- October 15, 2020
Toni chats about disliking the name Toni, getting into brain training, laser eye surgery, spending $70 million, and what to do with the coffee grounds from her new espresso machine.
On today’s show:
- Disliking the name Toni
- Brain Training
- Laser eye surgery
- Spending $70 million
- Gifting coffee grounds and composting
- International podcast reviews
This podcast is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
Toni Lodge: [00:00:00] Hi, it's me. Um, so before you start listening, you can download a bingo sheet that you can like fill out while you're listening to the episode. So you can go to the website, one trick, tony.com or at one chick Tony show on Instagram, and just like literally have the time of your life, which you'll probably already have, because you're listening to this podcast that I create for you for free.
All right. Love you. Bye.
Hello. Welcome to one trick, Tony, a podcast where you can forget about your own problems for a minute and think about mine. Instead just before we started, I got really angry about people that can't remember other people's names. So it's definitely going to come across that. I sound like a little bit fired up and I'm really sorry.
Um, bear wrap episode 11. Very, very exciting. Um, and patients with me, of course. Hi, welcome. Um, And I was just saying that are people that say that they're bad with names are actually not bad with names. They're just fucking rude. Um, because you are saying that you are such low priority when you meet someone that like, you just don't give a fuck.
And that just real, and I just hate that when somebody else forgets your name. It's awkward for you. Like you feel like, Oh my God, I'm not important enough for them. Like, because whenever I wonder if that's just my anxiety though, like if someone goes like, Hey, to me, I'm like,
Oh my God, how do I like subliminally? Tell them my name so that we're not in this awkward, horrible.
Mason Lauder: [00:01:40] Oh yeah. Um, I wouldn't want to do that. Like, yeah. It's yeah. You don't want to have to mention, Oh, hi, I'm Mason. Nice to meet you again. Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:01:49] it's not. Do you go, like, do you go the condescending? Like Tony, like you put your hand out again.
You're like we've met before.
Mason Lauder: [00:01:58] Yeah. Well, Mason we've met before. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:02:00] Yeah. Like, um, like if someone's like, Hey, and you're like, Oh Tony. Yeah, we met at blah, blah, blah.
Mason Lauder: [00:02:07] Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:02:08] no, we're doing that. Hey mate. Cause you can't remember someone's name, name tag. Well, not for me though. I'm quite good with names. It is always awkward though.
Like when you've met. So I work in an office like a really big office and. I work breakfast hours. So I literally never run into anyone. And I just, all these people will go like, Oh, Hey Tony, because they like, I work on the breakfast show and then, yeah, no, there's only 10 of us. They all know who we are because they like talk about us in sales meetings and they come around and introduce us to people.
So they all know me and I know their faces and I say hello to them in the kitchen or whatever, but I never know them when I see them. And. We work in a building that normally has like lots of other, um, companies inside it. And so whenever I get into the lift, I might cause you don't know if they work on your floor or not.
Mason Lauder: [00:03:05] Yeah. That's not ideal. Is it?
Toni Lodge: [00:03:06] Yeah. In that situation, on the asshole, what'd you say
Mason Lauder: [00:03:09] name, tags,
Toni Lodge: [00:03:10] name tags. Oh, I just, at least if it said like. Kiss on there, then at least I would know that someone worked on my, Oh, this is, I just feel like this isn't a good way to start. Is it not a good way to start Glock?
I just sounded really angry now. I sound like I'm just ranting about people that don't know people's names.
Mason Lauder: [00:03:30] I mean, can we play, Scattergories lift the mood.
Toni Lodge: [00:03:33] Should we do, have we done names for the Scattergories game? No. Should we do names? Let's do names. Should it just be like. Not any name, any name because
Mason Lauder: [00:03:45] what were you thinking?
Toni Lodge: [00:03:47] I was going to say, should it be like a male or a female name, but that doesn't really exist. I've got a boys name. Tony. I hate the name, Tony, actually.
Mason Lauder: [00:03:57] Really?
Toni Lodge: [00:03:58] Yeah. I fucking hate it. I hate it so much. I don't know. I just think it's. I just think it's such a shit. Hi,
Mason Lauder: [00:04:08] sorry, Tony.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:10] Yes, actually great point.
Sorry. No, no judgment.
Mason Lauder: [00:04:16] I think it's great. I actually like it.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:18] I just think it's shit. Yeah. I think it's such a shit name. It's two body parts. Like it just feels lazy. No, what I mean?
Mason Lauder: [00:04:27] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:28] I was supposed to be called Molly
Mason Lauder: [00:04:30] really
Toni Lodge: [00:04:31] like M O L L I a, which I think is just like such a hot name and such hot spelling.
Hi, I'm Molly. Except imagine that Molly lodge Mala law is a real mouthful. Molly.
Mason Lauder: [00:04:45] I'm going to be Thomas
Toni Lodge: [00:04:46] or you're not a Thomas. No way. You're definitely. It's it's
Mason Lauder: [00:04:52] it got made my middle name anyway. So.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:54] Oh, luckily I didn't save tones as a shit name. Um, what we, do you know, what name your parents were going to call you?
If you're a girl?
Mason Lauder: [00:05:03] No, no. I only, because the only reason I know that I was going to be called Thomas because I asked where my middle name was going to come from and they've done it with all, like all of my siblings,
Toni Lodge: [00:05:13] like, so that the reject name is your middle name instead of, yeah. If I was a boy, I was going to be Tony.
Oh, like, I was literally fucked either way. My mum and dad were like, we're going to hate this kid and we want to call it Tony, whether it's a boy or a girl. Isn't that just like child abuse.
Mason Lauder: [00:05:33] I know to be eyes. I really liked the name, Tony. I like it. I think it's great.
Toni Lodge: [00:05:39] No, I think it's so shit. I don't know what it is.
I mean, I always hated it as I was growing up because I couldn't get anything with my name on it.
Mason Lauder: [00:05:48] Oh yeah. Especially with the eye as well.
Toni Lodge: [00:05:52] Yeah. So I was like, it would, you know, all the girls at school called like Sarah and Rebecca and Jane and stuff like that was, you know, like boring shit names. Sorry, Jane.
I know that you listen, um, My friend giant, not all Jane's. I mean, sorry to all Jane's art, you know, what would suck is that being called Sarah Jina, Rebecca, you would get that all the time. Like you would think that your name is so boring, but it's so pretty. And John, John, John, isn't like, you know how some names suit people like.
All through their life, but then some names sound good when you're a kid or like a teenager, but like, like the name Sheldon, you just can't imagine that someone called Sheldon is like a CEO.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:38] Oh yeah. Yeah. It growing up called Sheldon.
Toni Lodge: [00:06:42] Yeah. I just, I think it's cause it's like a new a name, but it's like how you can imagine like an older woman called Marjorie, but you can't imagine a little baby called Marjorie.
