#878 – I Get It/
- October 10, 2020
We chat about gronk moves in the toilet, parenthood, the problem with seagulls and magpies, Amazon recommendations for Grace, Grace’s biggest learnings since moving to Melbourne, PE and the beep test.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Grace’s clarifications
- Gronk moves in the toilet
- Seagulls and magpie issues
- Amazon recommendations
- Justin Bieber’s Holy
- Grace’s biggest learning
- Foxtel and news
- KFC and Chicken tits
- PE and the beep test
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Josh Janssen: [00:00:00] it's the daily talk show episode 878.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:08] It's Weekend Banter, grace, Paris and GB.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:13] Welcome. Welcome already laughing
George Martin: [00:00:17] guys. That was a great pre show banter. . Yeah, maybe,
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:22] but for the shark show is, is what we say.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:26] Uh, so grace, uh, congratulations, six months, uh, this weekend with the 97, which is very exciting since
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:37] meeting him or six 26 weeks since sorry, six months,
Josh Janssen: [00:00:42] months,
Grace Peris: [00:00:43] six months since, um, we kind of made it official
Josh Janssen: [00:00:47] that
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:47] were
Grace Peris: [00:00:48] girlfriend.
George Martin: [00:00:50] And then how long after that then did you move over here?
Grace Peris: [00:00:54] I think it was two and a half
Josh Janssen: [00:00:55] months.
Grace Peris: [00:00:56] Then I moved over. I was actually thinking about this the other day. How strange is it though? Like haven't met the guy and just moved over to Melbourne. I was like friends probably think I'm such a weirdo or something like that.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:07] Well, I wasn't going to say it, but thanks for bringing that up.
Grace Peris: [00:01:11] You guys might over here.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:13] Absolutely. Don't think there was a bunch of things in life where. You like to think about them, like you're saying is when it could be seen as a bit weird. There's so many things we do though. But if you, cause if you zoomed out, you're like what weird behind.
I mean, even what we do with the podcast, like it's all just a bit weird. Everything's a bit weird. I love a weird life.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:33] Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:35] I mean, I'm drinking from bodies' little sippy
Josh Janssen: [00:01:37] cup, right? It looks like a chocolate syrup. What are you drinking?
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:41] This is just, um, his little bottle away. I don't have like a capsule.
It'd be the night. Like I see the point of sippy caps though. Sometimes I fill out birdies and just sack a letter,
Josh Janssen: [00:01:51] talking about sippy cups. I straight away go to a feel like the U S and having big sippy caps. And I go to the big takeaway, like the big gulps, you know, like the big cup holders. Gross. Do you have a favorite fast food?
Grace Peris: [00:02:07] Mmm.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:10] Yeah, good.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:11] Well
Grace Peris: [00:02:11] done. I love Nando's. Um, and I probably had it for the first time in four months, a couple of weeks ago, and I was so excited.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:19] That's when you deliver the landlords loaded chips, right. We've just lifted you up for some points for saves. I know I didn't assault it tonight.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:36] what's the, um, what's it. So services, obviously here every weekend banter he's had it. He's got a lot on, so we thought we'd give him a little bit of a break from the show so he can keep editing. Uh, what, what has he said on air or things that he's sort of expressed that you were sort of yelling at the screen that you would like to clap?
Is there anything,
Grace Peris: [00:02:58] um, it was about the, when you brought up about his kind of suit and his clothes and things like that. I think I clarified it on hump day, but it was, yeah. I wasn't asking for him to change his clothes. I was just like, Oh, those pants look cool. And then he was like, Oh yeah, I need another pair.
So we started looking. Um, what else? Yeah. So you don't dress him. No, I just dress him. Right. So, and you can tell sometimes that I don't, um, need to get them a new white tee shirt though, because he's got that
well, he just won't by himself. So I'll have to do that. What else? I don't. I think most things he says are quite true, but he does like to exaggerate a few things every now and then I'm sure he's told some stories off air that's like, he's exaggerated about me, but that's all right.
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:49] Well, if we're sort of having housemate gripes, cause you your housemates with him now, as well as boyfriend, girlfriend birdie.
Right? I went down, I went to the toilet the other day. Sat down bit, dark sat, straight down, pull me pants down. Wasn't even doing number two. Just wanted to sit down a bit lazy. As I, as I got some more
Josh Janssen: [00:04:12] work, to be honest,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:14] that's comfortable. Squatting Blake sits down. I've heard him talking about sitting down easy,
Josh Janssen: [00:04:19] comfy, real cutting.
Andy Lee does as well. Like I think maybe it's
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:23] the great sit down, man. Get on board. Get on board.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:26] I think he had some surgery they spoken about on his. Well a what'd you call it and I, the other day, a cockeye him, because
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:35] he had a growth in his arm. It doesn't mean he's gone. That's what he said. He said, Jason, Peter, um, I think he's doing well now.
Eh, we didn't chat about it on our show, uh, as I set up. So as I. Stood up to leave as soon as yeah, my bum cheek had left the toilet seat. That's when the air hit my bomb and I felt my ass shakes were saturated. Birdie's gone in, pissed on the seat, like an absolute Gronk, and I've just gone straight in set straight down onto the wit seat.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:17] It's annoying. There is something that you don't want that. Don't you think there's a, he's
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:24] three, if anyone's wondering, but this division, all I had to sign is
Josh Janssen: [00:05:29] three. I mean, it reminds me of, I feel like there's probably three times in my life. It's very, very rare. I think I've really dialed it in since, but when have you ever had to, uh, you're in the shower?
And then decide that you need to go to the toilet. Like it's only happened maybe three times in my life, but that feeling of being soaking wet and then having to do a shit, is that some of the worst feeling that's I reckon, I think it's worse than shooting.
Grace Peris: [00:05:57] You try and drive it. You don't get, and it's still voiced.
Josh Janssen: [00:06:01] It's not great. Is it?
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:02] I literally have lifted. bodies' the kind of guy, cause it's real charred like behavior, but we've all done it. I grabbed him cause he's like, I gotta do it. And then I grabbed him and I bring him and I like hold him. And he was like slippery. And then I put him back straight in.
