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Episode 10 · 1 year ago

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In this episode, Fab's room smells, Gowse tries to full ass life and we announce that colourism is small dick energy.

I think we're just started. Yeah, welcome back everyone. This is are we don't yet podcast and I'm right now talking to gus and I'm right now talking to about there we go. Well, we're experimenting with the formats and the introductions and everything. Oh No, no, this is concrete. This is as you can see, this is a star performance by move us. This isn't gonna Change, man. So have you been? Bro All right, and I've been all right after the heat stroke that both of us suffered last week. I think we had a we had a good break between that and what are been up to? Oh, I've just been been central, just watching two shows. Gangs of London. Have you heard of it? I watched the first two episodes. Yeah, as in first episodes. Out of your offer, or you are still on board and you just about to finish yourself, but I'm I'm slightly off it. You're right. Yeah, okay, yeah, I'd love to hear that. And the next now the show is defending Jacob. No, I've not even heard of that one. It's the Chris Evans show that's on Apple TV. Oh, the one that they're promoting the fuck out of it because obviously, like the Bank of the was a great film on that on that platform, and then this is there like hit show that they want like it to be, like it looks very true, detectivest. Okay, yes, I could say and it's amazing, obviously amazing performance from Chris Evans and everything like that, but it plays with this idea of the murder gene. I've never heard of it before, but like it plays with the fact that like, basically Chris Evans Son is being like prosecuted for murdering a fellow people are school and obviously we throughout the story we find out whether they did or not, and that's the whole story. But one thing that we come to find out is Chris Heaven's dad is in jail and then they get his DNA and then get Chris Evan Dna and then get the Sun Dna to see if this murder gene is present in them. Yeah, they kind of play on that and it's just really interesting how they play on it. And it's based on a book and it is its fascinating that shit, honestly. HMM, that's always interesting. I think like the the murder gene of within itself, it's not it's essentially's like you get you like like we talked about in the last episode, like get fifty percent DNA from each of your parents. Hear that grime? No, so get fifty percent DNA from eating your parents, and with that comes a lot like that's why you know if you're if do you know a heart disease runs in your family, then you create your chance of getting that and you know the same. It's a very similar with mental health and but it's it's obviously a lot harder to gage because you know, a physical injury or physical like problem can be seen like it can get at the scan for it and you can see, Oh yeah, the heart is not doing too well or the lungs aren't doing too well. But with them, with the mind, it would really can't see any of that. Yeah, no, no, I feel that. And even when, like I loved how I guess intricate they were, because they didn't go into I guess that the psychology behind them, the murder Jine and like what things they look for our present and I guess to some extent they're like it's it's things that are naturally in human beings, like the like aggression and all that stuff. And empathy and stuff like that, but it's when like empathies too low or like when aggressions too high and in stable and stuff like that. And it's crazy that they've accumulated that all into like one like phrase of like the murder gene. That that kind of maze me. I guess how that can be perceived to a jury and stuff like that. That and that was so interesting how like they twisted it. Did you watch the whole thing? I've haven't seen the last episode, so I don't actually know. If you didn't know. Okay, okay. Well, I mean it's interesting to go to go buy that as well, in the same token, because what most murders that happened? They are actually like crimes of passion, right, so it's like, yeah, a man or a woman losing their tempers. Usually they're significant other. Like yeah, isn't a statistic that like most murders are someone that you know? Yeah, yeah, exactly, exactly, and I'm sorry. In the Barns Gass you said you loved me an episode for well, I love you the same way lenny loves lenny of mycen man loves. Oh No, hug you. I'm gonna hug you too much and one day you won't be Ye, yeah, so, but I s it. But like, let's say, and the reason you murder, Jeane, I think can only keep be encapsulated if you yourself have gone through the like you've grown up so as it has to be some murders, like the people that nurtured you, didn't that did nuts you in such a way that you're dealing, let's say, with violence every day and you learn...

...to learn the world that way and you just find that to be grow to like to think violent things and to act out violent in violent ways. So I think in that sense, yeah, but if you think about it, like so many, like psychopaths, you go and then it's always like their parents, they are dead, like the dead. They look like literally the epitome of like what you know, the American dream, like just a nice guy who kind of worked really hard in the mum was Nice, and then the kids turned out to have no empathy and actual hatred to his fellow countrymen and men in general and people in general. And they don't, they become psychopath so the their parents aren't and their siblings aren't is just like about them. So there's it's a loads of exceptions to all of it. I think. Well, that's really interesting. In the show Chris Heaven doesn't tell his wife always child that he's Dad's in jail. He just said they dad ran away on him. So then they never knew that their grandfather was in jail or was a pretty murder or stuff of that. And Chris Evans is an attorney in the film, so as her in the movie as Harry, and it's really interesting how, like I just it would make a lot of sense if the the grandson, knew about that and that kind of played on him and that made him when he became yeah, you see this child that you slowly realize, Oh, this kid does not have empathy, oh he might have done it, Huh, and then you also realize the whole grand parent situation of any escalates and they obviously the media tries to like portray him as this like generation killer and stuff like that, but it's yeah, no, I was. I was, more than anything, I just mainly surprised about the whole murder Jean Vibes and how it plays in the case because at the end of the day, like crime shows are amazing. Let's be honest and all crime shows. You could, I'm telling you, like apputed the best thing of like on a streaming service. Of like it's just it's so easy to get a best selling book, get a banging director, get it like a blisters just to act in it. Nine episode show. You got a banging streaming service. That's it. This is the golden age of telly. It's easy to produce this. It's brilliantly shut like the color paletting and everything like that. It's stunning. But I'm not saying it's difficult in this day and age to create this kind of up like with if anything, we got too much like inspiration around us right now. That makes sense that anyone could make a streaming service and and make it work. It's madness. Yeah, like within not yet, with enough resources, you could literally like be become a platform and just create your own content. And Yeah, it happens everywhere. Youtube was doing it, like disneys doing it, obviously netflixs Amazon, Hulu. Yeah, it's true. Like we are like it over, like oversaturated with content, and a lot of it is really, really good. A lot of it is math, because you know, especially you know the the reason people tend to produce more like say, films based on like books or like comic books, is because that, you know, when they when those were released, are already achieved commercial success within that field that they know it's less, much less of a bet to produce that, because a lot of that will, they'll find an audience if we do it well, and whereas with original contents it's hard. That's why there's so many remakes, like it's just, Oh, it worked those years ago. Let's make let's make his film a TV show, or let's make this done this film into a TV show, or let's don't that TV show, but let's make all the men into women. That way they don't think it's a really, the changes are that stupid, like in remakes, so so often there are you. How is how is the gender change in any way like, like, I feel like that whole vibe came from somewhat the me to movement, and that's like, but that's the completely wrong lesson to learn from me too, as in my yes, give more empowerment to women, so don't give the same shit that you gave to the men. That do something new to them. Yeah, well, it's crazy that. I mean, I don't think a lot of yeah, a lot of those films just don't work like they did. To try to do oceans eleven, ghostbusters goes posters oceans eleven, like it just doesn't work, because you kind of fall in love with the characters. But then the thing that literally, I mean the fact the fact that the oceans eleven dues like a guy's really didn't matter, like to anyone. Yeah, it was. It was clooney's and Brad Pitt's like chemistry. Yeah, like in that movie Brad Pitt could have been a chick or cluey could have been a chick, but going through those three movies it was such a fucking sexy chemistry between empty and Brad Pitt in every scene. An incredible movies me, but it's just like that, yeah, the fact that they're men and doesn't actually matter. And the fact that oceans eleven in the first place is a remake of a remake, yeah, from like a black and white film. So it's like why not just make a new heist movie? Exactly get rid of it. I mean exactly. You can make it with all women, but you should you can. You don't try to reappropriate like like we've I think it's proven. Don't. Don't reappropriate, like I think in...