Like, Oh, there's little Marjorie. Like she's cheetah self again, like, you know, you just, you just don't really hear that. Huh?
Mason Lauder: [00:07:05] What's I mean, Charles, Charles, it's a very cute baby name. And I think it's probably cause it's like Royal. Yeah, it feels Royal. Doesn't it?
Toni Lodge: [00:07:13] But I guess like, at least if it was Charles, you could go Charlie.
Yeah. So you could like funk it up a little bit, but Tony is there. You just can't fucking do anything with it. You can't really make it any shorter. I mean, sometimes I get tones. Or tone, but like it's already very short, so there's just not really much you can do with it. Like I know that your Mason, you get mace.
Yeah. But that makes sense that Tony tone, it just, it does.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:44] I also got Mayo.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:47] Oh, my God. I fucking love Maya. I think the other day I read this thing and it actually made me feel like I was being personally victimized by the Instagram account that I read it on. And it said that you could eat a whole tub of Shabani fit.
Yoga. Good. Yep. Fit
Mason Lauder: [00:08:06] Shabani is a, Hey, say it. I always say Chobani.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:09] I don't think it's Chobani
Mason Lauder: [00:08:11] Chobani, but it should. Well, I'm a, I'm a gentlemen guy.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:16] Bridge people y'all got
um, I guess it's what did I say, Bonnie?
Mason Lauder: [00:08:26] Shabani it could be Shabani
Toni Lodge: [00:08:27] I don't know Bonnie or Chibani. I thought it was
Mason Lauder: [00:08:31] Shabani Chobani.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:33] Why don't you, you see if there's a clip on YouTube of an ad and maybe we'll know for sure while you do that, I'm going to tell her a story. Um, so it was like, This little comparison thing.
And it was like, said that you could for a tablespoon of Kewpie mayonnaise, like, you know, Japanese, Mayo, you could eat a whole tub of Chibani fit. Yo,
Mason Lauder: [00:08:57] sorry. This is very hard.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:01] No. Okay. You look for that and I'll sing. Yeah.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:04] Okay.
Shabani yogurt. Chobani, Chobani.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:15] Sorry, get, what was that? Chobani.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:17] Chobani. Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:09:18] I was seeing you on hold music.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:24] It was, it was Giovanni. Yeah, you're right. You're wrong? No, you're you did Shabani. Oh, did I
Toni Lodge: [00:09:32] fucking what? I said,
Mason Lauder: [00:09:33] you were going to call yourself a genius.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:37] Literally the opposite of Virginia. I couldn't remember what I'd said. Three seconds earlier. Um, Oh my God. Actually another tangent I just started playing, so talks got me, um, brain training for my DS.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:52] Okay, great.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:53] Yeah. And then there's a, and it's called, um, like it's called devilish training and use. You progress through, but you start initially at this thing, it's called one bag back and it says, Oh fuck, I'm sorry. Bad at explaining shit. So it has like a maths equation. So if anybody that doesn't know what brain training is, it's like this, um, Japanese brain psychologist.
I'm pretty sure he's like a brain psychologist who, um, like created all of these, um, like different types of training to like sharpen yourself up. And it gives you like a brain age and you are supposed to do like five minutes a day to like, keep yourself sharp and like, um, speed up your working memory and shit.
Anyway, one of the things in the new DS brain train three DS brain shaming. Fuck me.
Mason Lauder: [00:10:46] Fuck. How well is the brain training start
Toni Lodge: [00:10:49] working? It's made me less smart. It's actually made me worse than I was. Oh, we were starting here, like as long as if we were fucking up here, like, you know, In the new three D S brain training, devilish training, there's this thing.
And it's called to back and you kind of go up or down, you start at one, it gives you an equation, then it goes away and it shows you another equation. And while you're reading the second equation, you have to answer the first one. Yep. Right. And so then when you like, do good. Oh, do well at that. Then you progress and you do two back.
So it shows you equation. Number one, then equation number two. And then when equation, number three comes up, you have to answer equation one, but they've disappeared. Yeah, I know. I know. I know. And
Mason Lauder: [00:11:52] especially like, if maths isn't good, like, you know, if math
Toni Lodge: [00:11:56] is challenging, They are simple. Like the answer's never like above 15, so it'll be like 10 minus nine, one plus three, like go through it.
So it's very simple, but it's like, you have to memorize it. And where I was going with that is that, um,
Mason Lauder: [00:12:16] no, it's really not working. Is it
Toni Lodge: [00:12:19] fuck off? And where I was going with that is that I couldn't remember how I pronounced. Shabani not three seconds before, but I've just been trying to work on my working memory and it's not working.
Mason Lauder: [00:12:39] You've done a wake of it.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:40] Yeah. I've been doing it for a week. Okay. Yeah. It's um,
Mason Lauder: [00:12:44] maybe it needs a month.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:45] Do you want to know what my brain age is? Yeah, it's like
Mason Lauder: [00:12:48] 50. Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:12:50] really? 50. Yeah. It's like twice my age.
Mason Lauder: [00:12:57] That's not ideal.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:58] He's an ideal you're right. But I'm working towards it, you
Mason Lauder: [00:13:02] know? Right. Have you seen it go down in the, in the last week?
Toni Lodge: [00:13:06] It's too soon to tell.
Mason Lauder: [00:13:07] Okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:08] Yeah. Um, it's good though. I fucking, I recommend it. Um, what did we get on to? Oh, the fucking yogurt. Okay. So anyway, so these girls that I follow on Instagram, they actually post really good shit. I think what's their thing called clean Queens. I think clean I'm Googling it Queens.
Yes. C L E a N K w E N S. And they're like two girls that do, um, They're doing like studying nutritional some shit. And they like post all this really cool stuff. But they said, yeah, that like a tablespoon of Kewpie Mayo is the equivalent of having a whole yogurt. And when you think about it like that, I mean, keeping my eyes pretty good
Mason Lauder: [00:13:53] though.
Yeah. Or would you rather, yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:13:56] so it's like, it's like calorie quantifying or whatever. So it's like for the same nutritional. Whatever, you know, fuck. Should we start again? I'm actually,
Mason Lauder: [00:14:16] we still haven't gotten into the game, to be
Toni Lodge: [00:14:17] honest, I've forgotten about that, but I have some water from this fancy glass.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:21] New classes. They do look right.
Toni Lodge: [00:14:24] Um, Oh, I know that you just said new glasses because you were talking about this glass that I was drinking out of, but glasses kind of made me think about the glass on my face. I think. Well, no, I don't know. Do you think I should get laser eye surgery?
Mason Lauder: [00:14:43] I don't know. Do, do you feel, do you feel like the glass is a part of your personal brand?
Toni Lodge: [00:14:50] That's a good point. Do you think that you obviously think that if you've just said that?
