#664 – Sharing The Block/
- April 5, 2020
We chat about using frequent flyer points, gaming and Mr. 97’s Minecraft server, Josh’s blog post, would you rather, and we introduce a new segment, Tommy’s Tanty.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Tommy’s Tanty
– A Stop in Queenstown, Tasmania
– Frequent Flyer points
– Gaming and Mr. 97’s Minecraft server
– Would you rather?
– Having an idea of how you look
– Sharing a block of soap
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 664. What's happening guys? What's going on? Happy Sunday. gronk Thank you. I'm feeling pumped up. I left the house this morning. Yeah, you've been leaving once a day or once a day, well, once a day, but this this whole timing difference has really like in Melbourne, we've just shifted an hour. And I've got to say, first of all, it takes me a long time to understand what that means like okay, so it's getting dark and but then it's Yes, I've worked it out. It means that right now it's 11am. Yesterday it was midday. Yeah, again, that means that Yeah, which is good because when you sort of woke up and it would have been sort of eight it was seven so you keep sleeping another hour. That's unless your kids sleeping on the ground next to your bed and then gets in early and then starts kicking you so you can lucky that hasn't happened with any of us.
It's very annoying that Can I can I pass him off to you?
actually yeah now so I mean that I, I, I may have wouldn't spooned and then 90
Bodi and 97 I've never seen him get so read and I was like, I've gone too far.
This I read last night, read with anger read with embarrassment because embarrassment. Josh, you've gone too far.
Yesterday, it was the smart now it's the abuse towards children. It's not it's not it's not ideal. But I do feel like there is a bit of tension online. You know, like there is just people having probably more to say than normal. Maybe it's because they're online more than they have been or that it's the tricky time at the moment. Where are you writing general? Oh, I'm just madly shamed.
Was Facebook's page. But also, among other things, Michelle Laurie having blow ups and people sort of trolling her. And there's a lot going on. Like
I think people are just being a little bit more nasty and maybe a bit more opinionated than other times. One thing that sort of got my app and arms these people sort of having people pushing back on the hype around target kink, and then sort of people coming in saying our he's an underrated show. It's like, it just got overused because now someone was saying this is the my Have you guys watched this underrated show? Meaning like it should have more attention than it does and now referring to Ozarks, and I just wanted to go back and make it had three seasons. It's not underrated. You don't make a pass one season. If it's fucking no good. It's like you got no clue and then target King, put the head in. It's one of the it's the biggest movement in the world right now.
10s of television and people love pushing back on hot. And it's funny you say that I literally gave Pete Shepard the nickname yesterday. Popular pushback paid because he wasn't wanting to
tidy. busy. And I reckon the only reason he doesn't want to watch it is because everyone says he should watch it. Yeah, it is. It was the sort of the, it was Triple J years ago where it was like you Only you wouldn't listen to commercial radio because, you know, it's to commercial. And then it was like Triple J was the alternative instead of now it's like, Here hates us shared across the board and know who's copying who. Or everything's just becoming more mainstream or, I mean, you only are getting sort of, I mean, they have to make money. So it's Yeah, it's this confusing time, but it just sort of got me out right out. I had a bit of outrage this morning, reading some of these. You think you would normally get annoyed about that stuff? Yeah, it's just good.
We're all indoors and going mad and furious about nothing.
It's and then I started getting then I started getting angry about those fuckwits in the hotels that are saying this is worse than jail. It's like, let's send you to the jail, bro. And then see what you think these people? soft, soft, soft. We shouldn't have some sort of segment where you just sort of Tommy's pet peeve Tommy's tan or yet,
aunty and do you want to do an official Tommy's tanti. Now, there we go in to
if you are still going out and sinking bees in a park or congregating you're an absolute fuckwit just pull your head in, like have you not like maybe it's the people who push pushing back on taIking they're also pushing back on the boundaries that the government are putting in place. It's no good and it's not on. All right. All right. That was really good. I like that. Thanks, man.