...general, specifically, like, yeah, that sort of content, like the don't make a remake and then change the sex, like if it does a lot. A lot of the times it doesn't matter. Be in loses essence because you know the reason, though. I think whatever the writers wrote were things that men would do and how men would think and and HMM, you know, a lot of the times and it there's small little ways I can't even like fully get out and and, you know, express myself coherently, but I think that there is just you're looking at me. I mean we both can't speak hearingly. Don't admit it to the people. I'll tell you why I can't actually later. But Um, basically, yeah, anyway, changing Jane, changing chain Dane, changing genders, just as that does not work. It does not work in remakes, in my opinion, but making new films are original and then if you and you know, if you want to think about it that way, that might work, and I think it will. And there's loads. It's been loads of like oceans eleven type films with guys as well, that haven't worked and it's been others that have and it's just but making a remake and then kind of just trying to get people on board because you're using ideology. I mean, how's the first and man was a highst movie that. That could that. That's it. That in itself is another Ocean's eleven. But it's like bit highst movies are the best. I'M NOT gonna lie. That the how thrilling highst movies are. It's fucking incredible. It's usually like family friendly and all that shit, but it's just like it's amazing when done amazingly. It's just cringey as fuck when it's like that isn't the the the the oceans. Was it thirteen or nine? What was the female one is in nine? I don't oceans maybe. I don't know. I didn't watch oceans. Oceans sixty nine, that one. Why did I say that? That's not funny. It's just like so like chat. I felt like I always like a year ate with you, ocean sixty nine. Buddies. Know the thing with the female oceans is like there wasn't you and I swear heist in the movie because the person they're haisting from was in on the heist. And I'm just like no, you can't do that. No, no, all right. So maybe it was a problem of like the actual story and the what like the way the highest went, because that those good eyes movie you have to the highst has to be good and believable, like did. The problem with a lot of the gender changing reboots is that they don't play on the actual premise enough and they don't actually have decent enough story that we don't actually know if the gender change actually does any good to it. But it's just they've all been shy. ghostbusters was shy, oceans was shy. Yeah, you're right. There just don't pay enough attention to the actual plot line and story and like the way you need to get your characters engaged. And I think it happens a lot with race as well, when it wanted to up like, you know, like like like the races of people, like, let's say which. No, no, but there there's always talks about how we should, you know, like the best of the name, the next James Bond should be black or so man, then I should be like told whatever. There's talks of. I could be Jodan. Yet man would be jilding being the next starface. Oh Yeah, I think you think that's happening. Yeah, it yeah, and it's just like yeah, I get what we mean, and it's just there needs to be a reason why, like I was talking to my unimates by other day about like like Bollywood or maybe like tunnel films and how like a lot of the actresses, yeah, they could be interchangeable between any actress and he wouldn't make a difference because their roles are so Shye. And that that's why you don't want when you change the gender or change the race of a character, you need that to play a part in the identity as a character. And if it doesn't, what the fucking point? Exactly, exactly that you. You've nailed it. It's like the identity of the character has to be rich. It doesn't because, like, yeah, I think it's good, like in one way it's good that you want to have more diversity, especially main big commercial movies like that, and I think in a lot ways just going to make the films like good. But let's say them if you make it, if you make it James Bond, and now all of a sudden you're talking about like, you know, his issues growing up, about like any that's a James won black. It took about his issues growing up as like, you know, a first generation, like British person coming from from like his parents having come from Africa before him. It's like, well, now it's not James Bond anymore. Like James Bond has nothing to do with those types of issues. No, James Bone can be black, but he just has to be James Bond. It just has to be like and it's like James Bond can't be a woman, because that is it will not be James Bond is it will take away all the elements that you like about the character. It makes no sense and it's the equivalent of whenever, like Hollywood tried to remake any of the animes and stuff like that. Yes, Scott Johnson's Asian, that makes sense. Yeah, cool, cool, cool. It's like it does play a part on the story, does play a part on their character, and like not giving that justice is doing is not doing the reboot any sort of El but talk. Yeah, basically, I think what we're talking about is like, in a general way, a good way to sum this up would be like, if you don't take care of the content first, a character first, and make those the most engaging as...

