Sitting In Bed/
- December 10, 2020
Toni chats about her amazing ability to recognise actors, what it’s like to work in border security, being terrible at lying, loving gift giving, and the dangers of sitting in bed.
On today’s show:
- Toni’s amazing talent
- Working in border security
- Being bad at lying
- Gift giving
- The dangers of sitting in bed
We’d love to get to you know a little more: https://tonilodge.com/letusknow
This podcast is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
Toni Lodge: [00:00:00] Uh,
Mason Lauder: [00:00:13] what do I start?
Toni Lodge: [00:00:18] That makes me feel really bad that everyone's just going to hear my big mouth going Oh, like that in that, and that too, this is just, it's all good. And you know why it really runs the time down before, um, We even start
Mason Lauder: [00:00:36] with a water bottle today.
Toni Lodge: [00:00:37] Um, yeah, I've got so much water. I've got one of those, um, bubblers that they have, like in an office I've just got every time I want to waste.
that's what I sell it. You know, that, um, you know, I'm finding Nemo, the fish it's like,
Mason Lauder: [00:00:57] I haven't watched it in side long. It's an absolute nightmare. So, I don't know,
Toni Lodge: [00:01:03] finding name. I what? You don't like it.
Mason Lauder: [00:01:05] Well, I just haven't seen it in so long that I just don't remember any of it.
Toni Lodge: [00:01:10] Oh, I love finding Nemo.
Like, love it. It was the first movie I ever had on pirated DVD. My uncle Allen, he downloaded it and like put on a DVD for me. And he's from Melbourne. It was when I was living in Perth and he came to Perth for my sister's 21st birthday, my sister Libby. And, um, he gave it to me and I watched it literally until the disk stopped working.
And because it was on DVD. I remember being like, I remember going to a friend's birthday party and being like, so do you guys have finding name on TBT? You know? Yeah. I know, but you know, weird flexes, like when you're a kid and it's like, Yeah, my brother has that and stuff like that. That's literally what it was like.
I was like, do you guys have funny name on David eight? And I remember someone saying, what did you get it from? Bali? And I was like, no, my uncle downloaded it for me today. Imagine if you said that to someone out, that'd be like, I'm calling the police. Oh, anyway. Hello. Welcome to hunching Tony, a podcast where you should call the police because I'm partying movies.
No, I don't do that anymore. People don't do that anymore. Um, Oh. And now that people upload their Spotify wrapped, this is that time of year. When people are uploading their Spotify wrapped of like their biggest songs and biggest podcasts and all of that. Um, thank you for all the photos and screenshots that you sent through, by the way, that was very lovely.
Um, it's like a proof of life I'm paying for music. Now. I'm not telling any piece of Kenny anymore, which I really appreciate. You're paying me $17 a month for Spotify. I'm really proud of that. Um, welcome to episode 19 of one-trick tiny or. Can you hear that? My nose a bit blocked. I've been pollinating today.
I know. I thought it'd be over because it's a seminar, but she's still happy. She's still happening. Um, so last week I spread a little bit of misinformation, which I'll get to in one second. Um, but. Firstly, if you are not driving right now, um, and you've got, uh,
Mason Lauder: [00:03:27] just riding a bike.
Toni Lodge: [00:03:28] Yeah. Your hands are free for the next hour.
If you could jump onto the internet, people, people don't want to put on, um, that style up by the way, for anyone that didn't have DOP. Um, jump on to Tony lodge.com/let us know. And there's a little survey there and it's just like ask for some details about your life intimate details. A year. I crush things like that.
Um, but that just help us with the podcast help tell us, like, we should make what we should do, who should sponsor us if they choose to and stuff like that. So if you don't mind sparing, like how long does it take? Like five minutes?
Mason Lauder: [00:04:11] Yeah, less than five minutes. Probably
Toni Lodge: [00:04:12] not even five minutes. Um, That would be amazing.
So it's Tony lodge.com/let us know. Um, and yeah, if you're not driving right now, you're not doing anything while you're listening to the podcast. Maybe you could fill that in because it's literally just like your age. Your credit card information, front and back. Um, yeah. Yeah. Um, yeah, your MySpace login, um, some intimate photos.
Um, but yeah, if you don't mind, that would be absolutely amazing. Um, so the misinformation though, was that last week I said, Oh, it's been such a fun episode, 18. We have two episodes left. Well, it was a lie and it was to let us all down gently. And this is actually the final episode of the year. Um, and most people are probably not really going to be that guided by that, but I feel like I wanted to let everybody down gently, um, pace and literally could not give less of a fuck.
I rang him and said, I think we're just going to do one more episode. He was like, I got to call you back later. I've going out for dinner. So he does not care at all. Um, maybe he won't be back next year. Do you know what I mean? Like who knows? Um, but, um, but this is our last episode. So, um, I actually think that paisan has developed like a big montage of all of his favorite moments of the podcast from this year.
What have you organized?
Mason Lauder: [00:05:46] Well, I mean, it's a little bit, bit hard to play it over now, but I mean, you, you heard it before. Do you remember the intro?
Toni Lodge: [00:05:55] No. I want you to, to, to do it for everyone. But I don't want to know. Cause I don't want to ruin it. I don't want to ruin it by like describing it. I want, I think that you should just hit play.
No, I can't.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:08] I can't hit play though. I mean, you watched it, you watched it literally like just,
Toni Lodge: [00:06:14] yeah, so kind. You just hit play again for the same thing.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:17] No, because I sent it to you on text. So if you could, if you just get your phone and just. Hold it up to the more
Toni Lodge: [00:06:27] organized it. So I feel like play that'd be great.
Um, patient has not organized anything for our last day. There is nothing here for me. No gifts, nothing.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:39] No, piñata
Toni Lodge: [00:06:42] no coffee, nothing. I could do the coffee actually today. Cause I was asleep on the couch all afternoon before we recorded this, which I just told you, but now I'm telling everybody else. Hmm. Um, I could probably fall asleep right now, actually.
Yeah, I'm fucking drained, but you know what? This is our last week. So we're going to have fun and stay awake.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:13] Should we lead into it with the Scattergories game? Yeah, that's always fun.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:16] So I didn't get any feedback, but I liked how we did the Scattergories game last week. Yeah, me too. You know how he did the themes? So I've, I've written them out again. I prep I do work for this. Um, um, okay, so there's 10, uh, famous females.
