Socks, G-Strings & Goggles/
- February 3, 2021
Toni chats about having Coke Zero in the studio, the new look for the show in 2021, people feeling uncomfortable when you speak badly about yourself, and her secret love for supportive socks!
On today’s show:
- Toni’s Coke Zero
- Radio Industry Secrets
- Analyze This & Reality TV
- Backhanded Compliments
- Socks, G-Strings & Goggles
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Toni Lodge: [00:00:00] Hello, welcome to one chick Tony podcast, where you can forget about your own problems and think about mine instead. Um, there's actually a bit of contention around whether this is season two, episode one or episode 20, but we can get into it in a sec. So, um, I'm here with one of actually the big bosses, one of the podcast collaborators.
Josh. Hi, you
Josh Janssen: [00:00:28] don't have to call me that. That's fine. Wait, Twan. I mean the big boss, it's a bit
Toni Lodge: [00:00:32] much, that's what you are. I mean, just because the bosses that I have are small, not in stature, you're taller than me. I mean, that's not very hard because I'm literally like the tiniest person in the world. Um, Not in frame, just in height.
Cause I'm like, Oh, have you watched 30 rock? I feel like I'm already
Josh Janssen: [00:00:51] drinking too much away. Sorry, 30 rock. You
Toni Lodge: [00:00:54] love 30 rock 30 rock. Yeah. But there's just this part in it where this is chicken. She's like I have Holly Bains, like a bird. And whenever people say that this Slatter frame, that's what I think about like, you know, like how birds have hollow bones.
No, I'm pretty sure that's a real thing.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:11] What do you mean hallowed? Wait, like they chicken, you know, like chicken wings. Yeah. Like when you eat chicken wings, is that the, that is the wing ribs will a wing chicken, chicken ribs,
Toni Lodge: [00:01:28] chicken ribs freak me out, but that's not a chicken.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:32] I love like we had drumsticks.
Yeah. But that's where I like about it. I don't care how they do it. I like my schnitzels big and my ribs, small,
Toni Lodge: [00:01:41] I lover schnitzel. I was actually lusting over a schnitzel when I was sitting at my desk today at work, my real job, not this one, the one that pays me money. Um, but it sounded like a real slide.
Um, anyway, fuck that shit. So it doesn't matter. Um, so I'm here with you. Um, and patient has been sent to the farm. Um, he gave too many cooking tips and we had to let him go and he's adopted another. I've adopted you instead. We'll actually, as it turns out, nobody else wanted to jump that pipe, not money. So the bosses had to step in and you just literally brought up the Coke zero.
So right now you're drinking a Coke zero, and I just got here, so, Oh, okay. Hang on. We've gotten ahead of ourselves. So I'm in the studio with you today. So for the first time ever. So all of last year, it's a 2020. Dick of a year, not so great. Um, I was recording from home and pacing may harass him was that
Josh Janssen: [00:02:40] his home is alive and well, but no,
Toni Lodge: [00:02:44] no one told me that.
Okay. Um, he was at his home, so it's very exciting coming in here today. And I got in here and there was a Coke zero on my desk,
Josh Janssen: [00:02:57] and I appreciate that you call it. Coke zero. Cause I do the same thing. I refuse to call it.
Toni Lodge: [00:03:03] I? What loser is calling it? A Coke, no sugar. Isn't it. I actually didn't even know it.
Wasn't called Coke zero
Josh Janssen: [00:03:11] anymore. Stopped. They stopped probably I would say 2017.
Toni Lodge: [00:03:17] That's
Josh Janssen: [00:03:17] it. That's a guess. Good guess
Toni Lodge: [00:03:19] though, I reckon. Oh, well what's the answer? Uh, so you're not ready to Google. I started pacing was always ready to
Josh Janssen: [00:03:25] go. I needed a laptop in front of me. You're in a good position. Is it too much for me?
