#958 – Thoughts, Stories & Quirks/
- February 12, 2021
We chat about Josh’s quirks, being present, thought, creating stories and our doughnuts for Fat Fridays.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Josh’s quirkiness
- Saying you’re going to do something
- Being present and controlling your controllables
- Our Fat Fridays order
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Tommy Jackett: [00:00:00] Very low barrier to get into the drone squad.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:07] We've committed to do the daily talk show for 10 years. Guys put
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:11] it in the calendar.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:13] Just like to check the temperature in the room. I told you my squeegee story.
It's the daily talk show episode 958
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:23] happy fat Friday.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:25] I am excited for Friday. So they, you told me. Uh, yesterday that there was something to do with maple syrup. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:33] And I stated yesterday that for a guy that's talked more about maple syrup than anyone I've ever met, uh, I reckon I've had maple syrup, like I've reckon I've had more maple syrup than you in the last month.
And I haven't talked about it, but you've spoken about it that much. What do you think is wrong
Josh Janssen: [00:00:52] with me? Maybe in all seriousness.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:55] I mean, it's verging on a time where, you know, like people will mention the autism thing in a lighthearted manner. That will probably be gone in the next couple of years. You cannot do it now.
I think there still is people or being
Josh Janssen: [00:01:11] on the men's restroom
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:11] or whatever. I mean, it's not a joking matter for a lot of parents that have kids that are in that space, but there is a version of a spectrum is a spectrum. Exactly that. And you know, and people are referring to you at one sort of. Part of that spectrum.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:29] Well, and so what do you think, um,
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:31] do you feel, are you in, when you, when people say that to you? No. No, no.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:34] I get it. Like you're on the receiving end of it. I don't mind it. I, I like being different, but I don't get, why am I like this? Why am I like someone could work on something. Someone could be into cars for 20 years.
Not really talk about it too much. I could learn about a new model of car, like learn about a new model and I'll talk about it every single minute of the day. And I'll just
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:02] at some point you're the guy that's actually never bought the car that you're talking about, which is, uh, I think urban dictionary will call you, call you a poser,
Josh Janssen: [00:02:13] which I've said that I've, um, I think it was in the, um, uh, John saffron episode where I said, I am a poser.
Do you remember that? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Have I told you about the comment that we, that we got on YouTube on the
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:27] job site is San Francisco. John saffron is a filmmaker comedian author author.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:35] And so this is referring to me. So this is episode five 50, if you want to go back and listen and watch. I don't know what I said, but
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:41] I just remember there was some friction.
John's an old client of mine. I paid TTD in for many years. In another life. Uh, there was some friction on that episode and it came from your, your side, but you are leaving them out, but you and John are on the same vibe bit.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:59] So the thing, the same trip. Well, that's what, yeah. And, and I was saying, I was saying, um, yesterday, uh, to someone like Ash, Ash Williams, I always would.
Ended up arguing with, like, it seems funny that we have a podcast where like, you haven't really argued with anyone, but I feel like half of the guests we've had on I've ended up having arguments with it's an argument
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:22] on your terms. Yeah. It's uh, it's the, it's the CLA so this is probably how you can relate.
Um, if you have siblings or a close, close friend that. Is sheeting you and he like make drop it play. He's fuck it. I'll have to punch you and give you a dead leg in a second. And that's after the show. That's fine. Good. Wasn't it? Yeah, but he's like, he's also a bit annoyed at you, but he's, but he likes you.
And so you like, you love your bro, but you also want to give them an absolute
Josh Janssen: [00:03:55] Corky. And so someone said John saffron episode, this just came through two days ago, the episodes over 400 episodes. Oh, uh, they said, uh, I saw him on the right. Are people playing at home? The guy on the line, uh, context.
the guy on the right is the most mundane hosts I've ever watched in my life. Talk about being an introvert. I
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:26] say it one more time, please.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:28] The guy on the right is the most mundane host I've ever watched in my life. Talk about being an introvert. Is that, what do we take from that?
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:39] I may offend me. Um, they don't get the joke.
I get the joke, but they're not, they don't get the trip probably more so not the joke because what's a trip.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:50] What do you mean by the chest? Like.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:52] Your journey as a human and, and the Kool-Aid drinking and where you, where you've landed in this world
Josh Janssen: [00:04:59] syrup thing or the books thing. So you've become very good at just accepting may for me, don't you think
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:07] would a business grows?
