Episode 347

May 16, 2024


You sure about that, Britt?

You sure about that, Britt?
BTG For President
You sure about that, Britt?

May 16 2024 | 01:43:07


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BTG For President Episode #347

Britt is back!!! We got some crazy questions that took us on a journey. We settled down with some more serious questions towards the end but buckle up…because we have questions lol.

You sure about that, Britt? #B4P347

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[00:00:04] Speaker A: Somebody needs to do a song for LA. [00:00:13] Speaker B: Hello, my name is Elaine, and I'll be your tour guide through south central Los Angeles. [00:00:18] Speaker A: Look, count my nose, smoker. I'm from California. Where you from? So what? I'm from California. California, California, California. This is Los Angeles. Where are we going, bitch? I'm popular, predominant zone binoculars Montclair jacket nigga purple brand sag nigga queens on my felag, ABC I get the job and my bitch hella bad, double D's, booby v all y'all niggas pretty loose, I'm feeling like I'm bulletproof. You go shoot ho, nigga who? Nigga shoot nigga? Niggas always dissing, but not one of us is dead. I'm from the lane, gangster crit my last name nigga, see my click, bitch been affiliated since a little g I can't walk with Eddie, baby, come fuck with the sucker. Shut your bitch. [00:01:12] Speaker B: That's up. [00:01:12] Speaker A: If I'm a sucker, catch the faith. What's up? What it do? Yo, we got some questions to answer. We do some very important questions. [00:01:28] Speaker B: We do these. [00:01:30] Speaker A: Que? And you know what I like? I like I text you. I had at least 30 more questions that I asked on. On the live. They were some good ones, too. I did not screenshot it. We cannot get those questions back. I don't think I would be able to remember them all. One of them was like, one of them was, would you. Would you want to be able to walk backwards as good as you could walk forward or remember everything you've said in your life? [00:02:10] Speaker B: I'm gonna do the walk backwards. [00:02:13] Speaker A: That'd be wild. King James said you'd be able to play defensive back real good. [00:02:22] Speaker B: That's a fact. [00:02:25] Speaker A: But you know how that goes. I, um. I was up one night, and I had something in my system, and these questions came out of nowhere. Well, well, but there's some very important questions, though. [00:02:54] Speaker B: I'm just trying to think, why are they so important? What. What's. What's gonna happen where? These are very important questions. Like, we gotta know the answers. [00:03:05] Speaker A: Cause it's gonna let me know. It's gonna let me know what type of person you are. [00:03:09] Speaker B: Ah, it's like personality quiz. [00:03:11] Speaker A: Yeah, it's like one of those. All right, so look, for example. For example. For example, for example, this is important. Cause I don't know what to do. Get rid of spider. Get rid of spiders, ants, or roaches forever. But the, you know, the other two that you do not pick, they double. [00:03:31] Speaker B: Yeah. And I'm getting rid of roaches. [00:03:34] Speaker A: So I thought about it. I thought about it, because it's gonna be between ants and spiders for me. [00:03:45] Speaker B: Why? [00:03:46] Speaker A: Because, look, you could actually, if you have roaches, you can come get that taken care of and you don't have to see a roach again. Okay? [00:03:56] Speaker B: You don't know a lot about roaches. [00:03:58] Speaker A: Yeah, I do. Now, I didn't have roaches. I had roaches before, but I had a, well, not necessarily my neighbor, but shit, we did go over his house a lot. I don't wanna put his name out there. I don't even know where he at in life. But there was a kid that had a sister. I think he had a sister, if I'm not mistaken. Cool cat. But it was so many roaches in his house, though. Crazy, right? No, and I had two friends like that. I don't wanna say they named, I don't, but I almost did. Okay, but, but, but the amount of roaches, and they both had to get the exterminator to come over and it was a pile of them at, when they were done, right. So I get it. I get it when it comes to roaches, but I'm terrified of spiders all the way down to daddy, daddy long legs. I just killed one today. But ants are just irritating. You know what I mean? Marcy is, Marcy and Bailey, they are, they can't. Like, how I feel about spiders is how they feel about ants. They scan, crawl, stuff like that. I get it. But summertime, and it seemed like anytime you buy a watermelon, then motherfuckers just find their way in your house. And if you get an ant problem, because they're the smaller out of the two. [00:05:35] Speaker B: Mm hmm. [00:05:36] Speaker A: And I mean, you can find some suppliers, uh, you know, that's some ant size and stuff like that. But the amount of ants you can have in your kitchen during the summertime, it is very, and then you gotta like repackage the food, you got to push it in containers and stuff like that. [00:05:55] Speaker B: But you gotta do that, you gotta do that with ants and roaches in row in roaches. [00:06:00] Speaker A: You are correct. Cuz the roaches are more ghetto. Cuz they gonna, they gonna be, you know, saying, and they sneaky. [00:06:07] Speaker B: Here's the thing, here's the thing with roaches, though. It's the same thing. You got packaged up, the food, whatever, but like, them motherfuckers is everywhere. And I read somewhere that if you don't kill it properly, if it is with children and you don't kill it properly, those little bitty eggs would ever continue to do what they gotta do. And you got more roaches. [00:06:40] Speaker A: Yeah, yeah, they fucking. They are. [00:06:46] Speaker B: But with ants, spray won't work on roaches. Like, exterminator can come and it's still not 100% guaranteed. [00:06:57] Speaker A: You gotta put that. You gotta put that blanket over your house. [00:07:00] Speaker B: Yeah, leave that shit alone for like a week plus. [00:07:04] Speaker A: Yeah, you gotta go. [00:07:04] Speaker B: But like, with ants, though, with ants, you got the ant traps, you got the sprays, and them shits work. Cuz I had an ant problem out in Cali. I had an ant problem during the summertime. I know, and it's annoying. And you're like, damn. Damn, where'd this motherfucker come from? [00:07:21] Speaker A: Slapping a dog shit out of yourself all night? [00:07:24] Speaker B: And you know what? With the man's, there's always like two or three that just stray away from the trail. Like, all your homeboys are the nosy ones. [00:07:34] Speaker A: They all, they just want to go somewhere else. The mission. Cause we already know the mission is to go get some food and bring it back to the crib. No. Right. This nigga want to go over here by my shoes. There's nothing over here, bro. [00:07:49] Speaker B: Yeah, but I'd rather deal with. With ants and spiders. Like, I know. [00:07:53] Speaker A: I don't know how you can keep spiders. I know. I know. They can help keep. I mean, they'll get rid of the ants and the roaches. Yeah, but that's. That's only them dumb niggas that we just finished talking about that. Steer away from the pad. [00:08:11] Speaker B: I can. I can deal with ants. I can deal with spiders. I don't. I'm not saying, like, oh, I love. I love spiders. I love it. No, out of those three, I'll deal with ants and spiders. I ain't dealing with no roaches. [00:08:26] Speaker A: Okay, so let's see what else we got. This is it. This is a cool one. Be able to turn pain into pleasure or control your emotions on demand. [00:08:37] Speaker B: See, I don't feel like my emotions are irate for me to be. Like, I can't control my emotions. [00:08:45] Speaker A: No, but I mean, it'd be with anything. Like, you go through a breakup, not cry. Yeah, you could just. You could use on demand, just be happy like nothing ever happened. And I could help you out as an actress. Get the cut on a waterwork whenever you want to. [00:09:08] Speaker B: I didn't think of it in the reverse. [00:09:10] Speaker A: Or if you want to be. If you want to go down to a lower level than that, you can manipulate people. [00:09:20] Speaker B: Oh, shit. I ain't doing that. I don't want that. I don't want that on me. I guess paid into pleasure because you just got. [00:09:34] Speaker A: You just gotta be sure you don't get addicted to it. Yeah, I actually got an episode of that on. What was that? Black Mirror. Yeah, they got an episode like that where the more he was. He got, I think, the dopamine from causing pain to himself. [00:09:56] Speaker B: I don't remember that one. [00:09:58] Speaker A: I remember. I remember it got all the way down to he was like. He was yanking out his teeth and shit. Like that one. See, by the time it got to the end of the episode, like, he was really his. But, yeah, it was real bad. [00:10:11] Speaker B: Look, I like black mirror. I really do. But that should be getting my anxiety so high sometimes that, like, I. I will skip forward through scenes or I will read. Like, I'll get to a certain point in the episode, I'm like, hell, no. Next. [00:10:30] Speaker A: Like, that anxiety between. Between black mirror and love hate robot. It was a love hate robot. I think it was love hate robot. [00:10:42] Speaker B: I don't know that one. [00:10:44] Speaker A: What? I think you would love that. Hold on, man. [00:10:49] Speaker B: Let me look that up. Love hate robot, you say? [00:10:52] Speaker A: Yeah, I think. I think I got it. I think I get. Wait, it was love hate. No, no, no, no. [00:11:01] Speaker B: Love death robot. [00:11:02] Speaker A: Love death robot. Yeah, yeah. Love death robot. That shit is. [00:11:07] Speaker B: I'll check it out. [00:11:08] Speaker A: And you definitely got to be under the influence when you watch that. [00:11:11] Speaker B: Oh, shit. [00:11:12] Speaker A: It's a whole totally different experience. [00:11:16] Speaker B: I'll check that out. But, yeah, that black mirror shit. My anxiety be so high. But I think. I think I would rather do the. Turn pain into pleasure. Because think about it, right? As you know, I got to deal with migraines. [00:11:32] Speaker A: Oh, yeah. [00:11:32] Speaker B: And that shit is painful, so. And I deal with that, like, once or twice a month, give or take. So since I have stuff that causes me pain on a regular basis, I think I'd rather do that as well. [00:11:49] Speaker A: That's why. [00:11:49] Speaker B: Yeah, I don't want to manipulate nobody. I know I do cry at every little thing, but I get over that. [00:11:58] Speaker A: You gonna change that right around. All right, what about this one own drake? [00:12:03] Speaker B: No, no, no, no. You got an answer. [00:12:05] Speaker A: What. What was the question? [00:12:13] Speaker B: Be able to turn pain into pleasure. Control your emotions on demand. [00:12:16] Speaker A: I could. I'm. Look, I only could pick one because the other one, I'm already Capricorns. Capricorn can't control it already. That's our superpower. No, but no, I would do control emotions on demand. Yeah, I think I would probably do that. And then I'd