Toni Lodge: [00:03:30] You too. No, one's given me the wifi password. Do you
Josh Janssen: [00:03:34] know about the, the iOS features? Great. So if you go to wifi,
Toni Lodge: [00:03:39] it will say the one that the company's called or the
Josh Janssen: [00:03:42] 5g. Yeah. So when you click on that, I then get a notification saying, share password. The password has been shared to Tony's Mac book pro pro.
Now you'd love it. You
Toni Lodge: [00:03:54] look right with it. Thank you. It's insane. Doesn't it? Um, so if anybody, they can't see me, which is all of you, except for if you're watching on YouTube, we now stream on YouTube. Oh, sorry. My Mac book is not on mute. Okay. My Mac book pro my brand new Mac, my brand new space, gray MacBook pro was not on me.
Um, what am I Googling? Chicken bones. No Coke. Zero. Coke
Josh Janssen: [00:04:18] is zero, no sugar name change. Do you remember when Coke changed their formula and then had to revert back?
Toni Lodge: [00:04:26] Yeah. Yeah. Huge, massive, enormous. I would say bigger than the pandemic, potentially Coke, zero name change. I, and pacing did this. He just didn't talk about it.
And he just taught me what
Josh Janssen: [00:04:39] it was. Do drink DC.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:42] Aye. I love a Daisy
Josh Janssen: [00:04:46] with a little lemon
Toni Lodge: [00:04:47] in it. You remember when they brought out diet Coke, lemon and diet Coke, lime, like it was actually fuck me up. It was so good. My mom and dad. So I feel like every, you know, how everyone's family has a thing.
The family, like, so we always had like a separate bar fridge, you know how some family is like, they've got like their kitchen fridge and they've got soft drinks in it. Disgusting. We had like, we had a whole bar room, which was like in the pool area.
Josh Janssen: [00:05:25] No. I assumed the pool area, like an
Toni Lodge: [00:05:28] outdoor pool, an outdoor pool, and then had like a glassed room that was like part of the house.
But it also like went out into the pool area,
Josh Janssen: [00:05:40] almost an outdoor. Oh, sorry. Almost an indoor pool.
Toni Lodge: [00:05:45] No, no, no. That was totally outside. And then it was like a big glass wall with like a sliding door in it and stuff. And then the bar like looked out over the pool area and then like onto the patio on the other side, really like painting it.
Like it was a real bougie place. He does sound amazing. But, um, I mean, as a kid, it was great. Cause like I could be in the pool and mum and dad could like be inside and what you mean? Or in the patio or whatever. Um, and so you fridge there anyway, so yeah, we had like a separate bar fridge and we always had soft drinks.
So I didn't have a lot of friends growing up. Cause I was like a chubby little kid. It
Josh Janssen: [00:06:24] takes effort to have a Paul and not have friends like that.
Toni Lodge: [00:06:32] bad person because people didn't even like me, regardless of the fact that I had a pool as well.
No, it's giving me anxiety anyway. So all my friends. Would come over and they'd be like, we know that Tony is going to have diet Coke or Coke zero, or there wouldn't have been
Josh Janssen: [00:06:52] around with a diet
Toni Lodge: [00:06:53] Coke. Sorry, please don't fact check me. No, I just
Josh Janssen: [00:06:57] remember I just feel like it was a lighter
Toni Lodge: [00:07:00] thing. Yeah, it was, and it had the entire black label.
Whereas now it's like red light, Coca Cola just says no sugar at the top. I want to come back to that though. Cause I was confused by label just the other day, Saturday night. It was anyway
Josh Janssen: [00:07:18] tiny. I'm wondering.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:21] And way back. Um, and anyway, all my friends would come over and they would like love that we always had soft drinks, but when they made diet Coke with lime and diet Coke with lemon, um, that was like what, the only thing mum bought. Like she would only get the one that had like lime or lemon in it.