PC loses advice. Yeah it did. Or a bit of Alan Jones back in the day I remember I watched him on today's show you know I'm Alan Jones who will be yeah
I think that we need to try and escape a little bit of the the grind you know we're trying to do this with all the puzzles and the bullshit that you know we're we're doing at home the puzzle by the way annoyingly very hard to pack up a puzzle without starting from scratch. Oh, no, we did a lot of people do it inside of the box. And then the box just you can see how many actually came in a tube and so what we ended up so we we did half and then break it was put it all back. I was like, hang on, how do we know where we
were? We sort of know. And I think that the theory is that we're not doing that puzzle anymore. Which is fine puzzles done. It looks complicated, dude. It was annoying if I want to map then I can. What was that? What was what was it all?
was of a woman and a plant on a on a chair.
Okay, so really boring. Yes, I wanted to do some form of a map would be cool because then you could be like, Oh, look, this is the little Fitzroy piece or things like that. But I think it's important that we can
what what do you what would you say like disconnect from reality. And I thought one way that we could do this is by looking back at a time when we were used to be able to travel. And so serves what I've done is I went through to 2016 to my, my blog, and I went through the archive, and I've put on one blog post it was I'll give you the exact date I've just selected to serve because I want you to read it out. This was June 2016. And I thought we could do a segment where saves raids out because you haven't done a huge amount of travelling It seems you can almost leave
The travel through my words, and we know you're a great reader. And so I can't be I actually haven't read it yet what it is, but I thought I was a pretty good writer at the time. So just go straight. Just sorry. Just lay the scene where in the world and what date it is again. All right, so it was like in Queenstown, Tasmania June 520 16.
This is categorised under regular notes big and small by Josh Janssen, a stopping Queenstown, Tasmania
on our way to Cradle Mountain Queenstown.
offered. Sorry, on our way to Cradle Mountain Queenstown offered our first sight of civilization since we left St. Clair Lake National Park. Queenstown stuck it out mine from the night before, when a Tasmanian farmer Nick, who we'd had dinner with at pumphouse point, gave us recommendations on the best way to drive on our final three days in the state.
His certainty around how long each section of the road trip
Take was backed with enthusiasm and pride the hallmark of a dad who knew the roads well, and never once considered the use of Google Maps.
He was quick to tell us where to not when not to bother visiting. Stanley is overrated, he said, followed by the channel destroyed by the way,
followed, followed by a checklist of three other places that had lost its way to mining or that had just gotten tired. Queenstown wasn't on the blacklist. In fact, he received his full endorsement to visit on our journey to Cradle Mountain
from a distance on the wingding are so cheap, but just for a sec can what I'm finding is that I'm not actually taking in anything you're saying. And I think it's just reading Can you just do it like just do it? Can I have a go? Can you link me and I just saved this formatting is an absolute nightmare. won't have
Okay, here we go, what I'll do, I'm just gonna send it to both of you. Because that was, that was not good.
But he hasn't, I mean,
saves on the radio. Imagine if he was having to read out news bulletins and stuff. So
So I've just sent you guys a link or you've just got to go. Scroll down until you see
a stop in Queenstown. Tasmania. So yes, so I just wanted to stop you because I felt like it was.
It didn't seem very interesting, but I think it was based on how you were speaking. You know, I actually think it's your blog post.
How many can we get the Google Analytics on this? How many people who've read this? I have no idea. But I remember getting a lot of props being like, Josh, I
want to go to Tasmania now. Can we can we just stop and ask who's it for and What's it for? Because it was sounding like you were some Steven
King Arthur, just really kind of outlining it. You know, like the way it was like who you who you're writing it to. It seems very sort of how you speak. Yeah, it was almost trying to be poetic. Well.
