Podcast #225 - Reading Your Assumptions About UsApr 09, 2020
you use the paper towel quickly and leave it somewhere and after a while there is a bunch of towels on the counter, how did they get there? I don't know, but I don't lose my nose and leave tissues behind ever, that's kind of gross, no, I feel like you wouldn't tolerate that. I wouldn't tolerate that, no, no, like I could understand if someone's really okay and like you're lying on the couch and you have like a little pile of tissues or something like that's a short-term thing, yeah, but since I've never seen you do that, yeah, I don't blow my nose in front of people either, I think that's really how it is. awkward like I go to the bathroom to blow my nose or like you know, some people just like to do it really loud in front of people and finally they put it in their pocket like I always see that I'm like for him, that's like brave as you know , I always need to like being alone.
I'm the same way, yeah, I don't have that. What about the leisure suit three times a week? No, no, it's very comfortable, but. it needs to be washed it's like wearing it and it's like it makes me too hot you know yeah sometimes I like to be under a blanket so if I'm where I don't like to have long sleeves and long pants and like being under the game h -how it would be quite cold you have exercised before and I thought oh yeah, which is worth seeing because you were resting under a bar with one hundred and thirty-five pounds on it.
It was very confusing to watch, but it's cool. I don't use it much. Cassie digs. I guess Kermit cries in the middle of the night. Exactly, he cries. Did they buy a lot? You know that if you think about a time of day. hate crimes during the night, get up good, sometimes he doesn't cry right away, so if he gets really thirsty in the middle of the night, we leave water on the floor for the dogs, he gets up and starts. digging into the plate like moving it, pushing it around the room and if I don't get up where Julian doesn't get up, he'll just look at you, yeah, he'll get on the bed, he faces like, she remembers. that snapshot, the one that became him, was like when he rises higher, you stronger, he does it because he finds points of position where he can, he knows that you see him and hear him and then he cries, yes, so I wake up with him . crying often I would say more and more tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow yes, I wake up and he cries more tomorrows he doesn't cry, yes, but in the middle of the night he is not a child, it is only if he is thirsty or if he really has to go a In the bathroom when he was sick a couple of times or before he was diagnosed with Cushing's disease, he kept me up so many nights because I felt terrible for him and we couldn't understand what was going on, yeah, and he felt like he was hungry, I felt like he was thirsty and he would order the door like he needed to go out and I would just know he would sleep for 20 minutes and then he would yell at me, but since he was diagnosed and is now on meds for a while, no yelling in the middle of the night. but yeah there was a block of time there where he just couldn't sleep and I felt really bad for him yeah but now it's only if he's thirsty or he really has to go to the bathroom for some reason or if he's bored if we We went to bed very late because of a stream and slept until noon, he will get up around 11:00 and say, yes, scarf, I'm scared.
I guess you're both really enjoying all the content you're putting out on
yourchannels right now and on Twitch. Well, two or three years ago, it might have felt a little more forced and interesting, yeah, I mean, it's like it's in retrospect. At this point, yes, in retrospect, I would say I enjoy the content we make now more, but at the time I would have said I make the content now. I like it more now than I did years ago, so I think it's 20/20 hindsight, but it's not like it wasn't authentic at the time or anything and also YouTube was a different landscape, you know, and our
podcastwas different , our Twitch stream was different, different things and it's a reflection of who you are now in time.
You know, yeah, I like that perspective, I think it's good, I mean, I think at some point none of us have created content that wasn't true to us, you just change as you grow and you also change in
yourlifespan. online, not just your life, and I feel like that shows up a lot and I think we're at a point where we're really fortunate in a lot of ways, like with Twitch and the time we spend streaming like it's become an outlet really. incredible. and as a platform for us to capitalize on the style of fun that we like to have in the content that is generated from it and I think we are like the product of many things, it's not just that we prefer our content now.
It was five years ago, it's like a lot of things happened for this to happen, yeah, so shout out Marissa, she collected a bunch of these and then also sent me a screenshot of her
assumptionsabout us. Candice writes that Julie intends to get up before Jenna. in the morning that's true, true, I mean mainly because I trained you Jitsu in the morning. I also have a hard time falling asleep at night, so do you. I'm noticeably asleep before ever and wake up before you mm-hmm Grace Dobler wrote six. times Yeller was fit as hell Thank you, grace, we tried, I mean I'm not in the best shape I've ever been in, but we tried good.
