#974 – GM Jess Co-Hosts The Podcast/
- March 5, 2021
Jess is filling in for Josh! Jess and Tommy talk about their LinkedIn anniversary, being the only girl in the office, Jess’s leather jacket collection, love languages and farting in the office.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Jess & Tommy’s LinkedIn anniversary
- Being the only girl in the office
- Girl chat
- Lord Mayors of Melbourne
- Love languages
- Feralness in the office
- Jess working in a night club
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Tommy Jackett: [00:00:00] Very low barrier to get into the wrong spot. We've committed to do the daily talk show for 10 years. I had guys, did they in the calendar just like to check the temperature in the room. I told you my squeegee story.
Jess Lucas: [00:00:20] It's the daily talk show episode 974.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:25] Going on. Get a . Hey, Josh. I mean, Jess, welcome to the show, Jess. You're filling in for Josh as he's, uh, taken some time off a couple of days. Well, actually it's a public holiday today is a public holiday. So he had Friday off. He's just resting recuperating. Yeah. Yeah. I would've liked to switch off, but I was thinking I can't like.
There is a fucking feeling, having your kid. There's so many great things about having a kid. One of them is one of them that's really bad is. Think about, think about listening to music. You liked just going from one song to another. You're a folk girl. Apparently not. That's what we said. When you started working, when you started working here, what music do you like folk?
What's folk, what are you listening to? I can't even name a folk song, but, um, I can't name
Jess Lucas: [00:01:19] any songs that are
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:20] recertified, but here's the thing with a kid wanting back-to-back songs for yourself is a fucking luxury. Like, I just want to have time where I can listen to Drake back to back uninterrupted uninterrupted.
The best thing is when he, when he finds a song that I like. And then he likes it. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:01:42] And sorry, jam out
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:43] together. Yeah. So that is very positive, but even just like, I want to watch a movie. That's not your movie. I just little things just anyway. That's um, it's all about positivity here. It is a daily
Jess Lucas: [00:01:54] talk show.
And it's unfortunate as well, because I sit right next to you at work. And I'm probably that Bodie at work. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:03] Fucking hell no, no, no. We love you here. Well, it's
Jess Lucas: [00:02:07] funny that you bring that up because, uh, over the weekend I messaged you on LinkedIn mate.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:13] I literally thought you got hacked. I literally thought you got hacked.
Um, hang on. I'm just going to pull this up because it was bizarre. It was bizarre. Like there's a lot of automation on LinkedIn. Well, as in like people saying, congratulations on the new job. And then you sent me like this full graphic and it says it's got like bagels and I'm going to turn it sideways so you can really sit, hang on.
It just says, thank you, Tommy jacket. And I'm like, ah, she's been taken by the Russian hackers. And it just said, I just wanted to say hashtag thank you. I said, Lord, what is this? Have you been hacked? And when did you send that? You had like
Jess Lucas: [00:02:50] nighttime. Yeah, it was not time. I was in bed and I was going through my LinkedIn and I saw that it was our one-year anniversary.
So happy anniversary.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:59] So is this the anniversary of us becoming LinkedIn buddies? Correct? Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:03:03] So you and I, uh, on the 5th of March last year had our first conversation.
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:10] Oh, yeah. And that was, um, well, I emailed you and you, um, and, and you didn't get back to me straight away. Didn't it go into your, into your spam?
Jess Lucas: [00:03:21] Yeah. I remember going into spam, but
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:23] luckily for me that you answered it because we needed your help. And then, um, and then we had a conversation which was on a weekend. So, and then, so did I add you was either desperate one that added you before we even spoke? How has that from a working relationship?
Jess Lucas: [00:03:43] Yeah. You were stalking my LinkedIn to see what I was about. And so I need to see what you were about. And I think that's when I first maybe discovered it. Uh, the talk show
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:51] usually. And so what are you doing on LinkedIn? Just in bed, just having to catch up. What does that look like for you? Um,
Jess Lucas: [00:03:57] do you not do that before you go to bed?
Do you just check it ups?
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:00] Well, I mean, last night I was watching, um, uh, boxing matches. I, uh, NPM just like fucking watching Ryan Garcia if you had a wrong out here,
Jess Lucas: [00:04:12] but I don't know. I don't know
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:13] anything about him. King Ryan. He's like this young dude and he's an absolute weapon. Absolute weapon of a boxer, like a very light, but just so quick.