And so what do you and like sounds like for and I was just like, Yeah, I just because it sort of plays into this was the time where I'm like, you know what I want to live on the not in Stanley. I want to have my typewriter Stanley's over, apparently, but and so I also used to do this like going back 2011 when I was in Thailand, I did it every single night, and I got addicted to it. So I would stay up until 1am writing these blog posts about what we did, and so we will get there through the course of the isolation but I thought would start here. I'm worried that it's not going to go any further based on 97 just completely fucking it Well, I think
There's like writing that reads really well when spoken, and writing that might not necessarily read well when it's been so do you want to use it? TJ Can you can you Okay, and so where did you get two cents? I can't even I didn't even like from a distance from a distance is from a descending icy roads. Yep, it looked promising a bunch of houses even a main street with shops. It was a contrast to the wilderness, we'd come from a great opportunity to grab a bite to eat and to stretch out lakes.
parking in these smaller towns can feel strange. There's no parking signs, and we're constantly doing double takes to make sure we're not in restricted parking spots. I guess having the prime parking spot only two metres from the local IGA is like hitting the jackpot in Melbourne is Amy Queenstown, by the way, yeah, yeah, there's there's onion being cooked and
it's really adding to how I'm sort of, you know, reading this
in Queenstown Main Street, there are only around half a dozen cars parked along 20 metres 200 metres of straight. There's no opportunity to be a niche shop in Queenstown. God, there's business advice right now. From my observation. Each shop was a general store made up of products that had been accumulated over many years of operation. The pawn shop, for instance, was a Frankenstein of a video easy rental store from 1995 and a local footy club campaign like that. It had been a while since I'd seen the cost of a DVD rentals $7 for a seven day rental car that is expensive. What year was this? 20 1620 2016 Yeah. Oh my god, apparently. At that point, surely you own the David a good point, Josh. The glass fridges the back of the store had a hodgepodge of chocolate bars, one box of crunchies and half a box of Turkish delights, which I'd argue shouldn't be in the fridge.
In the first place, and a surefire way to break a tooth, Mike, can I just say I hate chocolate in the fridge? This is not it. Also, it's not recommended. Can we get some comments in the YouTube live feed chocolate in the fridge? Yay or nay? Anyway, back to it. It seemed even more unnecessary given the temperature at the time was just above zero degrees. My guess is that the chocolate bars were placed in the fridge on a hot day four or five summers ago and they've just never been moved since.
Anyway, do you want me to go on? Yeah, we nearly got to paragraph three paragraph says as we looked at the options of pies and sausage rolls, there were a surprisingly large amount of hot food options, food that I hadn't seen since he was seven. At the end of year seven I spearheaded a healthy food campaign for the student representative Council, which saw all fried fried food removed from the canteen menu. A bit rich coming from a kid who had
A hot dog for lunch for lunch every day. But I digress. Fried chicken wedges, every type of pie. This place had it all along with enough cookies and cakes to just about feed the whole state of Tasmania. Four or 5444 or five years that's not well written as I began to water
for for four or five years you obviously didn't read this out after you write it. Yeah, absolutely. That's that's the hallmark of good writing. If you're good at writing, you should be able to quickly Ryan Spence is going hard that I need to edit made you need to edit your comments, your comments, take up half the feed normally. So anyway, that's fine. All right, two more paragraphs and then we're done. As I begin to water our lunch Bree quickly changed your order from a pie to a sausage roll. Unsure with what just happened. I panicked and did the same. Bree later told me in the car that she saw the lady microwave one of the pipes
And you know the rules soggy sausage roll Trump's soggy pie. Is that the roll? Yeah, that's pretty funny.
You just talking shit at this point. After we developed our sausage rolls, we were less about giving us energy, which were less about giving us energy and more about defrosting our insides. We walked along the main street looking at properties for sale in the real estate windows might have done that so many times in little small towns. curious as to what does it cost to buy a piece of paradise in a pretty weird little town? Definitely pose a writing because it doesn't reflect you as a person whatsoever. Like, I want to read. What I like about barefoot, and he's simplistic writing is it's actually how he just talks in real life. It's and like, I love you talking on the podcast.