Mason Lauder: [00:14:54] Well, I, I mean, yeah, I think I do. I think there is an association there between okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:15:02] I was in Christ, open them. Welcome to uncheck Tony. Um, I can't see you, but you can see me. Um, this is a really, so for anybody that can't see me, which is everybody except for pacing, uh, I've taken my glasses off.
I can't see anything now obviously, but you know how it's not reflecting my glasses. Aren't reflecting on the screen.
Mason Lauder: [00:15:27] Uh, yeah, sure. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:15:29] And it just, I feel like it makes me look less dorky, but. I don't know if anybody, he has had laser eye surgery and they raided it, let me know kind of right at it. Yeah.
And they do get fucked and blind.
Mason Lauder: [00:15:46] Yeah. Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:15:48] see, I've just put my glasses back on. I look on such a,
Mason Lauder: [00:15:51] it depends what the process is like. I can, I feel like you did multiple things like the zapping, your eyes multiple times.
Toni Lodge: [00:15:58] No. Right. Okay. So I've done a little bit. I've done the, I think there's like, I literally did it half an hour ago.
I just decided today that I was going to do it, um, potentially, potentially, potentially, um, So there's like six different types of something. But the one that I was reading about this might be all of them.
Mason Lauder: [00:16:20] Can't
Toni Lodge: [00:16:20] remember some of them a fucking working memory. Maybe my memory is so bad. Cause I can't say maybe the laser eye surgery would help.
So, um, you like you go there, right? They have you seen clockwork orange. None of them. They put that little con okay. Oh my God. Google clockwork orange. Cause there will be the thing with the eye. They just put like a little contraction in your eye to keep your eye open.
Mason Lauder: [00:16:49] Oh no, I have seen those contraptions.
Toni Lodge: [00:16:53] Forceps. They're not called forceps. I think that's for a pap smear. I think I've got to get a pap smear. Oh fuck. I've got so much. I've got to do very busy anyway.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:12] Bit of project management.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:16] I'll put it in our show planning document, be like, mom, don't forget Tony. You're going to get a pet scan anyway. No, so they do that. And then I put like odd drops in that like numb your eye. And then depending on what you need done, the zapping, the actual zapping goes from 10 to 60 seconds.
Oh, well, yeah, you can fucking drive home after that. Don't recommend it. But
Mason Lauder: [00:17:45] do you have a car crash
Toni Lodge: [00:17:47] video? I reckon that was funny. I looked funny when I said that as well.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:52] I think mum, mum has had,
Toni Lodge: [00:17:54] Oh, well she's fucking reach. Yep. Zacharias with gold.
Mason Lauder: [00:18:00] No she's had, um, can't remember what, what thing it is, but it's, it's like she, a lot of glide glaucoma, like, like,
Toni Lodge: [00:18:09] no, she had glaucoma
Mason Lauder: [00:18:11] early stage.
Like it's not, there's just a lot of pressure in her eyes and they're worried about it turning into it. And so, and so she, at one point they like, they did the same thing. They stuck a needle in her eye or whatever. Yeah. I know. Real bad, but now, and now they just, they zap it to let the pressure out. Yeah.
And so she only needs to do it. Like, not that often, like
Toni Lodge: [00:18:39] she only needs to do it. Not that often. That's awesome. Super informative. Thank you so much.
Mason Lauder: [00:18:45] I think she used to do it like every six years or whatever. So it's, it's better than putting eyedrops in every single day.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:51] Yeah. Yep. Yeah. I don't know if I should get laser laser eye surgery. Just feel like it would be a lot less admin because my glasses, because I'm absolute doofus and I push them up plaque base.
Like I pushed them up plaque at the side with my Oh, what's that power of your hand called?
Mason Lauder: [00:19:17] Uh,
Toni Lodge: [00:19:17] the type, the heel or no, that's the heel.
Mason Lauder: [00:19:20] That's the process like the, just before the start of your fingers? Yes. Yes.
Toni Lodge: [00:19:28] But what's that called the pad?
Mason Lauder: [00:19:31] The, the hand anatomy,
Toni Lodge: [00:19:34] because that would be the pad of your foot and that would be the heel of your foot.
And that's also called the hand. They hear their heel of your hand. Seriously. I think you gotta start again. We can not fucking post this. I sound like I've done
Mason Lauder: [00:19:48] actual
Toni Lodge: [00:19:51] illegal substances. Sound drunk. Drinking soda linkable.
Mason Lauder: [00:19:57] Obviously you finally just, you've just blown up at people. Who'd get names wrong or forget
Toni Lodge: [00:20:01] names.
Okay. Well, the fucking heel of my hand has never said hi, I'm the heel of your hand. And I've forgotten it. I'm not rude if you have hand, I'm really sorry, but I don't think that's ever happened anyway. Why are we talking about no, that
Mason Lauder: [00:20:22] part of my hand. Cause you push your glasses up with all of your hands.
Toni Lodge: [00:20:25] Yes. I push my glasses up with the, the non heel of my head, the underneath, I think let the bottom of my fingers all at the tips I fingers like this. Right. So I always get little fingerprints around here. Around the bottom of my glasses. And so they're always dirty. And then I clean them on my shirts and they get scratched and his whole thing.
So I just feel like that would remove a whole element of my needs my day to day needs.
Mason Lauder: [00:20:54] Yeah. Reduce the admin.
Toni Lodge: [00:20:56] Also tuck my shirt in a lot. So I can't actually.
Mason Lauder: [00:21:01] Oh, yeah, kind of she claimed them.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:03] Yeah. Sometimes I do this, like I do them at the light at the top, but that's not very effective. Like you can say them right now.
They're really fucking dirty. Can you say that?
Mason Lauder: [00:21:16] No. Oh yeah. They're a little bit there. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:19] Fucking break. I'm like, you know, when little kids have glasses and they just like get dirty all the time. That's like what? It's like, I have a snack and then I smell Cracker all of my glasses. I'm like,
Mason Lauder: [00:21:30] have you done contact lenses?
Toni Lodge: [00:21:32] I haven't ever had contact lenses. I don't know if they would work for me. Just not
Mason Lauder: [00:21:38] strong enough.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:39] Um, no, cause my prescription is not, Oh fuck. This is boring. My prescription is not that strong. It's that? Every single person listening right now probably knows way more about ophthalmology and optometrists and fucking glasses, doctors, whatever they're called.
So an ophthalmologist can, is an actual doctor. Like they go to medical school and they can do like eye surgery and stuff, and optometrist like can take your prescription. And then the other one what's the other one is something else.
Mason Lauder: [00:22:17] I dunno, I clinician,
Toni Lodge: [00:22:20] yeah, I guess so name, like what do they do? The glasses.
They, um, take your
Mason Lauder: [00:22:26] tests. So they actually make the prescription lens. What's that called?
Toni Lodge: [00:22:31] Um, robots. New
Mason Lauder: [00:22:36] was a robot who does it? Um, topology.
