#886 – Picnics & Hot Chips/
- October 18, 2020
Gemma Watts joins us for Weekend Banter with Tully and Jess! We chat about washing masks, what to bring to a picnic, moderating alcohol consumption, getting ready for Christmas and any recommendations for TV shows and movies.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Washing masks
- Picnic lists
- Dance classes
- Moderating alcohol consumption
- PR and pitch decks
- Getting ready for Christmas
- Entertainment recommendations
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Josh Janssen: [00:00:00] Yeah, it's the daily talk show episode, 886.
Gemma Watts: [00:00:08] What's happening guys. What's going on?
Josh Janssen: [00:00:12] Gemma Watts sitting in at four Tommy jacket and we're joined with an all star cast, uh, Jess Lucas and Tali Smyth from too much. Holly, how are we?
Tully Smyth: [00:00:22] I'm so good. This is a real, like good
Thank you so much. It is my 33rd birthday today, guys. Very exciting times. I've made it to 33 who would have thought it, not me.
Gemma Watts: [00:00:39] You look great. Congratulations.
Tully Smyth: [00:00:42] Thank you so much. Thanks Jim. Thanks. I was just saying that Jim looks beautifully bronzed, which I'm very jealous about. Cause I look like, I don't know at Casper the ghost and then we've got Jess who is absolutely translucent.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:54] Just, just, uh, It doesn't it doesn't pasty.
Tully Smyth: [00:01:00] It's
Gemma Watts: [00:01:00] translucent. I think if you look translucent, do you have a serious medical issue issue that would need addressing?
Jess Lucas: [00:01:07] I feel like my life washing me out a little bit.
Tully Smyth: [00:01:10] Yeah, sure. It's a lot.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:11] No, I think no, I think full of graduates. And so
Tully Smyth: [00:01:15] judge, how do you feel about being.
In a show with three girls. This has never happened before. Has it, is this a first for the daily?
Josh Janssen: [00:01:19] Yeah, this is the first time. Uh, I'm feeling
Gemma Watts: [00:01:22] good. I spent high school hanging out with the girls and doing the clapping games to win them over.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:28] Boys are cheats and liars. That's such
Tully Smyth: [00:01:30] a big
Josh Janssen: [00:01:32] thing to get a second baseball
Tully Smyth: [00:01:34] score.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:36] If you let them go all the way anyway, I'm sorry everyone already. Uh, uh, what's been going on, uh, Jim Watts, congrats on four years of, uh, global.
Gemma Watts: [00:01:45] Thank you.
Tully Smyth: [00:01:47] Yeah, it's pretty crazy.
Gemma Watts: [00:01:49] That date sneaks up every year. And it's just, yeah, I was just feeling all the feelings, which is big for me.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:58] I
Gemma Watts: [00:01:59] was like, what are they used?
Josh Janssen: [00:02:00] Something that you're more comfortable talking about. Telly, you are asking gem about, uh, Moscone. Is that what it's called? Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:02:07] So this is the thing, guys. I, um, am a tomboy. I literally was putting on eyeshadow with my finger until 2017, maybe. Really, really bad, really, really bad
Gemma Watts: [00:02:20] and stuff. No, no, no. That was only three years ago.
Tully Smyth: [00:02:24] no double major. I'm not anymore. So I often, um, DM gem and I feel bad cause it feels like you've got a friend who's a doctor or, you know, a friend who's a lawyer and you casually try and get like solicited advice from them without paying for it. Like I always feel
Josh Janssen: [00:02:43] basically.
Tully Smyth: [00:02:44] Basically. So I just like slip on in. I didn't even bother making small talk. I'm like, Hey Jim, so I've seen this thing on Instagram or about this new product. Like, is it legit? What's the deal? What's the best one. What's the, you know, the best ones for value for money. And I was just asking Jim.
Cause Moscone, obviously guys is a serious problem. He in Victoria mosques compulsory everywhere when you leave the house. And I've recently been sent to silk masks from a girlfriend of mine who is a makeup artist who has pivoted her business and is now doing silk face masks. And I was going to ask Jim, cause I've heard that they are not antibacterial, but like there's less.
Chance of getting Moscone by using a silk mosque. I'm gonna ask my PD gear, um, Gemma, whether that was legit
Gemma Watts: [00:03:30] or not. I don't want to get in trouble, but I have some thoughts on silk masks.
Tully Smyth: [00:03:35] I would love to hear them.
Gemma Watts: [00:03:37] So I'm interviewing a doctor about math me this afternoon. It's it's not. Um, so the thing, my understanding of silk, it's not my understanding of silk silk.
It's not absorbent. So that's the whole, like the beauty of a silk pillow slip is that, um, Other than like, you're not getting the friction with your hair, they market it as kind of a skincare thing, because it's not soaking up your skincare products, which is also the beauty of a silk iron mask. If you're sleeping face down on your pillow, like I do, if it's cotton, it drinks up all of your skincare products.
Whereas the silk is like, I don't want this. So given that silk is not absorbent. I just don't see how that's going to create the best environment for your skin, because the whole reason we're getting masked ne I don't love that turn of phrase, but I guess going with getting
Josh Janssen: [00:04:32] condensation on the face, essentially, you
Gemma Watts: [00:04:34] basically, you're changing your like immediate environment to one that is super, super humid.
So that's why people's rosacea is flaring up. That's why they're getting breakouts because it's basically just like a breeding ground. For bacteria, Jim, on that?
Josh Janssen: [00:04:48] Why we, we think that it was a good idea. Like, uh, boys, like teenage boys love wearing silk boxers shorts. That seems like the worst you want cotton.
Yeah. What were we doing? I guess I had the like Simpsons prints on it.
Tully Smyth: [00:05:04] No, hang on. Didn't they like slink underneath your school pants. Easy. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:07] Yeah. Yeah. But I just it's, it's a breeding ground.
Jess Lucas: [00:05:12] That what it looks like coming out of your shorts, you need it to have that big puff up the top.
Tully Smyth: [00:05:17] So what you're telling me is there is no good option when it comes to mask me in masks.
Gemma Watts: [00:05:23] Well, I mean, I was any, the more breathable, the better, but the whole point of the mask is that what you're breathing out is not escaping. So
Tully Smyth: [00:05:32] I can't do Atlanta. Don't write with a mesh mask.
Gemma Watts: [00:05:35] Oh, fuck that. No,
Tully Smyth: [00:05:38] no, that she's wearing that out and like promoting
Gemma Watts: [00:05:41] that needs, she needs to get into the band with that.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:44] How, how often are you all, um, washing your mask? Jessie, are you have you put a mask through a washing cycle yet?
Jess Lucas: [00:05:53] Yeah, I have, but I've only done it maybe once or twice. These are brand new Weezer. I was rubbing the, the medical ones for awhile and then obviously can't wash them. So I was working them for like a couple of weeks, which is naughty.