...possible, then you'll it doesn't matter how you spirit, how you market. It is like, Oh, the industry is changing, more black people, more women, all that doesn't matter how much you do that. Your movie and your TV show is Shit, and it actually sets it back even further, because now you're proving that you know people in those positions that might be of more diverse backgrounds or like not the stereotype. They don't. They can't, like, sell the movie, they can't make good movies because the second you start using diversity instead of to project your story but as a gimmick, you failed exactly exactly. And and on that note, vote for Gauss as mayor. Two Thousand and twenty is there is it's a decan having some competitions this year. When's the next May mayoral election happening? At a fucking clue? And I don't think anyr gives this shit. I mays at the moment like there's no city to rule at this cray. It's like, what the fuck are you going to be a mayor of a fucking living rooms? Well, I mean a few days ago when I went out with Ah, I'll tell you, I'll tell you this. This is the thing. A few days ago one of our friends came to London, Lommy. Oh yeah, I'll make Lommi came to London and I went to meet him in spirit a public park, I'm assuming, yeah, by the way, and that day everything was full, like but like it's like the other thought the economy would just restarted in like Camden, the Camden High Street, like they were more shops open, they were like stalls outside, people cut selling coffee and some like like fresh juicers, like it was shit was happening. And then the parks. I went to a park before I met him and the parks were fall like there was like a group of like fifteen people playing volleyball, like I was like, Oh, you motherfuckers, just say taking this shit seriously. With that said, I went and I met my mate, Lommy. We spoke for ages, drank a lot, a lot, a lot. I think we've met it around six and drank until I drunk throughout. I think it like two am. We decided to walk to kings cross from Camden to go by beer and we sort of stayed another two hours and kings cross and then like came back and he just and then we say good goodbye it. I was like that. She got home at like thirty. I'm like, what the fuck, we just had a night out, but like just us do. I mean, in many ways, I think that's that's the most respectful thing that you could have done. I wasn't. I wasn't. I wasn't the biggest fan. When he started that story. I was like, okay, how much are we keeping? How much is this illegal? But not. I feel that like I feel like you've listened to Bojo pretty well well. Actually, I mean with that, with that said, he's staying over, when I was staying over, is like our third roommate for now. So then saying you're going with a house me, that's fine. Yeah, exactly, but it was there free room or is he just like not floor, we he's are put them on the floor, but like he just there the back. No, I wanted to get him to surprise you, but you have to go. Yeah, he he basically, well, it was going to stay in my room, but he got it got home yesterday. We just the first day that he was going to stay. He got home and he yet he ate like a Kebab and then I just next thing, I know he's just felt asleep in the bed. And then I came out, first of all the room smelled like old cheese, all the expensive cheese because of his feet, like it is just my noch was in deserve it. And then I was like, I kind of I feel like it just needs to sleep. We just looked like he just wanted to sleep, so I kind of slept on the Sofa and but that's not happening anymore to from today he's going to sleep on the SOFA and I'll sleep in my bed. But yeah, man, that's that's a that's does the news that I was going to tell you, and that's why, horse, that's why you been busy. Yeah, I'm not jealous at all. Fuck you all. I am good alone and I'm not going insane and fuck you all and I'm so fucking Gent. No, Bro, I haven't drunk you like eight weeks. And and basically I don't think. No, wait, this started the week after. Look down, second legal all we think. Think the week after. Wait, no, no, yeah, yeah, yeah, you reckon. I haven't drunk like nine weeks. Gee, I haven't been this sober like since I was like twenty. So fucking pissed off. This is but, yeah, I'm happy for you, but you two are cuts. And if my brain, if, if I'm not speaking in a coherent way, it's beat, probably because of me and Lommy being together that first night and drinking and and and indulging ourselves in other ways the whole entire night. Anyway, that was it. Whatever the night decides, whatever the NYS. Yeah, and literally, my brain has been my brain is slow. I could feel like a legitimate like switch in thea in my brain functionality. Like literally, I feel like slightly hungover. I feel like the way I com post sentences now seemingly feel like that of a dyslexic. I've I make. I'm making a lot of mistakes, like swapping words around and using your the water correct in your head is working slowly. So then he just say...

...out exactly a food exactly. But you have a texted on someone's phone where they got all correct turned off. It's the craziest Shit, like you realize that you can't speak your language or type your language. Well, I've got it turned off just because of that, like I was. I got yeah, because my brain is like, Oh, if I don't need to know this. I can just forget about it, and then my brain will just literally be like no, no, you said that you have this thing that helps you write, yet that use that thing always, because if you don't have this, I will not hold this information because it is useless to me. I'm love you so much for how self aware you are and how lazy you that was just the was technical way of saying that I'm a lazy motherfuckers. I have to put myself through shit. Yeah, but I'm not in charge of it, man, I'm just going on my brain tells me to you and they're friends going with the flow, and I'm just here for the ride. Oh good, Gee. One one more thing I wanted to talk about is like, you know how you mentioned gangs of London. Well, yeah, you offen. I'm curious. Well, I liked the first episode, which was really two episodes, right. Yeah, it was like an hour and a half for the first episode. Yeah, I liked it and I think I like the structure and I like you know, he did what are those? He Blinders? No, no, he did that. You know, those the rate the raid films it directed. Yes, I forgot his name. So I was really excited to watch it and I I liked it. Oh, that's why the fight scene is so good. Yeah, so there's one episode, I you said, the first two in it. Yeah, yeah, I think there's towards the end of maybe episode three or something like that. There's like a bagging fight scene and I always literally in all of like the camera work and it's like there was one point where like the cameras moving with the sword and then there's a like acts out. It was so fucking good and I didn't like gather why, and then when he said the rate, everything clearly yeah, incredible. Obviously that makes sense. But yeah, continue, continue, sir. And I enjoyed the plot. I like the fact of having a sort of like Mathiosa family like in London, and I wasn't mad. I think that was very unique. Well, unique in the sense that because you always see it as America, you always see, oh, the try and have that areas, that Italians out that area, and it's just nice to see a London ified one. And it's like like you see all the races and it's just like Oh, first kind of like I don't even imagine the reality. We're like low level dogs. Know this like scary huge person that's taking over the city. But I like the idea that there is a kingpin of London and that ideology kind of quote, like it caught my into a like intrigue till the end. Hundred percent. Yeah, yeah, totally same. That's what I liked and I like them. The thing about like the sun having to inherit this and you know that the dad being killed happen. For those who haven't see it, happens straight straight away. So you don't really very spoiling anything but it. But I think one of the things that I didn't like, and I hate like criticizing people's performances, but like, I don't buy the character of the Sun. So I like the Ark, but the sun, I don't really buy him. I think that he feels more like a petulant child and it's but that's unbelievable. But, but, God, but they are playing on it. I would recommend giving the third episode ago and just seeing if you can give it another shot. But because they I think that's the first thing I thought, like even after the first episode or maybe halfway through the second, I thought, okay, I like this guy from peaky blinders, but he is a side piece in peaky branders and now he's the main guy. Say, is he good enough to carry this on? And you kind of see that he's like struggles they got. They cast it him perfectly. By the end of the story you completely under and they costume perfectly, but he's not good enough as a protagonist. I do agree with that as all. But but yeah, I okay, so what I like the character like arc that he's gone through and I know that that's what they're going for, but it's just there. I guess what. I didn't want to say it off, but it's just acting. It's just that I don't buy his acting. There's something about it was like the sun, even even if, like, because I've seen this, those type of that that makes it been exploded in the past where, you know, like a big matthew boss as a son or that's like all like even just a CEO as a son who's like seemingly weak as I see how to train a dragon. Yeah, it makes sense and you know it. Yeah, yeah, I mean it is kind of the same Ark for sure. And and the dragons are drugs. And guess what? No, no, dragons are coming to London because someone killed the head of the house, as if you watched it. Your kind of get it right. No, no, I feel you, feel you. I mean, okay, yes, I do, I do agree with that, but I think, I think his the the I guess his importance kind of depreciates over the over the series and like the story plays out even more. And Yeah, I was a big fan of the show. I became more and more into the show as it went on and they have a pretty decent start...