Uh, medicines or drugs, machines,
Mason Lauder: [00:07:45] hobbies. Do I need to, I need to write these down. Do I?
Toni Lodge: [00:07:48] Oh yes. If back we've we haven't organized this again. Why don't you hit play on the montage and I'll just show you this. Okay. Famous females.
Mason Lauder: [00:08:01] Okay. Yep. This is classic. Great.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:05] Yep. Medicines or drugs?
Mason Lauder: [00:08:09] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:11] Yeah, hobbies things you do in the morning.
Things you plug in
Mason Lauder: [00:08:29] This is so everyone at home can run it.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:31] Oh yeah. That's why I've done it. Not because we weren't organized. Uh, what did I just say?
Things you grab on your way out of the door, on your way out.
Mason Lauder: [00:08:46] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:49] Junk foods? No, we did 10 last week. Didn't we?
Mason Lauder: [00:08:51] I thought we did seven last week.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:53] All faculty too. Okay. Do you want to stop? Animals is the last one.
Mason Lauder: [00:08:59] Okay. And, and just keep going if you can, but I got three last time, so,
Toni Lodge: [00:09:03] um, yeah, don't use you as a yardstick for success in these games.
You can use me though, cause I'm really good.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:15] Am I doing 30 seconds on the clock?
Toni Lodge: [00:09:18] Um, yeah, I think we did 30 seconds last week. Yeah.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:21] Yeah. Perfect. All right, great.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:23] Okay. Do you want to go first?
Mason Lauder: [00:09:25] No, you go first.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:26] Okay.
I was going to say we could do it at the same time, but it's the same thing we said last week is that nothing would be happening. So it's not interesting. Okay. Okay. I'll go first. Okay. Oh, hang on. I just put the list away. I've remembered it. Famous females.
Okay. Brady, how, how many seconds?
Mason Lauder: [00:09:52] 30 seconds on the clock?
Toni Lodge: [00:09:53] Yeah. Okay.
Oh shit. I dropped the dice. Well, I'm not cheating P okay, great. Um,
fuck. Um, Popcorn machine for machines. Okay. Well, you now helping, um, medicines, um, per paracetamol, um, um, hobbies, um, Putt putt, putt, putt, um, things in that you do in the morning. Ah, peace. Oh fuck. I did awfully.
Mason Lauder: [00:10:37] He's a hard one.
Toni Lodge: [00:10:38] I got four. I only got four.
Mason Lauder: [00:10:42] Should we, should we do last names as well on the
Toni Lodge: [00:10:44] yep.
Yep. Can you do last names as well? But yeah, in the actual game, I would say you could do like the double name. Like if you did like Peter Parker as like a famous person, this is females, but that, that would be two points, but that's yeah. Okay. Would you like me to roll you a letter? So I only got four.
Mason Lauder: [00:11:07] Okay, right?
Toni Lodge: [00:11:09] Okay. Ready? You'll let her is K. Fuck. Did you sit?
Mason Lauder: [00:11:19] Yeah, I'm going kayaking for hobbies. Uh, things you plug in a, uh, kitchen KitchenAid, um, junk food animals starting with K K K.
Toni Lodge: [00:11:35] Oh that's okay. Okay.
Mason Lauder: [00:11:38] Things to do in the morning.
Toni Lodge: [00:11:41] Kick watt.
Mason Lauder: [00:11:43] You're bedding. To get up. Uh, uh, no, that's the timer.
Toni Lodge: [00:11:50] Oh,
Mason Lauder: [00:11:52] finished.
That's not good. Is it?
Toni Lodge: [00:11:54] Oh God. Okay. Kayaking for hobbies. You can have KitchenAid for plugin. You can have that. I don't know about kick in the morning.
Oh, did you mean Keke as in the Kiva cleaner out?
Mason Lauder: [00:12:15] Oh no, that would have been good when
Toni Lodge: [00:12:16] I like to kick in the morning. There you go. There's three, right? I got four. That is a Bismal to finish the year on. I feel that's a real shame, but that, you know what that's.
Mason Lauder: [00:12:40] that's fair.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:41] Starting with K kangaroo, kangaroo languages, Korean,
Mason Lauder: [00:12:49] Korean,
Toni Lodge: [00:12:50] uh, things you do on the way
Mason Lauder: [00:12:52] out keys.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:53] Oh, yep. Grab on the way out the door keys, junk food, kettle corn. Kettle potato
Mason Lauder: [00:13:00] chips, chips.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:01] Yeah.
Crispy cream about the donut, um, females, Kathy Griffin. She's a K I think, um, CA
Mason Lauder: [00:13:18] Katherine, Katherine
Toni Lodge: [00:13:20] Heigl. Um,
Mason Lauder: [00:13:22] yeah. Um,
Toni Lodge: [00:13:24] Katherine Heigl, um,
Mason Lauder: [00:13:27] Katrina
Toni Lodge: [00:13:30] Kardashian, you know, all the, all the Kardashians
Mason Lauder: [00:13:33] we can train her
law, Katrina law
Toni Lodge: [00:13:41] just made that up.
Mason Lauder: [00:13:43] That's a legit person.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:48] Um,
Mason Lauder: [00:13:50] American actress in Hawaii. Five-O Spartacus Aero, snow bride.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:57] Wow. So she's had a lucrative career.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:00] Oh yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:14:01] Um, this is co this is unrelated, but I, um, I've got this like really amazing talent where like, if someone walks onto the screen of a TV show, I can name like four other things that they are in.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:17] Really? Oh yeah. You know what? Oh, this reminds me, so yeah. I saw this thing on, uh, the news the other day. And it was about, they call them super recognized,
Toni Lodge: [00:14:32] Oh my God, that's literally me.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:34] And there's a test online that you can do.
Toni Lodge: [00:14:37] We have, no, we did not organize this. This is all, this is all off the QF. Yeah.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:42] And so there's a test that you can do and it's by like the university of new South Wales or whatever, UN SW university of Sydney. I don't know what that is, but you can do that.
Toni Lodge: [00:14:53] And it's you and SW face chest.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:56] And so there it's like,
Toni Lodge: [00:14:58] I actually think that I should do it because
Mason Lauder: [00:15:00] I'm percentage of people have the ability to be a super recognizer.
And so it's the test displays faces, and you're meant to,
Toni Lodge: [00:15:10] but I mean, is it act, isn't all actors.