And he's just knocking people out of his own, a heap of money. And he's like 19 or 20 now, but he's, he knows he's, he's like a good looking young kid who was blown up on the Instagram too. Like, so he's, you know, a famous young little boxer. He's just killing it,
Jess Lucas: [00:04:38] killing him. And we loaded. I really, really, really wanted to get tickets to that mundane fight ends or alpha,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:44] but yeah.
Yeah. Well, it's in your home. It was in your hometown to go. Um, it's so nice to have someone that I can just talk boxing with, you know, on the show.
Jess Lucas: [00:04:52] Well, we do joke about that a
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:53] lot. Don't we? Well, it's that, um, Well, you want to start a show. That's more sort of
Jess Lucas: [00:04:58] tight because for those who don't know, I bring the toxic masculinity.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:06] I admit it. We with, we were a couple of blocks in an office and we didn't know what he does.
Jess Lucas: [00:05:13] The only female in the office now. And I really have to bring that masculine energy.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:18] We call you the ball
Jess Lucas: [00:05:21] and it's hard because I mean your pretty masculine am I? Thanks, Matt.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:26] It's not the locker fellow. It fellow male.
Jess Lucas: [00:05:33] I mean, it's hard because Josh kind of has some fam qualities.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:37] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, you will kick the shit out of
Um, no, that is funny. Um, in term, in terms of working in a environment with like, I think we got a good mix here. We've got. Georgie boy. Um, you know, he he's sex is in the title of his nickname, Josh, myself, and you, the only gal in the office, which is great. Uh, but is it confronting? Is it, um, like, I mean, that's just how it's played out.
Like. As in the, the breakdown of sexes. Yeah. But how does that work for you? Like how do you, because you came from what you came from a business of all girls. Yeah, yeah,
Jess Lucas: [00:06:18] yeah. Real female dominated industry.
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:22] Men can't even make a break in that. Didn't no, no it is. But, um, you do it best. Thank
Jess Lucas: [00:06:27] you. Um, it's hard when it's like, you guys just don't talk like girls.
Like what does that mean though? Well, I don't know. I think, um, When you talk to a guy, they, I think they want to find, they just want to get to the solution real quick. They don't want to like talk about or elaborate on, on different things. I think that's the point of difference between being in a girl office and being in a all guy office, you guys are just like, Oh yeah, cool.
And then move on, whereas like the goes like, Oh, but what about, you know, you're going to go on a second date or like, you know, how did that make you feel? Or like, what positions did you use? Like that kind of thing. So
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:06] is it, is it an excitement to the conversation about the little things like, is that what it is like?
Because I even feel with, when Amy's talking to me about certain things and it gets to the point where there are the very small details and I've tuned out, it's probably, I can't give her what her friends do. Cause it's like, even just like the, my interest level, it's like, it dies. And so I just want to move on.
Jess Lucas: [00:07:33] what else do you have to do? Why don't you want to engage in the
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:38] conversation? If we were to have a convo now about something and I can sort of just bring that quality to it, which, which is not my go-to. What is, um, let's talk. Okay. Let's talk. Um, I mean, we can't, it's not stereotypical that it's all about dating.
Like this could relate to anything. I think dating's like a, would be us, you know, an easy win for us because I could just sort of ask details about the date. And so I want it to be more of a day to day, like at your old office. Like let's replicate that. What would happen? What would happen or what's a subject that you could see yourself?
Like you don't watch, you don't watch trashy television, so we can't relate on that. No. Um, I mean, I don't even watch it, so I can't even bring anything to that term.
Jess Lucas: [00:08:25] I don't know. I don't even know what we used to talk about, but all I know is that it's just not the same in this office. Maybe I did engage in other people's.
Stories or like talking about clients or, you know, issues that they might've been having on a campaign or things like that. But we're just such a tight knit team that we know everything as it happens kind of thing. Thank you. Okay.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:49] Here we go. Yeah, it was, I, I had mentioned you jacket when we got here, we're actually into role playing now.
Um, so where's that from the checker
Jess Lucas: [00:08:57] and this is an inner Palle number. In appellee. Yeah. Do you know her? No. Don't where, where are they? So Melbourne based or Jalong based potentially, but yeah, Melbourne, John. Um, and yeah. So these changes are, uh,
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:12] any, any big names wearing
Jess Lucas: [00:09:15] in the backyard with Holly? She loves it.
