#960 – Human Evolution/
- February 16, 2021
We chat about our chewy for Chewy Tuesday, how humans have evolved over time and Josh’s Torch Talk with a plumber!
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Chewy Tuesday
- Human Evolution
- Torch Talk
- Tradie Chat
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Tommy Jackett: [00:00:00] Very low barrier to get into the grown squad.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:07] We've committed to do the daily talk show for 10 years. I had guys
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:11] who it in the calendar.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:12] I just like to check the temperature in the room.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:14] I told you my squeegee story.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:19] It's the daily talk show episode 960
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:24] happy Tuesday. Happy Chili's Tuesday, my friends, how are we
Josh Janssen: [00:00:29] continuing our lockdown? We'll be here until Wednesday and then hopefully all week where, uh, back at the office. But yet this chewy Tuesday you gave him, gave me the Trident cinnamon. Normally you are extremely strict.
You can be a bit of an asshole about it actually around us, not having the Chile before chewy Tuesday.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:51] Well, it's it's cold. We want to be able to react in the moment to the, to the flavor of the chew, where we chew on the chewing gum for the 62nd segment that usually blows out to 60 minutes. But no, no, no, you, you are like a child that like, if I told you I got your present.
You would not stop harassing me about what did I get you, even if I preface with, I got you a surprise present and you're like, yeah, we'll just tell us where it isn't it. And so Chewy's, uh, you kryptonite, you love him. And if I, if, if we've got you in the office and it's for something special, You want to get into it.
And then I called you, I called you. I dropped it because I had to drop some things to you. And one of them being the chewy cause I needed, we needed to, you know, I'm, I'm the backbone of this segment. No, it's
Josh Janssen: [00:01:40] your segment, you know, you were delivering. So yeah, the other day before we started working from home, you dropped off, you dropped off the chewies and then we had a FaceTime call and you said you're waiting those chewies you prick.
Well, I mean, the thing is we're in lockdown, mate, just give us a break. I couldn't believe that. Thinking about all of the hassles, what are we going to do with Bodie? Like what's all this that like, and the big thing was, I. Are you having the Chewy's early? Like that was the, that was the thing that was going to be
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:15] well.
Um, as soon as I saw you having wine, cause I haven't, hadn't even thought of having a as soon as I saw you, I was like, well, fuck it.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:22] Um, I'm meeting you. I knew that you would do that. Wanted to see me do this. Well, you know,
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:30] one sort of weak link takes down everyone else, but if you're not the main weak link that started the, the full of Rome, you know, it's all good.
Yeah. So, um, today, well, there is something that we both haven't done it unless you've already done this. We're doing a chewy Tuesday, chew off.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:51] And I haven't done it yet, but what I will say is, um, when I was having one of the cinnamon Chewy's yesterday, Bray said it's, um, because it is cinnamon, it doesn't have that sort of minty fresh smell.
And I said, should I say. In the review that makes your breath smell not great. And she said specifically, she said, do not say that because you can't walk away from the guy who's got bad breath. Like it will stay with people. So she was very clear that it wasn't, that it smelled, it just smelled cinnamony and she likes the fresh mint smell.
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:31] I get it. I get it. Here are the boyfriend delivers on that today's payment today? Trident cinnamon gum, which this is like an extra, so it's like a thicker slab, um, thicker piece versus the big red last week was like straps. And can I just, can I leave this? Yeah. I don't, I didn't, I, what you just said, I don't, I don't know.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:58] the strap versus the thing, like the extra thing, what you were just talking about is a little bit of, there's just a slight thickness difference. So the Trident's a little bit.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:09] Do not compare a crepe to a pancake. It not the same
Josh Janssen: [00:04:14] thing. Can we, can we be clear? I never did. I'm saying is if you can run the segment, even though I created it, what else I is looking at the chewies.
