#977 – Nachos In A Microwave/
- March 11, 2021
We chat about damp smelling clothes, Bodhi stopping wetting the bed, Josh’s nachos last night, best before vs used by, and washing dishes!
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Damp smelling clothes
- Bodhi’s stopped wetting the bed
- Scents on clothes
- Josh made nachos last night
- Best Before vs Used By
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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 put it in the calendar. Just like to check the temperature in the room. I told you my squeegee story.
It's the daily talk show episode, 977.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:23] Happy. What is it Thursday? It feels like Wednesday, midnight, cause it's six 30, 6:30 AM. It's still dark here in Melbourne where we are, uh, even early on this morning. Yeah. It's
Josh Janssen: [00:00:35] just after six, 6:00 AM. Thanks for joining us. Uh, getting up early things can sometimes be a little bit harder or it's just like, you know, you're getting new clothes, nothing more annoying.
I feel like this would definitely have happened to you. You, uh, have washed clothes, you grabbed them. And for some reason they have a smell to it. Like I've got some damp smell, very
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:58] annoying. Any tips is that, you
Josh Janssen: [00:01:01] know, no, I'm really happy that I found a shirt that wasn't, but I was pissed off because I had done a big wash.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:08] then the other thing too is there's a few key facts.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:12] I'll tell you what happened. Did a K wash. On. So it's Thursday now would have been Monday or was probably holiday say yeah, put them, put them out outside. No, it wasn't Monday. It must make Sunday. It was when it was an okay day weather wise and I was wrapped and I put it in the backyard.
Because I was like, we'd had some problems when we just leave it when we leave the laundry in indoors. And so I put it outside for a day and then by, I probably put the washing on outside at about 2:00 PM. And then by the end of sorry, by the start of the next day, I think I brought it in right. That can't be right right now.
I'm getting rained on. Now. It didn't get rained on. This is what I'm trying to say. It didn't draw it didn't ha it hasn't been rained on. And so then that was a long
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:08] way to get to that.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:09] No, but I brought it in, but this is the, the big part of the story. This is the bit that everyone's being waiting for. You ready for it?
Fucking, I hope
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:20] so. Yes.
Josh Janssen: [00:02:25] this is good. Yeah. Yesterday brace smelled my clothes and said that it's mountain shape. Put it back on the wash for me whilst I was at work. And so I came, I was assuming that I, this morning I would wake up to fresh clothes, but we're having real issues.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:45] Nah. I mean, with the muddiness of that story, something's missing there because this only happens only happens to clothes that have either been left in the washing machine for a period of time, but
Josh Janssen: [00:03:00] with wash the washing machine as well.
So do you know when you, um, like get washing done overseas or whatever, and they have a spray. You're saying this, they have a spray, they use like Seoul spray that they put on the clothes after it, which is like a nice
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:18] laundry smell. Never say really. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:21] I'm wondering whether that's, if it may be
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:23] no, it's nothing to do that.
My top smells fine. If anything is I'm the anomaly in the smell, it has like steak. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:31] It sounds the new place it was staying at. And so I don't know, like,
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:34] well, I think it, it. No, it's something it's human error. It's I don't think it is your washing machine is smarter than you. We're doing
Josh Janssen: [00:03:43] so many like different versions.
It's like maybe she's
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:46] every load stinks. Uh,
Josh Janssen: [00:03:48] no it, but it's like all your clothes. Yeah, no, it's probably half, half the time it stinks. And then half the time, I think we get lucky, but I that's why I think that it was an outside job thing. If you do an outside, it was fine.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:02] Well, have you got a dryer?
Josh Janssen: [00:04:04] It's part of the washer.
Yeah. It's a washer dryer, but I don't
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:08] trust, never trust a washer and dryer. Yeah. It's a good piece of advice.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:12] I don't trust your eyes in general, dude. There's no such thing as a short cup dude,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:17] drying dry is saved. Adloff
Josh Janssen: [00:04:22] do you remember those Everlane? That t-shirt where you drawing that? Because
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:27] no, that was just a cook t-shirt I reckon like some of them, like, you know, like the, the neck.