Mason Lauder: [00:15:15] No, no, no. It's, it's a recognition of the face
Toni Lodge: [00:15:19] to do that. I wonder how hard it is. Do you reckon I could do it while we're on the, Oh, it's actually a research study. So I think you have to be, take it very seriously.
So it says here you're invited to take part in a research study. Um, Oh, there's no criteria you have to meet. Um, it's voluntary. Um, there's no risks involved. Um, Oh, and they reckon it will take about 20 minutes. I'm going to do this, me doing that fraternity. I'm going to do this. Cause I actually, I actually think that I am because.
I am so good at it. Like, so if tubes and I are watching TV and someone likes strolls on to the screen, I'll go, Oh, they're in one episode of workaholics or like, Oh, where do I know their face from? And then he'll be like, I don't know. And he'll go through their arm DB. And he'd be like, they were in something in 1975 that you might've seen and I'll go, Oh, they were blind in this.
Well, and we play this game when we're bored. Sometimes we actually had to stop playing because I got really good at it. And I could, I figured it all out, but where he would go through IMD B and he would say, okay, I, the movie that I'm thinking of. Has three top build cast members and the top cast members, the laid female was in this one movie that top other female was in this one movie.
And the male was in this one movie and I'd have to figure out what movie that was by figuring out what other movies they were in. Well, and I got so good at it that we had to stop playing cause like they all start to link up eventually.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:14] It's really good.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:15] Yeah. I'm like not a very impressive person, but, but I am really good at shit like that.
Like garbage, like real useless shit.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:27] Well, I mean, so on the super brick recognize the stuff they're actually like in the police force and stuff, they're actually using it to hunt down. People.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:35] See, I could do that. I could look literally a hundred percent do that.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:42] No, cause you have shorts, all the movies you can re you know,
Toni Lodge: [00:17:45] right. Maybe it wasn't that funny. Maybe it's not my fault then.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:49] No, maybe not.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:52] I I'm going to do this fucking study. I'm going to do it. I can't. That is so funny. I would just like to stress that we did not organize that. That was fully off the cuff, I reckon.
Yeah. I think I'd be so good at that. I'm quitting. This I'm going to go and work for the police.
Mason Lauder: [00:18:11] That's a great idea. So
Toni Lodge: [00:18:12] if we wanted to be a police, really? Yeah. Yeah, my mom really wanted to be a police when she was young. And then she fell pregnant with my brother and my dad also really wanted to be a police.
But back then you had to be a certain height and he's quite well, he's not lat really short, but he's quite short.
Mason Lauder: [00:18:31] Really? I didn't realize I had that.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:33] Yeah. Well, I don't think they have it anymore, but yeah, you had to be like a certain height and he wasn't tall enough. Um, which is weird, isn't it? Yeah.
Maybe it was that you had to be able to Lord things over people. And if you weren't a certain height, you couldn't
Mason Lauder: [00:18:50] not all criminal criminals are six, two.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:52] Yeah. That's true. But not all polices are well, I guess they were back then, depending on what height it was. Do you know, what other job that I'd really love.
And I was talking to my friends about this the other day is, um, I, for a while, I really wanted to work in border security because I love that show border security. Um, and I used to watch it religiously and now you can watch it on demand, which is just amazing. Um, but yeah, for ages that actually made me want to like be a customs officer, really?
Mason Lauder: [00:19:25] Yeah. Um, it would be great. Like, it'd be so funny just looking through what people have in their suitcases,
Toni Lodge: [00:19:32] but like
Mason Lauder: [00:19:34] you say some weird stuff. Well, I dunno, you'd see some weird stuff,
Toni Lodge: [00:19:37] but see, I'm not very, I'm not a very professional person, like, as you can tell. So I feel like if someone was walking through with like sexy stuff in their bag, I'd be like, like I just don't like it.
I just don't know if I'd be able to like. Obviously you'd get over it pretty quickly, but you'd just be like, Oh, so it looks like this dildo, you've got his cocaine, you know, and I just don't know if I could, like, if I could seriously do that job upon reflection, like it would be really hard to. Like take yourself seriously.
You'll be like, Oh my God, that baby's pram is filled with heroin. You know? Like how many crazy scenarios would you come across before? It would just, you just get over it?
Mason Lauder: [00:20:23] Yeah. When, how often are they coming up? Like, if you think about like, are you getting one a day? Do you reckon
Toni Lodge: [00:20:29] that's what I want to know, because not every day would be like, you would sign up thinking that every day would be like that.
And they'd be like, if you were in, um, like mail screening, like border protection for male screening, you would just think that every single baby's pram was filled with heroin, but. I don't think that that many babies prams are filled with heroin. I hate to break it to you. If you're thinking about customs officer, I just don't think that that really happens that often.
I think the most common thing would be like people that don't like speak English. That don't like aren't offered enough support that bring over the wrong shit like that, you know, go to fill in the customs form and join, understand it. Yeah. And they can't unlike, they just bring it over the wrong shit or they say like, Oh, that my uncle pack this bag.
And then, you know, like there's heroin in it. Or dried fish or like old seeds that you're not allowed to bring over. Um, but yeah, I just, I would love to be proved wrong if anybody is a customs officer and can, and can attest
Mason Lauder: [00:21:39] cocaine and prams
Toni Lodge: [00:21:42] and yeah, how often I want to know how often it's happening, because I don't think it's happening very often.
Mason Lauder: [00:21:49] No, I can't imagine.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:52] I mean,
Mason Lauder: [00:21:54] they get good content for the shows though. Like, it seems like a lot's going on.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:58] I wonder how long they have to film for, to get like that much good shit for one episode. Like, are they there for two months? And then they're like, finally, we've got enough for one app or are they.
Mason Lauder: [00:22:13] Yeah, well, it's like RB T
Toni Lodge: [00:22:14] Oh, I fucking love our base.
Mason Lauder: [00:22:16] I love it too. My, my favorite, my favorite episodes like this bloke, and he's got like a pink, like a pink box and he's like, no, there's nothing wrong with go open it up and inside. There's just, Tutler, there's just heaps and heaps of drugs in there. He did, he did the worst job of concealing.
Anything like it's in this pink bag and he's like, yeah, man, I've got nothing in there. Open it up. And they opened it.
Toni Lodge: [00:22:39] Do you reckon, do you reckon that he went, yeah. Open it up in the hopes that they'd be like, all right. There's obviously nothing in there. Or do you reckon that he was on the drugs and he forgot?