I feel like we work a lot and then we get a we exercise a lot and we do very well at that, but yeah, we also like to eat and drink, yeah, and obviously we both could be in better shape or I have our diets, you know, cleaner. , but I'm also 32 years old. A one year old lady and I am just having a good time as long as she is healthy. I'm happy, you know, yeah, so I wouldn't say we're fit, it helps, but we like lifting heavy weights, we literally like it. just a lot of jiu-jitsu I don't do jitsu at all, it's not the sport for me, there were a lot of
assumptionsthat I didn't rate them John, but they were like Jenna was secretly better than Julianne at jiujitsu, my god, just never. trains but it's innately better than ever.
I can promise you that I'm even worse than you've ever seen in any of this. You love it. No. Literally today you have like a bump on your eye from jiu-jitsu. he just has bumps and bruises all over his body that doesn't look like fun it's kind of shiny it's funny it's a reminder of how much fun I had today Oh Janie writes that they're both getting tired of YouTube and would consider doing Twitch full time I don't think that going to happen, not for me at least I will speak for myself hmm yes I would agree with you.
I understand why you wrote that because we spend a lot of time on Twitter. At least for me I spend a lot less time making YouTube videos than I used to. You know, before I did it five days a week and now I do one, maybe two, but I think it's a reflection of not preferring one platform over the other, but deciding. how do you want to spend your time between two platforms, which is something that, like Twitch, it was never that for us, it was always like a side project that we treated like a side project and now we're doing a lot more, yeah, well, we started playing a lot more games and we started having a lot of fun and many of our friends started playing.
The community of people we play with has grown a lot and it's really very special, it's a lot of fun, but I don't think there's ever a bone in my body, so it's like my end date for YouTube is X or it's coming or there is, you know, I don't really have that on my mind, I have it on my mind as much as I have my end date for being on the Internet, yeah, you know, yeah, I don't think that's going to happen. I still really enjoy the YouTube platform and I mean myself and anyone else who has been creating content for a while and that can be any amount of time, yes.
I hit tons of creative walls and kind of fatigue on different levels and I think that's normal. I think you know, sometimes I get tired. Anything, you know, you can't do something for ten years and not have your ups and downs. I'm disappointed in this, but I'm still very much in love and in love with YouTube as a platform. I think it's spectacular and the things you can find there and the people you can find there are just incredible and despite all its drawbacks and things that aren't very good, I think it's a wonderful place to learn and share and there's nothing like it .
I have no intention of leaving it for anything, you know 100 percent. I wouldn't say oh. m I'm no longer on YouTube. I'm going to be on Twitch now, yeah, you know, because it's just not the same type of thing, your interaction, yeah, that's why for me they need to coexist or like I'm not there. Internet, you know, even if every time you know, the proportion of time you spend fluctuates. That's right, yes, yes. I still love YouTube. I watch YouTube as much or more than anything else and yes, yes. I think that personally I like being able to upload videos to YouTube and have people watch them and then you also see other people's videos.
It's a very simple concept, but it helped me a lot to discover a great passion of mine, which is making videos. I like filming and doing things with cameras that I would never do. I've discovered it for myself if it hadn't been for a medium like YouTube where I could share it and interact with the people who are watching it, so I think it's like you said there's a lot of things, there's nothing perfect about it, but there really is. many. special things that still exist about YouTube and well, yeah, and a lot of them are getting weird, you know, the whole space is getting a little weird, yeah, and I think that's normal when you can make money on any platform . a little strange, but when I sit down and watch all the plant videos that I like, literally everything you want to learn is on YouTube in a way that you understand so you can always learn for yourself, you can always learn anything you you want.
I would like to know what is one of the most powerful and amazing tools that has happened to me in my life that I like when I sit and watch the plant YouTubers that I really like or you know, whatever I really like. right now, his quadruple mentis is rocking back and forth, like he's thinking about how sometimes that person you watch a channel for a long time and realize okay, there are so many videos I can make about your floors. I know what I should do, what more do you want? This is weird, but even when I get those videos, I like it.