It's so roar and sort of just off the cuff. And I don't see that writing is being like that is a persona, right? You've formed some
Some kind of like, you know, on Stephen King on writing just read and you know, applying a persona or had a hat on. It's, it's interesting, but it's not like you would never get a sense that that was Josh Janssen. Other than that it was a lot of food chat. There was a lot of food that wasn't a lot of food yet. Are you writing? Were you writing one of these a day? I stopped just looking at that publishing diet. And this Joshua's official road trip driving rider. Yeah, so we let's not blow her load too early. We've got to sort of do us for the whole life. So but yeah, there's a lot of this is just one of my blogs. I can go back and service Did you ever have a blog?
No. How would I find a blog? Like I've got I've I had a blog. That was like about fitness stuff. Glenn says not smart enough for Josh.
Different time, Glen.
Why'd you Josh like Tommy jacket.com.au forward slash blog. Can you see
Wipe, wipe. So if you go on the Wayback Machine I will do a bit of investigating today until I find anything. I definitely had one. But I don't know. I don't know where it is. We're definitely Tommy jacket. COMM Ford slash blog.com.au because it was called let it lapse. I let it lapse calm.
I actually kept a bunch of them as well.
Like, I kept a bunch of I find it on my computer. And so I could probably find them. This is probably 2010 where I was trying to 2012 almost, it was one of fitness fitness blog as well, like
it was Yeah. I mean, I've got so much bad writing, like just stuff where I remember when I quit one of my jobs, and I wrote this piece, it was called no plan B. And I was gonna put it on LinkedIn. I sent it to my mate who was an HR director. He said, Absolutely not. You
Please read that we have to find no plan, no plan B and a plan B. It's it's quite relevant to now because people are, you know, rolling out some plan that, you know, some plans they
was it? I am last night I decided that I'm not gonna need frequent flyer points.
Absolutely not make the, the, okay get this
in, I think in Melbourne CBD, there's like an arm of maybe flight centre that is, or one of those, you know,
airline booking agents that is dedicated to corporates and corporate travel, which makes up a huge percentage of their business. They've completely shut down that office and they're selling the office with all of the furniture inside. Like that's how shocked it's going. It's absolutely, like their whole business model has completely collapsed and it's full, you know, airlines won't be the same like I can't
Copy how well the thing is that if you think how many points I'd been like I was obsessed with the whole process and so my rule was never use points for anything outside of upgrades. Like if I actually on this show you you cracked it because me bought a toaster I think a toaster on don't buy but now buy a toaster. But interestingly so I've got about 150,000 velocity points. And, and so it can get you probably, I was doing the maths and you can get around 600 bucks in vouchers with that pre like JV and knowingly because of everything that's happened. They've now reduced
vouchers so you can only get one a day.
That is so they know they're cashing cashing in. Because we earned the points. The points took a lot to get. And so I did some convincing last night I said hey, Bri, I know that we spoke about this
PlayStation I know it's not really something we need. But if I use points, can I get the PlayStation?
And how many points how many points is a player so you would so it would be I would be using JB vouchers so say I'll use all my 130,000 points cashed it out. I think you can get a
PlayStation for around 450 bucks for the PlayStation four slim and and then I'd have a little bit of money left over to be able to get an extra controller so we can both play together.
Just cutie. I do just want to say that PS the PS five is being released this year. I can't wait. It's gonna take too long. I went on their website. They're just like trickling out information. And to be clear, I've never been a gamer and it was the famous situation of 2006 when I bought an Xbox 360 based on my brothers recommended
I did all this editing work to save up enough to get enough money I did. Like, I used to get paid every minute that I edited. And so I edited these really long interviews without editing on down really. And so I got enough money to go get the Xbox 360. But then ended up selling it six months later to my brother for half the price. Yeah, and I never used it. It's a nightmare. I mean, so rather than real, we're out of that. And so I understand that xboxes were wack I got didn't get around the middle, Microsoft, Microsoft, my game Microsoft. And so I was trying to save. So the first iteration because it's going to take 14 days to get anything from this velocity. You know, Virgin thing. I don't even think it's going to happen.
I was thinking, here's a compromise. Let's just use the streaming PC that we're using for all of this to run games. And so I'm trying to decide
What PC game I should buy. I mean, you messaged me. You said can you buy a PC? Yes, I did. So we can game.