Nah, nah, that's fine. They're in a different pink clocks that I left somewhere else.
Mason Lauder: [00:22:53] Probably. I mean, it's a pink box. I don't know what he's thinking,
Toni Lodge: [00:22:57] but you know, when you hope that like your confidence is going to throw somebody off the sense, like, like if you ate food of someone else's in the fridge or whatever, and they're like, Hey, did you eat this?
You like. No, I don't even, I don't even a lot chocolate, so it definitely wasn't me. Like I'm such a bad liar as well. Like I just don't lie because I can't like, I just, I never get away with it because I'm just awful because. You know what I do. I got over the top. Sure. So, um, someone's like, Hey, did you eat my chocolate?
I'll be like, no, I didn't know. Cause I really liked it. Cause like, or in December, 2015, I actually made some chocolate with some nuts in it. And I got a sock in my, in my tooth and then like had to go to the dentist and Oh my God, it was so traumatic. So I actually just like donate chocolate anymore. Yeah.
But literally I could have just been like, nah, Or I'm an adult. Why wouldn't I just go? Yeah. And then just replace it.
Mason Lauder: [00:23:57] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:23:58] I could literally now say like, yeah, I did eat that. Like, I've put some money in your Bay med account. That would just be easier. But I don't, I don't do that. I just lie really badly.
But yeah. So I personally choose not to lie cause you can fucking tell straight away, um, especially like towards it's just like, I don't. What, and I'm just like, Oh no, I'm buckling. And that's why I'm not a good gift giver because I get so excited that as soon as I know that I've got a gift sitting there for someone that I might, you're going to fucking love this.
I just can't, I can't hide it. Like literally I always buy tubs as birthday gifts. Why in advance because I'm worried that they won't come in the mail, but also, cause if I come up with a really, really good idea, I can't not buy it. Cause I'm like, I've got to get it. And then it's sitting under the bed and it's like burning a hole in my soul because there's this great gift there that I know you'll love.
And like a couple of years ago, our last year for his 30th, I, um, he really wanted a Nintendo switch and I was like, Oh, get him that freeze 30th flack, you know, that's, that's a cool gift. Um, and I bought him some clothes and other shit like that as well. And then, um, and every year. I dunno how we do it, but every single year, we guess what we've gotten each other, like, and we've always gotten each other really weird stuff.
Like one of the first birthdays we spent together tubes bought me like, um, an audio interface, excuse me for my computer and a set of speakers. And he was like, Oh, what do you think? What do you think I've gotten you? And I was like, I know, I think it's something like computery. And he was like, Okay. And I was like, I think it's something you've spent too much money on.
And he was like, okay. And I was like, did you buy me speakers? And he was like, No, no, I wouldn't have spent that much funny. And I was like, yeah, that was crazy. Like even worry about it. And then a week out, I was like, are you sure you haven't bought me speakers? He was like, nah. And I opened it up and they were speakers and we both bought each other really, really weird stuff, not weird stuff, but like really odd things that we haven't really said we wanted.
And we always pick it. But anyway, so last year I'm coming up to his birthday. Cause now it's like a fun game. Yeah. And we write on a piece of paper, what we think we've gotten and put it in the back of our phone.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:34] Oh, that's a great idea.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:34] So we come up with, we get like one guest and then we it's just it's it's chill.
It's pretty fucking adorable. Anyway. Um, so he like. Come up with one thing, put it in the back of our phone and just like, it just sits there and it's like, it's cute anyway. And a couple of weeks out, I was like, Oh, so like, what are you writing down? Like, what do you think I've gotten you? And he said, Oh, I dunno.
But I know that I sang the other week that I really wanted to switch, but I don't think I want one. And I was like, And they were pretty hard to get still. Cause they've been like pretty low in stock, literally since they've come out. And I was like, fuck, I've just spent $400 on this fucking thing. And he was like, yeah, I don't think I want one.
And again, such a bad layer. I was like, Oh yeah, well, I haven't gotten you that he was like, yeah, I just like, they're just fucking expensive. I don't know if I'd use it. Like you really liked. Fucked it up. And I just was like, well, I haven't got new husband. Don't worry. And then, um, literally I burst into tears and I was like, Oh, I go, you a switch, but I'll take it back.
And it was at Chuck three weeks out before his birthday. And he was like, Oh no, no, no. I do really want to, I just wanted to say didn't want it cause it's really expensive. And then I talked about it on the radio. I talked about how I bawled my eyes out because I bawled my eyes out to all my work colleagues as well, because I was like, I've bought tubes, this really expensive gift.
And now I, and I can't think of anything else to get him. And then he ended up saying like, actually I do really want it. But then, so I bought him this great gift. And it was three weeks until his birthday. And both of us were like, I just really want to play it, switch cars. So we opened it. Yeah, I'm such a bad gift giver, but then on the night before his birthday, I packed it up and I put it back in the box and I wrapped it all.
And then he was like, um, which is quite my kid. Um, but yeah, such a bad gift giver because I just get so excited.
Mason Lauder: [00:28:45] Oh yeah, I do the same. Like it's if, if the gifts there early, which it always is, cause he gonna have a packed, like you're just. Yeah. Like with, with my birthday this year, like we, we opened like, I think one, two days before, and then one Monday before, like we just did them all before and there was just like on the day, there were just a couple of, of other ones,
Toni Lodge: [00:29:06] but it was just, you just, I just get so excited.
I get more excited about giving gifts. Like, I don't really like,
Mason Lauder: [00:29:15] like I've got such a great, like
Toni Lodge: [00:29:19] yeah. And you just thinking now that yeah, you like, Oh, they're going to love it. I've like, and not even I've spent so much money, but like I've put so much thought into this. I think they're going to love it.
And I just get so excited, like. Even when it's something pretty garbage, like, so, um, not long after we started this podcast as a thank you for like everything that you had done. I sent you a bottle of gin. I also sent one to one of the podcast collaborators, and literally. Sat on the edge of my seat until you messaged me saying you'd got it because I was so excited for it to come.
And I'm a cheap-ass so like the delivery that I used, you know, I took a couple of days and I was like, Oh, I hope he gets it tonight. So lane, but I just get so excited about
Mason Lauder: [00:30:04] it. I was so lovely though.
Toni Lodge: [00:30:06] Ah, but I just, I just love it. I love giving people gifts.