I appreciated that you uploaded them. I appreciated you sharing something and I know you're probably tired, but I like it. I like this video and I'm glad you did it, I mean 100 percent, so I don't think there's any part of me that can ever get over that because the world is always changing and there will always be new things to learn, yeah, you know, and even if I'm posting something that in my world and my brain I'm like, well, no one cares and no one wants to see it, if you just share it, there are people like that, you know I just want to see it, it's like a moment for comfort, distraction, learning or whatever, yeah, it's really cool, so I don't think I'd want to give up that part of my life, yeah, I remember five years ago we were in Australia and we were with some of the writer Ryan, He's the production company rhpc and Greg was there, we had a party and we were hanging out with them and I was talking to Greg about the editing because I was just starting to edit at the time and he had already been working hard for several years doing the effects and the edits for Ryan and I was interested in talking to him about it because it was like talking business, you know, and I remember he told me something that I liked. it's like it clicked in my head and we were talking about After Effects and how he learned it and he literally said one day I decided I was going to sit down and teach myself because of YouTube and everything you want to learn is somewhere and so I did and I remember thinking like holy, like it was really that simple, yeah, it's up to you today what you want to achieve, the skills you want to, you know, learn and provide yourself and your teammates or your partners with Ivy and I feel like that's stuck with me because I've used it in so many ways and to help myself and my point is that YouTube is like it's the sacred mecca for knowledge or any kind of interest or hobby that you may have, yes, apart from Wikipedia or Google, but as in a video in video form it is very different.
I mean read a manual. I would say that most things I have made an effort to learn. how to do it like a specific skill or something that has gone through YouTube where in the past you know it would have to go. I don't know, find a book about that, you know your library, yeah or even like a paywall like I remember Lynda. com remember Linda ah well pay for the instructional video exactly how was that hmm yeah but I mean especially yeah no that's great YouTube is great yeah and especially if you're an artistically minded person and you don't want to deal with the business side of things, well, that's not YouTube, that's fun, Julian block Julian book is a website where you can get all-in-one business management tools if you are an artistic person, like a graphic designer, an editor or a photographer, if you want that your job be your job and business work be someone else's job, the honey book is for you, okay, it helps you spend more time managing yourbusiness on the creative side and less time managing your business on the boring side.
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Inappropriate, we're just friends. You have made this incredibly uncomfortable for us. Completely platonic friends. What type of question is it? This is a question you have asked anyone who has dogs. Oh boy, oh boy. marble marble what do you think of this question? oh, we should move on, okay, let's move on. Julian's favorite mod is Marissa and he adopted Busch. I would love to adopt Jenny, but I love him so much. I'm talking about him, do it, Julian, anyway. When we get together, I'll let it go to his Twitter. Bush is like my escape from the Internet.
I'll go to Bush's Twitter, like his YouTube, to like the laughs and, like you know, forget about your day or whatever. Like me, no one on this planet loves karma as much as Bush and I love karma. It's true. I have never met anyone who loves karma as much as you do and it's like all over the world we are connected through our souls and our love for that dog, not that I know many of you love Kermit and love him so much, but it's just a different level. He likes meeting Kermit and he has never met Carmen.
I know it's pretty special. My favorite mod. Don't have. a favorite mod. I love all Twitch mods equally. I would say that Marissa has been very involved from the beginning on Twitch and she has stayed incredibly involved to the point where you know she would give her credit for growing a lot. Twitch and when you have a good team of mods, yes, I would say that like you, your Twitch channel is only as good as your team of mods, so if they are good and make good decisions, they help you and support you, welcome and they do People make new viewers feel welcome and it's a safe place.
I mean, it's a tough job getting people to make voluntary decisions. It's like you know when you sign up for Twitch and you say this is exciting, I don't know how. to use this platform like any platform and you go and people are alive so you write in the chat and say no hey how are you? and then someone greets you and says, hey, yeah, usually, yeah, no one says anything to you. you and the person who's livestreaming probably don't see how many viewers, yeah, and you're like, okay, sick, what's that for?, yeah, you know, no, it's totally, I mean, I have the same anxiety. for that to happen. if I walk into a chatham like I know it recognizes me or whatever that's a big reason why we love Marissa and the rest our mod team is like they're all amazing so yeah sure if it says that Julianne edits Jenna's videos, oh that's not true.
It's not true, it's not true. From time to time I will help you with a trick or two in the post, but no, she added videos sir and I ate in mine. Yes, the hours and the lines on my face will tell you that I don't know if I've said this before, but she taught me Final Cut Pro. I didn't know if she didn't cut professionally until Jenna taught me. It was very basic. I used a little bit of Adobe in college and then a little bit of Final. Cut 7 when I was a kid because that's what my dad used but I liked it when I started editing I was useless and then she showed me Final Cut Pro so I got the real treatment from one of the best out there and the field of the edition, thank you. you talked in the marble about her, you have some protein, hey, no, I wouldn't say I'm a particularly talented editor, but yeah, I did.