The same as the neck just cooks. Like, if, if that, you know, it gets hit by dry it's, like I said, I don't want a dish in my house that can't be put in the dishwasher. Yeah. I don't want to close the can't be dried by dryer. We paid 1300 bucks. I didn't know this. Amy bought it. Oh, I appreciate it for a dryer clothes dryer.
Just the dryer, just the dryer dude. This seems better. No, it better lasts this 25 years.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:03] What's the deal?
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:05] Well, this is how much they cost. This is really cost there. It's a big one, but it's got a drawer that you pull out and it's this big container that it absorbed. It takes all of the moisture from the clothes.
Remember back in the day, you'd walk into you. I'm not sure if you had one, but we had this shitty old thing on the wall and it was like an industrial one, but you know, it almost looked like a toy compared to an industrial one same vibe though, open the door, just closing. And it starts working.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:37] That was a fine,
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:39] but, um, that would make the whole laundry. Wet, like the whole thing, like the walls, you know, like moisture in that shower imitation. Yeah. And so this thing takes it into a drawer and then you pull the drawer out and it's just got like this little hole up on the top left hand side, you go over and you pour it into the sink.
It's so satisfying. Like pouring out all the water that came out of your clothes. And then you Chuck it back in this thing is amazing, dude. And so you do everything. So the thing with load sometimes because of like, t-shirts all, this is fucked. This is not my good
Josh Janssen: [00:06:14] one. Okay. Cause I always, I think that, like, I've been thinking a lot about.
T-shirts and like just having less stuff. And, um, and so I'm trying to find, because the thing is I was getting away for a while with a lot of Moreno stuff, right? Like, so I was doing the Merino wool thing. I was traveling well, no, this is, I mean, so when I was traveling, I had like, I was, I had this, I know, I know this is the thing in the pandemic, but this is the thing though.
Still referencing the clothes that I was wearing then. And so
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:49] because you were wearing the clothes from the no. Cause
Josh Janssen: [00:06:52] remember I, the reason why I got all of these Marino t-shirts was designed for this nomadic lifestyle where it's like, we, like, I would, I had maybe a 10 or six, six or seven t-shirts. That role is woolen Prince Marino.
I talked about a lot that we're a blend, a Merino blend rather than just Merino wool. And, um, I didn't wash them that much, like we could get away with. And that's probably why that whole Sprite. I have more references of laundry
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:26] traveling, wash, and fold in the States. Yeah,
Josh Janssen: [00:07:29] exactly. And so, anyway, I'm trying to, like, I want to be like, Yeah, no, I'm not going to go out and say I'm in the laundry guy because I'm not the laundry guy yet, but I was like, I was anticipating the issues with the, um, with the smell.
And so I was watching a lot of YouTube on the weekend of people, like how to make things, smell to. No, nothing great. But the concerns are, what I was going to say is the t-shirt thing I'm trying to find t-shirts that will, um, do well over a long period of time.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:06] Yeah, sure. Um, there is a put something that probably solve it, vinegar.
Josh Janssen: [00:08:12] They do suggest that putting that in the, um, in the
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:17] washing machine, it definitely, we do it. So it's it's what, how, what, how is Vinny vinegars like this? Magic magic. Like we have vinegar and mix it with bicarb and then you've got, just got some fucking amazing, like, because we're dealing with so much washy and not, not lately in terms of Bodie sheets, because he hasn't been waiting the bed.
Okay. Let's clap him. Hasn't been winning the bed four year old, starting to get nappy train. He's starting to get toilet trained. I mean, as he not wetting the bed, he can take himself to the toilet now, which is very good. But you sometimes walk in wipe his ass. Yeah, you can actually, I don't trust. Very good.
Don't trust it. Okay,
Josh Janssen: [00:08:57] sure. Um, how do you know when you will trust it
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:02] at an I
Josh Janssen: [00:09:04] good question though, isn't it? It's like, there's gotta be some point where. You trust it? I
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:09] know. Cause I mean, you can get five, six, seven watch damn embarrassing bodies that show. And this guy came in and had his ass inspected.