You know, there's more and more of us in the team. I can just, I roll them, walk off and like,
Josh Janssen: [00:05:15] you still deal with the Lloyd
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:16] luck guys. I still deal with it. But. I love you. So it's like, there is a bunch of like the book shit. Literally the video is Joshua. These books messed up the fucking office. Shit's everywhere.
I literally separated his books that he wanted to keep. I took all these shitty ones downstairs. Then I took all of the ones. I separated that he was the capes downstairs, separated them. Then I sorted out your problem, which it's not. I appreciate, I really appreciate it. I wouldn't do it if I cared. Like if I cared, I reckon I'd be like, C U N T get yourself in here where I'm like, I
Josh Janssen: [00:05:53] just fucking sought it.
And so, but the, the team were getting pissed off because of I've been coming into Workday.
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:01] Well, I did say that you are like, uh, an older gentleman who is in a nursing home that may have, may think it's the same day every day. And that you said the second thing, which is. Oh, I haven't been drinking enough.
Water me. Pierce's bloody like bat you've actually stopped that one. Yeah. Cause it was
Josh Janssen: [00:06:21] too, because it's like, it's, it's really bad at the moment.
so anyway, My, yeah, I need a drink moment.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:01] Um, so what does that person, I mean, I've got away scot-free in that, in that they just haven't even know. I did. They didn't know I was there. Yeah. Oh, there's only one host on the right. There's not
Josh Janssen: [00:07:13] the other guy like it, but the hydration, like, so do you think that you, so I, maybe I just externalize my inner monologue.
Maybe, what do you think of that? I want to be like, I'm trying to work out how much of this is me and I should just embrace me versus what are the things. So for instance, if you're not
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:33] embracing you, what are you
Josh Janssen: [00:07:34] doing? We'll notice that here's an example. My calendar I'm like, I'm not very like, you know, I go through times where I'm very organized.
Like I watch a lot of productivity videos, a lot of, a lot of product. I'm not that productive
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:48] in product V
Josh Janssen: [00:07:48] productivity, but I'm watching. So many productivity videos. Um, and so it's not by like customer, but it's more like an oil. Yeah. Yeah. Um, uh, and so the front of the productivity thing, so I did my calendar, so I said like on Sunday night I was like, you know what, I'm going to, you know?
Okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm going to be organized. And so I'm going to, because I saw a screengrab, actually, it was like a Valentine's day, you know, like, uh, your, your phone will pick up on like photos from this time last year or whatever. And it had, I had a screen grab from my calendar from, uh, February 14, 2017.
And it was like so organized. And in there, I even had a section in my calendar, which was. Organized tomorrow. So organize the next day. And so I filled out my calendar on Monday, like Sunday night for Monday with all of my calendar stuff. So it's like a ride my bike from this time to this time, have a shower from this time to this time walk from this time to this time, everything, it was all calendarized.
And at the end of the day at five o'clock, it said, um, Organize the next day. Anyway, everyone can see each other's calendars here. And so I get in, and I think like within five minutes you guys were saying, no, only a few more ELLs to you organize your calendar for the next day. And so I was like, yeah, Yeah, you're right.
I'm a fraud. I'm not, I'm not, you know,
she loved that. The custom thing you liked, we've got cash. We've got something very like, can we talk about the diet? So, and so anyway, but don't you, do you feel this, when you do things, do you feel like you're a fraud or do you feel like. Uh, when you're doing things, you're, you know,
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:51] you, you should notice that I don't talk about shit.
I'm probably not going to do. And it's my, that's my self filter. Yeah. Which is it the right way? I think it, for me, I hate talking about anything I'm not going to do. And, and it's, I still do it just stuff, but don't
Josh Janssen: [00:10:07] use potentially. So the different, cause I hate gunners too. I hate people that are going to do this and gonna do that.
I feel like. I say that I'm going to do a lot of things and I do do a bunch of things. I just don't do all of them,
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:20] but maybe there's so many out in the ether that everyone's just thinking this guy hasn't, he's over there. Not doing anything but pissing. Definitely not drinking water. Do you think
Josh Janssen: [00:10:30] people aren't angry?