probably just milk it and be an actor. [00:12:41] Speaker B: Okay. [00:12:42] Speaker A: Yeah. And then. And then on top of that, like, I think I'll probably be able to help deescalate a couple of things. [00:12:53] Speaker B: Cause your emotions are out of it. [00:12:55] Speaker A: Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And even, you know, even avoid getting into artications myself, you know? Let's see. Own Drake's full catalog by yourself or own the copyright to one Marvel character. You could pick whoever that character is. [00:13:16] Speaker B: Copyrights. Copyrights. Because I'd rather be. Yeah, I'd rather be proud of whatever I own, and I ain't gonna be proud of Drake's cat. I don't want that shit. [00:13:26] Speaker A: Freaky ass nigga. You a 69 guy. Which character? [00:13:33] Speaker B: The oboe. Oh, no, but see, before this whole beef thing. Let me straighten that up. I ain't never liked Drake like that. [00:13:46] Speaker A: Nobody did. Man. We know what it was. [00:13:48] Speaker B: They never liked Drake like that. He might have got me with, like, four or five songs a long time ago. I mean, years ago, but not no album. [00:13:59] Speaker A: The fan base is scrambling right now, trying to figure out how so many people turn. Turn their back on them. They starting to realize that the fan base was built on faulty foundation from the beginning. That ain't our fault, though. No. Which Marvel character, though, would you pick? You already know the popular one. I done got two Spider Man's already. [00:14:26] Speaker B: This is Marvel. Hold on, cuz. I be getting. [00:14:30] Speaker A: I'll let you know. I'll let you know. DC ain't got that much, nigga. Dim niggas may have a starting five, and that might be it. [00:14:42] Speaker B: I think I'm gonna go with. It's between two. Eeny, meenie, miney, moe. Um, ma'am, I think I'm gonna go with Thor. [00:14:55] Speaker A: Thor. That's a good one. [00:14:57] Speaker B: Yeah. Honorable mention would be Iron man, but I think I'm gonna go with Thor. [00:15:02] Speaker A: Okay. All right. I would have thought you. I went with Spider man. You know, that's the most popular one I heard. [00:15:10] Speaker B: But you know what? True story. I don't really care for Spider man like that. Yeah, not really. I'll watch it, but I'm not, like. I'm not eager to. [00:15:24] Speaker A: Spider man is definitely a. Spider man is definitely a 69 guy. He is. Him and a Hulk. Both of them. [00:15:39] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:15:42] Speaker A: I would. Let me tell you what I would do. I'm so diabolical. I'll take Drake's catalog and then sell it and give the money to the black community. [00:15:58] Speaker B: No, look at you. [00:15:59] Speaker A: Look at that. [00:16:02] Speaker B: Look at you. You damn active. [00:16:04] Speaker A: I'm getting up. I'm gonna give it all the compton. I keep. Keep some myself. [00:16:14] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:16:16] Speaker A: All right, let's see what else we got. If I could think of the old. The ones that I had on live was crazy. Like, do you got the. Did I sent you the Facetime one? [00:16:27] Speaker B: Yes, you did. [00:16:28] Speaker A: What was that one again? It was Facetime. The aliens or what? [00:16:32] Speaker B: Facetime. Aliens. Or be able to watch your dates in real time. [00:16:36] Speaker A: Okay, now that's one right there. So let me explain that one. You go on a date, and while you're on the date, you get to watch yourself while you're on the date. [00:16:48] Speaker B: I think I'd rather do that than Facetime some aliens. [00:16:52] Speaker A: I don't know if I could, Brent. I don't know if I can pass up on aliens, dog. Like, for real. I get the Facetime niggas anytime I want to. [00:17:00] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:17:01] Speaker A: I don't know, man. That's a tough one. Right? Well, I'm not going on any dates anyway. [00:17:06] Speaker B: Yeah, see, that's the difference between you and me. [00:17:11] Speaker A: I just thought about it. [00:17:12] Speaker B: Well, no, you going on dates with your wife. You can see. [00:17:16] Speaker A: I don't want to see me talking to that dick. Oh, my God. [00:17:24] Speaker B: Oh, my God. No, I ain't never been one of those people eager to want to interact with an alien or. I'm good. [00:17:34] Speaker A: Here we go. Here we go. Here we go. I just remember one. Well, actually, it's King Jerms one. This is the one he came up with. Okay, would you. Would you. For $20 million right now? All yours. But mom's got. [00:17:55] Speaker B: Tax free. [00:17:55] Speaker A: Tax free. Tax free. You get the whole 20 mil? You get the whole 20 mil? But mom's got to go to jail for a year. [00:18:03] Speaker B: Oh, my God. Why would you do that? I ain't sending my mama to jail for a year. [00:18:09] Speaker A: No, I'm not. Look at that. Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty. [00:18:19] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:18:20] Speaker A: Yeah, but I hear you, Ma. You got 15 meals coming when you get home, baby. [00:18:26] Speaker B: Oh, my God. No, I couldn't do that. I couldn't do that. [00:18:32] Speaker A: Dear mama, then Mother's day is on. Is on the way. Oh, happy early Mother's day. [00:18:38] Speaker B: Thank you. Thank you. [00:18:43] Speaker A: All right, let's see what else we got. Be able to. Oh, this is. This is the one right here. Now, I switched it up because. Because sometime there's. I think there's a different. Well, let me see how you think. Do you think daydreams are different than night dreams? [00:19:00] Speaker B: Yes. [00:19:01] Speaker A: Okay, so that's why dreams you can control. [00:19:03] Speaker B: Where that motherfucker go, you can't control. But do you, like, sleep? Yeah. [00:19:09] Speaker A: Okay, so this is how I did. I identify with daydreams. When I daydream, I'm not in control. Like, I'm just going with the flow. Like, I don't even know that it's a daydream until I'm out of the daydream. Cause I know, you know when you're dreaming. [00:19:27] Speaker B: You do? [00:19:28] Speaker A: Especially when you gotta pee. Because you don't. You know, once. Once you pause that episode is. It's hard. Sometimes it could be difficult getting back to that. To that where you left off at. Yeah, but when to me, when I daydream, I don't realize that I'm daydreaming until I snap out of it. And I'm like, damn. [00:19:50] Speaker B: Yeah. Yes and no. I mean, you might get real into it where you don't realize, like, that's. That's what you really doing. But you are more able to kind of guide that in a direction than being stuck in some of these crazy ass dreams I have. So what was the question? [00:20:15] Speaker A: The question? Well, the question is be able to participate in your daydream or hop into. Or hop into someone's nightmare. [00:20:29] Speaker B: Uh huh. [00:20:29] Speaker A: No, you can hop into anyone. [00:20:34] Speaker B: Or participate. I'm participating in my daydream now here. [00:20:38] Speaker A: And I get it. The trigger word is nightmare. I get it. You not gonna help your homie. [00:20:48] Speaker B: That ain't my problem. [00:20:49] Speaker A: Damn. That nigga saying, deal with it when you wake up. [00:20:57] Speaker B: Look, I. Cause going by my dreams, especially as of lately. Oh, my God. I don't want to put nobody through what I've been dealing with in my dreams. No, thank you. [00:21:08] Speaker A: Hey, here's the crazy thing you said. You said, nigga, that's not my problem. Wake your bitch ass up and get up out of there. I probably would go with daydreams as well. Cause it just seemed like. It seemed like. It seemed like some great sunshine and dandelions come with a daydream for some apparent reason. And plus, that feeling is. That feeling is crazy. Nobody likes the feeling when they have a goddamn nightmare, that's for sure. And I got sleep paralysis, so that's like a. [00:21:46] Speaker B: You ain't waking up. [00:21:47] Speaker A: Yeah, sleep paralysis is like short film scary movies for. Yeah, yeah. We're not gonna mess with that one. [00:21:56] Speaker B: No. [00:21:56] Speaker A: Now, this is the question that started everything off. This was the crazy one right here. Would you want to have a list of people that wants to have sex with you or know all of the jobs that will hire you. [00:22:11] Speaker B: Look, let me know all the jobs that want to hire me. I can't do nothing with no list of people. Oh, you. You want to have sex with me? [00:22:20] Speaker A: Cool. No, you got the list. Everybody else don't know that you have it, but you look at that list and you blame. What if you see, what if you find a celebrity on there, though? That's crazy. That's crazy. [00:22:34] Speaker B: That'd be crazy. But I don't. I don't want no parts of that either. [00:22:37] Speaker A: Rick, come on now. We gotta stop playing you podding right now. You telling me. You telling me I look at that list and I'd be like, Nick, is that vanity? Oh, nigga. [00:22:48] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:22:49] Speaker A: Hello? Yeah, look, dope. [00:22:53] Speaker B: You so stupid. [00:22:55] Speaker A: Prince, can you pass Betty d the phone? [00:23:04] Speaker B: I mean, damned if you do, damned if you don't. I'm not gonna do nothing with no list like that, though. I'm not. And I know I'm piling right now. I'm speaking my truth. I don't where I'm at in life. I. Look, show me the money. Show me. Show me the highest paying job that will hire me and let's go. [00:23:31] Speaker A: I just remember one. Bear with me. Cause. Cause the details is fuzzy. Cause it's vaguely coming back. So do commit. You could commit a blue collar crime for minimum wage with no repercussions or. Or pick a job. Pick any job. But it has to be remote. Damn. No, I was about to say, I'm. [00:24:07] Speaker B: Picking that remote job. That's easy. [00:24:09] Speaker A: But it was. It was. I forgot the whole. I forgot the whole thing. I forgot the whole thing. Damn. I can't remember now. [00:24:19] Speaker B: Maybe it'll come back to you. [00:24:20] Speaker A: Yeah. Yeah. I can't remember now, man. It was something like that, though. It was something like that. Um, yeah, let's see. [00:24:30] Speaker B: Hold on. You said, I'm sure there's another one on here. Hold on. You sent. No, you did those? [00:24:39] Speaker A: Yeah, I think that was it. I think that was it. I did. I had. I mean, I had a gang of them on King Germ Live. I forgot. Oh, okay. I got one. I got one. I got one. I got one. I got one. Be able to text? Well, not just text, communicate in general. So phone calls, talking out loud, text messages, DM's, whatever the case, whatever form of communication there is, any celebrity that's dead, or anytime you want to, you get to walk on any tv series set and be a part of the show. [00:25:20] Speaker B: Ooh. Do you get paid for that? [00:25:22] Speaker A: See, that's somebody. That's the first thing they asked. Do you get paid, nigga, does it matter? [00:25:29] Speaker B: It does matter, man. [00:25:31] Speaker A: I'm pulling up. I'm pulling up to the Martin show off GP. Anna Wayne's got