Paris Humphrey & Nan/
- July 14, 2020
Paris Humphrey joins us for Hump Day Replay! We chat about our failed Spotify prank on Josh, producing Epic Tales for Jase & PJ, Paris goes head to head with Nan on a Toowoomba quiz and we do a live Tarot Card reading!
On this episode of Hump Day Replay:
– Mario Kart
– Jase Hawkins inviting us to golf (Episode 770)
– Flaky Jase
– Spotify Prank fail (Episode 786)
– How the phone call would have gone if Josh answered (Featuring Rhys Mitchell)
– Paris on Fat Fridays (Episode 615)
– Being vegetarian
– What keeps Paris up at night?
– Producing Epic Tales
– Ideas for Episode 800
– Toowoomba quiz with Nan
– How to get free food for Fat Fridays
– Pitching content ideas
– Paris’s Tarot Card experience
– Jess’s Tarot Card experience (Episode 784)
– A live Tarot Card reading
– Grace & Mr. 97 update
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That replay Georgie boy, this is a show about the show. It's a show about torture. And we're here with producer Jason AJ.
Welcome. Thanks for having me. And it's not to make it all about myself already. But when you said Hump Day replay, free Hump Day. Oh, thanks. I meant to be reading when I was in primary school. Everyone used to call me hump for free. So I think the hump is a trigger word.
That's hilarious. I'm not bitter about
IT guy. We were just talking about ear wax. Yeah, I just remember mom sent me down a packet the other day, and it was kind of like corkscrew looking things. And he literally she sort of inserted
Gramps, she bought it. She thought of me because I got the same thing. Luck days all the time. So you literally unscrew it. And it screws out all the wax. Oh, did it work? Well, yeah, it was. You could feel it like, oh yeah. So how much came out like a solid chunk. You should not do it for a while and then bringing corkscrewing do it on the show you can feel you could feel it, like getting less depth as it pulled out. Like it's pretty close. Oh, that's great. But then my girlfriend's like, Oh, just wash it and use it again. Yeah, yeah, surely
is made of like plastic flimsy, like, does it look like it's very usable? Yeah. Well, it came in a packet of like 50. Okay, it's kind of like little bits of plastic, so I would just throw it and throw it into the ocean.
So why is there such a stigma around earwax? Actually, I was thinking about that. It's not even gross. Like it's not snot. People are so judgmental of earwax. And even I like once I scraped my earwax out. If I like put it on a tissue or something. I'm disgusted. I'm horrified. Look, yeah, but it's like everybody
Have you seen colour? I mean it doesn't look right. Yeah, I mean, everyone's got it. Alright, Let's relax yellow. Oh, mine's not a yellow. Mine's dark. Oh my god. What's your, like? Medium colour attack a reddish brown? Sure. Okay, mine's probably like yellowy gold ish Brown. That's it. That's sort of odd. That sounds healthy. Yeah, that's that's the healthy one and then mines in between and then you're quiet. Yeah. Cuz I got really thin canals I reckon. Yeah, it just gets right in there. Really? It's so annoying. My girlfriend has a field day she's always had it does it for you. Yeah, she loves it reads the tissue. It's pretty gross. Wonder if psychics could read your ear wax instead of Taylor. I could get your ear wax out in case of the colour and the consistency in how it rubs on the paper. Oh, but see what I mean. It's gross. And I get it. You've just gotten back from survey break. What did you get into? I was in Adelaide. So which is bizarre because obviously we're in lockdown here in Victoria, but I've never changed my licence from a South
The Australian one so I can just head in there as I play sort of. So I got there on the Friday that we finished the show, like everyone went out for drinks and I was like, Nah, I'm gonna go home. I'm gonna go see people got there on the Friday, fully quarantined for 14 days, just that I could have one banger of a weekend. Now at the end of it, which I did and it was awesome. It was so good. Yeah, and I was like, hanging out with my boyfriend and I'm really good at Mario Kart like I've easily played over 200 hours this year was really sweet like I'm super into. It's like a problem. I mean, I was not into games and stuff like that. But ever since I got to switch I'm obsessed. But yeah, I just played Mario Kart the whole time do you use the switch how it's meant to be used like you actually get in the car? It new on not on Mario Kart I do it like I was playing Zelda Breath of the Wild if anybody's ever played that but I am. I would like pick it up and use it as a console then but most of the time I just use it on the TV screen. Oh, and I finish supermario Space Odyssey Odyssey when I was home
as well and I used it like, you love playing games. Well, I didn't think I embrace it the audit like I don't know I think maybe because I've got less of a life I've got more room to fill my life with things that I'm not supposed to be doing. So I'm like, oh game instead of workshop. I'll do it. I'll spend hours doing it. What's your character of choice for Mario on Mario Kart? I use like peaches rang a sister she's I don't know if it says stroking. You know, Daisy. She's got red hair, right? And it's like a baby version of her because you can have like baby versions of each character. Or there's the girl Toad with pink head with the white spot. But I'm character loyal. I think I watched Toy Story too much when I was younger, and I'm like, you will be sad if I don't pick you. So I I really rotate between the two. So whenever I'm playing Super Smash Bros. Kirby every time I ate the other players and then it looks like that. Yeah, you can eat them. You do the big. Up, up, up, roll over smash him. Yep.