You could game on it. Maybe not Game on. why don't why don't want to buy $1,000 Mac. Can you not get him on the $6,000? Could you could you get stay? Can I Really? Yeah, yeah, absolutely, would you because I said, I said to Sam's Hey, will you start gaming with me? And he said, oh, let's not open that up. Which was like, what does that mean? Well, I feel like it's a little bit of a rabbit hole that we could spend hours and hours play well, so it's like,
a lot. Why don't I how I mean, I guess it comes back to that how wanting to feel productive thing, but like any way you gaming to in business and we could, we could well, you know, sorry, I was. We got the show at 11 I mean, you're working with where's it gonna fit? No, I think it was 45 now Ah, right.
He knows exactly that it doesn't fit. But also I give giant Josh give James. I give James back in three goes before he's bored. Absolutely bored of and I think I just love the idea. There's something comfy about having fully charged controllers and just knowing that you can play wirelessly on the couch on the Comfy Couch it saves. Can you tell us about your young entrepreneurial spirit that sort of ensued when you were How old? 1213?
Yeah, I would have been it would have been around 12 I think it was a young Zuckerberg in the dice. Yeah, what happened? Tell us about it. And how much cash did you make?
Well, I mean, so there were I used to play heaps and heaps of Al's on Minecraft with with the coconut crew.
And it was always on this us base server called hypixel. And they had a bunch of like, games that you could play and so there wasn't really an issue.
trialling server. And so I pretty much copied exactly what they were doing.
And just host it in Australia instead. And it's great because he didn't like installing, like plugins and stuff. And so everything's pre built, you just have to spend a little bit of time configuring it all.
And the way the way that you make money off is you pay like, I don't know, like 20 bucks a month to host a little server. And they like people who come on and play. they donate money for stuff in game so they get in game rewards. So you can end up you know, you have like a $20 plan, a $50 plan and you're getting that cash. Yeah, yeah. And so and so did you even have a bank account? What was the deal like ABI paper running Patna?
It was a it was an offshore TIFF, TIFF file. Absolutely. Yeah.
It was I think the thing is, so I just I just had PayPal so
Up to this like payment gateway portal thing. And so people would check it out and everything would happen automatically. So you don't have to be on top of it all.
And it got to the point where there was enough money in PayPal to warrant them wanting an ID an ID check. And I signed up because you have to sign up for PayPal, you can't be under the age of 13, or whatever. Or maybe it's like 15 or something. So I just put in a fake data, birth and everything. And so it was an absolute nightmare. And they just held on to the cash until I hit the legal edge of it. Oh, wow. And so how long was that in there? Ah, well, I mean, he's, well, the good The good thing was sixth that I could there was like I ended up like upgrading the server and all that sort of stuff. So you end up like ah, paying the cash out. But yeah, at the end of it, you know, there was probably like idle 10 grand just sitting there and pay pal and just so you couldn't until it after that you could use it or you could use it within paper, okay, so they just they just don't want you to pull the cash out far.
So how much in total directory you made over the time of running a servers a 12 year old Did you have a no not
oops thing did you hit last hang on hang on
we sit idle 10 grand it no that was the end of it. Well that's the essay right? No, the just the the net net total runny nose. Gross total gross revenue. Wow so you got you got net you want how much money went through the account? Yeah yeah definitely didn't have any accounting software but it probably would have been up to like 13 or 14 grand. That's so it's great as kids it's kids with a credit kids with their parents credit cards. Absolutely.
You're an absolute scumbag and I love it. That's why that's why you with us. When you have your you had like moderators and stuff, but definitely like their volunteers. Like you just definitely not paying them.
Late racket that saves is running unbelievable. Anyway, so that you know the question would you prefer having pubes as fingers or fingers as pubes?
Do you know how many fingers I would have?
So what would you I said? I said that I would have I would prefer pubes his fingers and Bray thought that were ridiculous. I don't want you to
use your hands. Yeah, your
there's just something so gross about washing your finger like your fingers. You know, I just like making sure that it's just revolting. Do you still have your fingers if you chose to have fingers as pubes?
fingers? No, you still have your fingers like no because they pubes. Just
brush Yeah, it's a brush. Now.
pubes his fingers Absolutely.