the drones, though. I have to be a part of the, you know, the best Martin episode of all time. I gotta be in there with the Rottweiler. I have to. [00:25:49] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:25:50] Speaker A: That or the vacation with the. Whatever. [00:25:53] Speaker B: That raccoon or whatever that thing was. [00:25:57] Speaker A: That one. The Halloween one was good. [00:26:00] Speaker B: I hate the Halloween one. I don't. I don't like that one. [00:26:03] Speaker A: You don't like that one? [00:26:05] Speaker B: Mm mm. [00:26:06] Speaker A: Uh, the plumber. The dead plumber. [00:26:09] Speaker B: That shit is funny where they get around him. [00:26:12] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:26:13] Speaker B: Do their little funeral for him. I would want to be a part. Okay, there's two I'd want to be there for. When Martin has nightmares of Pam. [00:26:27] Speaker A: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. [00:26:30] Speaker B: And when kid is on the radio. [00:26:33] Speaker A: Oh, Shanae. [00:26:36] Speaker B: When's the date with kid. [00:26:39] Speaker A: Forever? Shanai. Oh, and the thanksgiving one. Yeah, the Thanksgiving one was. That's top three, too. [00:26:52] Speaker B: Mm hmm. [00:26:54] Speaker A: My mama bear. [00:26:57] Speaker B: Walk on stated. [00:26:59] Speaker A: All right. No, man. I'm texting, facetiming Mike and Michael Jackson. I'm calling pack nip. I'm calling. I'm calling Betty White Madden nigga. [00:27:13] Speaker B: What? Yeah, I want to. I want to communicate. I want to. Especially with Prince. That's the first one. Mike, too. Yeah, there's a few. Could you imagine? Like. But see, then you can start putting people in jail or whatever. [00:27:36] Speaker A: What you mean? [00:27:37] Speaker B: Did it? [00:27:38] Speaker A: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You would be the first, like, oh, my God, prince, how you doing? Who happened? What happened? We need to tell them. [00:27:47] Speaker B: Hey, what happened right before, like, look, all. Then it'd be a whole new tv series that you could hop off. [00:27:55] Speaker A: She brought up Whitney. [00:27:58] Speaker B: Well, don't you really want to know what happened? [00:28:03] Speaker A: Let's talk about that. I think some stuff I do want to know. Some stuff I don't want to know. [00:28:08] Speaker B: Mm hmm. [00:28:09] Speaker A: Do you? I don't know. It's some stuff I just don't want to know. [00:28:15] Speaker B: Some stuff that I'm curious to know. That one I'm. [00:28:18] Speaker A: Because what if they just tell you all casual, you know what I'm saying? [00:28:23] Speaker B: Oh, yeah, yeah. [00:28:24] Speaker A: Like you like. Mike, what happened, man, it was a bitch ass doctors, bro. I told you it was the doctors, man. [00:28:30] Speaker B: This motherfucker came up in my room. Yeah, yeah. That'd be crazy if that's how they told you, but. [00:28:37] Speaker A: Wow. You notice how I didn't say Pac still. Pac is in Argentina, dog. I'm telling you. Oh, man. [00:28:53] Speaker B: Shout out to Pac. Bopping his head to. [00:28:56] Speaker A: Kendrick's not like, yeah, he definitely, definitely celebrates somewhere, man. Hey, I've never, like, all this week, man, what's been going on with these emotional guys? Getting upset that Drake lost, man. What's going on? [00:29:10] Speaker B: Look, I think. Cause what, before this, what were any diss tracks? It's been a long time since there's been some real diss tracks. Right? [00:29:22] Speaker A: You talking about between them or just in general? [00:29:25] Speaker B: In general. [00:29:27] Speaker A: Oh, no, you had. I mean, it's not too. It's not as popular or anything like that, but, I mean, right now, you got the. You got the Chris Brown and Quavo. [00:29:40] Speaker B: I'm not talking about that. And first of all, you had the girls. [00:29:45] Speaker A: Yeah, he's been. He's been wild. The girls has been going at each other, remember? And then. Well, you talking about, like, right now. Right now is, like, JT and glorilla. [00:30:00] Speaker B: Who? [00:30:01] Speaker A: Glorilla. [00:30:02] Speaker B: No, I'm joking. [00:30:05] Speaker A: Oh. [00:30:06] Speaker B: I don't know about them broads, but. [00:30:09] Speaker A: I'm saying it is them. It's just not as popular. [00:30:13] Speaker B: But is it, like. But is it diss tracks? Like, how we just witness real, like. [00:30:20] Speaker A: No, see, what. What KDod did was expose a large fan base or whatever, but, I mean, it's gonna go back to that. You're not gonna get what KDoT gave us. You're not gonna get that. That's probably once in a lifetime. We're not gonna. I don't even think the next generation is gonna understand what that is. [00:30:41] Speaker B: Well, and it could just be. Cause I don't listen to that shit, that glowrilla, and I don't listen to all of them. [00:30:46] Speaker A: Nobody cares. Nobody cares. [00:30:49] Speaker B: Outside of that feel like the real shit, I feel like we haven't had that in so long. And I'm not counting Chris Brown and, like. But like I said, chris Brown. [00:31:00] Speaker A: I mean, you had the cardi and what you call it, Nikki. They was feuding for what, about a year or two or something like that? [00:31:10] Speaker B: And they had diss tracks. [00:31:15] Speaker A: That's a good question. [00:31:16] Speaker B: Cause I know they all. I know. [00:31:18] Speaker A: I mean, they do with each other. [00:31:20] Speaker B: But to, like, actually have a diss. [00:31:22] Speaker A: Track, what you call it, went back and forth for a minute. Nicki Minaj and God damn, I can't think of her name right now. They know. They know what I'm saying, too. I cannot think of her name. Not Cardi, Remima, remima. Remy ma had shether. That was the best thing about sheether was the name. [00:31:50] Speaker B: Mmm. [00:31:51] Speaker A: But, um. Yeah, no, it hasn't been anything. [00:31:55] Speaker B: You know, they just don't make diss tracks like they used to. So that's why everybody's so hyped about this shit, too, because this was like. [00:32:05] Speaker A: It'S a lot of. I mean, they show that it's a lot more Hollywood. It's definitely a lot more Hollywood. I feel like. I feel like there was a lot of. There was a lot of tension back in the nineties, and that shit was real. Like them, nigga, it was. It was physical altercations back in the nineties and the early two thousands. Now, a lot of this shit is just. Well, I mean, but then again, you. You did have, uh, again, it's on a lower level. You might not listen to them, but, um. What's my nigga name? What's my nigga from Chicago? Um, no, you talk about. [00:32:42] Speaker B: Well, I'm just thinking, who's from Chicago? [00:32:44] Speaker A: Um, I cannot think of his name right now. Uh, von King Von. That was. That was a. That was a physical altercation and, and a murder on surveillance. So, I mean, but Chicago been. They been sex tripping for a while, though, man. I remember I went to, uh, I remember I had a family reunion back in, like, 2014 that I went to, and it was, it was cracking since then. That was. That was. I forgot when. But I think that might have been around a time or a little bit after them niggas started to come out with that drill shit. [00:33:26] Speaker B: Hmm. [00:33:27] Speaker A: They've been. What you about to ask? [00:33:34] Speaker B: Since we on the topic of diss tracks, your favorite of all time? [00:33:38] Speaker A: My favorite all time. It's. I think it's still gonna be no Vaseline. [00:33:44] Speaker B: Yes. [00:33:47] Speaker A: I think. Cause I think. I mean, it's one a, one b. That's why, you know, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera versus. Goddamn. I'm glad y'all set it off. [00:34:01] Speaker B: Used to be hard, but now you just wet and soft. [00:34:03] Speaker A: Yeah. So, yeah, but, but at the same time, I got, I got, I got ether up there. I think. I think I'm struggling between. Kendrick gotta have a top ten disk. Now. He has to. [00:34:21] Speaker B: Oh, yeah. [00:34:22] Speaker A: All right, so, so this is what I. This is one of my questions on the breaks. Radio with your top. I know nobody really has, like, a top 100. We don't even have, like, a top 120. Maybe. I mean, we'll start stretching it at that point. Everybody has, to me, I think everybody has a top. Top five for sure. And then there's a lot of people who have a top ten. And then after that, you know, you can just throw artists out there. You know, after that top ten, you started talking about. You started talking about artists like. Like Ti and Luda. You know, something like, it's gonna be a couple. It's gonna be a couple of Wu Tang members outside the top ten. [00:35:08] Speaker B: Mm hmm. [00:35:11] Speaker A: Wherever you had kdot in your top whatever, did this battle move him up? And do you think he deserves to be in the top ten overall? Non bias. So personal. So personal and non biased. [00:35:36] Speaker B: I believe he does deserve to be in the top ten overall. Overall. [00:35:42] Speaker A: Okay. [00:35:46] Speaker B: And one reason why, because, I mean, his tracks are good. You know, he took shot after shot, but he also. And I just shot to shot in one song. He was just dropping shit. [00:36:02] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:36:03] Speaker B: Like, just dropping bombs. [00:36:06] Speaker A: What? What? Does the battle help that or was he. Was he a certified top ten before the battle? [00:36:16] Speaker B: I wouldn't say he was certified before the battle. [00:36:19] Speaker A: Okay, so the battle helped. [00:36:22] Speaker B: It did help. [00:36:23] Speaker A: Okay. Okay. Did it help him more than it hurt Drake? Cause I don't think. I don't think when it comes to. When it comes to top ten, judging how or just observing how emotional that fan base got and still is, it's not gonna move Drake's. [00:36:46] Speaker B: Yeah, no. Okay, look, maybe Drake's fan base ain't going nowhere and Drake fans are dumb as shit, but you okay? I don't drink. I am being nice, Drake. And I'm. I'm not saying all Drake fans, but it's just like the beehive. Like, you need to just recognize. Yeah, I said it. You need to just recognize stuff for what it is. [00:37:18] Speaker A: Like, everybody got y'all. [00:37:22] Speaker B: No, no, no, no. Look, Drake, I listen to Drake stuff. It didn't make me go like, oh, date. No, I didn't have any moments like that at all. And I can be unbiased in this. I can sit back and look at it for what it is and listen to lyrics and just go by that. And that's what I did. It has nothing to do with, like. [00:37:48] Speaker A: Oh, it's just not. It's just not your speed. [00:37:51] Speaker B: Overall, Drake's no right. And I feel like, just, like, beehive. There's, like, Drake fans like that, that are so. Oh, my God. Drake wondered. No. Did you actually really listen? Because. No, I feel like they're just. Those two fan clubs are just very similar with how they. They act towards stuff that has to do with their. Their person. But look, I forgot where I was going with that. I think with Drake. I know I put this on twitter, he, he's not going to be going