And also it's very hard to die. Because if you get thrown off the edge, you can just go up like 20 times and get back on. Yeah, see, I thought about getting Smash Brothers for the switch to feed my addiction, but I feel like all I would do is just smash all the buttons and there'd be no rhyme or reason about it. So I thought and I'm not spending $90 on that money isn't 90 bucks again, the switch games are really expensive. I know. Especially when you buy one that you don't even like, like I bought one recently we just mentioned I'm getting off track but Luigi mansion and I spent $79 95 on it to play like two hours and then be like, no, not for me. This is just download like digital download. You can do that. I mean, a lot like a lot of people prefer to buy the physical games, but I couldn't be bothered and obviously I couldn't leave the house at that time. So download took 12 hours 12 hours. All that into it. Yeah.
My boyfriend's parents internet that like doesn't even work that well. And I knew that they were probably downstairs thinking like what's
right, yeah. But I didn't know.
Jace was on our show just before you guys wouldn't say that right? Yeah. And I'll play this snippet. This is from Episode 770. I think we make a golf day happen in that two week window. Wait guys aren't good FICO. So are they free dies good. That's work for now.
You're 27 Let's throw some dates around and I reckon we try and achieve it in that two week window. Jason virus or two golf. Yeah, that's a break. We never heard back. And I heard on your show that you guys are going off at him saying he's always inviting people to things. Yeah, he's always inviting paper things but obviously not attending them. He is a flake like before I started working for Jason PJ I obviously listen to the podcasts and stuff and I was like this is gonna be sick. Like Jase loves a night out. Obviously the rest of the team does but I was like, you know, Jason PJ, they're part of the crew like they love going out for a drink. Like getting
have a bit of fun. Do you know how many times it's been Jace initiating the Hangout? So yep, this Friday we're gonna do it team at my house and then it sort of levels down throughout the week. So it'll be like, Oh, we can't do it at mine. Lou indicates we've got Lou in the kids so we can't do it at my house and it's like okay, that's okay. And then a few days will go on and then you'll go oh, you know if we do it at the pub, I can only stay for a few hours and then as I suggested in the coming for a few hours, and then it'll get to the day off and it'll just be like, not tonight. Not tonight. I'm having night in Not tonight and he'll flake out so I'm not shocked at all that he did that to you with golf and he was meant to go golfing with producer Alex Yeah. Many dog team for you guys. Any dog Do you guys? Yeah, I do. We tried to prank Josh with a Spotify prank last week. Yeah, it was probably the biggest fail. I think it took a lot to to even try get to the point where we could call him so Hump Day replay. The podcast has been taken off Spotify because
We uploaded music as a podcast trailer. So you're not meant to upload music in sort of podcast section of Spotify. And so they removed that we got an email Joshua's following them up. And I thought it'd be a great idea if we could prank Josh, because he's listed his phone number on the bottom of the email, to call him say that were from Spotify. And tell him that the podcast won't be reinstated because Spotify has a one strike policy. And so I messaged you, Paris. Yeah. To see if you could get the call. And you were down for you're excited. Yeah. And your idea, I thought it would be really good as well. It was a great idea. And I was like, Oh, this will be good. And then he sent me the screenshot of the emails and I was like, reading them through and trying to like please myself, get ready for the role. Then unfortunate things happen, I guess because the morning came around, and we were like, let's execute this prank. So I think we're going to do it at like 915 initially, and he was walking to work at that stage. So not quite here.
Then you like on another 15 minutes and I have two mobile phones as well. So my phone my boyfriend's phone. My boyfriend was going to work at 950. But I was like, that'll be fine because we're gonna do it at nine, Dane. And then it just got laid out and later and later, and it finally got to a point. Yep, he's here call him right now. Yeah, nothing no answer. Nothing. You're not trying again. Nothing. No, it's not even like a little bait though. It was just like, hey, Josh is fine, leave a message and that was it. And then we couldn't do it. We're like, okay, that's okay. We'll try again tomorrow. And we asked Tony, who also works on Jason PD, your friend. Yes. And she was actually in the building the next morning. And so we're like, Okay, this would be great. Tony can go outside with nice. And then they'll call Josh and shake and do the whole thing and we'll film it and stuff. We'll set up cameras and be great. Then he went in the toilet and he came back out and he was like, yo, Bangui, what's going on? Sorry, as Tony was leaving 97 was whispering stuff to her
Then, as I was going to the toilet, I saw a GoPro and I had three missed calls
and I'm like George is looking a bit SOS. I'm like, I've just had three missed calls. Normally if I said that George wouldn't say anything, it's not something that you would respond to any other circumstance you would never say anything.
