Better Days With Hayden Dib/
- October 27, 2020
Hayden Dib is back! We start a new segment called Scraping The Barrel, chat about the #cleanyourseat campaign, guess some quotes out of context and talk about creativity and freelancing! We also get a live performance of I Saw A Tiger!
On this episode of Hump Day Replay:
- Oat milk and nut bags
- Scraping the barrel
- Pizza chat
- Out of context quotes
- A live performance of ‘I Saw A Tiger’
- Creativity and freelancing
Hayden – @haydendib
Website – humpdayreplay.com
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Instagram – @humpdayreplay
This is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
[00:00:00] Hayden Dib: [00:00:00] Hey, Jess, what's going on? What are you doing?
[00:00:04] GB: [00:00:04] I'm just about to jump into the variants.
[00:00:06] Hayden Dib: [00:00:06] Oh really? Because if I'm not mistaken, the, um, the, the invited it started at 1245 and it's. It's 1251.
[00:00:17] Jess Lucas: [00:00:17] I'm white. I'm a white.
[00:00:20] Hayden Dib: [00:00:20] Yeah. We've already started the show without you. And you're currently on the show right now.
[00:00:44] GB: [00:00:44] Play out of, Oh, that was a nice dab. Good energy out of lockdown. Officially.
[00:00:55] Mr. 97: [00:00:55] There we
[00:00:55] GB: [00:00:55] go. We've done it. Congratulations [00:01:00] to all of Melbourne and congratulations to our team here. Jess Mason and grace and our returning guests. Hayden DIB.
[00:01:10] Hayden Dib: [00:01:10] Thank you very much, George.
[00:01:15] GB: [00:01:15] Ah, good to have you has, Hey, are you on the bees yet?
[00:01:18] Hayden Dib: [00:01:18] I'm not on the beers. I am actually. I think when you, you messaged me and were like, what do you want to talk about in this podcast? I was like, I don't know, because there's just, there's so much going on. There's nothing going on this, this, this so much.
[00:01:31] So I'm not drinking alcohol at the moment. Um, and what a very much of a health kick doing, doing what I need to do to stay fit and live past 25. Um,
[00:01:43] Mr. 97: [00:01:43] I mean, you are smashing the smoothies. It did look like a whiskey glass with a
[00:01:47] Hayden Dib: [00:01:47] smoothie. It's a whiskey gods with a smoothie in it. Um, I'm not gonna lie. The color looks as shitty as it does in that camera.
[00:01:58] Mr. 97: [00:01:58] Yeah, they do. Especially when [00:02:00] you live hours, what have you put in that
[00:02:02] GB: [00:02:02] purple
[00:02:04] Hayden Dib: [00:02:04] banana oat milk, spinach, blueberries and pineapple.
[00:02:09] Mr. 97: [00:02:09] Just a quick thing on the oatmeal. What brand? Because I've been looking into the oat milk.
[00:02:14] GB: [00:02:14] Okay. What's the benefit of it? I don't,
[00:02:16] Hayden Dib: [00:02:16] I don't know. I think it's a little less sweet.
[00:02:19] Then like almond and soy. And I think it's better for you. I can't don't have the facts to back then
[00:02:24] Mr. 97: [00:02:24] also quite cheap to make it yourself. It is a good option, um, that I've looked into it. But
[00:02:29] Hayden Dib: [00:02:29] are you making oatmeal yourself?
[00:02:30] Jess Lucas: [00:02:30] Well,
[00:02:33] Mr. 97: [00:02:33] well, no. So what you do is it's very easy. You put it in a blender. With water and you just blitz it and then you get that bag.
[00:02:40] That's it. And then, and then all you got to do is get a nutbag and let it filter through the nut bag.
[00:02:45] GB: [00:02:45] Well, what do you need?
[00:02:47] Hayden Dib: [00:02:47] So you need milk, a blender and a nutbag
[00:02:56] one. I've got one nutbag it's not really like about it
[00:03:01] [00:03:00] Mr. 97: [00:03:01] now. You're going to nuts
[00:03:01] GB: [00:03:01] bag.
[00:03:02] Jess Lucas: [00:03:02] So wait, hold the foreign. I, you still getting the carbs out of the arts because that is a waste of carbs. If that's the case.
[00:03:11] Hayden Dib: [00:03:11] Oh, sorry. Oh, Lucentis.
[00:03:14] GB: [00:03:14] What are you in? Yeah,
[00:03:19] Mr. 97: [00:03:19] no, that's very true because the shampoo on Abby, my dog is it's got active oatmeal in it, which helps really sensitive skin
[00:03:29] GB: [00:03:29] milk,
[00:03:32] Mr. 97: [00:03:32] oatmeal.
[00:03:33] I don't know what active oat milk would be activated. Oat milk. You've got activated almonds. That's the thing.
[00:03:39] GB: [00:03:39] I
[00:03:39] Jess Lucas: [00:03:39] don't
[00:03:40] Hayden Dib: [00:03:40] activate it. Is it like a PR stunt for armies?
[00:03:46] What is activated PR?
[00:03:51] Mr. 97: [00:03:51] Ah, here we go. Have you got it? Yes.
[00:03:56] Jess Lucas: [00:03:56] It's all it's saying is how they're made. I want to know [00:04:00] why they, I mean,
[00:04:02] Hayden Dib: [00:04:02] I think it might mean some sort of fermentation process. Yeah. Yeah. So I think when you have activated a mental, anything activated, it starts to build bacteria, which is good for the gut. So I think that's what it might be.
[00:04:15] Jess Lucas: [00:04:15] That's what I'm used to them doing like 10,000 steps a day.
[00:04:19] GB: [00:04:19] Well, not
[00:04:20] Mr. 97: [00:04:20] sure why it does say activation because when raw nuts have been soaked in water for a period of time, uh, usually a minimum of seven to 24 hours, and then this not soaking stimulated that's
[00:04:35] Hayden Dib: [00:04:35] sounds so beautiful.
[00:04:38] Mr. 97: [00:04:38] It stimulates early germination and sprouting within the nuts.
[00:04:42] Hayden Dib: [00:04:42] That's what happens when I say my nuts.
[00:04:45] Jess Lucas: [00:04:45] When you activate your nuts
[00:04:49] Hayden Dib: [00:04:49] nuts, I'm circling my nuts, like at least on the daily.
[00:04:55] GB: [00:04:55] Nice. I mean, it still sounds pretty [00:05:00] gross. Milk, milk. She sounds a bit watery.
[00:05:03] Mr. 97: [00:05:03] To be honest, it just takes, it tastes like water, you know, the leftover water in the, in your porridge or the leftover milk.
[00:05:09] It tastes like that.
[00:05:11] GB: [00:05:11] Yeah, who's making porridge with water. Is that what you do? I guess so you can make it with
[00:05:16] Jess Lucas: [00:05:16] wartime.
[00:05:16] Mr. 97: [00:05:16] I mean, it depends if you want the carbs from the milk or not. Jess,
[00:05:23] GB: [00:05:23] Sarah enough checks me. How is the Cub Cub cutting, going, Jess?
[00:05:30] Jess Lucas: [00:05:30] Good. I haven't had a car in say 10 weeks. I mean, I've had cobs. I just haven't. I'm not having like, um, what do you call it? Yeah, like naughty carbs, complex, complex. Thank you guys.
[00:05:43] Mr. 97: [00:05:43] Hang on. Complex. Carbs are good carbs. Aren't that? You just don't want simple carbs.
[00:05:47] Jess Lucas: [00:05:47] I don't want the bad guy. I don't want whatever's in
[00:05:50] Mr. 97: [00:05:50] simple carbs, white bread.
[00:05:52] Hayden Dib: [00:05:52] I think it's just became the most informed
[00:06:06] [00:06:00] Mr. 97: [00:06:06] Are you in ketosis,
[00:06:07] Hayden Dib: [00:06:07] ketosis,
[00:06:11] Harry Potter.
[00:06:20] GB: [00:06:20] TOSAs most of us hate Harry Potter either. So he has no idea what we're talking about.
[00:06:25] Jess Lucas: [00:06:25] What Mason, you find a way to disappoint me every week.
[00:06:29] Hayden Dib: [00:06:29] What are you doing?
[00:06:35] GB: [00:06:35] Yeah,
[00:06:36] Hayden Dib: [00:06:36] but do you mean in ticket sizes? And
[00:06:39] GB: [00:06:39] I reckon Harry Potter has been on the TV in my house. Like 20 times during lockdown every weekend when we're hung over Chloe and Hannah, they'd go, Oh, let's watch Harry Potter. I was like, I'll just watch it. And it's just
[00:06:54] Mr. 97: [00:06:54] one of the most overrated movies I've seen the trailer.
[00:07:00] [00:07:00] Hayden Dib: [00:07:00] Oh, shut, shut up. This is
[00:07:02] Jess Lucas: [00:07:02] what I have to do.
[00:07:06] Yeah. Did you just say grow milk more nuts? Like, cause that's what I mean. It's
[00:07:14] GB: [00:07:14] all right. We'll hide it. Yeah. I did message you the other day saying what you want to talk about. And like you said earlier, there's not much going on. Uh, we haven't got that much stuff to talk about really. So. New segment for hump day re-play it's called scraping the barrel. Oh. And so
[00:07:32] Hayden Dib: [00:07:32] like, like churn for it or something.