Toni Lodge: [00:22:39] No, no. Anyway, it doesn't matter. Um, this is not good content. Mark's had a few bingo sheets cause it's terrible. Okay. Anyway, everybody that's listening. I'm going to wrap this up very quickly.
Anybody that's sustaining probably knows way more about glasses than me, but I have a stigmatism in both eyes, which means that my eyeball is around. So it doesn't like refract. Retract extract, protract, whatever light properly. And that's what gives me problems. I also have a prism shift in my glasses, which means that my eyes don't have to look straight ahead.
My eyes actually looked down and my glasses correct that because I've got very weak muscles holes in my eyes. So I get. Migraines a lot when my glasses aren't right. And I called them migraines and my optometrist thought that was very funny and cute. Um, so that's it on our chat. Um, let's fucking burn that and never talk about it again.
Oh, you've had to suck
Mason Lauder: [00:23:42] laser eye surgery
Toni Lodge: [00:23:44] unless you've had that then message me please, because I want to know if it's good, especially in Melbourne so that I know what the Mulla just to go to.
Mason Lauder: [00:23:53] So there's just, I actually just found an update on, on what they're called, who made the
Toni Lodge: [00:23:59] elaborate
Mason Lauder: [00:24:01] op op filmic ophthalmic laboratory technician.
Toni Lodge: [00:24:06] Oh my God. Hot. Imagine hitting on a girl at a bar and her being like,
so what are you do? And you being like, and they're not filming technician. Imagine that they would fuck you straight away. There's just no way that a girl wouldn't suck your Dick. If you said that to them at a bar,
it's like, if you said you're a key doctor and people are like, Oh, you care about kids. That's so brave. You know how that would say something like that anyway. Okay. Scott degree's game. We're about to have to wrap up the fucking podcast. Cause we just talked about eyes surgery for 25 years. Um, I'm so sorry everybody plays on give this episode a bad review because talked about eye doctors for too long,
Mason Lauder: [00:24:55] just overcompensate and give us five stars.
Toni Lodge: [00:24:59] yeah, yeah. I, I liked that. You said Aspen. That was interesting.
Mason Lauder: [00:25:04] Okay. Give Tony five star.
Toni Lodge: [00:25:08] Yeah, I love this podcast. One trick Mason. It's good. Isn't it?
Mason Lauder: [00:25:14] It was good.
Toni Lodge: [00:25:18] One trick, Thomas.
Okay. We're playing these fucking Scattergories games so that I can put this dye dice down and I can never, ever think about eye doctors ever again. Okay. So we'll do names.
Mason Lauder: [00:25:32] Okay, great.
Toni Lodge: [00:25:33] And, um, my sister messaged me and this isn't a tangent. This is explaining the game and said that maybe for this week we should set a timer and go down instead of up.
Mason Lauder: [00:25:45] a great idea.
Toni Lodge: [00:25:46] So many you can time in like 10 seconds or 30 seconds or whatever. Probably not 30 seconds. That's
Mason Lauder: [00:25:53] 15 seconds,
Toni Lodge: [00:25:54] 15 beautiful split the diff. Right. Alright. So any names like any people's names? Sorry, not any names cause you can't fucking. Excuse me. I'm so sorry. I'm a real mess today.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:07] It's okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:09] Do you think that we'll have to rerecord this episode? Is it too bad to post
Mason Lauder: [00:26:13] now? No, this is great. If you want to know about eye doctors,
Toni Lodge: [00:26:19] one trick TinEye okay. That was funny. Okay. I just love my joke. Um, okay. Do you want to go first?
Mason Lauder: [00:26:29] Okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:30] I feel that we don't need the icebreaker anymore because I just talk.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:36] Yeah, we just go on tangents anyway.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:38] Yeah. On our podcast. Okay.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:46] Yeah. I've got 15 seconds up.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:49] All right. You'll let her eat.
Oh, no. We had F last year.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:56] We're doing names yet. Just so, just.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:59] Are you fucking kidding me?
Mason Lauder: [00:27:02] Hey, I'm not the one who forgot the
Toni Lodge: [00:27:03] surface side. Are you kidding me? I just tried like 20 times. I said it's people's names. Not like random things. Like you can't just say like Cairo pyramid. Cause that's a nightmare.
Mason Lauder: [00:27:14] Yeah. Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:27:14] that sounds good. Like people's names.
Mason Lauder: [00:27:16] Okay. I've got it. I've got it. Now.
She's a really made real bad if I just started mentioning it. Pyro
Toni Lodge: [00:27:25] pyramid. Okay. Hey,
Mason Lauder: [00:27:31] Paulie, Petra Peter Parker.
There it is.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:46] Okay. That was, that was four and a half. I'll give you a
Mason Lauder: [00:27:48] half
Toni Lodge: [00:27:50] actually. No pet. Did you say pepper? The pig
Mason Lauder: [00:27:54] pepper. The peek? Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:55] Is pepper pig,
Mason Lauder: [00:27:56] huh? I didn't watch it
Toni Lodge: [00:27:59] is paper pigs.
Mason Lauder: [00:28:01] Really? I thought I always saw it as Pepperdine. It's like Thomas
Toni Lodge: [00:28:04] puppy,
Peppa pig. This is mummy pig. This is daddy pig. And this is my little brother, George. That's the song.
Okay. At the time again?
Mason Lauder: [00:28:29] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:28:32] No. Okay. You got five because I forgot that pepper is like PE PPA. Like I thought you just said pepper and I was like, Oh, I guess, but yeah. It's a pepper pickers of people. Peak nuts, pepper, peak.
Mason Lauder: [00:28:43] It's definitely pepper. The peak
Toni Lodge: [00:28:45] it's not peppered. The pig is just pepper. Pig is not their peers,
Mason Lauder: [00:28:49] pepper pier Thomas tank engine.
Toni Lodge: [00:28:51] Now Thomas the tank engine,
Mason Lauder: [00:28:54] they should pick one or the other.
Toni Lodge: [00:28:55] Oh well, but I want to think they're all made by the same person. And I think they'd like lock someone away in a cupboard. They go, can you come up with all of the kids shows Thomas the tank engine, Peppa, the pig, um, Oh, God bananas in the pajamas.
Like, I don't think that that's how they do it. Oh my God. Speaking of being locked up in a room though, do you know what movie I watched on the weekend? That sounded like it was not a good tangent, but it is, um, room. It's called. Have you seen that?
Mason Lauder: [00:29:25] No, I haven't seen it.
Toni Lodge: [00:29:26] It's got Brie Lawson in it and that little boy,
I'm not good with names.
Mason Lauder: [00:29:37] Sorry. What was the movie called again?
Toni Lodge: [00:29:40] It's called Rome. That's really, really good. And she's like, like she gets kidnapped
Mason Lauder: [00:29:49] Jacob Tremblay.
Toni Lodge: [00:29:50] Tremblay. What did I say, David sham, bro? No, I was wrong.