Not at all. I think it's about the maple syrup thing. Do I think there's people that are triggered that it's like, you're going to spend a hundred dollars on maple syrup when you could just go to Kohl's and like. No,
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:44] no, no. That's if that's your, that's a fair point.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:48] Yeah. Well that's where I think, right.
I'm like, I'm slightly, when I talk about these things, I'm a little bit embarrassed about, uh, like I know, like maybe it's not going to be like, there's been a bunch of things that I've been very excited about. Yeah. Yeah. And the 10 gigabit network. That was very
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:05] exciting. So the now, I mean, all this shit doesn't really affect anyone else other than when you.
Rob someone of their time, which they'll never get back. That's what
Josh Janssen: [00:11:17] we do every
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:18] day. We did. Oh, well, there's versions of it. That could
Josh Janssen: [00:11:23] be a new tagline for the podcast. If you're telling you rubbing your time, five days away, that's funny.
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:31] I dunno, it's up to you. If you, if you feel like, I think I should write,
Josh Janssen: [00:11:35] like, so the thing is I do go through moments where I'm like, you know what, I'm not going to tell anyone about this thing.
I'm going to keep this like Vermont. Like, do you think that, do you like it. When I talk about Vermont, some of the things that come up is like, how are you going to move to Vermont? You have a business in Melbourne, and that's my point. Like
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:59] hasn't heard you talk shit enough. Yeah, she will get that. She just won't enter into it. Yeah. But do you think now no one is moving to America anytime soon, if you aren't a citizen going home, do
Josh Janssen: [00:12:11] you think that, um, do you think that it's a vibe killer may talking about things like, like are what I would be doing if I wasn't doing this?
Is that a bad.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:23] Well, the chamber thing is about everything you talk about is what you don't have or something in the future or a life you could have. And it's not optimizing the shit you got going on, right? Yeah. Yeah. Which I think it's a trap for everybody. I'm all, I'm fucking like this week, I've been thinking a lot about other people and what they do.
They're up to their success. Like go through times where it's more and a lot less than sometimes I'm disliked. At pace with everything, but it's yeah, it is everything you're talking about is what you don't have, or you should get or where you could go and not to
Josh Janssen: [00:12:57] harp on about, I spoke about it last year, but the chicken coop.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:00] But I didn't even talk about it that much. I reckon you brought that up more
Josh Janssen: [00:13:04] and it's, it's a, it's on par with the Carrie Bickmore thing you mentioned.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:08] And I mentioned it ties in
Josh Janssen: [00:13:10] a bit, sorry, but what about the barbecue? So the barbecue upstairs, right? But the excitement you had for it is equal to the excitement.
I have things
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:19] died off that much did one barbecue, but
Josh Janssen: [00:13:22] that's all I'll fryer. I think you're going to get over the air
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:24] fryer. Yeah, but what, yeah. I mean, these I'm not it's
Josh Janssen: [00:13:29] okay. But my point is that I feel bad when I get into things and I let him
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:34] total projection. That's what I'm sending you of something I haven't done that I said, but so should I have no,
Josh Janssen: [00:13:40] but do you feel how I'm feeling or no, I feel
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:43] that, but you haven't heard me mentioned the chicken Cobe.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:48] Yeah. Yeah. But no, being a long time,
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:51] I reckon you've I can't ever remember being that pumped about the barbecue. We actually got it because you didn't want to your house and I had to come fucking get it. My problem. I know, but
Josh Janssen: [00:14:00] we love that. We love, we love the barbecue, like having a barbecue, but don't you think don't you think it's like, We get excited.
Everyone does it. You get excited about something, you talk about it, then you have it. And so this happens with like people that have tennis courts at their house, like that's big money. Right. And, but then they don't use it or they have a pool and it's like, and we all say, Oh, if I had that, I would use it every day or if I had that.
But clearly that's not true.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:30] Hmm. Don't you think so? And so everything has to come back to what's in this moment. What do I have right now? And how can I sit in that? How can I find some level of peace in the existence I have now, which can help you change or get where you want to go? So well,
Josh Janssen: [00:14:49] that's why the minimalism thing is interesting, isn't it?
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:52] Yeah. I think it's relying on, um, It's relying on something, which is like relying on. Like people who are flat out into minimalism, there's a lot of thought involved, a lot of thought. So there's conscious.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:08] Yeah. Maybe a bit. Is that different? So there's thought, and then there's, so there's, we're thinking about stuff.