I know, but I'm
Tully Smyth: [00:06:04] okay. I was a bandana girl. So I've recently had to have to switch to an actual mask, which has been interesting because I really prefer the bandana. It was much more breathable. I know it's not probably ideal, but. Hmm,
Josh Janssen: [00:06:18] the F the fragrance of the, um, the washing detergents in issue. Like, I feel like I noticed that after washing it, it felt like I was going to have some sort of respiratory issues because it smelled great, but you don't necessarily want to be breathing.
That in Jim, have you, have you been
Gemma Watts: [00:06:35] with him? eGrants? Isn't good for the skin either. Yeah, but I've been doing a hand wash every single time I get home. Cause I'm, I'm not really going places I'm going to and from Chris's and then like for walks, but I'm doing a boiling handwash I'm using like antibacterial detergent and then there's.
Mosque sanitizer, which is like hand sanitizer. So I'm drying it in the sunshine cause the heat and the light is apparently good for it. Yeah. And then I'm splitting it with masks sanitizer. It's a whole routine, which I guess is pretty true to form for me.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:12] so does this mean any sort of, uh, lipstick, lip, balms, uh, glasses?
Are you avoiding all of them?
Gemma Watts: [00:07:20] Yeah, you just can't, you can't really do it.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:24] What about like a bomb? I think that like, there's obviously like the gloss and the little lipsticks. Does that make any sense, but just having a balm for keeping your lips moist a bomb falls
Gemma Watts: [00:07:36] under the category of skin care? I think.
Sure. But color cosmetics are just, it's not, it's not a thing that you can really do with a mask.
Tully Smyth: [00:07:45] My concern is it's been okay. Like I even now it's chilly again today when it's kind of cooler, you almost feel like the mask kind of protects your face from the wind from windchill. However, we've had a couple of really hot days and I shutter to think what it's going to be like when it gets warmer more consistently, because when it's like 29 degrees and you put a mask on your face, it's just like, Oh, the heat is kind of Skype.
Gemma Watts: [00:08:09] Yeah. I mean, I
Jess Lucas: [00:08:10] feel mum bought me one and it was literally like a duner. On my face, it was like quilted material. And it's so thick that you can't breathe in it. It's the
Gemma Watts: [00:08:21] new one. Oh, I got a new one yesterday and it's the best thing I've maybe ever owned. We were saying like, how sad is it that I got these masks?
And I was like, what a stunning mask? Like, that's not a sentence that I would have said a few months ago, but Phoebe from the blows sent them and it says, give me attention, which felt very on brand for me.
Tully Smyth: [00:08:40] That is so on brand for you. I was on a. Fast fashion website. I mentioned the name the other day and they were selling a three pace.
It was a bikini bottom, a bikini top, and a matching mosque in the same fabric as the bikini. And I was like, is this where we're at? Is this 20, 20 now? Oh my goodness. How did you buy it?
Gemma Watts: [00:08:59] Because that would be a good Instagram post. Not only would it content,
Josh Janssen: [00:09:03] I mean, it would be great for content, but also. If you think about bottoms and the breathability and what the technology that's gone into, that maybe there's something in, maybe we should be wearing sort of bikini style fabric as masks.
Tully Smyth: [00:09:17] I'm like neoprene ones, like the wetsuit material ones. But again, that seems like it'd be too thick for your face
Gemma Watts: [00:09:22] to keep the heat in. That's why a wet suit exists to keep you warm.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:25] The bikini is they're a bit different to wetsuits, like, you know, the. The material
Tully Smyth: [00:09:31] we just have, I haven't seen one in a swimsuit material yet.
I'm sure there is one. I mean, if I still want on that fast fashion website, but I thought it was more the fact that maybe the fact that it was matching the bikini, maybe we'd be more inclined to wear them on the beach. I dunno. It just, it was a. Very confronting sites in his beautiful model with this.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:51] I mean, I feel one of the problems that I'm finding is the, not to make it all about the, um, the lockdown and things like that, but the we're encouraged.
Too, um, just being Jade parks, because you can only basically take your mask off, uh, when you're eating. And so we think that drinking binge drink
Tully Smyth: [00:10:15] have a drink in my hand at all times.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:17] Also, this is the deal, like I actually said, uh, Brie and I are going to the park tonight. And she's like, we'll drive to the park.
I'm like, ah, we won't be able to drive home. So what are you planning for the park? And I'm like, Oh, well I've got some, um, what, what am I starting to drink, Jess? What are they called? Um, the babes. Yeah,
Tully Smyth: [00:10:34] an alcoholic soda. Water.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:35] Yeah. Yeah. I've got a, yeah. And so I'm going to be rocking, rocking them at the park, like the real basic bitch than I am, but what's, what's on everyone's picnic list.
If you have to bring one thing. Uh, what are you, what are you bringing to the picture? Clearly? What about a, what about any food at all? Totally
Jess Lucas: [00:10:56] chase, obviously.
Tully Smyth: [00:10:58] Sure. Cheese is good, but you have to eat the cheese really quickly. Like you can't have a leasurly picnic for a couple of hours. Cause the cheese would just sit there and get like hot and a bit melty.
Um, I like a big, big chunk of watermelon. Um, pre cut and you can just pick up the slices, um, mainly cause it makes a good Instagram photo, to be honest.
Gemma Watts: [00:11:17] Watermelon is the worst thing in the house. Oh, well,
Josh Janssen: [00:11:21] hi.
Gemma Watts: [00:11:22] I know a big day for you guys. You've probably never heard anyone say
Tully Smyth: [00:11:24] that offensive fruit, like it has it.
And I use
Josh Janssen: [00:11:30] that. You gave me Jim
Gemma Watts: [00:11:32] and skincare.
Tully Smyth: [00:11:33] Beautiful smells like Jenna one.
Gemma Watts: [00:11:36] Boy journal would be my business. You're thinking of glow recipes, but very close. Um, I just hide it. I hate watermelon and I hide salary because like, what are you? I understand that they like not offensive, but if you're going to be a fruit or a vegetable, I want you to bring something that I can't get elsewhere.
Yeah. So, well, I mean, crunchy water,
Josh Janssen: [00:11:57] the celery
Tully Smyth: [00:11:58] then Jim.
Gemma Watts: [00:11:59] Yeah, well, I will, I've become pretty good at picnicking. I take the champagne because, um, I know that I'm going to drink the most of it, and I think it's rude to expect other people to bring your alcohol. So I just bring copious amounts of things.
Bubbles. And then pastries, like little danishes and croissants and things.
Josh Janssen: [00:12:20] I'd let you go. You've been posting some great almond croissants. They're probably there, they're up there. And when it comes to quality, where are you getting your almond croissants from?
Gemma Watts: [00:12:28] Won't you, you wouldn't read about it. But the shitty Cole's near my house, which is truly the worst calls of all time.