Yeah. So you've got, maybe it's the Trident is the width about like a third, like two thirds. Of the, um, the width or just, or maybe half. So yeah, I understand
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:42] what you're saying, comparing it to a big red ones, really flat ones. Get a little pace.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:47] Yeah. Which one do you like more in regards man, flat versus thick.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:52] Trident is real good. This, this, this is my favorite cinnamon gum I've ever had. And I used to be a big believer in big grid. Um, but until I saw how many carbs. Sugar is sugar
Josh Janssen: [00:05:05] free. No, it's not that like it let's, let's not sound like where, um, all the reps, the it's only 10 calories per big red stick. But the big thing you can't deny is you can't be chewing gum that has sugar in it.
The doctors will tell you, sorry, the dentist will tell you this. The FDI will tell you this. You need to go zero sugar. If you're going to have chewy, because otherwise you are. Ruminating in sugar all day, which is not good.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:37] It is, it would be like chewing on a little gummy bear full of sugar. If there was an interest that would be great at it,
Josh Janssen: [00:05:44] but the thing, so here's a question for you.
You better off drinking a Coke quickly or slowly for your teeth.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:56] Um, I reckon if you were to like put your tongue out and then, um, you know, pour it down. So it only hits your tongue onto your throat quickly. That's better. You can just teeth or
Josh Janssen: [00:06:10] your teeth. Well, yeah, so the, the deal is that, um, uh, my mother was a dental nurse yet.
She was a dental nurse for 30 odd years. And what she would say is every, if you drink any sort of acidic drink, shares a real issue with the physio, the LaCroixs and stuff that I'm drinking at the moment, because they are sort of apparently quite acidic. And every time you take a sip, it's hitting your teeth.
It's re it's, it's attacking the enamel. And so the suggestion is if you're going to have your DC, if you're going to have your Coke, zero, if you are going to have your Pepsi, max do not sip it. If you sip it throughout the day, you think I'm being good. You're not, you are just, you are creating multiple situations where.
It's a fucking war zone in your mouth, essentially yelling at your enamel is gaining constantly attacked. So either use a straw or skull that mofo. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:14] I mean, if that's not, you know, life advice, I don't know what else. Um, but I reckon I'm just going to have a little piece of the big raid because we've got some leftover from last week, surprisingly.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:26] you're always pissed off about this yet. And so you're pissed off about this too, because I, uh, I don't know how it actually happened, but I, you said we've got to capes at least two. I thought that was two in the packet. And S sorry, I thought those three in the packet. And so I gave George and George half and may half, and we chewed on wine and we're enjoying it.
And then you came in and said, who had the fucking chewy? Was you? And then stop fucking attacking me. It gets ruined nasty.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:56] What are you having? What are you putting in your mouth right now? Be great.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:59] Oh, okay. Yeah, I know that already over friends. I know the difference text right now, so I would love, I like the big red.
I'll tell you why I tasted, you know, um, what I like about the big red is the, the, the chili spice heat. Um, there is that there was a heat, there was a bite. Hmm, but you get on the back of your throat. Can you taste that?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:30] Yeah. Oh no, this is annoying. I've just put a piece of Trident gum, the chewy one after the, after the big red, try it, take out the big red, putting the,
Josh Janssen: [00:08:43] and then just tell me what happens first.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:45] All you taste is the sweetness of it. It's like, you know, I can get around that. Well, the cinnamon kind of goes, cause you've been hit with a big reds. Quite hot.
Josh Janssen: [00:08:57] Sounds like it's now to be honest. Yeah, definitely. This segment,
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:02] not advised if you are an asthmatic.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:05] Yeah. Um, um, no, but I, um, I think, um, for day to day, an EDC everyday carry, you have to go with the tried and just for the fact that it's not a war zone in your mouth, it's it's, um, it doesn't have that sugar,
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:19] uh, well, just on the chewing stuff, like.
