we can start going the SSL tutorial on secure something something. I didn't know this is secure anyway.
Anyway, no. So they beautifully cropped out the agenda. The fashion AJ the vagina never even for JJ is ridiculous. Yeah, it sounds like we're doing 2000 hundred for a second show on the radio. Yeah. No bit. They cropped it out was all great. Yeah, the thing was, what they didn't realize was that there was a mirror on the full length mirror on the door that they closed when they started filming. And so it was just her vagina was completely in front Who is this person? Do you know? Do we know this person? No, because it was Fifi was doing the wax
oh geez was actually I think someone who just worked at Brazilian butterfly. So the challenge was Fei Fei having to wax this chick. But the thing was that I got asked to do all the censorship. So I had to stay back when everyone left it because we're open plan offices and Josh don't work on this. Now wait until the evening and then I just got like the you know, the blur to just keyframe to the whole thing and say, Yeah, you're getting it I full of it the whole time. Yeah, well now it's on and it's all it's very tasteful. Because I put it on and then just sort of moved it around professional. It's not like you know, you deal with that shit. And I filmed the weirdest thing I ever filmed was a
video which was only like six months ago. Yeah, not that long ago. I mean, because I was pre cast so I think he's called pre pre pre pre cast was we'd definitely we'd experience it was good he had this like he smelt like a really clean man which made it even like more like gross What does anyway like I cannot not talking that would make me think of beachy and lovely. But this was just like some you know like soap. Okay, what a shower gel smell I kind of I just use whatever it is using their But anyway, so the bondage was these two women one was their mates and so what what I created was this tasteful black and white rope seeing textures skin nipple all this stuff for an artist to use at a an exhibition that you feel like you could direct Well, I mean, I didn't know what this was about for even film that so I let one of the girls had gone and lived in like Amsterdam or something. Yeah. And and actually studied this. This 400 Yeah. And what's the deal? What's the difference between Japanese bondage and bondage? It's just a different name these us specific routes and the ropes in this specific types of knots and, and so it's like not so I could get into that. Well, they're not but here's the thing, right? They you get to a point. So when they fully tied up, and there's this letting go of feet like fear, like when you were tied up, and so I kind of understood my mind the pleasure. It's like a mental game, right? As much as it is sexual as well. It's like, it is very mental instead of losing all control. You would hide it dude, you would kind of I think it would because that point says like, they have a pair of scissors close by based on people freaking out like losing their mind mentally, because it's like you're totally constricted behind being closed. Should we do it? You can do it shut Bari. Jabari, would you do it to me? Would you show by me? It's too weird. I mean, with clothes on it. It's fine. It's fine. I should probably get a kick out of submitting you, bitch.
I told you, you are my
was weird. That was weird. But the video turned out really, really nice. And so it looked really tasteful. And it's but what was weird was in the moment, it's like, it's not what it looks like. Yeah. So did you feel a bit now? It was like we were laughing in like, oh, get that bit. And so it's like, like, What? Did you make jokes to try and, you know, use the room? No, I didn't. I didn't feel that I wasn't feeling or I didn't. I didn't slip into the awkwardness of it. I let them God and I weren't and and it was quite you have to like speak about the anatomy. I
got no shot yet. Can we just can we get one where the rope is just slightly away from the nipple. Now I was professional. So that's professionalism. If you directing? Yeah, but I was professional in terms of not needing to. I followed what they were. They lay and I worked with. And so that's where it's like, I think I didn't want to go down there. But that was that was the weirdest thing. I'm feeling my brother's gone on Tinder. We saw I was gonna say James.