I showed you how to use it because you were using something else and I thought, oh my God, what are you doing? You like to just use this and you're using what my school made me use, yes, but I mean you're very teachable in anything because you're always very willing to learn and you like to be taught things. Obviously, it didn't take you long because whatever most people have taught themselves, not professionally, yeah, except for whatever people go to the Apple Store and you know, take those classes. I know they exist, yes, I think most people have taught themselves. how to edit it isn't outrageously complicated, but yeah, Jimmy texts Julianne with a ramp in his Aires for the camera um yes and no, so I would agree with yes, I know, yes, I know someone who has some kind of personality or attitude or any type of personality traits that are very distinguishable by your online personality or your online presence.
I would say it is amplified when the cameras are on. Yes, for most people, like almost all people, yes in that sense, but at the same time I don't really act. differently, I don't make different decisions. I would say yes and no, in the sense that some of your airs are obviously the couple of times you like to take knives out of the knife block and dance with the floss as if that's not something you can do . It's like when we're together, although a little like, honestly, you do a lot of crazy things when we're alone and there are no cameras on, obviously, you're in Aires, but it's more spontaneous. making decisions like being like once you're in that state of mind you're unstoppable like control is different like I think you would do something different on camera like cutting and I cut an onion with a hammer like but now I'm thinking about it like they do those things to constantly accomplish, I just do it more, I do it more scheduled, yeah, it's on camera in the video.
I'm doing more of this often, talking about it, not this week for us, but this week for you, which is. next week for us you know it that way yeah Aries Susan it's every season I think it's Wednesday I think it's the 21st oh god what a day for Aries season the vegan yeah I mean yeah yeah that's no surprise to anyone, right? okay? Cassidy. writes Jenna will apologize profusely for anything if she's wrong Julianne will take it to her grave wait does that mean I don't apologize I apologize but whenever you want you make an honest mistake like saying someone's name wrong or something completely wrong ? honest and accidental, you'll apologize profusely because you're so mortified at the thought of offending someone, yeah, well, not so much, I'd just never want to hurt someone's feelings, yeah, being stupid, exactly ignorant or coming off like that anyway, yeah , so the lazy apology is true in that sense is if I don't think I'm wrong, although I will stand firm.
I can go. I can confirm that 1000% Julian does a very good job of apologizing, but sometimes it's necessary. a minute to get there, you know, yeah, you'd rather argue a little bit and then get there and then apologize like you have to be sure that you're wrong, yeah, but I think you do a very good job Polish. I think that comes from thinking that my decision making is pretty sharp, so when I'm faced with all the reasons why it was that way, I'm faced with the reality or the systemic breakdown of why it's not that way. a second and it's not about controlling an ego or anything because I'm actually not a very selfish person at all, I just think that I and I'm not like I'm right all the time.
I know myself well and I know how I operate well and I feel like sometimes I think: wait, we are, we are in this, in the process, did I make a mistake here? What is the choice I made? Totally like that, you already know and sometimes I think: Didn't you realize? Because even I can't keep up with my area. At times, Julian has also done a good job of learning that if I start telling him he was wrong. which you have to pass right now, you can argue with me for about 20 minutes or you can just introduce yourself, because I will say one thing about myself.
I won't like to pick an argument unless I know I'm right if there's any chance I'm going to lose this argument I'm just not going to go down that route yeah well generally you don't lose arguments but I can be totally wrong and I could totally like it, but you'd give up and I'd be like yeah, think about all the times I think I know I'm right and then you're like you're actually an idiot, but you and in between, I'd say I don't like it. I would like your solar eclipse. I would not like. try my best to defend my position unless I really think I'm right, so obviously there's a good chance I'm completely wrong, but usually when it's like we're arguing about something within our house and within our relationship, I don't.
I'm going to fight you unless I'm like Julian, there are 30 paper towels on the counter. Can you throw them away if you said, but baby, I'm wearing them all? I think now is when you need to do it. stop and just throw them away, but yeah, if I make a mistake, I'll apologize profusely, but Julian does a very good job, he apologizes and when he's wrong, when he gets there, the prosecution would like to stop the evidence present from pulling out 30 papers. guilty towels, okay, it's not that funny Sal Power says you sometimes cheat at veganism.