Also Yeah, no, no the other way around.
Yeah, yeah. I think it's on up IPS. Yeah. Yeah. I think is as pubes. Yeah. That Okay. Well, there's my bit of content today. Okay.
The other one would you rather Would you rather fight?
was the one that Sam Sam Harris Yeah, yeah. Would you rather fight a giant giant miniature horse? Or?
Or was it 10 miniature horses or giant duck? Now? Yeah, it was a die and it was like a horse sized duck. All right.
Tell us horses. Duck sized horses. That's Jesse says. Could the fingers move around freely? I could imagine the air are down now. It's like yeah, you could you could you could get to work down there. You could be you know, you controlling operator but we don't know the specific
It's funny that the the hypothetical is really fuck with me like it actually.
It's a bit distressing. What's it? What's another one? Can we pull up? A few hypothetical? Yeah. So it's fun to play along at home. hypotheticals.
It's like the
Here we go.
These are so boring. What do you wish grew in trays?
I hate your sheets had to be made of deli meats. What would what mate would you make the Hungarian salami? Ah, so you don't sleep in Hungarian salami. Ah, yeah, that it hurt. What about the fingers or let's not mix them.
I would go. You're gonna be so predictable.
It makes sense from a sheet quite dry. Yeah, you
Yeah, it's like a summary sheet. Yeah, it's a summary for winter. I'm gonna Yeah, you want that Strasburg
with that with the happy faces on it? Yeah. Sam's what else happy face
if you had a tail what tail would you want? And what would you use it for? If we had a tail?
Yeah, if I if I had a tie this isn't a wouldn't Would you rather Would you rather this really would you?
Sorry, sorry. But so to answer the question, do I want to know what would I do with it? I don't want one.
Oh, God, some of them are really doctor withdraw this the things I'm thinking of it. Why to doc?
Did you mention Well, I mean, I love that what would what would you rather quite, you know, insensitive to Sam. If they've lost their arm? Would you rather lose an arm or a leg? Which one? I've thought about this many times. Oh, what about the listener? Would you lose hearing or eyesight
It's so hard to know because we've never experienced it. But Hamish and Andy did the that experiment where
they covered one. One of them had no hearing and one of them had no sight and they had to help each other and it was Andy actually was having like,
It was almost like he was his vision, right? He did. Andy like, yeah. I mean, I heard Sam Harris was talking about his psychedelic experience, took some, some mushrooms. And he blindfolded himself, took the mushrooms and blindfolded himself, and had to be odd. It's a nice wedding. Did you say these weddings?
Because Jesse's just said, Would you rather have raging diarrhoea at a music festival? Or at your wedding?
Oh, yes, we had.
Yeah, yeah. I mean, everyone's just, you know, auction off. So
that is Music Festival.
Isn't it? That's what it Yeah. Yeah. God, what else? Is there any others on the set as well? Yeah.
I mean, they're all a bit boring. Would you rather invent a new gadget or discover a new species? God, you know?
I mean, this is where we don't have clarity on the species because what if it was just some dinosaur ACC? It was, you know, or it's just some sort of little mite. or what have we rather have dumb ganja?
Would you rather have the legs of a frog or the head of a fly?
Okay, legs of a frog. Definitely legs is a frog. Definitely have strong good. And you could hop around hot like, you get places real quick, just by hopping. That's a good one like that. And so then your mind hates and says, would you sell your Xbox to a friend at market value or matrix
It's not really but this is just a well based on you paying through your points because it technically is like you're not feeling the heat to your pocket based on just being points that you can't use anymore. Yeah, what would you do? I think you'd you'd sell it at a discount
yeah you know i mean i
don't think i've ever sold anything at what it's probably worth I just can't be fucked with the the hassle
Yeah, yeah I love it it's awesome. This is great would you would you rather have a small rocking issue always have money issues
which point you have a rocking issue once or you have mad issues for another and I always have a rockin issue always have Madden issue. I think mud
depends how big the rock is, isn't it?