His wife's having a baby. So jumping. I'm sure there's much a scumbag. There. That would be at six five as well. Now. Jake's on Tinder. Is this. I mean, you're talking about on the podcast. So is it common knowledge? Well, if you're on Tinder, sorry, is it common knowledge within your family? Not just so it's not common? Or is it Janssen knowledge or deny most of the stuff on his Janssen knowledge? Well, it's now the daily talk show and knowledge that he's brothers on. Yeah, on Tinder. Yeah. And so the question that we're raising, yeah, he's when it comes to the photos. How far back Can you go with the photo? Because he was posting photos and like our Fuck, I realize that photo is three years old. And he was doing the game of like, do I look? any different? You the the amount of times I've had guys tell me that they've been on a date with someone from Tinder. And they get there. It's not the person that was in the photos. And so I think it's just but that's it. That's it. That's a very obvious live show. Sorry. Not when I say not the person. It is the person. Yeah, but a very different version of that person. I'm not saying fat or like skinny or whatever. It's like, you can face to the shit out of a photo. You can have a full face of makeup. You look totally different. And like a guy if he's rig shot. I don't know. I think I would want to lead with my uglier photos, don't you think? Well, I mean, we're too out of touch. Yeah, dudes in relationship. Yeah. So what would you do the single game but I would just always lead with what's erasing photo what's authentically you? Because they will come up later? Yeah. And would you be self deprecating in yours? Do you think
I was on Tinder for I'm just trying to wrap my brain around. It was very, very new.
Business Ben and I and I nothing ever happened out of Tinder for me. I connected with a bunch of people. And I saw his hips, people I knew and I'd always try and connect with him to then have the band has like your own here. We actually that just missing it. seven key discarded the mic? Yeah. I mean, we've got a single guy in the room. This is prime Tinder time, baby. What's up Google Gaga? never used Tinder. Actually. Have you ever downloaded it? No. You've never been curious. Now it looks like a few of my mates are on it. I just mess around on their account. Okay, so you doing been? I mean, I've done that. I've done the swapping for a friend. Yeah. How do you feel about us helping you set up a Tinder project? Yeah,
What's I mean, what's the pushback on why haven't you yet sort of created a Tinder? Yeah, we know you might be asked a bit what's behind the can be asked? What's Oh, you gotta you gotta put in a lot of time set up your profile.
For hours yesterday building out Tommy's wiki page.
Surely you could, we could push some Tinder date. I know we pay you but maybe just when we're paying you can put in a bit of time. What is there any little bit of insecurity with it is a I guess you were with the boys. You leave? Your parents places that part of it. You don't know where you're going to take them? You've got your little bit at the back, but I also don't, yeah. What is this not out? I think is I'm fine, too. There's something I just haven't gotten around to it. Yeah. It hasn't been a priority. Not Have you? So you know, entertain? Yeah. Have you had a girlfriend? Not? Not like a solid? Did you? Did you go to all boys or not public code Code School? Boys and girls. So
90? I mean, maybe we put this in the right. This is the adult points. I don't know.
I think there's something appealing about someone genuine. I think my son Mr. 97. I just don't want to miss Mr. 97.
And we're not being presumptuous. We asked me tonight seven about his sexuality as well before. So I mean, I To be honest, if you're gay man, it would have been a lot easier. Eric or Christian. How could have hooked us hope this?
guy did that. What do you think they easier generally? Well, I just know, I've the amount of friends that have, you know, said, looking for? Like, I just think it would be easier, I think. So there's more elements with the female stuff. That's going to be a bit harder. Dude, the difference in Grindr and Tinder a lot different. So we heard one of the Christian health stories. Yeah, they're pretty wonderfully. any of that? Yeah. The director is probably less likely. Maybe it's your as likely to find a nice head on Tinder as you on gronk. Yeah, yeah. I mean, what are you looking for? Yeah. I mean, I you're looking Have you? Do you think about this? No, not really, I think. I feel I feel like 10 is probably the wrong place to go. Anyway. So you want like an Oh god, he's an old school guy, isn't he? Oh, no, it's pretty. It's pretty wack. Like, you know, you're not going to go there for like a long term thing. It's you could there's lots of her. Yeah, but that's that's weird. Wouldn't you just rather like meet them in person or something? So Mr. 97, I, when I was working for triple m doing the roving reporting, when I was doing the fake signature trying to get into places I did one on
I can you by the water.