[00:07:35] GB: [00:07:35] Yeah. Yeah. Yup. Yup. Thanks. So before the show, Mason, I will, you know, go through a list of things and try and build out a little bit of a run sheet and topics that happened on the daily talk show and that we can talk about. And we come up with a bunch of ideas and then we sort of drag them across and then fill out the run sheet and we thought, look, there's, there's lots of that.
[00:07:56] Don't make it on. And they're not the best topics [00:08:00] really. So we thought
[00:08:03] Hayden Dib: [00:08:03] for me, let's just talk about nothing.
[00:08:05] GB: [00:08:05] So the way it works is you get to choose between. What'd you say
[00:08:15] enough? Both sides. Talk
[00:08:18] Hayden Dib: [00:08:18] about sec, Jess, not a chip. My dad was a gutter
[00:08:21] Mr. 97: [00:08:21] let's ride in the nut nuts.
[00:08:24] Jess Lucas: [00:08:24] I mean, to be honest, it's just been a week for it because I've been also talking about Josh and Tommy's as well. This week.
[00:08:29] GB: [00:08:29] No balls. Ah, ah, man, Skyping Skype.
[00:08:34] Hayden Dib: [00:08:34] Manscaped
[00:08:35] GB: [00:08:35] didn't you talk about balls on, we can band
[00:08:37] Mr. 97: [00:08:37] to mace.
[00:08:38] Sure. Did. Yep. Yeah, we
[00:08:40] GB: [00:08:40] got some bowl week
[00:08:41] Jess Lucas: [00:08:41] that my lack of bowls.
[00:08:43] Hayden Dib: [00:08:43] Wow. Yeah. You guys need to get out a little bit more.
[00:08:46] GB: [00:08:46] We can now.
[00:08:52] Sorry. That's right. So the way it works is you get to choose between two topics that didn't make the run sheet and we'll talk about one of them. Okay. [00:09:00] So it's got its own opener
[00:09:08] tragedy. The broadsheet was average. So
[00:09:27] Hayden Dib: [00:09:27] should have been the name of the segment scene.
[00:09:30] GB: [00:09:30] Same better days. Yeah. Well that can be, that can be the new name once a week. All right. So the topics that you get to choose from DIB, uh, pizza chat, or clean your seat, it's up to you.
[00:09:44] Hayden Dib: [00:09:44] Can I have a bit of context behind either of
[00:09:47] GB: [00:09:47] them gut, gut feeling, but it doesn't talk about pizza or do you want to talk about the campaign that Josh is running?
[00:09:54] Hayden Dib: [00:09:54] Let's get pizza. Let's get pizza.
[00:09:56] Mr. 97: [00:09:56] I'll really dragon
[00:09:58] GB: [00:09:58] said,
[00:10:01] [00:10:00] Mr. 97: [00:10:01] I know we're scraping the bowel, but can we at least scrape the best part of the barrel?
[00:10:06] Hayden Dib: [00:10:06] What mace ask me not you. Alright. I'm the guest. Okay.
[00:10:13] GB: [00:10:13] That's it.
[00:10:15] Mr. 97: [00:10:15] Okay.
[00:10:15] GB: [00:10:15] All right, everyone. Here we go. Right choice. You've picked pizza chat from episode 891. Enjoy on the cross monster in this house. Yeah. All eat the crusts.
[00:10:27] Bodhi hates crusts. I love crusts. Well, I'll wait to play. You're going to nowadays. There's one at the end of my straights. Fucking phenomenal. He's ridiculous. Is it easy to, because I remember, um, my dad refused. Uh, he said that margarita isn't a real pizza. We might know that migrated pizzas, that it was a waste.
[00:10:48] I just want to know what his pizza is then if that's not, if he was always that fucking, thing's got everything it's got like, what's it called? Um, It's a thing that you're [00:11:00] like, uh, uh, it's a fish. It's like a fish. It's got like a tail blanket.
[00:11:06] Jess Lucas: [00:11:06] Oh
[00:11:06] GB: [00:11:06] Jesus. No, no, no, you haven't. You're
[00:11:15] Hayden Dib: [00:11:15] having a salad.
[00:11:20] Jess Lucas: [00:11:20] it's got a fucking tail.
[00:11:22] GB: [00:11:22] What do you think it was? What do you think it was dude
[00:11:24] Hayden Dib: [00:11:24] and trophies.
[00:11:26] GB: [00:11:26] Believe it or not, you're actually wrong. He was so prawns. Now he's talking about prawns. I've never had Pearland in a salad before, but
[00:11:34] Mr. 97: [00:11:34] is anchovies or anchovies?
[00:11:36] Hayden Dib: [00:11:36] Anchovies?
[00:11:42] Mr. 97: [00:11:42] I reckon, I reckon people in the UK called anchovies.
[00:11:45] GB: [00:11:45] Terry Flynn.
[00:11:45] Hayden Dib: [00:11:45] I lived in the UK and they didn't
[00:11:47] Mr. 97: [00:11:47] hear it. I don't
[00:11:48] Jess Lucas: [00:11:48] remember that either,
[00:11:49] GB: [00:11:49] but I love anchovies. Isn't moderate. It's just
[00:11:52] Mr. 97: [00:11:52] like that. Sorry.
[00:11:54] Hayden Dib: [00:11:54] Sorry. Can we get back to this whole, like Josh's dad not thinking that a margarita is a real [00:12:00] pizza.
[00:12:01] GB: [00:12:01] Yeah.
[00:12:01] And it's like authentic,
[00:12:03] Hayden Dib: [00:12:03] traditional.
[00:12:03] GB: [00:12:03] Yeah.
[00:12:06] Mr. 97: [00:12:06] Yeah, it's at Rogers.
[00:12:07] Hayden Dib: [00:12:07] A Supreme is not a real pizza. That's a piece of bread with everything on it.
[00:12:13] GB: [00:12:13] Not your fridge.
[00:12:14] Mr. 97: [00:12:14] What is, what is your favorite pay to dip?
[00:12:19] Hayden Dib: [00:12:19] If I'm like, it's gotta be like traditional, like I love pork and fennel sausage. Like I use a really good one.
[00:12:26] Um, and yeah, like a basic margarita, but like, Margarita is I think considered like, not that great because when you put them on like a shit piece of bread, we shit cheese and like a shit tomato sauce. It's like all these blend elements that could be really good. But when you put them on amazing bread, you use really high quality cheese and make a good tomato sauce.
[00:12:49] There's nothing better
[00:12:50] GB: [00:12:50] fresh basil as well. Um, Jess, do you remember the other day when I asked you for pizza advice? Nope.
[00:13:07] [00:13:00] pizza recommendation. And you gave me, you gave me the best recommendations. Thank you for,
[00:13:16] Jess Lucas: [00:13:16] do you
[00:13:16] GB: [00:13:16] remember what you gave me?
[00:13:17] Jess Lucas: [00:13:17] I gave you three options from different types of pizza joints here.
[00:13:21] GB: [00:13:21] Yeah.
[00:13:21] Hayden Dib: [00:13:21] Wait, can we list those off?
[00:13:22] GB: [00:13:22] Yeah, because I need some, Oh,
[00:13:25] Jess Lucas: [00:13:25] sorry. If you're after it kind of more expensive, but kind of dirty pizza from crust.
[00:13:31] Like my favorite Perry, Perry,
[00:13:34] Hayden Dib: [00:13:34] wrong
[00:13:35] Mr. 97: [00:13:35] crushed, dirty pizza.
[00:13:36] Jess Lucas: [00:13:36] Yeah, a Ramer dirty. And then if you just want traditional, dirty, uh, Hawaiian or mug, and then, uh, the, like the wood-fired style, like baby is and the, um, Rocco cheese mozzarella and rocks, not
[00:13:58] Hayden Dib: [00:13:58] from crust.
[00:14:00] [00:13:59] Jess Lucas: [00:13:59] I'm obsessed with crust. I would get like two half Hobbs just for myself because what's a hot barbecue.
[00:14:08] I want
[00:14:09] Hayden Dib: [00:14:09] a complex cup.
[00:14:12] Jess Lucas: [00:14:12] And I'll tell you why I can't wait to smash
[00:14:14] GB: [00:14:14] to actually do a really good, um, lamb one. I'm pretty sure with truffles, so good.
[00:14:20] Mr. 97: [00:14:20] Oh my God. Yeah, that doesn't sound naughty dirty to me,
[00:14:24] Jess Lucas: [00:14:24] lamb and then the
[00:14:27] GB: [00:14:27] vegetable one, but I think we're a good pizza joints in Melbourne.
[00:14:34] Jess Lucas: [00:14:34] It's going to
[00:14:35] GB: [00:14:35] take me
[00:14:36] Mr. 97: [00:14:36] just quickly up dip.
[00:14:37] You'll be all over this. We grace and I drove out to the Dandenong ranges and on the way back we went past Glennie kebabs.
[00:14:47] Hayden Dib: [00:14:47] Why did you think I'll be all over that? Just
[00:14:50] GB: [00:14:50] explain yourself, explain yourself. Let's break this down.
[00:14:54] Hayden Dib: [00:14:54] Let's break this down. Why did you think, you know why it's all over it?
