Raunchy Acronyms & Santa Claus With Basil Gerard/
- November 18, 2020
Nicest Gronk Basil Gerard is back! We chat about family holidays, housemates, sleeping preferences, naughty acronyms, Christmas parties and do a bit of trivia!
On this episode of Hump Day Replay:
- Basil’s weekend away
- Housemates and habits
- Dressing GB
- Raunchy Acronyms
- Christmas parties and traditions
Basil on Instagram – @basil_gerard
Basil’s podcast – The Process
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This is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
[00:00:00] GB: [00:00:00] someday re-play back for another week of a daily talk show, highlights with the usual crude, Jess Mason and grace. And back for his second time or third time, if you count the ring round show. Uh, nicest Gronk, bezel, Jared. Hello? Lovely people
[00:00:35] Basil Gerard: [00:00:35] absolutely fired up. Yeah.
[00:00:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:37] I'm coming in hot off. I'm
[00:00:39] Basil Gerard: [00:00:39] doing absolutely nothing on holiday, so it's great.
[00:00:43] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:43] So
[00:00:43] GB: [00:00:43] ring ring of steel, gone,
[00:00:45] Basil Gerard: [00:00:45] smashed through it.
[00:00:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:46] Yeah. Headed up. Yeah. They called it
[00:00:49] Basil Gerard: [00:00:49] to, uh, to, to bend to ghetto, uh, for a couple of days.
[00:00:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:53] And then. Went to Mansfield
[00:00:55] Basil Gerard: [00:00:55] with the, uh, with the parents. I crashed they holiday. So
[00:00:58] GB: [00:00:58] you're staying in a [00:01:00] motel.
[00:01:01] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:01] No, we're staying in a timeshare. Do you guys know what timeshare is?
[00:01:06] Grace Peris: [00:01:06] Kind of vibe.
[00:01:06] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:06] Yeah, so I don't like I'm, I'm the youngest of five, so we didn't have like
[00:01:11] Basil Gerard: [00:01:11] a lot of money growing up. And so
[00:01:14] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:14] mum and dad, it
[00:01:16] Basil Gerard: [00:01:16] must have, seemed like a pyramid scheme at the time, but they got in on timeshare when I was. Like five, I think. So they've had it for ages and they've got two weeks at
[00:01:24] So what happened in the early days of timeshare? You'd buy two weeks in like a cabin at this resort in
[00:01:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:29] content, which is like an hour
[00:01:31] Basil Gerard: [00:01:31] from our home. So yeah. I mean, cool holiday.
[00:01:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:33] Um, yeah, no, it's great. It's really good. I've been there
[00:01:37] Basil Gerard: [00:01:37] heaps,
[00:01:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:37] but then started to happen is you could then trade
[00:01:39] Basil Gerard: [00:01:39] weeks with other like families say,
[00:01:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:42] and then it became like a stock
[00:01:43] Basil Gerard: [00:01:43] market where you could like float your two weeks and you could pick like, One week here and then one week there, I think you didn't have to trade one for
[00:01:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:50] one.
[00:01:50] And now it's like all point system. So you can
[00:01:52] Basil Gerard: [00:01:52] take like two days here, three days here, all over the place. And they got in real life and, and, and, and like a lot cheaper. [00:02:00] So it was cool. It was cool for us. We, we had two, uh, holidays, like two, one weeks, like growing up. So I was like super spoiled, spent a lot of time, um, you know, in Batemans Bay and port Macquarie and Goolwa and Adelaide just, yeah.
[00:02:12] All these random towns that have these results that were sick and I love sports activity. So it was like squash, mini, golf, tennis. So, uh, yeah, and they usually it's a bit of a cabin setup. So I slept on a fold-out for the first time in 2020,
[00:02:26] GB: [00:02:26] right? Like there's something real. Old school about them.
[00:02:31] Mr. 97: [00:02:31] You would be the guy to rock one GB.
[00:02:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:33] Like if anyone's going to have one, you're going
[00:02:35] Mr. 97: [00:02:35] to be the one who's just sleeping on it every day
[00:02:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:37] I used to like,
[00:02:38] GB: [00:02:38] it used to be the first thing you check when you go to a motel, it's like, Oh
[00:02:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:42] yes,
[00:02:46] GB: [00:02:46] motels. Like, I love those like old, like shitty motels where you're lying in bed and watching TV, like
[00:02:54] Jess Lucas: [00:02:54] just a railing and your back.
[00:02:58] Basil Gerard: [00:02:58] And then your feet are like higher than [00:03:00] your head, because like, it doesn't work. So you gotta like, yeah, you gotta put your feet apart so you can see the tally like that.
[00:03:05] That definitely happened, uh, on, on Saturday.
[00:03:09] GB: [00:03:09] So we're doing lots of, um, reminiscing and stuff like
[00:03:12] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:12] that. The family.
[00:03:14] Basil Gerard: [00:03:14] Yeah. Yeah. Cause um, my sisters were up so. Yeah. It was like, yeah, we were just talking about all the crazy times, like, um, going away, going away and
[00:03:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:23] you know, I have three
[00:03:25] Basil Gerard: [00:03:25] sisters and so they fought a lot.
[00:03:26] And so they would conflict. Someone would constantly grounded. So they'll going back and forth and be
[00:03:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:30] like, Hey, remember when we went surfing and you were
[00:03:32] Basil Gerard: [00:03:32] grounded and you had to watch, and then, you know, our sister comes back with
[00:03:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:36] like, when we went ice skating
[00:03:37] Basil Gerard: [00:03:37] and you were granted, so you have to watch.
[00:03:40] So it was just like just absolute back and forth. And I think me and my bro. Probably got along, like a little bit better. Mostly we just spent like all day playing Marco polo with like randos from the resort.
[00:03:52] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:52] Really cool games. Yeah.
[00:03:57] GB: [00:03:57] You playing with random people at the resort
[00:04:01] [00:04:00] Jess Lucas: [00:04:01] and the friends,
[00:04:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:04:02] friends.
[00:04:03] Yeah. That's a real thing. Do you have that, you know, about how is it in the pool
[00:04:06] Mr. 97: [00:04:06] playing Marco polo in the pool with people you've never met before?
[00:04:12] Tommy Jackett: [00:04:12] in the world.
[00:04:14] GB: [00:04:14] Okay. I respect it, but
[00:04:17] Mr. 97: [00:04:17] I've never
[00:04:17] GB: [00:04:17] done
[00:04:20] Jess Lucas: [00:04:20] the family's doing
[00:04:21] Mr. 97: [00:04:21] wellness away. We always go to, um, like when, when we were young and we went camping or we went away, we'd always do it with like our family friends. So you'd have like three families that come along. And so like lots of kids. And just like, I don't know, maybe six parents coming along with us and we'd go camping, but they would like, as a family would never have blowups, but like the other family, like it's, it would be real great.
[00:04:44] Cause you'd see like someone blowing up and some being taught off, but like, yeah. Where all sweet. And it's just this awkward thing of just like they've been granted or they have to stay in the tent all day and then, you know, wedges out doing whatever.
[00:04:59] Grace Peris: [00:04:59] Well look down.
[00:05:00] [00:05:00] Mr. 97: [00:05:00] Yeah, literally.
[00:05:01] Basil Gerard: [00:05:01] Yeah.
[00:05:03] Jess Lucas: [00:05:03] She gets hot.
[00:05:04] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:04] Oh yeah.
[00:05:05] GB: [00:05:05] That's
[00:05:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:05] so sad. Stay in the tent. Oh no.
[00:05:10] GB: [00:05:10] I said, did you actually hear them actually say that this is your punishment? You have to stay in the 10th.
[00:05:14] Mr. 97: [00:05:14] Yeah. Yeah. So, I mean, look, it wouldn't be all day, but you'd spend like, you know, an hour in the tent while we're having breakfast with everyone, you know,
[00:05:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:22] I think that's the worst.
[00:05:23] You can't go back to bed.
[00:05:27] GB: [00:05:27] I
[00:05:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:27] was going to say,
[00:05:28] Basil Gerard: [00:05:28] I would almost be worse that you can just hear
[00:05:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:30] them and you have to make up,
[00:05:32] Basil Gerard: [00:05:32] like in your imagination, what they're doing, you can't actually say it.
[00:05:35] Mr. 97: [00:05:35] Oh yeah. That would be worse.
[00:05:39] Basil Gerard: [00:05:39] Best time
[00:05:39] GB: [00:05:39] ever. This sucks.
[00:05:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:42] Well,
[00:05:42] GB: [00:05:42] speaking of living with people,
[00:05:44] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:44] uh,
[00:05:45] GB: [00:05:45] this week, Tommy.
[00:05:46] He was talking about his son Bodhi. They went on a little trip away and, uh, he got up to a little bit of mischief. What I'm going to do is I'm going to
[00:05:55] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:55] replace Bodie with my housemate. So I woke up this morning, [00:06:00] my housemaid pissed on the seat, and then my housemate goes into. My room and goes over to my wife's bedside table and drinks, her smoothie.
[00:06:09] The whole thing he's been bitten by mosquitoes, and he's been scratching them.
[00:06:12] GB: [00:06:12] There's blood on his sheets. The
[00:06:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:15] worst thing about my housemate. He doesn't know how to use the washing machine. So I have to wash the
[00:06:19] GB: [00:06:19] Gronk sheets.
[00:06:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:20] I made my housemate bacon and eggs. He never cooks and says, I don't like egg. I don't like bacon.
[00:06:26] And then he licked the sauce
[00:06:28] GB: [00:06:28] and walked off.
[00:06:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:29] It didn't have any money. And he wanted me to buy him some chips. I said to my housemate, why did you run off on me? She said, I wanted to go dancing. I caught my housemate almost about to take a shit in the garden of this holiday house. We'll stay here.
[00:06:45] GB: [00:06:45] He never cooks. He never cooks. Do you, so you live with PayPal bezel.
[00:06:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:50] Yeah.
[00:06:52] Basil Gerard: [00:06:52] With one person at the moment. Uh, and I, for the last couple of years, I've lived with two people. So, uh, [00:07:00] it is, it has been nice in lockdown to have someone, I think like wind solar would be super, super tough, but golly, like living on top of someone, it's not, you know, like not a lover.
[00:07:10] Um, so like the TIFs are weird. Uh, but, uh, yeah, it's
[00:07:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:07:15] it,
[00:07:15] Basil Gerard: [00:07:15] it is, it is fun. I've never lived with kind of randos though. I think that's the next level. I've always lived with friends and like people that I, that I have known beforehand, cause you can hear some, some absolute horror stories.
[00:07:27] Mr. 97: [00:07:27] Hi, how are you picking your housemate?
[00:07:30] Like what's are you, are you just going in and she'd be like, mate, do you want to, do you want to come live with me? Do you want to be housemates?
[00:07:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:07:36] Yeah. Yeah. Just like that.
[00:07:37] Basil Gerard: [00:07:37] Yeah. I used to write them a
[00:07:38] Tommy Jackett: [00:07:38] letter and
[00:07:40] Basil Gerard: [00:07:40] get some cameras in
[00:07:41] Tommy Jackett: [00:07:41] I'll shoot Ginsburg. No, I like in the past, it just has kind of
[00:07:46] Basil Gerard: [00:07:46] happened as the way these things do.
[00:07:48] Like we had the dream house, which we call that was like our university house, which was an absolute. Pigs die, you know, like it's crazy to call it the dream house. Now. It was, it was the stuff of [00:08:00] nightmares. Like we had like my son and left finish a thrown up the back deck and an up
[00:08:04] GB: [00:08:04] like a pool,
[00:08:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:05] like a pool is always like a cool idea for like
[00:08:08] Basil Gerard: [00:08:08] three weeks.
[00:08:08] And then it's just game over it. Like our shed. We had like lava going, uh, growing in this absolute trash.
[00:08:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:15] So that was, that
[00:08:16] Basil Gerard: [00:08:16] was bad. We moved on up since, since then. And I've. I've kind of lived with, you know, two or three of the boys, double he's, uh, bullies in and out of the last kind of, I guess, 10 years.
[00:08:29] Um, and then I've ended up with a very old school mate from, from Bendigo,
[00:08:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:33] uh, Ben to ghetto represent ms. Jess. And,
[00:08:35] Basil Gerard: [00:08:35] uh, and then another man that I met traveling, I'll see, Aussie. Michael was born. Yeah. And then another mate, I met that guy.
[00:08:46] Jess Lucas: [00:08:46] I didn't remember him. I'm just going to Facebook him. That doesn't mean anything.
[00:08:52] I have a shocking memory.
[00:08:53] Basil Gerard: [00:08:53] The last DM is like 2014 and answer me,
[00:08:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:56] Jess. The other guy
[00:08:58] Basil Gerard: [00:08:58] I met [00:09:00] was, uh, I met traveling, sorry, Douggie and, um, yeah, he kind of came to stay and then has just never left since then. So, uh, yeah. Yeah, that was two years ago. Still he's moved on out to a bedroom now, but, uh, started from the basement.