...off for the season two. Now. HMM, okay, okay, I mean I like I didn't dislike it. I was just like, you know, it was a thing where, you know, I've been to watch these shows and then I was like I was kind of put off and I was like, I'll just watch it later, I'll watch someone else. But yeah, call, someone else came about and I was like, you know, by the time you know, you sort of look back, you're like kind of don't want to go back to that, but not that was Brianna DNA, just my look at it. So that, I mean there's so many shows that I've started that I've just never finished and there's nothing wrong with the show, is just like you just lose your like momentum and he's just like yeah, never happens really, yeah, fee yea. I didn't do that until literally I had like I was like almost OCD with it. Well, if I if I started a show, I had to finish it, like and I didn't. I did not finish a show until I want to say third year of UNI. That's when I started at Geez and in. The only thing that is because I didn't. I stopped watching supernatural because it carried on. It was on a like the thirteen series and I was like, the last six years have been bad, but I've watched twenty two episodes every year and I couldn't keep up. And then from then on I kind of I was like, okay, that's that. That was me and Arrow back in the day. Yeah, Arrow became with that as well. Like I stopped watching it yet Arrow, the season one was incredible. It was basically Batman beyond. Mean, Batman begins. Oh Yeah, sorry, what did I say about and beyond? Oh No, no, but I'm Batman begins. Yes, and yeah, it was. It was. It was a great show and then it just got shit and then I think one person ended up saying the phase monster a week and and I just realize, awful, fuck's sakes, is scooby dude. And then I think since then I just came back in this show. It's it really hit me too hard that. I was just like are you guys pulled me in for Scooby Dude, SCOOBY DVD? Where are you, Dud Dude? I don't remember that. so you go, Bro God. First son you got this scooby, Scooby Doo and Scoop Skop, scoop it dud scattered up. Bobby, right fat. I mean we were having this chat on the break, but mass just having here you are. You started off by saying how, like, how made you were with the Kevin Hart interview, as only the Kevin Hart podcast with Joe Rogan. Yeah, yeah, so yesterday dragon part this podcast with Kevin Heart and I kind of just wanted to like go, I was I'm gonna Click, I'm gonna have some laughs. Like the first one was amazing. was like really, really funny, and they had some like an amazing story about like one of my favorite comedians. It's caught. His name is Patriso O'Neil and was dead. There's one used to be one of Kevin Harts best friends and and it was just jokes, but it also was inspirational. And they started off and Joe Rogan just even says like Yo, you, when last time you came was one of my favorite times, that you are like my one favorite podcast I've ever done. Like I literally change like the way I was after that, and I was like yeah, I was like actually, I kind of. I've been. I was thinking about a lot of the things that he said after the podcast for a long time. I was like, Oh, yeah, cool, so they're going to go for like honest a sit in the type of tone, and it did. Yeah, and and and it was so good. Like Kevin Hart talked about like how is car accident affected him and how debilitating it felt to him and how much he had to work. He said something really interesting. was like the fact that he'd been fit all his life and and it's commitment to fitness actually kind of saved him and it helped him. He'll way quicker because it was fully paralyzed. It couldn't even wipe his own hours and and people had to do everything for him and little by little we had to do physio, like and and and someone else who would have been bigger. If it was me, I would take me two years to start walking. So so that was definitely something. Is your funny more like five right? Yeah, but like he is now we have this connection and I know fashion, but it was really it kind of changed like my mind about fitness, like I always thought a fitness not just for that in the state, because I know that when you work out you feel good, because I yeah, I don't mean effect and all that exactly, and I know that you have more like energy, but I hadn't thought of like when something unexpected and you know, physically harmful happens to you. You if you're in a better shape, you you get a second John. Yeah, your odds improve it massively. Of like recovering and healing. It's like you know kid, when kids like Break Shit, it just heals quick and you know the all that you get through the slower heels. But if you keep yourself fit, it actually increases your chances of like I've just made, of making a full recovery, and which he says. He's like, yeah, I'm a ninety eight percent. Anyway. Then they touched on everything man and from life, and then he also did also touched on something very important, which is you, like, I'm not scared to ask questions. Like yeah, he had a really funny example, and I'm not going to say too much. I'm on the whole podcast is going to...

...be me talking about how great we're not paraphrasing his book, but he had a thing that I kind of relate to you. He was like, well, not in a in a way, he was at a Super War Party with Jeff Bezos and the owner of like them, wherever super bowl team that one. How could you relate to this, by the way? Well, I feel I can relate to this with the mindset that you had, not with any of our physical situation, because I was gonna say when, why did I get in? By Little Bitch Bezis what a my headphones coming. It's like you didn't order him, stupid, you in. And he said that, like as I'm going to go talk to Jeff Bezos, like I don't know his world, I just know how how much he's killing it. I took ask him about like Oh, what's like being a choionaire, and then his friend was like, oh no, no, man, be cool man, like so many people want to talk to him, like just, you know, play it, callings like no, and then literally he went on the offensive. Any went what? What? Why wouldn't you go up and talk to him? You doesn't? You don't have to make it it which introduce yourself and say how much you like it, but least you set up how much you like what he's doing and then it could be like a one minute conversation, but at least set it sets you. It sets you up for a next conversation, whereas if you don't do it, it doesn't and it could happened that next conversation happened to three years from now. But like there's a moment that we established a dynamic between two people. I mean, I do find it interesting that even when you're at the level of Kevin Hart, you have that body that says play a cool yeah, I find that fascinating that every every person has their equivalent, right, and it's like when we were were you there? Oh No, it's like when we were there for like a evening party for one of the shows from all the company. Yeah, and like there was one of the comedians from the show and like we would the real telling another mayor of ours to play it cool. It's like not embarrass himself, Bro, and he's just like. I find that fascinating that that kind of just that's to escalates just like the levels go ahead. Yeah, I mean it kind of plays on the fact that we will. Were talking about last week and how, like, I just don't see the point of like it doesn't ak it. Life isn't the case where it gives you opportunities. You make the opportunities and that's that's why I would say as in like the opportunities you miss. You made an attempt a but you didn't. You halfassed it. That's all I would say. So it's like if you can't fullast it, don't ask at all. Exactly. You could quote me on that exactly. Mean, I like the party example because, yeah, you like you said, like you know, we were in like well, you know, whatever industry you're in, you and you're going to run into people want to be in a social context with people where there are. There's me. Networking exists in every industry exactly, and I don't and I don't. I don't even like networking, but I think that thinking of it as just like shows, bro by the way, really I read that you hate no like, yeah, I'm horrible, I'm I'm I'm horrible. I'm horrible at making great connections with people in my industry actually, but you know, I know that that's not surprised. It literally all my best friends from the industry happened like at the same time, like all you, look, all us, lot, me, you random, all like fucking Lommy and jazz, all of that fucking you know. And but I think the idea because I've always thought, well, do I have to talk about, you know, someone famous, or like what are you? You know, you're not just going to go up to them and talk about a movie or like talk about yourself, and I just thought, I just like the idea of just going out to introduce yourself to someone that you admire. Is like if, if we're, instance, if you were at your company and you see your boss and you some something truly, not don't fake it, but like something truly inspires you about like our the way created a company's go. Oh Hey, by the way, I I literally I was. I happened to that. Someone told me like all that you did, or like I saw, I read the article online about like how you started the company, and I just think it's amazing. It is really inspired me and kept me going. I thanks a lot and then keep it moving like and that's really interesting because, well, I think throughout the years I have improved. I have sufficiently improve my networking skills. But like early days, as in if there was like the boss or like someone super senior to me in like the POB or someone like that, I wouldn't make an effort to go talk to them. And if they talk to me, it will be general small talk and then I'll just be like now, this is, this is this is ner racking, I'm going to fuck off right now. Yeah, but over time what I've realized the best thing, I. Best Thing for me is essentially if it's like a circle and you know, you know drunk ass. I mean I'm not. I'm not per se embarrassing, I'm just real. I. I just said me, no filter and yeah, and then one thing I've just started doing is just just completely just if I'm safe, I'm drinking or anything like that, I would just be myself around everyone. And I've had so many times were like the seniors kind of end up talking to me because just me just being real rather than trying to Astlec just looks much more like inviting than someone that's just trying to like networking is all about being memorable. It's not about kissing asses. HMM. All right, a...