[00:14:58] Mr. 97: [00:14:58] Because
[00:14:59] Hayden Dib: [00:14:59] this is [00:15:00] while you're away,
[00:15:00] Mr. 97: [00:15:00] because you did a video with TJ on
[00:15:05] Hayden Dib: [00:15:05] That's not what I'm talking
[00:15:06] Mr. 97: [00:15:06] about and you know, where the best kebab places are. And why, why,
[00:15:10] Hayden Dib: [00:15:10] why do I know where the best
[00:15:12] GB: [00:15:12] places
[00:15:12] Mr. 97: [00:15:12] in the video? You admitted it in the video,
[00:15:14] Hayden Dib: [00:15:14] you said, why do you think I admitted it?
[00:15:18] Mr. 97: [00:15:18] Cause you know? Yeah. Cause he loved
[00:15:20] Hayden Dib: [00:15:20] the fact that
[00:15:22] GB: [00:15:22] Jess, Jess
[00:15:23] Hayden Dib: [00:15:23] sent it straight out.
[00:15:26] GB: [00:15:26] Glenny
[00:15:27] Mr. 97: [00:15:27] kebabs, legit.
[00:15:28] Like, is that, is that a famous place? Cause I told her, I said, this is the best place in Melbourne.
[00:15:32] GB: [00:15:32] I said, I just know
[00:15:32] Mr. 97: [00:15:32] it and I didn't smell. I didn't know.
[00:15:35] GB: [00:15:35] I was like, Oh, have you been there? Oh no, I've heard about it though. Not people talk about it.
[00:15:41] Hayden Dib: [00:15:41] I took Tommy. To the basketball place in Melbourne, which was it's um, um, um, Melbourne upstate Melbourne kebabs station.
[00:15:51] Mr. 97: [00:15:51] Okay, cool. All right.
[00:15:53] GB: [00:15:53] Well, there we go. There we go. That was hungry. Good, too. Good to start with a bit of pizza chat. [00:16:00] I wish we did. We're always pretty clean your seat now, which is
[00:16:03] Hayden Dib: [00:16:03] annoying. You say it as well. Why not?
[00:16:05] GB: [00:16:05] Checking the segment.
[00:16:08] Hayden Dib: [00:16:08] Well, you know, the segment was scraping the barrel anyway, so,
[00:16:13] GB: [00:16:13] all right.
[00:16:13] Well just because this is the first week of the segment we were allowed to do both
[00:16:18] Mr. 97: [00:16:18] be changed back every week
[00:16:22] GB: [00:16:22] you can call the shots,
[00:16:24] Hayden Dib: [00:16:24] the shots made. I'm not going to point you to anything, but you've got to write
[00:16:29] GB: [00:16:29] that down.
[00:16:31] Mr. 97: [00:16:31] Come on Jesse.
[00:16:33] GB: [00:16:33] Let's talk about, you
[00:16:38] Hayden Dib: [00:16:38] know, just as racist, we know that
[00:16:45] GB: [00:16:45] Jessica, you want to reply.
[00:16:48] Hayden Dib: [00:16:48] Don't reply.
[00:16:48] Mr. 97: [00:16:48] It's the presidential report. It's vital library. Again,
[00:16:51] GB: [00:16:51] you got two minutes. Do a Trump insight on the lace racist person in this call.
[00:16:57] Jess Lucas: [00:16:57] The virus? No, I'm kidding.
[00:17:00] [00:17:00] GB: [00:17:00] Plague by the way. All right. So which, uh, which topic would you like to hear out of pizza chat and clean your seat?
[00:17:10] Hayden Dib: [00:17:10] Are we just going to cut,
[00:17:12] GB: [00:17:12] pick it up?
[00:17:14] Hayden Dib: [00:17:14] I liked pizza. Chad personally love pizza. Well, yeah, let's, I mean, it's a really hard choice. Um, but let's go with clean you say, all right.
[00:17:24] GB: [00:17:24] Great choice. You've picked clean your seat. And hashtag let me say from episode, uh, there's a few fuse, three episodes enjoy what's between a couch and your asshole
[00:17:36] Jess Lucas: [00:17:36] clothes, underwear.
[00:17:38] GB: [00:17:38] Yeah. And so that's the whole thing.
[00:17:39] Hayden Dib: [00:17:39] So it's like,
[00:17:42] GB: [00:17:42] If you think about it, if you're sitting on a couch, we don't do anything for the couch. I was, I was quoted the other day in saying, you know, what goes between and your asshole when you couch or whatever. I stand by that quote, like where we're putting our assholes, very close to [00:18:00] seats.
[00:18:01] How often, when was the last time you cleaned? You say. Well, I've, I've been quoted twice in the last a week about, uh, how close your asshole is on your couch. Like I've been doing a whole bit lately around. What do you mean? Well, think
[00:18:13] Mr. 97: [00:18:13] about how clean your seat.
[00:18:15] GB: [00:18:15] Yeah. Clean your seat. We're starting a campaign.
[00:18:18] When was the last time you cleaned your seat? Jack? What? Wait, what? Weird. I don't know. It's just fabric, which is fabric. You close as a fabric.
[00:18:29] Hayden Dib: [00:18:29] Can I just say something out of all the podcasts.
[00:18:31] GB: [00:18:31] I don't think this is the one that's scraping the bottom of the barrel
[00:18:42] um, so I mean, when was the last time he claimed,
[00:18:47] Hayden Dib: [00:18:47] what was that? Somebody claimed my seat. Do you know what
[00:18:51] GB: [00:18:51] never claimed me say never,
[00:18:53] Hayden Dib: [00:18:53] never claimed me. See, you know, why? Because I clean
[00:18:55] GB: [00:18:55] my asshole,
[00:18:57] Mr. 97: [00:18:57] I categorize it.
[00:18:58] Hayden Dib: [00:18:58] And, and then [00:19:00] I wear clean clothes. So by the time I sit down, it's all clean.
[00:19:06] GB: [00:19:06] Right? Well, it's not great for the campaign.
[00:19:08] We need you to be on board.
[00:19:10] Jess Lucas: [00:19:10] This whole conversation. I'm sober wielded by it because I just, I do not see his point of view. Look, I don't,
[00:19:17] Hayden Dib: [00:19:17] I don't see it either. It's like about
[00:19:20] GB: [00:19:20] like, if you're sitting okay. We'll
[00:19:24] Jess Lucas: [00:19:24] actually do it right now.
[00:19:27] GB: [00:19:27] Oh my okay.
[00:19:29] Jess Lucas: [00:19:29] Smell smells great. Smells like my, my detergent.
[00:19:35] GB: [00:19:35] Oh no.
[00:19:36] Hayden Dib: [00:19:36] I was like what pants?
[00:19:38] And my pants are clean.
[00:19:39] Jess Lucas: [00:19:39] Hi. Okay. One as you've pointed out us, uh, You clean your butthole too. It's generally like suctioned.
[00:19:50] Mr. 97: [00:19:50] It's true.
[00:19:51] Jess Lucas: [00:19:51] It's not like fucking sit and flat on my chin touching it.
[00:20:00] [00:20:00] Hayden Dib: [00:20:00] since I sat down for these
[00:20:02] Jess Lucas: [00:20:02] you'll asshole doesn't seat. Yeah. To the seat, like it's encapsulated in your cheeks, then you've got your layer of knickers. And if you're a girl, sometimes you might worry J string and it's like fully,
[00:20:16] Hayden Dib: [00:20:16] do you know what? I don't like that. You've insinuated that men can't wear J strings.
[00:20:21] GB: [00:20:21] Well
[00:20:22] Jess Lucas: [00:20:22] bore at staff. I got my bed. And then you wear clothes like jeans or leggings as I've got on. And then,
[00:20:30] GB: [00:20:30] yeah, I guess for Josh's side though, what if you have been exercising and you're all sweaty and you sit down on the couch. Oh, yeah,
[00:20:38] Jess Lucas: [00:20:38] that's fair.
[00:20:40] Mr. 97: [00:20:40] Are you going to go into shitting yourself
[00:20:42] GB: [00:20:42] and then also for JJ, what if you have too much magnesium
[00:20:47] Jess Lucas: [00:20:47] and we don't seek out for JJ in this scenario, because
[00:20:51] GB: [00:20:51] I
[00:20:51] Hayden Dib: [00:20:51] just don't understand why this is a topic of conversation.
[00:20:56] Mr. 97: [00:20:56] So is that, is that an, is that a no to being a [00:21:00] campaign ambassador then
[00:21:02] Hayden Dib: [00:21:02] like,
[00:21:02] GB: [00:21:02] unless.
[00:21:03] Hayden Dib: [00:21:03] Unless there's no, no,
[00:21:06] GB: [00:21:06] you're not going to be the
[00:21:08] Hayden Dib: [00:21:08] I'm sorry, I can't, I can't endorse. I can't endorse Josh
[00:21:15] GB: [00:21:15] and Josh, you listening.
[00:21:18] Mr. 97: [00:21:18] I say,
[00:21:19] GB: [00:21:19] why didn't this all start? Because just did the online Woolies order and he got the free, the free.
[00:21:24] Jess Lucas: [00:21:24] Claim you
[00:21:25] Mr. 97: [00:21:25] say stop.
[00:21:26] GB: [00:21:26] So I asked my friend who works
[00:21:28] Jess Lucas: [00:21:28] at Wooly's. I
[00:21:28] GB: [00:21:28] said, is this a thing that actually happens? And he was like, no, we don't do that our store. So it must've been a premier store that Josh and Bree shop from.