[00:09:14] Now he's here, baby.
[00:09:16] GB: [00:09:16] Yeah. Great. You have an assignment and you're like, I've never really lived with randoms. Like they've always been friends, but, um, yeah, I agree. A hundred percent like living with people through lockdown was great. Um, but yeah, it does, you know, you're in each other's pockets all the time and that sort of thing.
[00:09:31] How are your housemates going, grace?
[00:09:34] Grace Peris: [00:09:34] Um, I love my house nights.
[00:09:42] now the housemates had cried, but I was thinking like I've never lived out of home because back in Perth, I was at home with mum. And then yeah, moved here. So I've never experienced the kind of housemate vibe I've had friends that have, um, and maybe next year, one of my friends and I, [00:10:00] when we get back from Perth might move out together.
[00:10:01] But. Yeah, no, we'll just have to wait and say,
[00:10:04] Mr. 97: [00:10:04] have you heard any blowups from P like your mates or whatever them coming to you being like don't live with this person?
[00:10:11] Grace Peris: [00:10:11] Um, a couple of people have, or they've just warned me, like, if you ever want to live with this person, this is what will happen or, um,
[00:10:18] GB: [00:10:18] is that common?
[00:10:21] Mr. 97: [00:10:21] Is there a thing going around where people are just like, Oh, you don't want to, not that person,
[00:10:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:10:26] my old
[00:10:27] Jess Lucas: [00:10:27] housemates.
[00:10:28] Basil Gerard: [00:10:28] Yeah. Do it, Jess.
[00:10:30] Jess Lucas: [00:10:30] No, I literally am. Like, I mean, it hasn't happened in years. Like let's be on the spot. That's true. There's one guy that I used to live with. You would know him basil. Um,
[00:10:45] GB: [00:10:45] I'm just trying to find him,
[00:10:47] Jess Lucas: [00:10:47] um, when I lived with in London and then. Kind of screwed me over there. And then I was, we got back we're in the back of staff. I one night drunk and we started talking and he apologized and [00:11:00] then he's like, ah, it's so kills me that I even went through this. Um, he was like, Oh, we're moving to Melbourne.
[00:11:06] Would you want to move in with me? And this other guy who I love. Um, and I was like, you know what? You've apologized you've changed your ways. No, but you know, that was nice. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, he screwed me over again. Sorry. Um, I'm going to put a PSA out to not live with him.
[00:11:26] GB: [00:11:26] No, one's
[00:11:26] Jess Lucas: [00:11:26] going to know him anyway.
[00:11:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:27] Yeah,
[00:11:30] Grace Peris: [00:11:30] no, no, no. I'm just gonna say I've had people just do the same thing. Just say like, this person never puts the rubbish out. Leaves his dishes everywhere. Doesn't clean up, close up and I'm just like, Oh, okay. But he seemed really nice
[00:11:44] Jess Lucas: [00:11:44] and off with this guy, he literally left over roast chicken out on the bench and didn't put it away.
[00:11:52] And so I'll say I'm not putting that away. I'm sick of cleaning the house. I'm always cleaning up after them. And. It's tight for two [00:12:00] days. And then I cracked it. I was like, I can't live like this
[00:12:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:12:02] anymore.
[00:12:03] Grace Peris: [00:12:03] Oh, that's disgusting though. It was just basic hygiene.
[00:12:06] Tommy Jackett: [00:12:06] Yeah, exactly.
[00:12:07] Mr. 97: [00:12:07] Well, I mean, Josh, Josh did bring up on the show.
[00:12:09] One of, uh, the neighbors in his apartment building has been outrageous with the music that they've been playing. Um, and a note was sent and there's this big discussion in the Facebook group. It turns out the bloke is really lovely. So
[00:12:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:12:23] I had a similar,
[00:12:24] GB: [00:12:24] like, yeah, my neighbor. We'd play the loudest, like techno music, just like real Basey.
[00:12:31] Jess Lucas: [00:12:31] And that's really not cool.
[00:12:33] GB: [00:12:33] Nah, it's not cool. And I'm so annoyed every day at like 5:00 PM till, you know, 10 or whatever. And we left a note. Yeah. We, we put a note in there. Mum came down to visit and she's like,
[00:12:44] Mr. 97: [00:12:44] correct it
[00:12:46] Grace Peris: [00:12:46] onto it.
[00:12:48] GB: [00:12:48] We wrote a note and, um, and gave it to them. And then. Yeah. Like the next day, there was a note at our door and like, it was anonymous.
[00:12:56] So I don't know how they must've just somehow known. There was a note at our door being like, [00:13:00] so sorry. W why it happened again and then like,
[00:13:04] Tommy Jackett: [00:13:04] well,
[00:13:06] GB: [00:13:06] we were in Israel. I right. Report you
[00:13:11] Jess Lucas: [00:13:11] passive aggressive.
[00:13:12] GB: [00:13:12] Yeah. This is real passive aggressive. Then he turned out to be lovely.
[00:13:18] Mr. 97: [00:13:18] So what makes, so what, yeah, what makes a good housemate? Cause I, I actually, I actually went onto a website and got. A list of questions. It's like a criteria of like what to do, what questions to ask before they become your housemate. Right. And so I thought, I thought, I thought we could run through a couple of them
[00:13:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:13:37] love.
[00:13:37] Mr. 97: [00:13:37] So I thought we could start with the first one and we'll just go around the room. Okay. Are you picking one
[00:13:41] Grace Peris: [00:13:41] housemate mace?
[00:13:43] Tommy Jackett: [00:13:43] Well, maybe
[00:13:44] Mr. 97: [00:13:44] it depends. It depends on
[00:13:46] Jess Lucas: [00:13:46] I'm telling you that you need to lift. Yeah, I
[00:13:48] Grace Peris: [00:13:48] think, sorry.
[00:13:49] Tommy Jackett: [00:13:49] Okay. Here
[00:13:50] Mr. 97: [00:13:50] we go. So the first question. Your worst habit, starting with you. Grace,
[00:13:57] Grace Peris: [00:13:57] you can probably add to this.
[00:14:00] [00:14:00] What is my worst habit? I don't know.
[00:14:05] Jess Lucas: [00:14:05] I don't mind.
[00:14:09] Okay. You think grace? Um, okay. So sometimes after I cook. Or after I ate, I don't necessarily want to do the dishes straight away. Like don't tell me when to do the dishes. I would do them. I'm a very clean person, but not straight after dinner. And sometimes I might even leave them to the next morning in the sink.
[00:14:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:14:28] That's fine. I think that's yeah, I think that would be
[00:14:31] Grace Peris: [00:14:31] mine. Something like, Oh, just leaving, like, you know, the Uber eats bag just there
[00:14:36] Basil Gerard: [00:14:36] on the floor.
[00:14:39] Mr. 97: [00:14:39] Wait,
[00:14:39] Grace Peris: [00:14:39] I think, I think that's probably my worst habit. Cause everything else I'm a little bit pedantic about.
[00:14:44] Mr. 97: [00:14:44] Yeah. That's yeah. I mean, yeah. The other thing,
[00:14:47] Tommy Jackett: [00:14:47] habit maze.
[00:14:48] Mr. 97: [00:14:48] Well, I mean, so this is the only guy out because we're not, we're not super great with it, but you know, A bathroom towel on the floor. You know how you meant to [00:15:00] use it for a shower? So we don't explicitly have like a flow one, but we have towels in there. And so what I do is I put the towel on the ground, but grace isn't rocket town on the ground at
[00:15:12] Basil Gerard: [00:15:12] all.
[00:15:12] So they're
[00:15:13] Grace Peris: [00:15:13] not
[00:15:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:13] foot towels. That's what a bad, bad
[00:15:17] GB: [00:15:17] habit. Do you stand on one end and white with the other?
[00:15:21] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:21] No, no, no,
[00:15:21] Mr. 97: [00:15:21] no, no, no, no, because. Yeah, we have in
[00:15:24] Grace Peris: [00:15:24] Perth, we have foot towels.
[00:15:32] having to defend myself yet. That's sort of a bad habit. Mason,
[00:15:34] Mr. 97: [00:15:34] that's a bad habit.
[00:15:37] Jess Lucas: [00:15:37] Bad organization.
[00:15:39] Grace Peris: [00:15:39] Toby where the foot towels
[00:15:41] Mr. 97: [00:15:41] I've told. No, but I've told him, I've said you could use. Those towns it's okay. Anyway,
[00:15:48] Grace Peris: [00:15:48] anyway,
[00:15:51] GB: [00:15:51] just like
[00:15:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:51] if only there was some type of mat Michael foot, I know that
[00:15:58] Mr. 97: [00:15:58] yeah, yeah, no, [00:16:00] it would be faster than that. That's all your worst habit.
[00:16:03] GB: [00:16:03] Oh,
[00:16:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:03] God heaps. I think that
[00:16:05] Basil Gerard: [00:16:05] is the thing it's like, you could do a laundry list. For for everyone. And
[00:16:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:09] also over time, like the smallest habits become the
[00:16:12] Basil Gerard: [00:16:12] absolute worst.
[00:16:14] Mr. 97: [00:16:14] What have you done?
[00:16:16] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:16] You know,
[00:16:16] Basil Gerard: [00:16:16] um, I'm speaking about my housemate, I'm sure there's a long list of me.
[00:16:21] It's probably like singing really badly and attitude all over
[00:16:25] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:25] place.
[00:16:25] Basil Gerard: [00:16:25] Like I'm known for that. And. Playing bad guitar. I think probably probably a noise thing. Like I do notice that my housemate wears a lot of, like, he wears his noise, canceling headphones all the time and I can see the little light on, so it's definitely on.
[00:16:38] So I think I'm just a bit of a based around the house. Um, and like
[00:16:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:42] probably maybe communication.
[00:16:44] Basil Gerard: [00:16:44] I might be a little bit bad with like, uh, I will just go out and not come home. And like, you know, um,
[00:16:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:51] I'm a bit of a mommy's boy. So like, if I was back in Bendigo or something,
[00:16:55] Basil Gerard: [00:16:55] I text my mom, but I don't, I probably don't hand that off to my housemates as [00:17:00] much.
[00:17:00] I just, don't kind of think
[00:17:01] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:01] of I'm like, they're adults, I'll be fine.
[00:17:03] Basil Gerard: [00:17:03] But then I, you know, there is that thing of like, well, should I leave some lights on? Should I like, yeah. All that stuff should be
[00:17:16] Mr. 97: [00:17:16] JP. What about you?
[00:17:18] GB: [00:17:18] Uh, yeah, I mean, it's probably just leaving stuff around the house. Like if I set up my computer or something, I'd just, it'll take me a few days to take it back downstairs.
[00:17:28] Mr. 97: [00:17:28] Same boat. I'm in the exact same boat
[00:17:31] Grace Peris: [00:17:31] we should ask Mason.
[00:17:34] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:34] Ah,
[00:17:34] Mr. 97: [00:17:34] well, definitely just leaving shit everywhere. Um, But, you know what?
[00:17:40] I, you know what, I bring this back to similar situation with the floormate there's not enough storage in the bedroom. And so
[00:17:46] Jess Lucas: [00:17:46] literally lives on the floor.
[00:17:48] Mr. 97: [00:17:48] The floor mat. No, no, no. You can't keep the floor mat on the floor.
[00:17:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:51] Oh yeah.
[00:17:53] Mr. 97: [00:17:53] You gotta, you gotta put,
[00:17:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:54] yeah. Hanging up, like over the shower or whatever, let it dry off.
[00:17:58] Mr. 97: [00:17:58] But
[00:17:59] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:59] yeah, you're [00:18:00] not absolutely socked after you're done.
[00:18:02] GB: [00:18:02] Yeah. I'm also not great at cleaning the bathroom. Okay. Like, I don't like clean the toilet very often.
[00:18:11] Mr. 97: [00:18:11] Yeah. I mean this, this, the next question. Um,
[00:18:16] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:16] well this is the first question
[00:18:18] Basil Gerard: [00:18:18] anyone
[00:18:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:19] anyone's getting signed up.
[00:18:21] Mr. 97: [00:18:21] Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, so, well, I don't think this question is going to help because.
[00:18:25] If you were willing to go to prison for 15 years for a single crime, what would that crime be? I will tell you, these are literally things to ask your housemate.
[00:18:34] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:34] We were probably going to
[00:18:35] Jess Lucas: [00:18:35] be killing my housemate if they don't.
[00:18:42] GB: [00:18:42] Oh, it's got to be some sort of self-defense thing. Like for the greater good, like I killed some guy because he was attacking someone else and. I know,
[00:18:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:53] make
[00:18:54] GB: [00:18:54] me look like a hero, basically.
[00:18:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:56] Yeah.