It's not, it is not good. Whenever a new brand is announced as well coming into Kohl's. It's not there, but they have, they redid their like bakery section and they have a Laurent patisserie section where Laurent like bringing in the goods every morning. Wow. Wow magnificent.
Tully Smyth: [00:13:00] Jess, what would you bring?
Jess Lucas: [00:13:02] Jeez,
Josh Janssen: [00:13:04] just chase a soft cheese or a hard cheese that you rocking like a wheel of Brie, or are you going for sort of a sharp tasty of cheddar?
Jess Lucas: [00:13:14] Wait, going Bray. It's my favorite thing about wins.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:17] Oh yeah. Quince, quince places. Right? I feel
Tully Smyth: [00:13:20] like
Gemma Watts: [00:13:21] he has. Sorry. No, you go, well, I would just think of say cheese is harder to picnic, two cheeses
Jess Lucas: [00:13:33] or two quinces, Queens to cheese ratio needs to be right. You can't be just slithering this stuff.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:41] And so is quince.
It's just a fruit at this point. Is this what we know about Queens? So I know that it turns into a paste. I know the pace, but where is it coming from? Have we, is anyone ever asked?
Tully Smyth: [00:13:52] No idea. I'm going to Google it right now.
Jess Lucas: [00:13:55] I mean, you can get different flavors like fig and well not.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:58] Oh, really? Okay. So it's almost like a marmalade.
What is the fruit in marmalade?
Tully Smyth: [00:14:05] Quince fruit. What does it look like? It's yellow. What the hell guys are quinces yellow. This car, it looks like a little mini. This is bizarre. That is, that just blew my mind. Who would have thought
Josh Janssen: [00:14:22] Queens? I mean, we're all looking for ISO things to do. We could be making our own Queens.
Tully Smyth: [00:14:27] We cutting my hair on quince paste,
Josh Janssen: [00:14:30] looking
Gemma Watts: [00:14:30] for ISO things to do. I had such a big to do list. I signed up to masterclass in April and I still haven't yet,
Josh Janssen: [00:14:38] but it's not about actually watching it. It's just about having it, having the gym.
Gemma Watts: [00:14:42] Yeah. True. I had plans.
Tully Smyth: [00:14:45] Surely my, now you will like a professional dancer because I swear to God, I wake up every single morning or maybe it's when I go to bed.
And you, you took a dance class. I swear once a day, at least
Gemma Watts: [00:14:56] three times a week, three times a day. Um,
Tully Smyth: [00:15:01] I'm like Jim's dance. And again, what that sit today? Is it like a short time, Juan? Is it like a, like a funky one? Is it like a. Break it down straight funk. Like
Gemma Watts: [00:15:12] I made as much as I would love to hear. I love more dancers, genres.
What else is there? What are some other ones
Tully Smyth: [00:15:20] I'm going to dad's house? I actually got sick. I got invited to do a deck. One of the dance classes that Jim does, um, as part of like to be fat, the PR industry and event industry has been pretty good. Bloody amazing during this whole thing, like how they've managed to still make events happen with always wild and interesting different zoom calls and different ideas.
It's been pretty impressive. And I was invited to do one of Jim's dance classes, um, as part of an event. And I messaged Jen she's told me post about, um, I got given like a one Z to do it in. And
Josh Janssen: [00:15:51] is it a one or like a leotard?
Tully Smyth: [00:15:54] It's the new thing? It's like a, it's a one, it's a lady Todd. But like they're Cooley at hearts.
Gemma Watts: [00:16:00] I think it's technically a unitard if you will. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:04] And so what's the, so, because when you say onesy, I think of you in like a giraffe pattern, sort of like,
Tully Smyth: [00:16:11] okay. No, it's, it's, it's super cute. I was apprehensive only because I am so tall and generally jumpsuits play suits, ones. These don't fit me properly.
Exactly cameltoe city. Um, but they looked really cool with like all these like super like amazing yogis around there and companies really cool patterns of different backs. Anyway, I got one, I was excited to have one and it fit me Weedly and I felt, I feel like I could do anything. I felt like I could do it.
It's an amazing
Gemma Watts: [00:16:37] fabric. That brand,
Tully Smyth: [00:16:38] if you feel like you can do any physical activity, like I could go, um, rock climbing. I could do.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:45] How would I feel about going rock climbing in it? Like, will I feel comfortable?
Tully Smyth: [00:16:49] You just feel very supported in every way. Like your tits feel supported, you know, your butts lifted, you could do any stretch or like splits.
Anyway. Point is, is that I was offered to do one of these dance classes as part of the event in gym. So many posts about it and damned me. And I was like, I am absolutely not participating in that. Or if I do, it'll be my camera off because you just don't want to see me try and dance. It's an embarrassment, but jam you've been doing a lot of them.
Gemma Watts: [00:17:14] Yeah, well, my, my golf, I think I've talked about this already show before my I'm not being on new year's resolutions, but this year I was like, I have to go back to dancing. Cause I did it for 18 years and I've missed it. And then obviously studios closed. So Gabby who Josh knows was like, I'm just going to start teaching them online because online dance classes existed, but they can still be a bit.
Stuffy and intimidating despite being on zoom. So she was like, I just want to do something that's fun. And people do switch their cameras off. A bunch of people from the GRA Gronk squad have been doing that, which is great
Tully Smyth: [00:17:46] thing is how do you have the room for it? Cause like I don't have, I can barely find a slither of spice to put a mat down for some kind of like Keke workout.
I don't know how you find the space to like jump around and stuff.
Gemma Watts: [00:17:57] A lot of it is. This is the downside of it, but a lot of it, she would teach it. So you're kind of just like doing it sort of on the spot. And then if there's like a traveling step, she gives modifications. She's very clever.
Josh Janssen: [00:18:10] It's hard for you to tell me, cause you've got basically a commercial bar behind you.
So you've got to be careful of not knocking into that. I mean, how
Tully Smyth: [00:18:19] I've had enjoy guys, my bad enjoy.
Josh Janssen: [00:18:21] How do you, um, moderate when you have something like that, Sally, are you, uh, are you a weekday? Drinker because I'm new to drinking and has started saying, Oh, like you probably shouldn't do, do you think
Gemma Watts: [00:18:33] I said to you, I said to you, I think 12 months ago, you need to stop saying I'm new to drinking.
Josh Janssen: [00:18:41] I started when I was 28 and I'm now 30. So it's been, it's been like two years.
Gemma Watts: [00:18:46] Isn't it funny that it's after you met me? I don't
Josh Janssen: [00:18:49] know if that's a coincidence.
Tully Smyth: [00:18:50] Hang on. I got drunk with you in LA last year when
Josh Janssen: [00:18:52] he talked about exactly. That was a year ago.