Josh Janssen: [00:06:17] It's hilarious.
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:18] Yeah. It's it's it's more. Yeah. It's as at all, it's just, you know, it's more of a like, Oh no.
Josh Janssen: [00:06:26] Yeah, it's not ideal. I mean, even things like, uh, growing up when I was a kid, the, uh, knowing that you needed to way before you were going on a road trip, like, it didn't matter how much, you know, my mom drilled it into me.
Like go pee, like do it now. So you don't have to do something. I don't need to go now. And you'd be okay. 30 seconds in. You're like, Oh shit, I could do it where you're at now.
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:50] How long if there was no education around toilet training, would you pick it up? Do you think? Cause what you're talking about, your mom that's, that's literally her continuing her toilet training with her 14 year old son.
I can imagine.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:07] Yeah. 14.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:08] Yeah. Um, yeah, but when do you think you would actually work it out? If there was no. Well, it's like dropping a child into, if I barely was born in Australia, you drop him in Pakistan. He'll start speaking the language by just being by just proxy being there. He'll be, he'll be, isn't that fucking crazy where you're born is the language you speak.
It's just, even if you're not, you don't go to school, there would be, you'd be picking up from surroundings. It's
Josh Janssen: [00:07:40] it's like a wild duck. You notice that you always see probably once every five years and use story of someone that grew up with dogs, wild dogs, and they bark and stuff.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:49] Wild ones like a Bali style, like with it.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:53] Like if you've seen that, where it's, where it's like, yeah. They learn how to bark and they learn how to do all that. Like I've even seen where it was. Like, there was a guy who lived on a farm and he could do all the animal sounds.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:03] Yeah. Yeah. Is that Dan Macy's video that guy, man, that guy, but he's you, what you're talking about is like really being one with the animals.
It's like. Your situation has caused you to create some connection because you haven't had the friends to play with the next minute. You're best friends with a pig.
Josh Janssen: [00:08:20] Yeah. And I get it.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:22] It's it is bizarre. The connection there. I mean, are you, uh, do you feel you're connected to animals, Josh?
Josh Janssen: [00:08:30] Uh, no, not really.
To be honest, uh, like I know that's an unpopular opinion, isn't it?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:37] I mean, um, You see?
Josh Janssen: [00:08:43] Well, I just think,
I think, yeah, I think it would have to be my pet. It would be, have to be very specific. But even like, when we've spoken to Jess about kids, she's like, Oh, I'm not really sort of maternal or whatever. But I reckon if I had my kid, like, it would be different. Is that really something you want to risk though?
Like, if you're just hoping if you're not really that into kids, but you think that potentially if I have a kid I'll like them, I think
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:18] you'd be, I think there'd be. Generally speaking very much a generalization, but the people who are into having kids, I reckon there'd be more people that have a kid thinking they're going to be into having a kid and then realize, fuck, maybe I wasn't the person I thought I was going to be.
There's probably more people surprised by. The primitive release of whatever happens in that process. Like Jess saying, I don't know about the kid thing. Um, she actually talks about them next week, too much. Tell the episode that earlier she wasn't as much, uh, maternal, but now the thoughts are moving more that way.
And so, yeah, I mean, look at the, all the people look at the, all the humans in the world though. People that probably have had kids when they haven't wanted. And then all of a sudden it's their role. I mean, it's hard. It's not really, it's not, it's a weird thing to just be like, I want to do it. I guess that is clarity with grace.
What do you think? I mean, we're not the ones going to a carrier that can even has the ability. We're all, you know, loses that
Josh Janssen: [00:10:28] except you. You're the only one out of us here.
Grace Peris: [00:10:30] Yeah. I dunno, I think it's, yeah, I guess like what you were saying, it's a weird, okay. To want without having experienced it. But, and I don't know if it's like a society thing of like, because like, for me, like I want kids.
And I think I'd be a good mother, but I haven't had, I don't know if I would be so, yeah. I don't know. I could have kids and then be about going, Oh my God, this isn't what I wanted. Um, so yeah, I don't know. It's a weird thing. And maybe it's society saying women should have kids, so maybe that's, that's kind of playing on my mind subconsciously or, but yeah, I'm not really sure.
Josh Janssen: [00:11:08] What's the filter. What's the filter that you use in regards to, I want kids. Who's your
little SWOT analysis for us.
What do you mean? So what's the, so for instance, you say like, I want to have get, like, I want to be, I want to be a mom. And so if you think about it, it's like, okay, uh, is it the. You know, family holidays. Is it the like cleaning shit off the toilet bowl is that you've got the couch. Yeah. You just need to take me for that one, but the, um, yeah.
W what is it that you are drawn to? I think it's
Grace Peris: [00:11:48] the kind of the family, just the being together. The family, you know, having, you know, you can ha you can get the, go on the family holidays and enjoy those times together. The same, these humans grow up and figure out what they want to do and, and try different sports and, you know, or whatever it is.
I think that that'd be amazing. Yeah, I'm just watching these little humans graph and say saying what they gravitate towards. I think it would be awesome and nurturing them and, you know, helping them figure out who they are.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:23] I think it's, it's, uh, there's enough in far for everybody to grasp what the benefits are.
So just when you say the filter thing, it's like, there's enough information to know that you love your child. You should it's
Josh Janssen: [00:12:36] usually
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:37] happens and caring for somebody in the joy, like all those things. And so, yeah, I think probably most people understand that. And then you're, you're, you're a person that has reconciled with that, or that's not the focus points you're looking differently.
It is an interesting, there's just like so many different perspectives. George, would you want to be a dad? I haven't, I haven't thought about you as a dad because I see you keyed with a it's pretty great. Looks like you just drank
Josh Janssen: [00:13:02] chocolate milk and you've got it.
George Martin: [00:13:06] Yeah, definitely. I would love that. I don't know when, like maybe in the next five years.
How old are you, mate? That'd make me 31 and 33.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:19] Yeah. Yeah. Do you speak about it as a couple?