Mason Lauder: [00:29:54] That show that kids are famous. Like surely you're not going to know his name.
Toni Lodge: [00:29:58] That kid is famous now though.
I think that movie came out in what, 2016 or something maybe even 15. Um, anyway, and she gets kidnapped and like her captor. Like abuses her and stuff. And she ends up like pregnant to him, to the captor. And, um, she has a baby to him. And then let the movie starts when they've been in their flux. She's been captured for like seven years.
Mason Lauder: [00:30:26] far out. I mean, we watched oceans eight on the weekend.
Toni Lodge: [00:30:30] We talked about this, I think last week, year that I amazing women in it. Like Mindy Kayling, she's literally the love. Of my life apart from Zoe foster Blake and Alison Roman, the chef, and also, um, Mmm. I love so many women. Um, Abbi and Ilana from broad city.
Julia Austros the chef just got her book today, really excited about it. Great. Um, thanks Jane. Um,
what other women do? I love lots anyway, what was I talking about? Women that alone? Oh, so many amazing women, but I found like, it was just a bit like. You know.
Mason Lauder: [00:31:34] Yeah, no, I get it.
Toni Lodge: [00:31:37] I just feel like they could have made a really awesome different movie with all of those fucking sick women in it. You know, like they had all those people ready.
How. Amazing is Anne Hathaway. She's gorgeous. She's still looks exactly the same now as she did when she was in princess diaries, which I'm just remembering that lesson,
Mason Lauder: [00:31:59] I would say. Yeah, she is great. It was great, great cars. Like real, real good.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:08] And like the movie would have cost them so much to make, like, cause they have do all the stuff at the met ball and like the Kardashians are there 77,
Mason Lauder: [00:32:18] 70 million,
Toni Lodge: [00:32:19] $2 million.
Oh my God. Okay. What would you do with $70 million if you want it, like right now I handed you $70 million.
Mason Lauder: [00:32:27] Um, well, I mean, I, I. I'd get a, I talked about this on the other podcast with the other podcast collaborators. I said, I'll buy a house that didn't have fiber internet and then run fiber internet to the house.
What would you do?
Toni Lodge: [00:32:46] I thought, I thought that you would come up with like a better answer,
Mason Lauder: [00:32:49] but it would be not boring. I would travel the world.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:53] We can't do that right now.
Mason Lauder: [00:32:55] Um,
Toni Lodge: [00:32:56] It's called your time at time of no. Now I'm saying now it is, you could do that later. If we're allowed to ever leave our houses again.
Mason Lauder: [00:33:08] I dunno, what would you do with 70 million bright now
Toni Lodge: [00:33:12] I've given you these ants on a different podcast with the podcast collaborators, but I would sign man, all of my friends up to a weekly flower subscription service. So that every week I got a fresh bouquet of flowers, because that is just the nicest thing ever.
And I just think that makes me so happy. And if I got fresh flowers every week, I would probably cry. Every time that I had them. And whenever you've got fresh flowers in your house just makes you so happy. And then I would buy a really, really nice house to put the flowers into that. So not just the flowers, like I would also be there.
Um, I'd definitely buy a house here in Melbourne and I would buy a house in
probably. Tokyo and New Zealand and I'll buy an Audi because, Oh, Oh my God.
Mason Lauder: [00:34:07] Yeah. I buy a Tesla
Toni Lodge: [00:34:09] and Audi is like my car that like, I don't really care about cars, but I love Audis. And one day when I'm rich and famous,
Mason Lauder: [00:34:16] it could happen.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:19] I can't wait, what else would I do? I'd also go and get my hair done.
Probably. Um, Kind of a small purchase though in the long run, I guess. Um, but I would, I would invest a lot of it, I think, to try and like, you know, push my future out. I'd also give money to my nephew, my nephews and nieces. Um,
Mason Lauder: [00:34:39] I mean, that's, that's a very, um, it's a responsible,
Toni Lodge: [00:34:42] yeah, it is. Um, what else would I spend money on?
I have some charities that I like I'd give them money. You'd feel guilty. Not to, even if you should want to give money to a charity, like, even if you're a real asshole and you didn't want to do that, you'd feel, you'd feel too guilty. Not to, you'd be like, I don't really give them money, but I fucking have to, I've just been given all this money.
Like I would do it because I would want to
Mason Lauder: [00:35:15] cause he getting a tax deduction.
Toni Lodge: [00:35:17] Yeah, that's true. Let me get it fucking all claiming on tax anyway. Oh, I'm just like bothered. Cause I don't get very many facial hairs. Right. But I get one really thick beard hair, like just here on my chin. Wow. Wow. And I pluck it out every time it comes out, but it's back and I haven't gotten it out yet and it just like sits on my chin and just like bothers me.
Mason Lauder: [00:35:44] Do you ever get an
Toni Lodge: [00:35:45] ingrown? It doesn't incur it. Literally. I pluck it out and then it goes back and then I pluck it out and it grows back. And it's just the only, it's the only one I've got. Like I have other like long hairs on my face, which I guess is just part of, of, um, becoming a woman. But, um, I'm going through my second.
Um, but I just get this one really fake black. Be it hair. I just, just one, I would have thought I would have had millions more by now, but just get this one, but it's so FIC. Um, do you want to sit for 10 seconds?
Yep. Yeah. Sorry everyone. God, this is a lot. Isn't it. Okay. Ready?
Mason Lauder: [00:36:30] Yep.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:32] And Nelly, Nora, Nathaniel. Nick Nicole Nerissa Natalie. Oh,
Mason Lauder: [00:36:52] that's pretty good. Nathan would have been another good one. I thought you would have doubled up with Nathaniel and Nathan.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:59] I thought that you were going to yell at me cause I said Nick, and then I said, Nicole, and I was like, Oh, I can't keep going with that.
Nick Nicholas, Nicole, Nikki. Nick
Nick is that's a nine. Um, sorry. I really have gotten off track. Um, I have actually got it. Okay. Okay. Okay. So I lost time. That we were here. I said that I was really, really excited about my coffee machine coming. I got this brand new coffee machine. It's really amazing. It's I love it so much. And it's super handy and just makes me feel fancy.
Like, you know, when you buy something really nice for yourself and then you just like really enjoy using it. Like it's the feeling I imagine people get from like luxury cars. Like you spend a lot of money on something that's like, you don't really need to, but you really like it. And then every time you get in your car, you're like, fuck.
Yeah. Like. This is nice. That's all the coffee machines like is that it's the Audi of my life at the moment. Um, it's it's I love it. It's it's so great. I just made heaps of espresso martinis on it weekend and it was great. Anyway, so it's a coffee. It's like an S an espresso machine. Every time I say an espresso machine, people think I'm saying, ah, Nespresso machine.