[00:18:57] Basil Gerard: [00:18:57] Hell yeah. I I'd like something like that, you know, going down in [00:19:00] a place of glory, like, you know, trying to save someone else's life or whatever, getting framed in like the worst way and spending 15 years, like trying to try and get my way out or something like that.
[00:19:11] Grace Peris: [00:19:11] Um, I was gonna say, just tax fraud.
[00:19:21] Accidentally committee yet, like, you know, trusting it to my accountants and my lawyers. And then they kind of they're the bad people, but because I've signed off on it, I didn't really know how it works, but I'm just thinking, this is how it works. That's how I go down. And then I'm like,
[00:19:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:36] I
[00:19:36] GB: [00:19:36] respect in jail.
[00:19:38] Cause that's the first thing they say is what did you do? Yeah. Wait crime.
[00:19:42] Grace Peris: [00:19:42] And it was like J J Bay over here.
[00:19:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:46] Did kill someone, but say something
[00:19:47] GB: [00:19:47] like that.
[00:19:49] Mr. 97: [00:19:49] Yeah. I would get done for tax road as well. So look, I'm probably
[00:19:53] GB: [00:19:53] not looking at
[00:19:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:56] all right. So
[00:19:57] Jess Lucas: [00:19:57] I see a good accountant. And then
[00:20:01] [00:20:00] Mr. 97: [00:20:01] th this is the last one. What conditions do you require to sleep? Starting with you, basil
[00:20:07] Jess Lucas: [00:20:07] shit. Are these questions?
[00:20:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:09] I'm pretty, I think I'm pretty sweet
[00:20:10] Basil Gerard: [00:20:10] to be honest. I think that that's a one, you know, um, I think I, the, the, the earlier evidence of the foldout couch, like I can kind of sleep anywhere.
[00:20:20] Um, I probably don't have the best sleep hygiene if we're talking like sound and light and. And all of that stuff. I think
[00:20:26] Mr. 97: [00:20:26] if I shave the sheets are okay, they're
[00:20:30] Basil Gerard: [00:20:30] super hot. So I kick off the dome. I don't even have that. So I think
[00:20:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:35] that is the real question.
[00:20:39] Grace Peris: [00:20:39] I was just about to say, my conditions are a top shade and
[00:20:42] Jess Lucas: [00:20:42] I,
[00:20:43] Grace Peris: [00:20:43] I haven't had a top sheet for four months.
[00:20:47] Jess Lucas: [00:20:47] God, you couldn't sleep because she
[00:20:50] Grace Peris: [00:20:50] doesn't want one.
[00:20:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:51] There's nothing good about it.
[00:20:53] Mr. 97: [00:20:53] Nothing good about it. She
[00:20:54] Jess Lucas: [00:20:54] checks your sweat from your doona.
[00:20:58] Mr. 97: [00:20:58] It's okay.
[00:20:59] GB: [00:20:59] No, you [00:21:00] don't need it. They get tiny,
[00:21:01] Mr. 97: [00:21:01] expensive.
[00:21:02] Grace Peris: [00:21:02] Mason's coming to Perth for a month and a half. We'll have a top shake there.
[00:21:05] Jess Lucas: [00:21:05] You'll convert him there and
[00:21:06] Basil Gerard: [00:21:06] then
[00:21:08] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:08] straight jacket of a top sheet.
[00:21:11] GB: [00:21:11] The
[00:21:11] Grace Peris: [00:21:11] problem actually, hang on the other night, you did say, Oh, I just wish I had a top sheet. And I was like, Oh,
[00:21:16] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:16] wow.
[00:21:18] Mr. 97: [00:21:18] No, no, no, wait, we're going to have to fact check Twitter and Trump. The, the
[00:21:23] GB: [00:21:23] shit
[00:21:24] Mr. 97: [00:21:24] I did not say I needed a top shape. I said, I need a sheet because the device too heavy, I don't need a tuck sheet tucked into the bottom of the bed.
[00:21:31] Cause that's too much. If it's hot, it'd be nice. Just to have a little shape
[00:21:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:35] anyway.
[00:21:37] GB: [00:21:37] And no donor,
[00:21:38] Mr. 97: [00:21:38] no tuna.
[00:21:39] Jess Lucas: [00:21:39] Do you guys don't have a summer dinner and a winter dinner? No, I have like thin, like a thin, um, like quilt kind of thing. That's like, it's just, it just goes over my top sheet and then it's just like a thinner thing.
[00:21:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:53] hot. I mean,
[00:21:54] Mr. 97: [00:21:54] grace knows how pedantic I am when it comes to sleeping as well. So I wouldn't yeah. [00:22:00] Conditionals. Uh, the room has to probably be a cool 18, 16, 16 degrees, I would say.
[00:22:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:22:09] Yeah,
[00:22:10] Mr. 97: [00:22:10] definitely. It needs to be a very cold room. Um,
[00:22:13] GB: [00:22:13] can you slate that? Like, are you someone that wakes up in the middle of the night?
[00:22:17] Mr. 97: [00:22:17] Not so I always wake up at about four o'clock to go to the toilet. Just no matter what it is, no matter how much I've had like water or whatever to drink, like still waking up. But yeah, it has now, what is it? A condition
[00:22:33] Jess Lucas: [00:22:33] apparently I've heard that if you wake up at certain times, it might mean that you're deficient in some things.
[00:22:37] So it could just be like zinc or it could be yeah, you live here or something like that. So you should
[00:22:41] Mr. 97: [00:22:41] Google it.
[00:22:43] Jess Lucas: [00:22:43] Yeah, when you
[00:22:44] Mr. 97: [00:22:44] are. Okay. Okay. No, I will look into that. No, that's good. You sit down
[00:22:48] GB: [00:22:48] in the middle of the night.
[00:22:50] Mr. 97: [00:22:50] Nah, nah, no,
[00:22:52] Jess Lucas: [00:22:52] never
[00:22:57] GB: [00:22:57] yeah, it was dark.
[00:22:59] Jess Lucas: [00:22:59] Let's do [00:23:00] that. 24 seven.
[00:23:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:03] He's a
[00:23:03] GB: [00:23:03] big advocate for sitting down to peace.
[00:23:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:05] The sit down. Yeah,
[00:23:06] Mr. 97: [00:23:06] I do it when I'm tired. Yeah. I get the phone yet.
[00:23:10] Jess Lucas: [00:23:10] Did you have to hold? Is it like a little hose?
[00:23:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:13] Just to point it, strap it down.
[00:23:17] Mr. 97: [00:23:17] Yeah. You gotta be careful. Well, you gotta be very careful, but I, yeah, like I don't like, um, any lights in the bedroom, like we have, uh, like a multi box or whatever.
[00:23:26] It's got a red light on it. I covered that with pillow. So you can't see it. So it has to be completely dark. It has to be cold if there's breathing in my ear, not having any of it. Um,
[00:23:42] GB: [00:23:42] if they're
[00:23:47] Grace Peris: [00:23:47] bringing this up again.
[00:23:48] Mr. 97: [00:23:48] Oh my gosh. It's um,
[00:23:50] GB: [00:23:50] what about waking up? Are you, are you good in the morning, mace?
[00:23:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:54] Uh,
[00:23:55] GB: [00:23:55] that crisis shaking the head. Well, I'm not that
[00:23:58] Mr. 97: [00:23:58] bad.
[00:24:01] [00:24:00] GB: [00:24:01] Right.
[00:24:02] Grace Peris: [00:24:02] Nah, I'm not really, but I'm better than Mason. I said, yeah, I am this isn't
[00:24:09] GB: [00:24:09] this isn't us discussing .
[00:24:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:24:13] I do think that that is
[00:24:14] Basil Gerard: [00:24:14] a theme of hump day replace just, you know, relationship, status, check every time.
[00:24:19] And I love it.
[00:24:22] Grace Peris: [00:24:22] How they go? How they survived. Are they surviving another week?
[00:24:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:24:26] Yeah, it's a little,
[00:24:27] Basil Gerard: [00:24:27] it's a little through line.
[00:24:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:24:28] I it's, it's great.
[00:24:29] GB: [00:24:29] Cause it feels like you guys separate because you're on different screens. You're just having a break.
[00:24:38] Grace Peris: [00:24:38] Great. Thank you, George, for having me on
[00:24:42] GB: [00:24:42] one more question about piecing in the middle of the night. Do you like how far away is your toilet? Do you have to go upstairs?
[00:24:48] Mr. 97: [00:24:48] I get, no, I do have to go upstairs. It's
[00:24:50] GB: [00:24:50] so annoying.
[00:24:51] Mr. 97: [00:24:51] Yeah. Yeah. So it was slightly annoying. Cause like this morning, like the light was on.
[00:24:55] So I had to put like shorts on and everything to go. Yeah. It's [00:25:00] annoying. It is annoying. And there is, there is that consideration of just like, can I hold on. Yeah. And then you have a dream where you're pissing in your dreams and then you're not sure if you've. Yeah, wait the bed. So it's, um, it looks like
[00:25:15] GB: [00:25:15] it.
[00:25:15] Have you never
[00:25:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:15] had that before? No, I, yeah, I, yep. I, yeah. I've weighed the bed
[00:25:24] Mr. 97: [00:25:24] in your drain,
[00:25:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:26] IRL. Uh, Not my finest hour. Uh, no, not for, not for a very, very,
[00:25:32] Basil Gerard: [00:25:32] very, very, very, very long time.
[00:25:34] Mr. 97: [00:25:34] Couple of weeks.
[00:25:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:35] Yeah. I was gonna say, I'm very good, but I just got back from a holiday
[00:25:39] Basil Gerard: [00:25:39] with the folks and it was the middle of the night kind of thing.
[00:25:42] And I got up, I didn't know where any of the lights, which is when I didn't have my phone with me. Because I didn't have any reception. So I was like, Sweetwater, can't be swiping and playing words with me, mom.
[00:25:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:53] And so I'm kind of like,
[00:25:55] Basil Gerard: [00:25:55] shit, I don't know where any of the lights which is on. So I'm like kind of out into the whole way.
[00:25:59] And then I eventually [00:26:00] found the toilet and I'm like bursting, but
[00:26:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:02] I didn't want to turn the light
[00:26:04] Basil Gerard: [00:26:04] on because it was attached to a fan. It was one of those ones where it's like, as soon as you hit the light on the exhaust fan goes on.
[00:26:10] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:10] So I was like, Oh no. And I'm something like almost hands and knees,
[00:26:13] Basil Gerard: [00:26:13] like trying to find like the ball in the, uh, in the till I got there, I got there.
[00:26:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:20] And then, um,
[00:26:21] Basil Gerard: [00:26:21] then it was a thunderstorm. So I didn't, I didn't have to worry too much about like noise and all of that. So it was like, obviously my mum. She's like 17 and she's like, are you okay? I'm
[00:26:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:31] like,
[00:26:31] Basil Gerard: [00:26:31] yes, mom. I'm good. Thanks back
[00:26:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:33] to bed.
[00:26:36] Grace Peris: [00:26:36] Reminds me of a skit that Michael McIntyre does of getting, going from the bed to the toilet.
[00:26:41] And then the fan goes on and it's like wakes the whole house up. And he's like,
[00:26:44] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:44] creaking floor
[00:26:45] Grace Peris: [00:26:45] didn't know that there was a fan until that moment. It's just like, Ugh, nightmare.
[00:26:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:50] So brutal.
[00:26:52] GB: [00:26:52] Any school Mason anymore?
[00:26:55] Mr. 97: [00:26:55] Who would you pick?
[00:26:57] GB: [00:26:57] Yeah. Who would you pick?
[00:26:58] Mr. 97: [00:26:58] Um,
[00:27:00] [00:27:00] GB: [00:27:00] who would you pick?
[00:27:01] Mr. 97: [00:27:01] Who would I pick hanging on?
[00:27:02] So George you're rescuing someone for a crime and your worst habit is not cleaning up. Anything?
[00:27:09] GB: [00:27:09] No, no, no. Clean, just
[00:27:11] Mr. 97: [00:27:11] leave, putting stuff
[00:27:12] GB: [00:27:12] away, leave my shit. Sure.
[00:27:14] Mr. 97: [00:27:14] And basil, you were going to save someone as well and your. Worst habit was beaten. Noisy,
[00:27:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:20] I reckon.
[00:27:21] Mr. 97: [00:27:21] Okay. Fisher bit noise at nighttime, but noisy at night time.
[00:27:26] GB: [00:27:26] No, when he's going out for a walk.
[00:27:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:28] Yes. That's the other thing. Yeah, no, that's
[00:27:30] Basil Gerard: [00:27:30] probably not going to work out.
[00:27:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:33] We're not tent buddies.
[00:27:35] GB: [00:27:35] Just, just, what were you,
[00:27:36] Mr. 97: [00:27:36] were you again? So you. You were going to go away for
[00:27:40] Jess Lucas: [00:27:40] the dishes. I'm going to kill my house, man. If you pissed me off,
[00:27:44] Mr. 97: [00:27:44] not Jess.