I think well when I said that I started being vegan a long time ago, like over ten years ago, and I wasn't even doing it, I was just doing it for health reasons and I would have a cheat meal every Sunday and for me the cheat meal meant that I would eat meat and dairy, which is fine, there are people who do that and I still think there is an impact to be had by eating less animal products if that's how you approach it. but at this point in our life and you know, when I finally went completely vegan, for something years ago I don't see it as cheap food anymore, you know, I just don't do it, I don't want to eat animal products, so that's not something What would I eat, does that make sense?
I miss the way cheese is good, you know, sometimes it's hard to finda product or something that you want to make that gives you the same feeling, but certainly not. I don't see it as cheating because it's just not something I want to eat, yeah, yeah, I mean, and in the most respectful way possible when someone says to me, how long do you like it, how long are you going to make this vegan? or you like it. Well, do you know what it is about? I mean the question is framing it as a fad diet or whatever, I never take it personally.
It's only now that I have the opportunity to answer that question, I'm as ethically driven as I feel a vegan could be and I didn't start out like that and I don't talk about a lot because it's for me, you know what I mean, it's like it's my decision making and the way I look at things, but when I started, Jenna kind of helped me transition because she was getting a lot out of me. I get sick a lot, you know, eating meat and she helped me learn the plant-based diet and it was very quick that I adapted to it and said, "Okay, I want to do this now, I'm on the other side." where I've been doing it for a few years and I'm cheating on the diet it's not really a choice for me it's like I don't know how, I don't know I'm trying to compare it to something but it's like it's a choice I made so that it's like there's no chance to negotiate that choice because I've already made it and I've already stood firm in making that choice and I think about things a lot when it comes down to it. to the choice I make to be vegan so it never crosses my mind similar to similar but not similar to how it never crosses my mind to cheat by being gluten free it's like the repercussions yeah those are more physical repercussions , but I would never do it yeah, I would never want to cheat on a vegan diet for any reason, yeah, yeah, all it took was seeing some of those sad things and it's not food for me anymore, so yeah, no It is, it's not a question of cheating, there is no part. of me who wants to eat dairy cheese or wants to eat meat, so yeah, no, no, we don't cheat on our vegan diet.
Nayeli Espinoza says you guys really love the dink family, that's true, we've met a lot of you. and you all are funny, that's like yeah, you know I would bring you back to Twitch. I would credit Twitch for a lot of these feelings I have after the date on the podcast, of course, yeah, and we've been at this for so long. long, but I would give credit to this type of forum and Twitch where we interact directly with you. Twitch is more instantaneous because we see the chat while we are alive, but this is very similar to because we read the comments every week on the podcast but man, it's something you don't expect, to feel so much love for the people who support you and watch you, you always like, at least start, I always thought I would, I would thank you the time you interact with them. it's like they're, I think it's a group of people that actually know you better than I do, personally, that you know the people that follow the podcasts and the Twitch follower knows me better or understands me better as a Person and people that you knew years ago when I was making videos for my main YouTube channel, which I find really liberating because it brings you closer to them, but it also makes me feel really accepted, you know, because they support you and love you and show it to you.
You know they are there to laugh and joke, but I feel much more comfortable being that way. You know my everyday self and we can go play video games or we can sit here and have a conversation without the burden of it. being outrageously entertaining and people still enjoy it because they enjoy you as a person, so yeah, I think for me to have that response from people and then get to know a lot of them by name, a lot of them know them and not just by your username, kind of like your real names, yeah, it's been really cool and we follow a lot of you and knowing less here is a lot of fun, we do, we follow a lot of you, but it's similar to like you guys.
You know, you come into a new community and you really expect it to be a safe space to interact with people and talk to a creator or have some kind of presence there. They know they expect it to be a safe space. I am the same with you. I feel very lucky that you give us a safe space, not just for other people, but you give us the feeling of comfort and know that you have our back, if we are not feeling well, you wish us well or you are not doing well for us. pressure on us to do on the stream or whatever it is that you don't want to say, I feel an enormous amount of love and security from you because of how you act and how you are so genuine and how you treat each other, although unlike When people come to our Twitch stream and say we have a really nice audience and some of you are friends with each other and I've gotten to know each other through that like there's a lot to love and it would be hard not to love so I would say that yes, we love it, yes we love you guys, okay Jay, it's King, he says I guess Jenna doesn't actually have a basketball game tomorrow, how dare you, how dare you, it's tomorrow? to film a basketball highlight video obviously if he doesn't play it's tomorrow so I would just film myself practicing yeah so it's tomorrow guys don't worry no man it's tomorrow.