It's actually the theater. And
what I did was I did a segment on speed dating. So I went to a speed Daddy, not dude. There was three people that said to people would they ever one had not had known another mate that had gotten married from doing speed dating. It's definitely I remember in 2013, or 2012, 2013
doing being the digital content producer for faith angels, the radio Dr. Show, and we had callers where we said, Have you gotten Have you had kids through a relationship that you had on Tinder? And there was a Yes, that was 2012. Yeah, it's been fucking eight years or whatever? No, six years? Six years? Yes. So Tinder has developed. So what do you think? What if you were to give us some constraints around what you're after what you're looking for, then we might find a better app, potentially. Bomb Bumble is huge. A lot of people say Tinder is shit ass. So Bumble is sort of more sort of, I don't know. I think it's like the area, Randy. But I think you're right, like in terms of finding that. For me using those kind of things is like, I've always been the type that I want the initial Spark. And I don't know if I get it by just I just want to not get it by just doing that. So what do you what it's what's the prerequisites for a relationship? What are you looking for?
He's awkward, isn't he?
probably like authenticity. That's, that's probably the biggest one because I don't know just like going going on Tinder stuff. I feel like this. I don't know. Not everyone is more your crew.
Does it scare you a little bit? Like going on Tinder? Yeah, I mean, the thing the thing that you construct in your mind about what then happens after that, you know, having to go and meet them is like some one of the things you said is like the person I want to be is the person that's a bit more socially Yeah, would you say it was
like socially comfortable? Yeah, yeah. Better in social environments. And so I I can understand that that would like dices fucking new Franklin fucking hide it. I think Facebook book would make me feel like finding someone on Facebook would be potentially easier because you've got sort of the Mutual's you can understand what they're like, like they've they haven't built a profile for diabetes that you don't need to know all this stuff. You don't need your head around all that shit. I would like to sort of create the full story. Yeah, but that's the problem, dude, family tree. The stories are just, you know, we've made everything up. So what it's all a construct. Yeah, no pressure. What have you got in mind in regards to if you think about your narrative? You want to have kids engineer? Yeah. So what side is Mr. 97? Yeah, he's ready. My son. He melts little kitty
loves body no bit. The other thing is if Mr. 97 was a What did I How did I describe the people from sex bar?
We did. Yeah. 97 was an ugly pervert. I wouldn't be suggesting he's a good looking non pervert. And embraces man. He's a catch. So I think that we've definitely we've got some great asset within the show that's not only able to produce great content, but is Astana. So what do you what are the constraints describe what you're after? Because you want if you want kids and you want like you're gonna we're gonna have to I don't want to be pushy. You have to pull the trigger at some point
Don't you agree and pull the trigger in in every regard? Well, I mean you into it. Like you can know what you want instead of evolve. The thing is dieting is there's an evolution of you also you have you been on a date before? No, I cannot right well, we could start there Yeah, so what what would be a good days for you? What would you have at this if someone's if you would have made somebody what we like in your that person leading the day? What would you What would you do? What is Mr. 97
that's a tough other than these tax returns yeah 70s tax returns at frame with his friends whatnot. If you're wondering why he's ever tied, okay. Yeah,
we were just take it
in some way I don't know where Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I mean, we got it.
Boys only give me gift cards. Yeah, well, we could definitely I'm sure we could if we said to cat from Nanda we want to have the first missing a seventh day that Nando's could you hook us up
and it's the perfect thing because it's not you know, people nowadays talk about the guy shouldn't have to pay the guy should have to pay.
What about a sponsor pay?
Perfect. So just give us some some stimulus. What are you looking for? What would you do on a day? We just need to know this information to help you. Yeah.