...hundred percent, because it has to be. Any any conversation has to be a two way transfer, right. But we're people think when it's networking, your you're the customer. It's not that about them, as in you gotta give them something worthy to talk back at. So it's just like, yeah, it's true, it's true. I mean it generally. Yeah, it's definitely true. I just I like the specific example of like, if you see, if you're in a room with someone you admire, and even then, I'd like a someone that you they follow the course that you think. Oh, I like this bit from this cause go go ahead and tell them because one, if it was you, you'd love to hear it, but without expecting any strings. You like just go go ahead and tell them and like, if you do that enough times, like some, I think a lot of beautiful things can come from it, just because, one, you feel good that you just gave someone love, like you show someone love and to like they might remember you, and because it was honest and it was any and you went you went with it. But, like, I know that definitely, in terms of like general networking, you're right, like a lot of people kind of think of a way they should act and they had kind of take the tend to stick to that because they have an idea of what's acceptable and what's not acceptable and it. But when you do that, you kind of don't become human. You find yourself not taking enough chances with just talking to people and speaking your mind. And you do that for life, don't it kind of comes to what happens is you kind of you separate from everyone and and you become you don't Mesh with everyone as well, which is long was something something I have as well, for sure. Yeah, and I don't know if you've seen this or I don't know if it's even like if it's a thing on I think, but when it comes to like semi senior staff, I guess in any industry or any company I've mean to, they're usually quite similar in certain ways and then there, there, they all can be like they're like a homogeneous blob in the sense they're like they're there, the characteristics are very like identifiable anything. Oh, this is why you're doing well. This is this, this, you're doing this, very organized, you doing this. This is I see that completely. But then the ones above them, like when you go like quite senior, they're usually quite like identifiably different. They usually very unique, and I that's how I've always found like I feel like those semi seniors, like they've hit that ceiling because of the fact that they've lost. They put in the grind, they've been they doing their shit, they know how to do this shit, and this is coming from someone that's pretty injured. Over, I don't think that anywhere close to where I want to be. But I always find that like the seventeen people like hit that glass would because not necessarily because of the personality, because they always think that they were restrained by certain principles and certain like rules that they've set for themselves. So, yeah, yeah, and and by doing so, like people above them have just put them in a box. And the thing that you're not capable of this, you're not keepable. And I think I was like that in my first few jobs, or maybe like yeah, first view jobs, even when I was working with you. It's like during that time people did assume my capacity and I guess if you don't give someone the reasons reason to give the reason to give you, cut you some slack. You don't, you don't get it. But it's just like you. You need to know that you can evolved. When you unfortunately, you need to show the world that you can evolve more than you actually evolved, just so then that they give you a show. Yeah, for sure, for sure. And the best way to do that is literally, like, by being, it's Cringey, but but by bullying the yeah, balls are yeah, I literally by being slightly like Edgy and not not being to like in your mind. But then also, you know, there's also there's always a you know, you got a precursors with the fact that, like, it might be bad, like, you know, it might go too far. And well, that's the thing is, in like what you were saying about being bullsy and being edgy, I think that's the best advice for an introvert because, yeah, that's yes, they'll get a grave, yea impression. But if an extravent does, that made that guy getting fired on Monday. You know that? Yeah, for sure, for sure, and that also that, yeah, that's part of why I'm I'm quite because that makes sense, that this makes it as the job I've got. Ha Ha ha, Oh God, yeah, that's so, so good, so good, so good. You can hear me my voice right, so good. I'm driving, no man, but I think, yeah, it's good. I think it's good. Like people just need to figure out a way to be themselves at work. And it was actually like it's a psychological term as well, which is like for like introverts. I think that might be useful to know. Is like, yeah, it's called the shadow self, like the sad the other self. Is that shadow self? Yeah, this idea that there's like there's a person that you think you are in your heads and then there's a person that you are when you're with other people. And then, if, if you, if there's a too bigger gap between the...