[00:27:45] GB: [00:27:45] It's either
[00:27:46] Mr. 97: [00:27:46] JB or grace.
[00:27:50] GB: [00:27:50] I mean, with me,
[00:27:52] Jess Lucas: [00:27:52] with grace.
[00:27:52] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:52] Yeah.
[00:27:54] GB: [00:27:54] Well, I hope it to yourself when I'm with me.
[00:27:59] Mr. 97: [00:27:59] Oh,
[00:28:02] [00:28:00] GB: [00:28:02] I'll be in a different room.
[00:28:04] Jess Lucas: [00:28:04] Oh, I see. Yes.
[00:28:08] GB: [00:28:08] Uh, look,
[00:28:11] Mr. 97: [00:28:11] am I in hot water if I choose JB?
[00:28:14] Grace Peris: [00:28:14] Absolutely not.
[00:28:18] Jess Lucas: [00:28:18] to get rid of you anyway.
[00:28:25] GB: [00:28:25] happy with that.
[00:28:26] Jess Lucas: [00:28:26] Well, let's go down to a dance after the scribes.
[00:28:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:28:30] You just get a floor mat for yourself. Yeah.
[00:28:36] Jess Lucas: [00:28:36] Might even get you a heater for your bedroom.
[00:28:41] Grace Peris: [00:28:41] Really treat myself
[00:28:42] GB: [00:28:42] well. Um, it's something now that we're housemates, mace, uh, Maybe I can wear some of your clothes. Absolutely not. Okay.
[00:28:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:28:53] Because this way
[00:28:54] GB: [00:28:54] there's a bit of a brainstorming session, uh, that Josh and Tommy had about whether I would look good [00:29:00] in some clothes that they picked.
[00:29:01] Do you know who would rock a really, really good melon? Jamie look sick in a mallet. And a tight t-shirt that says hump day replay on it, but just like one of those really sort of potentially even seeing his button,
[00:29:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:15] he's got a, he's got a great look, JB. I think he does. He's got
[00:29:18] GB: [00:29:18] that.
[00:29:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:19] Uh, my mom said
[00:29:21] GB: [00:29:21] George is so interesting looking
[00:29:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:23] like in a nice way.
[00:29:24] It was like,
[00:29:25] GB: [00:29:25] and I was like, I get it. Mama said, George has that movie star look,
[00:29:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:29] you know, like he's got,
[00:29:31] GB: [00:29:31] it's just got this, look about
[00:29:32] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:32] it. I
[00:29:32] GB: [00:29:32] love you too. So how, but where, how do you feel about us all dressing GB? We do, we do it an episode and we all have to come up with different styles and then everyone votes on which style they like the most.
[00:29:45] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:45] I love it. Can we at least have him wear it to the Christmas party? I liked that idea. I can imagine
[00:29:49] GB: [00:29:49] him in
[00:29:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:50] overalls
[00:29:51] GB: [00:29:51] now. That'd be not in overalls.
[00:29:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:29:54] Did overall white T
[00:29:57] GB: [00:29:57] mullet sounding good. [00:30:00] I'm excited. Um, first thing I'm very good with mums. Mums. Love me. All right. Thank you. I appreciate it. Um, so yeah, there's two moms like Tommy's mom thinks I looked like a movie star happy with that.
[00:30:19] Um, Were you, uh, were you a mum guy?
[00:30:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:30:22] Bezel?
[00:30:23] Basil Gerard: [00:30:23] I'm deaf, definitely a mom guy. Uh,
[00:30:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:30:26] yeah, no, the older, when I I've done a lot of like,
[00:30:29] Basil Gerard: [00:30:29] um, hospital over the years and that is my core demo. Um, especially for tips, it's like, um, you know, the
[00:30:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:30:36] old docs, they love it. Just like just floating my face off.
[00:30:40] Basil Gerard: [00:30:40] Uh,
[00:30:41] Tommy Jackett: [00:30:41] and yeah,
[00:30:42] Basil Gerard: [00:30:42] just getting, like getting
[00:30:43] Tommy Jackett: [00:30:43] money stuffed in the apron, like the bed.
[00:30:48] GB: [00:30:48] Right. Well, what would you dress me in? Then, if you're going to, if you're going to, if we're going to do a fashion show, What do you think? Oh, look at him.
[00:31:00] [00:31:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:00] Um, I don't know if I've ever seen you, but like a,
[00:31:02] Basil Gerard: [00:31:02] a,
[00:31:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:02] in like a matching tracksuit. God
[00:31:04] Basil Gerard: [00:31:04] damn. That would be strike fire. Yeah.
[00:31:07] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:07] would love that. Like
[00:31:08] Basil Gerard: [00:31:08] an old school, Nike.
[00:31:09] I, I could see that, um, you'd rock shades. Uh,
[00:31:12] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:12] I think it
[00:31:12] Basil Gerard: [00:31:12] wasn't in the montage, but I heard like the yellow overalls and like, I instantly just saw that I was like, heck yes. With like a straw hat. Yeah.
[00:31:23] GB: [00:31:23] Yeah. Mustard is good on me. Yes.
[00:31:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:26] I was about to say that no one can say that
[00:31:29] GB: [00:31:29] I've actually gotten like way more plain as he is like last few years.
[00:31:33] Just like. Go more minimal. Like I reckon I used Josh a little bit as a style icon.
[00:31:38] Basil Gerard: [00:31:38] Ah, he will
[00:31:39] Tommy Jackett: [00:31:39] love that
[00:31:42] GB: [00:31:42] black dangerous, like, yeah, he will love that. I like what Joshua is. Um, Marino will, well, he needs to get more of those. I was speaking to him in braids the other day and there's been a contentious issue around the laundry and he just said, well, just buy me more.
[00:31:58] Marina will [00:32:00] shirts. She said, No.
[00:32:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:09] I was going to say, would you be up for,
[00:32:11] Basil Gerard: [00:32:11] you know, uh, someone dressing you like each day of the week? Cause my, one of my friends, like that's, that's what we did for him. Uh, he went on
[00:32:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:20] not the first date, but
[00:32:21] Basil Gerard: [00:32:21] an early date with a girl. And his fashion sense was so
[00:32:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:23] bad. She cried. She said,
[00:32:25] Basil Gerard: [00:32:25] I can't be with someone with this bad fashion.
[00:32:28] He's a wholesome human,
[00:32:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:29] but this is what to, to a date,
[00:32:31] Basil Gerard: [00:32:31] which he was meeting her
[00:32:32] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:32] friends.
[00:32:33] Basil Gerard: [00:32:33] He wore like, um,
[00:32:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:35] Like three quarter
[00:32:36] Basil Gerard: [00:32:36] pants and reef shoes,
[00:32:38] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:38] you know, reef shoes, like yeah. And she cried, which I, and
[00:32:42] Basil Gerard: [00:32:42] they had been together 10 years. So it's, there's a happy ending, but yeah, the first time that I heard that she,
[00:32:48] GB: [00:32:48] right.
[00:32:48] So did he then go on more dates with her in different styles?
[00:32:52] Tommy Jackett: [00:32:52] Yeah. He got his
[00:32:52] Basil Gerard: [00:32:52] friends to dress him, um, uh, like for like five kind of. Like, um, days in a row and then they, then she got to [00:33:00] pick like, which style kind of suited him. Cause he really, he didn't care. That was the thing. He literally just didn't care.
[00:33:04] He was like, you I'll wear whatever you want to like, put like I'm a
[00:33:07] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:07] canvas baby. Paint me.
[00:33:08] Basil Gerard: [00:33:08] So, uh, yeah. So,
[00:33:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:11] and he was looking fresh and I asked him, I was like, so
[00:33:13] Basil Gerard: [00:33:13] who dresses you these days? And he like turns to his little lady and she's like, yeah, that's right. That's me. So I was like,
[00:33:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:19] I kind of
[00:33:20] Jess Lucas: [00:33:20] breaks my heart a little bit though.
[00:33:21] That's like, imagine receiving that
[00:33:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:23] feedback. So the teas, and I don't know if she like
[00:33:26] Basil Gerard: [00:33:26] burst out in tears in front of him. I think it was like, it was like a two herself or two went to the, to the bathroom or something like that. And, um,
[00:33:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:33] now they're lovely. I, it does sound
[00:33:35] Basil Gerard: [00:33:35] brutal, doesn't it? That, uh,
[00:33:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:37] really brutal
[00:33:38] Basil Gerard: [00:33:38] sounds really brutal, but I think she was just like, ah, maybe cause it's like a, uh, a date and, uh, you know, um, he's meeting my friends, like trying to make a good impression and see what she's like.
[00:33:48] Oh my
[00:33:49] Grace Peris: [00:33:49] God.
[00:33:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:33:50] Oh no.
[00:33:51] GB: [00:33:51] I mean, do you guys look back at like your old school photos and stuff and just cringe a bit at the outfits? Like my biggest criticism was too many patterns, [00:34:00] so I'd wear like pattern shorts, pattern shirt.
[00:34:04] Grace Peris: [00:34:04] I feel like that's coming back in though. GB. Oh, you're okay. I feel like patterns are coming back in and people are liking to, you know,
[00:34:10] Tommy Jackett: [00:34:10] Yeah, you're a trailblazer.
[00:34:11] You just too early to think you just went too early.
[00:34:15] GB: [00:34:15] What if somebody just had
[00:34:16] Jess Lucas: [00:34:16] a uniform as well?
[00:34:18] GB: [00:34:18] Did you
[00:34:19] Grace Peris: [00:34:19] have a uniform? My, my blazer was, um, poo Brown colored. So.
[00:34:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:34:28] I will wait too many, like
[00:34:30] Basil Gerard: [00:34:30] foreign cities on my top. So it'd be like, Oh, soccer and then like 72. So it was like S and w you know, to flourish, like just
[00:34:38] Tommy Jackett: [00:34:38] gross.
[00:34:39] Basil Gerard: [00:34:39] That was the thing, Jess, I don't know if you remember that cruising through Bendigo, but like just the like cotton on like flu road, like Niani kind of
[00:34:47] Jess Lucas: [00:34:47] colors or whatever you call it streets to me.
[00:34:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:34:50] Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Susie. Yeah, yeah,
[00:34:52] Basil Gerard: [00:34:52] yeah, yeah. Oh my God. Gross. Yucky.
[00:34:57] Grace Peris: [00:34:57] I was gonna say the flouro supri.
[00:35:00] [00:34:59] GB: [00:34:59] Ooh.
[00:35:02] Grace Peris: [00:35:02] The, I was born in the nineties kid top was very popular.
[00:35:05] Jess Lucas: [00:35:05] Yeah. Do you remember those belts that we'd go around your waist and that. Big ass, chunky things that like literally sat around and like he'd loop it through a hole.
[00:35:13] And then back through another like little circles at the end, what is wrong with us? The tops that would like be tied around your thighs and then like, loosen.
[00:35:25] Grace Peris: [00:35:25] What
[00:35:25] Jess Lucas: [00:35:25] they have, and then you would wear that belt over the top, obviously,
[00:35:28] Grace Peris: [00:35:28] or you'd wear the tie belts. You know, the ones that would literally just like a piece of material, like leather material, and then you just like tie them around.
[00:35:34] So you'd be like, Oh, it's awful.
[00:35:37] GB: [00:35:37] Did you guys say at school, did you have like a Mufti day? What's
[00:35:41] Jess Lucas: [00:35:41] that is that
[00:35:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:35:42] you guys don't know that I've said that word
[00:35:44] GB: [00:35:44] in here before, but like, uh,
[00:35:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:35:50] Not
[00:35:50] GB: [00:35:50] tonight. I just, I just heard it just say Mufti day. I don't know why. That's just what we call.
[00:35:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:35:56] We called it a
[00:35:56] Basil Gerard: [00:35:56] casual clothes day
[00:36:01] [00:36:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:36:01] jeans
[00:36:01] Jess Lucas: [00:36:01] day as well.
[00:36:03] Grace Peris: [00:36:03] Wait, we never had those at high school when allowed,
[00:36:06] Jess Lucas: [00:36:06] wait,
[00:36:07] GB: [00:36:07] all my schools, no uniforms. Just wear whatever you want. In fact, I remember it. Um, in primary school it was even loose. We just had to wear a red shirt and our principal would give us 10 cents for the canteen. If we wore a red shirt, We got paid to wear uniform.
[00:36:21] Cause everyone
[00:36:22] Mr. 97: [00:36:22] just wore one broken up in
[00:36:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:36:23] Moroni. He's like, well you tried . Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly.
[00:36:30] Basil Gerard: [00:36:30] Yeah. Just five says break it. Yeah. You got halfway there, baby.
[00:36:33] GB: [00:36:33] Have you ever gone to the mullet bezel?
[00:36:35] Basil Gerard: [00:36:35] Oh, well, yeah, I've just had a fresh cut and I left it long and I, um, I had a little bit of a mullet. It was.