Teeth are a bizarre thing, like how they've evolved over. Well, you know, the human human, the time that you're trying to say evolution, like coming from think about like, um, I want to talk about human evolution taste. Think about horses, how. Over the time they've got that like gap at the back way, the, um, the reins, you know, that you pull and there's like a, a mouth piece that they were really, you know, when you write it, have you ever written a horse?
Josh Janssen: [00:09:57] Um, personal question, but, uh, I dunno. I dunno. I've um, I have you not fuck off and stop attacking me. I've had, I've written a camel. But I know, I didn't know. I know if you've read an elephant, the elephant before an elephant. Uh, yeah. I've um, I only, right, exactly.
Uh, is it true that you wrote in the Amy ones? Yeah, yeah, yeah. All the natives or the kangaroo crafted out
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:36] a horse or a kid.
What do you call
Josh Janssen: [00:10:41] that goes hard. I'm trying to think. Have I, I've got, I've had ridden a horse, but I can't see the car. Mate. We didn't know. We like, we were lucky to have enough bone arrows for the whole team. Like we went to a public school. Um, uh, no, just give me a sec. Let me think. I've been on a horse and cart.
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:06] Not still, not the same. You've have you never sat on a saddle on top of a big 500 kilogram based?
Josh Janssen: [00:11:18] So there, there are saddles for like the camels and the elephants and stuff. But no, but I mean, I don't think, I don't think so. I can't remember. It seems ridiculous. You know how, when you're a kid, I don't know if you ever did this, but when you would go to a fate.
Yeah, it was like the, um, there might've been a horse, but there was also, um, the local bikey. Now the local bike here that would take you on a Holly around the, do you remember
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:43] that? For my birthday? One year we got Harley Davidson rides and so that's cool. I don't think they bikeys in the sense of tough
Josh Janssen: [00:11:53] they're
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:53] criminal.
Barkies these are, they're like. Hot rodders almost like your dad. Yes they love it. And so it brings joy to them to get some little tacker on the back, just loving life. But I remember this and fires of us out the front of our place on a motorbike. Anyway, we digress. It's not about whether you've written up, you haven't written a whole, I mean, that's something that's a big first that we can do all the time.
We can see you trot off and it's probably going to be a winery tour and that . Yeah, down in the peninsula, you can ride horseback between wineries and have a few sips. I dunno. But over the years, horse horses, mouths have evolved. That's what I've heard. Um, I wonder if chewing gum or like the human mouth, how, how it's evolved over the years?
Like wisdom, teeth, what do they format? They serve any purpose. Maybe many, many years ago, it's bone anyway. Um, just sent us a, a site with 43 wild facts of human evolution. Um, and I'm going to read a few she's she's given us, she's done some she's given us some numbers. Number 36, 29, 27. These are all the number.
So within the list, number 36 choke artists. All right, here we
Josh Janssen: [00:13:21] go. So do you want me to guess what a choke artist is or is it as it sames?
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:26] Now this is fun. What's the choke artist.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:30] My guess is a choke artist. Is someone that sort of, um, almost in the realm of a magician, the table to sort of choke themselves out.
Make themselves unconscious and then bring themselves back
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:42] or people thought we had a choke artist the other day when you grabbed me from behind. Oh yeah. Behind them from behind and choked me out. Um, no, uh, humans are the only mammals that faces significant risk of choking on food. Why the lowering of the voice box, which is exactly what makes it possible for us to speak similar primates, like a.
Capuchin monkey, for example, how do you reference a monkey? No one's ever heard of a cappuccino Capuchin. Have you heard of a Capuchin monkey?
Josh Janssen: [00:14:19] No, I haven't written horse.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:21] Yeah. True, true. Struggled to create the sounds for speech because their voice boxes never descended in the words of the linguist, Steven Pinker.