Tully Smyth: [00:18:56] Both me and my housemate, Peter, we both enjoy a cocktail or two.
Um, if you look at you can't see it, but to my right here is a whole bunch of expensive red wine that's painters. I'm a huge red wine drinker. And then we have a bunch of spirits to my left, which if a cocktails. And let's see a question, Josh. I mean, are we talking normally all like during lockdown? Cause they're very different.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:20] I would like to, what were you, what were you drinking? What were your habits before lockdown and what are they
Tully Smyth: [00:19:26] now? Um, well, look, to be fair, actually in normal times, uh, as Jim can attest, we usually have a couple of events, you know, the week. So we'd, I am drinking throughout the week cause we've got events and you don't go to an event.
I can't think of a single event I've gone to where alcohol hasn't been served even the morning ones like the Yogi events. There's generally. That's some kind of alcoholic option available if you
Gemma Watts: [00:19:47] want it. If there's not, I'm not going
Tully Smyth: [00:19:50] to say, well, most people are like, Oh no, I just have a can butcher. And I'm like, no, I'll have the mimosa.
Thank you. Okay. Um, hold the orange down just as just a dash of RJ. Thanks. Um, but now, yeah, I'm probably drinking. Look, we have a big blowout once a week. My housemate and I have a big either like a boozy, um, like a Sunday lunch or like a Sunday roast and we. Guard pretty hard. Um,
Josh Janssen: [00:20:12] like playing music, like what's the vibe.
Tully Smyth: [00:20:14] Yeah. All we end up. I mean, it's, it's it's weed every week. Something weed happens last, last weekend. Um, we decided to try and master shuffling. Um, and so my housemate had a YouTube video up of how to shuffle. We were trying to learn how to shuffle, you know, living room. It's weird times the other weekend.
Um, she held a plank for six minutes. Sometimes I do squats. It gets really acrobatic. Look, it's, it's an odd time over here during lockdown, but yeah, I'm drinking quite a bit. I won't lie.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:41] And Jess you've gone the other way. You went from being an absolute animal when it came to Booz and now you haven't been drinking at all.
How are you feeling?
Jess Lucas: [00:20:51] Feeling good, but as soon as telly and I get back in the office, we're going hard again. We're moving out the afternoon so that we can drink through to that, you know, afterwards we'll go get dinner. That kind of thing.
Tully Smyth: [00:21:03] Yeah. I can't wait.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:05] There is something about a pastor and alcohol, like one of my favorite things.
To do is drink and then ate pasta too quickly. Like there is something about it where it's, it's almost like your final meal. Anyone else eating? Like, that's just me just smashing Yaki, like it's, um,
Gemma Watts: [00:21:27] I will smash and yucky at any time of any day. Cause it's my favorite thing in the whole world, but I don't specifically crave it after drinking.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:34] No, I
Tully Smyth: [00:21:35] just, I generally drink with most meals. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:39] Yeah, sure. But what are you crave? Are there certain foods? Unfortunately, Dan Murphy's have a, um, has, should I say there Jess has or have, has, has, has Dan Murphy's has fuck it doesn't sound right, but I'll go with it at Dan Murphy's has.
Jess Lucas: [00:21:57] Explain this whole thing you haven't told anyone.
Gemma Watts: [00:22:00] I know it's been, you've discussed it on the podcast during the week.
Jess Lucas: [00:22:03] He didn't say why, what the reason was
Josh Janssen: [00:22:06] we've got. So what's the reason. Yeah. So corporate singular. So the, uh, Apple. Is rather than Apple. Ah, yeah. And so I always think about these things as like the entity. I don't think of them as a single entity.
I think of them as all of the people working in Apple. So I'm always like, Oh yeah, Apple are developing this new thing. And so Jess, uh, brought it up with me saying that, uh, our whole team is saying the wrong thing because I do it. And so I'm trying to be better anyway. So Dan Murphy's, they have. They or Dan Murphy's, we just went through this.
So what has, has Dan Murphy's has a chocolate coated, uh, almonds at their, um, at the front of the store. It's one of the chocolates they have has fuck. Uh, I tell a story.
Jess Lucas: [00:23:01] This is
Josh Janssen: [00:23:03] anyway, uh, Yeah. I've, I've worked out that the combination of eating, like they're too, too many almonds like that, you're talking like a 500 gram bag and it's impossible when you are drinking to not eat them all.
But I actually think that I'm somewhat allergic to the combination. Have you found that there's anything that you can eat on its own, but then if you bring it with booze or you bring it with something else, it's actually a little bit toxic to your body. Well, what are you
Tully Smyth: [00:23:33] on about? Gosh,
Josh Janssen: [00:23:34] what do you mean?
No, I can eat chocolate. I can normally eat chocolate coated almonds, no problem. But if I have a wine and then have chocolate coated almonds, I feel like I'm about to have a heart attack.
Gemma Watts: [00:23:47] Well, it's just more sugar. Sure. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:23:50] Ice cream would be one of those things. I think too. Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:23:53] I was eating ice cream with, with wine,
Jess Lucas: [00:23:57] get home and you've gone to MCAS.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:00] Yeah, definitely.
Tully Smyth: [00:24:01] I have a one and an ice cream.
Jess Lucas: [00:24:04] Yeah,
Tully Smyth: [00:24:05] I've got something all day. You guys are weird, man. About your diet.
Gemma Watts: [00:24:10] I just don't want the sweets when I'm drinking.
Tully Smyth: [00:24:13] Neither.
Gemma Watts: [00:24:14] I
Josh Janssen: [00:24:14] don't want them. Yeah. Well, I said, I think I go the other way, Jess. Um, yeah. What, what were you going to say there?
Jess Lucas: [00:24:21] Well, the first question that you asked was, um, pairings, food and wine.
There is nothing better than a Friday night after work going and sitting with your girlfriends or your work mates or whatever. Straight off about four 35 o'clock whatever it is in the sun with a big bowl of chips and aioli. And why
Gemma Watts: [00:24:39] am I right? Yes. You're not wrong.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:41] Oh, that's great.
Jess Lucas: [00:24:42] Actually, he doesn't agree.
Gemma Watts: [00:24:44] I'm afraid guys go, but sure. Fries and aioli
Tully Smyth: [00:24:47] fries. Chiefy gal
Josh Janssen: [00:24:51] you are, or you aren't,
Tully Smyth: [00:24:52] I'm not sure.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:53] Yeah. You're not a sweet person. You're not a,
Tully Smyth: [00:24:57] just know what I'm drinking wine.
no, I am. I, when I automatic is or whatever, I just don't get the chips. I just get the burger and the Coke.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:09] Yeah. What's going on. And what happens with those chips?
Tully Smyth: [00:25:13] They don't give them to me.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:14] And so, but you're paying for them or no? No, just don't get the mirror. I've never done it. Um,
Tully Smyth: [00:25:20] I don't want to waste food.