I'm saying an espresso machine. No, George Clooney. Just coffee grounds. So I bought, we bought like a grinder tops and I bought a grinder and we get like a bag of beans every month from st. Ali, the coffee shop in Melbourne, and I'm not sponsored just good. And I was like, Oh my God, we've only had this coffee machine for like, not even a week and we've already, um, Was that a noise?
Mason Lauder: [00:38:59] Yeah. I think something dropped upstairs
Toni Lodge: [00:39:02] ops does. Wow. Fuck me. Must be nice. Right. Anyway, I just heard the noise. I was like, is there a cat underneath your face or something? Um, Anyway. So we've had it for less than a week. We've already got all these coffee grounds and I was like, Oh fuck. What can you do with them?
Because I don't want to throw them out like zero waste living, trying to, you know, help the planet, yada, yada, and I had a look online and you can use them to make like, Body scrub and you can use them on plants and, um, you can compost with them and all sorts, all sorts of stuff. I also read that there. So I get, um, I get quite bad psoriasis.
I'm like, I get it, especially when I'm stressed. So like during this covert time, my skin's in an absolute mess. Like I don't get on my face or anything, but like, I get big spots on my arms and my legs and um, through my scalp as well, I have in front of my scalp. Yeah. And it gets like really flaky and ICI and it's, it's really, it's annoying.
Cause it's just like, it's just annoying. Like it's not, it doesn't like. Make my life worse. I know that there's people that have like debilitating psoriasis. It's like really painful or really each year or whatever, but I'm lucky mine isn't. Isn't super bad, but it's enough to like bother me. And I read online that it's quite good for like exfoliating your skin and exfoliating your scalp.
If you use a lot of hair products, you should put it through there and like get all the bits of his scalp. Anyway, I read that there was all these health benefits and I was like, fuck, well, I've got all these coffee grounds and I save every jar that we use so that I can like propagate plants. Or if I like decide, I want to make chili oil or.
Mom lied or something then I could, because I've got all these fucking Chels. Anyway, I have a question for you. So we've got all these coffee grounds and I thought I'm going to ask my girlfriends to see if they would like some coffee grounds, because like, That's like quite a sweet thing to offer.
There's like all these things that you can do with them. I asked one of my girlfriends. I was like, Hey, like, do you want some coffee grounds? I've got heaps. Like, I've got them in a drawer. I can give them to you. You can like, just add coconut oil and they're good to go. And she was like, Oh nah. I was like, Oh, okay.
Yeah, if you're not going to use them, like, don't worry about it. And then. I had two other girlfriends that I was going to ask two of the girls that I work with. I asked perpetrator a and I said, Hey, I've got all. And I know that she likes to work in her garden. And I said, Hey, I've got all these coffee grounds.
Would you like some, cause you're not good for your plans. Great. For your skin, like fucking sick. And she goes, no thanks. And I was like,
Mason Lauder: [00:41:56] Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:41:58] okay. Okay. As I'm taken aback with the rude rejection perpetrator B walks in into the room, we're all working to get us socially distanced my son and I say, Oh, perpetrator B, would you like some coffee grounds?
I've got heaps at home. Like, you know, blah, blah, blah. So great for your skin. So great. If I give her the fucking spiel about how good it's going to be, like make her life better. She loves plants. She loves cooking. She loves skin. She's got heaps of it, heaps of skin. And she also doesn't like waste and she goes, no, I didn't want any coffee grounds.
And my question to you is, is that like a shit thing to offer someone? Like, is it rude? Do you think it's rude that I'm saying, Hey, like, do you want this? Because I was really worried that maybe I'd said to someone like, do you want all my scraps when that is not what I meant at all? I just thought it was like a real cute thing to offer something.
Some, a real cute thing to offer someone because you can do all the things with it.
Mason Lauder: [00:43:08] Yeah. How, how good was the pump up? The gave them about that?
Toni Lodge: [00:43:14] It was really good. I was like, Oh, you know, I've just got all these coffee grounds and I'm not going to use them all. And I'm wondering like, You know, you can, like, you can use, make it an exfoliator.
You just add a bit of coconut oil and some essential oils, and you can make like a, a face mask or a body exfoliant, or you can put it on your plants. And they'll both just like all three of them, but they're all just like, no,
Mason Lauder: [00:43:39] the plants, like if they love the garden, it's great for the plants.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:42] They obviously don't love that garden because they don't want stuff from me, but I just wasn't really upset by that.
I thought they'd be stoked. And then, and then one of them on this is actually really sad. So then one of them perpetrator B was like, make sure you're really careful because, um, they can get really stinky. Like don't just like leave them out. Cause they can start smelling really bad. And I was like, Oh yeah, I'll be careful, but I'd actually already put them into jars to give to them.
Yeah. Yep. Yeah, I know. I know. I just told that they really, I thought really this is sad. I thought that they would really like that offer. Yeah, I just, how do I get it so wrong? It's just literally worse than when no one came to my 21st birthday party.
Mason Lauder: [00:44:43] Oh really?
Toni Lodge: [00:44:44] That happened. Yes. Like organized about, just tell the story very quickly.
I organized a bar. I sat there for three hours. Nobody came. Yes. Very exciting. Oh,
Mason Lauder: [00:44:58] that's so sad.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:00] So sad. Yeah. And it was the second birthday after my mum passed away. So the birthday before I didn't do anything, cause I was like, my mom's just passed away. I don't want to do anything. And then my 21st birthday and no one came, so I don't really celebrate my birthday anymore.
Yeah. Very sad. Actually though last year, all my friends from work through, we did something really fun for my birthday. And that was great. But anyway, I feel like this is likened to that situation. I just thought, do you think that that's like a shit? Is it like, Oh, you know, when someone says, like I bought all these clothes that don't fit me cause do you want them?
And you're like, Oh, okay. You're telling me that I'm fat. So you want me to give you. These fucking potato sacks, that don't fit you. You want to give them to me, like, that's like a rude thing. It's like a sweet offer, but it's like a rude way of putting it. Do you think that it's like a really rude thing to offer someone used coffee grounds I've paid fucking profit?
Mason Lauder: [00:45:56] No, I don't think it's cause I've, I've done. I've done a similar thing. Like I've offered worm juice, which is when pits
Toni Lodge: [00:46:03] great offer though. Cause it's so good for your garden. Yeah. What would you like some coffee grounds?
Mason Lauder: [00:46:09] Sure. I mean, we've got, we've got a compass that would we, because we've got the set, we're going to cut.
We've got coffee grounds and they go right in the
Toni Lodge: [00:46:15] compound,
Mason Lauder: [00:46:17] but it's okay. Like it more than it's great. Cause worms love them. And then the plants left. And when you put them on the plant,
Toni Lodge: [00:46:23] my coffee grounds though, you don't want them either.
Okay. You know what. When we do the review game this week, which will be in the next 10 minutes. If you message me and I've read your review, you can choose between a MozBar. And the tiny little bag of coffee grounds. And if you don't pick the coffee grounds, I'm gonna be real upset.