...person you think you are in your heads and the person you are when you interruct with other people, eventually you feel start feeling shit because you're like, I'm not being me with these things. Are Guilt. There's a guilt and as a shame, and there's also a kind of like you start to bully yourself because you you, you're like you kind of end up being in place, in positions that you don't want to be in because the group will just do it, because you don't have enough of a strong presence, like because because you're not. The only reason it's not because they're stronger, is because you're not showing, like, who you're not taking enough Charles and figure out who you are, or you're not showing who you are in some sort of way. Dis fucking fascinating and as someone that I would say I was much more introverted back in the day, I think during the time that you we work together, is probably the time that I, like, changed so much more, and I think for yeah, I think there was a point now which I realize that I've the fast time. I'm hearing about the theory. But, like I realized that, and I did used to get the guilt a lot and I used to be ashamed of it. Used to be feeling like, I don't know what I'm doing. So vibes because it gives you identity crisis. Right, yeah, you're ashamed to be yourself around people that you have to see every single day. What is what is that life? And then, like, there was there was a point at which I slowly changed to just be more just be more met all the time and I think it is a very slow, slow process and one thing that sped it up in my sound cringey as fuck, but I was inspired by the movie Yes man and one year, I believe it was two thousand and nineteen. No, yeah, I was two thousand and nineteen, the whole of two thousand and nineteen. Anything that came my way, I just said yes, and that's why I got shit faced so many times. I just never said no to random like it met. I mean stupid mistakes, I mean the fucked up mistakes. But it's not like I only said Yes to the drinking opportunity. I said yes, did like just removing any certain sense of doubt, removing any sense of skepticism. Just go for and see what happens. Yeah, I always I always put poker face, but I was pretty miserable at the time. But all these opportunities, but like it's it did make me a bad person and the amount of Shit that I genuine think I did a fuck turner growing without the use of any trauma in two thousand and nineteen. So we go there is it goes great, but then two thousand and twenty started and then it hold on a trauma to build on. So that's even better. Growth, more work. You're a grinder. You make it through. So I wanted to talk about my take the heat this week. This kind of sporn from a video that likes s and me and it was essentially Tom Gal talking about skin term. HMM, and I think I've had this composition a lot with like Asian maids and stuff like that. I think personally a lot of this is general knowledge, or general knowledge that it is an Asian stigma, Asian stereotype and all that ship within the Asian for me. But do tell me if any of this is like new to you or if you wouldn't. You wouldn't know. You guess this shit. But so the the basic thing is that within like South Asia least, it's it's you. It's superior to be fairer, fairer skinned and with an it all. This video also made the argument that it's superior to be darker skinned as a man and fair skin as a woman. MMM, and here's my goal. I I don't think it's that. I think it's more because they use the argument of even the in tongue cinema like they they prioritize dark skinned men more and stuff like that. I don't think it's that. I think, at least in the cinema aspect of stuff, because it's in a perspective of a man and because the common man is generally like percentage right darker, they're trying to relate to more of them and as the woman is misogonistically the treasure, you get the most superior form of it, which is the palless farck Arabian looking one. MMM and and it's just like I do find that fascinating, I guess. And like, like I'm I'll ask girls like like what's your preference? Yeah, in terms of like skin Terne. So what would your preference be? So you have preference. I have ad some thoughts on it, just in general, some question. So yeah, so I think, do you think one that most girls would agree with that, with the take that? Oh, as far as I'm concerned, it feels like yeah, dark skinned men get so yeah, so you you agreed that dark skinned men? Do you get more roles within like Tumil media, let's say. And yes, there a skinned stuf Asian women get more roles within. Yes, but...

...you don't really disagree about the reasons disagreeable. Yeah, yeah, and I do find it interesting. that. Okay, that I think I know the reasons. I think I can gather the reasons. But I was going to say my dad's generation movies back then, like it was always fairer skinned men as well. MMM. And I think what essentially has happened is that the idolization of fairer skin, for at least men, kind of stopped at one point where they became selfaware enough to not, I'd lie something that they're not. Yeah, but it just became and I that's why I think that it's more than obvious that the point where, like the cinemas, in the perspective of a man. That's why I like that movement necessary hasn't taken place for them. said, I was going to just finish it off with saying mate, in fucking India, like the biggest cream ever, is fucking fair and lovely, fair and fucking lovely, and it would a male version is bear and handsome. where. Is that true? The male version? Yes, very present, hundred yeah, I mean that's interesting. I think this colorism like everywhere. All right, so there's a there's a few things that I think. Yeah, I think it's really interesting that in most of the world, yeah, being fairer skin like you will have more advantages and does looked upon as like a more of a goal. It's true in Africa, in Astrud Asia, and it's South Asia, but like also like in that's North Asia, like we're China and Korea and South Korea and all that. And they because like they have like they literally bleached their skin as well, and there's a lot of at when African leas there. Yeah, I've heard like that's the thing in like some Monian goes. Have heard them talk about bleaching in the Shuler as, like I didn't know this was even a thing. That's like that sounds yeah, you used to be back in the day like a like a thing, but like now I think at least were most black people talk about it. Like, for instance, good like those of a lot of a lot of UK celebrities actually got in trouble for like you know this. And let's say like black girls are dark skin and black girls like on twitter, I think storms. He had one. My Jama had one, which is just like all these dark these black skin bitches by all out like there was a way of people should talk the same way that people back in the day. You should just throw the you know, the F words about end, word, year, whatever, whatever word. But now it's like it's honestly not cool, like if you hear like people really, really in tune with the fact that, you know, colorism is silly and it's essentially just a result of the introduction of European and into territories and, you know, them sort of being supreme in a sense. ME, the black was the first man AC surely that should give me some sum sort of priority. I mean it's I think, you know, you should just be like who you are. Like you said, there's no point idolizing something that you're not. You could be inspired by something that you're not, but like idealizing it to the point where you feel shit about yourself is ridiculous. And Yeah, I think that you're going. I did find it interesting that there was those examples that I've heard where I think that has seeped into this generation. Maybe, just maybe even, like, just, maybe, Justin in the brank of me. Maybe, like most of the come other commuters are woke more. But like, there there is comments I've heard where like, well, like why compliment someone's complete like complexion? Like why? And I like features are different thing, like yeah, you get one as you can. You can complate someone's eyes and all that shit, but like my complementsonees get like that. That why is that any sort of thing? As in like, like saying someone has a sexy skin tone. That is like me saying it to like someone that has a perfect time. That's that's that I am. I personally am attracted to darker skin, mainly because I didn't sell F analysis. I know why I am attractive darker skin. I think from a very young age I decided. I decided that my parents are wrong and everything, because they said, because they said I'm fair and that's a good thing. Like yeah, no, I want to dark, bitch, that's hilarious. Yeah, man, I mean, I think you know it's there's also an the fact that you are as good a bit philosophical here means that in everything that is around you is not you. And so when you know your's no story, I'm sorry, once you acknowledge the fact that you exists, it means that every everything else and every everyone else isn't you, which means, and it's the fact that you feel shit when you exist means that you're like, oh, it might. You kind of people just try to find like other people are the cultures to be like that. They're doing this better and it's a good way to be because you know, you you kind of find yourself through the more mixing and and all this stuff. But of course I think there is. It's like to me it's always going to be the...