And Dr. Christian just said to him, you need to revisit your wiping technique. He thought he had a leaking asshole.
That's contract then I don't want it going out. Sorry, Josh. You actually just don't know how to wipe your ass. There's no
Josh Janssen: [00:09:41] issue. There was a popular episode though, too, because that was, I've seen that half a dozen times. Don't you think that that specific episode and so bodies' not pissing the bed, which
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:52] is great, or you can walk in and if he has done it, he can it's.
If you're a parent. Or, or if you've pissed the bed and then you've slept in it for some quite some time and there's something toxic about this. It turns toxic. Yes. It turns like it's a chemical in the air. And so that someone's throwing
Josh Janssen: [00:10:10] something
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:11] seriously. Seriously, dude. And then anyway, probably. Yeah.
It's like, for me,
Josh Janssen: [00:10:16] he's probably producing alcohol one
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:18] mate. And so then the smell in the sheets, um, how did he get that out? Because it doesn't just one wash with detergent powders. Don't it doesn't do it. So you need a vinegar pour poured into it. So you, but Amy does the vinegar clean on a lot of things, but
Josh Janssen: [00:10:34] even so you just add vinegar to the.
Washington. Wasn't a bit like, as in with the clothing. Okay.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:42] You can do that. That could be the vinegar. Yeah. That can neutralize some of the smells. And so, I don't know, you gotta to try anything at this point.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:50] Yeah. The videos were so bad on YouTube. What are they just
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:55] like it's John here had an issue
Josh Janssen: [00:10:58] with, I think it's like a lot, a lot of people being like, Oh, you know what?
Like. Uh, I think I'm pretty good at washing. I'm going to start a YouTube channel, but they just taught, like, there's not much to it, right? Like at the end of the day they put these. Yeah, it's a fragrance patch or something in, in the, in the, in the dryer or the washing machine or whatever, but they're like, it becomes a 12 minute video of them just talking about it.
You know, sometimes there's nothing better. The reason why I put other stuff outside was because I watched a woman speak for 12 minutes about how there's nothing better. Then the smell of fresh air on your clothes and she'd created or just clean, but shaving. Yeah. She created a room in their house where she would open up all the doors.
Like she could open the doors in the room and she would put a dehumidifier on and that would help as well. So anyway, just top of mind. Hi, at the daily talk show.com. Have you got any suggestions because. It would be nice to be able to with confidence and I, and I've thought about also like for a family, but like with confidence, be able to clean the clock, you know, get my clothes done by me.
Uh, the, the fragrance thing though, I feel like there's families that have the certain fragrance. I remember,
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:20] I don't think it's thought about like that though. It's just what washing detergent. Yeah. Do we get what powder we get? Yeah, but I reckon if we did a sniff test in the office, I think we've spoken about this, but like, if, if there was just three, t-shirts the same one, but it'd been washed by George, um, Jess or myself.
I I'd, I'd put my money on it that you can pick my one, not even that, you know, my smell, but just that it just becomes, you know, it's on people. You just, yeah. You just start just, it's just vibing. You don't even sort of necessarily, I don't ride over, you know, Josh is smelling like a bit flowerly to her.
Like it just gets embedded in my mind. And then I reckon I could sniff your top out. Like even Bodie when, when we're at daycare. Like I sniff sometimes that sounds weird. No, but sometimes like clothes get put in these bag. I'm like, this is this actually isn't it I'm like. Nah, not his. And so I know if the only issue is if.
Some other parents got that close clothing, their bag, and then washed it and then took it back and put it into like a primal German shepherd, you know, cop, dog that's lost. The scent can be tweaked to that. What's going on. What's going on?
Josh Janssen: [00:13:36] I also made nachos last night. Hey,
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:40] I look at the. The ingredients are good.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:43] Ingredients are good. Um, yeah. Yeah. The microwave, just for some reason
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:50] you might hang on, you used a microwave for your nachos. Yeah. Well, this is the
Josh Janssen: [00:13:55] thing I've always used a microwave
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:56] really for the night. So you grew up having Doritos as your base of nachos?