to certain places for a while because they are banging the hell out of this diss track on him. Do, do you want to go to a game where at the halftime game people are, they're playing not like us and everybody dancing to it. [00:39:01] Speaker A: I think he has enough control but I think he has enough control in Toronto. He thinks, oh yeah, yeah. He got, he got the key to the city. Him and, him and KDOt both, they both got the keys to their city and I think he's the ambassador for Toronto Raptors. So wherever you say goes, I think, you know, they not going, come on, the Raptors is going to do that. Hell no. [00:39:23] Speaker B: No. Raptors ain't going to do that. But that's not the only games he goes to. [00:39:29] Speaker A: No, no, but that's what I'm saying. That's the only ones he's going to say courtside at. They, I mean, yeah, I don't, in. [00:39:35] Speaker B: General, he ain't going to go to the other games for a while because they're going to be playing the hell out of that shit, especially in, game, in Cali. [00:39:42] Speaker A: Well it's the postseason now and we in the second round. So I, he could, he could pretty much dodge this one. You don't, I mean, but the real question is when he get caught slipping during the new season in November and October, you know what I'm saying? Like this is, we talking about, we talking about almost like six to seven months from now, you gonna, I wouldn't. [00:40:09] Speaker B: Be surprised if he goes somewhere and there's some asshole in charge of the music that lets that shit write it. Maybe not even play the lyrics but play that instrumental. [00:40:19] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:40:19] Speaker B: Let me remind you. [00:40:20] Speaker A: Yeah, so, yeah, I mean, I agree. If he goes to, especially if he goes to Miami, you go, he goes to the Miami, he comes. They have marked off Atlanta, they marked off LA. He lost those two. If we talk, if we put it in political terms, he lost Atlanta, he lost California like the damn election. Yeah. And then it might be, he might, it might be a 50 50 or he might be losing 60 40, 70 30 Florida, you know, depending on how much they rock with Rick Ross. But he doesn't have Atlanta, he doesn't have LA. So you know, and then we talking about the culture. So even he, look, he's not, his fan base ain't going nowhere. He gonna still, he's still gonna be, he took a little, he took a hit. He took a hit. [00:41:17] Speaker B: Oh, yeah, he did. [00:41:19] Speaker A: He took a hit. But I don't think that that affects his followers. I think that it affects his image, for sure. It's the same. It's sustained. Whether. And I ain't gonna even lie to you. I hope it's not true. You what? I hope it's not true. I hope it's not true. Cause, I mean, if that was to. That'll crush his fan. Like, that's. Come on, man. That's a bit. That's a bit. I don't think society will be able to recover from that like that. [00:41:51] Speaker B: Look, there's other people out there that got crushed from their. Their person dropping bombs, whatever. People coming out and saying shit. [00:42:02] Speaker A: Oh, yeah. [00:42:03] Speaker B: He ain't the only one. He ain't the first. [00:42:05] Speaker A: Lamar Kelly fans don't know us. [00:42:08] Speaker B: Mm hmm. That's exactly who I was thinking. [00:42:10] Speaker A: Nobody's calling me. [00:42:19] Speaker B: Oh, man. Yeah. I think. I think Drake's gonna fall back for a while. [00:42:24] Speaker A: I think so, too. I think so, too. [00:42:26] Speaker B: And. And wait for the next thing to happen for him to just sneak back on. There he was, riding that doo doo mama's. Wait. I mean, sexy Brisbane. Oh, my God. What is going on in the world? [00:42:45] Speaker A: When I look at these artists, every time I see these artists are here, these tracks, I'm like, idiocracy, the movie. Like, it feels like we keep going backwards. I was so confused about the debates and arguments about Kendrick's catalog and the timing of him dropping albums and. And how difficult and the encrypted messages and shit in the songs and the Easter eggs, and I'm like, nigga, for a whole week, y'all was breaking this shit down. Like, it was like. It was almost like a challenge or a scavenger. Like niggas was trying to figure out. I just learned something new today. Today. And I'm like, I don't. I look, and I get it. That's why I don't like to. I don't really don't like to talk about Drake fans like that, because, hey, man, them niggas is weird, dog. They. We. But they how we view them is how they view us, though. And all we said is, just leave that nigga alone. That's the two niggas that you went up against that y'all that he can't beat. And I'm not about to be yelling about him or anything like that. No, I just appreciate the. [00:43:58] Speaker B: I told. Yeah, I told Tom Kyle the other day. I said, I don't care enough to get my blood pressure high and argue about the shit. [00:44:08] Speaker A: It was fun for the moment, though, that Friday night, May 3, was. That's gonna go down in history. [00:44:12] Speaker B: I was sleep. [00:44:13] Speaker A: Oh, you slow. You did go to sleep. [00:44:16] Speaker B: I woke up. I told. Cause top Khan had posted it on Twitter. Like, if y'all had friends that were asleep last night, you know, something like that. And I was like, I was that friend asleep. And it's like, going. It's like not going to somebody's birthday party at a club. And then you wake up and you see all the pictures and all the crazy stories on your timeline and shit. Like, you missed everything. [00:44:40] Speaker A: I'm talking about second by second, I was just. I was in the same spot that I'm in now. It was wild, what was going on. Like, every. I. It was so many group chats that I was a part of that just kept sending me and all you. Everybody just kept waiting for the Drake drop, Kendrick job. K dot drop, drake drop. And it was like, dog back to back. And then it was. The crazy part is how fast the access, like, the access that we got, and it wouldn't even own the dsps. You had to either go to. I know the 616 was just on IG. Everything else was on YouTube. [00:45:23] Speaker B: That's crazy. [00:45:25] Speaker A: Yeah. And then you, like, it was something special, though, because, like, a lot of those outlets on YouTube that talk about hip hop or the culture, they got paid. They got paid a lot. That whole, you know, Kendrick taking the copyright off of not like us, got a lot of niggas paid. Lot of niggas paid. So it was definitely history in the making. [00:45:55] Speaker B: Yeah. And that's the thing. We already discussed how we feel about Drake. But hip hop misses that piece. Now, rap, whatever that genre today does not get that. Like, we had back in the day of the. And I don't even want to call it beast, but, like, the battles, the diss tracks and. Or, like, no, I'll call it a battle. You don't have that anymore. And so that's kind of what they did after track after track. Like, back to back to back. They were battling. [00:46:29] Speaker A: Well, here's the thing, though. Here's to their. I ain't gonna say to their defense. Cause it's like, it's almost their fault. Outside of KDOT and even Drake. I'll say Drake, too. But when I say this, I'm talking about Drake's ego, not his. His talent. When you said, when was the last time we got, you know, a good beef? They don't know how to be. They don't, they don't, right? So we lost our two artists, right? The two biggest ones. You already know who they are. They've lost a lot. I mean. I mean, and when I say they, I'm talking about the younger generation. I'm attached to some of these artists. Hell, we lost, like I said, we lost King Von, we lost nip. You know what I'm saying? We lost was my guy from, from New York, pop smoke, you know what I'm saying? Our guy from Philly, you know what I'm saying? Like, they're losing. We're, you know, losing artists, like, a lot. You know what I'm saying? And some of it is not even tied to, like, actual rap beef tracks, you know what I'm saying? But they don't know how, though. Like, and I, and I, like I said, I'm not saying that kdot don't know how to do it. I'm not saying that Drake don't know how to do it. They were doing it, you know, they had been doing it for almost ten years. And a lot of that comes with just subliminals and shit like that. Or, you know, every now and then, direct shots or something like that. And I don't want to make, I don't want it again. I don't want to pick on Drake or whatever, and I don't want to make it seem like I'm too much kdot or whatever, but to kdot defense, he did say, yo, we can keep it on this level, but if you go here, just know I'm ready to go there. But they were good at where they was at. It was good. I think they was good at where they was at. If they. As long as they just kept talking about each other on the surface, everything was straight. But once it got to family, once it got to, you've been slapping up your wife and one of your kids might not be yours, and then it went to, I'm going to talk directly to your son. I'm going to talk directly to your mom, tell her to sit down at one part of the song, tell your dad how poor of a job he's done, and then tell both of them collectively that I wish his son was dead. And then talks to a gone girl movie. And, and it's like, where, how did we, how did we get here so fast? At one point, though, I said, I said, it's over. I said, kate, I won. But I'm like, I'm not, I'm not celebrating. I'm just saying he won. Let's get the hell out of here. Because it was like a little. It was. It was too dark at one point. [00:49:16] Speaker B: It was. It was saddle ranch outside. [00:49:22] Speaker A: Hey. It just. Everything happened so quick. We never got that many songs. Like, think of how many I think we had. It has to have the record for the most tracks in the rap beef, right? Got to. [00:49:35] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:49:36] Speaker A: As far as back and forth. [00:49:38] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:49:39] Speaker A: So. And it stole a moment like, this was like, I think total is a month and some change. I want to say maybe, but that one little time stamp between May 3 and May 5 or May 6, rather. It was a lot going on. It was a lot going on. Historical event and shit. I know where I was at. [00:50:08] Speaker B: I was sleeping. Stuck in a crazy dream. [00:50:14] Speaker A: Or you could have been in somebody else's dream. [00:50:18] Speaker B: Oh, shit. All right, don't blackmail me. [00:50:20] Speaker A: No, no, no. Switch the nightmare part out. That's a little too much. That's a horror flick. Just somebody's dream. Would you want to jump into somebody else's dream just randomly? [00:50:33] Speaker B: Yeah, why not? I'll live a little. [00:50:36] Speaker A: Yeah, I would. [00:50:39] Speaker B: You would? [00:50:40] Speaker A: Yeah. But who, though? [00:50:45] Speaker B: Good question. I don't know. [00:50:49] Speaker A: I hop in Bailey's dreams. Hey, what's that? What hell's going on in here? [00:50:55] Speaker B: Look, I don't know. My kid the other day had a dream about a tornado and he died. I ain't doing that. [00:51:02] Speaker