...case there you're always going to like, you know, there's like I know, like what you're what I remember one of a lot of my black friends, like darker black friends. They like when the sun came out there, like you, I'm not going out there, like I try to get talker, like it was hilarious at the time. I mean it still is, but like it's if they're like Yo, literally that didn't looking for like parasols, like I'm surprised no one brought one like to school. But and then I know like loads of my white friends would like they were soon as the sun comes out of like I need to get a time. I need who also want to have changed their skin like the but it's a the tone of their skin and it's this idea that you kind of feel like you're kind of never enough. I think that's that's interesting. I think so that that's why, in that sense, it happens in whatever culture dominates, kind of dominates the way that you think about that. So, let's say if if the dark if dark skin Asian men had like done what it's a Great Britain did to the rest of the world, then that would be it was enough of us. I don't know why we did yo, Hinduism, Bro that that that got you look being more peaceful for her. You want to set as much as savage as even though that it has this problems. Yeah, but but you know what I mean, like it's like it that whatever values are exist in your life are because there is a dominant culture and as a hierarchy of values, and whoever is the top of that food chain, they kind of decides whatever values are common between the like they said, the one percent, those are the values to aspire to you, because it's like why wouldn't superior? Yeah, and I think it goes into you know, most of the time it's true, because it's like Oh, hard working people work really hard, make it, make a lot of money. Cool, but it goes into silly things as like, oh, actually, there's loads of really, you know, successful people who will like white or like black or whatever the case. It could be. Any example about skin, and you're like, people also make connections about that. Oh, I have to be with someone that has that profile, that is static profile, because I'll be in a better position because, I guess parents, like Asian parents, have like embedded this us into like into our heads. You either go like me, Whi should dickhead move, I just go off opposing all instructions, or you go for the typical one of like you still seek their approval. So you go for the one that they seek us like superior, and it is is fascinating on that front. And like, I don't know if you have any direct examples of this, but one thing that came to my mind when I started looking into this is, is it a noos? I think I got a really shy ass, grady right. Yeah, and obviously education in a brown household is the only important thing. Your life comes let next, food comes next, and so so I got ass moping for the situation that that's cool, I've adverse, and then by remember that get whilst the ASS, while pitch was concurring. Okay, Dad said, dude, dude, don't make me look stupid. So I said, I just saw it. I just said I got bad as it's because don sorry, got and while do a caring, I remember my dad saying, Oh, the only good thing is that you were born light. MMM, like like you've got no other thing were to you. And it's like, I think that stuck by fat guys till the end of his days. Rest in peace, buddy. Yeah, my fuck guys. Yeah, that's gotta be tough. And Yeah, and I guess maybe that that that is the starting of why, I guess I chose to like oppose them on many things. But like yeah, as in, like if shit is that embedded into that, in fit into their head, that like like worth of someone still can include the skin tone, and should I it's like it is is fucking crazy how deep it goes. I think. Yeah, it's true. There's I mean, but you know, there is also true that because so many people believe that and because of how long people have seen viewed the wall this way like you have. Yeah, people grow up regarditating and like these things that they learned themselves and and they end up playing like being true within society. Like, you know, let's say, if you were in a tone of society, if you like, in your odds might be better, right, I don't know, I don't know, but like depending on which house. But sometimes I look like I'm an incognito mode. But yeah, what do you mean? You know little, but yeah, but growing up like light skin black, I remember...

...that was definitely like, if you if you want to put a hierarchy of like what's beautiful and what's not, like that light skin black was definitely and it's definitely something that I perpetuated. Like I used to like especially mix like mixed race girls. I just used to like the way they look and also it's a thing that's also natural. A lot of people like mixed race babies is so cute, like I mean, I mean, I mean, so it's not. Okay, mixed race babies are one other thing. Misrice people are elite. I'm sorry for that. Caramel skin tone is fucking elite, and that's that. You know what I can discarnate. I will say that they are the they are the future gene that, like you, we've even mentioned this in another podcast. Like the color of the rock is basically going to be the whole civilization, it's going to be the elite population of the future. Get over it. This is true. This is true, and but, yeah, but I think, let's say, was it. Once everyone's get getting mixed up, like race, which already shouldn't be such a big deal, like it will eventually dissiplate and like people will be forced to like solve the world's problems without anyone being able to play the race card, because now you all related to it. Not Allay it to each other, but, like you know, you all have descendance that have done horrible shit and the sense of done great shit, the sense of being a sex and that all this stuffs like the UNO card with all four on it. Yeah, it kind of dude, but honestly, like, yeah, I guess it's a thing that exists and it's a thing that's on people's minds, of course, but I think that it becomes a reality only because in people's minds, not because it represents the actual reality. Yes, and I also do think that there's maybe people that don't give any thought and like they act subconsciously, and is what it is. But, like, I think we are the only generation that can just stand up and just say, like, just be selfconscious or self aware of why certain things happen. So then, like at least we're not teaching the same values that will talk to us that caused that to happen for us. Because I preferences are built in at this point right like when you become a man or when you become a woman. By then, I think your preferences are in stone. Or you might you might dabble a little bit in and now, but I do think that what led you all those years has made you like certain things, have like made you idolize certain characteristic certain features, and that's been set in stone. So then you ain't going to change that by as long as yourself aware of whys done that and certain things that maybe shouldn't have been in the first place, if you are aware to give back to the next generation. We can't fucking fix it. Yeah, man, I mean yeah, you can, you can make it better. I don't but to me, like I saying, like, fundamentally, I don't think the problem can be fixed because the very fact that you're not happy at one point in your life, you're not happy with who you are, it means that you're seeing people who, and they may be better than you like, as soon as you admit and you that you live with people and you build up a value system and with everyone's characteristics and physical appearance, that everyone quits hierarchies for everything. There's people were better looking at other people. There's people that in better shape, with like. There are people better looking, better shape, smarter, that have every like all that. They have all the text than me. So from that you cut it can kind of just shading you. Yeah, I know, right, I heard you. I know I met one guy once. It's true. They're true to the better looking and I'm staring right at him. Know You, I think human beings just look for things to fix. They look for problems like this. To have problems is to think and when you have, when you think through problems, you fix them. You find other problems and that's why, you know, if you, if you brought back fucking a tenzero people from two hundred years ago, put them in London to the our lifestyle, there would be in bliss for like about two months. Eventually did get did get used to it, and it's start complaining about like the same things. We can plain like. It's a guy from the tutor times its complained about his WIFI's beat out. Piss the fuck out. Yeah, Dude, I think fundamentally like those type of problems are going to be there, but we have to make them better because some people give those type of things too much credis. And Yeah, yeah, especially with skins. Skin doesn't make sense, like just accept skin that you have and keep it moving, like were you talking about? It's just it's just so stupid, like pretty. But yeah, Nah, that's that's that's good shit. I'm not completely agree, just wanted to get out, get off my chest. I feel like we did. Yeah, man, I'm glad you talked about it, because I know a lot of people like saying in and don't be ashamed of yourself, your skin, and just skin. Accept your skin and if someone...