It's like, ah, okay, I'm going to buy this thing or that thing. Or, and it's like,
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:17] so it's a balance. It's, it's a balancing act because people who have just bought everything, consumerism has eaten them alive. And next minute, they're just feeling like they're needing the latest, something that needing the lightest.
I think Jess sneezed upstairs. I got, I thought it was,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:32] there was a
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:33] dog in the building, but so you're, you're giving a lot of your trapped in the thinking or the habit of purchasing buying. I need this, I need that, which is going to change my internal. And so I think stripping back, anytime I've ever got rid of something, I then I'm like, I need to get rid of more.
And then I'm transfixed about throwing everything out. And then I go to someone else's house. I'm like, Oh, fuck. I'm doing right, but I'm still thinking to myself, I want to get rid of more stuff. And then, and so it is, and so minimalism, isn't the answer to your, you know, your, your, um, ability to sit with your own mind and be, you know, very grateful.
Like there's a bunch of versions of getting, having less and being able to see. And so it's, it's all, it might work for you. It might work for you.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:25] Yeah, but it's, I, you know, I think there is definitely something in, uh, working out. So like say talking about the maple syrup thing. So the story I've told myself is, you know what, like, I don't need many good things in life.
I don't need much, I'm not drinking anymore. Like I have, like, you know, there was a, I did the red wine thing last year, a little bit, you know, like, but it's nice to have the simple. Small premium things that you can enjoy in a small,
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:59] but where does, I don't think you get there because this was a site like about productivity people on YouTube.
Spruiking a lifestyle. Spruiking, uh, a, feel a Viber, a destination. It's like once you've got it all dialed in, like, no,
Josh Janssen: [00:17:16] but don't you be? Can you see the appeal where it's like, you know what, like, uh, I get that with the, uh, one day when I have a trachea grill. And it's like, but I know that that's like, it's, it's not, it's so, so frustrating.
So, but there's a lesson there, right? Like if you just, if you keep doing the same thing, you know, it's like the, you know, that's like the definition of it and expect a different result. It's like the definition of insanity, I'm going fucking insane. I keep doing the same things, thinking like I'm going to get the books.
So I went through a moment where I was like, I'm going to get rid of all. My books are really when this was like four years ago, when three years
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:50] ago, when I was going to say, if it was in the last couple of weeks, You didn't act on it because that was still older
Josh Janssen: [00:17:55] three years ago when Brie and I went on our big trip for like four months, I was like, I'm going to get rid of all my books and brace.
Like, you don't actually have much stuff. Why don't you take the books? And then I'm not blaming Bree. Bree just suggested that. And I agreed, but then I've definitely now built out a story around the books where I'm like, Oh, you know what? Like if I one day have like a call. Holiday home in the, in like some regional thing, like coastal thing, wouldn't it be cool to just have like books now, the thing is that like a house is expensive.
So for a dream, you can't buy the house because you can't afford for that. But. You can't. I can feel like I've got a house. I'm like, ah, I'm going to buy the books that will go in the house. I understand
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:44] it's living in the future, trying to obtain a future feeling in the present, which doesn't exist because the future hasn't happened
Josh Janssen: [00:18:53] yet.
And I can always buy books anytime. And
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:55] so where I've landed was only thought if you all that is tangible, which. Thoughts are hard to conceive as something tangible, but anything that's happened. Everything that happened yesterday is only, still thought
Josh Janssen: [00:19:12] to be, what does this do to superannuation
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:15] now?
That's real. It's there, but if you're
Josh Janssen: [00:19:19] is paying you think that it's like a few, like there is a, the version of like how many people in your life are living the life that they want to right now.
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:30] I don't know. How do you
Josh Janssen: [00:19:32] feel? Do you feel like you live in the moment?
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:38] I think they're two different questions.
Are you living the life that you want right now or do you live in the moment? Good question. I think I'm still indoctrinated into the thinking, which a lot of us just have grown up feeling, which is I'm not living the life I would want. Based on thought and not having certain things or not being where I want, which are like drivers to get you.
That's the emotion it's ambition, which I do also realize that is like a construct. That is creating energy that can make me feel pain. So when you think about how you don't fucking have a Tesla or not even something I'm mature materialistic, it could be, I don't have the relationship I want or the kids that I don't yet have.