Mason Lauder: [00:46:58] They're absolutely going to get inspected at all this post.
Toni Lodge: [00:47:02] Do you think it will look like I'm trying to send people items to make a bomb or something?
Mason Lauder: [00:47:06] Maybe
Toni Lodge: [00:47:08] I thought that he was like, such as wait thing to offer someone I'm like, I don't want to just throw them out and I can't go through that much coffee scrub myself. I'll fucking scrub my skin off on die,
Mason Lauder: [00:47:22] which I haven't see if you use the coffee scrub.
And then are you going to be putting it on your plants at the moment?
Toni Lodge: [00:47:28] I haven't yet. No, I haven't yet. Okay. Can you put it straight on or do you have to.
Mason Lauder: [00:47:33] Oh, it might need some diluting or at least like add some other stuff into it.
Toni Lodge: [00:47:42] I've been thinking about getting one of those composters you know, the compost thing that's got the garden around it does.
I could just start really small. Um, like it's like a backyard slash apartment thing. If you Google it, it's called composter, C O M P O S T a. They're really, really fucking cool. I think they're like a hundred bucks and they're an Australian Australian couple created them actually in Queensland. I think.
Oh, yes. Send me a composter.
Mason Lauder: [00:48:14] Yeah, these are very cool. Are they worse?
Toni Lodge: [00:48:16] Um, yeah. So you put worms into the middle, so there's like, um, so it's kind of like a sombrero shapes. There's like a big deep on the outside, like a moat. And then in the middle, there's like a big cylinder where you put all your compart, like your, all your scraps and the worms and stuff and the worm.
Um, the worms like Pooh out all the good bits and it goes out into the. Moat part of the thing and you put like all your veggies or flowers or whatever in there,
Mason Lauder: [00:48:43] that's such a great idea.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:45] And I can just put my coffee grounds in there. Maybe I'll get a compost. Yeah,
Mason Lauder: [00:48:50] that's a great, that's a great idea. The other, the other option is there's and I don't really know how it works with it.
There are these things called Bokashi bins.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:59] Peacocky beans. That's a different thing.
That's definitely a different thing. I think
Mason Lauder: [00:49:10] they're, Bokashi bins,
Toni Lodge: [00:49:12] big hockey on the podcast. It's incredibly inappropriate.
Mason Lauder: [00:49:19] Anyway, that's another composting system.
Toni Lodge: [00:49:24] Oh, what was that? Laugh? I sound like a vampire. Um, yeah, the big hockey been. What about it?
Mason Lauder: [00:49:39] Uh, it uses, it uses like enzymes to break down.
Toni Lodge: [00:49:43] Oh gosh.
Mason Lauder: [00:49:51] But yeah, you can bet you could get a Bokashi bin.
Toni Lodge: [00:49:56] I don't want to get a big hockey bin. I think I'm going to get the composter.
Unless it's a good idea. Unless the inventor of boot cocky wants to send me the bin. Um, Oh God, sorry. I just dropped the scattergun and die dice. Thinking about big cocky out. It's just time gets away from me. Um, anyway. I thought that the, you need to pull it together. I thought that the coffee grounds would, I literally thought that the three girlfriends of mine that I offered them to, I thought that they would have been like, fuck Tony.
That's really cool, but they weren't and I'm big on it. But anyway, these things happen, um,
Mason Lauder: [00:50:39] That's okay. If you get a composter yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:42] Or a big hockey bean,
Mason Lauder: [00:50:44] you'll be okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:46] But you know, no, my fucking luck I'll put the coffee grounds in there and the worms they'll be like Nathan Key weave in when you're going around.
Well, they're vomiting their bits into my garden.
Mason Lauder: [00:50:58] They eat anything except citrus, garlic, onion,
Toni Lodge: [00:51:03] meat. Yeah,
Mason Lauder: [00:51:05] you can. Yeah. Yeah. If you crush them up a little bit,
Toni Lodge: [00:51:07] I like the idea of that because eggshells such a horrible waste.
Mason Lauder: [00:51:12] Good for dogs.
Toni Lodge: [00:51:14] I don't have a dog if you crush them up
Mason Lauder: [00:51:18] calcium for dogs,
Toni Lodge: [00:51:20] but what are we going to do?
Mason Lauder: [00:51:22] Good calcium for dogs if you crush them up. Really?
Toni Lodge: [00:51:25] Yeah. That's interesting
Mason Lauder: [00:51:27] potential like salmonella issues. Maybe
Toni Lodge: [00:51:30] I think I've read somewhere that you could like crush up and roast eggshell and like put them on your dinner.
Mason Lauder: [00:51:37] Oh
Toni Lodge: [00:51:37] yeah. Like, I guess similar to like nutritional yeast kind of vibe. I mean, I don't know if that's a real thing, but someone told me that.
Mason Lauder: [00:51:51] Yeah, you can use them in the garden as well, so. Okay.
Toni Lodge: [00:51:55] Well, that's very informative. We got across a lot of topics. I'm really upset about the coffee grounds. So I just thought everyone thought it was like really sweet
Mason Lauder: [00:52:06] gesture. Oh, you can make candles out of them.
Toni Lodge: [00:52:10] Candles out of coffee grounds.
Mason Lauder: [00:52:12] Eggshells.
Toni Lodge: [00:52:13] Oh my I won't care of the eggshells.
I care about the coffee grounds. I don't have an excess of coffee of a fuck me. I don't have an egg that exists. I don't have an excess, an
Mason Lauder: [00:52:30] exit.
Toni Lodge: [00:52:38] I don't have an excess of eggshells. I have an excess of coffee grounds. That's the issue.
Mason Lauder: [00:52:46] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:52:47] He thought that my friends would be into that, but that's okay. These things happen. Just throw him out, get new friends. You thought I meant the coffee grounds. Hmm. Um, I really cooked this today. I feel that maybe we should come back and rerecord.
Okay. Should we do some reviews?
Mason Lauder: [00:53:11] Yeah, let's do some reviews.
Toni Lodge: [00:53:13] Um, so if you're new here like us every week, we go through and read some reviews. Um, on the podcast so you can review, um, absolutely. Literally anywhere and by anywhere. I mean, um, Apple. Podcasts and Facebook. Yep. Um, and at the moment there is a little bit of contention made.
A lot of people are talking about it, um, about cause so you can review anywhere. And that like helps us make the podcast, helps everything go better, a one trick, Tony, Apple podcasts and, um, and on Facebook. Um, but.
I pick two or three reviews to read each week, and then I send you a little prize. Um, and there has been a little bit of contention of our international listeners. So people that aren't in Australia, which is where I am. Um, so the current prize is a fun size Mars bar. Or a pack of coffee grounds, if you will.
Um, which I don't think I could send internationally, but, and that costs $2 20 to send, right? It's like, well, that's just the postage. That's not including the envelope, but Oh my God. Sorry. I just made a computer noise. Did
Mason Lauder: [00:54:32] you hear that was mine. That was fine.