At some point evolution chose human speech over human breathing. Personally, I would not take, I would not take not choking over speaking. So that's interesting. So yeah, you can. It was, it was the deal with the devil, you know, it was either never choke, but you can't speak or speak, but you watch it when your fucking at VU demand second back a snail, it could
Josh Janssen: [00:15:01] kill you.
Oh. So you think it's like, so it's the food choking sort of thing. It's well, I thought it was more sort of like, yeah, that makes sense. That makes sense. I straight away went to sort of like being attacked, like how we can die.
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:14] Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Oh, this is a good run hiccups. There's no game there for you, but maybe you think about what a hiccup is.
Yeah, Josh has eaten bread a bit too fast around the office.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:25] Like it pray actually gets mad at me, mid hiccup. Like if it happens a lot with cheese, it's just, you know what I mean? Just like. Aye. I, I
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:38] feel braise, rage. There's something annoying about it. And it's just like, if a kid who's eating too many chocolates shooting himself in the corny, just like, I'm not like that's annoying, you're annoying, but you made me feel better
Josh Janssen: [00:15:52] because you said Amy does
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:54] it.
Yeah. When she eats bread, it's like, It's like, it's like, she's a, you know, a little, little kid just getting, you know, hasn't eaten in weeks. Just getting a bit of bread. It's it too fast. It's something about how much you chew it. I think. Uh huh. I reckon you then,
Josh Janssen: [00:16:12] do you feel like it's more than a hiccup for me, it's almost like a, it's closer to a heart attack that outside than a hiccup because it's sort of my chest now saving that.
It's like a, like a, a physical, yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:28] So was trying to go down and get stopped. All right, here we go. He caps may also be a leftover from back when we were an aquatic species, basically. The same muscle used to produce a to process water in a fish's gills is what's responsible for the contraction we feel when the diaphragm goes into spasm I a hiccup.
Okay, there you go. You diaphragm spasming, Josh. Remember the next time you're expecting the hiccups. It's. Really just your fishy heritage coming out, treat them by leaping into the nearest ocean. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:06] Talking about that reminds me of crocodiles. I was, I watched a clip from Matt
No. I was watching a Joe Rogan clip on YouTube, uh, when he had a Elon Musk on for the second time, the other day. Did you listen to that episode? Yeah, I've got about
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:25] 20 minutes ago.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:26] Okay. So a couple of things, uh, so that we'll talking about. Good. ALS did you hear that bit?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:33] Yeah. Yeah. Donna
Josh Janssen: [00:17:34] saying it's a bit wild.
They survived. Yeah. And just like so raw, like rotting, meat,
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:40] the way they survived, the. Thousands of years, uh, and not going extinct, they can eat anything just rotten carcasses, yak.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:50] And so they did, they survive the big bang,
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:54] right? I'm not Elon Musk. Why are you asking me? Can you just do
Josh Janssen: [00:17:58] a Google. Uh, I've got a mic, my hand.
Okay. position. And so, um, uh,
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:07] it could be, could have been pre pre pre like big bang and then was the big, big bang is suggesting that that's how
are you looking it up?
Josh Janssen: [00:18:23] No, no, don't worry about it. The, the, um, Yeah, we need to get some sort of expert on to talk about it. But the other thing that I thought was interesting from that chat very quickly was,
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:34] um, Josh, the big bang theory is that leading explanation about how the universe began. So, so it's, so they bought the eyesight, then you're saying the assets.
Yes, I started. Okay. Yes. And so see. Yeah. So that was pre and then. So
Josh Janssen: [00:18:53] there was the big bang and then I need, uh, some sort of a timeline printed out. It's good
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:00] tonight. We'll get it tattooed on your arm, mate. All right. You ready for the next one? Go for it. Pink eye. Have you ever had pink car?
Josh Janssen: [00:19:10] No, but as it got Mr.