Becca wrote, well actually, see, this is a username. I know his name. Reston pugs, but I know her as Becca because she has been around for so long and yes, she wrote a similar question. The Digg fan became a bigger part of her lives and you always expect her to answer that, but yeah, she absolutely corrected Ted. Julianne learned when she was 20 years old not to put cutlery in the microwave, come on, is that true? Come on, I learned it in my teens to be fair, although you put out a fire in your kitchen for your mom when you were 10, so even if you had done something like you would at least know how to put out the fire mm-hmm, yes I said it, sorry, probably yes, yes, yes, don't buy teapots with rubber handles unless you have a child who is a firefighter and is 12 years old. part of the Illuminati probably Alicia says there are no accounts, like you think they would allow anyone with a YouTube channel to have access to any kind of absolutely I'm in the Illuminati, the aluminum arches below probably let Shane in first before nobody. so they can have him on their side, it's a good business move for them, for them, they really are four-night players in their spare time.
MUA Jordan says listen to Jordan every hour. I am NOT streaming on Twitch. I'm playing fifteen days on my computer. and not telling anyone about this every hour, I don't remember one person came into the chat, we were playing in pub G and they said: "you guys play for nine", we said no and then they said: "we know you guys they play for fifteen days." okay we don't have anything against it for tonight no but we recently tried it because it's so fun to play for everyone yeah there's a ton of content there it's great if Julian wasn't with Jenna he wouldn't be vegan.
Natalie Hewitt says yes and no yes because she introduced me to it so I give her credit for that um and I wouldn't have found it like I did if I wasn't with you but speaking now if we weren't together now I would still be vegan 100. % but let's say together as friends I love being friends you end up with use the best faith Nickerson says you rarely disagree on what you want to eat well Julian only wants pad thai so only on nights where the day of the week ends in Although we usually come up with something we'll both eat like we're both fine, it's not like we have tons of options, if we wanted to like the order, we have the same recipes and usually in more or less the same mood, like if we had a weekly eating schedule, so yeah, I would say that's true, I don't agree either, yeah, cheat day if I'm like that, and by cheat day I mean we don't eat both days.
Right where we get our fries, yeah, yeah, so I'll usually want Carl's jr. It has the burgers so good that they are the only nights of the week, although Sunday nights are a way to eat separately, yeah, because it's like it's one night a week, yeah, it's like your only good meal and I say, I know. what pad thai, yes, but I also feel like you and I have developed a good barometer of when the other person needs their favorite food, yes, so when I win I can tell you that you need pasta. I need her.
We make pasta and then the same. Thai food, you know, Asian food, Zara says you guys don't like to party, you prefer to stay at home, how can you realize this way in my life? Yeah, there was a time when I really really enjoyed going out, but it's not that much fun for me anymore, yeah, I never really liked it, really yeah, I really only went out because he wanted to go, would you shake his ass? I was like they were dating and I was going to put on my super high walking shoes. have a good time I thought it was fun, you know, I didn't drink in a bar or go dancing or whatever, we had a lot of fun, it wasn't something I would have chosen to do, but we have a lot of fun, but now, if we go out or have something to go to, it's fun and then we won't stay long and we'll come home, yeah, and then it'll be fun mm-hmm, yeah, but I don't know, it's nice, yeah, I think the biggest problem we're in What we get into is that we drink and play on a Saturday night, but we're still with all our friends and a lot of you watching live, yeah, having fun. mm-hmm it's like we're in a bar, we know everyone in the bar and we're also in our house, yes, but it's still very social, yes, yes.
Pedro Julián loves to lock the dogs and that weird thing in the wine room, no, almost literally, never do that, there is one we usually walk with, lock them in the game room if someone comes into the house or if you know there are times when it happens when you need the dogs to not be able to get out the front door, well, put them. in the game room where there's like a big chair and there everyone has beds and things to sit on and we wouldn't put them in the wine, yeah, that's where I go when the stream puts me in timeout if I ever do something wrong. stream They put me in and put me in the wine room to lie down and think what a joke 24 hours locked in the wine room challenge Isn't there one of those bathrooms that hang around there, what the hell do I do?