Mason Lauder: [00:30:10] Yeah. It's fun. Isn't it?
Toni Lodge: [00:30:11] And you just not buy, just feels so nice.
And like, I love surprising people with staff and cause like, you know, when you get older and um, what, like, you don't really do birthday gifts for friends, unless they're like really good friends, like my best friend ate and like we send each other, um, Like a bunch of flowers every year. Like, that's just like, that's just what we do.
And it's great because I absolutely love getting flowers. It was actually, she sent me a plant this year. So like last week she sent me like this lovely plant and, um, and. That kind of thing, but I don't really do gifts with a lot of my, my maids, but how am I sending a random gift? And just being like, I know that you've mentioned you liked this, or like, cause I love getting flowers, like lots of my life, a couple of my friends have like just given me flowers, like, Oh, I just thought you'd love these.
I'm just like, Ooh, I actually, um, a podcast listener actually sent me a bunch of flowers. Oh, that's lovely. The other week, which is so lovely to my work address. So it wasn't like rapey or anything. I'm like, no, cause imagine if I, like, I'm sure about this, right? I'm like, Oh, she sent me a bunch of flowers.
Everyone's going to be like, Where the fuck did she send those? It's so weird. No, it was very, very lovely. Um, and yeah, that's so, so nice. It's just, Oh, it keeps giving. It's just so special. The, anyway, back to the line, I don't do it because I just crumble. Um, like a gingerbread house. I just literally fall apart.
Um, over the, so last week I mentioned that we were getting a new couch, um, and. Uh, so we got rid of our old couch on Gumtree for free. Um, yet we gave it away for free, well, actually this like really lovely couple reached out and said that they were interested. Um, and we were like, Oh, don't worry about any money for it.
You know? Hmm, pet forward. It also did have a few Curry stains on it. So I was like, I don't feel really good about paying money for this. Um, but so we, so he came at like 2:00 PM on the Wednesday and the couch was coming. Like Thursday between seven 30 and six. Like we had no idea what time was going to come and in the afternoon.
So I'd been at work in the morning of the Wednesday. Then the guy came and picked up the mattress and our lounge room was just empty and, um, tubes and I'm like, Oh, should we just sit at the table? And, um, I was like, that's a bit weird. And he was like, Oh, why don't we pull out mattress onto the floor of the lounge room?
Mason Lauder: [00:32:56] Oh, that was like,
Toni Lodge: [00:32:57] Um, adorable. It's like a slumber party. So he liked pulled our mattress out and we were just like sitting there watching, like, laying on our fronts, like watching TV. And I think like I got an email or something and I sat up like in bed and I was sitting there for like five or 10 minutes, like sitting up in bed, like looking at my phone, like replying to an email.
And I. Realize that I've turned 6,000 years old because I really, really hurt my back. You know, how sitting in bed is like the worst thing that you can do, except for like, Set fire to someone's house while they're in it. Like, it's just like so bad for you. I was sitting up in bed literally five or 10 minutes and fucked, absolutely fucked for two whole days.
I couldn't sleep, sleep. I couldn't do anything. Isn't that? So embarrassing.
Mason Lauder: [00:33:54] How'd you hurt your back?
Toni Lodge: [00:33:55] Yeah. Oh, I sat up. I know, isn't that the worst thing you've ever heard? Um, have you ever been to a chiropractor or a physio?
Mason Lauder: [00:34:07] Not for my back.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:08] No.
One's like a crack pot. Isn't it? One's kooky. One's not. Isn't is one cookie or am I thinking it or is there something else last
Mason Lauder: [00:34:23] chiropractors are the ones that will crack your back,
Toni Lodge: [00:34:26] I reckon. And is that not what you're supposed to do as I've had an amazing time? So there's a place like quiet and there's lots of places in Melbourne actually that I've heard it quite good.
There's a really, really, really good time massage place, not too far from work. Um, and ah, They are so good there, they spend so much time. And if you don't say like, Oh, I'm having problems with this, they just do like all over. And the first time I ever went there, I'd never had a massage before. And the chick was like, Oh, um, Like, do you have any sore bits?
And I had heaps of trouble with my neck, cause I just started at key. So I just started like sitting in a new chair at a new desk and was like still getting used to it. And literally as soon as she touched my back and like felt my hand, she was like, Oh, do you work at the computer? I was like, are you a wizard?
He was so impressive. And then she was like, Oh, I can tell that you like sit at the computer all day and all that stuff. I was like, I've gassed. Wait. Uh, gassed flabbergasted.
Mason Lauder: [00:35:35] Yeah, that's a good one.
Toni Lodge: [00:35:36] But what does a gasp mean? Like a J H a S T a
Mason Lauder: [00:35:42] Phil was shock or horror?
Toni Lodge: [00:35:44] Well, I was aghast nailed it. Um, and yeah, like she just, she was so fucking good, but now I'm like, Oh, maybe I should go to like a physio or something, but I'm just worried that a physio is going to tell me that I should just exercise more and like not sit on the couch so much.
I mean, Our new couches is really, really good. And I like hasn't hurt my back at all, but, um, because our old one was just quite soft. It was a very lounge-y couch. If anybody's got the Ikea, shout out, you know what I'm talking about? It's um, it's, it's just very loungy. And the new couch that we've got is, is a bit more like structured, which is what we needed.
Yeah. Um, but yeah, so I think I need to go to a physio.
Mason Lauder: [00:36:29] Yeah. I mean, I couldn't
Toni Lodge: [00:36:33] remember which one was like the, you know, The one that was maybe a bit less legit, you know how everybody's got an opinion on?
Mason Lauder: [00:36:43] Well, maybe because, so cut. Cause chiros are like all about the neck and the back physios are a bit more all over.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:51] Yeah. I'm just worried that a physio is going to say like, bitch, you just need to do more stuff.
Mason Lauder: [00:36:58] Yeah. And I also think the Cairo just
Toni Lodge: [00:37:00] keeping water into my glass.
Mason Lauder: [00:37:05] Which one gives you the massage
Toni Lodge: [00:37:08] that I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I think it must be physio gives you like sports massage. Is it like they give you like,
cause I don't think the Caro massage as you would all. I think they just crack.
Mason Lauder: [00:37:29] Yeah, well, cause like the fee, when, when I went to the physio, I got like, like on my shin splints, they massage them.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:37] Yeah. I see. They must, they must massage them to like, feel what's like awry.