Pinkie, give me his feedback. Well, the guy from earlier in the
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:19] article. Maybe pink eyes, like the, maybe it's, um, conjunctivitis is that it it's like people refer to pink eyes conjunctivitis anyway. All right. The small pink tissue in the corner of the eyes left over from a third eyelid. I know, you know that stuff where you sleep sort of pulls up.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:40] I'm pointing it out. I understand that. So I understand sleep, but what's the sleep pulling up
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:44] stuff? No, no, no. So. So in the corner of your eye is where sometimes the corner closest to you knows on each eye, you can see the pink tissue at the joint at the very corner. And sometimes, well, sleep can pull over to that part of the eye.
And so when you wake up, you just like people rub their eye and get the sleep out. Anyway. I always thought that that area was like, The place where you, it just sort of sends it all, but they're saying that it is leftover from a third eyelid, similar to those found in a bird or reptile. It helps to protect your eyes by keeping them moist.
Um, Does this support the rep reptile Illuminati theory. Okay. This website, just adding in commentary as well, like facts and commentary. It's
Josh Janssen: [00:20:37] like when you read anything where you just inject the dumb shit into it, and we don't know if it's real or not. So they'd actually said the Illuminati thing it
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:45] actually did.
All right. So I'm going to give you a couple options of which one you can go next for the final one. So foot, muscle, um, Here we go. Number 16, no Neanderthals and humans, or we've got number 13 blushing
Josh Janssen: [00:21:06] or we've got foot muscles please. Foot
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:09] muscles. Yeah. Is that because you see
Josh Janssen: [00:21:12] yourself as well? You've had your toes and foot issues previously.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:17] Okay. Foot muscle about 9% of the human population today has an utterly useless muscle in their leg. It's called the plantaris muscle and it's used to have a legit. It used to have a legitimate use back it now, monkey days, it helped it helped us to grip and manipulate objects with our toes. Now, of course, our fancy fingers and thumbs have taken over that function, leaving the plan terrorists out of work.
In fact, the thumb has rendered the plan towers, muscles, so useless. Scientists like to use it when reconstructing other parts of the body.
Josh Janssen: [00:22:01] That's interesting.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:04] That's full on what are useless. I mean, there are one terrace plan terrorists. I don't even know what, like what's it doing? How is it even staying alive?
You know? How's it keeping its thickness.
Josh Janssen: [00:22:16] Yeah, I think I don't quite understand it. Oh,
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:22] yeah, because this is very relative, not hairy humans, one square inch of human skin. Has as many or more hair producing follicles as other primates. The difference is ours is lighter, thinner, and shorter. I just ruin the segment by bringing that up.
Sorry guys. Why
Josh Janssen: [00:22:43] that's dumb. That's okay. Did nothing. Do you know you lose, you lose ground 70 a hair strain today. Do you, as in,
um, now I, I saw a beauty, like, uh, maybe a Joanna Fleming, uh, on her Insta. She was doing, she's got, um, a beauty podcast and she was doing sort of Insta, uh, you know, ask me anything. And someone was saying, Hey, I'm losing 20 hairs a day. She was like, Hey, up to seventies, all good
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:17] up to set bit. How would you. I mean, IME loses hair quite frequently, but it's just, I think it's just more noticeable based on the length of them.
Right. And so if she has a shower, I'm always surprised that she's not completely bald by the end of the week. Thank you. How are they growing? Are they growing that quick or you just have so many of them? That's what I didn't understand. I think
Josh Janssen: [00:23:42] many it's ridiculous.
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:44] It's crazy. I mean, what what's, um, how. I was just thinking about sure.
Some women suffer. Um, um, what's it called? Um, Ella patient, Ella patients. So they lose their hair, but traditionally, like majority of women have hair. Why, why is it that men go bald? Like why did men get that deal?