Like, what that does is that thought creates an energy in your body. And so, and then the meaning attached to it is what it is. And we use whatever we give it. And so there is. I I'm not there, but it's like, there are times when I, I reckon I'm so much less, uh, charged on most things that are the result of meditation, but it's like, I am definitely just like, it's not caring less.
It's like detachment in some ways, which is like less of an energy put to it. Whereas before I could, yeah. I could have ran things
Josh Janssen: [00:21:09] that maybe felt like you were in more control, so it's a bit of a paradox. So it's like, when you feel like you're in control, you put more energy into things because you think that you can actually change the outcome.
So it's like with aggression or pushback or whatever it is. But when you discover that it's like, you know what, life's going to fucking kick you in the Dick. Sometimes, sometimes it's going to go your way, all of these different things, maybe. If I can control my controllables, which is how I show up the attitude I have now, I communicate with others, how I feel about myself.
Like those are the things that you can actually control.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:47] Yeah. 100% and yeah, the hard, yeah. Then even if you are thinking that you want something different in your life now, which. Can be totally reasonable. You don't have enough money, which is causing a real issue in your relationship, or just even fucking issue for you to not be able to eat when you want to.
That's a real issue. And so some level of attention to it. Is needed, but then it can vary on what, what the, what the energy you create based on that attention to it. So what does it mean to their story then you thread, which is thinking, and then fucking thinking is just happening and we'll even if like you just constantly, we're all consumed by the, the thoughts.
Like I literally, we talked about it last week or this week. Like if you've been trapped in thought and then all of a sudden you're like, fuck I, wow, what was I just in? You can feel like time has just gone. You didn't even know where you were, but you're awake. And so that is like, you stuck in the flow of thought.
And so it feels like your sleep.
Josh Janssen: [00:23:04] Yeah. And then I think about things like, okay, alternative universes or alternate universes, whatever you say, like. Sorry, Vermont talking about Vermont for a second. I'm just in and out of the country. So I think about like, Oh, you know, what would it be like to live in a cabin
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:20] or I'm writing?
Or what are you doing? What is that thought process of evoking? It's just an emotion it's feeling. It's, it's, it's not
Josh Janssen: [00:23:28] real. But then I think about like, what about it felt you guys were in Vermont too? And so the thing is that like we're on the, just dance and
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:35] sharks. So
Josh Janssen: [00:23:36] think about it this way. You've got like.
Um, you know, walking up punt road, all that. So like is like, so we're closing to like the Melbourne CBD and is a guy that grew up in the suburbs. That was a big deal. Right? The difference between like living out in the suburbs, working in the suburbs versus being in the city, I created a story where it's like, Oh no, you've gotta be in the near the city, you know, but then I'm starting to think.
I'm like, okay, well what about like, what about a Yankee throw geography? Out the window. What about if that, like what, what does outside of the story that I tell what does being two Ks from the CBD do for me? Um, you know, that I can't get somewhere else. And so then I think about like, Oh, what would it look like being in a cabin, but being, doing video production, doing all that sort of stuff.
And then being surrounded by nature.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:33] Oh, yeah. I mean all these things. So do you want to go Vermont? We could do two months. It looks as daggy as you are, and I'll be perfect. I would join you for a bit. It looks, I
Josh Janssen: [00:24:46] mean, I was even thinking like with the visas we have, um, almost
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:49] looks a bit European, the town.
Yeah. Yeah. The visa happens, wins white people everywhere. So they do
Josh Janssen: [00:24:56] well. We have, um, what do they call Awan visas or whatever.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:59] Oh yeah, we can. Yeah, we got that for five
Josh Janssen: [00:25:01] years. So we could live there. I work for big media company in the U S without leaving if we wanted it to. But I understand that there's a few things for few moving parts.
It's pregnancies, all that stuff. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:15] And I get it. And it's a trap. It's a trap to think. Just to be. Yeah, I think it, yeah. How do you regulate for yourself and know that it's being counterproductive, just thinking and feeling. It's like when you start thinking about what you do with the cash for them from, um, you know, uh, Tatts, lotto, what would you, what you do with it?