A: Nah, you. Then you gotta go. You gotta go there and help. Nah. Hell, no. I don't know why. I've been seeing. For some reason, there's been a lot of. In my algorithms. I've been seeing tornado. Tornado and hurricane videos. [00:51:19] Speaker B: Cause it's the season. [00:51:21] Speaker A: Yeah, that's. We don't have the season out here, though. [00:51:25] Speaker B: You don't have the season, but it's just the season in general, in your country. [00:51:31] Speaker A: I mean, we did have. During the pandemic, we did have a small. Was a small tornado or something like that. [00:51:39] Speaker B: You did? Yep. Man, I was sending you screenshots when I was getting them alerts and my weather and everything. Like two, three. That was. Was that. Was that when the beef was going on? Hold on. No, it wasn't. I think it was right before. [00:51:55] Speaker A: Yeah, I think it was before. It was before. [00:51:57] Speaker B: I think it was, like, right before, but. Yeah. [00:52:01] Speaker A: Oh, no, wait. [00:52:02] Speaker B: We were going to record. [00:52:04] Speaker A: That was it? Yeah, that was it. That's. But that's when you said we had to switch it because. Yeah, because y'all got the emergency notification. [00:52:15] Speaker B: Yeah, yeah. [00:52:17] Speaker A: It was going down your ass got that notification. Just went to sleep. [00:52:22] Speaker B: No, that wasn't the same night. It was like the next night or something, but that. Because the night. [00:52:27] Speaker A: Wait, we did reschedule it for Saturday, didn't we? [00:52:31] Speaker B: Something we were sketching. What I know is we were scheduled, but it was for something else. I can't remember what was going on, but we ended up not recording. And I said, I messaged you Saturday. [00:52:45] Speaker A: Saturday I was out of there. I remember I was. I remember I was at home. I was at home by myself or whatever because Marcy and Kaysen went somewhere. I forgot where, where they went, but I think it has some do like the prom or something like that. Go get a suit or something like that. And cuz I scheduled it like that so we could record why they was gone. [00:53:11] Speaker B: Yeah, cuz you said you were gonna be home. [00:53:13] Speaker A: Yeah, yeah, yeah. [00:53:14] Speaker B: But I don't know why we ended up saying like, it's not gonna work. But then I said, I sent you that screenshot and I said, well, good thing we weren't going to record because it was going to be alarms and everything going off. The sirens are going off outside. A tornado was, there was two different ones 20 minutes to the west of me, 20 minutes to the east. And then there was one forming in the sky, literally five minutes from my house. It didn't touch down, but it was in the sky. And I swear on everything because it happened at nighttime when the sirens went off and everything, and the coast was somewhat clear because it was 20 minutes to the east of me. I went on my porch and it was lightning all up in the sky. And I swear I saw that shit through the, the houses in front of my house. [00:54:02] Speaker A: Like, I'm out, man, I'm out. [00:54:08] Speaker B: My anxiety. Oh my God. [00:54:10] Speaker A: I'm still scared of thunder and lightning, man. [00:54:14] Speaker B: That shit ain't nothing. [00:54:16] Speaker A: Look at them thugs. So do you want to extend the episode and continue with the, with your episode ideas or should we just refresh it? [00:54:28] Speaker B: It's up to you. [00:54:29] Speaker A: Let's go. You got. We was doing three for three. Yeah, okay. I know I sent one, didn't I? [00:54:39] Speaker B: No, I don't. [00:54:41] Speaker A: I thought, I thought I said one, but I didn't. Oh wait, let me check my notes. [00:54:45] Speaker B: Yeah, I gotta look at my notes here real quick. [00:54:50] Speaker A: Yeah, cuz I don't, I don't think I had three. Oh, no, I do. I got three. [00:54:57] Speaker B: Okay, I gotta find mine. Hold on, I'll be writing notes like every day in my phone. [00:55:05] Speaker A: Oh, I didn't send these I thought I had sent one question and then I didn't send the other two. Cause I didn't have them at the time. [00:55:14] Speaker B: Please don't tell me I deleted this shit. What? [00:55:21] Speaker A: Please. [00:55:22] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:55:23] Speaker A: Did you write any of your notes? [00:55:26] Speaker B: I'm looking through my notes on my phone right now. [00:55:32] Speaker A: And you didn't send them to me. Huh? [00:55:35] Speaker B: I know I didn't. I was. Because I was trying to hit you with the surprise and the words of Orlando Bloom. The whip bam, whip bop wap. Oh, my God. [00:55:52] Speaker A: Do you remember them? [00:55:57] Speaker B: Give me 1 second. Let me. Oh, my God. Why did I delete that shit? Let's see. But I found it because those are better than the ones I just made up now. [00:56:15] Speaker A: Okay, so we found it. [00:56:17] Speaker B: Yes. Found it. [00:56:18] Speaker A: Let's get to it. You introduce it. You go first. [00:56:21] Speaker B: Oh, lord. All right, so we got more questions, but this time it's. I won't say men versus women, but it's questions for men, questions for women. Just some random shenanigans, if you will. Okay, so I guess since this is my topic, you're forcing me to go first. [00:56:45] Speaker A: Yay. [00:56:46] Speaker B: Yes. And some might be more like silly, and some might be more on the serious side. I think I'm gonna start with silly because. Yeah, this. Let's start light. [00:57:01] Speaker A: All right, so something like DJ. That was a DJ. Quick. I. [00:57:09] Speaker B: You know, I love it. Quick. What is the equivalent to gray sweatpants but for women, what's the equivalent? [00:57:24] Speaker A: Oh, that's either leg. That's either leggings or a sundress. [00:57:30] Speaker B: Okay. [00:57:32] Speaker A: Yeah, that's a good answer. I'm. Take that 1500 pack. You ain't gonna. You can't go beat nothing. You're not gonna be nothing better than leggings and a sundress. Maybe. Maybe boy. Maybe boy shorts, but. [00:57:49] Speaker B: Well, I'm talking about in public, like shit. [00:57:54] Speaker A: They wearing those. [00:57:56] Speaker B: Yeah. You know what? You're right. These days they be wearing everything, but. [00:58:01] Speaker A: Yeah, definitely tights and sundresses. [00:58:08] Speaker B: Okay. [00:58:09] Speaker A: Yep. [00:58:10] Speaker B: Okay, take that. [00:58:13] Speaker A: We're going back and forth like Jada. [00:58:16] Speaker B: Yeah. Yep. [00:58:18] Speaker A: Why is it difficult for some women to hold themselves accountable out the gate? Well, my dog's getting buried. [00:58:32] Speaker B: You know what's funny is I actually was scrolling through, I think it was Instagram, and I was seeing some random stories and situations, and I was getting so mad because there's women out there that make other women look really bad for shit like that. Overall, I want to say that women use just being a woman as an excuse. Kind of in the same sense that men go. Not all men. I'm not dogging everybody, okay? But some men out there go like, well, I'm a man. Ain't. [00:59:14] Speaker A: I'm a man's man. I'm a man's man. [00:59:21] Speaker B: Some women. Some women. Well, I'm a woman, so. Blah, blah, blah. What I saw on Instagram was they were asking, is the husband wrong for this? Husband left his wife at the airport, got on the plane, and left her at the airport. Why? Because 15 minutes before boarding, she decides she wants to go to another terminal and get Starbucks. They had already missed their flight, and this was the second round, like, the second flight that they were able to book right after. And she proceeds to go to Starbucks in another terminal with 15 minutes left to board. [01:00:05] Speaker A: Mm. She was being greedy. [01:00:07] Speaker B: Yeah. And let's add to this. [01:00:11] Speaker A: Wherever they was going had to be fired. [01:00:14] Speaker B: No, they were going to visit his daughter. [01:00:18] Speaker A: Oh, snap. That. Really? I was already on the side. If it was a vacation. If it. [01:00:25] Speaker B: No. [01:00:25] Speaker A: Oh, wow. Okay. [01:00:27] Speaker B: No. So he said, because they already missed the first flight. Remember this? Okay, so either I get on this flight. I already missed one. I get on this flight so I can go see my daughter, or I miss it because my dumb ass wife. That's not what he said. I'm saying it. My dumb ass wife. 15 minutes before, you can't wait until we land and go find a Starbucks. You got to have it now. [01:00:51] Speaker A: That's too many emotions for me right there. Like, I'm on depending on. It don't really matter how far the flight is. Like, the length of the flight, because we could be going from LA to the bay. An hour flight. That hour is going to feel like forever. Especially if I know, like, well, it just depends on how the guy is. I know. I could be so mad eventually I'd be like, I'll get over it, and then I'll feel bad for the shit that I did. So if he on that plane, you know, you and you not about to get. I mean, unless they have where you. You could buy the, you know, Wifi, you're not gonna be able to communicate till you get off that plane. Oh. As soon as you turn that phone back on, bucko. Oh, my. She lit your ass up. I'm talking about. She hits you with every k dot dis, track drops, nigga. I think the first one had to be meet the. Meet the grams. Oh, nigga. Soon as. Hey, shout out to this new podcast called grits, and it's called grits and eggs. And they were saying they were saying that meet the grams beat is so goddamn. It's so sinister. Like, you get called into the office, and then you just hear that beat. Come on. That shit was crazy. I don't know. I mean, I'm leaving. I'm not mad at him. I'm not mad at him. [01:02:36] Speaker B: No, I'm not. He's dumb enough to. Like that just shows you she's selfish. And going back to the accountability. She, is she gonna take accountability for that? You know what? That was a dumb. Like, no, she probably not. You probably got other underlying those is. [01:02:54] Speaker A: One of those you have to apologize and just let him have his time with his daughter by himself now. [01:02:59] Speaker B: Yeah, but in going back to accountability, there's women out there like that who feel that what she did. [01:03:08] Speaker A: But they not like us. [01:03:09] Speaker B: They not like us ovo. But there's women out there who are gonna take her side. Like, no, if I want da da da da da, I'm gonna go get da da da. And he should wait for me. No. Like, first of all, it wasn't an emergency. You weren't going to die if you didn't have Starbucks, like so. And that was just a light. I mean, it wasn't light, but it was light situation to kind of talk about that accountability. I just think some women choose to use being a woman as an excuse, and they just won't take accountability because maybe they've never had to. They've gotten away with it just by saying they're a woman or, you know, acting like they can't do something. Don't know. Something. I don't know. But not all women. But there's a good chunk of y'all out there that just. I don't know. [01:04:17] Speaker