Yeah. Rizzoli Russian
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:22] Russian Maritain Nick,
Jess Lucas: [00:09:23] correct? Yeah. Me on, um, Clubhouse
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:28] Nick does. Had you known
Jess Lucas: [00:09:30] Nick? No, he just follows me. I was an RJ clubhouse member, but does
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:34] Nick, does Nick have your number from some activation event? And so he can see Jess Lucas is on
Jess Lucas: [00:09:42] clubhouse. I have no idea why he follows me.
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:46] possess in that way. I mean, it's, it's a weird app because it's not, it's not as personal as like Instagram. Does he follow
Jess Lucas: [00:09:51] her on Instagram? No. I think it's an accident somehow. Is it? Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:58] Thank you. Next. Great. Um, Nikki's running for me. Yeah,
Jess Lucas: [00:10:03] I did. He's got a real influencer following. Doesn't he? Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:06] Do you think, do you think he could get me?
Jess Lucas: [00:10:09] I don't think so. Surely not. I don't know. I just don't think he has made breads. They do do a lot of, um, so they. Look after a portfolio of things that they do for the city of Melbourne, I suppose obviously the events play a key part in
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:26] it.
Do you remember John? No. John. So when was he?
Jess Lucas: [00:10:31] Lord, may John. So do you know I'm from Bendigo? Oh yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:34] True.
Jess Lucas: [00:10:36] Oh, I know he's Sally caps in now and, uh, and potentially the old man, but I can't remember the name.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:43] Let me see if I can, uh, is a Hong Kong, Australian businessmen who served as the a hundred and second Lord mayor of Melbourne.
Um, back in, when was it? 2000 now he's born in 1946, John. So he was like, Oh, he was comedic. He was great. And he just had this little smile. He was so cute. There he is. There is Mr. John, so don't even recognize him. And so, I mean, Nick Russian is a guy who owned a nightclub. Yeah. And I've had no, no, no, no. Uh, Oh, skip me one night rocked up there.
Grand grand Prix. Um, after party was happening there and somehow my mate and I talked our way in
Jess Lucas: [00:11:26] downstairs,
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:30] downstairs. Um, it had a dance floor that had one of those, you know, the lighting up floors like studio 54. No, no, no, fuck. It's cold. It's gone now. It's gone. It was in like, um, port, uh, South Melbourne.
Yeah. Oh, if you're in Melbourne and you're kicking yourself right now. Sorry about this guys. Yeah. So anyway, Nicole, Nicole. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:11:54] Yeah. He's a big dog. I dunno. He could bring a bit of life into the music and entertainment scene.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:01] It's the thing they know, they know their city. Yeah. And so, but we're not giving.
We're not giving Lord mere status to worry Kapur. Who's a, you know, lives in Melbourne. Um, anyway, uh, big Judd. You like a fashion.
Jess Lucas: [00:12:14] Good fashion. I prefer as Allie is to be honest, she's just a little bit more like my vibe, like a little bit more monitoring,
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:22] potentially. What's your, what's your vibe sort of just your blacks and whites.
Jess Lucas: [00:12:28] Monochromes. Yeah, no, I mean, these jeans have blue,
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:33] pretty dark blue. Show me that they're lighter. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:12:38] What's your top. Oh, this is author in Holly. I'm just checking that's to you today by Anna Polly. Thanks for
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:44] listening guys.
Jess Lucas: [00:12:47] Well, we don't want to talk about this. Well, we do now. Um, so this jacket.
No. So this is one of the jackets that I got when I bought two for 550, something like that. But I mean, it's worth a lot more. I just got it on sale.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:03] Why is it so you could sell it now
Jess Lucas: [00:13:06] for how much? No, cause it's used, but I can, I could almost get 300 potentially I can, I could make more money. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:13] Is she, um, she got a bit of a cult following like that.
Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's the great thing about leather jackets that you can, you can buy a 20 year old leather jacket. That is just, it's been weathered, but it's like, it looks better now than it once was.
Jess Lucas: [00:13:27] Um, and this has got my curves in it now. So it's not as tight.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:31] Have you got much on after pay
Jess Lucas: [00:13:34] a little bit, but I'm not about that credit
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:37] life.