[00:21:37] Jess Lucas: [00:21:37] I understand cleaning your couch. Cause you should clean your couch because it gets Dustin. And the thing though, it's not your asshole. That's C issue. It's the stuff that you pick up when you're sitting. If you go to a park or you are on the street and stuff, it's like the germs touching you there.
[00:21:52] Hayden Dib: [00:21:52] Another thing as well, it's like how often is your nose that close to where you're sitting?
[00:21:58] Jess Lucas: [00:21:58] Exactly.
[00:22:02] [00:22:00] Well,
[00:22:03] GB: [00:22:03] we have. We have like a big blanket over our seats and we do watch that every now and then
[00:22:08] Hayden Dib: [00:22:08] we're going to smelt it.
[00:22:12] GB: [00:22:12] Y'all got like a giant, like, throw that just cause it's a pretty ugly couch cover the whole thing with it. And, um, a patient. This is why people have, um, couch covers like those plastic things.
[00:22:28] Hayden Dib: [00:22:28] like a bit of plastic. My secret.
[00:22:34] GB: [00:22:34] Um, Bora was a good film. Have you guys seen for it?
[00:22:39] Hayden Dib: [00:22:39] Good segue.
[00:22:40] GB: [00:22:40] Well, grace brought up before,
[00:22:42] Hayden Dib: [00:22:42] just remind me Jessica energy. Who's seen it. Who's actually seen it.
[00:22:47] GB: [00:22:47] Haven't seen it the other night. I'd love time. It was really good.
[00:22:50] Hayden Dib: [00:22:50] I'm not the biggest fan of Celebrex. Why? I just start really liking him.
[00:22:56] GB: [00:22:56] Okay.
[00:22:56] Mr. 97: [00:22:56] So it's like, it's like main Harry Potter.
[00:23:00] [00:23:00] Hayden Dib: [00:23:00] No, you
[00:23:00] GB: [00:23:00] haven't watched Harry
[00:23:01] Hayden Dib: [00:23:01] Potter.
[00:23:02] GB: [00:23:02] I've seen boys that comment on it.
[00:23:05] Hayden Dib: [00:23:05] I think some of his stuff is funny, but I think that sometimes he goes a little bit too far
[00:23:10] GB: [00:23:10] racially or
[00:23:11] Hayden Dib: [00:23:11] racially. And I think it's like, especially when the stuff he was doing in the U S we'd like, He like, he makes money out of, um, making fun of minorities that the liberals don't like already.
[00:23:24] So it's like, he just, it's just a pylon. So it's, it's hard to, it's hard to kind of support anything he does when he's doing the one thing that as liberals and left, left leaning. We don't like anyone doing.
[00:23:38] GB: [00:23:38] Yeah. Yeah. I understand that.
[00:23:41] Hayden Dib: [00:23:41] Yeah. Brings out stuff is funny.
[00:23:43] GB: [00:23:43] It brings out just the most crazy. Like highlights the most ridiculous things though, from those.
[00:23:50] Hayden Dib: [00:23:50] Yeah. But I think he's older stuff. So like I love Ali G like Ali G is like one of my favorite. I dressed up as Allie J for my 18th birthday. [00:24:00] You fucking find a photo.
[00:24:01] GB: [00:24:01] Yeah. That'd be hilarious.
[00:24:03] Mr. 97: [00:24:03] Just send us a photo. We'll put it up.
[00:24:05] Jess Lucas: [00:24:05] Awesome. Okay.
[00:24:07] GB: [00:24:07] Oh, really? That's
[00:24:11] Hayden Dib: [00:24:11] one of my favorite allergy segments of all time, he goes to a farm and he's like, he's like asking how chickens lay eggs.
[00:24:21] And he's like asking you if it comes out a bit assholes. And the guy's like, no, they like lay it through. They're like, you know,
[00:24:30] GB: [00:24:30] uh,
[00:24:31] Hayden Dib: [00:24:31] chickens hearts. And he's like,
[00:24:34] GB: [00:24:34] Well, he thought, you mean to tell me that eggs come from the pool, nanny costing
[00:24:43] Hayden Dib: [00:24:43] the best fucking, the best segment ever. Cause he's just like confused about, he's been eating chickens, he's whole eggs, his whole life, and he doesn't know where they come.
[00:24:52] GB: [00:24:52] It was a good accent. It was very good. Well,
[00:24:55] Hayden Dib: [00:24:55] thank you.
[00:24:56] GB: [00:24:56] Thank you very
[00:24:56] Jess Lucas: [00:24:56] much, Chaz.
[00:24:59] GB: [00:24:59] Um, [00:25:00] another, so we've got another, um, segment for the, for the show. This one was donated nicely from Tommy, uh,
[00:25:09] Mr. 97: [00:25:09] scraping the barrel
[00:25:10] GB: [00:25:10] today.
[00:25:12] Hayden Dib: [00:25:12] I
[00:25:12] Mr. 97: [00:25:12] feel honored. I feel prickly
[00:25:16] GB: [00:25:16] and Mason. Uh, it's called out of context quotes. And so this is also has its own opener.
[00:25:24] No, it's not what I said. Don't take me out of
[00:25:27] Hayden Dib: [00:25:27] context
[00:25:28] GB: [00:25:28] with snippet, just out of context, out of context, it's beautiful. That's over to you, Mason. So
[00:25:38] Mr. 97: [00:25:38] I've gone through a bunch of our episodes and the quotes that we've done for them and DIB. What should we do for everyone? Yeah, everyone. Okay, everyone. Great.
[00:25:50] I've picked out the quotes and. I'm going to rate them out. And I want you guys to guess who said it and then the, the context of the [00:26:00] quote.
[00:26:00] GB: [00:26:00] Okay.
[00:26:01] Mr. 97: [00:26:01] Okay, great. So I've got three, the first one. I don't want to be going to a fucking doctor. That's going to tell me that I can't have Uber eats
[00:26:11] GB: [00:26:11] fuck off.
[00:26:13] Hayden Dib: [00:26:13] Is that, is it someone in this call?
[00:26:15] GB: [00:26:15] No
[00:26:17] Hayden Dib: [00:26:17] that's. So Josh, that's Josh, in a nutshell,
[00:26:22] Mr. 97: [00:26:22] it's Josh and the context.
[00:26:26] GB: [00:26:26] Oh,
[00:26:27] Hayden Dib: [00:26:27] talking about UberEATS.
[00:26:28] GB: [00:26:28] Was it around like when you NAF before he said, if he wanted to like be in the best shape of his life and everything. And so he wanted to go to maybe get vitals check, like, you know, you did Hayden, but he thought the doctor would tell him to not.
[00:26:44] Just stop having over eight, Josh,
[00:26:48] Hayden Dib: [00:26:48] Josh falls into this, like every six months.
[00:26:52] Mr. 97: [00:26:52] This is, this is when he had it swollen glands that he went on, went on and he, um, he did a telehealth with the doc [00:27:00] and correct it at him. And then it was talking about it on the show. And Jess, Jess, sorry. Brie was Ray went to the doctor and the doctor said, um, you guys should be cooking instead of ordering Uber eats all the time.
[00:27:13] Um, so Josh has now a pushback on every doctor he sees so
[00:27:18] Hayden Dib: [00:27:18] well, that's healthy.
[00:27:23] GB: [00:27:23] All right.
[00:27:25] Mr. 97: [00:27:25] This is quite too. As we Caney does a lot when it's in the oven roasted with some sea salt and pepper, rather than when it's steamed. Oh,
[00:27:35] Jess Lucas: [00:27:35] I know.
[00:27:39] GB: [00:27:39] I think it was Tommy. That was one of my favorite moments are going to see Erin you've said this mace,
[00:27:45] Mr. 97: [00:27:45] this was TJ. Oh yeah. And it was in relationship the best way to cook zucchini, which I said you don't eat zucchini unless it's pan fried or zoodles.
[00:27:57] GB: [00:27:57] That was
[00:27:58] Mr. 97: [00:27:58] the only two ways as a chef.
[00:28:01] [00:28:00] Hayden Dib: [00:28:01] Um, I don't mind I'll eat the CUNY, however,
[00:28:06] GB: [00:28:06] Would you rush
[00:28:07] Hayden Dib: [00:28:07] it?
[00:28:08] Yeah. Roast it. Pan fry it, do whatever. It's like, it's, it's a beautiful vegetable,
[00:28:13] Jess Lucas: [00:28:13] very versatile vegetable.
[00:28:16] GB: [00:28:16] They were doing just shout outs, random shout outs, one episode. And Tommy said, I just want to shout out a salmon and zucchini and fried chicken to the oven 15.
[00:28:26] Hayden Dib: [00:28:26] I actually had, I actually had the Keynesian salmon, like yesterday for lunch,
[00:28:30] GB: [00:28:30] really shout out to
[00:28:33] Hayden Dib: [00:28:33] Shut up.
[00:28:36] Mr. 97: [00:28:36] All right. The last one, I'm a big cat kind of guy.
[00:28:42] Jess Lucas: [00:28:42] Josh, Josh, Josh, Josh,
[00:28:45] GB: [00:28:45] Josh. So I'll take it. I'm a big that kind of guy. Cat cat kind of guy. Sure. Yeah. That was interesting. Loves to tiger King. Yeah, he loves exotic animals.
[00:28:59] Jess Lucas: [00:28:59] He [00:29:00] likes
[00:29:05] GB: [00:29:05] Yeah. He liked it. I'm pretty sure he got around it. We are talking was so long ago. It was, I can't believe that it was this year. Yeah. It was the first thing Mason and I watched together actually.