What do I do want to tie
up bro? We don't edit. Yeah, this is these gaps. Quite telling me
I don't know. I think I think just the first day of just like talking and stuff. I've no idea what
it's like when it when it so you told me to go with the flow. And so if would you be up for instant messaging beforehand? Or do you think that's a shit way to sort of start the whole thing?
No, I think it's I think it's alright, but I wouldn't.
I don't know just going straight on Tinder and finding someone's probably not okay, what what I do this? How are we doing it? So rather than criticizing Tinder? What? How are we actually going to? You're an ambitious guy, you quite focus you found that? How we going to find someone? What's the tools were we going to use? Do we need to use Asana? Trello? How do we sort it all out?
Still Hey, guys, we haven't dropped out
Wish we had a camera on midnight? 70s bodies language is great. Just a little bit gonna give him a given. Right? We're working into it. He i but i think he's the thing. If you are wanting to be the person that he's more comfortable in social situations. It's very hard to be at a young class and say, Hey, cat, I love to take you out.
That's a role. No clients.
That's my daughter. That's hard. And so I think there is something in it like it's probably worth, like your intentions are good using sports using a platform to then sort you know, stop messaging, hey, you know, catch up. Plenty of ladies that are not just looking for Tinder for sex for that. Yeah. And so if anything, there's probably more women that aren't just looking for a romp. Well, Jay put that on his profile, I think, like in like, not just looking for sex or something. I'll be in that. So I think that's fine. But so Okay, so the first step for to take a very first small step. Yeah. And do you have any questions for us that could prompt to help you in which direction you're going?
What do you mean in which you're also like, like, you know, is it no go zones? Is that we say? No, no, it was more like a dating advice would be happy to give any dating advice. Yeah. To successfully
sided dudes. Yeah,
no, I think it's it isn't. It is a game of like, you got to be in it to sort of learn and shelf in the dining center. Like I know, it's so cliche to say I'm in the dining arena. I've got many friends that are girls.
Not really okay. But after school, not in school. Yeah. But then just afterwards. So what are you looking for? That's probably good thing. What's your time? What do you think that's perfect. What's your time? That's a good one.
probably blondes. Okay. Sure. You don't? That's that's a start.
I mean, these are the realities. You don't have to have a top bro. Sort of like what like, what gets him excited? Is it girls who like going to the movies on a Saturday? we're defining two types, the line type, which is on the physical appearance? Yeah. Because that's all you got from the get go. Or you've got a personality? What's the WeChat? Yeah, you're spending a weekend with your partner. What are they? What are they look like? What did they talk about? What do they care about?
That's an easy one. ambition, ambition. Yeah, yeah. Someone who's ambitious. Yeah.
I he's struggling some I reckon I know you well, enough. Now. Yeah. I think you want someone that you can actually have some good conversation with. Yeah, it sounds like everybody, but I think for you, it's true. Well, so like Dave stuff? Yeah. Yeah. Not serviceable. Bullshit. Someone who likes and cares about what they eat. Yeah, because he's missed the 1970s. The Yeah, health, US health and fitness nutrition. If you had to choose between someone who loved cross fish was into running. Which one sort of cross it what do you think about he's a bit more of what you're looking for? Yeah. I think you know who you know what we need. We need dating advice from our man on the ground in America. Eric.
We've been talking about getting Eric on. He's our American correspondent. We signed him out last week. We found him on the internet, kind of like Tinder but not our relationship is.
It's moving moving forward very quickly, though. We got this calling Eric on FaceTime audio. Hey, I might end up just end up calling me.
Mr. Tony just happy dances.
Over there. North folk. North, north. North.
Eric, May. I may help you?
Good, good tax ski. What's going on mine?
See, it's like 615 in the evening.
Oh, we're live. Nevermind. Okay. Oh, hi.
Hello. Hello, Eric. We've actually got something pretty specific to talk to you about today. So we'll just we'll just do it.
Not not in regards to change crime. We've got Mr. 97, who we've been talking to today. And we're thinking that it could be a good opportunity to help him out in the dating scene. He's 19. Eric, he's never had a girlfriend. He hasn't been on a date yet. Yeah,
Have you have you? Have you used any black boy who was around a bunch of preachers?