The other thing that I was going to say about getting confused by the labels, I had a friend come over on Saturday night. A very good friend of mine lane. Um, she's actually about to move back to New Zealand, which is very sad. Um, yeah, I'm, I'm really sad. But anyway, she came over because she's been begging me for about three years to watch the hunger games.
And I said, fuck, no, they look shit. Has she seen the hunger games? And she loves it. And so she really wanted to like, share that experience with me. This is the one
Josh Janssen: [00:08:08] where they run in the forest.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:10] That is most of it. Yeah. Yeah. From the three films I've seen, that is the majority of the content. Um, and she's been begging me for ages to watch her.
I said, yeah, we'll watch it. As long as she bring food, she brought a bottle of vanilla Coke. Which is like a strong choice to take to someone's house. Right. Without knowing whether they like docket,
Josh Janssen: [00:08:32] like taking Dr.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:33] Pepper rock up to someone's house to watch movies and be like, Oh, this is the soft drink that I chose.
Josh Janssen: [00:08:38] Weird. Just, just buying like, um, pickles, just bringing pickles to someone's house would not
Toni Lodge: [00:08:44] be offended by that. I love pickles, but
Josh Janssen: [00:08:46] it's vanilla Coke. Lot of fans. But
Toni Lodge: [00:08:50] a lot of people that I feel like it's not like, Oh, I don't mind vanilla Coke. I feel like you love it or you don't love it anyway. And so she rocked up and she's like, Oh, I got vanilla Coke.
And I was like, Oh, Vanilla Coke, zero, because it's a red light. Well, with just the black band shade missed the black band. So not only is it shit because it's vanilla, Coke is also vanilla Coke, zero. And I don't like real Coke myself because it bothers me. It makes my teeth feel funny. Like whenever I have a real Coke, it makes my teeth feel soft.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:20] Does aiding into the enamel.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:23] I dunno. I mean, it just makes my teeth feel front area. They don't like it. Like, you know, when you ate something and it like leaves a film in your mouth and it's like, the taste is kind of gone, but you can feel that feeling. I've got like a very specific example that I won't share.
Um, but that's what it's like. Do you know what I'm saying?
Josh Janssen: [00:09:44] It's like
Toni Lodge: [00:09:45] S salmon, salmon, salmon. So my family listens to this let's stop anyway.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:53] So the feeling afterwards is, is like it, is that what you're saying? We don't have to talk about the thing
Toni Lodge: [00:09:58] anymore. It's not the exact same feeling. I'm just saying like that.
That's what I can relate it to because like, after it's like, when you eat something, it leaves like that. Like, I don't wanna say film again, or like accordion with too much cardial concentrate in him, you know?
Josh Janssen: [00:10:18] Okay. That was like mineral to me, minerals or something like something it's almost like, you know, when you, you go overseas or whatever, and you use the shower and then your hair goes bad because it's like, it's dry anyway.
So you're saying that's if you have regular Coke. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:10:35] Yeah. It makes my mouth feel funny afterwards. Anyway.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:41] Right. Five stars
Toni Lodge: [00:10:41] on Apple podcast, please subscribe. Um, Anyway. Um, so thank you for .
Josh Janssen: [00:10:50] No Coke, no sugar versus zero what's. What's the name?
Toni Lodge: [00:10:54] I didn't even get that far. When did they change the name of Coke?
Zero Coca-Cola says change the drinks name to be clear and descriptive, but it doesn't say when it was, Oh, that was in 2017, but they posted that well done. You gotta be kidding. No, I'm actually not. That's when they posted the article, I'm guessing. Oh, it actually was raised 17. The drink was introduced in 2005.
Fuck me, 16 years ago. That's a fucking long time. Coke. Zero is old enough to have sex legally.
Josh Janssen: [00:11:29] That's big, big.
Toni Lodge: [00:11:31] Yeah. I remember when I turned 16,
I do because it was only 11 years ago, but. Anyway, um, it was introduced in 2005 and in 2017, they changed it to cut new sugar.