[00:36:43] You know, it was probably the first time I've ever looked dead in the mirror. And I could, I could say the little ski jump on your back. Yeah. The little, the little dangle is at the back of the, uh, the spoiler, the hospital or the back.
[00:36:57] Tommy Jackett: [00:36:57] Yeah.
[00:36:58] GB: [00:36:58] You have to wear your ma like I [00:37:00] got a haircut recently and I had, I wore my mask.
[00:37:02] It was pretty weird. Pull your mask down too, to cut around the sides and then.
[00:37:07] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:07] She's touching your face.
[00:37:09] Mr. 97: [00:37:09] Mine was my, the barber actually completely took mine off. Yeah. Right. It was on he's like, can you just take it off? And then he did it and then put it back on when he was doing the top. Yeah.
[00:37:19] Basil Gerard: [00:37:19] Same as.
[00:37:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:19] Can I, can I put a,
[00:37:20] Basil Gerard: [00:37:20] like my hat into the ring for the no banter? Baba?
[00:37:23] Mr. 97: [00:37:23] Yeah. Okay, great. Yeah. No.
[00:37:25] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:25] Um, you know, it's
[00:37:27] Basil Gerard: [00:37:27] not going to be controversial because I like somewhere in the middle, so a little bit boring, but, um,
[00:37:32] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:32] I just think it's all about
[00:37:33] Basil Gerard: [00:37:33] the actual Banta like,
[00:37:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:35] if the Baba, if anyone doesn't have chat, I don't want to waste my time with humans
[00:37:39] Basil Gerard: [00:37:39] that don't have chat.
[00:37:40] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:40] So yeah. Like let's not do that. So if there's no chat, if it's average chat, if it's shit chat. Yeah. It's cool. I don't,
[00:37:48] Basil Gerard: [00:37:48] I don't want to talk about the holiday. Like if, if you're, if you're not going to pick up what I'm putting down. But,
[00:37:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:37:54] um, I've waited. I waited
[00:37:55] Basil Gerard: [00:37:55] like nine months to get my haircut because I love my Scottish Baba so much.
[00:37:59] And we have [00:38:00] these like
[00:38:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:00] being you this like
[00:38:01] Basil Gerard: [00:38:01] magical thing. Uh, and he actually commented on my. My lightest photo, I put the, the, um, you know, the fresh wig with mama bear, like up on Instagram. And he commented. He's like, look and shop as, and I was like,
[00:38:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:13] thanks, man.
[00:38:16] Basil Gerard: [00:38:16] It's awesome. We, yeah, I was like in the middle chair of like three chairs and we will, we will have an, a time.
[00:38:22] Yeah, it was, we should do a podcast actually.
[00:38:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:26] Oh, Scottish
[00:38:28] Jess Lucas: [00:38:28] accents.
[00:38:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:29] Oh, hot
[00:38:32] Grace Peris: [00:38:32] meet my family
[00:38:34] GB: [00:38:34] for real. Yeah.
[00:38:36] Grace Peris: [00:38:36] Yeah. Mum's side.
[00:38:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:37] All Scottish. Oh, wow. Yeah. Are
[00:38:40] Basil Gerard: [00:38:40] they in, are they a lot of them in Australia?
[00:38:44] Grace Peris: [00:38:44] Yeah. Australia. Yeah. They all migrated here like 50 years ago.
[00:38:48] Tommy Jackett: [00:38:48] Have you been able to
[00:38:49] Grace Peris: [00:38:49] still have accents? Pardon?
[00:38:51] Sorry, George,
[00:38:52] GB: [00:38:52] have you been over there?
[00:38:53] Grace Peris: [00:38:53] Yeah, I went over like four years ago and visited the family house, but yet all the Scottish accents. And I mean, sometimes you can't [00:39:00] like, if they're talking really fast, it's a bit like, Oh, what was that again? But now it's, it's nice to hear
[00:39:06] Mr. 97: [00:39:06] a little bit of trivia Grice actually told me yesterday that she has a lady.
[00:39:11] You can call the lady. Grace.
[00:39:14] GB: [00:39:14] Are you serious? You're a lady. Grace.
[00:39:16] Tommy Jackett: [00:39:16] That's awesome.
[00:39:18] Grace Peris: [00:39:18] But it's like a conservation kind of thing in Scotland, you buy a piece of land and you can legally put lady in front of your name.
[00:39:26] GB: [00:39:26] I mentioned Andy did it. They bought at square meter and now Lords.
[00:39:30] Grace Peris: [00:39:30] Yeah.
[00:39:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:39:31] So my brother and
[00:39:32] Grace Peris: [00:39:32] lady and Lord
[00:39:33] Tommy Jackett: [00:39:33] is your brother-in-law.
[00:39:34] He's a Lord
[00:39:35] Mr. 97: [00:39:35] cost 80 bucks.
[00:39:37] Grace Peris: [00:39:37] Yeah.
[00:39:38] GB: [00:39:38] It's pretty cool. Do you have a D do you have to fill out the form and write lady?
[00:39:41] Grace Peris: [00:39:41] No, I did. Cause when you, when you got sent the kind of package, it was like to change your name to like legally to lady grace, you have to fill out some other form, obviously, but we never did that, but I was like, well, maybe I will.
[00:39:53] We'll see if I feel like it. Yeah.
[00:39:57] Mr. 97: [00:39:57] Well, 38 days until 38 days until Christmas, you [00:40:00] can get 10% off.
[00:40:02] GB: [00:40:02] Oh really?
[00:40:02] Basil Gerard: [00:40:02] Yeah. Not
[00:40:03] Grace Peris: [00:40:03] sponsored
[00:40:06] Mr. 97: [00:40:06] 72 AUD for, to become a lead lead lead lead Lord or lady of land,
[00:40:15] Grace Peris: [00:40:15] just like this. I think the Scottish kind of term for Lord.
[00:40:18] Mr. 97: [00:40:18] Okay. Yeah. I mean, I guess when you say it with the accent, it probably sounds like that as well.
[00:40:23] GB: [00:40:23] Well, that's a good piece of trivia. Mace. Yeah, we did a bit of trivia during the week with Jake Johnson and then Josh's brother James cracked. It said night. Jake's no good at trivia. Get me on. So we got him on that was also a slight disaster. So we thought that we'd play a little bit of trivia with BAS.
[00:40:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:40:46] You know, I, it, so
[00:40:50] GB: [00:40:50] last time we did Bendigo only trivia.
[00:40:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:40:53] Yeah. I still socked absolutely smoked me.
[00:40:58] Mr. 97: [00:40:58] You've got this,
[00:40:59] GB: [00:40:59] but with [00:41:00] this, this week, we're doing trivia for everyone and it's got a own opener. Is anyone in your team?
[00:41:14] I'm the one that's good at trivia. Yeah.
[00:41:18] Jess Lucas: [00:41:18] Your best work
[00:41:20] Basil Gerard: [00:41:20] really?
[00:41:21] Mr. 97: [00:41:21] I love it. Jay Bay.
[00:41:22] GB: [00:41:22] Never gonna trip you up.
[00:41:23] Mr. 97: [00:41:23] And Josh is awful at trivia. I will just say that. I just don't think he's attributed guy.
[00:41:30] GB: [00:41:30] Well, actually the bit that I cut out there, when he said I'm the one that's good at trivia, he was quoting.
[00:41:35] Basil Gerard: [00:41:35] Oh,
[00:41:36] GB: [00:41:36] it's a lot of context
[00:41:39] Tommy Jackett: [00:41:39] classy.
[00:41:40] Mr. 97: [00:41:40] Well, so I thought, I mean, during the week we also talked about some business acronyms. So, um, this trivia is a mix of trivia trivia, and then business acronym trivia. So, uh, Jump. If you, if you know the answer, jump in your name's your buzzer. Um, okay. Yep. We're ready to go.
[00:42:00] [00:41:59] GB: [00:41:59] Sorry.
[00:42:01] Basil Gerard: [00:42:01] Chris has to say Lord, right?
[00:42:07] Mr. 97: [00:42:07] led.
[00:42:08] Tommy Jackett: [00:42:08] Yeah. Basil. Okay,
[00:42:11] GB: [00:42:11] great.
[00:42:12] Mr. 97: [00:42:12] Okay. So question one. Where was the world's first surf lifesaving club founded
[00:42:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:42:19] queen basil,
[00:42:20] Basil Gerard: [00:42:20] uh, ocean Grove.
[00:42:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:42:22] No, it should be up in Sydney dam.
[00:42:23] Basil Gerard: [00:42:23] Um,
[00:42:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:42:27] ah,
[00:42:30] Grace Peris: [00:42:30] it's like Coogee in Sydney? No.
[00:42:34] Mr. 97: [00:42:34] Okay. By the way, um, how many, how many rounds am I doing before I give you guys the answer?
[00:42:39] Jess Lucas: [00:42:39] We all get one age.
[00:42:40] Mr. 97: [00:42:40] Yeah. Okay. All right. This is going to be a long trivia.
[00:42:43] Jess Lucas: [00:42:43] Okay.
[00:42:44] GB: [00:42:44] Not
[00:42:45] Grace Peris: [00:42:45] to tape it. It's in Sydney,
[00:42:48] Mr. 97: [00:42:48] ti
[00:42:50] GB: [00:42:50] Paramatta,
[00:42:52] Mr. 97: [00:42:52] hang on. Where are you getting tea from? It's Bondai beach.
[00:42:57] Tommy Jackett: [00:42:57] Isn't that what I said
[00:43:02] [00:43:00] so far off.
[00:43:04] Mr. 97: [00:43:04] All right. Question two. What was beyond say's first solo album.
[00:43:15] Ah, come on. I put this in just me.
[00:43:18] Jess Lucas: [00:43:18] I know, but I don't know if I've got it right.
[00:43:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:43:20] Basil diary of Sasha fierce. He said something like
[00:43:23] Grace Peris: [00:43:23] I was going to say I'm Sasha fierce. no,
[00:43:29] Jess Lucas: [00:43:29] uh, I'm just going to call, is it? It's like 25, I think.
[00:43:33] GB: [00:43:33] Yeah. I was going to say it's a number one, right?
[00:43:34] Jess Lucas: [00:43:34] Yeah. I think it's 25.
[00:43:36] Mr. 97: [00:43:36] Well, look, the answer that I've got.
[00:43:39] Is dangerously in love. Oh,
[00:43:42] Jess Lucas: [00:43:42] a single surely
[00:43:44] Mr. 97: [00:43:44] first solo studio album by American senior fiance released on January 17, 2003. Do you want to do them? All right. Yeah, here we go. So according to the crimes [00:44:00] act of 1958 in Melbourne, you may not a trade with a pirate B drive a goat attached to a vehicle C change, a light bulb without a license electrician D wear pink pants after noon on Sunday or E all of the above
[00:44:17] Jess Lucas: [00:44:17] the lady, grace, all of the above.
[00:44:20] GB: [00:44:20] Nope. I
[00:44:23] Jess Lucas: [00:44:23] was going to say, see, I think now I've forgotten them, but yes, let's look
[00:44:27] GB: [00:44:27] see. Yeah,
[00:44:27] Mr. 97: [00:44:27] no, that's I it's, um, tried with the pirate
[00:44:33] Grace Peris: [00:44:33] isn't there another loss of my, where you can't carry like over eight kilos of potatoes or something crazy like that or 30
[00:44:40] Jess Lucas: [00:44:40] kilos.
[00:44:41] Mr. 97: [00:44:41] I mean, Brian, John did a video on all of them, I think
[00:44:44] Jess Lucas: [00:44:44] in a policeman's hat, that kind of thing.
[00:44:46] Mr. 97: [00:44:46] Really
[00:44:47] Jess Lucas: [00:44:47] pregnancy tens. Do it. Sorry. If you need to
[00:44:50] Mr. 97: [00:44:50] really?
[00:44:51] Jess Lucas: [00:44:51] Maybe you can, if you're not pregnant, if you end, there's no way to go to the toilet.
[00:44:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:44:56] How do they know?
[00:44:58] GB: [00:44:58] I needed to
[00:45:00] [00:45:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:45:00] say like, they tip the pay out until like a pregnancy
[00:45:03] Mr. 97: [00:45:03] check
[00:45:05] Basil Gerard: [00:45:05] you're
[00:45:05] GB: [00:45:05] under arrest.
[00:45:08] Mr. 97: [00:45:08] All right. What, what is the world's largest war Memorial? In Australia, not
[00:45:17] Tommy Jackett: [00:45:17] lady Grice,
[00:45:18] Mr. 97: [00:45:18] grass. Great ocean ride. Great estrone ride. That's because I told you
[00:45:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:45:22] before, is it really
[00:45:24] Mr. 97: [00:45:24] great? I shouldn't road was built by Virginia mobile buns soldiers as the Memorial, as a Memorial to a mate who died and to connect isolated communities to Victoria.
[00:45:37] They built the whole thing.