Yeah. You don't even have a credit card. No, never have you. You scared of debt. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:13:43] Really scared of debt.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:44] Why have you ever had debt
Jess Lucas: [00:13:46] Jeanie? Well, my mom and dad, a little bit of money after when I went overseas, I borrowed some. Yeah. Um, but yeah, that was about it. Yeah. I don't like it because I've always, never lived beyond my mains and I don't necessarily want to, I think I'd go into debt
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:02] years ago, we bought a 500 bucks with leather jackets and that's just two of them.
How many of you own a, for M how much would your wardrobe be worth? Just throw it a little number at it. Aren't
Jess Lucas: [00:14:12] going to be over 10 grand at least far out. Between shoes, jackets, quotes, tops, dresses. Yeah. Hmm. Maybe, maybe a little bit less, but yeah, time definitely. Um, actions, but actually doing things for me.
I think acts of service, acts of service. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:33] Yeah. Um, uh, I've got a blend quality time. Uh, love, love people doing shit for me. Quality
Jess Lucas: [00:14:44] time is also, I think that's yeah, they kind of similar vein. Yeah. Like I don't like gifts. I mean, I like gifts, but I don't, I'm not about gifts.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:52] not about gifts.
Connecting it to how you thinking like that. Person's done something for me. And that's like being so obsessed with. What it all means by someone giving you something beyond the gift itself. Yeah. Because some people just really see the worth in that. Isn't it funny though, because when you think about, um, how it's for you, then it's for someone else, but we get so caught up in thinking like we are for ourselves, that someone else is going to be that same way.
And so people who might love receiving gifts ends up buying gifts for other people. Cause they. Unconsciously. Yes. It's going to do that for them. And next minute, they're just like, yeah, sure. But then you're disappointed the way someone's reacted to accepting a gift, but this is
Jess Lucas: [00:15:38] also the way boys and girls think as well.
I think a lot of the time, like we just think, I know that's not the only type of relationship that you can have, but I'm thinking about you and Amy, do you have the same love language?
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:49] No, definitely not. Like Amy loves giving presents. Yeah. Loves it, loves it. And so. Yeah, I don't. I mean, yeah, I don't like giving presents.
I don't really care receiving. I, I don't, I know that I should give presence, which is the nice thing, but, um, but Amy actually loves the whole process of getting a gift like wrapping, you know, getting it to somebody. Whereas I ha I can't stand that. Like I know for the other person it's nice. Of course. But then.
Yeah, it's so funny. And so we had, we are very different like that. I wonder compatibilities between love languages. Like if you are very similar, can you, can you hit it off?
Jess Lucas: [00:16:31] I think, sorry. I think that's almost better. I would say. Yeah, quality time and acts of service. Or if, if they, I don't know when did mow the lawn for me on the weekend or, you know, Took the bins out of that kind of thing.
Like, I'd appreciate that over them coming home with flowers or perfume or whatever it is.
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:50] Do you think it's ever bitten you on the bum, your, uh, you in ability to read a love language? Um,
Jess Lucas: [00:16:59] ah, I don't
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:00] know, like an ex-boyfriend or something.
Jess Lucas: [00:17:03] Um, I don't think so. I mean, I think like obviously if you receive a present, you're going to be excited.
And just the fact that they thought about that to do, I told you about the guy that bought me Avaaz
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:16] to say, sorry,
Jess Lucas: [00:17:20] we don't want to talk about it. It's very kind of fat forever. Um, yeah. Yeah. And so I, we obviously, yeah, he was an absolute dog. Um, and, uh, to say, sorry, he bought me a vase and it was just so random.
And I was like, How does this, uh, how do you apologize with the bars that I didn't even need or want that we'd never spoken about vases before, but yet he comes with the bars, no flowers in it, by the way, it's not like he gave me a vase with flowers to say, sorry. And yeah, it was just kind of like he are, so maybe that that's an example because he thought that he was giving me something that might have rectified what he said.
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:01] So maybe thought that was. The way to say, sorry. Or like the habit is we watch movies and see how she goes down. And then if you're not connected to her who you are, how you feel or how, how you're, how you process things, you then just look, look elsewhere. And so think about Valentine's day, the clear, clear fucking day where you buy somebody, something it's usually.
The male buying, you know, someone flowers. And so girls love to be traded. I know, like you said, you can plenty of partners doing that version for all sexes, but it's like key dudes could think that buying, you know, a woman roses is what a woman loves, but then if you're not taking note of what your woman loves or what your partner loves, then you fucked it.