Um, but yeah, and that, but I was thinking, cause like I, I haven't covered in my private health insurance.
Mason Lauder: [00:37:58] Like,
Toni Lodge: [00:38:00] yeah, like there's physio and Carl and stuff like included just cause it's one of those because Oh, I, uh, kind of a hard road to go down because having private health insurance, quite a privileged thing, uh, so don't want to sound like an absolute.
Asshole, but I only have, I'd just like to preface this with, I basically only have private health insurance because I wear glasses. Yeah, that is, that is basically the only reason. Cause it just, it's so expensive to get new glasses every year, otherwise. Um, no, not that health insurance is, is cheaper than just paying for glasses every year, but because, um, yeah, and also.
My, because when my mom got really sick, um, having private health insurance helped us a lot, because it just meant that she like got a bit of her own space and stuff. It was very important to, to them. So it was one of those things that like my mom kind of sprouts, like make sure you've always got private health insurance, like make sure you've always got like that in your back pocket.
So I, I hope that I don't sound like a fucking asshole, but, um, the thing that I was going to say is that having private health insurance, though, like. It is fucking expensive. You can get cheap ones. Mine is incredibly expensive because it's the first one that I found and I'm too lazy to change it. Um, so every month or every fortnight, uh, the money comes out and I go, fuck, that's so expensive.
And then I go, you know what? I can't really changing it. So, um, reach also once again, anyway, um, but the thing, the thing I was going to say is that most of the ones that I've looked at, and this is probably entirely wrong and it's just that I want to avoid the admin. But most of the ones that I've looked at is like, if you add like optical and dental as an extra, you just like, get all this other stuff that you have to pay for.
And like, one of the things that I, when I went in there and they were like, Oh, what's wrong. And I was like, I just want to change my plan. So it's a little bit like, cause I was, um, I'm on this like growing family plan, which is like what you have when you're planning on having kids. That's got like post pre and postnatal care and like, yeah, like, like breastfeeding.
Fucking the help and like all that kind of stuff. And I was like, I don't need that. I'm not planning on having a family now, like ever, because if you take it off, it takes five years for you to get it again. And I was like, no, like I'm not, I don't, I don't want kids. Like, I'm, I'm all good now. Like, well, if you type that off, then you lose all this other stuff.
And it's a real all I'm trying to get eyes out. It's a real catch 22. You actually, it's just really hard to actually formulate a plan that like actually just works for you, but you just end up paying for all this shit. So I've got all these extras, like fucking dry needling and Cairo Vizio, and like all of that kind of stuff that I'm just, I'm just never going to need or remember to use.
Mason Lauder: [00:41:07] Oh yeah. I mean, this is the thing, like the only way to make. The only way that it's worth like it is that thing, like you just in case you want it just in case, but then like, think about how much you would need to do for you to milk your extras. Like, if you want to get, if you want to use the amount allocated toward your extras, like you're going to do a lot.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:29] I know. And like, even, um, so, uh, was it last year? It must've been last year, so like 20. 19. I wanted to focus on my mental health and my dental health. And I started going to see a psych, which I've talked about here. And I also went to the dentist to have a checkup because I was really, really scared cause I hadn't been so as a kid had a really horrible dentist and just got too scared of going back anyway, ended up going there, have wonderful teeth, very strong and, um, And all of that, but I had to get like a couple of feelings, like, as you do, but like, So they said to me, Oh, that's going to be a thousand dollars all together across like three appointments.
So the first appointments, like the consultation and like a scale and clean and I type the x-rays and all that shit. Then the second one, they were going to do a filling on one side of my mouth. And the other feeling was on the fully other side. So I couldn't even do them both together. That will work.
We're not going to numb your whole mouth. That's ridiculous. So it was going to be like a thousand dollars across all of the stuff and. Every appointment. I still paid. Money. See, I thought that if you have a thousand dollars of cover up the dentist, it was just fucking free up until you spent the thousand dollars, but that's not how it fucking works.
You go there. Right. And then they're like, Oh yeah, we can give you this much back this time. We can give you this much back this time. That's fucked. You should just get to go up until you spend the thousand dollars. Because I spent all this money at the dentist. I was out of pocket, like all this money, but there was still money, like allocated in my extras, on my private health insurance.
Mason Lauder: [00:43:11] Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty outrageous. And also
Toni Lodge: [00:43:13] just who fucking decided that that's how it was going to work. It doesn't make sense.
Mason Lauder: [00:43:18] Yeah. And, and then you realize it's just like, Oh, hang on. Maybe a feeling isn't naturally capital in the plant.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:24] Yeah, because maybe that's
Mason Lauder: [00:43:25] like the scale and the scale and the clean counts towards it, but not the
Toni Lodge: [00:43:30] crash lack will fucking knock you out.
I didn't get knocked out. I just got a needle in the chair. Cause I'm all good with needles. Like that doesn't bother me. Um, sorry. Like even me talking about that is like real gross to you. Um, I, yeah, like, so I was fine, but then they say like, if you need an, a nice artist, like that costs an extra
Mason Lauder: [00:43:49] fucking
Toni Lodge: [00:43:50] thousand dollars.
Mason Lauder: [00:43:52] Yeah. Crazy
Toni Lodge: [00:43:53] like, but where the fuck is the money that I'm paying going? Yeah. Where is that money going? And you know, the other thing on my fucking extras cover, I have a thousand dollars for an orthodontist lifetime limit. That's not per year. Yeah. What's
Mason Lauder: [00:44:13] that?
Toni Lodge: [00:44:13] What the fucks are pointing that isn't dollars.
Once I kind of straightened one fucking tooth, like you've got to be kidding me. That's just not. Who's decided this, if they didn't want it fucking covered, don't add it. Don't have it. And put that on the platinum cover where people are paying $6,000 a fortnight for their private health insurance. You've just got to be pulling on the bloody left Fanny, because that is just not okay.
I just don't understand it. Maybe someone needs to explain it to me, but I don't get it. Am I missing something? Did I miss the fucking unit in year 12 when they said like, here's how fucking health insurance works, because I just, I actually don't understand why if I've got a thousand dollar limit, I'm paying any money.
When I go to the dentist until I reached that, like, Peak capacity, whatever.