I don't know, man, I haven't really seen what I'm like. I think it's like you poop and then you smell your poop all day and then you eat with your poop. I would eat in the shower with the water running, that sounds good. I would. making pasta in the shower okay rohnke rousey says your sleep schedule is crazy and it's not really a schedule at all honestly i think this applies to everyone on the internet you have a sleep schedule or a schedule in general that involves sleeping and working overtime, something is like slapping it to make it less and less until it stops being like that, they are called Internet hours, yes, it is a phenomenon that happens among all people, all people there, either it's a game we're playing or it's a video we're trying to make or it's a bunch of stuff somehow it always disappears so you have to rebuild it right now we're in a good place though yeah eventually , as you improve and need to like it, really put it into it. your foot down and you demand from your body that you're going to do this or not and you're going to stay up all night like yeah, you fix it, but it takes some effort.
I think it's because you have all the power, you're so free, you know? You can work whenever you want, so sleeping in and kicking it is very liberating because as younger people we all wake up at the crack of dawn for school every day and sleeping in is like a dream come true. I know, when you finally have the ability to do that, of course, you'll let some time pass where you can stay up late and sleep in, but then you realize that this really isn't that good for me or me. body. my mental nothing, don't fix it completely, so yeah, we're in a good place, but we stay up late and we do it, we don't wake up like you know at dawn, yeah, we don't wake up at 6:00 a.m.
I wake up around 8:30 most days I'll probably wake up around 9:00 or 9:30 yes Marissa's assumptions about Julian ready for this I'm ready I'm 15 minutes late for everything that's not true it's not true early or early at the latest I'm never late I never mean I would say like I think she's saying that because I'm always late for the broadcast and for the broadcast I'm noticeably late like we I'll say it's 7:00 at 7:30 30 it's 8:00 but as far as in person, I have a lunch meeting, a meeting, if I was especially on the other side of town, I'll leave embarrassingly early in case there's a terrible traffic jam and I still have time to get there because I don't hate people, I hate being late, yeah he's never late and I have a normal with broadcasts, sometimes we can be late for a broadcast because the dogs are fighting and they won.
I don't finish your transmission, it's different. I admit that I am usually late for the broadcast, but other thingsyes, I like them. I can't afford to be late. You like what they have roasted worse. You like to wear clothes that are one size smaller. than you should wear who is that to me rude wait and when he didn't walk away from the keyboard and the mixer OMG, he's our audio engineer, he's not going to drool over the Apollo in short, is this shirt too tight Marissa, I don't, it's big. I'm an XL person. Should I upgrade to XL?
I mean, you wear whatever you want but I don't think your clothes are too small. Maybe I should look into Excel, we'll just try it, okay? a bunch of pictures and send them to Marissa, don't try on boys' clothes, okay? Stitch Fix Stitch Fix will get you the clothes you want in the size you should be wearing, unlike me, check it out, Tim, you got roasted, You're very routine-oriented, but I don't want to admit it. I am, I love and long for routine. You are a creature of habit. I feel like I have a routine too, although I made you make a schedule and tell me everything you're doing there, like inside Julian.
I have a routine, I don't know what it is. but it's okay, but I do it, that's all that matters, so I understand my routine, but no one else it's like they're hieroglyphs, no one should be able to read or understand my routine, as long as I can understand, oh, that's the My week's area code similar. It's always the same, everything has to be the same for me and if something new is going to appear, I need to mentally prepare for it and decide whether to do it mentally, physically or emotionally, and if there is any change, I don't do it.
I don't like it, you know, yes, unless I have enough time to prepare for it, but even you know that when we take on new things, I need to decide if I can fit in or not and if I can, then I commit to it until forever for always literally until someone else stops it exactly, but that's why I won't like to add something new unless you say yes. I'm committed to doing this until forever, otherwise I need to reevaluate this setting in this place or this, yeah, whatever, yeah. My schedule is always more or less the same and I like routine.
I also like routine, but it's my own routine. Yes, I know your routine, but it sounds a little familiar to us. You've trained me to make that ledger for other people. I'll just do this thing where he's like, yeah, I'm going to do this and then I'll do that and then I'll do this and I'm like, how did you add seven things a day? What the hell carpe diem? You know, I just have to do it in the end. You don't really know how to tie your shoes. I do know how to tie your shoes, but with a lowercase comma B.
I often pre-tie my shoes and then put them on. like all my Adidas, like my ultra boost. I don't tie those shoes because they are already tied. I don't read tie them. I like to double knot them really tightly and then just put them on and take them off, so now they're like slips. -in shoes with my converse I prefer them untied I like to walk with them untied that's wild no it's not I think it gives more freedom oh boy and it has a different look if you tie your converse or your vans or what did I say trade, I mean to gangs, if you tie your vans or your Converse Granese sneakers like that you look very serious and like it's not for that, I'm just chilling, oh, you're not a normal dad, you're cool. cool dad, oh my shoelaces are untied, I should buy some Crocs.