Josh Janssen: [00:25:40] So the thing is, that's an external, like, so that's an external thing, but think about how many people could right now, if they wanted to. If you're listening and you could move to the place that you like. You've always said, I want to live in Queensland. I want to live here. I want to live there. Like, there's a bunch of people who have the courage to be like, I've been thinking about this long enough.
I need to make this, I need to do it. And so the thing is, I don't think that like, I would have moved 10 times by now. If I, like, I had this obsession with Tasmania, it was like, fuck. Tazzy would be like, beautiful. Like similar to Vermont.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:14] They haven't done it yet. I mean, I got the job in Shepparton. I didn't, I never thought about necessarily moving, but then I'd never thought about moving to Sydney other than I fucking love it.
I love going there and you think, Oh fuck, this would be good by the beach in Bondai. And then I know there is, I know that feeling of changing my whole life. I had a business in Melbourne. It was only me, but it's like, Different career, shifting it all up and going. And like, there is so much growth in that Jess lived in London
Josh Janssen: [00:26:50] and that's exciting.
I think that potentially
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:52] I grew up in Canberra, then he was in buyer and now he's in Melbourne, you know, he's a real jerk.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:56] Yeah. And so maybe the thing is like, I just think it's a timing thing. So we've talked about the show for 10 years. Like I think, you know, I'm 30, you're 32, like we are you're 32. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:10] 33 33 this year theater right now. Yep. Turning
Josh Janssen: [00:27:14] 32, uh, like fate, like, you know, by the time I'm 38 or whatever, you're 40, we've done 10 years. We've had a fucking great run of it. And then we can be like, okay, let's redesign our lives again. Wouldn't it be weird having like a barbecue where you didn't have to think on having to say Josh tomorrow, like on a Sunday, just imagine that just like playing basketball and stuff, you know?
All right. So yeah. What are you up to tomorrow?
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:42] Yeah. It's another life. And you get versions of your own life within the life. Yeah. You know, sprints committing to something workplaces. It feels like that's what it feels like for a lot
Josh Janssen: [00:27:53] of people. Like, I feel like we still have a lot. So last year I felt like our.
Not long until cause dead. Yeah. No, just like it is everything right. You just mortality can be exactly. Whereas now I'm like long time still. And so I think that's good. I think the long time still thing is good. Like what are you doing? 30
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:14] plus 60, 60
Josh Janssen: [00:28:17] extra 60 days even saying if I get an extra 30 years.
Live to 65, really done myself, some damage dying at 60 in this day. And so you see,
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:31] my dad looks 42. Yeah. So the thing is
Josh Janssen: [00:28:33] 69. I'll be fucking wrapped with another 30 years. And so anyway, can we talk about the donuts are in front
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:39] of me. Look, you will die at 59 after today's and we'll just shave the year off.
But these are for a mum, Gotham donuts.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:49] They look handmade, fresh daily.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:51] Okay. I went in the other day. I didn't
Josh Janssen: [00:28:53] buy anything. So what are we going to do? Are you going to cut them up? Do you know I'm going to
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:56] pass it over to you. You just have a bite, I'll have a bite, you know, live on the
Josh Janssen: [00:29:00] show.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:01] So. There's a few different flavors here.
Peanut butter, which ones on the teller? Um, there is a wisdom maple syrup bit. Well, this is a pink doughnut, just like a Homer Simpson vibes. Yep. And then this one is called French toast and it's got, um, cream cinnamon and maple syrup. Oh, I don't
Josh Janssen: [00:29:20] think I've ever had French toast
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:22] before. Well, it doesn't look like this.
This is Dutch one. Should I start with, or might you just going to have bottle one? We're not going to get through all of them now. Just, you're going to try one
Josh Janssen: [00:29:31] out of the maple syrup and I want you to try the strawberry one. Okay. Yeah. Go for it.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:36] You go, you go. No, that's fine. Go for it up in your best on ground for not getting things on you.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:44] the syrup is like liquidy on top. Okay. Ready? Hang on. This is good. Ready? So it was like a bite in one, two, three.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:57] Oh, wow. Like it's pink, pink flavor. Mm mm. Pink sort of flavor. It's color. Somehow it tastes pink. Mm mm. This is you.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:09] You like it. I love it. A lot. Cinnamon. All right. Thanks everyone. Enjoy your weekend.
We'll say tomorrow, have a good one. So we'll say Monday, say guys. Bye. Cheers.