[00:45:39] Jess Lucas: [00:45:39] They built the great ocean road,
[00:45:40] Mr. 97: [00:45:40] the whole thing again. Right. All right. And now we're just going to quickly ramble off some business. Sacraments sacraments, B H a G. What does it stand for?
[00:45:53] Basil Gerard: [00:45:53] Uh,
[00:45:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:45:53] queen basil. Is it something to do with Bendigo? Just cause
[00:45:56] Basil Gerard: [00:45:56] you thought that'd be fun.
[00:45:57] Mr. 97: [00:45:57] None of these are pure business [00:46:00] acronyms business
[00:46:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:46:02] like businesses or business terms,
[00:46:04] Mr. 97: [00:46:04] not business terms,
[00:46:08] Grace Peris: [00:46:08] lady Grice, business, health, home, and garden.
[00:46:17] Jess Lucas: [00:46:17] Ah. Good
[00:46:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:46:20] bet.
[00:46:21] Mr. 97: [00:46:21] Commonly said as Beehag
[00:46:25] Tommy Jackett: [00:46:25] was the haystack for holding
[00:46:26] Mr. 97: [00:46:26] big, hairy, audacious goal. Oh, have we not heard of that? No.
[00:46:32] GB: [00:46:32] Okay. It seems like something that Josh would read in a book and then drill it into us the next,
[00:46:36] Mr. 97: [00:46:36] yeah, no that's happened. Just smashed through. They just want to pay him T stands for project management team.
[00:46:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:46:42] You know, it's too bad. I've got to get my index card. Please give us another activity,
[00:46:51] Mr. 97: [00:46:51] but we'll you guys will get this T D.
[00:46:55] Tommy Jackett: [00:46:55] Smashed it. What did you say? It's [00:47:00] world youth day Pope is coming to Australia.
[00:47:04] Mr. 97: [00:47:04] Favorite one is U I R L. I use it or lose it.
[00:47:12] Jess Lucas: [00:47:12] Can we
[00:47:16] GB: [00:47:16] just get rid of this whole segment?
[00:47:18] Tommy Jackett: [00:47:18] Yeah. I'd love to know. What is it?
[00:47:21] Jess Lucas: [00:47:21] The diary, Josh what does that mean? Josh.
[00:47:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:47:28] Nah, sorry. I did.
[00:47:31] Jess Lucas: [00:47:31] It's it's just like a common term that everyone uses like,
[00:47:37] Mr. 97: [00:47:37] Oh, well,
[00:47:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:47:37] yeah, no, that makes sense. No, I don't. I don't, I don't have a real job, so I have no idea. This
[00:47:43] Jess Lucas: [00:47:43] is the issue. No one in this business has had a real job.
[00:47:46] It's kind of like, I'm not sure about you, JB. You have you probably truly you've seen it before GB.
[00:47:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:47:54] I was thinking like, I was like, Oh, out of bounds on the full
[00:47:58] Mr. 97: [00:47:58] out. Yeah. That's like one [00:48:00] hand, one bounce,
[00:48:02] Grace Peris: [00:48:02] Josh.
[00:48:03] GB: [00:48:03] Ooh. Ooh,
[00:48:07] Tommy Jackett: [00:48:07] look
[00:48:07] Basil Gerard: [00:48:07] at someone's in trouble. Out of office.
[00:48:11] Mr. 97: [00:48:11] Okay. Jess, you might know this one SLT
[00:48:15] Jess Lucas: [00:48:15] and
[00:48:15] Mr. 97: [00:48:15] your leadership team.
[00:48:16] Got it. Right.
[00:48:17] Tommy Jackett: [00:48:17] And then
[00:48:21] Mr. 97: [00:48:21] last one. Last one is LTF, which stands for long-term framework. Don't know how many people are using that, but there you go.
[00:48:29] Jess Lucas: [00:48:29] Let's go say what the, how in context of that
[00:48:31] Mr. 97: [00:48:31] before I think you're planning long-term framework.
[00:48:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:48:35] So are these all ones that your mum
[00:48:36] GB: [00:48:36] gave you?
[00:48:44] Mr. 97: [00:48:44] some of them, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They're not. Oh, I think it might be using Beehag cause actually can't remember.
[00:48:48] Tommy Jackett: [00:48:48] Big
[00:48:49] GB: [00:48:49] hairy audacious go. Yep.
[00:48:51] Mr. 97: [00:48:51] But he had
[00:48:52] Tommy Jackett: [00:48:52] why Henry
[00:48:53] Grace Peris: [00:48:53] big .
[00:48:56] GB: [00:48:56] Oh yeah.
[00:48:59] Mr. 97: [00:48:59] It's a, it's [00:49:00] a real, it's a real thing though. he had, yeah, there's a
[00:49:04] Jess Lucas: [00:49:04] few. What does STFU stand for? There's like those kind of ones that I'm like, I just, I'm not getting anymore.
[00:49:11] Mr. 97: [00:49:11] It stands for shut the fuck up. I think
[00:49:13] Grace Peris: [00:49:13] this, now this narrow reminds me of, um, Phil Dunphy on the modern family, trying to be cool with the acronyms and he's like WTF. Why the face?
[00:49:24] GB: [00:49:24] The other one is, um, uh, S M H
[00:49:28] Mr. 97: [00:49:28] shake my head, shake my head, shake my head
[00:49:30] Grace Peris: [00:49:30] so much hate,
[00:49:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:49:31] you know,
[00:49:32] GB: [00:49:32] shake my head. I go between both grace, because I actually don't know what it is or Sydney morning Herald.
[00:49:39] Jess Lucas: [00:49:39] I think it is every time. Okay. So here's the issue like my head. Why would you do that when you could just send an emoji? Mm,
[00:49:48] Mr. 97: [00:49:48] yeah. And it's so much hate. Just send that, you know what I mean?
[00:49:51] GB: [00:49:51] And also so much hate it's like, It's a pretty weird thing to a brave yet. Like no one says that,
[00:49:56] Mr. 97: [00:49:56] ah, look, here we go.
[00:49:57] So this is the ultimate decider. [00:50:00] So I've just written in Google SMH acronym. Sydney morning, Herald has come up with a page 30 texts and sexed acronyms decoded. SMH is shake my head. That's coming from .
[00:50:14] GB: [00:50:14] Yeah. What else are they got?
[00:50:16] Tommy Jackett: [00:50:16] Um, Which I guess these ones,
[00:50:19] Mr. 97: [00:50:19] these are, yeah. Yeah.
[00:50:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:50:20] Okay. My mom's lots of love.
[00:50:25] Mr. 97: [00:50:25] Okay. Here we go. TTY, I'll talk to you
[00:50:27] Jess Lucas: [00:50:27] later,
[00:50:27] Mr. 97: [00:50:27] right? A BTL
[00:50:31] GB: [00:50:31] VTO, random breath tests.
[00:50:35] Tommy Jackett: [00:50:35] Is it still talk later, right back talk later. Yeah.
[00:50:38] Mr. 97: [00:50:38] Between the lines. Ah, here you go. Never, never heard this one. W Y wh.
[00:50:44] Grace Peris: [00:50:44] What you want to hang
[00:50:48] Jess Lucas: [00:50:48] what you want to have?
[00:50:49] Mr. 97: [00:50:49] No wish. Wish you were here. Oh,
[00:50:52] Tommy Jackett: [00:50:52] Oh, Oh.
[00:50:54] GB: [00:50:54] Oh,
[00:50:55] Mr. 97: [00:50:55] these get, um, I mean, th these are sexy acronyms.
[00:51:01] [00:51:00] G G knock. Gnoc.
[00:51:04] GB: [00:51:04] She and I say,
[00:51:07] Mr. 97: [00:51:07] get
[00:51:08] GB: [00:51:08] naked on camera.
[00:51:10] Mr. 97: [00:51:10] Yep.
[00:51:13] Grace Peris: [00:51:13] Oh my God.
[00:51:15] Mr. 97: [00:51:15] All right, here we go. From here. Here you go. Why? This should be a
[00:51:17] Tommy Jackett: [00:51:17] P at the end for please.
[00:51:21] Mr. 97: [00:51:21] Okay. Here we go. W T T P want is the first one. Y T T P
[00:51:38] Tommy Jackett: [00:51:38] Ooh,
[00:51:41] GB: [00:51:41] look,
[00:51:42] Mr. 97: [00:51:42] you've gone over the top. It's actually one to trade pictures.
[00:51:47] Tommy Jackett: [00:51:47] All Pokemon.
[00:51:50] GB: [00:51:50] Yeah.
[00:51:52] Mr. 97: [00:51:52] Okay. G Y P O get is the first word,
[00:51:57] GB: [00:51:57] get your penis out.
[00:52:04] [00:52:00] Mr. 97: [00:52:04] Um, Oh, okay. Here we go. I P N and the first one is I'm
[00:52:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:52:11] I paint M
[00:52:13] Mr. 97: [00:52:13] I P N, and I just went in. I P N I'm posting naked
[00:52:24] Tommy Jackett: [00:52:24] isn't
[00:52:26] Basil Gerard: [00:52:26] um, like for like a cam
[00:52:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:52:28] girl or something.
[00:52:30] Jess Lucas: [00:52:30] Yeah.
[00:52:35] Grace Peris: [00:52:35] yeah, that was
[00:52:35] GB: [00:52:35] good. Thank you. It was a big setup for that.
[00:52:46] Mr. 97: [00:52:46] Yeah, that's awesome. I mean, that's, that's all,
[00:52:49] GB: [00:52:49] um, great.
[00:52:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:52:51] Unless the other ones
[00:52:52] Mr. 97: [00:52:52] see you for six,
[00:52:56] GB: [00:52:56] see you for six.
[00:52:58] Jess Lucas: [00:52:58] It's an orgy.
[00:53:00] [00:53:00] Mr. 97: [00:53:00] See you for sex. See you for six. Oh, here we are. Here's another good one. I w S N I
[00:53:10] Jess Lucas: [00:53:10] would suck.
[00:53:13] Mr. 97: [00:53:13] No one,
[00:53:17] I want six now I want six L M I R L.
[00:53:23] Grace Peris: [00:53:23] Let me in real life.
[00:53:30] Basil Gerard: [00:53:30] long distance. Let me tell you.
[00:53:35] Mr. 97: [00:53:35] Let's meet. Yeah, let's meet. Oh, here's your good one 99. Has anyone heard of this one before?
[00:53:41] GB: [00:53:41] 99
[00:53:42] Mr. 97: [00:53:42] spoon. No, it's the parents are gone.
[00:53:46] Basil Gerard: [00:53:46] Why?
[00:53:47] Mr. 97: [00:53:47] I don't get it
[00:53:49] Jess Lucas: [00:53:49] because if you have someone come over when your parents are gone,
[00:53:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:53:50] Josh,
[00:53:51] Mr. 97: [00:53:51] ah, no. You know why? Cause code nine CD nine code nine parents around nine liens. A parent is watching POS means a parent's [00:54:00] over the shoulder and 99 means parents are gone.
[00:54:03] GB: [00:54:03] Here's what I
[00:54:04] Jess Lucas: [00:54:04] just used to do. Pee on
[00:54:06] Mr. 97: [00:54:06] MSN. Was that like,
[00:54:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:54:09] Oh, like if your parents
[00:54:10] GB: [00:54:10] had gone, then they're not looking over your shoulder. So why would you write
[00:54:18] Tommy Jackett: [00:54:18] on go
[00:54:18] Basil Gerard: [00:54:18] on like the vacated, the whole house, not just the room, maybe I'm just saying. I don't use 99.
[00:54:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:54:29] it looks like I've been misinterpreting
[00:54:31] Basil Gerard: [00:54:31] all of these wrong.
[00:54:36] GB: [00:54:36] alright. What was that? Is that, that was really good.
[00:54:38] Mr. 97: [00:54:38] That's it? Yeah. That's all. Yeah.
[00:54:41] GB: [00:54:41] Loved it.
[00:54:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:54:42] Good landing
[00:54:43] Mr. 97: [00:54:43] areas. Yeah. Thank you. I'll
[00:54:44] GB: [00:54:44] play the intro. I'm
[00:54:45] Mr. 97: [00:54:45] glad that I'm glad that recovered the trivia by the way.
[00:54:50] GB: [00:54:50] Is anyone in your team? Actually,
[00:55:00] [00:55:00] it's trivia. I'm the one that's good at trivia.
[00:55:06] So moving on, we're coming to the end of the year, which is just ridiculous. Um, and there's been. A bit of planning about what we're going to do as a team. Uh, maybe basil, you can help us with a few ideas for a Christmas party.
[00:55:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:55:22] You know, JJ, you're not fond of sort of some heaving space where there's lots of people around.