Josh Janssen: [00:14:02] Yeah. Well, the thing was, I just thought like microwaves are way less fuss.
I know an oven, don't you think? But no, but I'm also that guy, like I am the guy, like when I was a kid. Hated soggy stuff. And I was like, put everything should go in the oven. Right. It's it tastes better in the oven. But then, yeah, I just had a moment where I put, uh, prepare the nachos and then I was like, actually, I don't know
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:29] why this thing here.
Thinking last night I was like, Oh, fucking JJs. No. Getting the ingredients to cookies, miss out really nice sort of homemade nachos. Yeah. And then you fuck it. By using the market.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:47] I was going to say, I nearly got a, uh, Jess was talking yesterday about how, um, She uses like a baking tray. Couldn't find a baking tray. You don't have one. We have one, but, um, Bree Bree had, had gone to the, to the shops. And so she was like, Oh, you know what? I'll get some form of dessert for it saying small, cute little, uh, chocolate love, heart things.
Uh, she'll do that while I. Cool. And so I didn't want to be like, Oh, where's this where's that? And also Barry doesn't cook that much either. So we don't like, we both
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:24] might take a little bit to make the phone calls better than coming home to soggy. So
Josh Janssen: [00:15:28] what's the soggy. So where it went wrong for people playing at home was the, the plate broken heart in the microwave.
How long did you put in the mock rifle? Put in for two minutes? And then did another two minutes. And on the second two minutes, about a minute in, so three minutes in total, I heard a pop and I actually was like, ah, it's like, but I was watching the cheese, uh, sort of the bottom was becoming sort of the last chorus, whereas, sorry, the bottom, I said at the top of the bottom of the bottom was becoming, but because I always feel like.
Uh, people are too stingy on the cheese. And so I sort of do a little bottom layer and then like every single, like I do, like for every four corn chips. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:22] I appreciate
Josh Janssen: [00:16:23] it. So anyway, yeah, it was looking like it was still going. Um, but then yeah, I got to take it out of the microwave and only half the size.
It was very annoying. And so, um, Uh, don't know what the lesson is like, blame
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:39] don't use a microwave for, so here's what you need to preheat oven, even fan forced preheat. Yeah, because if you get it up one 60, One 70 preheated. And then you, Chuck, you try in with the unit, like it just gets through the layers.
If you're doing the multiple choice, it gets like multiple levels gets to it all. I just don't know how quick,
Josh Janssen: [00:17:06] because yeah, the thing, the groceries for the nachos. Yeah. $30.
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:11] Yeah, but the problem. So I've been catering our shoots the last couple of days with some bricky birches, they've been delicious. It's an upfront expense, but then by the time you've made eight birches and it's cost $30 think about it.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:27] but I need to have nachos three days in a row to make it really worthwhile. Don't you think?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:32] Yeah. Yay. That'd be an
Josh Janssen: [00:17:34] issue. But even like so sorry, even if it was, um, two days in a row to be able to get the money's worth of the nachos, who is like, say, if you're ever delivering getting stuff delivered, would you be like, you know what?
I know we had nachos last night, but I'm wanting to get in tonight.
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:51] Yeah, I've done that. It's it's sickening. Um, but did you have meat in it?
Josh Janssen: [00:17:56] No. So two avocados, two avocado. Yeah, the avocados was great. The guacamole, uh, red onion, a spring onion, because I was panicked. Didn't add the spring on you use the red onion
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:12] sunk
Josh Janssen: [00:18:12] cost.
Yeah. This is the problem with doing it. Boring stuff. I'm boring the fuck out of myself describing.
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:18] No, but all I'm trying to look at, look at is when you're buying stuff, I preempt. So. XY. I get all the ingredients for nachos. I also make the, the, the meat with the onions and the black beans and the salsa altogether.