I have Crocs, no, I don't currently have them. I just bought those boots that you have, yes, I have their gardening boots, I really like them or dining boots, that's whatever. They're just shoes, okay, those are your assumptions about us, sir. I will say that for the most part they were very kind, so thank you for that shout out to the people we chose. Thanks, there were some that were the only one. saying like I was like all of them were like any of them were really nasty some of them were just like shots at us like someone was like all of you were rich and enjoyed being rich oh okay oh I don't I know what kind of discussion you want to have about this tweet, but it's exactly this is the discussion where we looked at each other, I don't know, but there were a couple who were saying that Julian is like calling me childish and that kind of thing. but I guess that's okay and I probably deserve it, but you're a wonderful friend.
I wish you were there with me by my side like a friend just through anything fake and thin but like a friend and we have to sleep in separate beds cause we're friends yeah like I Love Lucy we sleep in two single beds, next to each other, except we are friends, although I don't love Lucy, I am friends with Lucy, it's okay, I understand well. mm-hmm then we'll put a divider between the beds don't look at me okay I'm your friend but I also like to turn you around okay okay in general okay okay we can all look how about we all agree?
There we're going to put the friends joke in the friend zone and keep it there after you've said friends 30 times, you've only made it stronger, get it out of your system, otherwise you'll just continue with the joke, yeah. I heard it from my system, it's gone, it's okay, buddy, no, yeah, it's gone, you can't do that, it's okay, buddy, hey, lover, sweet pie, cupcake, sweet pea, honey, pee, honey, pee well honey, hey lover, a case, us, TP, a cage. Anna well-being is something so strange like oh, that's Oh lover, well, we're just going to do lover things like have dinner together while we look at each other holding hands with both hands, so we eat with our mouths like it's not that movie Brent Ben Stiller.
It's the one I don't remember, I'm paying Polly, no, they just get married and then they go to Meet the Fockers, they meet the parents, no, they go on their honeymoon, oh, and they cut it, wait, yeah, it ago, that's Along Came Polly at the beginning of a long game Polly Came, yeah, no, that's what we are, Jennifer Aniston, right? And she's a ferret, yes, but the reason he's heartbroken and falls into her arms is because she was heartbroken and cooked over the holidays. I don't think so. I don't think that's right I think it's money I'm thinking about I think I'm right I think I'm right Ben Stiller goes on vacation and the girl he's with is cheating on him with the guy who runs the boat that's not it that's it all I came following Along Came Polly is the woman where that's Jennifer note innocent selma Blair or something like that is the other one but there's two girls there's no we're not thinking about there's two girls what yes yes he's still there, you know?
Long Camp Olly, I don't know, is it him, oh okay, you're right, there's the whole first half of the movie that you're thinking you're missing, oh no, no, no, I'm thinking of a different movie, it's long game Paula, I'm sure everyone is shouting out the correct name of the movie right now, no it's not. Oh wait, why are we talking about this again? Oh, 'cause they're holding hands while you're eating, what are you talking about? Forget Sarah Marshall because that's not Ben Stiller. Can we place a bet right now? If I'm right, what do I do?
Everyone is on Jenna's chat because I'm here. there's no way it's not a long game boy there's no way it's not a long game Poli no, it's Heartbreak Kid I'm thinking of it's not Along Came Polly I've never seen it are you sure Heartbreak Kid is, this ? was the poster for the movie I've never seen that girl Malin Akerman was starting with I was wrong yeah she's the way I like it when we hold hands when we eat so honey she likes to eat with her right hand and he likes to try to eat his left hand or whatever. we're naughty, we're not even doing the whole two hands and just like scarf, man chooses promise to follow, damn, I thought I was right about that, not going back to the drawing board, I guess you guys just have to get involved.
Hey, they like to know when the podcast ends and they start escalating. They also know when the broadcast ends. They know our schedule better than we do, but dogs have a very strong biological clock. Well, thank you all for hanging out with us and listening to us. this week's podcast, we'll be back next week for another one and we'll be streaming all week. Happy Airy season this week. I hope you're making her tornadoes spin quickly, but we appreciate you and thank you for submitting your guesses. I help you have a good week, goodbye.
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