Jess Lucas: [00:25:22] not many.
Tully Smyth: [00:25:23] I might have like one or two chips. I don't want to throw out full chip packets, just a waste of
Josh Janssen: [00:25:28] food place. Do you think, does the best chips, hot chips?
Tully Smyth: [00:25:33] I'm not the authority on that because I don't eat the chippies.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:36] Jess. W where do you think what's your favorite place to get hot chips?
Jess Lucas: [00:25:41] Um, takeaway wise, uh, grilled.
It does really good sweet
Tully Smyth: [00:25:46] potato chips.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:47] Yeah, they do do. Yeah,
Jess Lucas: [00:25:48] they were doing it
Gemma Watts: [00:25:50] normal potato chips too.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:51] Yeah, I do like I'm like, is it hunky Dory? Maybe that does like the sweet potato chips that have like real clear lines. Um, they're quite
Tully Smyth: [00:26:00] proud. You salts is apparently salsas chips to the bed.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:04] Well, they
Tully Smyth: [00:26:04] do.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:05] They do a lot of, um, Herbie sort of stuff with them. I also love, um, uh, what's the chicken shop on Swan straight. Uh, that's going to annoy me. They're also in port Melbourne Bay. No, Bell's hot chicken. What is it? Breezer. Foxes foxes den, but they, um, they do very good, uh, big thick chips and with aioli. It's great.
Jim, where do you think the best hot chips are in Melbourne?
Tully Smyth: [00:26:36] I've never really thought
Gemma Watts: [00:26:37] about it. If it's a potato I'm going to eat. It's that it's quite simple. This is, this is because I'm a fries person. McDonald's make the best it's Fry's
Tully Smyth: [00:26:48] who is, I feel like
Gemma Watts: [00:26:49] Josh way, maybe had this conversation 12 months ago.
Was it you, it seems like a conversation I would have with you about someone who was talking about how McDonald's is like. They're the best at everything that they do, a business like that could not survive unless they were just pumping out consistent high quality things. And the only lack if they started doing like, you know, gourmet bits and bobs, everyone else's rooted.
Cause they would find a way to be the best at it. So McDonald's fries. Magnificent agree.
Jess Lucas: [00:27:21] Jax is way better than
Josh Janssen: [00:27:22] Mac. Really?
Gemma Watts: [00:27:23] Do they do fries?
Josh Janssen: [00:27:26] No, they do fries.
Gemma Watts: [00:27:29] Okay. I've never really, I don't think I've ever had hungry
Josh Janssen: [00:27:31] jacks, so I actually, you've never had hungry jacks.
Gemma Watts: [00:27:34] Nope. To my knowledge. I'm sure that I have.
Tully Smyth: [00:27:37] Well, what do you mean in general or fries from hungry jacks.
Gemma Watts: [00:27:41] Jen, I'm sure I have maybe like an airport
Tully Smyth: [00:27:44] or some guys. I have expression.
Gemma Watts: [00:27:46] There's not one near me.
Tully Smyth: [00:27:47] Okay. I drove, I drove to the hungry jacks, ne the office yesterday after we spoke about it. And I, I got myself a what Virginia with chase takeaway,
Josh Janssen: [00:27:55] and I respect that.
It's in my head,
Tully Smyth: [00:27:58] put in my head early in the morning and I just, I couldn't get it out of my head for the rest of the day. It is just in my five K radius. And I was like, fuck it.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:09] It's the wind at the moment. Isn't it looking at? What's in the five K and just paying like it's I feel like a Hunter. I'm like, what do I have access to?
Like, where am I? Where's my hunting zone.
Gemma Watts: [00:28:18] That's exactly what hunt together is do as well.
Tully Smyth: [00:28:21] And you feel more bonded to the friends you have and you're 5k radio it's because you're like, well, I sit here with the dead with girlfriend and my girlfriend Laney. I was like, I can only go as far as your house.
Cause she lives, we're sort of just on the edge and he like Abbott park, like, and I was like you're as far as I can go, you're my furthest friend. I can't go further than you. Let's see. I can meet you at Abbott park Lake and that's it.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:40] Uh, Jim, you talking about, uh, us evangelizing McDonald's or saying that they are world class?
Tully Smyth: [00:28:46] Yeah. I
Gemma Watts: [00:28:47] hear this conversation.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:49] I'll tell you something that happened, uh, about how long ago would it have been now? Maybe five years ago, four or five years ago? Uh, which when McDonald's brought out the, create your taste. Menu. I remember that. And I went to McDonald's and I did the whole experience and I was just blown away.
Right. Like I order it and it's like on a screen and then you get a fucking table number and you sit down. I felt like I was in the first class lounge at Singapore, you know, like it was super duper lax and I took a photo and I said, you know, just like, McDonald's. You know, uh, killed it with the McAfee.
They have done it again with create your taste. This is amazing. Anyway, so I did this Instagram post and then about, uh, six weeks later, uh, I caught up with Hamish Blake and he had been an MC at their, uh, annual event. And the marketing person from McDonald's said, we're getting an amazing response. Look at what people are saying.
And it was my Instagram post. They said, this is just a random guy we looked into. It's all legit. This is what people are saying. And, um,
Tully Smyth: [00:30:05] you made it,
Josh Janssen: [00:30:08] I love the idea that, um, that in some sort of McDonald's shareholder meeting, My face.
Tully Smyth: [00:30:16] Yeah, exactly,
Josh Janssen: [00:30:18] exactly. And so, uh, I haven't been there. I think
Gemma Watts: [00:30:22] about that tally.
I sometimes think about that. Like when you do influence the stuff, the fact that then there's going to be a board meeting afterwards where your picture pops up on some sort of very corporate slide show.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:34] Yeah. Jessica can speak to this because Jess has been known to have decks in her previous. Company with your face on it, Jim, is that true?
Is that, is that true?
Jess Lucas: [00:30:45] Kelly and Jim? Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:30:46] Yeah. I've had, I've got friends in the industry in various industries, either client side or in, you know, in ad agencies or marketing agencies or parents. And they'll often send me like, Funny like a photo they've taken on their phone or like a screen grab of a deck, Vincent.
And it's my face, you know, my stats, you know, why they want to, why, why they choose to target me. Yeah. I mean, it's always, it's about you and what
Jess Lucas: [00:31:08] you're about.
Tully Smyth: [00:31:09] It's definitely a compliment, you know, if you're doing you D you're obviously doing a good job. If you're coming up on people's decks, it's never.
You know, it's kind of flattering. It's like, Oh, obviously it means that I'm considered send me. Yeah. I'm
Gemma Watts: [00:31:22] just how I feel. Every time I get paid, I look at my bank account and I'm like, you are good at your job
Tully Smyth: [00:31:28] all the time. Yeah. It's funny. When you, when there are things that aren't paid that you like, for instance, Jess, with the orange wine on too much Tali, you know, I spoke with this orange one that I discovered that I loved and suddenly my inbox is blowing up with people who were buying it.