But then that makes me four or five other meals, as well as the meat or the, you know, the, the coating for the nachos. I don't just go out and buy 30 bucks of. Congressional charge, but then I also don't do it in the micro.
Josh Janssen: [00:18:47] It was, it wasn't very good, but just good to be back in the game, you know? And so I feel like then I got confident and I was like, you know what?
Like, I'm going to have the guys around for Barbie. Like I'm starting to. Yeah, even though it was such a loss, we could still eat them. Like we sort of, I got the two plates and put them together under another plate and tipped the thing into a bowl. Yeah. I'll
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:12] tell you, there is nothing worse. And if this has ever happened to you, you fucking feel my pain.
If you're cooking and you've got, say, Uh, ball and eyes. That's a big one, or even like a nacho by, so the mix or the taco beef and something cheaps like a piece of glass chips. And it goes into the, into the mix. If you have a key, do you like, can't like how, how can you then serve that up? Stressing about like even a shard of glass, like Hmm.
It's ruined, I've thrown a whole meal out like a whole, probably $30 of food. What about
Josh Janssen: [00:19:55] like, um, best before, as I was telling you how all the black beans that I bought
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:01] he's exactly that they just saying assessment tool used by is
Josh Janssen: [00:20:06] what exactly. No, but so what's the, what's your limit on a best before.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:11] Um, depends on what, um, what aisle you're in.
So if you're in the frozen food section, like the canned
Josh Janssen: [00:20:17] bean aisle
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:18] you could eat, I saw a guy, this is you tuber Aussie guy. Doesn't build a tree house. Yeah. But I'm just, this is outlines fucking how resilient it guts can be. He was doing these big walks, like 50 Ks and he was finding, have you ever seen a bottle of Pepsi or Coke?
That has been left on the ground or in the sun. And it loses its color. It goes
Josh Janssen: [00:20:44] from black to her caramel-y color or whatever
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:48] color it looks at. This guy drank this for views. Well, he reckons it's like, if you needed water, if you needed liquids, you could go to this. And it's usually not going to be that bad for you.
Like you're not going to. I don't, he's not a scientist tree houses.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:09] Yeah. But in a weird flex for him, but
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:11] he's but I was like, Oh my God, I thought about that.
But he was fine. He reckons he's fine. So you use buy on 'em. I see you best before on cans. I reckon you've got. A couple of months. I mean, Jess Lucas thinks that you've got a couple of months of your stir fry left in the left, in the
Josh Janssen: [00:21:32] fridge. Well, yeah, well she cooked something on Wednesday this week and then expected to eat it on Tuesday, nearly a week.
And it had meat
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:41] and she, she dances with the devil. It's not worth it. You know? I mean, this is Amy does too, but shit, I have to just come in because she's pregnant. You can't do that. She's, she's less about it now, but like, Yeah, she was,
Josh Janssen: [00:21:54] what's the mindset of someone that's doing that.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:59] I think if you don't want to speak before yeah.
Don't want to waste, but if you haven't got seep before noon and you're like, Oh, I can do that. Even leftovers for days and days. He's the thing. You go and eat a sandwich from a little bodega or, you know, like a little corner store. How long has that chicken been there? How long is that roasted? Chuck that you're putting into your sack Sanger.
Been there. How long was that chase? Life's been there, like a lot of it's daily, but there is probably a few days between it's, um, the way
Josh Janssen: [00:22:30] we're at a school. And, um, you were saying that a parent was complaining the office about a used by date or best before of a
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:38] chocolate bar, but who knows? I mean, I've eaten chocolate.
That is so old, but somehow it's, I dunno. I just, I think if there's meat involved. I can look at yourself, dairy, like
Josh Janssen: [00:22:52] dairy, look at yourself. Um, but even, um, milk chocolate, I got a chocolate bar on our road trip to the 12 apostles port Campbell is that the import Campbell went to the servo where I nearly ran out of petrol, felt like I deserved a chocolate bar.