A: Some of y'all are some assholes. Okay, what's your next one? [01:04:23] Speaker B: My next one? Pull that up again here. The next one. How can a man take better care of himself? [01:04:38] Speaker A: Wash your ass. Elaborate. What do you mean, take care of yourself? [01:04:47] Speaker B: Well, I mean, if that's what you want your answer to be. Okay. But I was just saying, like, overall, in general, whether you wanted to talk about physical or within, I think. [01:04:59] Speaker A: I think. I think the one answer to cover it all, that includes working out, et cetera. I think you got to start. Stop lying to yourself and feel more comfortable and feel more comfortable with who you are. And then once you get to that, once you get to that point, then you can start talking about if you want to upgrade your body and stuff like that, but continue to work on yourself, build confidence in yourself. Et cetera. That way, you can start doing things freely without feeling like you're being judged or talked about by somebody else. Once you get rid of that, it's a phenomenal feeling. You know what I'm saying? Don't take things too personal. Learn how to control the temperature in a room. Once you learn how to do that, then you good. [01:05:52] Speaker B: Okay. Look at you. I like that answer. [01:05:56] Speaker A: That's edible. I got ghostwriters. Ain't no one beat. 20 is 20. All right, my next one is. Is it possible for a woman's intuition be confused as an emotional assumption? [01:06:19] Speaker B: Mmm. I'm ready for this one. So, um, kind of what you just said about knowing yourself and all that. I feel that. I do believe in women's intuition, but I also feel that it can be blocked by emotion. You have to be in tune with yourself. You have to be aware of everything. Not lying to yourself about situations and people. Also not taking in what other people are putting out to you about situations and things. Like, it's something that you literally have to just be. I'm talking about, like, in your head, but, like, in a room by yourself, just, like, there. And it comes to you. It's crazy. I can't explain it. Women listening will know what I'm talking about, but it is a thing. But. And I will say I used to be blocked from really feeling my woman's intuition. Like, I would think things or feel things, and most of the time, it ended up being right. But it took me too long to get there because I had so many outside, like, opinions and thoughts and also trying to talk myself out of it. That's the other part. [01:07:54] Speaker A: Okay. [01:07:55] Speaker B: But that stuff is real. Very real. And all you men saying, no, it's not. Okay. You're not a. You're not a woman. You don't know. [01:08:06] Speaker A: Okay. All right. I like it. I like it. What's the next one? [01:08:12] Speaker B: You're the next one. [01:08:13] Speaker A: Damn. God damn, this edible kicking my ass. No, wait. No, wait. No, no, no. I did. I did. [01:08:22] Speaker B: You did ask it. [01:08:23] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:08:24] Speaker B: I'm sorry. [01:08:26] Speaker A: Look. You got me. Which way did he go? [01:08:33] Speaker B: Oh, my God. Okay, we're gonna have to hurry up and wrap this up. I see. Cause. [01:08:39] Speaker A: Yeah, yeah. My brains are. So. I got one more question. I do know that. Yeah. Cause it's wild right now. Put a leash on them. [01:08:52] Speaker B: Okay. [01:08:53] Speaker A: With a leash on them. I'm out of there. Brett. [01:08:56] Speaker B: Oh, God. Cue commodore zoom. Okay. All right. Let's see if I can word this in a way that you will understand right now. [01:09:12] Speaker A: All right. Public school. [01:09:15] Speaker B: Yes. Is sabotaging something with a woman, you know, is a good woman showing you're scared of commitment or something else? [01:09:28] Speaker A: It's something else. It's immaturity, it's lack of experience. It's a lot of different things, like when you don't have, and by no means I'm using this as an excuse. I'm just saying these are some reasons why it could be that way, is you don't have the. You don't have the immediate examples. So if you don't have any uncles or your father or your older siblings, brothers, even sisters, showing you how to properly, you know, date or be in a relationship, be consistent on evolving and things like that. If you don't have those examples, then how do you learn. What do you learn from. Right. Immaturity. You know what I'm saying? Not. Not being on the level that it's like being held back in grade school. You know, like, you are a fourth grader, but you're reading on a second grade level, so you're not even. You're not even reading on your level. And the average. The average person reads a level above or two, you know what I mean? So you're far behind. So that. So that's what it could be. Now, there are. There's also a portion of. Of guys who could be greedy or what's the word we like to use with Kanye? A narcissist, you know what I mean? So it's so many different. It's so many different reasons. You know, some you could. You could blame on their background and. Well, all of it you can blame on their background, really? Because I believe, like, if. I don't think. I don't know if you're necessarily born a serial killer, you know, thing. I think. I think there are certain traits that picked up. There was an emotion that's. That's not balanced, you know, enough. Like. Like your emotional balance is off. Maybe you didn't get raised properly, you know what I mean? Or you was probably abused or whatever the case may be, and that kind of formed your psychotic ways. So I look at it the same way. When it comes to your experience dealing with partners, you treat them based off of how you seen your mom or your dad get treated or treated other people. Um, it's a lot of different reasons, you know? [01:12:04] Speaker B: Yeah. Okay. I like that. [01:12:10] Speaker A: All right. And then my. My last one. Who has a more dangerous ego, men or women? [01:12:20] Speaker B: You've asked me this one before. [01:12:22] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:12:24] Speaker B: We talked about it on another show, didn't we? [01:12:26] Speaker A: Did we? [01:12:28] Speaker B: Yes, we did. [01:12:30] Speaker A: Okay, answer it again. [01:12:31] Speaker B: I feel we did because I've heard. [01:12:33] Speaker A: This before, unless this is the one I sent you. [01:12:36] Speaker B: No, no, no. I'm pretty sure we talked about this before. Hold on. Because that. [01:12:45] Speaker A: Are we in an. [01:12:47] Speaker B: We've talked about this because that question is very familiar. Hold on. I'm going back in our text messages real quick. [01:12:52] Speaker A: Either there. Did we just talk on the phone? [01:12:56] Speaker B: Oh, I know what it was. I had asked you for an unpopular opinion for my show. [01:13:02] Speaker A: Uh huh. [01:13:03] Speaker B: And that's what you gave me, was women, some, not all, have a much more dangerous ego than men. [01:13:10] Speaker A: Okay, here we are. [01:13:15] Speaker B: So, see, I don't. I say, that was the thing with that one. I didn't quite understand where you were going with it. [01:13:23] Speaker A: Meaning? Meaning, like, so we know when you think of the word ego, I think of male immediately. Right. But I also think of, like, the power behind the ego. You know, when your ego can get you in trouble, you can use your ego as trying to control the situation, knowing that you know the outcome of a situation before it even happens. And just think that in whatever you think you're supposed to have, you could talk to whoever you want to talk to a certain way because you carry yourself a certain way. That's all. Ego. So my thing is that an ego can come with some influence. Do you think it's more dangerous for a man to have an ego or for a woman to have an ego? The reason why I asked if a woman, if her ego is dangerous is because, I mean, there are no saints when it comes to relationship and marriages either. They have a whole ass tv series called snapped. [01:14:33] Speaker B: Yeah. [01:14:34] Speaker A: You know what I mean? So some of these women out here is just putting in crazy work and they not really talking about it. [01:14:43] Speaker B: Well, I mean, we could probably debate it and go back and forth. [01:14:48] Speaker A: We're the poster childs of it for sure. But I want to. When I. When I say, when I say dangerous, like, I feel like men can get over things quicker, I think. [01:15:00] Speaker B: Because you guys are less emotional. [01:15:02] Speaker A: Exactly. Exactly. I am scared of a woman who is scorn and quiet. [01:15:10] Speaker B: Yeah, you should be. For the most part, you should be. [01:15:16] Speaker A: But those are ones that you. Those are the ones you want to check up on. Like, you good? Hey, you good? [01:15:21] Speaker B: Right? Well, because the other thing, hell, have you seen single white female? Remember that movie? [01:15:30] Speaker A: Yeah, I haven't seen that in so long. [01:15:33] Speaker B: Yeah, she was obsessed with. [01:15:39] Speaker A: The hand that rocks the cradle. [01:15:41] Speaker B: Yeah. Yeah. [01:15:43] Speaker A: She was bold, though. Like she changing the tea milk and everything. [01:15:53] Speaker B: Okay, now we're getting on the topic of crazy bitches. I'm just saying, like, with the ego of wanting to be on top or be the number one spot or whatever, fighting to get the attention or whatever. See this? [01:16:13] Speaker A: What about the chicken? What was. What was the movie that Beyonce was in with? Obsessed. [01:16:21] Speaker B: Yeah, like that. [01:16:23] Speaker A: She was wild. [01:16:25] Speaker B: Yeah, but that's. That's where you get that dangerous ego, and then that's where you end up getting on snapped. But. But some of this, though, this is. This is hard to, like, draw that line, because some of this is either the man feeding the woman too much just so he could get them draws, or. Or the woman is looking too much into what it is. Like, oh, well, we had sex, so we must be, you know, in love with me, and that's not the case. But there are men out there who will tell a woman, I love you. And really, you just trying to hit it and quit it, but you think that's because she. That's what she wants to hear, so it could. There's too many variables in that. But if you want to talk about just an ego, I want to go back to their songs about it. Pussy control, the power of the pus. That's why. But that's because it's also been said that, you know, oh, well, the woman's got the pussy. She controls everything. Not really. [01:17:35] Speaker A: First of all, Brittany gonna lie to you. You've been having a potty mouth. [01:17:40] Speaker B: Look, I ain't got nobody here to cover my mouth up so I can. [01:17:44] Speaker A: Say what I've been cursing. She's been cursing like a sailor. You done pussy this. And I say. [01:17:53] Speaker B: I was saying the titles of songs. Okay, that's true. [01:17:57] Speaker A: That's true. But I ain't heard you cuss like this since 89. [01:18:02] Speaker B: I was four. But I will say yes. A woman who has a big ego will do what she wants and will be a