George Martin: [00:13:23] Yeah. Yeah, we do. Like, but it's not, we're not like it's, it's in the future for sure. We're not, we're not going to do it now.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:32] You say, do eat.
George Martin: [00:13:36] Yeah. Um, I don't know. Maybe. Well, apparently the, the median. Median age for women now is 35.
Grace Peris: [00:13:47] It's older.
George Martin: [00:13:48] Um, so you know, there's no, there's no rush. There's no pressure. Um, and yeah, uh, yeah, in the future, for sure.
Grace Peris: [00:13:58] That'd be great. Cause women can have careers now and that's why it's being pushed back.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:02] Yeah.
Yeah. Right. Well, I don't, I don't see anything wrong with that then maybe the population will be slightly lesser based on. Having kids at 35 means if you're wanting three or four, there's a lot of you're pregnant for six years straight. It's it'd be tough. So then, yeah, I mean, makes sense. Are you an only child, grace?
Grace Peris: [00:14:25] No, I've got an older brother. I just think he, mum, mum had me when she was 46
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:31] and that's our parents 20 something 30 for me. I'll just fuck long time ago.
Grace Peris: [00:14:37] So old, like older parents, isn't like a taboo thing or I have a familiar, like my cousin he's he's my auntie had him at 41. So yeah. I don't see that, you know, people always, like, I know people want to be younger, young mums and young parents and things like that, but yeah, with the way the world is now allowing women to have careers, I think it's great.
That were accepting of older parents. So yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:06] Sorry, a breeze. Just trying to ask me if I want subway for lunch. And she's like, I found the side. It's very, very distracting. I think I'm fine. I'll just have dinner there using the index cards. Grace's high, but it's a, it's very hard to have a conversation when you think I need one.
I'll have a toy and herb and cheese. A six inch, just a six inch. Thank you. If what's in it veggies a lot with all the, all the salads inclusion. Yeah. Which is the bit that you forgot last time, TJ, remember that was breezy. Make sure it's the orange juice. Cause there's, it's a bit of confusion
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:41] for a guy that didn't really want it.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:43] well. If we're going to do it, let's not fuck it up. You know, let's go for. Yes. Yeah. It's the old English one bill.
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:50] I think he sources
Josh Janssen: [00:15:52] Chipola, which used to be called Southwest, but they're just a little read bank brand. I think about 10 years ago.
It was a while ago. Last month. Pain's favorite. Have you ever heard of the Jeanine's favorite?
Grace Peris: [00:16:07] No, never. It's like grilled. You guys told me about the mighty Melbourne from grilled. And I was like, what is the mighty Melbourne? And there's not an, I don't think there's a Perth equivalent.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:17] Janine's favorite Janine Alice's favorite smoothie at boost.
You can't get it anymore. I've got a theory. The reason they stopped doing it was because like, it was li like illegal to have it on the menu. Cause it was too many calories. Cause it's just like very tasty. Um, yeah, or maybe it was costing them too much, but you can, I love that sort of off the menu thing and say, Hey,
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:41] did you get it delivered?
Josh Janssen: [00:16:43] No, no, no, no. We just said, we went to a, when we did one of our big walks Flinders street station. Ah, and they've got the boost just out there.
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:52] Yeah. I mean, they're all in like a lot of the mirror in shopping centers, it sounds like, fuck they closed.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:58] Yeah. Yeah. It felt great. We went along sort of South bank being able to have the much going on down there and not much at all.
Now there was C goals. A lot more dangerous in the CBD, real nasty, nasty, loving their beaks. Like they're like gray, they're like a dark gray, like, like I was, he seemed like I, it was good cause I had my mask on. So no one knew it was maybe I wasn't,
as I'm not drinking my boost, but what's your, um, so you're gonna have story grace.
Grace Peris: [00:17:33] Uh, they're just so vicious. I was attacked twice in the UK last year, so I was in a sport and I'd just gone and got some donuts with a friend. Oh, walking
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:43] or walking?
Grace Peris: [00:17:46] What? Donor?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:47] No, I'm pretending I'm a, I'm pretending I'm a C gal.
I'll put it in and see,
Josh Janssen: [00:17:54] okay. You want the donuts on your own tiny black friends.
Grace Peris: [00:17:58] We'd gotten these like these. Darn it she had raved about, so we went and got them and we're walking along the pier and all of a sudden this, see I was coming from behind just attacking me
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:06] and I'm fucking in my place. You're on my bloody pit.
Grace Peris: [00:18:09] I'm underground, like a hunched over my donut. Protecting them in a ballpark. Yeah. Laughing around me. There's like school kids laughing around me. We show it off.
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:18] We call it
Josh Janssen: [00:18:19] pathetic. I love that. You've really answered them.
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:28] she made the same mistakes.
Grace Peris: [00:18:30] And then we started walking again and it came back and his old man, like, like had his, um, walking stick. I was like showing it off to make it out. Cause I was on the ground. It's getting fully attacked, but see, that's my safe story. That's why I don't lock them yet. I was protecting the doughnuts and also my face,
Josh Janssen: [00:18:46] actually I saw coming out, I saw a main, which was a tweet, like it was a screen grab video tweet, and it said
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:56] it's real slimy at that point.
Isn't it duty when you face someone's like
Josh Janssen: [00:18:59] screenshots it's
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:01] strain recorded a tick tock.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:02] Yeah, it has that vibe. And so anyway, it was. Uh, it said something like my son being attacked, attacked by an Eagle or something. I watched the video and it was a magpie. And so I straight away was like, Oh, okay. Yeah, this is a main page wanting to post this video.
And they're trying to like give it some context. But like if
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:24] the kid on the scooter,
Josh Janssen: [00:19:30] he's the guy filming it young 12 year old, like
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:35] Creamy's lung Jack.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:38] Hey Dan, under each Navy scooter, I get real like, cause I saw a photo of a kid that had a bloodied hade from a magpie. Cause I think I'll get real. Fucking nasty. Like if a magpie came for me, I would physically attack it. That swiping. Yeah.