Like, let's tell him I called Josh and told them exactly what you fuckheads were up to. And how much you blew it The guys are trying to prank you rats. So before before that
like the line because you guys think you can come back and get Josh absolutely no jet.
This is so annoying. We're about to do the daily talk show went in like five minutes before the show. Yeah. And I was telling my son and Jess I was like guys just deny everything just denied at night. Because I thought we could get get him later.
Turns out he just never answered his phone so I've got it set on his phone to automatically go to voicemail disturb so I thought his private number only but he's got any number when he's on Do not disturb it goes unless it's like in his contacts. Ah yes telsa behaviour cuz you've got to do Wi Fi on Do Not Disturb just the standard one call voicemail if you immediately call laughter then you go straight through what if it's an emergency? No, no, it's not good. I was like, well, no wonder we're not getting any work. Yes, yeah. Answering
the office a rolling. Yeah. Hi, it's Josh his phone leave a message. solenoid. So, I mean, the whole thing was just an absolute mess. Daddy's a mess. Um, have you had any pranks gone wrong or anything? Do you know what I was thinking about this? Have I had any pranks gone wrong?
Other than last week? No, because I keep it simple. I could go with the simple pranks. I felt like even last week I was like there is a lot of moving parts in this like, even if my voice isn't changing.
the right amount and he's not gonna fall for this Spotify prank. But I just keep it simple. I'm more of the like, jump out around the corner and scare someone walking around it. I never go for the elaborate pranks and even when I was doing radio and stuff like that way, like pranks are the thing. I usually stay like, stay away from it. Yeah, I couldn't believe it like Josh was so he reckons He's so good at reading social cues. So he just was looking around, he could see people being weird. The GoPro was a mistake. But he reckons he'll never get pranked. And so I'd like to make an announcement right now. Oh yeah. Josh Janssen will get pranked by the end of the year. I believe it. Definitely he really is a mental.
So with that failed prank call, I got onto our friend race. And we recorded how I think the call would have gone if it was successful. All right. Hi is this Josh Janssen Dr. Anthony ad from big media company and co host of The Daily talk show with
jacket. Great. Oh, it's Steph here from Spotify, your podcast Hump Day replay highlights content policies, and as a result has been taken off our platform.
It's gone basically and you won't ever get well how am I gonna find your new boy? his whole career is riding on me.
I can hear that you're crying Josh. I'm so sorry. No crying. My heart sounds like you're crying
out Georgie boy. He really looks up to me. He really looked up to me. I don't know about that. Like that father in some ways, like I called their father. Definitely a mental
fucky I usually also private private numbers. Yeah, anything we can do. We can do all your media. We could do videos for you free of charge. We can have you on the show we can promote what was it Spotify, Spotify, we're gonna take the daily talk show down as well. Oh
Hey, Josh. Yeah, it's me Paris. This is a prank you've been pranked. Oh my god. That'd be why never on private numbers. Well, we got you. And we'll play this out. I'm pumped that way by being really funny. Well, as long as my hit Continue to fly, I'm happy. Have a great day. No worries. This has been Josh Janssen from the big media company. Thanks for having me. You're welcome. Yeah.
That was funny. I think that was maybe funnier than
last time you were on you were on fat Fridays. Yeah, I was. Yeah. And you famously item burger with no Patty. Yeah, and chips inside. The thing that makes these good usually, is you need to have enough tomato sauce. Like it needs to be a little wet in there. Should we have said no, you can't say extra though because I don't know what they're doing. Okay, so what we're reading right now is potato
bread and cheese, and some sauce and pickle as pickled veggies. Now he's really good at cheese. Okay, cheese. Yeah, and shockingly, that is the low calorie option while you're at Bacchus as well, because you're putting the fries in your burger, you're not adding anything to the meal, but you've actually taken away so it makes it like 250 calories. Really? Yeah, incredible. Have you got any other kind of veggie food hacks for fast food restaurants that you Oh, lately? Okay, so I've been super healthy recently. It's a phase I'm going through but I can feel myself phasing out of it because I'm like, very attracted to carbs at the moment.