Last night, we want to know have you ever done the internet dating thing?
intimate dating that you meet? Okay. Yeah,
Tinder. Cool. OK, Cupid.
Cupid. I've been shot by life before.
What do you think that that Mr. 97 should do with the dating scene? Whether it be online offline, whatever. Do you have any advice for a 19 year old?
Do I have any advice for a 19 year old? God? I don't know. She was I was just 19 yesterday. Let me see.
you're the married people? What are you asking me for?
A wish so far out of the date out of the dating game? And we feel like we could be potentially giving him bad advice. Yeah, but what should he be like? I think you viewed it Eric, the way you deliver your content on your Instagram. I want if you would make a video about for the single guys out there looking for love. He's a bit you know, like pull on some sort of general knowledge about life connection with people. I think that's what you're good at. Give us give us your give us give us your you dating wrap up for Mr. nine, seven.
So I'm Mr. 97.
Number one cutie is not important to Tony important. But it's not attend gronk.
From a guy who's had one of the most hottest girls in town, not important.
Number two, is best to know who you are, and what you want before you started dating.
Because if you get a relationship or enter a relationship based on she's hot, then eventually she's going to get ugly. Especially when you get knocked up. She starts to sag. Yeah. You may not like her anymore. Yeah. So it is.
They say opposites attract. I don't really know if that's the thing. Yeah, I think that.
So so if I had to wrap it up in a minute, I would say here I am taking your leap. Yeah. And if she really is she's going to take you the morning where your breath smells like swamp but then that's probably the girl for you. That's right. That's
your tagline. nia.
swamp you have me if you take my breath
in the morning, you
know I love Yeah, yeah.
If you have to, if you have to super impressed her. Then eventually she's going to meet the real you. And she may not like it. So I'm not saying just go out there with the best of my life. But, but I'm saying that just be yourself and present that to her. And if she likes it great. If she doesn't then keep moving and like what a million girls on the planet Earth
is probably a lot more than that. Eric percent of the population of 2 million people on the narrow
I love that advice. Yeah. You said like, No, I think knowing yourself it when I found me it was when I legitimately was you know, more content place. And I was you know, less sort of restless. Yeah, than ever. Yeah, it's great. This is why we called you Matt you. You're a dating guy. today. Just today just
today. I have not taken that responsive.
Eric, can you tell us we as as the representative from how do you say your town that you from?
No, fuck. What is can you describe? What is it? Like? Where are you sitting right now? what's what's the best part about the town
will shoot the kill?
Well, it's a millet. It's a military.
That's, that's literally so they're in a they're having an identity crisis.
Because we had a military town for so long. And now they no longer want to just be labeled as a military town. Yeah. So they're really transitioning out of that.
The problem with that is it's it's a lot. It's seriously complicated in in how they're making that transition. But for right now, it's mostly known as the military.
Look like trucks driving down the street that a full military or
not riding down the street, you know, you know, doing good man soldiers on the streets. Yeah. Now there's no it's not that. But it's, it's it's literally more. It's a revolving door because it's a military town.
Okay. And, and what's the main like, sports team? Like what do people follow in that part of the world?
So we don't have one. We have like, arena. Soccer, not soccer. Hockey. Yeah, we have. We have a minor league baseball team.
What's the difference between minor league and Major League?
One, two boy, the elements of man.
I mean, it's always like the Yankees is major. They're like, everybody goes to their own.
Who we have as a minor league team. They're like, I guess they just created the minor leagues just to get more people
interested. And that's the main thing. Did you ever go to like on a weekend or whatever? Go to the baseball.
I've been before. Yeah, but baseball is so freakin long. Yeah.
Hey, Eric, have you traveled around? America?
I've been out of Virginia. That's what you're asking. I don't know what traveled much around America means but
North Carolina rural parts.