I'll just start a fucking, just doing this with my hands. Just trying to like grab it. Um, I could in the suburbs where you are grace, are you dealing with it being spring now you're dealing with any sort of magpie issues.
Grace Peris: [00:20:11] Yeah, I got swept the other day. When I went for a walk,
Josh Janssen: [00:20:16] my
Grace Peris: [00:20:16] friends being like, I'm not the reason to love Melvin
Josh Janssen: [00:20:19] getting sweet.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:20] You know what again? It's like, so we've got pet magpies now in our bag. Becca, Maggie. Birdie sees him. I love you, Maggie. And
Josh Janssen: [00:20:31] Jason said you regret that by the way. He literally said after that shows like ours, watching T J is going to regret fading those magnets.
Grace Peris: [00:20:38] Well, and I think Jim's also got a magpie friend as well now.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:42] Yeah, but he he's the point. He's the kicker of the story. I feel like I'm at one with magpies. Like I feel like I understand magpies now. Like I haven't been through it. I've been walking, I've been putting in the steps, guys. I've seen some and they just look at me. All right. Given the fact that there's the same rumors spread the dimer.
I'm all right. Good guy.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:02] I'm a good guy, right?
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:06] They'll work it out soon, but it'll be after the
Josh Janssen: [00:21:08] spinoff. The spring.
George Martin: [00:21:10] Yeah. They recognize people's faces. So then they spread the word to their mates and they say, don't don't sweep. This one. Is
Josh Janssen: [00:21:15] that true?
George Martin: [00:21:17] Well, the first bit is for sure
Josh Janssen: [00:21:19] which bit
George Martin: [00:21:19] they do recognize people's
Josh Janssen: [00:21:20] faces.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:21] Yeah. These ones are kind of Swope me that I'm feeding them messy monkeys and porridge out the back window. It's um, So it's yeah, it's being at one with animals as much as sometimes they shoot me.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:35] No, get, no, I get it.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:37] The relationship is definitely on my
Josh Janssen: [00:21:39] terms. I'm going to try and stop saying I get it by the way.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:45] I hadn't picked it up. I got it.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:50] You were saying that when I say I get it, potentially, I'm not listening.
Grace Peris: [00:21:56] Yeah. It's cause when you're doing two things, which I get can be hard sometimes when you're focusing on
Josh Janssen: [00:22:05] I actually get like, what's he going through?
Grace Peris: [00:22:08] I get it. I get it, Josh. Um, yeah, when you're doing like two things at once and you're really focusing and someone's talking, you can kind of hear them, but you're not really listening. At least you respond to because Mason doesn't
Josh Janssen: [00:22:21] respond. All right. This is interesting.
So. Uh, it's been a while since you've, you've been on, can you give us a run through how are things, how are you feeling? How are you feeling being in Melbourne? What's the, rather than having to explain to your mates NWA, you can just send this video to them. How's everything going?
Grace Peris: [00:22:42] Um, relationship wise, everything's going great.
I mean, I love Mason and I mean, he's so understanding of the situation. Me being here, not really doing anything and seeing friends. Yeah. He just plays that Arabic. I get it, I guess. Um, but honestly I haven't been doing too well. Um, just because I'm, I'm someone who's used to being quite busy and doing a lot of things and like seeing people and.
Josh Janssen: [00:23:15] Famously a lot of friends. Like we are one of the, I don't know if we ever spoke about him, there was like 20, like you would hang out. You'd go out on a Saturday night and you would have 20 friends. And that's, that's too many come home with 600. So how many have you lost? Three COVID
Grace Peris: [00:23:39] no, I think, yeah, they're, they're also my friends. It's just because we're in different States and different situations, like they're going to work or going to uni. Um, I would go out on a Saturday night, go to coffee, blah, blah, blah. I'm kind of stuck here. Not able to do any of that. So, um, you haven't been doing too well, but you know, I mean, it's the situation and just going to allow yourself to feel it, I guess, and, and get through it.
And I mean, you know, speaking to the doctor and speaking to the psych and things like that is helping and, um, yeah, I guess just gotta. Try and remain as positive as possible.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:17] Well, I mean, there's just the reality that it's a bit fucked at the moment. Anything, everything, at least at this point is going to be on the way back up, please.
Grace Peris: [00:24:27] I know I was speaking to mom yesterday and I was just like, it's just the situation. And I can't do anything about it at the moment. I mean, she wants me to come home, but that's probably not going to happen. Um, But yeah, just, just realizing that the situation and locked down is so horrible. It's just, it's the worst.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:45] So yeah, I was just going to say it doesn't make it easier when it's like Amy with friends in Sydney might look at this. If there's ever a moment to consider Sydney, it's now it's like, everyone's doing the promo job on their state. That's not locked down. It's like we get it. You know? So I could imagine the feeling of having a comparison for me.
My comparison is, yeah. This is Melbourne. This is where I've lived.
Grace Peris: [00:25:09] George was saying like, he wants to get back to Byron for Christmas to see his family. And like, my brother's getting married in January next year. And that's my biggest concern. Like what if I can't get back to, you know, be there for, at his wedding.
It just it's like that thought makes me so upset. So,
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:25] Hmm. You got you, you would freeze. I mean, you you're quite petite. I reckon we could you send a little bit, your home
Josh Janssen: [00:25:34] post little bags back the Tate on the show, but
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:39] what's wrong with the tape?
Josh Janssen: [00:25:40] I dunno.
Do you think JB petite? What do you mean?
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:47] Yeah, sorry. Yeah. Yeah. I will say I, I used it in the wrong context, attractively.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:55] I
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:55] mean, I stand by it. I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna ignore the fact that.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:59] You bet, but I shouldn't have I get it TJ, what
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:08] if I called you little tiny?
Josh Janssen: [00:26:12] Yeah.
Grace Peris: [00:26:13] It's like a bit. And the other day, like when someone calls me kid, like I get it.