Probably I just like like a little bit of Hulu, me just fried up throw it in the pan. Otherwise in vegetarian meal hacks, so I just get whatever without the meat Really? Yeah, but I don't even think about being vegetarian these days. I've done it for so long that it's like it doesn't even cross my mind. I don't even feel like I'm doing hacks or anything like that because I just say hey, you
Take the meat out of that and most of the time I'm just fine. Interesting. What do you get at Nando's? I don't go to Nando's. I'm a grown up
I don't know what Association Nando's hasn't growing up at KFC, I have the chips and I dip the chips in the mashed potato on the gravy. Oh, yeah, that's so many carbs, but I love it. And yeah, most places just have something everywhere has hot chips. I used to say that when I first went vegetarian, like every single place you go, is gonna have hot chips. So you'll be sweet. You go back to the Mac is where you worked at. Oh, yeah. So if I break Did you know? Yeah, I did have a break actually. Because little known fact, when you go into a state where the borders are locked down, you can stop in between, where like where the border is and where you're going. You can stop there for a dinner break. And you can also go to like a petrol station or a supermarket. Just briefly, obviously practising your social distancing that you can go on your way because obviously if it's a really long drive, you can't not stop and so
I scheduled a stop at the Mac as I used to work out where my parents also happened to be there, miraculously. And we had a social distance MCAS dinner there. So I have returned. Most of the days working at Mac is you know, life is simple. And if anyone's working at Mac is right now, or in any fast food job, it's like you think I can't wait to start my career. And then it's like, if you work at macros, you're not taking your job home with you. You're not thinking about flipping patties, like your diet, that's Junk Food Day, whereas you get a courier job and it's like, you're about to go to sleep and then you like, and you respond to that email four days ago. Yes. What keeps you up at night, mostly, when it comes to work when it comes to work? It's definitely emails I haven't responded to because when I started in radio and stuff like that, I didn't really know that it was rude to not respond to emails, like if I don't have anything to say back, I'll just let it slide. I don't have to say cheese or anything. Like trust it. I've seen it and let it go. Even if someone asked me a question. I didn't know the answer. I'd just be like, ignore it. And I think even though I've gotten way better at it
responding, I'm still not perfect. And I like just the other day, I wrote up this thing for my boss who did the whole thing and just didn't send it and didn't remember until last night and I thought, I just won't say anything. We'll see how we go and he's not mentioned it's gonna be fun. But, ya know, that is definitely what keeps me up at night. And also, epic tales at the moment is keeping me up at night. We do that podcast with Ian, Jason PJ. And that is keeping me up at night because there are not many people with Epic tales out there apparently. Well, there's like three things that they need to do. They've got to have an awesome story of course, they've also got to be willing to tell it which is like a whole other things a lot of people don't want to tell their stories in long form. But then with everything going on in the world at the moment, we can't get them in the studio. So it's a completely different experience to what it was before and it's keeping me up at night but it's coming back in two weeks and closer sides down. Is this part of your Is this the VIP listeners or whatever it can be anyone like to come on the show, but epic
houses like my little project. It's like what they gifted me to be my main thing on the show, I guess when it is happening and like they helped me but it's like, I'm sort of like in charge of picking the people who do that and planning the stories. But it can be anyone. We haven't necessarily solicited to the public in a way of like, we've got an entry form here, fill it out and tell us your towel. But we're always like all over Facebook saying just chuck us a message. But like, last year, we had someone who survived a skydiving accident. So it's like parachute. Yeah, we had another guy who was homeless at 17. And then a millionaire by 21. A woman who survived the tsunami and another who
gave birth to her baby the day that she found out she was pregnant. And she was one of those people who like, had like a flat belly even though she was nine months pregnant, didn't know. And they're all great stories. But I didn't know at that stage there was ever going to be a season two. So I just went for it. And I was like, these are the best stories I've ever heard. I'm just gonna check them all in season one. This is a once off story arc and now we've brought it back for season two. It's like yes, wait.