It's only, you can only get it from this one particular boutiquey, um, bubble shop in Melbourne. And they've sold out now and I'm like, fuck, is this my doing like, did I sell out? It might be, is it my fault that I can't get my own? Like now I can't get my own orange wine cause people are drinking it, which is great.
I'm glad that they're enjoying it.
Gemma Watts: [00:32:00] Did it with survey. I shot myself in the foot because now you can't get Sarah been any chemist warehouse nationally.
Josh Janssen: [00:32:07] It's
Gemma Watts: [00:32:09] great. But also the worst thing ever,
Tully Smyth: [00:32:11] and to check what you say has got,
Josh Janssen: [00:32:13] you need to stock up before you do that sort of thing. Uh, so I hear that, uh, people will be buying things for Christmas earlier.
This year. I think I heard even an ad by Oz post ban, like get in early. And we started thinking about Christmas
Tully Smyth: [00:32:28] the 14th of December. You have to send your stuff, your gift guides.
Josh Janssen: [00:32:32] Okay. So what does this mean? Gift guides gem
Gemma Watts: [00:32:36] the glow journal gift guide is probably like our biggest week of the year, every year.
Cause I started doing, um,
Tully Smyth: [00:32:43] three.
Gemma Watts: [00:32:44] Three years ago now it would have been the second year of it because I feel like Josh, you pro actually you, maybe you have looking for presence for braiser, but, um, Jess and Tali will understand it. If you're looking for beauty, like recommendations, and if you're searching like beauty gift guide, it would just come up with a stock image.
And the name of the product and the price. And you would just have to click through until you found something that was interesting to you. So I was like, okay, we need something where it's not stock images, because I want to know that the person writing about it has actually tried the product and enjoys using it.
There needs to be more information beyond just the blurb that the company has supplied. And it needs to be broken down by price because everyone's got a different budget. I just want to be able to say, okay, this is how much I'm going to spend click here, blah, blah, blah. So I started doing these gift guides where there's this three price category.
And then I work through skin makeup, like advent calendar type things. So it's a huge undertaking and it's probably the only not sponsored content that I'm doing, but it serves the people.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:45] And so how is this on your website or what's the, okay, great. When are you going to have it ready?
Tully Smyth: [00:33:51] Usually
Gemma Watts: [00:33:51] pump it out first week of December, but now I'm going to have to
Tully Smyth: [00:33:56] do it.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:57] yeah,
Gemma Watts: [00:33:58] yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:33:59] Which is just a shame. Yeah,
Gemma Watts: [00:34:02] but I'm too busy to do it at the moment, but I have to,
Josh Janssen: [00:34:05] I just don't to sleep. He was saying, she's the marketing director at, Hey tiger. The chocolate company. And she was saying that. No event, like she's prepared for November being there. The big thing. So I do, I do wonder what, because I'm terrible when it comes to Christmas stuff, like I'll leave it to my, okay.
What can I get? Like I remember I have bought bread. Uh, one of the first things I bought her for a birthday present was a Nintendo DS. And, and she'd only ever mentioned at once. But JB. Hi, fi was the only thing open after sort of 7:30 PM the night before. So this is, it's not lazy. It's just a prioritize.
Tully Smyth: [00:34:43] No, it's lazy. That's just plain lazy
Jess Lucas: [00:34:46] hates people as well, doing it that late.
Josh Janssen: [00:34:49] Yeah. Yeah. It's annoying. And so I would love to, I love the idea of e-commerce. Perfect before, whatever reason there is a, there's a gap between when Christmas is and when I need to buy everything. And so I'm keen to use this as like, okay, I'm going to pretend like Christmas is next week.
Let's get it all sorted. Um, and so when's everyone doing their Christmas shopping this year, then?
Gemma Watts: [00:35:15] Oh, Jess and I.
Jess Lucas: [00:35:18] Um, yeah, probably started December, but do you know what? There's black Friday and cyber Monday now. So if you do want to make some savings, On anything you can
Tully Smyth: [00:35:27] save up there. I find it really hard to think about Christmas until my birthday
Gemma Watts: [00:35:31] is up guys on the same
Tully Smyth: [00:35:32] day is my best day.
The same. Um, I can't it. Yeah. I can't think about Christmas until my birthday is done. So I'm going to have to wait you
Gemma Watts: [00:35:41] say it like you're giggling, but I'm exactly the same. I can't do croissants until my birthday's over.
Tully Smyth: [00:35:47] When did you first? And then I think about other people, your November, aren't you Jen.
Gemma Watts: [00:35:50] November 28.
Josh Janssen: [00:35:53] And so
Gemma Watts: [00:35:55] it's,
Josh Janssen: [00:35:55] it's leaving, it's leaving it light though. Jim, like it's
Gemma Watts: [00:35:59] would be fine.
Josh Janssen: [00:36:00] Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:36:01] Yeah. I think what I, I think I had that you have to, they're suggesting you post your, if you have to post them, if they're physical presence, you have to post them by the 14th of December, I think is what I heard.
Yeah. To be a hundred percent, I think that's, I don't know if that's express or regular posts, but to be a hundred percent, you know, bang on the money.
Josh Janssen: [00:36:18] Any
Gemma Watts: [00:36:18] retail, just beginning house he things, so,
Josh Janssen: [00:36:21] Oh, sure. Yeah. What's the latest on the, how are you? Have you found a place and what's the deal
Gemma Watts: [00:36:27] open for inspections of back up and happening again?
So that's great. Cause they stopped for awhile and I would sooner remove a limb than purchase a property. Based on am virtual tour would be like buying a formal gown from Ali express. What you end up with is absolutely not what you saw online.
Tully Smyth: [00:36:44] Sorry. Sorry. Sure.
Gemma Watts: [00:36:47] Um, yeah, they're, they're back up again. Had you asked me a week ago?
I would have been like, there's not really anything of interest to us, but there's been a couple this week that,
Josh Janssen: [00:36:58] I mean,
architectural digest. Anyone else watching that?
Tully Smyth: [00:37:04] Absolutely. No.
Gemma Watts: [00:37:08] I want to live with Kendall
Tully Smyth: [00:37:09] Jenner, the hell. Would I be watching that show with so much other stuff?
Josh Janssen: [00:37:13] What do you mean? What else is there to watch currently?
Tully Smyth: [00:37:18] I'm not into that either. I just currently finishing Emily in Paris, which is a, which is a dumpster fire, but I can't look away.
Josh Janssen: [00:37:25] Can you explain that to me? So I don't,
Tully Smyth: [00:37:27] you can keep telling me, I look like her. So I feel a little bit like, you know, I'm that egotistical that I'm watching a show because I'm like, I do look a little bit like a, um, Look, it's gross. It's why they're makers of, um, sex in the city. So it had great premise, uh, sorry.