Josh Janssen: [00:11:50] Yeah. And they also did Coca-Cola life. Do you remember that?
Toni Lodge: [00:11:54] That tastes like earth. It's
Josh Janssen: [00:11:56] also like pick one because it was doing both. It's like it's got sugar, but it's also got Stevia.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:00] Yeah. But so then, uh, but I mean, think about the marketing person there. Right? They've got real Coke, diet Coke, Coke, no sugar, Coke, life, vanilla Coke. I've seen a raspberry Coke. Yeah. Cherry Coke.
Well, cherry Cola is a different thing. Isn't it to cherry Coca-Cola.
Josh Janssen: [00:12:21] Well, so there's raspberry Coke, which is made through, like, if you go, like when I was a kid and I would go to the golf, like play golf,
Toni Lodge: [00:12:30] I like pot pot, or like, no, like the
Josh Janssen: [00:12:31] actual big PayPal golf as a kid, I was never any good, but I would go to the clubhouse because it was like cheap membership for kids.
And I would get a raspberry tug, which is Schweppes raspberry, which is the best kind of raspberry with caulk.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:45] And so is that cramming sugar, uh, creaming cramming soda. Um, and are you saying like a post mix, like you would mix both or they're
Josh Janssen: [00:12:56] mixing it in front of you and Postmates,
Toni Lodge: [00:12:58] like
Josh Janssen: [00:12:59] BOSH? No. So the red one was like a Cordy or like a glass cordials.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:04] So you just had a fire engine. No cause a fire engine, you get
Josh Janssen: [00:13:10] raspberry Corteal with limit. What's going to do
Toni Lodge: [00:13:14] Grenna deer is a fish. Grenadine is like red Corteal basically, but that's what they call it in a bar grenadine. Yeah. He didn't know that. Okay. Yeah. I'll show you. Oh, you can't fucking go glug.
Cause you can't do anything. Anyway, the thing that I was going to say is thank you for that. We, I don't know what time we started. I don't know how long we're talking about grenadine and Grenadines um, Thank you for bringing the Coke zero for me. I really appreciate it. That's like a, that's a real friend move and we are friends.
Yeah, we do FaceTime a lot. Are we going to play the scout greys? No, cause what I was going to say is I love Coke zero, but I worry that because every time I drink it, I get so burpee and I is not a good drink to have during the podcast. Cause I'm going to sit here and buy and I had a pesto pasta for lunch.
So it's like gonna be like a rich pesto burp.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:06] Literally I've had to stop eating grilled because it makes me too gassy. Oh
Toni Lodge: [00:14:10] my God. I fucking love grilled. I actually had a really bad gas problem just the other day. Oh, I would talk to him many days. It was about four days. Yeah, it was horrible. And I looked, I looked like I was nine months pregnant.
My tummy was massive and like really hard. Like, you know, when you. Yeah, fuck. It was horrible.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:33] Um, didn't go to the toilet either. Did
Toni Lodge: [00:14:35] you know it just like a little, like, it was like rabbit light, just little pellets every now and again, because my body was trying to get rid of it in the end. I had activated charcoal Gaviscon quick A's um, uh, de gas, um, bicarb soda mixed with water.
Um, Apple cider vinegar. I had everything that I could try to try and get rid of it. And yeah, you swallow,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:01] you swallow that stuff. Okay. And none of it worked.
Toni Lodge: [00:15:08] What do you think? I put it up my bum. Well,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:10] cause there is the whole, um,
Toni Lodge: [00:15:14] Well, that was actually, if it didn't go down my eyes and my tummy, that was going to be my next thing is that I was going to go and have a colonoscopy.
Oh, wait, is that what it's called? No,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:23] I think that's, if you want to, if that's the
Toni Lodge: [00:15:25] camera, that's here in town, the musical, um, What is it called? Co no, that colostomy bag. It was a different thing. What's the thing. Oh, Kalanick, Kalanick, Google that Kalanick. Excellent.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:45] sorry, sorry. I'm just trying to, how good is the eye contact though?