But oh man, it is hard to find those good stories that people haven't thrashed like because there's people out there who have good titles, but most of the time, they're also the people who have done like 60 minutes sunrise today show seven TED talks and written six books. And by then it's like, tired and done. No one wants to hear it. So where are you looking for them? I have made like a post in every single community Facebook group in Melbourne easily. So apologies for that, because like most of the time, didn't get any responses. Then we've got the VIPs Of course for the show. And then we've got the PJ is rich group for the podcast listeners. And I've posted in there as well. But what's that about? That's just like, it's like a, it's supposed to be a sacred group, I'm probably gonna get in trouble. But there's like 19,000 people in it, but it's just like, it's not a fan group. It's like a community group for the show where people just really intense listeners of the show and they really enjoy it. It's great fun. Um, but yeah, I look there and then I just do a multitude of keywords. So
Like when I found the skydiving guide, it was because I wrote in miraculous men survives. And then I just looked through every headline that had like miraculous men and surviving and then for the millionaire thing I just put in, like miracle Melbourne young because I thought I want a young person with a good story and then just like read through every article until I found one. That was Melvin dice could say someone was Melvin based, and now season two is just wherever, like, wherever the story is, we'll hear that. Yeah, that's basically what I've done. I'm definitely not a professional. I just, just guess Really? Yeah, how many EPS you producing in a season? Um, well, so I call I say four episodes, but it's not for really, it's 20 because it's like five days a week. So what I'll do is I like find someone with a good story. So like skydiving guy again, found him and then I'll spend like a couple hours on the phone with him talking about his story. And while we're chatting, I'll be like, frantically typing every single thing he's saying. And then I'll take that and make like it
Table across how I think it might be good over five days. And then I put a little hook at the bottom of each. So what's going to get us to that next episode? And then I'll give that to the guys sheets of like a guide questions like to help them because usually they don't know the story going in. So they need like a little bit of help, because obviously they don't have time to process it. And then they'll go in and tell the story and then we'll break that up across either four or five days, just depending on the strength of the record, you know, things don't always go to plan. And then we'll release it in all in one podcast at the end of that week, so that people don't have to listen, like incrementally. I guess I can listen to it all at once and we'll edit it. So it sounds like one like 45 minute two hour long podcast and usually we attach like uncut chats with the people because there's a lot of questions like, especially after we had Megan on our girl who had a baby in one day, the day she found out she was pregnant.
There were people with so many questions about that. And obviously you can't fit it into the radio format all the time because radio breaks like four
Five minutes, sometimes epic tales, sprites go a little bit longer. But yeah, then we just add that to the end. It's pretty sweet. But yeah, Jax does an awesome job. He like edits it. And it sounds like you that because he adds all the little sound effects and stuff. And it really paints a picture of the story. So it's fun. It is good. But as I said, keeping me up at night at the moment, trying to live up to the season one standard is what is in my head at the moment, but I'll be right. Ron Shelton said something interesting. He was on our show last week. I was like, do you feel the pressure, just keep making it better and better and better? And he said, as long as you just maintain the process, that's okay. Don't have to make everything better than the next one. Just, yeah, it's not better, different. It's not that different. So good variety. Well, we've we've actually got some big milestones that we've got to start working out or producing Episode 800 is coming up. 100 coming up, and we we sort of had an idea there was a little bit of
work that went into like, potentially like a road trip or a caravan, but I think that might be off the table at the moment. Mm hmm. And so we were wondering if you had any ideas or if you could help workshop, what we could do you know what, I'm a better workshop and then and organic ideas person, but I was thinking about 800 800 episodes, and I thought maybe you could do the mate hundred, where you get 100 mates in to do something, but then I was like, you can all hang out together maybe it's just gonna be a zoom call. But that's like good night. Terrible. Mate hundred. How could you get
incorporated into 800? Yeah, we had a few ideas during the show for 800 minutes. I think it was one yeah. The other on that might hundred this because we had an idea of like getting people to submit a bunch of like videos or photos and it'd be like, sort of like 800 and then stitched in the 800. Cool. intro, but as opposed to Yeah, the actual episode. I don't know what we're gonna do for that. One. I do. I love
which definitely want to happen is a drive in cinema. So everyone's like, sitting in their cars watching the show. We're on stage. I'll make a little 800 video. I can play it out on the cinema PC game 500 the card game, maybe you could make it the game 800 instead, you can play the game 100 it's hard, isn't it? It's hard when you've got like something coming up, but definitely an idea. Why is it the other way around when you have a great idea? And then the things coming up? And to be honest, I'm having a lot of ideas at the moment, but then I'm like, I should save that for my real job.
Is it good to think of the name first and then work back from there? Oh, that's like what I do when I'm desperate for sure. Like when we're having a tough time coming up with an idea. That's mainly when it's like a client thing though, say like, McDonald's or someone Brandon's like hey, can you come up with a promo for our new fries? automatically if you don't have any ideas you just going to be like fries guys guys like fries. Let's be the fry guys. It's gonna be a boy band called Friday.
Guys with I sing about Mac is they start off with the idea like that the title and sometimes it makes it a bit easier and that's like classic in regional radio as well. How are we into wonderful are like, are just over a year and a half. I loved it. I made like so many friends that had so much fun party scene in Toowoomba, under Riley Really? Yeah, you think you think I ought to one but that's crap, but no way. It's actually really good. Awesome man if I could call her Yeah, while you're on because she's into him, but Oh, okay, so I thought it'd be fun if we do a bit of a game. A bit of a quiz about effects. Yeah, let's do it. I love Toowoomba. Okay.
She went out for lunch today.
Maybe I know.
Hello. Hi Nan Sturge. Hi, George, you're, you're live on the podcast.