Uh, Lily Collins, uh, who's very, very thin, very thin. Uh, and she is a Chicago marketing intern that gets sent to Paris to give this marketing company a American point of view. Um, and obviously she struggles in Paris. They all hide her. It's look, it's been slammed by people from Paris because it's just super cliche.
It's every cliche that you can imagine about Paris and she eats a fucking croissant in the first episode. Um, but look, it's gray, it's light and fluffy. She wears some great outfits. There's a hot love interest. It's set in the city of Paris. We cannot travel for at least a year
Josh Janssen: [00:38:17] location. Or where was it actually
Tully Smyth: [00:38:19] from?
It's definitely from embarrass for sure. Hmm, it's just easy. It's on those shows you pop on when you're a bit hung over, you know, you
Gemma Watts: [00:38:24] don't have to pay a lot of attention.
Tully Smyth: [00:38:26] You can tune in, tune out. You can have your phone in front of you, but still catch up. Um, I'm enjoying it. It's, it's awful. It's awful.
But it's also amazing.
Gemma Watts: [00:38:35] I'll probably watch it. If it's awful,
Tully Smyth: [00:38:36] people love it. Like
Gemma Watts: [00:38:38] champion recommend critically acclaimed television shows to me. And I'm like, yeah, I'll definitely put that on the list. And then I just start watching the OCA again from the start
Josh Janssen: [00:38:46] for the . It's very hard. To, um, to judge people when say for you like a show, and then someone says, I know that shows shit, Jess.
You started watching shits Creek. What is your review on shits Creek? I love love shit's fragrance
Tully Smyth: [00:39:05] single episode.
Gemma Watts: [00:39:06] I watched the first episode and it was bad.
Josh Janssen: [00:39:09] Thank you. Sorry,
Jess Lucas: [00:39:11] Gemma. Do you know what Josh said to me? Because I said the same thing. I said, I watched two episodes. I tried to give it its time of day.
And I said, nah, it's just not that funny. It's weird acting like, I just, I can see how some lines are funny, but it just the setting, the whole narrative. I didn't like it. And then, so Josh has told me that because of that, I don't have a sense of Hema.
Gemma Watts: [00:39:34] Okay.
Jess Lucas: [00:39:35] That's not the most offensive thing.
Josh Janssen: [00:39:37] We didn't need to finish by.
Gemma Watts: [00:39:41] I have been told, I have been told by a lot of people who love the show, give it a season. And I was like, I'm sorry. Why, why would ask me
Tully Smyth: [00:39:52] a whole
Gemma Watts: [00:39:53] season season? I'm sorry,
Tully Smyth: [00:39:57] I'll talk videos that make jokes about, um, you have to skip the first 45 minutes or something. Like if you just, if you can just make it for the first 45 minutes of it, I understand.
Josh Janssen: [00:40:09] Yeah. I mean,
Tully Smyth: [00:40:10] do you like exactly you'll love Emily and Paris yet. Do you. Josh do you like it? Okay. So this is, these are the kind of questions that I ask them first and then immediately discount them if they answer the correct way. Yeah. So, so I'm my kind of humor and my kind of shows are like 30 rock parks and rec um, the office, right?
Yeah. If you're into either, really, if you're into. Uh, big bang theory, two and a half men. That is not for me. And I don't even like Seinfeld guys. I don't like Seinfeld.
Gemma Watts: [00:40:47] I, it. Neither do I? Thank you.
Tully Smyth: [00:40:50] It's not funny. Sorry. It's not funny.
Gemma Watts: [00:40:53] Anything.
Tully Smyth: [00:40:54] Jimmy people, Jimmy boys, men, now that boys. That's cool. That's cool.
Yeah. Do you have any boys on here? Yeah, you've opened a can of worms with this one.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:03] Were you
Tully Smyth: [00:41:05] dating him on dating apps? Have stuff about like Seinfeld being the deal breaker. I think they're trying to find their perfect match by bringing up Seinfeld early on. I'm like, thank you so much for allowing me to know that you'd like Seinfeld.
Cause I'm going to immediately swipe left to you because if you think Seinfeld is the best show in the world, then you and I are not going to get along at all.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:25] No, I get it. I get the Seinfeld pushback. The other shows that you mentioned two and a half men, not really interested. I don't watch that much, but I think things like that.
Tully Smyth: [00:41:35] Thanks. Theory's funny. I
Josh Janssen: [00:41:36] will literally shut down. No, no, no, no, no. The, the office, the office is great. 30 rock is great. Um, what else is okay, here we go. Friends.
Jess Lucas: [00:41:48] Never
Tully Smyth: [00:41:48] got into friends. Wow.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:51] Oh
Jess Lucas: [00:41:52] shit.
Tully Smyth: [00:41:53] Can we? Me and your producer.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:54] Yeah. What's, what's your issue with friends?
Jess Lucas: [00:41:58] I think my thing is either
Tully Smyth: [00:41:59] watermelon.
It's not offensive. You can't be offended by that,
Josh Janssen: [00:42:02] right? You can. If we know anything.
Uh, no. So the friend, the friends thing.
Jess Lucas: [00:42:11] I could watch it if it was on, but it's not, it's not my go through, you know how some people literally go to sleep with it on like, they want to rewatch it. Like Jim does with the
Tully Smyth: [00:42:19] it's like background noise. I've watched it so many times. It's like sex in the city.
For me, they've watched it so many times. It's easy to have on in the background. So you're not in sitting in silence. Is it an age thing? White. How everybody I'm unbuttoned 33 already 30. Oh, okay. Maybe it's not an age thing then.
Josh Janssen: [00:42:34] So I think that there's um, yeah,
Gemma Watts: [00:42:37] and I love it
Josh Janssen: [00:42:39] under that. We, anything that we watched when we were younger, I think that we obviously are drawn to, so I like, I love Laguna beach.
I love all those sort of MTV reality shows
Gemma Watts: [00:42:55] on the day
Josh Janssen: [00:42:56] I was watching family guy the other day, just because I was like, wanted something. That I could start from the start and I do, I tried to do it with the Simpson. So I, I was getting annoyed that, uh, my mate was always, uh, doing the Simpsons references and I just didn't understand them.
And so I, uh, got Disney plus. And I know, you know, for the Simpsons and I bought a mole skin notepad, and I would do a Simpson's die.
Tully Smyth: [00:43:29] Sorry.