[00:55:27] GB: [00:55:27] If all the teams are going to enjoy it at the end of the day, I can just be against a wall. Uh, why you from everyone else? I swear. Do you think we should go for our Christmas? I
[00:55:37] Mr. 97: [00:55:37] mean, it's very niche, but I think the, you know, the surfing place, KJ that artificial surfing
[00:55:43] Tommy Jackett: [00:55:43] places, the pocket with the duffel bag, finally get it in play sports, golf,
[00:55:47] GB: [00:55:47] ax,
[00:55:47] Tommy Jackett: [00:55:47] throwing.
[00:55:48] GB: [00:55:48] What about a mid middle ground, which is archery.
[00:55:50] Mr. 97: [00:55:50] We could do like an arcade temp in bowling one. You had the party food, a bit of laser tag did
[00:55:57] Tommy Jackett: [00:55:57] this fucking excellently destroying all [00:56:00] these. Mine is in that joint with my laser gun. What about a
[00:56:03] Jess Lucas: [00:56:03] scavenger hunt
[00:56:04] Mr. 97: [00:56:04] and amazing race through the city
[00:56:05] GB: [00:56:05] too much to do a two day thing, like a big team hike.
[00:56:09] And then
[00:56:10] Jess Lucas: [00:56:10] we go to a winery
[00:56:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:56:11] and then a winery or something. Yeah. All you need is a minibus. And then that can take us to a few destinations and there's free adventures.
[00:56:19] GB: [00:56:19] So who's going to be in charge, be questioned is
[00:56:23] Mr. 97: [00:56:23] I love the background music image by the
[00:56:25] GB: [00:56:25] way. Oh,
[00:56:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:56:27] yeah. As it got bigger and bigger, I was just like,
[00:56:30] Basil Gerard: [00:56:30] I hope that the person who's organizing this wants to be doing this.
[00:56:35] I hope that they're, you know, they're following their bliss, doing this. Cause otherwise that sounds like an absolute nightmare
[00:56:41] Tommy Jackett: [00:56:41] to organized
[00:56:42] Basil Gerard: [00:56:42] and organize all that. If you're doing it all in one. But was that just a brainstorm,
[00:56:46] GB: [00:56:46] but I mean, so you mentioned just before that you haven't had a real job. Have you had.
[00:56:50] Christmas parties like work Christmas parties before.
[00:56:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:56:53] Yeah, I have, I've done like
[00:56:55] Basil Gerard: [00:56:55] I've had like the big, big ones, um, for say like larger production companies and [00:57:00] then just small ones as well. Um, the tennis Christmas party was, was pretty Bola,
[00:57:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:05] but the two times I did that, I kind of went to it and I had to go back to work.
[00:57:09] It was on the last,
[00:57:11] Basil Gerard: [00:57:11] the men's final. And so most people are wrapped up, but because you're editing, it's like you go down and you're like out of your brains because you haven't slept. And you kind of like
[00:57:19] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:19] potting in some heading, like,
[00:57:21] Basil Gerard: [00:57:21] you know, obviously the first year went way too hot and I went back and I'm like, Whoa,
[00:57:24] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:24] Raji is all over the place.
[00:57:27] Basil Gerard: [00:57:27] Um, and then I was, I was a little bit tinier, like in subsequent years and just had a couple and it was fun, but
[00:57:34] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:34] yeah, having to go back to
[00:57:35] Basil Gerard: [00:57:35] work doesn't, you know, afterwards that,
[00:57:37] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:37] that kind
[00:57:38] Basil Gerard: [00:57:38] of stuff. So don't do that. Anybody that's bad,
[00:57:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:42] we should plan
[00:57:42] GB: [00:57:42] for the next day, Jess, like,
[00:57:44] Basil Gerard: [00:57:44] don't be doing
[00:57:44] GB: [00:57:44] work. Should we.
[00:57:46] I mean, I've just
[00:57:51] Mr. 97: [00:57:51] been on a
[00:57:51] Tommy Jackett: [00:57:51] Friday night
[00:57:52] Jess Lucas: [00:57:52] for one.
[00:57:52] Basil Gerard: [00:57:52] Okay. Perfect.
[00:57:53] GB: [00:57:53] That's a good thing that solves that.
[00:57:55] Jess Lucas: [00:57:55] But, um, I used to always have Christmas parties on Thursday nights, and then you had to rock up the next,
[00:58:00] [00:58:00] GB: [00:58:00] is that an agency thing? Cause I've had that as well.
[00:58:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:58:03] And
[00:58:03] GB: [00:58:03] they were, they used to provide Mackers on the front of that,
[00:58:07] Jess Lucas: [00:58:07] but like, if you legitimately have work to do, it's an, I get really bad hangovers.
[00:58:12] I just couldn't do anything. And you look like shit in front of your colleagues. I, um,
[00:58:17] Grace Peris: [00:58:17] my boss used to always have them on Sunday nights. Yeah. Why Sunday?
[00:58:23] Mr. 97: [00:58:23] Absolutely not Friday night.
[00:58:25] Jess Lucas: [00:58:25] Uh, maybe.
[00:58:26] Grace Peris: [00:58:26] Yeah. I think it was cheap and
[00:58:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:58:28] cheap. Of course.
[00:58:29] Grace Peris: [00:58:29] Yeah. But we were always like, Oh, okay.
[00:58:32] Mr. 97: [00:58:32] Okay.
[00:58:33] GB: [00:58:33] I was thinking like the arcade thing, not a bad idea, but I've done.
[00:58:39] I did that for my birthday. Last year and it just goes so quickly. Like, you'd be surprised at how quickly a game of bowling goes. It's like half an hour and you're done.
[00:58:49] Jess Lucas: [00:58:49] have two suggestions. Sorry. I have one suggestion and a thought on one that's already been raised. I like the idea of doing carrier.
[00:58:57] He think. [00:59:00] We can, it's a cross between an activity and then also drinking for the rest of us. Um, the second suggestion is, um, have you guys ever been to which isn't britches?
[00:59:13] GB: [00:59:13] What is that
[00:59:14] Mr. 97: [00:59:14] bitches?
[00:59:16] Jess Lucas: [00:59:16] Um, which isn't britches.
[00:59:19] Mr. 97: [00:59:19] Yeah. Is this, um, is it opposite garden, a garden Flagstaff
[00:59:24] Jess Lucas: [00:59:24] in Cal in Calton. Yeah.
[00:59:27] Mr. 97: [00:59:27] Yeah. Not saying it never been,
[00:59:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:59:30] it's so much fun.
[00:59:32] Jess Lucas: [00:59:32] Like it is so much fun. And I could imagine also going there and having that live theater sharp, but it's like meant to be scary and they all dressed up and they try and scare you and that kind of thing. And then they do shows on the stage and they feed you.
[00:59:48] So you choose an entree and a main, or a main and dessert and you get drinks. And it's like, they've got like the dirty disco dungeon and yeah. And then, so afterwards you just stay in the bar area and just kind of, I dance and I played [01:00:00] bang is it's just, yeah, no,
[01:00:02] Mr. 97: [01:00:02] I, I thought the whole time it was witches and bitches,
[01:00:07] Tommy Jackett: [01:00:07] literally it's like
[01:00:09] Jess Lucas: [01:00:09] she needs some tits.
[01:00:11] GB: [01:00:11] Yeah. I thought it was like that. I've literally, I literally
[01:00:14] Mr. 97: [01:00:14] like, I've been past it, like probably like. A bunch of times for the past, like three or four years, I've always thought that
[01:00:21] Jess Lucas: [01:00:21] it's fun.
[01:00:22] Mr. 97: [01:00:22] And I felt that, yeah, I thought it was a sass place, but.
[01:00:26] Tommy Jackett: [01:00:26] No, it's definitely sauce. Yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah. I think that would be fun for you guys at the
[01:00:33] Basil Gerard: [01:00:33] nighttime.
[01:00:33] Like if you're doing activities by the day, you know, it's a good chance to kind of recover a little bit
[01:00:38] Tommy Jackett: [01:00:38] and then, you know, you perk up for a boogie after
[01:00:41] GB: [01:00:41] I want to do, I want to get a boat. I want to drive us around in a boat and have a boat party.
[01:00:47] Jess Lucas: [01:00:47] We needed another, we need a, um, a skip because we can't have Tommy driving him speed doing it.
[01:00:53] GB: [01:00:53] Yeah. That's true. Get a skip. I'm happy with that. I was working at a, [01:01:00] an agency and, um, the day before our Christmas party, they made like 20 people redundant,
[01:01:08] Mr. 97: [01:01:08] just cutting costs
[01:01:11] GB: [01:01:11] and, um, And it was like real, like bad vibes and like everyone was sad and stuff. And then to top it all off, they just like, no, it doesn't feel, it doesn't feel right to be celebrating this year when we've just made everyone redundant.
[01:01:24] So. We're not having a Christmas party.
[01:01:30] It's like there's white two days and then fire everyone.
[01:01:33] Tommy Jackett: [01:01:33] Yeah.
[01:01:35] Mr. 97: [01:01:35] Just
[01:01:36] Grace Peris: [01:01:36] going on your point of it's like two weeks away, my boss would always leave it to the very last minute and wouldn't say anything. Cause it was kind of like, Oh, we'll just won't do it, but I'd be like, what's happened with the Christmas party guys and, okay, great.
[01:01:47] So you can plan it with like a week and a half to go. Like on this day you got to plan it by then. And I was like, Oh, okay. I do actually want to plan, I just ask you what date it is. Yeah. I can put it in the calendar kind of fun.
[01:02:00] [01:02:00] Jess Lucas: [01:02:00] The issue is, as you suggested, Baz, is that it is too hard because you can't accommodate whatever it wants.
[01:02:07] GB: [01:02:07] I'm free flowing. I'm happy with anything.
[01:02:09] Jess Lucas: [01:02:09] Uh, the alcohol better be, um,
[01:02:13] Tommy Jackett: [01:02:13] I've
[01:02:13] Jess Lucas: [01:02:13] already bought my dress, so it needs to be
[01:02:16] Tommy Jackett: [01:02:16] really nice.
[01:02:18] Mr. 97: [01:02:18] Yeah. So we get into, do I need to wear a suit?
[01:02:21] Jess Lucas: [01:02:21] No, you didn't need for a street bit. Like you need to stress that that's the kind of vibe.
[01:02:25] Mr. 97: [01:02:25] Yeah. You should be wearing a suit to witches and britches
[01:02:30] GB: [01:02:30] you'd fit in.
[01:02:32] He's part
[01:02:32] Mr. 97: [01:02:32] of the boat where I'm on a boat. You wear suit.
[01:02:36] Jess Lucas: [01:02:36] I'm going to Slack the guys now and just say
[01:02:38] Mr. 97: [01:02:38] to dress code suits
[01:02:39] GB: [01:02:39] just could say
[01:02:41] Grace Peris: [01:02:41] he didn't even know if he fits, you
[01:02:43] Mr. 97: [01:02:43] know, that's true. We can do a try on after this.
[01:02:45] Grace Peris: [01:02:45] Okay. Let's do that.
[01:02:48] Mr. 97: [01:02:48] Yeah, dry cleaned, vomit stains are gone. Um, yeah, it's good.
[01:02:53] GB: [01:02:53] Um, type, as you mentioned the other day, you got some weird family, Christmas traditions.
[01:02:59] Tommy Jackett: [01:02:59] Uh, I [01:03:00] think everyone does, to be honest. Yeah. I used to, I used to kind of, I dunno why I kind of got obsessed with it. I think it
[01:03:06] Basil Gerard: [01:03:06] was mostly when I spent my first Christmas away in Canada had such a crazy different experience, like for snow, for one. And all of these like, like lead up events or the family that I was staying with did they were like,
[01:03:19] Tommy Jackett: [01:03:19] yeah, it's like ginger gingerbread house making night.
[01:03:22] And like the whole family can, I was
[01:03:24] Basil Gerard: [01:03:24] like, is this
[01:03:25] Tommy Jackett: [01:03:25] like, is this a Canada thing? Or is this just like you guys? And so I, it was. It was kind of, then it started
[01:03:31] Basil Gerard: [01:03:31] ticking around in my head. Plus I was missing things back home. And the guy I was traveling with was like, ah,
[01:03:37] Tommy Jackett: [01:03:37] I'm pissed off because this was
[01:03:39] Basil Gerard: [01:03:39] a, this was the year that, um, we all got to pick what we wanted every second year.
[01:03:43] My mom asks us on Christmas Eve. What we individually want as children. And she makes that, so if you say prawns, like you get, that's all you get prawns. And then one year he sister said, I would just want a chocolate pudding. And so that's just what she had for Christmas lunch, with joker pudding. I was like, um, to, to, to quote [01:04:00] maze outrageous.
[01:04:02] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:02] Uh, and so it was like, no, that's normal. Like every second year, that's what we
[01:04:06] Basil Gerard: [01:04:06] do. We go to the in-laws and that's a chore. Uh, and
[01:04:08] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:08] then the second year we get to like, you know, do what, do whatever we want. And I was like, I guess everyone's just making it up and you don't usually get that much outside information cause you're at home like
[01:04:19] Basil Gerard: [01:04:19] doing your own thing.