This is where people just really sort of, would you rather have a route or a fullback of hair? Well, I don't have that. I've petitioned
It's just suddenly if I pluck it,
girls definitely I get I get some serious. I reckon it could grow like it would take years but I reckon it'll grow to like a full connection between realise I didn't realise how hearing my back was until I took a photo of my back after using the Shakti mat was like, Oh, this will be ready to send to me. Yeah, I was gonna send it. I was like, Ah, it's just, I couldn't see any back. It was just here. I was like, What the fuck has happened? There wasn't this. One way to look at is this is what Bree has to deal with every day. Because it's like, you know, look forward and forget because you don't see behind you. Do you they set for the direction that you view yourself.
Like, if you cut like catch a side profile of yourself, do you think that you're more attractive than what you thought
Depends on what side profile is. Like. It depends if you're getting up and do you think you have a good like do you have Do you think you have a good sense of how you look?
Yeah, I think so. I mean, I'm always looking at myself in like, on the screen and, and yeah, I think I've What is it? I think I've
I think Yeah,
I haven't I haven't shied away from taking in what I look like but yeah, the side profiles not my favourite. But you know, it's like being obsessed with pimples that you've gotten like it's all consuming as a teen like thinking about your appearance. And then when I was a stripper, thinking about that and going to the gym and all that, like if anything I don't have, I don't think like I used to when I was amongst all of that, like you said, like I'm proud of my bowtie now. And that's one
Thinking about going to the gym hard and training a lot is like, makes you mentally it made me mentally more satisfied with my body than anything like whether it was true or not. It's just like I felt better about myself
but then it's like it can go a bit too far where you just like think too much about it and you checking in too much you're looking at yourself. Have you ever had not kept training like it's it's destructive to that degree? I've said before when I train more I become more sort of
more consumed with how I look. Then when I doubt because then you just like you shutting it out on a lot of a lot of comments about outlooks. Ryan Spencer says Tommy is handsome. So always Josh I'll admit it low which I don't know if that actually counts and then
also known as Charlie says, Tommy is absolute I can't eat not too sure about Josh though dot dot dot. I did. We thought that was my best mate.
Jimmy, and then we thought it was his brother Charlie. I called Jimmy. And I said to him, I just flat out first thing I said, Are you better Ben? And I know him too. Well, it's not it's not him and he doesn't think it sees Brian. So we don't know who but observe. But I said it looks quite good today. I thought he's looking attractive. Yeah. And he's What
do you reckon? A bit job? Job? Like? I thought, it's like a bro that's about to do a marathon? Yeah, got that. naki tick up front and centre, like just peacocking with a night like, look at it. It's in frame. How's that? students? Right? Yeah.
Totally. Yeah, he looks like he's so high. Yeah, definitely. He looks like he does athletics. Something you know. Yeah. He's about to hit the lacrosse track after a quick gym. Yes, lacrosse. Yeah. Right with Colin and Sammy. Yeah.
That's it saves. What What's your favourite feature of yourself?
my favourite feature I
thought we lost audio connection
I think I like my smile
he's got good teeth. I look
I mean yeah so i mean i guess if you're going physical than me like on the topic of like all the gym stuff then it's probably like chest
good you got it
and then we'll get crisis feedback light up yeah
love it 97th best feature the red flash Luke says
Larry legit says personality and then saves anything that's just to me
Best version of these hago face I don't know what that is.
Can you look at that? So we know the heyyo is either Is it some kind of
gaming character? he go? Oh yeah, it's like an anime. Oh hey, oh is a term Japanese Japanese pornography for an exaggerated version of characters during sex typically with rolling crossed eyes.
There it is.
Hey, go. Thanks, everyone.