So I've been in North Carolina. I've been to California to Texas. I've been to
Maryland, DC. DC.
was the last one.
say, Pennsylvania. Yeah, there you go.
Now, I haven't been to DC, but we should when we do our 400 kilometer walk maybe that's where we go. So how many how many miles Did you walk?
We can just pass right by that.
You see me here licking my blistered wounds. And and and I'm thinking okay, somebody watch the show. I'm just gonna put my feet in a you know, it's hurting and everything. And I'm just gonna relax myself. And I'm minding my own business not paying attention to anybody. And I hear Oh, we're going to do this 400 kilometer walk. And I'm like, okay, that's cool. Nice. You know, that's a great idea for somebody else. I really liked that. I was like, Man, that's stupid. But you know, I like people will do stupid ideas. And then it's like, oh, yeah.
That is 248 miles. Yeah,
you know, I looked it up. I think you saw the start. Yeah,
he's the how many miles? Did you walk last week?
3030. And how do you feel? And how do you feel after 30?
Did you hear about the
joints feel sore and stuff? Or is it just the blisters? No, no.
I mean, it's normal. It's not that bad. It's just, you know, so blisters is kind of my fault. Yeah. Because software proper saw. Yeah, yeah, you fucked it. But other than that, it's not bad. Okay. They
just need to spread it out, like weeks and weeks to really do it without injuring yourself. But, you know, as you as you I mean, Eric's interpreted that is we're actually doing it and he's coming. This is the problem with bringing up ideas on the show people like he bits of them like how you doing that we get we are going to do it or do something. Kevin said what we do Eric's committed to it. Eric would do it
in Topeka. Now this is great. I'm so Cain. I think we I think we walk from Virginia. All the way up to DC. That's Yeah, I think I think that's probably more than 400 K.
Okay, that that's that that is not possible. Okay. Okay.
I think it's good potential. I Yeah,
I know, it's literally not possible. You're the cross bridges and go through tunnel.
Bridges. He's our American concurrence. Nose America, Eric, thank you. Thank you.
But here's the thing, you probably get an Uber through this house. Yeah. Yeah, you have to drive total
shooting for Eric, tomorrow, when we get you back on the show will will probably have some other topic that we won't tell you about before we do it. So we want to do it weekly. So it's Wednesday, late afternoon, and tomorrow would be 630. But what I will say is there's no promises being made. We're not making another promise. today. We're pulling back on the promises of all of these things. And because we were trying to consolidate all promises, we're in liquidation mode, and we've got the liquidators in and they're looking at all the promises that we've made yet, but would love you to come to Dubai in 2020.
I wasn't aware of that. So I think that would be a lot of fun. Thanks, Eric. Thanks.
Oh, you guys are crazy.
Eric, bye. There we go. Eric. On the line there from Virginia. Yeah. Love him. We'll start workshopping this Mr. Night. What did you learn from what what's the main takeaway that you learned from Eric?
Probably? Yeah, just be so I mean, I wouldn't enter into a relationship anyway. If it wasn't built on like being authentic and stuff, but yeah, that's okay. It's a good catch.
you okay, I just want to make it clear. You'll find us doing this on air and exploring it and having fun with it. Yeah, sure. Okay. Yeah, I just want to understand the fucking email I don't want to be sued. Yeah, so we don't be super dumb people being like, Mr. 97. Isn't I don't want my mom being saying Mr. 97 doesn't Why doesn't want to find a girlfriend right now and your pressure but you could take the crickets as that I appreciate that. You've had a clean it's all good. Plus mama mama mama love it. Cuz she wants you out of the hat. Absolutely. Daily talk show. Hi, talk show.com if you want to send us an email we actually we've gotten emails Yeah, we determine with we're well over our time live with the Shaka will ambit send us an email and we'll get this big one from Raleigh in regards to an update on the stickers on the fruit I which you can get him Oh yeah. Did I say tomorrow guys have a good one.