Because if you know, like RO it is yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:18:56] I think the most romantic thing is when you it's, it is tailored to your partner. So, um, you know, the type of flower that they love, or like, I would rather chocolate over flowers any day of the week. I love flowers, but I think if I got a box or something like that, I'd be like, yo, my man, what
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:15] is it that you.
You just like chocolate.
Jess Lucas: [00:19:18] I love chocolate. Okay. I have a real sweet tooth issue and it's a, it's an issue. It's an issue. I, um, yeah, I need to go to say, say, say chocolates,
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:31] chocolates, anonymous, chocolates anonymous. That's where I need to go, but then there's not chocolate there. I have real issues. But you, are you secret eating? No, no, no, not. I know that you're pretty strict. If not on the verge of annoying, like ruining the office with your smelly bin from fucking dead pockets, choking on a bit of Turkey in the office, like food will be the death of you.
Jess Lucas: [00:20:03] that I'm that person. Um, I should be like, you guys are feral around the office. Sometimes
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:10] one thing you will dilate if you choke on a bit of tickets, cause you've been dieting training.
Jess Lucas: [00:20:20] Okay. This is the difference around the office between a female office and a male office. You guys just walk around burping snorting, just, yeah.
You, you suck back a bit personal attack. Nah, it's fine. You guys live your best lives. That's okay. I'll deal with it. Um, but Josh literally said to me last week, um, just fart. I was like
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:47] that because I'm not fighting around the office.
Jess Lucas: [00:20:50] Um, but the, I literally, you know, I have my ear phones in and one of you guys would just be like, Whoa, and just burping.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:59] What's the rule. If you are the HR department of our business, what is, what is the rule like? I mean, some of these things are just manners and, and, and are you saying. Uh, publicly that we have none, like, are you saying that our manners are shot here? Or are you saying that we're just uncomfortable? Cause I think any workplace I've worked in, there's never been a fucking memo about how you should act in terms of burping.
Like, I think it's a standard that.
Jess Lucas: [00:21:30] We ever actually
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:31] live by, we'll read the room and maybe we've read the room. So it's like being out at a public event. I definitely wouldn't burp it, but I'd probably burp here around my friends. Yeah. But then it's like a workplace is professional friends, but also professional.
Jess Lucas: [00:21:48] yeah, it's a hard blind. I think we, we, we walk on the line. I think that's where we're at. Yeah. We're not going around. Fighting in front of each other. Yep. I'm sure we'll get there.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:02] Josh is the guy who reeled off that fat line. Yeah. But he's not even fighting
Jess Lucas: [00:22:07] around the office. No, I think he would though.
If he could. I think he does. I think he just,
he does a silo. He just doesn't make them loud and known, you
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:18] know, I've traveled with Josh and he, and he has, um, Like him in the morning, just circuit wandering down in these sort of like baggy shorts, just top off, but that's traveling with him. That's us being in an Airbnb
Jess Lucas: [00:22:34] together. But I wonder if he would do that if I was there or would I have my own room?
Cause I'm a female.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:41] Well, I mean, I didn't, I slept in the lounge room. Okay. Josh was in the bedroom with Bray. Ah, yeah. Okay. But would he do that in front of you? That is the question. Who are you willing? To burps, one thing fat's another. Um, but there's, uh, I mean for a guy that, for a guy that doesn't do number twos in our office, he's sure, concerned about other people doing number twos and how they are feeling, but it's a projection because I've got no problems with anyone doing a number two here.
Jess Lucas: [00:23:11] I do. Because the toilet is obviously right there. Right.
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:16] But who are you thinking? So is your, you've got a problem based on you having a problem personally, when it comes to that, like, let's talk toilets at a business where there's all men, a gaggle of girls. Okay. Yeah. So there's like your last business, the last business you worked at?
Yeah. What is that?
Jess Lucas: [00:23:34] Well, I mean, old girl business, or we had a feminine hygiene facilities. So that was one thing. And then how so? I, didn't
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:45] not having them. No. You're head of head of hygiene. Head of HR. Yeah, no, I mean, we have the range. One thing about this office since we've been graced with your presence is that I think it's become more cleaner.
Definitely like you sort of drove that home a bit messy before COVID and sort of the transition of going out and coming back in, but it is a much cleaner place. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:24:11] It's nice. Um, in terms of like number twos, would we talk about it? I feel like I'd feel a little bit less. I had didn't feel if I needed to go.