Mason Lauder: [00:45:08] Yeah. But I, I even, I think I saw something the other day around like psychologists. And so some, some have as an extra, you can get like coverage for some psychologist appointments. And so you can't actually use that in conjunction with Medicare.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:24] You can't use that with their mental health care plan, you have to do one or the other. I know. And it's a real, like, I'll be honest. This is like a very privileged, like rich white bitch chat. And I feel really bad, but like eighties, eighties, frustrating that that is just one of those things that it's like, well, you, you just, you pay that money so that you feel like you're, you're a bit more secure or like, if you are prone to health issues or whatever, like.
I dunno, like my mum was so sick that now I'm just like, I've just got to have it just, just for that security. And like, I actually can't really afford it. Like, it's, it's really expensive, but I'm just like, you know what, like I know that my mom would come down from the high heavens and like dunk me on the head.
If I didn't have it and I wouldn't be fucking covered. So I'm going to have to go into the hospital and say, I've been ghost on that dunked on the head by ghost. And they're going to say, well, that's not covered and you're going to have to wait in the public waiting area. And how long does that kind of take me, you know, it's, it's just not worth it.
Yeah. But I understand it's not real privileged chat and I'm sorry if you don't relate or you think I'm a real fucking asshole, but I just, I actually just don't understand it. So if you work at fucking Booper or some shit, can you tell me what I'm doing wrong? Because I just don't understand it. Oh, and also if you're a physio or a car, can you tell me the difference?
No, that'd be great.
Mason Lauder: [00:46:46] Any exercises as well would be great.
Toni Lodge: [00:46:50] Yeah. But sitting on the couch, literally five days sitting on the floor. Sorry, five to 10 minutes. Fuck.
Mason Lauder: [00:46:57] Shouldn't do it for you. Should it?
Toni Lodge: [00:46:58] No, it shouldn't. It shouldn't because how old am I? That's incredibly embarrassing. Um, odd. We have to wrap up.
How long have we been going for really peaking behind the curtain here? 45 minutes.
What else did I have written down? Oh, I know that we kind of do this last week. Cause we did the question. Um, what's been great about your 2020. Um, but I thought we could do a Rose and thorn. Okay. Um, like, so if you don't know what that is, it's where you say it like a Rose of your day, week, month, or year.
Um, and a thorn. So like the best thing, like the fanciest thing. And then, um, Like a shitty thing, a thorn in your side, if you will. Um, but I don't know whether we should do the whole year, because I feel like everyone I emailed you for thorn is just going to say
Mason Lauder: [00:47:54] COVID. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:47:56] Which it it's. Uh, it's um, it's a acceptable thorn.
Mm, I'm not going to say it's not acceptable, but it's just like, I know that people are going to say that because it's been so shared. Um, what's do, does anything come to mind for you for your thoughts?
Mason Lauder: [00:48:15] Hmm, it's on the same vein as the, the Cove, like not having access to the gym. That was the
Toni Lodge: [00:48:22] cause and the sauna
Mason Lauder: [00:48:24] and yeah, I missed the sauna.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:27] So I think that's a good one because whilst it is COVID and locked down adjacent, it isn't actually Jake. Cause it's like that sucked for everybody. Yeah, for sure. Um, yeah, that's a good one. Um, thorn. Yeah, I guess it's Oh, well, I haven't gotten to have as much fun at work this year, because a lot of the fun stuff that we do at my real job at Jason, PJ co, like we do a lot of like crazy stunts and like, um, last year in 2019, we did a 56 hour marathon.
Like we were like work, like we were on end nonstop. So the guys were awake the whole time. And we went in and out the whole time, um, for three. So it's such a long three days, but stuff like that, like it was, it sucked not getting to do fun, stuff like that. Um, and one of my favorite things about being in Melbourne is that we like have a really great group of friends here and not being able to spend.
Time with them has really socked. Um, I also lost a really, really good friend this year and I couldn't get home for her funeral because of all the lockdowns that was really hard. Um, that was a definite definite thorn. Um,
yeah, I would say that minor probably. Mostly friend and family based, but on the flip side, it has made me appreciate getting to see my friends and family way more. Like since everything, since everything is opened back up, like in the last couple of weeks, like in Melbourne, Um, we, you know, it's all our restrictions are coming down, like easing of our lockdown changing and stuff.
Um, and, uh, the borders, as we're recording their supporters open tomorrow back to WWI, which means like your going back to meet all of Grace's family. Um, but you know, things like that, you know, I think that's really, really exciting. And just getting to appreciate, like, getting to. Hang out with people and just like having people in your house, it's like such a novelty now.
Um, so I think that, yeah, even though there was really shit stuff, I definitely appreciate all the stuff that we can do now.
Mason Lauder: [00:50:52] Yeah. It's, it's the realization of everything that you took for granted. And then now it's just like, yeah. As, as stuff starts to age, just like, Oh, we can do that again. Like I miss that.
Toni Lodge: [00:51:02] And like, you don't just have to kind of pick one person for the weekend. Cause you could only have two people over. Hmm, like pick like one, couple or one group of friends or something, you know, like you can kind of mix and match and like see people. And yeah. So that's been really, like, that's been crazy, I think, like realizing all that stuff.
So I think Spain quite an introspective year, because you couldn't really do much else, but, um, but yeah, I think for me, Yeah, I've definitely appreciated the time that I've got like the downtime. I definitely, I mean, the first round of locked down in Melbourne, I appreciated so much. I was like, God, I could really do with a few weeks where I'm not going out and spending money and all of that light tubes and ice, um, like saved heaps of money this year, which is great and things like that.
So that's been really good and I like love spending time with tubes at home on the couch. So no complaints for that. Like, that's been really nice. Like it's been kind of like a good stop down, but yeah. I'm glad that like we're coming into summer in Australia now. Um, and it means that we get to like, kind of enjoy that time.
Um, which like for a while we didn't really know if we'd be able to. Um, but yeah, I guess that my Rose and my thorn are both kind of intertwined with that, which is a bit, yeah. Is, it sounds like a bit of a cop-out, but I don't think you can avoid it.
Mason Lauder: [00:52:26] I mean, yeah, the whole year
Toni Lodge: [00:52:28] it's just been crazy. And then also another Rose for me was starting this podcast, which I said last week.
Um, but it has honestly been like so much fun and I've like loved getting someone to chat shit every week.
Mason Lauder: [00:52:44] So great. Isn't it?