[00:29:19] Mr. 97: [00:29:19] Very cute. Yeah.
[00:29:21] GB: [00:29:21] Did you watch it on? Oh, actually together in the same room
[00:29:25] Hayden Dib: [00:29:25] virtually what's cute of them watching a homosexual target Wrangler who you sleeping with two
[00:29:31] GB: [00:29:31] Stripe.
[00:29:34] How did that work? Did you guys go, we're going to watch, was it, or was it a marathon
[00:29:39] Hayden Dib: [00:29:39] video chat together? What's going
[00:29:42] GB: [00:29:42] on? But it was ever in, everyone was watching it, so we decided to watch it. And then, yeah, we would just, um, we were just like, Oh, just watch a couple of episodes. I think we've watched like three, one the first night and then did a few others the other night.
[00:29:56] I never want to FaceTime.
[00:29:58] Mr. 97: [00:29:58] That would have been out during
[00:29:59] GB: [00:29:59] it.
[00:30:00] [00:29:59] Mr. 97: [00:29:59] That would have been a first or maybe a second FaceTime that we did that.
[00:30:03] GB: [00:30:03] Yeah, really? Yeah. And then we come up, which was like a bit of a red flag, like yeah. Mesa blink at the
[00:30:10] Hayden Dib: [00:30:10] grace red flag,
[00:30:11] GB: [00:30:11] counter, smiling, getting abused or something.
[00:30:13] Jess Lucas: [00:30:13] Mason was like, she, Carol Baskin killed her husband and was like, no, she didn't
[00:30:21] Hayden Dib: [00:30:21] wait, wait, wait.
[00:30:22] This is a good question. Do you think Carol Baskin killed her husband?
[00:30:27] GB: [00:30:27] Oh, it
[00:30:28] Hayden Dib: [00:30:28] took too long. Great. Yeah,
[00:30:30] GB: [00:30:30] we kind of both a,
[00:30:32] Hayden Dib: [00:30:32] all the way now, their way now.
[00:30:36] GB: [00:30:36] That's cute. That's so cute. At the moment we were both like, yeah, we both kind of think that she did kill her husband, but then
[00:30:47] Jess Lucas: [00:30:47] you're very good Christians,
[00:30:49] Hayden Dib: [00:30:49] Carole Baskin
[00:30:50] GB: [00:30:50] bitch. Oh my God. We need to record that as a living plant, as a soundbite, that was like a
[00:31:01] [00:31:00] Hayden Dib: [00:31:01] head in a jar
[00:31:02] GB: [00:31:02] bitch. Is he still in jail? He'll be there for a while. How long?
[00:31:07] Jess Lucas: [00:31:07] A long time
[00:31:09] Mr. 97: [00:31:09] cashed up from that Docker though. And he got
[00:31:11] Hayden Dib: [00:31:11] cash from that.
[00:31:12] Jess Lucas: [00:31:12] He had a lot of debt though, to pay off.
[00:31:14] Mr. 97: [00:31:14] Yeah, that's true.
[00:31:17] Jess Lucas: [00:31:17] I believe that Carol ended up with all of his tigers
[00:31:21] GB: [00:31:21] dancing with the stars. Fucking crazy. That is bizarre. I'm watching Carol Baskin sandbox dance
[00:31:30] Hayden Dib: [00:31:30] to the first song.
[00:31:33] GB: [00:31:33] I have the timeline.
[00:31:36] Mr. 97: [00:31:36] You know what else? I'm actually just looking at Carol Baskin, Sam and it's. Um,
[00:31:41] GB: [00:31:41] uh,
[00:31:42] Mr. 97: [00:31:42] no, no, no. What's the, um, Oh no, this is not good.
[00:31:45] It's the, um,
[00:31:46] GB: [00:31:46] uh, uh,
[00:31:49] Jess Lucas: [00:31:49] Simba lion King circle of life.
[00:31:51] Mr. 97: [00:31:51] Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yes.
[00:31:57] Hayden Dib: [00:31:57] Can we
[00:31:57] Mr. 97: [00:31:57] do something as a tiger as well?
[00:32:00] [00:32:00] Hayden Dib: [00:32:00] Can we do something collectively?
[00:32:02] GB: [00:32:02] Okay.
[00:32:03] Hayden Dib: [00:32:03] Can we all chip in to get Carole Baskin on cameo to shout out the daily
[00:32:08] GB: [00:32:08] talk show? Yes.
[00:32:13] Hayden Dib: [00:32:13] Yeah. How much, how much does she
[00:32:15] GB: [00:32:15] cost? Oh, she'd be 800 Oregon. Oh,
[00:32:21] Hayden Dib: [00:32:21] she's that much
[00:32:21] Mr. 97: [00:32:21] to chat. It says 1999 to request, what does your quest mean?
[00:32:26] GB: [00:32:26] Get a video. I'm pretty sure.
[00:32:27] Mr. 97: [00:32:27] A hundred bucks,
[00:32:31] Hayden Dib: [00:32:31] 300 bucks. If we all put like 50 bucks in 60 bucks, I think it'd be well with
[00:32:35] GB: [00:32:35] it. We just need one more person to put 50 bucks in it and that's 300.
[00:32:39] Great. Is this UX day nice? Or
[00:32:43] Hayden Dib: [00:32:43] you can just get up and. And then I can be like, Hey,
[00:32:48] GB: [00:32:48] cats and kittens,
[00:32:54] Hayden Dib: [00:32:54] a hundred dollars. She's 500 bucks.
[00:32:57] Mr. 97: [00:32:57] Why is it 500 when you convert to AUD?
[00:33:00] [00:33:00] Hayden Dib: [00:33:00] Yeah, it's 500 bucks, but it's $30. To get her to message. So what if we just got like a random hurdle, like send a message in the middle of it then? Yeah. I don't know what it is. I think it's just a
[00:33:12] Jess Lucas: [00:33:12] voice message would be kind of cool.
[00:33:13] 20 bucks
[00:33:14] Mr. 97: [00:33:14] for a damn is that righteous
[00:33:16] Hayden Dib: [00:33:16] $30 for a dam.
[00:33:17] Jess Lucas: [00:33:17] You should set up an account.
[00:33:20] Hayden Dib: [00:33:20] May
[00:33:21] Jess Lucas: [00:33:21] Baskin.
[00:33:23] Hayden Dib: [00:33:23] If I set up a cameo, will you guys pay to have me? Um,
[00:33:27] Mr. 97: [00:33:27] Are you in? Is that what you're doing? Huh? Are you going to impersonate? Is that what you're going to do?
[00:33:32] Hayden Dib: [00:33:32] No, I'll just be myself.
[00:33:34] GB: [00:33:34] How much should we charge?
[00:33:35] Hayden Dib: [00:33:35] I can, I'm sitting in the back, like the $15 to about $35 Mark for a video and then the five to 10 for a day.
[00:33:44] Yeah. 10 bucks
[00:33:46] GB: [00:33:46] for a day. Maybe I can make some money.
[00:33:50] Mr. 97: [00:33:50] Yes,
[00:33:52] GB: [00:33:52] you are famous. Now.
[00:33:55] Hayden Dib: [00:33:55] Does tele have cameo?
[00:33:57] GB: [00:33:57] That's a good point. I
[00:33:58] Jess Lucas: [00:33:58] don't even know what come here, EAs. [00:34:00] I actually don't know what you guys talking about. Sounds great.
[00:34:05] Hayden Dib: [00:34:05] Did everyone actually see that? Like while we were having this discussion, she just was like, zoned out,
[00:34:09] GB: [00:34:09] look, she's doing emails.
[00:34:11] Hayden Dib: [00:34:11] Yeah.
[00:34:14] Jess Lucas: [00:34:14] I'm not doing literally looking at Carol Bass,
[00:34:18] GB: [00:34:18] kale, cameo cameo. Jess is a, um, it's a site where you can like pay famous people to do shout outs, basically.
[00:34:25] Hayden Dib: [00:34:25] I know, I know one of Joe's songs from target King bullshit on guitar
[00:34:32] GB: [00:34:32] on guitar.
[00:34:33] Hayden Dib: [00:34:33] Yeah. I know how to play it.
[00:34:35] Jess Lucas: [00:34:35] I'd pay $35 for
[00:34:36] Mr. 97: [00:34:36] that. Can you play it for us?
[00:34:37] Hayden Dib: [00:34:37] I can just let me, I've just, I haven't played in the wall, so I'm just going to like, um, I'm going to find the, the track,
[00:34:45] GB: [00:34:45] the track. Are we going to get taken down?
[00:34:48] Hayden Dib: [00:34:48] No, no, you wait, you take it down.
[00:34:49] Mr. 97: [00:34:49] That's Kevin
[00:34:50] GB: [00:34:50] canceled. That's a
[00:34:51] Hayden Dib: [00:34:51] couple. What is it called? It's called Sora tiger.
[00:34:54] Mr. 97: [00:34:54] That's what it's I saw tiger.
[00:34:56] GB: [00:34:56] I'll start with Taga.
[00:35:00] [00:34:59] Jess Lucas: [00:34:59] Ooh,
[00:35:00] GB: [00:35:00] Jess duet.
[00:35:01] Hayden Dib: [00:35:01] Oh. Oh,
[00:35:02] GB: [00:35:02] how many?