But it always feels like, because I am smaller than average. It's a little like, are you speaking
Josh Janssen: [00:26:27] to
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:30] actually just like the same as saying cute, but you're giving like a. You're giving you're
Josh Janssen: [00:26:35] saying you're, you're
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:36] a bit good looking as well as small.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:38] It's
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:38] like, it's actually worse. It tells me
Grace Peris: [00:26:42] no, no. That's okay. Look, I understand. It's just my brain. That's why I got eight guys too.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:47] Is it French?
Grace Peris: [00:26:49] No problem.
It sounds French
Josh Janssen: [00:26:52] cores. Like the
Grace Peris: [00:26:54] cakes. Yeah. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:56] We worked out where French kissing was from the other day.
Josh Janssen: [00:27:00] So where does potato from
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:01] borrowed from French petite, feminine of petite, small and little so P P T I T is feminine, feminine of pitied, French.
Josh Janssen: [00:27:17] A lot of shit talk, talk. And so anyway, uh, you're you're in Melbourne.
Uh, Well, the thing is it's storage place.
George Martin: [00:27:31] I've got a lot of empathy and grace, because it's like, you're not just in lockdown in Melbourne, like way out,
Grace Peris: [00:27:39] how are you going?
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:41] Yeah.
George Martin: [00:27:41] But we've got, you know, we're settled and we've got like work and that sort of thing, but you've actually moved over here to start something new and like, Yeah, do all this stuff and then you've just been locked into a room. So that's
Grace Peris: [00:27:54] that's right. Yeah. And I think that's, that's the thing like, um, that's like when mum was saying come home and like figure things out, back home, it's like, well, I moved over here to yes.
To get things sorted and to kind of start the next chapter of life and, you know, make this my new home. And so I kinda just have to ride it out and you take the good with the bad,
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:15] I mean, is there a point where we have to blame this on Dan Andrews?
Josh Janssen: [00:28:17] Isn't there now?
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:20] I feel like Nancy time to stop. I'm going to say
Josh Janssen: [00:28:26] yes.
Grace Peris: [00:28:29] Yeah. It's, it's hard kind of seeing people working and I'm going, okay. Twiddling my thumbs. Like what do I do now? You know, how many, how much Netflix can I watch or. You know, things like that. So, um, But, you know, it's, it'll, it'll be over soon and hopefully I can remain sane until then.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:49] Yeah. I feel like I've got,
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:50] I was just going to give a, a recommendation to grace.
If you're getting sad of Netflix, Netflix, you got prime, Amazon
Grace Peris: [00:28:59] prime night.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:01] Jack Ryan
Josh Janssen: [00:29:02] on
Grace Peris: [00:29:09] the guy from the office?
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:10] Yes. Yes.
Grace Peris: [00:29:12] What's his name?
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:13] I can't remember his name, but it's it's it's awesome. Jack rod, I feel like it's something that vibe you'd be into is like a CIA. Operating,
Josh Janssen: [00:29:23] what does that scream Christ?
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:25] Because the movie that they're going to see at IMAX, whatever that be, it's like, it's a, that's an action field.
I feel like if you're gonna be willing to go see them,
Grace Peris: [00:29:39] Yeah. So I think you called it out last week. Josh was, this is this Mason's kind of let's go move. That'll be exciting. Yeah, he did. He started it. Do like Christopher Nolan films. Yeah. But whether we see it in. Whatever the quality is doesn't bother me.
Like, I don't understand. I don't understand.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:01] brought up the specific film
Grace Peris: [00:30:03] and even like when we watch movies, like, has it in four K to might? No, I can't
Josh Janssen: [00:30:08] tell the difference. You don't have your glasses on
George Martin: [00:30:12] recommendation for you, grace on Amazon as well. So you're gonna need to get on
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:16] Amazon. Get it. Fenty
George Martin: [00:30:21] Rihanna's um, fashion show, Josh abs.
Grace Peris: [00:30:26] I was,
Josh Janssen: [00:30:26] I did say this
Grace Peris: [00:30:27] last week, was it last week?
George Martin: [00:30:29] Potentially Fenty is Rhianna's brand and she does this big fashion show and it's like all filmed, beautifully, like kind of long shots in a big warehouse. And they got like sick dancers. Like the dancing is amazing
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:46] to her music as well.
George Martin: [00:30:48] Not different different songs.
nah, I don't think there's any random bangers, but the choreography is just
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:57] ridiculous. Oh,
George Martin: [00:31:00] the dancing, the dancing is so good. Like you would love it, John. And it's very inclusive. Lots of diverse women there and
Tommy Jackett: [00:31:09] it's
George Martin: [00:31:10] just great. It's just. Very impressive.
Josh Janssen: [00:31:13] That was actually that's good. I was watching a, um, uh, a TV show.
I forgot what it's called, but it's a, it's a show where there's a, a guy and a girl and they go to, um, houses that are Airbnb. Uh, houses and they fix them for you. Have you seen this? Or they go in and say, Oh, you're doing all of this wrong. You need to, like, we need to create something that's Instagrammable.
And they, um, it's on, uh, it's on Netflix and I'd been watching it. It was one of those, a series where, um, I just went along with, okay. I'll just like, watch it. And I cracked, uh, last night where I just said to her, I might. This is it's actually really boring. I just like it went to do some work, but it was, she said that it hurt because I'd pretended for about a whole season and she thought it was that she'd finally found a show that I loved.
But, um, I don't have any empathy for someone who can afford some sort of second holiday home that they're Airbnb and they have like tradies come in and fix it up. Like, it's like, this is outrageous. Like, yeah, I'm only getting $300 a night and it's like, it's only booked out 10 nights a month. They're like, Oh, we need to fix that.
It's like, Oh, thank you for making me richer.
Tommy Jackett: [00:32:35] I think that there's probably a bunch of that feedback. There's a show. There's a show called, um, get organized. I think it's called, uh, the home edit by the home edit, which is a Instagram account where they started, they organized shit in your house, but like they do celebrities, but they also do grocks.