What does that mean? Well, I'm here with my friend Paris and Mason and perspective a couple of years in Toowoomba.
So I thought it'd be fun if we play
little game where I asked him to him the facts. And you can go head to head. see who wins. Oh, okay. All right.
You better sit down.
It's very loud. Welcome everyone to the facts with Paris and then I'm nervous.
All right. Hello. Hello. Alright.
What is the population of Toowoomba, Paris? 163,000. Raw? Oh, here we go.
Do you think
I just realised I didn't actually write down the answer.
Look it up, go do a quick Google quick Google. Okay. 134,000
would you say I've not done it? I say 163,000
Man was right. Okay, well done then.
You have answers for all the other Yeah, I got
there's a liar.
Okay, question two.
Which famous cake came from timber?
Man. That's correct. Well, Todd
yeah 1886 governor of Queensland Lord lamington took his entourage to hell, Hala, Laxton house to escape the hate of Brisbane. He loves snowballs. round cake serve with whipped cream. The cook was asked to make it. I've written a really long thinking, we trust you. And that's all good, but you're right now
Yep, that's right. That's right. How far away is Toowoomba from rainbow beach? for us is right rolls. Two and a half to three hours gone. I'm gonna go with that. I don't know where rainbow beach is. I'll stick with four hours because that's what I said 216 kilometres. Alright good Nan's right there. Oh yeah, no way area. Yeah. All right. Well done. All right. Radio question here. The first commercial radio station in Queensland was actually like added into one but what was it cold? Oh,
okay. Oh, very close.
Cold, cold radio said the other night. You got it cold radio. Oh, yeah, would you? Well,
goodness me Well, I was on it last year. This is just for running. I think you've gotten smashed here. I'm
just gonna move doughnuts. It's in my
Final question to him the boy Geoffrey Rush won an Oscar for which film I
grew up here as a boy.
that tree, one guy came to my house tonight. I didn't really know if you want a walk down.
Walk down the path in order to get here. Ha, Margaret.
Wow, I don't know the answer either. That doesn't really matter.
The answer was
Yes. Never heard of though. That was six. How was lunch man? You went out for lunch today? Oh,
yes, it was very nice to come.
Okay. All right. We're going to keep recording now. What do you got to do George?
recording the podcast. It's like a
It's like a radio show but it's just on the internet.
Oh my god.
You're to do what you have to do.
You can listen you love it. Oh god.
Hi. I really sucked. I think that was a successful cool Good thing I left. I would have driven me out if not.
I stand by what I said though Toowoomba is better than people say we need some producing help. Like hey, you were on fat Fridays obviously. Yes, so fat fried as we get food every week. Last week. We had kebabs. The week before that we had IKEA IKEA food. Really IKEA who don't just have you had the IKEA so yeah, yeah, I look I've gone on like hangouts to IKEA just for the food. I live across the road from an Ikea now like gardens so I just go over them when I'm feeling a little bit lazy have brekkie
vegetarian food Heck, actually, the vegetarian maples at IKEA, incredible, but I love the mashed potato that they do and they put the gravy on there. And then you can have a bit of a lag the lingonberries out what they call, you know, they're like berry jam on there is this is this upstairs, which is cool. So because they've got that one near the checkout at Victoria gardens, yeah, and you can still get the maple syrup, but they put them in a cone. But it's completely different ballgame when you're upstairs. It's like you're in a cafeteria, the whole experience every time I'm there. I'm like if you squint, this is sort of what a dystopian society would be like where we all get our food at the same time and just grab like all apples that look the same. or food that looks the same. That is my cake. Isn't that cute? little packets? And I'm like we're all wearing the same outfits, right? Yes. Could be a movie definitely.