[00:35:04] Hayden Dib: [00:35:04] Like, wait I'm here. It's
[00:35:06] Jess Lucas: [00:35:06] cool.
[00:35:07] Mr. 97: [00:35:07] Here we go. Just getting used to guitar
[00:35:12] GB: [00:35:12] right here we go.
[00:35:13] Jess Lucas: [00:35:13] Hey this money, but isn't
[00:35:16] GB: [00:35:16] the daily tortures on there. Aren't they? Well, they were there for a bit.
[00:35:21] Hayden Dib: [00:35:21] It was phrased interview. Didn't they interview someone who worked at
[00:35:24] GB: [00:35:24] yeah. The cheek from Kevin, Ryan, John actually set them up with a cameo, but it was afraid. So you could get free shout outs.
[00:35:31] I think that just like, this is bullshit. All right, here we go.
[00:35:37] Hayden Dib: [00:35:37] Tell all
[00:35:38] GB: [00:35:38] the hunters.
[00:35:40] Hayden Dib: [00:35:40] Uh, lay down their guns, tell them that the tagger needs little bit of
[00:35:48] GB: [00:35:48] love.
[00:35:50] Hayden Dib: [00:35:50] Let them roam the jungle. Let them roam their
[00:35:54] GB: [00:35:54] lands,
[00:35:56] Hayden Dib: [00:35:56] stand back and Marvel. Ooh, [00:36:00] what a beautiful,
[00:36:01] GB: [00:36:01] okay.
[00:36:06] now I'm
[00:36:07] Hayden Dib: [00:36:07] the stay. And I saw a tag and the tag is sore. A man.
[00:36:20] GB: [00:36:20] I didn't leave everybody.
[00:36:27] Yeah, you do love country music. We talked about it. I love, I,
[00:36:30] Hayden Dib: [00:36:30] I like you. You have no idea how. Like much. I listen to country music. Like it's it scares people.
[00:36:40] It's beautiful. Morgan Wallen, chick Morgan Morgan. Yeah. Seven summers bitter. Chris Stapleton. Beautiful. Um, we've got, we've got, uh, Luke Combs. There's my boy. There's my boy right there.
[00:36:55] GB: [00:36:55] But you actually know Luke Combs
[00:36:56] Hayden Dib: [00:36:56] personally. There's my boy, man. We, we, we, we, uh, we [00:37:00] out in our bank drinking cold, be relaxed and stuff.
[00:37:03] GB: [00:37:03] You sound like Billy Ray Cyrus, real country voice loved it. Loved it. Haydn. Thanks. You're a creative guy. I am. Um, did you guys know? So this next bit that I wanted to play is actually from throwback to episode 19. Uh, and Josh is a creative guy, as we know. And he talks about when he hasn't spoken about it for a while, but remember when he was going to write a memoir and write a book, he was wanting to write a book about creativity and getting over creative blocks.
[00:37:41] And each page was going to be a different strategy of generating ideas, basically. Yeah. And, uh, and so. He wrote a little bit. And this is from episode 19. He got Tommy to read out a little bit,
[00:37:56] Hayden Dib: [00:37:56] read it
[00:37:56] GB: [00:37:56] as if you are on audible. So I want you to say, make more [00:38:00] stuff written by Josh Janssen. This is audible random house audio presents.
[00:38:07] Who's that more stuff. Written by Josh Janssen
[00:38:11] Hayden Dib: [00:38:11] spoken
[00:38:11] GB: [00:38:11] by Tommy jacket. What are you waiting for? The stars to align the perfect opportunity, maybe the perfect friend to collaborate with the right weather,
[00:38:23] Mr. 97: [00:38:23] the right mood,
[00:38:24] GB: [00:38:24] or just the right idea. What if you stopped waiting, what if you sit out to make more stuff?
[00:38:32] Not perfect stuff or good stuff? Just stuff. Maybe you think there's enough stuff already in the world, and if you're going to make stuff, it better be the best stuff out there. Yeah. That's enough.
[00:38:50] I loved it. That's just about putting stuff out there. So
[00:38:53] Hayden Dib: [00:38:53] put stuff out there.
[00:38:54] GB: [00:38:54] Exactly. So what are some ways that we could, uh, You know, what are some ways that you get through [00:39:00] a block in a day? I mean, not a lot of people say that creative blocks don't exist, but if you're struggling to think of ideas, like what's, what does, can we help Josh, uh, finish this book by giving him some.
[00:39:12] Some pages.
[00:39:14] Hayden Dib: [00:39:14] I think that I don't think creative block is not a thing, but I think it's, it's the state. It's like the mental state that you put yourself in and the best way to get yourself out of a creative, like funk is to move your location. You're in talk to new people. I gather different avenues of inspiration, whether that's like, so if you're always on Instagram, maybe don't go on Instagram, maybe go on YouTube.
[00:39:39] If you're always on YouTube check Vimeo, there's like, what you need to do is, is the reason we can't be creative is we get so comfortable in our lane and we start to do things repetitively, but the second you step out of your line and you stop. Yeah. Stepping out of your comfort zone. That's when new avenues of inspiration hit you and you can start to be creative again.
[00:40:00] [00:40:00] GB: [00:40:00] Yeah, totally. I completely agree. You, you always say that you're not creative, but I reckon you are extremely creative. Do you think that you've gotten more creative since, you know, doing this stuff? Cause I think you're, you're great at generating ideas and like just everything that the process is a creative thing to do.
[00:40:20] Um, like creativity, isn't just. Like art, you know, literally it's I think you did everything. I think you're very creative.
[00:40:30] Mr. 97: [00:40:30] Yeah. Well, I think it's, it's probably, cause I, I thought about it. In the way, like, you know, art and stuff. And so like my brother, Sam, like he's, he's quite like artistic. He did like drawing and he had to be creative with like that and architecture.
[00:40:46] And then you look at like, even just like the art that you did for scraping the barrel, like coming up with that link and making the connection with, you know, better days. And, and then doing that, like, I. [00:41:00] Yeah, I dunno. I, I wouldn't have the creativity to do that. I would need like more prompts to make the connection or at least,
[00:41:07] GB: [00:41:07] uh,
[00:41:08] Mr. 97: [00:41:08] something to help me along
[00:41:09] GB: [00:41:09] way, actually, to be honest.
[00:41:13] Hayden Dib: [00:41:13] Yeah. I think it's, we, I think we, we need to change the way we define how we create. Cause it's like creating something isn't about like a physical thing or anything tangible. It's like, even a thought can be like, even a thought process can be creative, even like. You know, cleaning your room and placing something in a new spot and stuff like that.
[00:41:30] That, that is creativity. So like, I think when we talk about. Being creative. It doesn't always have to be a tangible, or like you said, George, like art, like, you know, mace is, you're really good with tech. And, and I think when you work out problems that have to do with like, I dunno, certain wires that you need and certain equipment that's, that's a creative process in itself.
[00:41:55] So it's like the way we define creativity needs to change a little bit.
[00:42:00] [00:41:59] GB: [00:41:59] Yeah. And it's like BMC and all the podcasts that we produce. Like we have the best processes, like better than all the big names. Like, you know, the stuff that we do, the way that we're able to find snippets and, you know, create these little, little bits, you know, like he
[00:42:19] Hayden Dib: [00:42:19] created a process.
[00:42:21] GB: [00:42:21] It's a process that created a mess in his brain. Yeah. He's been key in creating that process and it just makes everything so much easier. It's not like the finished product. Isn't. It, it would take weeks and weeks if we didn't have these processes in place. Exactly. And, um, and like he said, he didn't like that using the better days, example that didn't come.
[00:42:41] Just, I didn't think of that. It was like just browsing YouTube and think, Oh, I hate like to paint Mary, it'd be funny to do something. And then finding that song and then like, Oh, it kind of works. It's kind of funny. So it's like, it's like getting inspiration from all sorts of places.
[00:42:55] Hayden Dib: [00:42:55] It's also like placing, placing and not placing things in your way.
[00:42:58] Yeah. That get in the way [00:43:00] of you creating. So if you can find easier ways to do things in easier ways to create things that enables you to be more creative and come up with new ideas, because the second you start putting roadblocks, or, and this is why we get into creative blocks, because we tell ourselves we can't do something because of something else, like what Josh was saying, like you waiting for the perfect weather, you're waiting for the right person.
[00:43:21] It's like, all of these things are just things we tell ourselves. So we don't create. Definitely
[00:43:26] GB: [00:43:26] Tommy talks about a lot as well. It's like you hear people that I can't go out and film this thing until I've got the or whatever it's like, okay, well then buy it. If that's what you, if that's the thing that's stopping you buy it, or is it really that?
[00:43:42] Or is it, can you go and film it on your phone? Like. Yeah, people are on YouTube. If I'm making coin just from like filming random shit on their phone.
[00:43:51] Hayden Dib: [00:43:51] Well, look at tick tock, tick tock is like, I was very against tick-tock at the start, but when I got onto it and I watched it and really dived into it V [00:44:00] first of all, the amount of creativity that's packed into that app is, is insane.
[00:44:05] But also all the things that people have learnt. And, and taught themselves just to create content because they're like, Oh, I can see someone else's dancing. I'm going to learn how to dance now. And it's like, people are literally teaching themselves things that they wouldn't have RA they wouldn't have done beforehand to create content for, for everyone.