...else doesn't, get the fuck away from them, or if you really love them, then just don't talk to them about that and keep it moving. There we go. That's it, but that's the Audi advice, I think. So for this week's pages from my memoirs, I've decided to pick an interesting story from my childhood's all right, so I'm living in Portugal. I'm about Oh, Portugal Oh cool, Terry. That's right. I was born in France and lived there for a long time, until I was six pound then yet that I was Portugal. Well traveled man, I know languages. I'm tryinglingual. Yeah, so I'm about seven years old. Yeah, I'm seven years old, and me and my older sister, was four years older than me, are walking back from school, and mind you, my primary school was like five minutes if that, from my house. So like she'd we just walked back together. We get to the street and we see a car and then the car stops in that car is mad. As we walked close as we walk through the streets, that man says hey, it starts talking to us and we realize that his dick is out. True Story, and he is Dick is out and it and then I'm like my seven year old mine is just going like they make them this big, like I don't even know. I'm totally unaware of how wrong this is. And it's like Hey, do you guys want to lift and then I'm like yeah, even though there's only thirty seconds more to walk. I was like, Oh, I've never been the car like this. Why not? Had I've been by myself, I would have gotten in the car and my I see my sisters getting uneasy. She's like she's clearly like more switched on than I am and like, because I guess she's four years older than me, and she starts like crush, let's go, let's go, and going like let's go, and I'm like yeah, let's get the car, which get we get them much quicker, and she's like no, fat and my sister just starts crying and runs and I'm like Oh, so, I'm like, I'm then I realize, Oh, this is not all right, it's something, something's wrong. Yes, I just run after her and then we get home and my sisters like Bawling in my and she tells my Dad and my dad is pissed off and like I've never seen my dad work out and he's there. He's wearing flip flops and is wearing shorts, he's got no shot on and he just he doesn't even let her finish the story, I think pretty much. I'm pretty sure you just hear Dick and he's like Oh, opens the door runs. I'm to this day's never seen anyone run faster in my life. I think it was like you know those stories where like the kids is like stuck under like a car, and then the mother's car and the mom left the cars. I honestly think my dad beat you, sayings bold record like did in that point, while swearing flip flops and he and so let me just put that into the poor you say that he right after it with flipflops from and be how you went into a club with Philip flops on, like this family just consistent with this brand. What can I say? I'm my father's son and you can't change your Daddy. And so he runs and then obviously the guy was in the car and fucked off, like you know, like a minute before, and it was I wasn't anywhere to be seen. And he comes back and he's I remembered feeling and remembering that he's got this intensity about about him, as like all right, so what happened? And my sister's he's like Jeffy seen, like what? Jim with the lights play, is like no, I don't know, Oh my God, and he asked me is I did you remember any of the numbers, letters and the license plate? And I at that point I'm I've never felt this type of attention for my dad's so, honestly, I started milking it. I'm just like, Oh, I think it's ass or that Jay one. I just milked a moment and it's, like you said, he's writing it down as Jay. What I'm just now actually, no, it's not that. It's A. It's yeah, it's X, but it goes out of like five minutes and I was like and I just give him some fake like thing and I'm actually maybe I don't remember it, but just the way he looked at me. You paid so much attention to me. I was like, I've got I am the man of the hour. And that's the story about how I had no survival instincts at seven. It absolutely proves I had knows about instincts or seven and how how much of an attenency care I have. I've always been so. So let me just get this straight. So you didn't shoot yourself when you need to, and then when I did, I mean...

...that's what did in the young to life, but to get where was something once still cuttle come back and catch up to you. That's just the way the worlds, and that is a page from my memoir. It happens. Okay, I mean, I mean, sorry, I am laughing a lot of the story. I guess I'm laughing at your depiction of it, but that is what's so scary as fuck. But the only good thing is that is like it was so close to home that like yeah, yeah, as in like it's safe. It wasn't the second save. It was a two minute too minute yet for the two minute walk. That story could have changed completely like this, like how how fast is the eleven year old in the seven year old going to run? Exactly, and I mean, I mean, but that sounded vicious, saying I'll love it's it's not. It sounds like you're making a plan. No, I know what you mean. I know you mean and I'm not trying to like belittle it. I'll be not recoless. I'm very, very lucky to like it could have been so much worse and had I been by myself, it would have been a lot worse and I would have all all those are different types of cars, like mental scarring. But like I just you know, because I guess nothing happened. Yeah, I think. Yeah, I kind of just I just spotted all like this weird stuff, funny stuff that you know, really has nothing to do with the act itself of the guy, but everything to do with my reaction to it. Attingen, seeking little ass sack, I've got my dad's attention. I'm a rinse this year. That was an ups alone in it, I feel like those that sign I've honestly never felt so important in my life. It hasn't, it didn't happened before. All sense, that was my moment to shine. If I that would thou was an us going to be like. And I want to thank everyone that got me up to this stage, like and I want to thank the Pedo and most important, last but not least, you, sir. You made it happen. Yes, you could put it dick away. Now you and your white Portuguese cat can really set me up the standard. It's a stardom. I mean, yeah, that's the this is a lowesome, real shit, but it is jokes, that is, that is gigs, a crazy pages and sonic page. Yeah, Yep, Yep, Ye, Ye, very glad that we have pages this feel it was good just to see your face, like your reaction to it. Yeah, of disbelief that I could see your mind working with like, okay, stelling this. So it has to be like. It could be funny, but like he because he's laughing. But I feel I shuld being concerned. I've been every step you. I should be concerned. Nobody, I think, is at this point. I'M gonna I'M NOT gonna lie. If you were touched and you didn't tell me, I'll be her. Our friendship is at the point where if you were touched, as the Kiddy, but Peto, I should have known by that. Now that's I I assumed. I assumes that nothing happened, but it was. Has To be funny, so it couldn't have been anything even further. So say, what did Little Fab do? It was a totally not selfaware waste of human gens. Because if the thing is, if the world is ruled by survival of the fittest, that boy was not fit at all. He's lucky us, like a chance. Oh my God. All Right, Fam do you recommend dad? I think we are episode. I whoo, whoo Jow for now.

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