Toni Lodge: [00:15:48] you like it or not? And I don't mind that I'm really bad at eye contact because when I talk to people, I look at their mounds alone. Oh, I didn't actually have a cold sore.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:59] I haven't been a cold sore guy.
Toni Lodge: [00:16:02] They say you get one and then you're fucked. I don't know. Like, that's what I say. Like if can get my fucking spine for how long, if you get one cold sore, you get them forever.
Yeah. I believe that. Yeah. That's what they say. Well, it's herpes and herpes is full off, bro. Yeah. Um, anyway, so I don't know whether I should open up this can of Coca-Cola no sugar or not, because I don't want to get burpy.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:25] You said burping, not happy.
Toni Lodge: [00:16:28] I've got the burpees. Um, I think you,
Josh Janssen: [00:16:32] I think everyone, I think the other thing too, is it will probably help if you burp, that's a win, given this situation you've been in that
Toni Lodge: [00:16:40] was a couple of weeks ago, but yeah, it was probably still.
And so when did it all end? I don't even remember when it was, I think it was like three weeks ago and it lasted for four full days. I didn't. Burp or, um, fart or poo. It was horrible. It was actually horrible. And I ended up, so I don't like mint, which is like a real cross to bear for me. So it actually makes me sick cross to bear.
That's the same. It's like, um, It's like, like something you have to be tolerant off. Yeah. Something you have to carry. Yeah. It's my cross to bear, um,
can carry across. It was usual and customary to force the convicted person to carry it all. So it's like a really old slavery kind of thing to say.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:35] Yeah. Wow. And so you, um, you had
Toni Lodge: [00:17:38] mint, so I don't like mint, but lots of things that are like, anti-inflammatory like, um, gassy stuff, like cookies and all of that is all minty.
So it was really hard for me. Cause I couldn't find anything that I could have in the end. I had to have the Gaviscon that they might be discussing aniseed flavor. Yeah. I love licorice too. Maybe
Josh Janssen: [00:18:00] you could have just eaten a lot of licorice. Cause
Toni Lodge: [00:18:02] I remember you telling me that you were almost like that guy that died from eating all that licorice.
Yeah. There was
Josh Janssen: [00:18:06] a guy whose
Toni Lodge: [00:18:07] heart exploited. Yeah. Cause he ate so much licorice. I mean, it sounds like a great way to go dot, doing what love to like Elvis hearing that
Josh Janssen: [00:18:14] bang.
That was the guy's fucking heart.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:20] Oh my God. I was just getting him a bag of licorice from the Caltech sounds straight,
Josh Janssen: [00:18:25] the fucking bag grabbing onto his chest.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:29] He's got like a hand full of licorice in his hand or licorice bullets, like the chocolate ones.
Josh Janssen: [00:18:35] So you got taken out by a bullet
Toni Lodge: [00:18:38] bullet to the heart.
Nice. Oh, that's good. Yeah. Um, So anyway, the Coke zero don't know whether I should open it because of the thing. Anyway,
Josh Janssen: [00:18:48] I find out by the end of the show, whether you're
Toni Lodge: [00:18:50] going to open it, you'll hear me open it because it will sound like super aggressive and loud and it will be while you're saying something and I'll go, Oh, um, do you think this is funny so far?
Josh Janssen: [00:19:01] Um, no, but like, um, I don't think we'll get better. Do, do you want it to be funny? These aren't always funny. Like I listen to, so for people who don't know, I would listen to all the episodes and I would think it's funny. No, I I'm bemused. Like I enjoy it. It's like sitting with a couple of friends.
Toni Lodge: [00:19:21] This is actually like causing an identity crisis for me.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:25] Do you want it to be a con like straight comedy,
Toni Lodge: [00:19:28] not straight comedy. I want it to be real, you know, like a real. Cause this is our big hour. This is my big comeback. What if people hate it? Yeah. I've been getting messages on Instagram about this. When are you coming back? I'm like, I will, if it's not fucking funny, then we might as well stop it.