You know, I'd do it,
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:25] which is what
Jess Lucas: [00:24:26] I do. No, because you can hear it. Like you guys are the toilet and the fucking pressure that comes out.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:32] I pride myself on being able to not admit that sound. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:24:38] And so it's funny because I actually spoke to Josh about this and he likes to not hit the ball and go straight for the hoarder because he feels like it's a, it sounds like it's a healthy stream.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:51] It's optics for that guy,
Jess Lucas: [00:24:53] but I don't sit there listening to him, take it away and think damn that boy's healthy. Like, look, listen to that story.
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:00] Well, it's um, I'm just trying to work out. What's healthy about that. Is it that your no, no, no. So it's, um, you know how there's ads about like people that do like a pre.
Jess Lucas: [00:25:19] Yeah. Like the pressure's
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:20] not there. Well, it's going slowly. So Amy, Amy can do that sometimes because it's something going on with childbirth in them, the muscles, and like a whole lot of stuff going on. But I think there's like an older, older men. Maybe it's prostate, maybe it's men's prostate health is.
Something around that. Yeah. We've got to look that up. I'm not assigned, but I'm not, I actually could just be talking complete shit, shit. But the reality of us even having this conversation about toilets, does that even happen and the last business? Yeah. So, so it isn't just, okay, good. I'm just trying to gauge the situation.
Jess Lucas: [00:25:56] Yeah. Sometimes. Cause we didn't have any males in the office. I would go and use the male toilets. The year and it was a disgusting, I'm glad we don't have one of them.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:06] I mean, they're convenient, but disgusting. The, the, um, the cleanliness of the girls' bathroom. Cause we have a unisex bathroom anyone's allowed to use it.
Um what's is there a difference in that one in, in a girls? Like if I was to choose between getting to use the boys, the girls I'd go the girls because I just feel like, I feel like girls are more hygienic. Oh,
Jess Lucas: [00:26:31] God. Have you been to a nightclub? The animals on the hour, like girls animals, like they're disgusting.
Sometimes I walk in and you're like, I am not part of this species
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:47] Yeah. I mean, it's alcohol at that point. Yeah. That's making that happen. Yes, nightclub toilets are the pits.
Jess Lucas: [00:26:55] Like I used to work in a nightclub back in Bendigo and the shit Starbuck, Starbuck, um, the shit that we would literal shit that we would find like a plastic cup filled to the brim with pur X to the boys' toilets, like undies.
Like, cause there's no toilet paper say that have like been used as the toilet paper in the girls or the boys. I think that one was in the girls. What else? Just few everywhere. Obviously there's a lot of spew that you have to deal with. I never dealt with that stuff. I was like, I can't um, yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:35] What a job.
Yeah. What Gronk there's, there's something about act like if those people. Were shown a video of themselves acting in that way. They wouldn't. I could, I would put my money on it. They don't want to be that person. No, you don't want to be the person that's run out of toilet paper and you're using your undies to wipe your ass, but then you're leaving them there and spitting, like
Jess Lucas: [00:28:00] I had to put him under, I don't even know where they were, but they must've like hidden them around the bowl or something.
It's just a bit much.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:07] Mate. That's a fucking cite to be saying anyway. Um, this has been,
Jess Lucas: [00:28:13] no, this has
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:13] been boy. Yeah, it went straight back to toilet. Talk.
Jess Lucas: [00:28:17] Sorry about that, everyone. Anyway, um, we wrapping this
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:21] up, you know, happy Monday.
Jess Lucas: [00:28:23] Do we need to drive people to the, to send an email about their toilet discussing toilet, um,
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:29] experiences while you're in, um, Josh's seat.
Jess Lucas: [00:28:33] If you'd like to send us an email on hello at the daily talk, show.com. Can I be firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:41] It's hi.
Jess Lucas: [00:28:42] Hi at the daily toxic in both. And then we can, um, we'll
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:46] get it out of the way or email@example.com. Correct? Yeah, specific questions, better leather jackets. Or if she does, if you want to buy a leather jacket for 300.
Was bought for two 50. Sounds like a bargain.
Jess Lucas: [00:29:00] Or if you're interested in hearing about mine and TJ his next project. Yeah. The boy show the bloke show hit us up, hit us up. Cause we're gonna, we're gonna stop that. All right
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:10] guys. Love you.