Josh Janssen: [00:24:10] Do you think that that's like the testosterone thing.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:13] I, yeah. I don't know a lot of
Josh Janssen: [00:24:16] questions, not many answers.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:18] We need answers. Do
Josh Janssen: [00:24:19] we know the scientists? We need some sort of scientists that we can call up on these occasions. One thing that I can speak to a lot is torches. And, um, I've got a great, um, once a week, I like to now I've charged it. You can turn it on. Um, uh, I think that'd be fun to do like a torch talk segment maybe once a week where I can tell you a funny torch story.
And this story comes from the weekend where we had some plumbing issues and I saw the plumber using his iPhone to try and like light up what he was trying to say. Right. I just thought. This is not good. So I went over, I said, Hey, do you want a torch? He said, Oh yeah, that'd be helpful. And so I ran so quickly get my torch and breeders, like, which is watching me going, like he's, he's, he's got his moment.
And, um, I gave it to him. I gave it to him on a real high setting. Like it would have, if he held it for too long, it would have burnt his hands. Shit, fuck me. Not a blowtorch.
I gave it to him and he was flicking through the settings and I wanted to explain it. I said to him, ah, like you just do want me to show you how to use it. And I just liked his response, which was right. I went Microsoft windows on one, my own, I've got this, that's a good response. And then he, but then he went for like five minutes talking about, yeah.
You know, windows. I did all my, like just talked about it for ages. He loved talking. You're trying to tell yourselves. Okay,
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:54] we're talking
Josh Janssen: [00:25:55] who on the talking, he w he won based on, he was able to turn off the torch. Um, but, but not before he put it in strobe. And that was when I asked him it was like strobing up the joints.
Do you need a hand with the torch? Um, he, um, uh, like I think Bray Bray was getting pissed off at me because, um, I was egging him on, like, I'm just asking him questions. Like I said to him, he's trying to get push, push through some sort of blockage. And I said, Oh, You start like, Oh, you know, we have to go from this one, this one I might get, can you not like, might be S simple question, but could you just vacuum it with something, like use some sort of vacuum technology and then he went into, Oh yeah.
You'd think, but now they don't have any technology like that. And then I asked him about his, um, he's got a camera that he'd like, you know, put it through the system. And then I said, okay,
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:47] through the pipe, you
Josh Janssen: [00:26:50] guys like use them, like how long you had them for. He's like, ah, I guess that's like asking how long have mobile phones been around?
I said, and I said, ah, early nineties, he's pissed off that. I gave him an answer. And then he's like, ah, you know, like, and he started telling me about like, Oh, you know, the Dell, the big phones, you know, you had a real, real, massive, massive phone, big brick phones. Um, And then I realized I'm like, I'm not getting any information on this camera.
And so it turns out they're bad. 10, 10 years. His point was someone had invented something 30 years ago that no one was using, but in the last 10 years it's become popular. And he, he, um, he's had his unit for about four years, but it is called like he was showing it was giving a lot of detail. About
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:44] his, the job plumbing.
Yeah. Just understanding. I mean, it's just like, yeah. If you ever want to have a conversation with someone who's a tradie, just get him, get him fired up about what they, they do. Make it all about them. It is a
Josh Janssen: [00:27:59] good, and that's what I was doing. Like I was definitely, I was asking, uh, like just, I nearly asked, Oh, how'd you get into this?
But, um, I just thought, like, I think we're paying by the hour and I could tell, like he was explaining Everett. Like I just, part of me, I understood that it's like, it seems like quite a lonely job. And he, um, you know, there was one sec, like he was a guy who was very sort of, um, vocal. Throughout the whole experience.
So it's like, you know where I'm in the house and he's at the front trying to work out. Like I'm trying to get the camera up the pipe from the front of the house and you just hit. Fuck. So wait, like got way up. So I, is it all good? He's ah, it just, um, it forks off and I can't get it up, get it up there. So we can't, we can't say see what's going on, but like the way that he was talking, I thought.
Uh, he'd hurt himself.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:57] Yeah. Nah, it's my dad.