I might as well fucking open this can of Coke. Zero.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:49] Am I talking too much? I don't think you're
Toni Lodge: [00:19:51] talking too much.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:58] Good. How good is.
Can you appreciate the size?
Toni Lodge: [00:20:05] It's a long can. It's like 500 mil. It's like the dash and have like a can of Coke, 500 meal. That is a lot. It's like my whole face length. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:17] Are you I'm someone that, that stays hydrated
Toni Lodge: [00:20:21] moment. I'm trying to be, so I have like a glass. Uh, a jug of water with a cup next to my desk at work.
Cause I find that I drink a glass of water far quicker than are ever drink a bottle.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:36] This is so true.
Toni Lodge: [00:20:40] This is definitely not.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:45] No, I, um, Because I had a fight about it because, uh, Tommy, my business partner was saying the other class collaborator. He was, um, I can't, I I'm so dehydrated because they're all small cups and he pointed out that I had one of the bottles that's the size of tubes is. Um, yeah. And so I, but I don't like drinking out of that.
And so I've just bought. For, um, the daily talk show, podcasts, podcast, collaborators. First time we said it anyway, moving on. You should say Chinese spice. I got cups that are later.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:19] Oh yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:21] That's huge. Do you know how big or late, like you're going to fuck up the MacBook pro if you tip,
Toni Lodge: [00:21:26] spill it over, I feel like I like, like an, like a normal tumbler or a normal glass, because it's just that sense of accomplishment that you get throughout the day.
Like you're all day, you just. It just keeps happening. You got fuck. Look at me, go. I've just finished on the glass of water. Fuck. Look at me. Good. I just finished that a glass of water. And then when you go to do a way it's like so clear and like doesn't smell because you vain. Yeah. You know what I mean?
Like, it just feels fucking good. I just feel like that would be something I would ring my mum and tell her, like back I drank so much. What is today? Is that if he would do, like, do you ever ring your mum and say, I feel like I drank so much. What is that?
Josh Janssen: [00:22:04] But I, um, I, cause I haven't been drinking enough water.
I think that's the I pissing butter at the moment. Like
Toni Lodge: [00:22:09] it's bad. That's disgusting. Yeah. That's really.
Josh Janssen: [00:22:13] And so the soda stream you've, you've got like a soda stream bottle. So you should feel like mine started tasting like grass.
Toni Lodge: [00:22:20] Oh, Mon, hasn't done that yet, but it is filling you. We bought our soda stream during lockdown, so it's still quite fresh, but I don't have, like, I don't have BUSD water in there.
You just got to stay in the flat water water.
Josh Janssen: [00:22:35] Yeah. I mean, I bought a van last glass bottle, but I started to refill, which was nice.
Toni Lodge: [00:22:40] Say glass is nice. Yeah. Glass is lovely. I normally use one of those Ikea like cafe water bottles with like the stopper in the top. Oh yeah. That's what I normally have because they hold a
Josh Janssen: [00:22:50] leader.
So it feels like you've got table service everywhere.
Toni Lodge: [00:22:52] Yeah. Yeah. I'm a real celebrity. Maybe we just want to semi water all the time. Um, but I started using a soda stream on because I just really liked the way it looks. Yeah. Uh, burps coming. Oh, that's okay. I'm going to hold it in. Um, anyway, back to the beginning, we were talking about the Coke zero, and we've really gotten off topic, but, um, so patient isn't going to be joining us.
Um, Which is fine. Um, but so Josh is joining me today and I feel like we're going to do a bit of like a rotating roster. It's always going to be someone different. Um, which does lead me to ask, should we do a game? Because in my notes at the end of last year, I said to paisan, let's come up with a new game for next year.