And I think a lot of that consensus is the celebrity stuff is actually pretty boring. You want to get the cause? It's so unrelatable that
Josh Janssen: [00:33:01] you've got six
Tommy Jackett: [00:33:02] walking cupboards. Yeah, unless
Grace Peris: [00:33:09] they, Oh, sorry you go. Alright. I've reached with the sprint. They organize her like memorabilia and you're like, wow.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:18] Like
Grace Peris: [00:33:20] daily talk
Josh Janssen: [00:33:21] shop. Yeah, we could get, do you want a trophy? We can get you a George does trophies for people. Do you wanna try it?
George Martin: [00:33:29] You can try. They're not, they're not cheap. Yeah, I can do that.
It's like Justin Bieber song, Holly, which is Mason's favorite song.
Tommy Jackett: [00:33:37] Holy Holy, Holy Holy film. Clearly I don't.
George Martin: [00:33:40] Didn't know about it.
Grace Peris: [00:33:42] I liked it.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:43] I also didn't like yummy con where he's just like, literally just at a table and the camera just moves around me.
Grace Peris: [00:33:51] Holly's a great song though.
George Martin: [00:33:53] I get the message.
He's trying to say like it's about COVID shutting down industry. Yeah. Okay. So he's, so he's playing this like oil worker and he's like covered in grit and he's like, and basically the boss comes out and says, guys, Sorry with what's happening in the world. We're going to have to shut this whole place down.
And it's like really sad. All these people out, working hard for their money. And I'm just like
Tommy Jackett: [00:34:16] Justin, like,
Josh Janssen: [00:34:17] dude,
Tommy Jackett: [00:34:18] you're a
George Martin: [00:34:19] billionaire.
Tommy Jackett: [00:34:20] Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:34:24] Yeah.
George Martin: [00:34:24] For the rest of the film clip is covered in oil and he gets picked up by this drive up and says, Where are you guys off to? We don't know, like we're homeless, basically jump in the car and I'll take you to a hot meal and they get in the car and then the guy drives them to his house. And they're sitting at the dinner table eating this meal, and Justin's just steel in his oily oil outfit.
And he's got like dirt all over him. He's like, Hey, have a shower, a
Josh Janssen: [00:34:47] poser.
George Martin: [00:34:49] Just couldn't it just, wasn't very believable.
Josh Janssen: [00:34:54] Yeah. Is it a good, you say the name? I don't know,
Tommy Jackett: [00:35:00] centered around the, the Christianity stuff. Like it's about this guy who pulled the book out much. We go into this, the guy who falls over is like someone in the military and he's got a lot of love for people doing it tough and the community and like, he's that song is.
It's a Christian song. He's basically moving into Christian music. And so it's about that community vibe that love giving back. But, um,
Josh Janssen: [00:35:24] he's got,
Tommy Jackett: [00:35:26] he's got 600 million bucks.
George Martin: [00:35:29] Yeah. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:35:31] Grace, what's the biggest thing you've learned about yourself in the last six months.
Grace Peris: [00:35:36] Um, Oh, this is a hard world. I feel like I haven't learned anything.
Josh Janssen: [00:35:41] think, yeah. You had like, you've had heaps of growth, don't you think?
Grace Peris: [00:35:45] Oh, I don't know if you'd call it growth. Maybe just like realizations of things that may be being in Perth and being so comfortable. I wasn't aware of. Um, and like it's mainly sent around like mental health and things like that, that I really need to actually take it.
Like I was saying to psych and stuff back in Perth, because life was pretty chill and easy. And I had my friends and stuff there that I probably wasn't taking it as seriously as I should have. And so being here and like being in lockdown, it's like, well, I've got to, I've got to constantly work at my mental health.
Josh Janssen: [00:36:21] what does working at me?
Grace Peris: [00:36:23] I think, um, for a long time it was kind of, I thought you just go to a psych and do what they say, and then you get better. But I think for me, and I thought that, and some people that might be the way for some people, but for me, I think constant, like with the constant changes and especially, yeah.
Whilst I'm experiencing a lot of change at the moment. I've got to make sure that, you know, every day I kind of wake up and I have a little routine that I know that I'm going to achieve for them die. And if I, if for whatever reason I'm feeling down that diet kind of going okay, well, today's not going to be a good day and that's okay.
I think it's like kind of what everyone is saying. Just realizing that mental health is so important and, and covert and locked down. Yeah. Has really shown that to people. And I was speaking with a friend and we will buy she's a psych student and she was moved by saying like, we hope that after this mental health is really taken seriously and that, you know, the conversation is.
Is continued after this, not just while we're in lockdown. So I think
Tommy Jackett: [00:37:23] it's just around with your thoughts, having the time to sit with your thoughts, and then it's like some people who get into meditation or mindfulness, actually it outlines the challenge of your mental health. Once you start observing it.
And so that's like Cove, it's forced people into their homes to then. Toodle their thumbs, which is like, it can put, turn you inwards a bit when you start doing that. Cause you're like, Oh shit, what the fuck is up with me?
Grace Peris: [00:37:52] Yeah. And you, and you go, why am I having all these thoughts? And that's for me, like having, having so much time to myself to think isn't a good thing for me.
Josh Janssen: [00:38:13] Yeah, it's easy. It's pretty like they should do that. They should do the mental health plan. Prime,
Tommy Jackett: [00:38:19] Amazon prime subscription.
Josh Janssen: [00:38:22] Yeah. You on binge as well, like, cause you were saving beans. You never got it. I never got, there was so much hype around binge for you.
Grace Peris: [00:38:31] I know there was, I think,
Tommy Jackett: [00:38:34] was it all the influencers doing their ads?
Josh Janssen: [00:38:36] Probably.
Grace Peris: [00:38:37] Yeah, I was influenced, I don't know. I actually, I was going to get it. And then I think I came over here and Mason's quite strict with money, so he's like, Oh, you don't need her. I was like, I get it. Then
Josh Janssen: [00:38:50] the binge is owned by, um, Foxtel. I think isn't it. But it just reminds me. I was speaking to my brother, Jake.