So Tommy's cracked it basically he has to go out with his card and buy food and he told us today he's done buying food. He's had enough you've had enough and he wants the producers to organise the food. No way Jose, do you mean financial
Yeah, organise it. No, I just do what you have to do to get the food well, so I think I think this means I think we're done with cash. Like I think I don't think we're going to pay for it anymore. Like I think TJ wants food every time to free contract. Yeah. Oh yeah, boy if it's contract, that's fine. You should be able to get that easily as well. You know, a little wink and a nudge do a nice little Instagram message and people would certainly say Instagrams away There you go. You're right. And then this is brutal, but the local businesses are also the way to go. They podcast sounds glamorous. I'll send you a bit of food for sure. But if it comes to paying for it, no way my role the talent is always richer they can pay for it produces never put your money on the line for food, or some other like big producing things you've done. You know, epic tales is probably, yeah, that's probably my favourite producing thing I've done. I just like it when I come up with a funny idea. And I talked to like Jace or PJ about it, whoever the idea is for. And then I think, yeah, that's funny, and they go into the show and do it and it's even funnier. Like when I very first started, I
made this fake like PJ had haemorrhoids. And she was telling Jace about it on the show, and I was like, oh, imagine if I like made you a fake hemorrhoid out of mints and put it in like a urine sample container. And then you brought it to work and told Jace Oh, they removed it. And I've got it right here. And like things like that when like, it's just an idea. But then the guys do it. And it turns out so funny. I love that. Oh, just basically any idea. It feels so good when you like you guys would know as well. Like we've the daily talk show. You have an idea. And you tell the guys about it. It's like that moment when you can tell that they're fucking loving it like they're like, yeah, this is good. It's that moment that you're like, Yeah, that's it. That's like, I'm happy with that. How do you know when something has legs? Like when you're coming up with ideas? What makes the whiteboard um, do you think about like, the out or? I don't so I don't so much think about the app, but I just think about the Jason page a filter, how it will work for them. And I visualised that moment of me delivering the idea
to the table and I think, how could this go down? And where could we build on it? Because Sure, I've had a lot of like foundation ideas for story arcs, and so as everyone else on the team, but it's like we all work together. So if I come up with just a very base level concept, then the rest of the team will like jump in on it and make it good. But yeah, I think just enough that it has legs, I just keep in mind like Jason PJ, this is who they are as a show. This is what works well for them. So I'm gonna pitch it. But I definitely I used to be really nervous about pitching ideas when I first started, but I'm not so much like that anymore. Because I think I've developed my idea filter, not to a point where every idea is good, because that's just not the case for anyone, but to a point where I can be like, yeah, I'm pretty confident about that. It's like, I know that this idea has come to me going through my knowledge that I have on the show and writing on I'm pretty sure this will be sweet. And usually it is. And then other times, it's not that they're too nice to tell me. You just get the silent like no one will build on it and they'll be like, Oh yeah,
I get that.
That's that's classic line actually. Maybe, maybe, yeah, maybe Chuck. Chuck that one on the board. Hmm. Move on. Sometimes when I have an idea, I just kind of hold it in early tell anyone but it's always better when you actually run it past someone. Oh, yeah, that's Sorry, no as well. And we all do that thing of before. We're about to pitch an idea say to yourself, or you say out loud, actually, like, Oh, this is probably like, it's really random and dumb, but and I do that all the time. And it's crazy how your language can change things. Because if people asked who did do that sort of thing, like, well, I just saw I don't know, this is like totally random. But if we like, do you know, it would be great for this show and delivered it in that frame, then it gets the people around you believing that it's going to be better as well. I can say, do you know what I think would be really funny for you to do well, I know this will come off really well for you guys rather than Well, I don't know. I guess I don't know. And I've learned that from our project. Like my other producer who works with me, Jane. She's assertive like she is 100% on top of it. She's like hard ass for sure.
But she would never say like, this could be really dumb and random and stupid and so silly, which is what I do before over idea. She'd just be like, I think you guys should do this and just that confidence is like, it sells it to me whether it's an awesome idea or just an average one, it's the confidence she's delivering it with. Are you into tarot cards at all? You know what I am I Friday we mentioned the AWACS. Yeah, yeah. And I'm saying that we can get you relax out and you can use it live territory. Yeah, um, yeah, I am into tarot cards. I don't necessarily know how to read tarot cards that Well, I've bought a couple of decks in my time and I've got them on the shelf, but I brought the tarot card because one time I got a tarot reading that like told me my future all the way up something that's happening now and I got the reading like three years ago, and it was oddly specific. I was in my first radio job and he was like, you're gonna get another job offer in three and a half weeks from today. And I did three and a half weeks from that day completely random job offer from SCA like, I got an email and they're like, Hey Jenna Carter tuber
He was not and when you get it, you're going to know that you're going to go and get this job. And in that same reading, he was like, our radio is going to be really good. And you're going to get to where you want to beam radio, but you're, you've got subconscious, like you're subconsciously drawn to being like a healing person, and you're going to end up doing like a health career. And now I'm studying psychology. So it's like that. And I'm hoping to be a sexologist in a million years time.
But it's so many things are so specific. This is actually crazy. This same psychic came into my work right? At the time my boss was embezzling money from the company I was working for she's she also got picked up for that, but I won't name any names for a legend reasons or whatever you have to say with Lego stuff. Before she'd lost her job. And before anyone had any idea, like I say, any idea about it, they brought him in to like clear the building. And he was like, there's a presence underneath. Insert name his desk, and it's saying Where's the money? Where have you taken the money? Where's the money? The money's gone.