After that bought one, picked it up, felt that it didn't feel like the shape that it should be. I got it anyway. And it was like an abomination. It was like gone white powdery AA. Anyway, what a sad fuck I am. And I had it and I sort of misinterpreted the whole car. So I'd forgotten that I'd said, Oh, there's an ice cream shop down there.
We can get ice cream. Right. And so I go into the server to get the petrol and, uh, de Vallas getting some waters or whatever. And I said, ah, do you like, do you want anything? Like, you should get a chocolate bar or whatever. He's like, ah, thinking about getting an ice cream. I was like, Oh yeah, cool. And in my head, I thought he meant ice cream at the server.
I forgot about the nice ice cream shop. So I get the fucking chocolate bar already, like fucking as I'm going. And then like at 30 seconds later, we're in an ice cream shop and I'm on the ice rape. What sort of animal am I? Yeah, you're not,
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:12] you're not chosen the, in the microwave animal. Yeah. Look, you're naturally saying I've done it when I'm desperate, which bit the nachos in the microwave.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:21] The part of the microphone wave bit. Wasn't meant to be anything crazy. That's how mom and dad made them. And
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:27] so I also did use the reader you've upgraded or mean
Josh Janssen: [00:24:32] Jess uses CCS. Does she? Yeah. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:34] She, she lost, she's really bright.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:37] She's rocking living. Do you think there's any difference? Yeah. Okay.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:41] But no salt contents, sugar in season.
Like all those chips have sugar in them. It's just it. You can do a version of nachos that are somewhat healthy.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:51] way, the big thing, and this is the pushback I had over the weekend with myself. I think I may have mentioned it on a yesterday's show about like progress, like when I'm making progress and I'm like, Oh, maybe I make this a thing.
And one of them was, um, is there a subscription service out there on like how to be a grownup?
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:13] Sure there is like, it would be called, it was called almost 13 years of school.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:19] No, but you don't let's try and stuff. Nah, you, you do not learn, uh, home economics. Yeah. But like. Not, not a crazy, like, it was all about the teachers.
Just trying to keep everyone in control. Like everyone
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:33] fucking, and the fact the kids learn then like it's school, it's home. It's hard. Like, I
Josh Janssen: [00:25:39] think it's home, but like the thing is I wasn't very good, you know, household of three boys, it was, I don't think we did a great job of instilling. Like I think what mum and dad would say is like, Oh, the boys just wouldn't fucking do anything.
But not to say what I would do if I was a parent, but like, isn't there like a certain amount of like, discipline around. Like you gotta fucking do. You gotta fucking, you gotta do the washing. I can't believe that I didn't do it. Like I didn't do the washing. I didn't do chores. And the thing like is very rich to be like, ah, What are you doing?
Mum and dad should have been doing, but I
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:17] wish I did. If you was single as an adult from longer, you prob fuck, you might not have, but it's like, I live by myself. I was single and having to cook my own, like who else is going to do it? I didn't have enough money to buy food out every night.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:32] I like it. And so the thing is that I would, and I'm not just saying this out of the novelty of it.
I always feel better. When I'm contributing and I'm doing stuff and all that sort of thing. And so I was thinking, it'd be good.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:45] A fullback, there's a fallback. When you have a partner, you can rely on them a bit more. Like I spread, we spread the load when you didn't have to do that. And it was all you or you when you didn't have the option
Josh Janssen: [00:26:55] of that.
And cause we don't even cook. Cause Bray was like, what was the last time we actually cooked? Like we don't fucking cook at all. Um, but I would like to, like, I would like to do all these things, but I think that things like washing. No, not even D Oh yeah. But like, yeah, dishwasher. So like every fucking dishwasher is different and then it stacks fucking
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:18] different places.
Once you use yours, you're not living in six houses and you get to know
Josh Janssen: [00:27:23] your dishwasher. Yeah. So this is, this is why I'm saying, get to know your dishwasher is fucking a great headline. How do you get to know your dishwasher?
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:30] Use it, Eddie. Get to know your girlfriend. Use it now. Hang out with it. What's up.