Toni Lodge: [00:54:34] Sorry. Um, and is expensive to send, but overseas.
Obviously, it's going to be more expense and the podcast collaborators won't give us any money I've begged and I've played it. And I said, please, I will stop offering you coffee grounds if you just pay for the postage. And they said, no, they, they were like even more. No, so. I feel like I feel too bad.
Cause I don't want people to not go to the effort of doing it or like not be recognized for doing it. So maybe we'll do, we'll do three reviews and maybe we'll sprinkling in international one over and on. Again, I don't want to, I don't want to alienate anybody or leave anyone out, but I'm not a rich woman, you know, I don't have lots of money.
Okay, this is the first review. Um, this is from me. Oh, fi movie. Movie, how would I, how do I set
Mason Lauder: [00:55:34] mood?
Toni Lodge: [00:55:39] Oh, it's called, is it Thursday yet? There's days are my absolute favorite days ever, because that means there's a new episode of one-trick tiny. Shall we say, listen to this fucking episode, this episode, his podcast is like freaking funny and honest that I've listened to every episode, at least five times so far.
Oh, my God. I haven't even listened that much. Thank you for sharing your stories and thoughts with us, Tony and Payson's cooking tips. I'm not fucking sending them anything. Five out of five stars. No, just kidding. Thank you movie. If your movie, then you can message me and I will send you something delicious.
Mmm. Okay. What? I'm not fucking offering to send them a big cocky bin. I just met the MozBar. Oh, you're absolutely fell this next. Um, look how red I am in the face. I got so stressed out about everything today. Um, this next review of the podcast, um, is w D G T F Bay Heights, which is obviously short for when do girls talk for
Mason Lauder: [00:56:49] bloody.
Hell. Yeah. Was,
Toni Lodge: [00:56:52] yeah. Was, um, and that's right. Why, why you girls? It gets to, Oh, I just hit my microphone. Why do you girls brackets Tony? No, that then there's no talk. Um, when does. Great tiny Facebook hair. Well, that doesn't make sense. Um, gives me positive vibes. Are, are they also, obviously haven't listened to this episode cause I complained a lot.
Oh, I'm sorry. Where did girls. Talk for bloody hours, um, gives me positive vibes. I love, I love listening to these podcasts makes me laugh every time, every way gets honestly just positive vibes. All around has to be one of the podcasts out there. Keep it up. I can't lose my vibe. X five out of five stars. I
Mason Lauder: [00:57:45] feel like the only ride after the surface,
Toni Lodge: [00:57:48] I've been so negative today.
Sorry, where to girl's talk for bloody hours. I'm so sorry off. Oh, I'm so sorry, please. Message me where the girls talk for bloody hours. If you are listening and I can fucking send you a formal apology, like, Oh, this is an international review, Katie, 1989 from great Britain. 1999. That's the tubes? My Sikh.
No, what did we call it? No, no. Um, Fight produced a boyfriend. I was going to say secret producer boyfriend. That's not what we called him, but it sounded like I wasn't gonna say that. It sounded like it was going to be worse. Okay. Random and hilarious. Say again, I don't think she's listened to these episode yet.
Absolutely. Boshing. Bushing. What does that mean? Absolutely. Boshing these podcasts out the park. Love listening to these driving between patients at work, keep being fed. Oh, she might be an ophthalmologist keeping fantastic from the UK piece. Oh, that was. They were all so sweet and I feel like such an asshole guys.
I'm really sorry for being not very happy today. I'm so happy to be here. I don't want you to think I'm not happy to be here. Just a lot. Got up my God and also, you know, what the fuck else. I think I'm sick of being inside of. I'm going a little bit crazy with the, with the lockdown cop down in Melbourne, that's still going on like literally.
Pluck and leave the house except to go to the park. And you can only go on so many picnics. You know what I mean? Like you can only drink so many beers in the sun. I just, I'm not built for the sun. I'm not built for outside. And you know, so I'm really sorry, everybody that I was a bit negative today. Do you think I sounded really negative.
Mason Lauder: [00:59:41] No, I, I,
Toni Lodge: [00:59:43] Oh, great.
Mason Lauder: [00:59:45] I enjoyed the episode.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:48] I'm sorry. Every month I feel like I really let everyone down because at the end, um, where to girls talk for bloody hours, she said that she loved the positive vibes on the podcast. And now I've just,
I'm so sorry, everyone. Well, Have you liked it anyway?
Mason Lauder: [01:00:11] Uh,
Toni Lodge: [01:00:14] I'm really sorry, but if you still liked it, even though was an absolute cooker and you can review, please review on Apple are on a good one. So, Oh my God. Um, Apple reviews, Apple podcast. You can leave a review and I'll send you something fun. And we actually can look at all their reviews from around the world, which is so cool.
And everybody has left such lovely shit. So I mean, after this week, we obviously aren't sure how they're going to go, but up until now, they've been so thank you so so much. Cause honestly it just like makes my whole life on people like, Oh my God, tiny. Want to be a best friend? Cause you can be. I don't have a best friend and I've got heaps of coffee grounds.
So, um, but thank you so much for listening, if you would like to, um,
Mason Lauder: [01:01:06] fuck,
Toni Lodge: [01:01:07] um, you message, message us.
Mason Lauder: [01:01:11] Send us mail.
Toni Lodge: [01:01:12] You can send us,
Mason Lauder: [01:01:15] here we go. What's what's the, what's the, what's the PO box.
Toni Lodge: [01:01:18] Okay. You can write to us at, um, The one trick tiny team, um, PO box 400 Abbotsford three one two
Mason Lauder: [01:01:29] five. These a three or six, seven.
Toni Lodge: [01:01:34] I was close to that time. I think that's actually the furthest away that I've been. I think that was like the most wrong I've gotten it a three zero six, seven. Um, and you can find us on Instagram at one trick pony show. And at Tony lodge is my Instagram and mr. 97 is, um, Payson's. Instagram name because he's affiliated with a different podcast.
That's run by the podcast collaborators. And I asked him if he would start a different Instagram so he could run two. So you could have one that was pacer and one that was missing 97 and he actually blocked me. So I can't message him now at all.
Mmm. So you find us on Instagram, you can email us. Hello. At one trick, tony.com. And don't forget to like, and subscribe. No, just kidding. This isn't a YouTube video. Oh, should I stop YouTube channel? It
Mason Lauder: [01:02:24] could be fun.
Toni Lodge: [01:02:26] Yeah. Go videos. Oh, my coffee grounds. Pikes of driving and I'm at PayPal at the window of my car.
Mary, Chris bowls. That sounds like it might be illegal. Okay. Anyway, um, I'm just trying to think of something that really funny that I can say to finish the episode today, but I actually can't think of anything. Um, if you've tried a boot cocky bin, let us know. Bye love you.