[00:44:25] So I think it's, it's just an interesting, like, especially that George is like, when people. Especially like the filmmaker community, like everyone, like, especially when I was starting out, like, I can't do this until I have these basic year and I can't do that until I have these. It's like, no, you're actually equipped now more than ever to create.
[00:44:45] And literally you can do it. You can do everything with just like what's in your pocket.
[00:44:50] GB: [00:44:50] Everyone goes through it. But yeah, it's the making more stuff, you know, I love that. But so during covert, you did a thing where you put up your [00:45:00] camera for. Someone to, um, to borrow, how did that go? Can you explain what, what that was?
[00:45:06] Hayden Dib: [00:45:06] My plan was, is I'd kind of been, um, I've got a few cameras and one of them was just kind of sitting on the shelf and I was like, it's not being used if I sell it, I'm not going to get that much money for it. So how could I kind of pay it forward? So I put out a post on Instagram and I said, anyone who's an up and coming photographer.
[00:45:26] Anyone who needs to help, like help supporting them like a small business and needs photos. The camera's available to you for a month and you get the full, like, I'll help you teach you how to use it, all of that good stuff. So it was just a way of me going, I wanted to enable those people, the people who will sit there and go, I can't do this until I have that.
[00:45:49] I was like, okay, well, I'm going to give you that for free. So it proved to me that. That, that was what you actually needed to get something done. Um, and I gave it to a friend of mine who [00:46:00] runs a little podcast with, um, with her friend and it's been interesting talking to them and, and like, I think once they got the camera, they realized that it actually wasn't a material thing that they needed.
[00:46:13] It was, it was that extra bit of, um, confidence to, to start to make things for themselves.
[00:46:21] GB: [00:46:21] Yeah, that's it. Isn't it it's like, that's all it is. And it's getting thrown into the deep end, kind of just being like put it out. And I was listening to Pete Shepherd's, um, show the other day about shipping and they basically said, they're talking about the idea of like your, once you ship something, if you're standing on the dock, uh, And the ship leaves, the dock it's gone and it's gonna kind of off to land somewhere else and land in someone else's hand or whatever.
[00:46:55] And it's kind of like fraying to think of that. Like, I feel that when you, [00:47:00] when you put something out into the world it's gone, does that detach yourself? Yeah.
[00:47:06] Hayden Dib: [00:47:06] As long as yours, it's like what we do with when, when a film gets released or when, when a piece of art gets shown for the first time that, that piece.
[00:47:14] Of you and what you've put into it. It's no longer yours anymore. It's become the audience you've made it for. And that's a big thing that musicians struggle with because when they're trying to make music for themselves and they're trying to make music for their fans, What happens is he's either one when they put it out, people are like, Oh, I don't like this.
[00:47:32] I don't like that. It's like, yeah, because it's like, it's this now it's this to like, or not like, um, and, and musicians like, and all artists kind of struggle with that. It's like having feedback that isn't what you thought of your own work and what you thought of yourself is, is a very hard thing to take on as a creative, because so much of you is put into that work.
[00:47:53] GB: [00:47:53] Yeah. Have you seen the, um, there's a, there's a show on Netflix called, uh, Sony exploiter.
[00:48:00] [00:48:00] Hayden Dib: [00:48:00] Not
[00:48:00] GB: [00:48:00] that it's from a podcast. I think it started as a podcast. You'd love it. It's like, there's a few songs on there. I think it's four episodes. So each episode is a song and, um, and they go through like the making of it, the meaning of it kind of, and was the REM song.
[00:48:17] Mr. 97: [00:48:17] everybody hurts
[00:48:19] GB: [00:48:19] and, uh, um, the other one. The other one
[00:48:24] Hayden Dib: [00:48:24] I'm thinking of it at the moment
[00:48:26] GB: [00:48:26] very quickly.
[00:48:28] Mr. 97: [00:48:28] If you like on the, like, waiting for the gear and needing that to be the thing that gets you starting,
[00:48:37] GB: [00:48:37] how.
[00:48:39] Mr. 97: [00:48:39] How do you sort of go about like measuring your value or knowing your worth? Because it's like without that gig and nothing, right?
[00:48:47] Like you, don't, you think of yourself as nothing. And as soon as you get that camera, you're just like, well, I can start charging X amount now because I've got the gear.
[00:48:55] Hayden Dib: [00:48:55] Well, there's two sides to that is because like, there's a lot of people in this industry [00:49:00] who maybe have the money and they buy stuff and then they just go, okay, this is what I'm worth now, but they haven't earned.
[00:49:07] They haven't earned the time with that equipment. Like equipment. Yes. Can get you paid. And I wouldn't be sitting here today if it wasn't for some of my equipment that I own. And, and the, and it's investing in myself. And equipping myself the best way I can to do the best job that I can. But when you spend money on equipment that you know that you don't need, but you want that's when it that's, when it diminishes, uh, your creative integrity and you start to not like, uh, that's when I don't think that, like you can see it straight away when someone goes, Oh, I'm going to charge $900 a day because I own a red camera.
[00:49:42] And that's like, well, can I see some of your work? Can I see stuff that you shot on that it's like, I don't give a fuck that you aren't a red camera,
[00:49:50] GB: [00:49:50] someone with an old cannon, you know, that's a good shooter. He's been in the business for so long. Exactly. But also the red,
[00:49:58] Hayden Dib: [00:49:58] but also if you own a [00:50:00] camera, but I know that like, for instance, like the C 200, for instance, when I was looking at buying cameras, I was going to buy a red and I was looking at all these cameras that were like super fucking cinematic.
[00:50:09] But what it came down to at the end of it was like, what do I actually need to get my job done? What is it that I need to be able to please the clients that I have, and, and. And move forward and advance instead of getting a toy, basically, which is, that's what it is for most people. Like if you want to use something like that, you just rent it the job.
[00:50:30] So I was having this discussion with, I was actually having this discussion with Campbell and talking about the next steps that he was, I'm gonna make in his career as, as a filmmaker. And I said to him, I go get the equipment you want, get the equipment and you need to equip yourself to do the work that you want to do.
[00:50:47] So, and it's, and it's a, it's a hot thing that you struggle with, especially when you're early on in your career, because you sit there and you go, Oh, everyone with these cameras is doing the coolest stuff. And it's like, [00:51:00] yeah, but you didn't see everything that they owned and did before that. It's like a lot of these people have taken time and spent a lot of money.
[00:51:08] To get to where they are. Some people cheat, some people just go out and buy it and you can see that straightaway. You can see straight through that work. So it really comes down to what you need and what you need to get the job done.
[00:51:21] GB: [00:51:21] Yeah. Uh, losing my religion was the song,
[00:51:27] but it was the idea of like, they, they wrote this song. We had song definitely. You know, it shouldn't have been the number, the first song to come on the album. Because it started with like a mandolin and it's like a rock and roll band didn't really have a chorus. It just kind of had a few verses that was similar.
[00:51:44] And then once it was out there, like every different country or area took the meaning differently. And so they're playing it in the UK and the people have gone nuts, but that it's actually not what the, [00:52:00] the writer. It's thought it was about, and even the other band members, they didn't even really know what it was about.
[00:52:06] They're like, yeah, I've got a feeling, but not going to ask him. Yeah. It's it's
[00:52:10] Hayden Dib: [00:52:10] like, um, it was like Jackson Pollock when he had that wa I think it was like a white canvas and then it had like a single red dot and for like a year. People were like, Oh, the dot represents him and, and the world. And then Jackson, Pollack walked up to the painting, goes, Oh no, that's, that's a scratch.
[00:52:29] Just kinda like, was like, Oh, that was bias accident. I'm in a giant studio with lots of paint and it's a giant white canvas. Like it was a mistake, but this whole time people are sitting there going like at the end, this isn't, the art is a very interesting, um, like. Interesting area because it's very classist and it's like, the way that we look at art is like, Oh, if you don't understand it, you'll not worthy of it.
[00:52:54] And it's like, so there's, there's a whole class of system built around. Stuff [00:53:00] like that. And people who, who equate feelings to, to art and don't really have to explain themselves, and then we take it as gospel.
[00:53:11] GB: [00:53:11] So just on like what you're worth and stuff, just, how do you, what's some language that a young freelancers can, can use when they're selling in their, their quotes to, um, to, to clients because.
[00:53:24] I haven't changed my right for like five years. Cause I hate charging charging people. It's like the worst part of the job around here. Yeah. It's so annoying. And it's
[00:53:35] Mr. 97: [00:53:35] yeah, it's an agency thing, right? Like it's, if you, if you think about the, the impression or the. The vibe that you're giving off coming from, like an agency can charge so much more than a single freelancer.
[00:53:48] Right. Cause you've got all this stuff to back it up. What do you do when you're just like this one person and you don't really have this whole thing to show for it?
[00:53:58] Jess Lucas: [00:53:58] Yeah. I think I'm [00:54:00] hydros. I don't know about you, but when I was doing my freelance rights, I got my. Average day rate. Plus you add a bit because you need to account for public holidays and not having, um, holiday pay and sick leave and that kind of stuff.
[00:54:13] So you need to kind of front load, um, a lot of that when you, when you're quoting for freelance, but, um, I think it's about knowing your worth. And I think it's about knowing what your absolute minimum would be and then, um, and then charging accordingly.