[01:04:19] So I think everyone has weed stuff. My weight thing is that we pretend that Sandra is still real sorry to any kids listening or big kids.
[01:04:28] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:28] Um, my
[01:04:29] Basil Gerard: [01:04:29] Ani is intellectually disabled, so she still believes in Santa. So it's like
[01:04:32] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:32] Santa is Israel, baby.
[01:04:34] Basil Gerard: [01:04:34] Woo. So, so many, a times, Jess. I've got home from like bar at like four and I'm like wrapping up my own presence, super drunk.
[01:04:42] And I'm like, dear basil from Santa. And then putting my own like, um, presents under the tree of
[01:04:48] Mr. 97: [01:04:48] that's a part of the magic,
[01:04:51] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:51] you know,
[01:04:51] GB: [01:04:51] like cookies out and stuff.
[01:04:54] Tommy Jackett: [01:04:54] Yeah. Yeah. But that's the thing you asked or would say, what do you leave out? And everyone's like, Oh, well Santa loves
[01:04:59] Basil Gerard: [01:04:59] beer and [01:05:00] hummus and
[01:05:00] Tommy Jackett: [01:05:00] someone else's like, are you kidding me?
[01:05:03] Like everyone leaves out different stuff. Let's let's go around what a sandal. That's funny.
[01:05:12] Mr. 97: [01:05:12] yeah, it's going to be annoying. Cause like. When we have kids, it's going to be a gin homeless as well. So that's going to be very
[01:05:19] GB: [01:05:19] annoying.
[01:05:21] Tommy Jackett: [01:05:21] Santa seems to like the finer
[01:05:23] Basil Gerard: [01:05:23] things in life.
[01:05:24] Mr. 97: [01:05:24] But I remember like we, I can't remember how young we would have be, but in, we went to my grandparents' place in New Zealand for Christmas one year and they had massive.
[01:05:35] Like, you know, those wooden sort of buckets, they're like, um, wooden panels and they've got like middle around the outside. They had those. And so that was drinking water for the reindeers. And then they had carrots and stuff. And what they do is break them off. And then in the morning you'd wake up and there'd be like, they'd be like reindeer shit on the ground.
[01:05:54] And then they'd also be like half eaten carrots.
[01:05:57] Jess Lucas: [01:05:57] Yeah. My mom and dad.
[01:06:00] [01:05:59] Grace Peris: [01:05:59] I like homemade cookies.
[01:06:02] Tommy Jackett: [01:06:02] Did Randy shoot? Not Randy?
[01:06:04] Jess Lucas: [01:06:04] Sorry.
[01:06:10] GB: [01:06:10] So you guys remember that the moment that you found out about Santa?
[01:06:14] Basil Gerard: [01:06:14] Yep.
[01:06:14] Mr. 97: [01:06:14] No,
[01:06:15] Grace Peris: [01:06:15] not really. Because, well, actually I remember that, um, I used to keep thinking Sant, his handwriting was very similar to mums and one time I was like, mom, why is your handwriting? Like why Sandy's handwriting is so similar to yours?
[01:06:28] She's like, Oh, you know, like he's running a bit late this year. So he asked me to write these, um, these stick, his fee and it's like
[01:06:35] Mr. 97: [01:06:35] good cover,
[01:06:37] Tommy Jackett: [01:06:37] but
[01:06:37] Grace Peris: [01:06:37] it was the ride. He didn't even try to change the writing for sad to like, it's just
[01:06:41] Mr. 97: [01:06:41] her writing
[01:06:43] Grace Peris: [01:06:43] everything. And then I think I just figured it out after that she told my brother, she sat him down and told him, then I think, yeah, it was like, Santa is not real.
[01:06:52] And he was like, Oh, okay. But then I was kind of just like, Oh, sand is not real too. When, when we got there. Yeah.
[01:07:01] [01:07:00] Jess Lucas: [01:07:01] I go at school, told me and all of my friends and she was a year older as well.
[01:07:06] Tommy Jackett: [01:07:06] What a bitch.
[01:07:09] Jess Lucas: [01:07:09] Um, and then I asked mom and she told me, and it was all sad. And then I didn't, I didn't ask about the ACE Devani. And so later that night I was in bed old and, um, also the tooth fairy. And I was like, mom, can you come here?
[01:07:24] And she came in and she told me, I was like, is it
[01:07:27] Tommy Jackett: [01:07:27] there's a somebody real?
[01:07:28] Jess Lucas: [01:07:28] She's like, no
[01:07:30] GB: [01:07:30] Turnberry.
[01:07:31] Jess Lucas: [01:07:31] Should that not? I was like,
[01:07:32] Tommy Jackett: [01:07:32] Oh Jesus, he's definitely real. At least until you finish year 12, he's
[01:07:39] Basil Gerard: [01:07:39] real.
[01:07:42] GB: [01:07:42] Wow.
[01:07:43] Tommy Jackett: [01:07:43] It's a weird one.
[01:07:44] Jess Lucas: [01:07:44] Given up.
[01:07:46] Mr. 97: [01:07:46] My parents were very good at like throwing off the. During the scent off the trail, it's running off the center.
[01:07:51] Yeah. I don't know what the saying anyway. Um, cause like one, when we went to New Zealand for Christmas and we got back and though prisons in a house in [01:08:00] Australia, so we've got presence in New Zealand and then presence in Australia is it was a whole thing of like Santa doesn't know that you've changed your address.
[01:08:08] Tommy Jackett: [01:08:08] So there was
[01:08:09] Mr. 97: [01:08:09] no presence left in, in Australia. And then we went to New Zealand and so we got like our family one, but like maybe like one or two from Santa. Cause he couldn't bring them all the way over from Australia
[01:08:19] GB: [01:08:19] because they forgot to update this shipping information when that
[01:08:23] Jess Lucas: [01:08:23] duplicate as well.
[01:08:24] Tommy Jackett: [01:08:24] Yeah. I already got a giant
[01:08:28] Basil Gerard: [01:08:28] bike.
[01:08:31] Jess Lucas: [01:08:31] Sandy used to critic migrant and pops as well.
[01:08:34] Mr. 97: [01:08:34] Oh
[01:08:34] Basil Gerard: [01:08:34] really? Oh yeah.
[01:08:37] GB: [01:08:37] That's big.
[01:08:38] Jess Lucas: [01:08:38] How did you guys tell Santa what you wanted?
[01:08:41] Grace Peris: [01:08:41] Write a letter.
[01:08:43] Jess Lucas: [01:08:43] would write
[01:08:43] Tommy Jackett: [01:08:43] letter that is multiple
[01:08:48] communication. From last year, I specifically asked for a Barbie and I didn't get it
[01:08:56] Grace Peris: [01:08:56] on the, like a mum's laptop and getting word up and getting a [01:09:00] nice. Alrighty writing, dear Santa. I've been really good this year and
[01:09:03] GB: [01:09:03] then listing off.
[01:09:05] Jess Lucas: [01:09:05] Oh, that's so cute.
[01:09:07] GB: [01:09:07] I asked
[01:09:08] Tommy Jackett: [01:09:08] a
[01:09:08] Grace Peris: [01:09:08] performance review.
[01:09:10] Jess Lucas: [01:09:10] This is possibly one of those weird traditions that families have.
[01:09:15] I remember going outside and like yelling it to the sky.
[01:09:19] GB: [01:09:19] Oh,
[01:09:21] Grace Peris: [01:09:21] your neighbors are like, is she okay?
[01:09:25] GB: [01:09:25] Oh,
[01:09:26] Tommy Jackett: [01:09:26] good. It's going to be
[01:09:27] GB: [01:09:27] fun to just make your kids do this sort of stuff,
[01:09:29] Grace Peris: [01:09:29] but all your sisters do that, Jess. Yeah.
[01:09:32] Jess Lucas: [01:09:32] Together. And then, I dunno, do you have sisters?
[01:09:35] Grace Peris: [01:09:35] No older brother,
[01:09:36] Jess Lucas: [01:09:36] older brother. Yeah. We, um, we would map out the night before where we're sitting the next day, it opened up presence, like, and it was always like, I'm sitting here and you'd like, work it out.
[01:09:46] Like the spot that you would open your present. Am I there? And then Hannah kind of thing. And yeah,
[01:09:52] Grace Peris: [01:09:52] now we just sat wherever the presents were it? Cause it'd be like Jeremy's little bundle and then mine on the other side. So we'd sit there [01:10:00] and then it was like in the middle.
[01:10:02] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:02] What
[01:10:02] GB: [01:10:02] about you? Do you just, is it free for all or do you and the mountain one at a time and everyone has to watch each other open them.
[01:10:10] Grace Peris: [01:10:10] Ours was when we were kids, it was kind of free for all. But then now we're a little bit more civilized and this is for you Merry Christmas. Yeah. And then I did the same Merry Christmas
[01:10:22] GB: [01:10:22] kiss.
[01:10:24] Grace Peris: [01:10:24] I've just given you a kiss on the cheek. Yeah.
[01:10:28] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:28] Yeah.
[01:10:28] Grace Peris: [01:10:28] Civilized,
[01:10:29] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:29] grace bloody love that
[01:10:31] Basil Gerard: [01:10:31] we had sacks. And so you would like take it in turns to go through your whole.
[01:10:36] Jess Lucas: [01:10:36] Oh in front of everyone.
[01:10:38] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:38] Yeah.
[01:10:38] Basil Gerard: [01:10:38] And then, so you have to witness everyone else and like, if you haven't gone
[01:10:42] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:42] and you're a young, you just,
[01:10:43] GB: [01:10:43] how are y'all, there's a hockey
[01:10:45] Tommy Jackett: [01:10:45] stick in mind,
[01:10:49] Jess Lucas: [01:10:49] teaching your patients.
[01:10:50] GB: [01:10:50] exactly.
[01:10:52] Basil Gerard: [01:10:52] Like a lost cause I was the youngest, it was like, yeah,
[01:10:55] GB: [01:10:55] that's annoying. We had like stockings and sacks at the end of the bed, which you just demolished first thing in the morning.
[01:11:00] [01:11:00] And then it would be around the Christmas tree after that. But the stockings always had like the most random shit in there. Like my dad would put like, Uh, batteries.
[01:11:09] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:09] Oh,
[01:11:10] Mr. 97: [01:11:10] can I just say stockings are the best because you know what I got in my stocking sunscreen,
[01:11:17] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:17] sunscreen,
[01:11:19] Mr. 97: [01:11:19] sunscreen deodorant sucks
[01:11:23] GB: [01:11:23] actually a little bit of day.
[01:11:25] The other day, Josh was talking about. Spud guns. One year we opened up our sacks and they were like potatoes in our sex.
[01:11:34] Grace Peris: [01:11:34] Oh my God.
[01:11:35] GB: [01:11:35] It was bad. But then dig a bit deeper. And there was the potato gun,
[01:11:39] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:39] but
[01:11:40] Mr. 97: [01:11:40] yeah,
[01:11:43] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:43] Scott, you got pranked by Sarah.
[01:11:48] GB: [01:11:48] Happy, happy
[01:11:49] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:49] holidays
[01:11:49] Mr. 97: [01:11:49] guys.
[01:11:50] GB: [01:11:50] We're almost there now. We've still got a few more weeks, but, uh, Thanks for coming on basil.
[01:11:56] Tommy Jackett: [01:11:56] Oh, no worries. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute treat.
[01:12:00] [01:11:59] GB: [01:11:59] Love talking to you. It's just easy. Good banter.
[01:12:03] Tommy Jackett: [01:12:03] So great to hear about the
[01:12:04] Basil Gerard: [01:12:04] millennial of you. Cut my hair by the way. Great, great chat.
[01:12:07] Let's do it.
[01:12:08] GB: [01:12:08] Let's look
[01:12:08] Mr. 97: [01:12:08] at
[01:12:10] Jess Lucas: [01:12:10] potatoes. It that's our Irish Scottish.
[01:12:12] Tommy Jackett: [01:12:12] Yeah.
[01:12:14] Jess Lucas: [01:12:14] Do you want some haggis?
[01:12:16] GB: [01:12:16] I guess.
[01:12:17] Tommy Jackett: [01:12:17] Yes.
[01:12:18] Basil Gerard: [01:12:18] Yes, please. Baba.
[01:12:23] GB: [01:12:23] Uh, you can follow basil at basil. Jared on Instagram.
[01:12:27] Tommy Jackett: [01:12:27] Yeah. Underscore,
[01:12:30] GB: [01:12:30] underscore go
[01:12:32] Basil Gerard: [01:12:32] or followed basil, Jared, whoever he is, he might have some.
[01:12:37] GB: [01:12:37] Awesome. All right. Thanks guys. You can now follow hub, that rate plan Instagram as well, and we'll see you next week.
[01:12:42] Tommy Jackett: [01:12:42] Love you. Bye.