Yesterday. And he was saying, Oh, you gonna love the call? Uh, uh, dad called up at Foxtel to cancel and he's got this real thing about speaking to someone in Australia and he, he wasn't getting it. And so, um, anyway, he ended up hanging up and he used to try to find a number like a Sydney number to call. And Jake said that my dad said they don't know who they're messing with, which I like the idea that Richard Janssen's going to scare Foxtel in, in some form of way
Tommy Jackett: [00:39:30] quickly Richard.
Josh Janssen: [00:39:31] mindfully got my password.
No, but just quickly on the Foxtel thing, I'm trying to work out a way to. Uh, watch all of the news, like you're singing ends and stuff. Does anyone have a good solution where it's not going to cost me that much, but I can have it just on an absorbable that sort of terrible things. I just want it to just sort of sit in my brain.
No, I just liked there was something sort of, um, when I, when Brie and I would travel, anytime we were at a hotel. I would put on like the CNN international or whatever, and just like, whatever was happening there
Tommy Jackett: [00:40:15] Oh,
Josh Janssen: [00:40:15] what was that? Jamie,
George Martin: [00:40:16] can you, can you get a VPN or something? Is it like a frail,
Josh Janssen: [00:40:19] there's nothing that simple, like I was thinking maybe there's a small, like, plan, like something that we fetch or something like, what do you think a reasonable amount to pay use?
A month to be able to have none. Okay. Cause all I'm finding, I expect like 25 bucks or something's bad too months.
Grace Peris: [00:40:35] Is it worth it?
Josh Janssen: [00:40:37] Yeah. It's just, you just feel like I'm. I mean, yeah. It's like got that like holiday. Like I used to like my, my favorite thing to do was to go on holidays and then be in the hotel room, in the air con we've seen him CNN on looking up other holidays to go on.
like, let's just go out. And ah, I reckon let's go on nomad list and find where the next one is going to be on, on no medalist. You know, w where do you want to, um, uh, services saying that you guys have been looking at, uh, uh, nomad list, which is like a site, which tells you the best places in the world to live?
Uh, where are you gonna move to?
Grace Peris: [00:41:22] Oh, well, I've, I still want to move to London. That's still on the cards. So we said we'd moved to London, but then we'd also do somewhere in Europe. So maybe like Spain. Or like Italy on the Mediterranean somewhere. Um, which is odd because Mason gets sunburned very easily. So he's going to be covered up the whole time.
Yeah. Um, and also that the, he likes sand or doesn't like swimming in the ocean or something like that. So I might walk
Josh Janssen: [00:41:46] to the beach,
Tommy Jackett: [00:41:47] but anyway,
Josh Janssen: [00:41:50] are you, are you okay with. Having a boyfriend that doesn't like the beach
Grace Peris: [00:41:56] he learned to love it when he comes, when he comes to bed. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:59] Great. He'll have his new white tee shirt on.
He will do what he's told. I get it,
Grace Peris: [00:42:06] but I told him when we go to Perth, we'll go to the beach. We go for a swim every morning, then go grab breakfast or a coffee
Josh Janssen: [00:42:12] for him. Yeah. He gets mentors, tall grandkid. Like he's a, he's always saying, yeah, you'll never regret the swim.
Tommy Jackett: [00:42:21] Exactly. It's so giant till you get bitten by a shark, then you fucking it,
Josh Janssen: [00:42:25] to be honest, I would be the kind of guy to get stung by a, like a jellyfish.
Yeah. I could imagine just getting a fucking bitter vinegar, just like, just feeling like a piece of meat as they're sort of fucking like grabbing me and just fucking. Just grabbing my tits, fucking put in vinegar on my tits. There's something very funny about saying guys like referring to my, um, my chest is tits.
Grace Peris: [00:42:53] definitely.
Josh Janssen: [00:42:56] It's a funny though.
Grace Peris: [00:42:59] Well, I don't think so. If you want to refer to them
Josh Janssen: [00:43:01] as that, then
George Martin: [00:43:02] Waco, Waco, um, chicken breasts, chicken tits.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:05] She can do that cute,
George Martin: [00:43:07] just because you know what I mean? It's that, and also if you ate too much KFC that you get.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:15] Is that true from the
Tommy Jackett: [00:43:17] hormones? Or
Josh Janssen: [00:43:18] is this the brand integration?
Cause it's terrible. Say
Grace Peris: [00:43:22] how someone relates the sorry. Um, the sacred hubs and
Josh Janssen: [00:43:26] spots. That was amazing. That was amazing. It was literally someone saying just got fired from KFC. Here are the 11 herbs and spices. That was a joke. It was like,
dumb is very silly.
Tommy Jackett: [00:43:44] Alex salt.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:47] Sure. It was on there.
Grace Peris: [00:43:48] I fell for it.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:50] I mean, that's outright. Just, you need to spend, like you spent how much screen time have you got going at the moment?
Grace Peris: [00:43:56] Um, I it's down than what it used to be, because I've deleted all my social media apps from my screen and turned off, um, notifications.
Josh Janssen: [00:44:07] the way that you say, say things, like you said deleted off your screen or that like, you've just taken it from your homes home screen installed.
Grace Peris: [00:44:17] Yeah, it's still installed, but I played it off my home screen. So it's not just like a. Type in and then click on it. And I've got like the time limit on Instagram,
Josh Janssen: [00:44:27] six hours a day.
Grace Peris: [00:44:29] No, that's actually a half an hour or so. Oh,
Josh Janssen: [00:44:31] really? How often are you having to push, push through?
Grace Peris: [00:44:36] There's probably no point at thought. Um, it makes me feel like I'm doing something and I was trying to leave my phone. Like in like a, by the bed, if I've got up, um, during the day. So it's not on my desk or it's not next to me, um, or trying to keep it on the desk as opposed to near the bed to, you know, keep it away from me.
Josh Janssen: [00:44:56] Yeah. That's
Grace Peris: [00:44:58] good.
Tommy Jackett: [00:44:59] Wild ride,
Josh Janssen: [00:45:01] wild ride. This isn't a crazy, I'm just reflecting.
Grace Peris: [00:45:05] Well, I'm 2020.
Josh Janssen: [00:45:07] Yeah. Isn't that outrageous?