Gemma Watts: [00:43:30] So on brand,
Josh Janssen: [00:43:31] I would write down what the plot, this was like a year ago. Uh, writing down the plot and what I remember. And, um, unfortunately, uh, I fell off pretty quickly cause the idea was I was going to watch
Tully Smyth: [00:43:45] one old episode.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:47] No, no, my index card index cards, please. The correct. Uh, happy birthday. Tally is an index card, all the references for year of glory, four years of glow journal. Let just speak that one. That's what that is. I've got everything covered. Um,
Gemma Watts: [00:44:07] Josh, I have a recommendation for you quickly. You mentioned Laguna beach.
I feel like I've maybe I haven't Whitney port, you know? Um, yeah, she's amazing. Her and she and her husband have a YouTube channel and they re they just finished rewatching all of the episodes of the city and her husband, Timmy was one of the producers. So it's like Gogglebox, but she's the star. And he was the producer.
So they pause it and they have little behind the scenes tidbits. It was so fun. And they're about to start redoing it with the Hill.
Josh Janssen: [00:44:39] Oh, that's great. So I watched. Her interview with Lauren Conrad the other day. Yeah, it was good. It was interesting. I mean, Lauren's quite a private person. I feel
Gemma Watts: [00:44:50] like this has changed a lot.
I saw a
Josh Janssen: [00:44:51] snippet where she sort of just, I think she pushed back a lot on the whole reality, like, like she went on and had a business and did all other stuff and sort of pushed that away.
Tully Smyth: [00:45:01] Yeah. Jim, did Jim, did you meet Whitney when she was at the polar that year?
Gemma Watts: [00:45:05] No, I didn't either. She amazing
Josh Janssen: [00:45:08] when
Tully Smyth: [00:45:08] I say meet, I, I, my friend asked if I could get a photo with her
Gemma Watts: [00:45:12] look like twins.
You're both so tall and beautiful and bloating.
Tully Smyth: [00:45:16] I mean, I was just so star struck. I mean, with me meeting Audrina Partridge, they're two of the best, I think I've really, you know, I've made it when I've met. Those kinds of celebrities
Gemma Watts: [00:45:25] getting star struck.
Tully Smyth: [00:45:28] Oh my goodness. No, you know what? I actually, don't there's one person I would be absolutely star struck about.
And that's Taylor Swift. If I ever met her, I would, I can't even talk about it. I would just cry,
Josh Janssen: [00:45:38] Molly. I think Molly has that vibe as well. Smiling
Tully Smyth: [00:45:42] loved. I love Molly, but Molly is like, Molly's hung out with friends that I know in LA. I feel like it would be much easier to stumble into a party and Wiley's having a joint in the corner and I would be like, Oh fuck, that's smiley.
But Tyler. Oh, my God. She's
Josh Janssen: [00:45:54] just picking up. Her doctor was great, like in her doco, um, they have the whole scene where people are talking about how she looks and all of that sort of thing. And Nikki Glaser, the comedian, have you heard, have you seen
Gemma Watts: [00:46:09] this?
Josh Janssen: [00:46:10] Yeah, uh, she was on, um, Jackie Rod's studios, but uh, she's she's mates.
Uh, so, uh, her ex. Is I'm good friends with the Hamish nanny crew because
Tully Smyth: [00:46:23] he was producing. Yeah, I was in LA and BEC Harding. Who's obviously at him and his partner told me to go see Nikki show that night and they hooked it up somehow. So that's how, yeah, I'm fine.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:35] She's so funny. She's so funny. She got
Tully Smyth: [00:46:38] blasted.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:40] because there was basically, uh, like it. If you, if you're talking for a living, especially as a comedian, you just say shit that you don't actually believe that. You're just saying, because it's funny. And she did a bit around, uh, you know, uh, Taylor's too skinny, blah, blah, blah. And then she's watching the trailer of the Taylor Swift Docker and she hears her voice in it, which is like, fuck.
And so she ended up doing it. She did a post on Instagram. And then Tyler commented and said,
Tully Smyth: [00:47:11] perfect
Gemma Watts: [00:47:12] apology. That was beautifully written,
Tully Smyth: [00:47:14] but also like Tyler, like, you know, guys like tight ties for giving, you know, like that's all she needed was she sent, she sent Katy Perry, a hand woven blanket for her newborn baby.
And as we know, they're famously had a few, they have patched it up prior to the baby being born, but I just thought that was such a beautiful little touch.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:32] There's something so normal about Katy Perry. I
Tully Smyth: [00:47:35] think so too.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:37] She could be, she could live next door and it would just be like, Oh, Hey. Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:47:41] I think those two together are really like cookie cup couple.
Hey Jess, what are your thoughts
Jess Lucas: [00:47:48] guys?
Tully Smyth: [00:47:49] I knew it would be hot. I knew it would be hard with main gym to get a word in. So I'll try and keep my mouth who knew I cared
Josh Janssen: [00:47:54] so much about Katie Perry, but, um, I do. Uh,
Jess Lucas: [00:47:58] are you Katie Perry?
Josh Janssen: [00:47:59] Yeah, sure. You're more sort of a Metallica gal.
Tully Smyth: [00:48:02] Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:48:03] You know, old school rock and roll folk, that type of thing we've gone through.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:06] I'm glad the Fleetwood Mac stuff is making a comeback with that meme. That's great too.
Tully Smyth: [00:48:11] I feel
Jess Lucas: [00:48:11] like it already had though, like, they've come out to Australia twice now or, you know, at least twice, and then Stevie Nicks has come out solo as well. So it's
Tully Smyth: [00:48:19] yeah. Original whitewash. I've been told. I look like a young Stevie Nicks, many times.
I think everyone here usually by old drunk guys that'll do it. Did everyone say that the viral, the viral video of the guy on the skateboard with cranberry juice, he's suing a company because a company is put his face on a tee shirt.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:42] Yeah, I sort of, I feel I, I get that anyway. We've got to go. We've got to go.
Gemma Watts: [00:48:47] But mr. 97, just replied to a text that I sent him on Sunday. So.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:52] Perfect. Uh, thank you, Jim. Thank you, Jess and happy birthday.
Jess Lucas: [00:48:58] Yay birthday
Gemma Watts: [00:49:01] today.
Tully Smyth: [00:49:02] Absolutely. For one today. Yep.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:04] Uh, go check out a glow journal, the podcast, uh, by the lovely Gemma Watts queen Gronk, and also check out to too much Tali with Tali Smyth and you'll, uh, Jess is there as well, and she gets to talk
Jess Lucas: [00:49:16] and she's getting a new producer though.
Gemma Watts: [00:49:18] Screenplay
Josh Janssen: [00:49:19] Sunday, Sunday as well. Uh, today, uh, tele Smyth is on screenplays.
Tully Smyth: [00:49:25] I am, and I really bring it.
Gemma Watts: [00:49:28] Oh, I'm so jealous.
Tully Smyth: [00:49:30] Jess, Jess lets me down, but I really bring my I game.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:34] Perfect. Alright. Enjoy your Sunday, everyone. And we'll see you tomorrow. Have a good one. See you guys.