Missing, you're stealing the money. And he's like, I'm looking at it in the eyes and he's saying, where's the money and I can see what he's wearing. And he's looking this presence is attached to this corner of the room, which was my boss at the times desk and all of her things. It was like no mistaking it was her office. It was in her office. And he was going yeah, that's this slide, presents underneath the desk, saying Where's the money? Where's the money? Where's she putting the money? Where's the money? And we're all like, haha, he's a psycho. And then literally two months later, it was like the all this stuff came out about like millions of dollars going missing in advertising money and stuff like Shay. Yeah, I was a major sceptic, and to be honest, like hardcore Christian at the time, and I like kept going to Hillsong Church for a couple years afterwards, but I was like, well, I believe it though. I'd go to Hillsong anymore, but at the time, I was like, completely the opposite of tarot cards and stuff like that. And now I'm like, Yeah, fine, twist my own. I'm into it. As a producer, Jess, she. She was in Bendigo. And she had a tarot card reading as well. So you went to a
As a tarot card reader, and she said to you that you could go into business with two guys, which you now big media company, run by two guys and what else what other dots is she connecting? Now there's a few family things and my love life which hasn't come true. We've sort of set on a journey of finding her partner. Mm hmm. Yeah, she's really into tarot cards. Yeah. And if you know any bearded tattooed guys with an Irish accent and Irish accent, she's okay. Yeah, there's plenty of those in Melbourne. Hey, yeah, it's gonna be a hobby shop. Yeah. To finish up. I thought we could just do a quick tarot card reading. Okay, I'll get an online one ready? Click the deck to begin and choose six cards. Select my six cards. I'm taking this seriously, by the way. I'm sure you've done too. I'm trying to vibe out five.
Oh, actually, no, I was thinking that one. Yeah. All right. Get my rating. Get my rating. I'm ready. I hope we don't have to pay like seven instalments of 1995. All right, how you feel about yourself.
you want love or a new love in your life and a new relationship is in the offering. Even if you are not thinking about love you're in for a surprise I've been and not being friends in a stable relationship, but you know what? He could be a little bit more affectionate so take note Ben if you're listening to this, which he won't maybe that's why I need a new love who listen to a podcast Come on. I've got the Emperor as well. Yeah, that's what's going against you. It was like Georgia boys against me. Yeah, sorry. This is terrible. The like
this is the time of good luck and fortune perhaps after a period of struggle and heartache. I'm struggling in hiking right now because I'm over Coronavirus. I'm not coping with Well, I'm much like other people but I'm taking it to heart personally. Good health, possibly after a time of illness. And good fortune will give you a new zest for life if considering a new love affair. What's a little this new? Yeah, okay, new job. I'm a little bit concerned because you
My completely separate horoscope on my phone has also said that somebody is going to present themselves for a new relationship Kosta young coast now I'm on the pattern which is very similar to costar is better and the pattern is I would say more accurate then Kosta according to the celebs who they what is what is it? Well so this post you have you have you've never heard of it it's it's way putting like your birth time you're like alright what are you born on stuff like that it uses your sun moon and rising signs to give a more accurate horoscope I guess in life advice but yeah, my patent has been saying the same shit as this thing I'm not in I'm not in the mood. I'm not. Let's manifest my relationship is good and will be lasting when he was on Jason PJ. Yeah. Were there any other couples on that show? Was it just just those two? I had a scheduled day off that day because I took a pay cut. We did like plenty people didn't our company. It's not a secret so I get Wednesday's off and
You're on the show on Wednesday. But how did it go? It was good. I mean, I forgot to mention that she is she had a date when she was coming to Melbourne. I said she was coming to Melbourne soon, but I didn't say that she was coming to Melbourne that Sunday. Oh, actually, I think I mentioned this Hi. Yeah, Jess. Blah. Yes. wasn't happy. No. That's all right. That's right. Wait was Pat Jason Hill, we can have someone on the air like really emotional and he'll be like all we could have. Well, I would have liked you know, I want them crying. It's always that one extra thing like your kids day, but it's going well by having she's in the house now. Yeah, she's she's she's at home. With all family. Everyone loves the whole thing. Your whole family we've seen? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I just assume everybody's moved in from inside Nana still. So yeah, so we're all we're all living together. Everyone loves her. And yeah. Do you want to be a young married person?
Yeah, I probably will. We'll just talk about this morning, buddy. Brooklyn. Beckham's engaged. Yeah, yes, he I saved 2120
One. Yeah, young, sprightly. I'm one of those people who like when I found out who's been younger than me, I'm only 22. But we'll never be together it would have been. I'm probably like 25 maybe 20. So yeah, that's not even that young to me, like going to Hillsong and stuff like, I'm getting on almost.
everybody's like, 19 you get engaged. It's like, see you later. Yeah, that's correct.
All right. Great. I think that's it. Thank you everyone for listening. Terrorist. I'm free on Instagram at Paris underscore hub. Yeah, you got it. I haven't even told me too much. I'm happy.
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