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TJ went on to do wait
I think the the weekend stuff is I mean flexibility is kind of nice when we can it's you know your internet was shooting itself yesterday gave me some time to work can that be hangover for? Definitely here's what I will say. Just a little bit later in the day after Friday night drinks. Thanks a lot. Yeah, maybe we could pretty fresh. What about if we do on Saturdays before the show? I do my our dance before I did do work out at 10 with Bodie one of these days and then did the show at 11 sweaty dude. It's like you feel a bit like because you've just gone for an hour sitting down and then it's it's not nice. It's not nice. I'm just saying you're feeling it what time shadow is at the moment? I'm gonna shower while not I have I had one today. No, I haven't had one today. had one last night. What about you, sir? Leaving a shower. Yeah.
As soon as I get up
you have to die that morning and now to I have Yeah, but
if you've worked out during the day you you can't go to bed. Oh, like sticky and stuff. No, I agree. But then you could also drop the morning shower if you know you're going to work out. Because why are you doing that? Like why if if you've had a shower the previous night, you should be clean in the morning. You haven't got real dirty during the night. That would warrant a shower and then go exercise and then shower again. Seriously, think about South Africa like a water problem.
I think we do
have that privilege. Yeah. This body wash.
We just have a blackest bloke. We have a boy
His name's Darren he just whatever he squirts into my hand just us. Yeah. We have a block a syphon that I blocked you you guys are sharing. Just like
your family shares a block.
Time tell me this is Is this real? Yeah, wait. Yeah, we just have a yeah that that is the reason why you having to shower twice a day because you see a block with the whole family. TJ Do you not find that disgusting? It's one block per block. It's not it's not sharing the block. No one the comfortable wearing your dad's undies because you?
That's hilarious. We get some ones on the YouTube comments about two showers a day yay or nay. And a block per family. Do you share the soap and disgrace? disagree
with you using this? Yeah, I just I think that the sharing of the soap thing. Just use I like them. I think it's called goat's milk or whatever. It's a coconut sort of smell. It's very good. But I have had Jordan saying two times a day necessary. Yeah.
Grind hay bales those rain showers
yeah Jesse says the family that shares the block together stays together. Yeah
more the banner says grind heaps I mean the guys this right there's a there's a difference between sharing a Netflix account as a family and sharing of a block of a block.
Laurie legit says showers or epic blocks can be shared. Just swish it around and your hands first swishing it around and your hands first sense. Yeah, I mean, you gotta like, you know, you use the trick with adding water and it really finds it up. Okay. Lindsay says the strain can't end until grace chimes in. Glenn says I'm gonna jump on Amazon and order some body wash what a train. We could say, grace. Grace is time dilation. Yeah, not not on. Don't share the block. Hashtag don't share the block. Can we get that shared? Can you as just a little bit of self development Could you maybe move away from
From the block.
Yeah, I mean, I gotta get I gotta get a pump in.
What's not a pot? What are you talking about? Just you just need to look up. Yeah, pump liquids? Yeah. A pump bottle of soap.
Have you ever use your amazon gift card that we gave you last year or this year? saved?
no budget? No. You also have the ones for signing up to that calendar. Service.
Yeah, no, I tried to retain that of bullshit. What do you mean? It's got Yeah, I tried to retain it's just said code wasn't valid. That's bullshit. Maybe it's for amazon.com but Grace is loving the idea of gleam sending some soap. What about that one? How about we get some of the Tingley stuff from Trader Joe's
treating Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, that was right. get any in Australia tea tree. tingle tingle. glinted link, send it going
It was a it was a Trader Joe's item like it was their home brand. So anyway, Glenn said like Tommy's pump question no not like
me got no pump no more. I think we're dead throw it out actually. I'm gonna call dad today and ask him if he's trying to if he threw out my pump Okay, well we need to work out I liked the idea of a currently unavailable the tea tree tingle that was a really good product Ryan Spencer says hashtag don't share the block.
It definitely I know it's work Glen it's definitely worth checking out that the body wash there was a really good YouTube doc Oh, I think it's a CNBC does really good documentaries of different businesses. And so it's like how subway expanded or and there was a whole one on Trader Joe's and how they pick products and their whole business which was really interesting.
worth checking out anyway, to daily talk show tomorrow.
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