savage to get what she wants, whether it's a man, a job, whatever. And, I mean, they made movies like mean girls for a reason. [01:18:24] Speaker A: Mean girls is crazy, right? [01:18:26] Speaker B: You got an ego. You think you better than everybody else. And so you will be the nastiest, most rude, most ugly on the inside bitch ever to get what you want. Because I think with the man's ego, it's different than how a woman's ego operates. And a man's ego is like, I got the nice car, you know, like, it's all surface, superficial. Like, as long as I look good, it's that type of thing. I look good, I'm better than you, blah, blah, blah. With women, it's like this vengeful, like, it's nasty. [01:19:09] Speaker A: You got no, you gotta feel this pain. You gotta feel this pain no matter what. [01:19:14] Speaker B: Yeah, if I gotta feel this way, oh, you all are gonna feel this way, too. That misery loves company type. And I hate to make it more on a negative side, but I don't. I don't know. [01:19:28] Speaker A: I got a bonus question for you. [01:19:30] Speaker B: Okay? [01:19:33] Speaker A: No matter how corny it is. What is. What is one thing you could tell a person right now? Look at me. Look. Hey, look at me with that. Let's get these phone lines open. Let's get these phone lines open, people. Can you feel it? Can you feel it? [01:19:52] Speaker B: Corniest thing. [01:19:53] Speaker A: Well, no, because I'm serious. No matter how corny it may sounds or whatever, what is one thing that you could tell somebody right now on? How to live? Like, how to enjoy life like, now. Like, what is right now? What is one thing that helps you enjoy life right now in today's world? [01:20:18] Speaker B: And this is kind of going to double back on what we talked about earlier, but knowing yourself. I was going to do a show on this, actually. But it's knowing yourself and spending time with yourself. [01:20:32] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:20:34] Speaker B: Because the most. The most dangerous person in the world is somebody who is comfortable alone, man. [01:20:42] Speaker A: And make sure it's not. Make sure it's not a woman and she scorned. Because they are going to not just play. I'm just playing. I'm just playing. [01:20:52] Speaker B: Well, I'm speaking from experience. I have been scorned and I am alone. But I am not that evil. Scorned, alone, plotting. [01:21:02] Speaker A: Yeah. It's not like she make any pipe bombs anymore. [01:21:05] Speaker B: No, no, no. I threw those away. No, but I was going to do a show on this because it's so important. A lot of people will go through life never being alone, not knowing who they really are, not enjoying the things that they actually enjoy. Fuck everybody else. Like, you know, because sometimes you have friends, like, oh, yeah, we do all this together because we like this. But, like, what do you like to do when you're alone? And. No, I'm not. I'm not talking about nothing nasty. I'm saying, like, for me, everybody knows on my timeline, you see it often. What am I doing first thing in the morning, especially when it's nice outside? [01:21:49] Speaker A: Drinking coffee. [01:21:50] Speaker B: I am drinking coffee on my porch. [01:21:52] Speaker A: With my plants, with her feet up. [01:21:55] Speaker B: With my feet up, drinking coffee. That's me. Nobody can take that from me. That's what I enjoy. That's what I do by myself. I don't need nobody to do that with. [01:22:04] Speaker A: Oh, crap. [01:22:05] Speaker B: Right? So that's, that's how you end up enjoying life, is that time, by yourself, getting to know what you like, what you enjoy without influence of anybody else and not having to do something with somebody else. Don't get me wrong. Don't get me wrong. I have my moments because I'm human. You know, like, dang, it'd be nice to have somebody that would want to, like, come kick it, watch tv and eat dinner or go do this, but I don't have to have that. I don't need that. Like, that's not going to make or break me. I'm not going to boo hoo cry because I can. In the words of TLC, you do bad by myself. [01:22:52] Speaker A: Don't go chase waterfalls either. [01:22:56] Speaker B: Certainly don't go do that. But I think that is the number one thing that everybody should do in order to actually truly enjoy life. [01:23:08] Speaker A: And you know what? I am going to piggyback off of that and say not only that is, did you know? And it's possible now because one of the key words that Britt said, and this, he said, she's human, right? Meaning that no matter how much you working on yourself, there's gonna be times where you break down, there's gonna be times where your human side come out. But when I tell you, when you decide, when you decide not to argue, not to give, not to fuss and stuff like that, let me tell you how much life gets better. I promise you. Like, the reason why I was laughing all week, it wasn't because KDOT won is because there was a fan base that was emotionally damaged. And I watched him crash out on the Internet over a battle that I don't even care anymore. [01:24:10] Speaker B: Not only that, these two niggas don't know none of y'all. [01:24:14] Speaker A: And here, them niggas, it's over, bro. Like, Drake is about to release your shoe. K died working on an album and that is it. Like, it's all over until either round two or that just goes into the record book. But I paid close attention to the people that just wanted attention for some money and cash that was really emotionally invested into this. And it looked bad. It was, it was secondhand embarrassment, to tell you the truth, that niggas was arguing and. And it was bad. Like, the jokes is. The jokes is jokes. But when you, when you are mad at a person named Kendrick Lamar, because for whatever reason, like, you really mad, you really hope that accusations stick to him. I was like, damn, niggas really forget, like, we know you don't like like him. But I'm like, man, it has me thinking, like, y'all really don't like the west coast like that. And that is cool. That's cool. Yeah, that's cool. But you don't have to argue. You don't. You don't have to. Debating is cool, but what I'm saying is you don't have to get your emotions tied up in it. Sometimes you just go on it. Not even sometimes start working on just not necessarily understanding the other opinion, but just knowing that somebody has an opinion that you just don't agree with. But I'm not about to let somebody's opinion mess with my emotions just because I don't agree. There's been a plethora of questions or statements on Twitter, and that's what Twitter is there for, is to engage with people, whether they're friends or strangers, you know, to spark a conversation, to get reactions and stuff like that. And I get that. But a lot of these questions and a lot of these statements are bait. You know what I'm saying? They there to get your emotions riled up and to get some type of attention and energy out of you. And niggas is falling forward every day to where wouldn't. I mean, one of the most historical emotional damage moments was meet me and Temecula. Niggas is arguing over Kobe and niggas wanted to drive an hour or two for a fade and maybe even made a diss track, which was hard. Diss track might be top ten. This track was hard. But, like, dog it, when I tell you it really not. It really don't be that serious, though. It never be that serious. [01:26:39] Speaker B: And then piggybacking off all that, recognizing that you don't have to respond one at all or two right away. You can give yourself a moment, whether it's personal, whether it you want to chime in on some damn k dot drake shit, but you don't have to work yourself up and have that instant response. [01:27:05] Speaker A: No, you don't. And the thing is, but you do have to work yourself up. For a freaky ass nigga that's a 69 guy, a fan, you do gotta work yourself up for that. [01:27:18] Speaker B: But even in, like, a personal, you know, we're also used to everything being instant. Write email. Email it to me, it's fast. Text message. Da da da da. Because somebody sends you a text, and I think we've talked about this before, I don't know if it was on a show or just personal conversation, but I might be busy. I might not have the mental social capacity to really respond. I might need a second to figure out how I want to respond. You don't have to do it right away. Once you realize that you don't, you're not. Forgive me for using this word, but you're not a slave to other people's wants of you. Then you'll. You'll have peace. And it doesn't even have to be somebody you don't get along with, just in general, because there's some demanding friends out there who, like, you didn't answer me, but you were, blah, blah, blah. You were on insta. I saw you ten minutes ago. You were, you know, and let me. [01:28:23] Speaker A: And let me tell you, some. And some of those friends that. That is like, that they eventually weed off because they not getting the attention that they are looking for or they think they deserve or whatever. But you are. You. You gonna be blessed to know that ain't none of those type of cats around you. Because right now, I'm in my bag of elite, just crazy responses. If I did have a friend who was like, yo, why didn't you text me back? I'm really on some. You need to chill. Mm hmm, brother. [01:29:02] Speaker B: Right? We're adults. We got jobs, families, our own needs and wants. And hell, the way work been going, I've been wanting peace and quiet. I don't want nothing going on like, leave me alone. I don't want to hear my phone go ding. I don't care if it's an email. Like, no. [01:29:35] Speaker A: Yeah. Picking you. You. Now it's time for you to pick and choose when you want to respond. [01:29:41] Speaker B: Yes. [01:29:42] Speaker A: And that's. That's. That's including work. Fuck them kids. You know, all of that. That cover. That covers everything. Everything except when my wife text me, I text right back. Because let me tell you, text that nigga right back. All right, cuz. She ain't about to. I ain't about to walk in the house. Well, I be. I mean, I'll be damned. I walk in the house. And here it is. That meet the Graham song. Oh, my hell, no. Marcy, turn these goddamn lights on. [01:30:22] Speaker B: Yeah. Now take time for yourself. [01:30:26] Speaker A: Yeah. And for them freaky ass niggas. All right, Brett, I think that's the end. Unless you got a bonus. You got a bonus. [01:30:35] Speaker B: Um, let me see right quick. [01:30:39] Speaker A: Hey, hey, hey, hey. [01:30:41] Speaker B: Oh, my God. I don't. Even if I have a bonus, I don't think we can get through it with you. Um, let's see. Mine's lighthearted. It's the one that always comes up. So, should a man eat before his children do? [01:31:06] Speaker A: I was about to, man. [01:31:08] Speaker B: Lord. [01:31:09] Speaker A: Well, you know where I went. [01:31:11] Speaker B: It was not going there. [01:31:12] Speaker A: I went straight to them buns gutter. Nah, I don't believe in that rule. Defeat them goddamn kids, man. Had them shut them up first. Like, it ain't. It's not a big deal. Like it. Look, don't. Don't get me