Grace Peris: [00:45:09] Yeah, it
Tommy Jackett: [00:45:10] is. What was that righteous? That buddy donut story on the pier.
Josh Janssen: [00:45:13] Yeah, I wasn't yet.
Tommy Jackett: [00:45:19] been good. Bang. He's gone
Josh Janssen: [00:45:20] actually this all, uh, I'll write you into a episode, a string play same day as the Sego. But I'll bring you in. I'll bring you in on the phone just to make sure that you can troll me before.
Tommy Jackett: [00:45:36] quick, quick, quick. Can I, at least you tell them I needed to go time's money fucking money's time.
Josh Janssen: [00:45:44] Oh, that's great. How do you feel about being on the phone? Like I just call you up when you're bit 10 seconds off and then you answer it same line
Tommy Jackett: [00:45:51] at least. Can you say I shat on somebody and I'm flying off and I know that, but I'm calling him. You just shed on my mind.
Josh Janssen: [00:45:58] That makes
Tommy Jackett: [00:45:58] sense. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:45:59] Yeah. Yeah.
Could you maybe, would you play someone from Foxtel overseas,
Tommy Jackett: [00:46:06] any character that you don't, you, you don't want to ever do
Josh Janssen: [00:46:09] off? That'd be good. Yeah. Okay.
Tommy Jackett: [00:46:13] Becky, Nate, every couple of episodes, please.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:15] We could do that. Grace. Thank you for coming on the podcast,
Grace Peris: [00:46:19] guys.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:20] It's the daily talk show. You can listen to grace.
She joins GB on hump day. Ray play. I always, she does. Enjoy that I love that we actually need to give you some sort of producer, uh, responsibilities. That's great. Now it's great. I love J B saying like he, with the producers really beefs out, you said
Tommy Jackett: [00:46:40] I
Grace Peris: [00:46:41] smell a ScreenFlow, but I was like,
Josh Janssen: [00:46:44] it's just like when people say, yeah, I've got a staff, you know, do you
George Martin: [00:46:47] that you'll imagine if I am, actually, if I did, the insurance said.
Tommy Jackett: [00:46:51] Yeah,
George Martin: [00:46:52] Jess and Mason here, they produced the day talk show.
Tommy Jackett: [00:46:55] Grace is not a producer. She's
George Martin: [00:46:58] nice and scale friend.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:02] That's
Grace Peris: [00:47:03] too long,
Josh Janssen: [00:47:03] too long, maybe entertainment. I mean, if, if you were to be a producer on a specific sort of area, what area would you like to produce?
Grace Peris: [00:47:12] I could do entertainment, um, sport. I like sport.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:15] That would be good. Do you want to be the producer of sport equipment? So like you can sort of help manage the sporting equipment?
Uh, I think that would be great.
George Martin: [00:47:24] And when we do our weekly, um, PA you can,
Grace Peris: [00:47:29] yeah, I could do that. I mean, I could be a good PE teacher. I've
Josh Janssen: [00:47:32] always said that. Before he said that why
Grace Peris: [00:47:36] I get it? Um, I dunno, just like I can, that'd be a fun subject to teach. Yeah.
George Martin: [00:47:42] To be honest, I didn't do as well.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:46] be the PE teacher.
That's just a weird, like, not weird that way, but we didn't just like a, Oh man, he's quite artsy, but he just like, he's, you're the one, if I was, if I, if there was the beep test. I'd be beyond a J being like, man, I fucking, I've heard something at my I've heard something. I, my tits, I can't do anything today and you'd never, that's fine.
You'll be fine. But I think your grace would be onto me. Grace.
there we go. I
George Martin: [00:48:16] can't believe they made you do the beep test at school, by the way. That's a bit rich. Isn't it?
Josh Janssen: [00:48:20] What do you mean? What'd you go to some sort of fucking like, okay.
George Martin: [00:48:26] I dunno. It's just a bit like.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:28] Rude
George Martin: [00:48:28] just a bit mean. Yeah. It's just like, see how fit let's compare. Everyone's fitness. Go on.
Grace Peris: [00:48:32] We used to have fitness tests and that would be like part of your grade.
Tommy Jackett: [00:48:36] George. You're also the guy that doesn't want anyone coming second, third or fourth. It's all
Josh Janssen: [00:48:39] your all, I mean, those stretching. I think the only one that I could have ever. Uh, one was the, um, the stress, you know, they'll do the flexibility, but even then it was just like, I was like, how hard can it be? It's just stretching over.
But there is something to it. Uh, the, I mean, I told you about the white trait in primary school. We had to, everyone had to sit, stand on the scales, and then we all got like a piece of paper, which was a leaf and would write our names and the white and that put it up on the tray, depending on. And so Dennis, Steve chicken, I.
We were Dennis and I, Dennis is actually like a bodybuilder. Now he went the other way. Um, but we were the heaviest and, uh, I was, it must be great to whatever age it was. I was, uh, 31 kilos, J Dennis and I were the only people over 30 kg. I was 31. He was 33. Sorry, I'm on the track. Isn't it crazy? How old would I bet?
Like what, how old are you? Like
Grace Peris: [00:49:44] six or seven.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:46] Does that match up from a white perspective? So we were the only ones over 30 kg. How old would be been?
Tommy Jackett: [00:49:53] Yeah, fuck. I don't know. I mean the 30 cages leg. How heavy, he's sorry. He's three years old. And he would own the way 19 to 17. Okay. In that range. Yeah. It's weird because they bulk out and then they start sort of shredding staying a similar wipe that they're getting bigger, but it's just, they're shrinking their body.
Fat's dropping. Especially when I've got him on that rush and routine, you
Josh Janssen: [00:50:22] know, pre workout. Well, right. It's a daily talk show. Thank you, grace. Thank you. J Bay, uh, enjoy your, your six month, uh, thing. Uh, maybe do some things just to warn you some
fucking look after social media. Actually, we never spoke about it. Well, the house, remember when, remember when you were at the house? And you had to do the social media. Uh, bye. Everyone. Enjoy your day. See you