He'd be like, ah, I just lost my, lost
Josh Janssen: [00:29:06] my measurement. Yeah. But he also, he reminded me. Of may with like video projects where it's like, he's been around for a while. So he's saying things gone, go wrong. And so he's like, you know, he's tiny. He had something just like this before I ruined the whole kitchen, I had to move out.
It was an insurance thing. I was like, okay. She's like, yeah, this is not good. This is not. And then like, um, He said, ah, so we'll just need to put, we, we need to get someone to put their feet over this like hole wet, like a drain sort of thing. So it doesn't go up when he was like putting through some sort of like pressure hose.
And he said, now, you know, I don't know how long this is going to take. Cause I don't know if you guys are comfortable with putting your foot on it or do I need to get some more people in to I'm like, ah, Put the foot on the drain is like, yeah, it's like, Mike, I can do that things. I'm a useless fuck. But then he's like, Oh, you know, but I can't be held responsible for any of the, you know, like there could be, you know, we don't know what, what sort of shoes out, but yeah, no, no, no, no.
I'm like what sort of like, shit is there? I'm like, isn't it our own.
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:21] Cause you can get dirty. You can get, um, hepatitis. Now you can get like from sewage there's if, if it was maybe I shouldn't have
Josh Janssen: [00:30:30] done that,
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:32] unless it sprayed everywhere sometimes
Josh Janssen: [00:30:35] will. Thank you. I think you're fine.
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:38] Okay. That's
Josh Janssen: [00:30:40] funny. I do enjoy a chat with a tradie though.
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:43] Tradie. Chat's great.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:44] Maybe we could do that. Maybe once a month. We could get a tradie on. And we could just ask a bunch of questions. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:52] I mean, what you're seeing is you really have to treat them like they're experts who have come into your house. If you had to, if you had a aquarium or like a fish expert, come to your house, to look at your fish, you'd be asking more different questions.
It's like my dad, you do it with him. With plants eating. He loves it, loves chatting the pet plants and something about hearing somebody who loves something. Talk there's, someone's just loving on a topic.
Josh Janssen: [00:31:21] And when they explain it to like, he really got into it, like, um, yeah, explaining like, uh, now I feel comfortable doing some plumbing.
I've got just enough, just enough info to be dangerous. Do you have a plan you're at your place?
Tommy Jackett: [00:31:38] Um, you mean like a, like a plunger that, yeah. No, I don't. Really my kids were
Josh Janssen: [00:31:45] in a, like a older house. Like that's a thing now. That's like, you have plunges being in apartment blocks. You didn't really need a plunger, but the pressure
Tommy Jackett: [00:31:56] I've been into, I've moved into a house that had a plunger that was not ours, which is almost like 12.
Think about the problems that have happened. That's an easy to use. Don't I've never had to really use it actually. I should have had a plunger once I had to use. So I looked at how you could, um, I looked up how you could create a plunger at home. And if you wrap a toilet brush, if you put a plastic bag around that, it can, it can become a plunger.
Don't know like it can, it can seal off and sort of just push, push, whatever sounds
Josh Janssen: [00:32:32] like a sad day for
Tommy Jackett: [00:32:33] you yet. Is that my one using a fucking toilet brush is one thing. Putting a plastic bag over it. Oh yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:32:43] Art. Yeah. I remember as a kid accidentally being at a mate's place and being really particular with wiping my ass, cause I never would go to the toilet, like do a shit at their, like at people's houses and I needed to.
And so I was being very particular and I took the. Toilet roll toilet paper, roll off the thing. So I could like get the time I accidentally drew
into the bar. Do what are you doing? I was fucking panicked. I was like, can I flush this fucking thing down? It's gotten so big. That's why you don't shit at people's places. Anyway. It's a daily talk show. I hope you're enjoying lockdown. If you are in lockdown, if you're out and about and hope you're having a good day with that too.
We'll see tomorrow guys. Have a good one.
Tommy Jackett: [00:33:37] Say guys.