Toni Lodge: [00:52:45] It's pretty fun. And it's pretty, um, What's the word, um, unique. It's like, okay, it's not like jumping on the phone to your brother or your mom or something like, and getting to just like spray heaps of shit.
It's like really different because no one gets to tell me to stop. I mean, in their cars or on their air pods or something, they could just like hit pause. But no one is telling me directly to start with. Um, but. I hope that everybody that's listening has liked the podcast
Mason Lauder: [00:53:23] origin. They have.
Toni Lodge: [00:53:24] I really hope so.
Maybe we aren't coming back next year. Maybe there's like an, like a, uh, what's that word?
Mason Lauder: [00:53:36] Grade
Toni Lodge: [00:53:37] uprising or something like where people were like, please do not let her make any more episodes.
Mason Lauder: [00:53:43] I hope,
Toni Lodge: [00:53:44] I hope that that's not coming because I think this is really fun. Um, but if you do love it, like I said, at the beginning of the episode, if you wouldn't mind jumping on to Tony lodge dot.
Com slash let us know. I should know what the website is because I decided what it was going to be paced and said, what do you want the website to be? And I came up with that and then now, like, I don't even fucking know what it was, um, to round out the year. Um, we've got some reviews. Um, I'll do the first one, if you would like to do the second one.
Okay, great. Um, so if you, um, love the podcast, hate the podcast, whatever. Um, leave us a review wherever you're listening, iTunes, uh, Facebook, you can review on Facebook. Um, anything like that. And, um, if I read out your. Review and you hear it and you send me a message. I will send you a mass bar. Um, I think we're not going to do that next year
Mason Lauder: [00:54:45] because this is the final batch.
Toni Lodge: [00:54:48] I, I like reading their reviews cause I feel like it makes people. Um, maybe write more reviews, but I think we've got to come up with a different present because
Mason Lauder: [00:55:02] a lot of admin,
Toni Lodge: [00:55:03] uh, not only the admin, but it is also that it's not fair for everybody because not everybody can get the Mars bars. We discovered earlier this year I sent a MozBar to the UK and it costs two, um, in postage.
And we didn't even know if it was going to get there. It did. It did get there, which is very exciting. Um, uh, but yeah, we'll, we'll come up with something new for the, for the review presence, I think. Okay. So this is one of the last ones for the year from leave goat, believe goat, Jerrick, and she means goat.
Like all goat, like greatest of all time,
Mason Lauder: [00:55:46] all time,
Toni Lodge: [00:55:47] you know, I hope so. I mean, maybe she's a goat. Maybe she has just like got her hoops, like clopping on the keyboard and she writes, okay. Do you wanna read this? Like a goat?
Right stop dying. He definitely will be chanting in for new apps, highly recommend for anybody who wants a laugh and wants to listen to someone, say things out loud, we all will. We all like the thing in our head. That's good. Do that sound like a goat?
Mason Lauder: [00:56:27] I mean, the in-between bits where you made goat noises, the rest
Toni Lodge: [00:56:31] of it.
Not really. Yeah. How would you try and sound like a goat?
Mason Lauder: [00:56:37] Dinner, same, same sort of thing.
Toni Lodge: [00:56:44] That's just what you're telling when you being, people are going to think you were drawn into a gut noise just then I can't do it. If Tony says a funny joke and then you hit, it's just, it's literally just like,
okay. Thank you. all right. Would you like to read out me chief five seven eight nine five two two.
Mason Lauder: [00:57:09] Sure love tiny Shima. Honestly, there's just something about Tony's personality that you just can't help, but laugh. It's great and much needed, especially right now. Can't wait to see you go far, Tony.
Toni Lodge: [00:57:23] Aw, thank you, man.
Oh, that's so sweet. Okay. There's one more from Jordan from Facebook. Ooh. One trick. Tony is a hilariously entertaining podcast, lady, Tony lodge. Thank you. I am a lady now. I own, I own so right. I'd never heard of this. And since we talked about it, literally every single sponsored ad that I get is for the ladies and the Lords of Scotland.
This is me talking by the way, this isn't the review. Um, and I was at work today. And I was chatting to someone. I was like down in the open plan area and on someone's desk, they had one of the, um, one of the like Lords of Scotland sitting there like that. I'd never, I'd never, ever heard of it. So when I saw it, I was really, really excited.
And probably by the time we did around was like, Oh God, I did that three years ago, but I'm thinking it's so cool. Anyway. Okay. Uh, this is from Jordan one-trick. Tony is a hilariously entertaining podcast, lady, Tony lodge, and her PA pace. And Brian, my week would, they're honest. And at times particular stories at times, Jordan, that's probably an understatement.
I love the raw honesty of the show. Solid 11 out of 10. That's so sweet. Thank you, Jordan. That's so, so kind. Um, but
maybe for forever.
Mason Lauder: [00:58:51] No, not forever.
Toni Lodge: [00:58:52] I'm sure I have not. Now we'll be back. Oh my God. What if we get flicked? I'm going to sign sad. I'd be so sad. But next year, well, probably if it's still you, we don't know
Mason Lauder: [00:59:09] sometimes
Toni Lodge: [00:59:11] talent changes they happen and we just, we just have to move past that. Um, but we'll probably be in the studio together.
Mason Lauder: [00:59:18] Oh yeah. Yeah, that'd be great.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:20] I have to work from home anymore, which is so exciting. Exciting. Um, well, but that is it. That's literally it. Um, if you do have a second, please make sure you go to Tony lodge.com/let us know and help us out so that we know exactly what you want us to give you and not give you an yeah.
All of that shit. I dunno.
Mason Lauder: [00:59:43] A hundred dollar voucher.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:45] Yeah. You can win a prize. It's like a legit fucking prize. I said, can I have the prize? And I said, no, because I wanted to fill it out. And they said, that's actually just going to be so please don't. Um, but yeah, you actually, if you fill in all your details and then at the end, we'll ask your email.
If you want to go on the prize, draw. Um, but thank you so much for listening all year 19 fucking episodes. Oh my God. You know what? That is? 19 hours of may going. Is that good content? Should we cut that out? Um, but thank you so much for listening. This has been so much fucking fun and, um, Love you lots and we'll see you next year.
That's it. Goodbye.
Mason Lauder: [01:00:40] Bye.
Don't you fucking make a sound.
You're actually not making any noise. Is your camera frozen.
You look like a vain. Is that a burst in your face?
Love you. Bye.