Josh Janssen: [00:27:43] no, but the thing, the thing with the dishwashers that's like, love it, clean it, but so many times, bro, he's like, Oh my God, why'd you put a bowl in there? Like that, that's going to fill up with water. I'm like, how the fuck else? Can you put it up? Because it's
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:54] in lessons. But the thing
Josh Janssen: [00:27:56] is that like the dishwasher that I had versus the dishwasher that I have now is different.
So I think that there, and so I think creatively I'm like, I, you know, I can probably stack it like this, but surely we can have some form of universal knowledge around this. So I think about water
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:17] level. How do you know, SEO? How can you rank a site? Number one on Google, in a tricky industry, but you can't fucking stack a dishwasher.
It's yeah. Yeah. It's the same as like, I don't, it's flying
Josh Janssen: [00:28:35] hours, but that's what I'm saying. I want to like, if I can get into the flight, I don't w I don't believe that I'm just bad at this. Like, you know, people say I'm bad at cooking. I'm bad at this. It's like, no, you just haven't put in the time. And the effort.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:48] Well, I've put in the time and effort and never talked about it. And then that's how it works. But that's the, that's the whole that's. If we did a show series of Josh learns to adult check you one check one year later, you'd be on the street.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:03] Don't you think though? That they should like how good it would be to have a subscription?
I think about when you were a single guy. Well, I mean,
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:10] it's the one bit is. Men, I would be defeated if I had to use a service like that in my mind, I'd be disappointed in myself. So how do you, how do you, and that stuff, you just do it. You just have to, I like, we had a dishwasher at home with stack it every now and then like, of course I pushed back kids push back.
I think that the deal you're in with children is pushback on chores, but you need them to do it. And so, yeah, you. You're asking how you get them to, how do you learn otherwise? It's like, had you learned to fucking, but isn't that
Josh Janssen: [00:29:48] like? So I'm not, I'm not, I'm creating excuses
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:55] because I don't like doing any of that shit.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:58] Like, so. Oh, the amount of people that will say, Oh my God, like what a fucking, like, what a privilege, fuck. Like, just do the whole thing. But the other thing is like, there's another side of the coin, which is, there's a reason why I'm not doing it. And like, if you address it, like, so I watched a, um, which is what
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:16] if you,
Josh Janssen: [00:30:17] uh, it's.
It's thinking, okay. Everyone thinks differently. What is, what works for one person doesn't work for someone else. And so,
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:26] uh, what is the cause? That's not, that's not really an answer, like in terms of why you don't do it, I reckon it's because you think there's other things that are way more important for you to be spending your time on than doing.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:37] I like it. I think about it. And it's not even that it's that I. I'm thinking about the, like, when I think about what needs to be done, that feels way bigger to me. It's way easier. All the other things I do do like doing work, doing video editing is way easier for me than knowing, okay, am I going to fuck this?
Like, if I go, like, it's like the microwave, like the thing with the nachos thing, he's. Like surely it's just because I thought in the moment, like, Hmm, actually, you know what, maybe I should wait and like consult with Bray. Whether I put this in the microwave or I did. And I was like, fucking like grow up, just do it.
And the problem is. That I fucking ended up breaking a plate in half, learn by braking.
Tommy Jackett: [00:31:29] But so you learn by this, you learn by the amount of bowls of overflow over flown overflowed, overflowed in the microwave. Countless that doesn't get to me, let's go back, do it again.
Josh Janssen: [00:31:46] But like, I think that like, you know, It would be great to have not like, but even think about the spectrum of things you hear about like people who it's like, Oh yeah.
They're Nona taught them about X, Y, and Z. If we can get that information and put it on some form of like, I just want to follow a non-owner or something on fucking YouTube, this is how you
Tommy Jackett: [00:32:10] do look deep enough. They're just not in the algorithm. They're not 100 subs. Yeah. Is there anyone out there?
Josh Janssen: [00:32:17] Yeah. Hi, the daily talk, show.com.
If you've got any suggestions on specifically, I need help with the washing thing. The vinegar thing is a great idea. So I'll get that again. I've come on guys. Say guys.