wrong. [01:31:29] Speaker B: It's really not. [01:31:30] Speaker A: Don't get me wrong. I was born and raised over here in the west, so we have certain southern traits, but not as demanding. Maybe that's the wrong word. Is not as popular as it is in the south to serve your plate to your man and stuff like that. I think that's all southern roots to me. But, no, I don't. Marcie makes my play sometimes. Most times, she don't. And then I'm fine with that. And then it's like, feed the kids first. Like, I don't even know what message we're trying to send that I'm the man at the house, and now I don't even get down like that. Like, nigga, if I'm taking too long to come downstairs, nigga shouldn't have to starve until I get down there, right? You know what I'm saying? Do what you gotta do. So maybe that's just, you know, that's these western. That's these western laws we created. We super left over here. So, you know, take everything with a grain. But, like, nah, I don't be. I don't trip over stuff like that. No. Now, I do believe. Now, if you want to say that I pick and choose. Yeah, sure. That's what being left is, Nigga. Shit. That's how we keep investing in life. We pick and choose what we want to deal with, Nigga. So I do think feel like, hey, look, any major decisions that you gotta run and buy the Capo. [01:32:53] Speaker B: Right? [01:32:53] Speaker A: You know what I'm saying? But other than that, they go and eat. I probably had a pEanut butter Jelly sandwicH on THe siDE THAT YOUNG N'T KNOW ABOUT. So that one. You know what I mean? [01:33:06] Speaker B: Oh, my God. Yeah. That question, whenever I see that whole topic show up on my timeline somewhere, I just make my head hurt. I'm like. And then, once again, y'all. Y'all been fighting over this shit for White, like, arguing. [01:33:24] Speaker A: I'm tired of these niggas. I'm tired of these niggas arguing over what? What food places they don't go to. Nigga, I ain't gonna leave a lie to you. Look, anybody out there? Yes, I go to. I still go to all those places randomly now. Not as. Not as much as now. I'm not saying that we go, but I'm saying I don't have a problem. The only place I don't go to is Arby's. That's the only place I don't go to is Arby's. Every other place you could think of. Every other place. I've either gone there, still going there, or I will go there. You know what I mean? So, olive garden? Yes, nigga. I'm eating those trash ass breadsticks. [01:34:00] Speaker B: I had those the other day. [01:34:02] Speaker A: See? [01:34:02] Speaker B: Teacher appreciation week. They fed us olive garden. I wasn't gonna turn down no free olive garden. [01:34:08] Speaker A: And I get that extra. I get that extra cheese shredded onto my own Caesar salad. [01:34:13] Speaker B: There you go. [01:34:14] Speaker A: They win. Do something about it. You know what else? Cheesecake factory. I don't really care for the cheesecake factory, but guess what, Marcus? Be like, let's go to the cheesecake. Are you fucking right? [01:34:25] Speaker B: You goddamn right. [01:34:27] Speaker A: Yeah. And I'm gonna find something on there that I like. [01:34:31] Speaker B: Yep. [01:34:32] Speaker A: What's another one they complain about? Denny's, nigga. That's our go to. [01:34:36] Speaker B: That is the spot. Especially at 02:00 a.m. 02:00 a.m. [01:34:40] Speaker A: In the morning, it's three people in there. The cook, the nigga that's gonna be at the register, and another person in there. We don't know what the fuck they in there for. So we watching them and then us, and then our two dumbasses eating apple crisp, you know, saying, like, you getting the fucking buffalo wing. You get the sampler. You know what I'm saying? That's Marcy. Go to the sampler. You know what I mean? And I'm gonna get some random shit. I probably get that damn sandwich with the. With the turkey, you know what I'm saying? And I get the. I get the seasoned fries with the barbecue sauce. [01:35:16] Speaker B: Y'all be going out, out. [01:35:19] Speaker A: When you go to Denny's, those pictures. I got pictures of a thing. We go on anytime. We go to, like, the r and b and only fest. Every time we went to that, we get out late and we go straight to Denny's before we get. Before we go home, we like. No. Cause we don't want to share none of the food with the kids. We don't want to kick it with them niggas. So we stop and we get. We eat. We don't share the apple crips. And I'm lying. Sometimes we ordered something to go. [01:35:49] Speaker B: What was the last time you had del taco? [01:35:52] Speaker A: Shit. I get del taco, like, every three and a half weeks. [01:35:57] Speaker B: I haven't had that shit in a long time. [01:36:00] Speaker A: I'm trying to now. Look, honestly, I'm trying to cut down on fast food, wasting money on fast food and shit like that. But yeah, man, I'm done, too. I'm only bougie when it comes to my electronics and water. I'm a hella bougie with my water. Hell bought. What's your water choice right now? I've been doing a lot of Evian. I forgot the one in the orange and white bottle. It started with a pinenny banana. Whatever. [01:36:36] Speaker B: I don't. I've never had that one. [01:36:38] Speaker A: I'm. I try to get into the. I can't even think of right now, but, yeah, I'm bougie with the water. Like, if you give me that arrowhead, I'm gonna look at you. I'm gonna look at you with such. [01:36:53] Speaker B: You won't even do no arrowhead. [01:36:55] Speaker A: Nah, I like, like, if I'm at a. If I forget to get some water, I gotta have an attitude. I gotta have some water on me. Now, I drink regular spring water, but that's the lowest quality water that I would drink. [01:37:11] Speaker B: Wow. [01:37:12] Speaker A: But if it comes to, like, Dasani, I'll throw that bottle at somebody. [01:37:16] Speaker B: Oh, Dasani is disgusting. [01:37:17] Speaker A: I'll throw that. Dasani, Aquafina. [01:37:19] Speaker B: Dasani and Aquafina. They taste like plastic. [01:37:22] Speaker A: Yeah, I put a. I'll throw that at somebody while they run it. [01:37:27] Speaker B: I like Fiji water, and I like core. Have you had core yet? [01:37:33] Speaker A: Yeah, yeah. They got a flavor cores, right? [01:37:39] Speaker B: I don't know. I've never seen flavored cores. I've seen flavored smart water, but not. [01:37:49] Speaker A: Let me see, or I'm about to look too. [01:37:53] Speaker B: Or water flavor. Oh, shit. They do. I've never seen those. [01:37:59] Speaker A: They got like, a. Look and see if they got, like, a cucumber one, a watermelon one or something like that. [01:38:05] Speaker B: Calm, immunity. Vibrant. What? That's Bougie. Bougie? [01:38:11] Speaker A: Yeah, man. [01:38:13] Speaker B: Let's see. [01:38:17] Speaker A: Solid. [01:38:18] Speaker B: I haven't had Evian in a long time. Let's see. [01:38:23] Speaker A: They got that shit, like $3 a bottle. [01:38:25] Speaker B: Hell, yeah. Let's see. They got pink grapefruit extract, cucumber essence, and lemon extract. [01:38:38] Speaker A: Yeah. Okay. [01:38:38] Speaker B: I've never seen those. [01:38:40] Speaker A: Yeah, mountain Valley. I drink mountain valley. Um, I like what you call it. The one that come in a beer can. [01:38:55] Speaker B: A beer can? [01:38:57] Speaker A: Yeah, it looks. It looks just like a beer can. And they got different flavors, too, but I just like the. Oh, have you ever had box water? [01:39:06] Speaker B: I have had box water. [01:39:07] Speaker A: Yeah. That's fire. [01:39:08] Speaker B: It's weird. [01:39:09] Speaker A: It's weird liquid. [01:39:11] Speaker B: It doesn't taste bad. It's just weird drinking out of the box. [01:39:15] Speaker A: Liquid. Liquid death is the other one. [01:39:19] Speaker B: Is that what that is? Is water? [01:39:21] Speaker A: Yeah. Liquid death. And then you got the. The hawaiian joint, the volcanic hawaiian water. That one's fire. [01:39:29] Speaker B: So wait. Oh, it's sparkling water. Liquid death. Okay. [01:39:34] Speaker A: No, no, no. One of them is. One of them is. One of them is not. Not a sparkling. The rest of mower. Oh, the ones that's flavored. Those are the ones that are sparkling. [01:39:47] Speaker B: Okay. [01:39:48] Speaker A: But there's one in a white can. It looks like a white beer can. All of them. All of them come in a bit. In a beer can and some mountain water. [01:39:58] Speaker B: I see it. [01:39:59] Speaker A: Yeah, the one in the white is solid. It's solid. [01:40:04] Speaker B: Okay. Because I never paid attention to that. I see it and I'm like, I'm scared of that. I don't want no liquid. [01:40:10] Speaker A: No, it's to kill your thirst. [01:40:14] Speaker B: Okay. I might try that now that I know what it is. [01:40:18] Speaker A: Y'all got 711 out there, right? [01:40:20] Speaker B: No, actually, the closest 711 is like 4 hours away. [01:40:24] Speaker A: Damn. Where you stay at? God damn it, right? [01:40:28] Speaker B: I miss 711 so much. Cause I used to hit 711, like, on the daily. But no, out here we got quick trip. [01:40:36] Speaker A: Get. [01:40:36] Speaker B: And go and come and go. [01:40:38] Speaker A: Those all sound like porn titles, right? That's wild, right? [01:40:44] Speaker B: Especially come and go. They sell shirts and everything, too. It's so funny. See, kids and everything with a shirt. [01:40:51] Speaker A: Say come and go, and I think somebody went viral for that. [01:40:57] Speaker B: Come and go. [01:40:58] Speaker A: Yeah, on ig, a kid had a shirt on or something. Like, it was something crazy. It's. What's that? Essentia. I think I said that wrong. [01:41:09] Speaker B: I know what you're talking about. [01:41:11] Speaker A: Yeah, I think I said that wrong, Voss. Oh, that one's fire. [01:41:16] Speaker B: Yeah, that one's good. [01:41:18] Speaker A: Yeah, that one's fire right there. That black water. I don't know. I don't. I don't know about that one. [01:41:26] Speaker B: I don't know either. [01:41:27] Speaker A: That's a good talk, though. And we. This is probably going to be one of my longest episodes. We have hour 41. I think it's time it's time to cut it man. It's time to cut it. It's time to cut it. It's time for you to go to bed. It's time for me to go to bed. Cause I got a 07:00 podcast with the breaks radio seven in the morning. Seven in the morning and it's 12:00. [01:41:48] Speaker B: It's 12:00 it was two here. [01:41:51] Speaker A: I'm about to take my freaky ass 69 to bed. [01:41:57] Speaker B: You better cuz that shit has you. [01:42:02] Speaker A: Yeah, I'm a let them know where they can find you and stuff like that. [01:42:10] Speaker B: Oh, I had to think about that for a second on Twitter x whatever you want to call it. It's Brittie, Brittie 18. And then, and then actually you can find me wherever you listen to podcasts, I can talk about this all day. [01:42:32] Speaker A: Last episode was a lot of Michael Jackson content. [01:42:36] Speaker B: A lot. [01:42:37] Speaker A: Man they love Mike overdeers. [01:42:43] Speaker B: Oh my gosh. [01:42:45] Speaker A: Until next time. [01:42:48] Speaker B: Nighty night. [01:42:56] Speaker A: Do what I should do what I could do.

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