[00:54:31] Hayden Dib: [00:54:31] Yeah, we did. Yeah. I'm freelance. It was like, it is a really hard thing to sit there and go, what am I worth and is what I think I'm worth, what everyone else thinks somewhat, because you're going to find that out very quickly.
[00:54:46] GB: [00:54:46] It's so surprising all the time, because sometimes you'll like, Jeez, this, this is a big step up. I'm feeling a little bit weird about sending this off and then they just go. Yeah. Cool. So, yeah. Is that, is that what I should be doing? Or then other [00:55:00] times it's like, I don't know that like, eh, drinking, you can shop in the pencil limit on that, and then you go, Oh, that's annoying.
[00:55:07] Jess Lucas: [00:55:07] That's the key. I think GV is that I think you, if you know your worth and then they can't afford you, then it's like, do you really want to work with someone who's going to cut you down a little bit. Yeah.
[00:55:17] Hayden Dib: [00:55:17] And it's like, there's nothing wrong with going, like, uh, it's like a, it's like a classic sales technique.
[00:55:23] It's like when you price something at a hundred dollars and then you put it on sale for 60. And then Yvonne's buying it for 60. It's like, yeah. But it's like, it was a hundred bucks anyway. Yeah. It's like, we're just like kind of tricking you into spending what we like originally. I thought it was going to sell for.
[00:55:39] So like when a client comes back to you and goes, Hey, I don't really have the budget. It's like, that's, that's fine. It's like, you, you make that call. It's like, can I, can I do the amount of work they're asking me to do for the price that they want? Hmm. And is it going to be worth my time? Because every time they chip away from your, your rate, you need to start thinking, okay, if I'm spending [00:56:00] more time and getting paid less, what do I get out of this?
[00:56:03] Like, yeah. And this is where like doing free work is like a big thing for everyone. It's like, I don't do work for free. It's like, you should do it for free. We shouldn't have to do work for free that benefit to you. And, and, and, and the outcome of that project has something in it for you as well. Yeah, I
[00:56:18] Jess Lucas: [00:56:18] think Jay Bay as well, and everyone was talking about your career specifically.
[00:56:22] GB: [00:56:22] Okay. I'm interested.
[00:56:26] Jess Lucas: [00:56:26] Hate us as well. I think video work like cinematography stuff is so tangible that you can. You can actually say what you're paying for. I think I've always found it difficult with any freelance job that I've ever done, because it's like, my job never ends. Like I could keep going and it's like, I can also put in a lot of effort and had seen her results for PR because you'd never guaranteed a result.
[00:56:49] Whereas videography editing, um, I like events management. It's like, you kind of do you do your job and you can see the results and you've [00:57:00] paid for that. Whereas like some industries are a little bit like if you can salting, for example, it's like, yeah,
[00:57:05] Hayden Dib: [00:57:05] it's so subjective. That's the other thing it's so subjective with our work.
[00:57:09] It's like, we can, you know, you're only. You're only as good as your last project. And it's like, so if that's what you're quoting off, it's hard to be like, especially when you start to move up, it's like, Jay, Jamie, you've, you know, this is like, when you send off that like $5,000 quote, cause you like, know it's a lot of work and you know, you're going to kill this one, but you've never charged that much before.
[00:57:32] You're like, this is the next step for me. And it's like, if I get this accepted, that's when like, That's when it that's when a competence thing kind of kicks in,
[00:57:40] GB: [00:57:40] it's the only way to improve is good. And talking about this, it's like, yeah, you can't do more work because there's not enough hours in the day.
[00:57:47] You can't just keep getting, you know, just packing your day full of stuff. You need to have less clients, but better clients like you need to just have really hot, well paid, well paying clients [00:58:00] that expect a lot out of you. Because otherwise, how are you going to improve? If you just keep doing like this, staying on this level with these kind of shitty clients.
[00:58:07] Hayden Dib: [00:58:07] We also, I don't know why a bit, like for some reason, and especially in our industry, we're so afraid of hurting. Client's feelings. Yes. With, with
[00:58:16] GB: [00:58:16] quotes. It's like these people
[00:58:17] Hayden Dib: [00:58:17] don't give a fuck about us. They want to, they want us for as cheap as they could possibly get yet. We're like, Oh, but like, you know, it's like, this is how much it's like, you know what?
[00:58:26] This is how much I cost, you know, I can fuck off like that's. And it's like companies who respect that and respect you going, this is how much I cost. And then if they go, can we do a little bit less? You're like, Just so, you know, that's what I cost. I'll do it for this time, this amount, this time, but never again, it's like, you just need to be so upfront with clients.
[00:58:47] And that's, that's the hardest thing to do when you move into that freelance work, because you're so afraid of hurting their feelings and their bank accounts, like, fuck, you're doing work for them.
[00:58:56] GB: [00:58:56] That's a good point. Yeah. The other thing is like, if you're, if you've had a client for so [00:59:00] long, like say I had a client for like four years, how do you up your rate?
[00:59:04] Because you know that when four years ago you were pretty shit.
[00:59:09] Hayden Dib: [00:59:09] By the way
[00:59:10] GB: [00:59:10] I've actually gotten a fair bit better and I've got better gear.
[00:59:14] Jess Lucas: [00:59:14] I think it's, yeah. It's also, um, the time that we're living in. Yeah. It's also like, um, cost of living and that kind of thing. Yeah. I think it's just a, Hey, I've actually reviewed my prices for this year.
[00:59:26] Um, financial year, year 21, whatever it is. Um, this is my, my new rates just sort of pass it on. That's
[00:59:34] Hayden Dib: [00:59:34] a good little trick to like, get a little bit more money is like what I've started to do because I've moved more into directing and I'm, and I'm working with, with teams now. And crews, what I will do is I don't sell in myself.
[00:59:47] I sell in, may end up those people. So if I was coming in to pitch. To you to, to UGB. I would be like, I've got Jess on as a producer, I've got Mason as my tech. Like these are the people I come with. So you're not just paying for me. [01:00:00] You're paying for a group of super fucking talented people. And it's how you sell yourself and how you sell the people that you're coming with.
[01:00:06] And I've had to do that so many times. And it is hard sometimes when clients are like, Oh, but why can't you just do it yourself? And I was like, okay, well, if you pay me the price of doing video and audio, I can do both, but I can only do both halfway. Yeah. If you pay me my amount and you pay an audio guy, we can both focus on what we need to do and we can get you the best quality product.
[01:00:30] So that's what happens when I think a lot of people, um, like they underestimate themselves and they go, Oh, I've got to kind of do everything. So therefore I'm not as like, I'm not going to be at the top of my game with everything. So I should charge less. And it's like, that's not how it works. You need to charge.
[01:00:47] Uh, the amount that you should be charging. So next time you can go, okay. Maybe I can sacrifice a little bit of money now to have that next person on board.
[01:00:57] GB: [01:00:57] Yeah, that's great advice. All right, Hayden dude. [01:01:00] Thank you so much for joining us today, you for bringing the energy back up. Cause it was
[01:01:05] Mr. 97: [01:01:05] nah, I love it.
[01:01:06] GB: [01:01:06] All right. Yeah. Thank you everyone. Get on the beers. It's Wednesday. We are open. Try and book in for the, for the pub over the next few weeks and, uh, get a pump or a haircut.
[01:01:18] Hayden Dib: [01:01:18] Good. When's the daily talk, show drinks happening.
[01:01:21] GB: [01:01:21] Yeah. The Friday night drinks and Tessa. Yeah. Mason's birthday actually is coming up.
[01:01:28] We didn't even talk about it. Nathan, your birthday boy, episode 900. We'll do a big, do a big breakup next week. Hayden dude on Instagram.
[01:01:38] Hayden Dib: [01:01:38] Yes. That's it.
[01:01:39] GB: [01:01:39] And have that replay on Instagram as well. grace.paris on Instagram, grace on the school parents
[01:01:51] Mr. 97: [01:01:51] underscore Jessica got two underscores.
[01:01:54] GB: [01:01:54] Really? That's what it means.
[01:01:55] Jess Lucas: [01:01:55] Cause I used to have. Yes, we
[01:01:59] Mr. 97: [01:01:59] used [01:02:00] to have it.
[01:02:00] Jess Lucas: [01:02:00] Yeah. Do you want to know what happened?
[01:02:02] Mr. 97: [01:02:02] Yeah.
[01:02:04] Hayden Dib: [01:02:04] Oh, sorry. We don't have time. See you guys next week.
[01:02:07] GB: [01:02:07] Big energy, but that's okay.
[01:02:11] Jess Lucas: [01:02:11] No, what happened? So I was doing a uni assignment. I was like, this is before I knew how to use like Photoshop and things like that.
[01:02:17] And I was like, Oh, I'll just quickly change my name. Take a screenshot, upload the photo that I need. And then I'll change it back. As soon as I did it, I went to change it back. And it was gone.
[01:02:28] GB: [01:02:28] You changed your name? It says you can have it. We'll hold it for 14 days. Yep.
[01:02:32] Mr. 97: [01:02:32] Oh really? I didn't know that.
[01:02:35] GB: [01:02:35] Well, it says in most cases you can get it back.
[01:02:37] So I don't know if that's what that means.
[01:02:40] Jess Lucas: [01:02:40] Getting me my neighbor.
[01:02:42] Mr. 97: [01:02:42] I don't think you're getting that back.
[01:02:43] GB: [01:02:43] No, no easier. Yeah. See you next week, guys.