Has he done it fucking, no, he hasn't. Um, Understandable. Um, anyway, um, so I bought the stuff for the Scattergories game in a Cole's sandwich bag, um, because do you know what really fucks me off losing stuff from a board game out? So I've obviously got terrible anxiety, but I will never, ever, ever lend someone a board game or a puzzle
Josh Janssen: [00:24:07] stopped lending people books.
Toni Lodge: [00:24:09] Oh, You've got a lot of books you could probably afford to lose.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:14] I don't even know how the board game thing would of like, who's borrowing a board game anymore. Have you never
Toni Lodge: [00:24:19] borrowed a board game? Like if you go, Oh, I really want to play. When I play, don't want to spend $45 on it. Can I borrow your monopoly to who?
Who do you ask? I don't know. I've never asked because
Josh Janssen: [00:24:29] the feeling that if you ask there is an expectation that they're invited to the game. No. So you were not comfortable saying, Hey, Josh. Can I borrow your monopoly and I'd say, yeah, sure. Why? And you would say I'm playing monopoly with my friends that are not you,
Toni Lodge: [00:24:47] you know what I mean?
Josh Janssen: [00:24:49] A can we borrow you pull,
Toni Lodge: [00:24:51] but can you make sure you're not home? What time do you have work? Because of do that
Josh Janssen: [00:24:56] show that you have some of the lemon diet Coke in the
Toni Lodge: [00:24:58] fridge. I wish we had some lemon diet Coke. Now just got this normal, um, in a huge gap. Um, but I would never ever lend someone a board game because I've got such crazy anxiety that I would just be worried.
Literally the second I handed it to you until the moment that was back in my possession, I feel like I would just be stressing that I wasn't going to get it back. Do you drive? I can have another sip of Coca-Cola zero. Yes, I do.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:27] Have you ever borrowed someone's car?
Toni Lodge: [00:25:33] Yes. Once, once stressful, very stressful, but. I've lent PayPal, my car, which is very out of character for me. I've lent people my car before and been like, fuck, like, if anything happens, I can just pay for it. And my car's a bit fucked. So I'm like, yeah, it would be dopey flag someone crushed it and then they had to pay
Josh Janssen: [00:25:56] for it.
What about if they just came back in the fan belt? Was it funny? Would you get them.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:01] See, that's hard because I'm like, is that general wear and tear? What if
Josh Janssen: [00:26:04] monopoly was in the boat
Toni Lodge: [00:26:08] and the top hat was gone, that'd be various. Um, okay. So someone's borrowed my car and my monopoly and they're not taking it to drive me to the beach and employment.
Nobody with me, they just taking it themselves. I mean, at least I don't have to hang out with anyone. Maybe that's fine. I, is that going to fuck you off? If I say, Hey, Josh, can I borrow your and you monopoly? Sorry. Um, the is a bit shorter. I feel like the has got like a bit more of a bat on it. Okay. That's
Josh Janssen: [00:26:38] yeah, very much described to me.
So what, what car have you got? I'm just trying to think. Do you
Toni Lodge: [00:26:44] drive or
Josh Janssen: [00:26:45] what do you reckon? You've definitely got a Swift.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:49] Oh, it's close. . It's exactly the same, basically.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:56] All that feels good together. That's
Toni Lodge: [00:26:58] going to smell though. That's okay. What'd you have, I had a pesto line. Oh, that's what I said. It's going to smell
Josh Janssen: [00:27:05] anxiety.
That's fine. It just feels like I'm fucking. Oh, does it. Okay. That
Toni Lodge: [00:27:12] namedrop please sponsor us. Um, anyway, so I bought the stuff for the scatter greys game, but I don't know if we should play it or not. It is a good ice breaker, but
Josh Janssen: [00:27:21] well, Oh saying, no, it's not mine.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:27] Do you want to hear it? No, it's fucking not.
Do you want to hear the one idea that I came up with over the holidays? Um, it's awful. So Dobbs and I were trying to come up with my fake producer boyfriend and I were trying to come up with a movie to watch and we're like fucking scrolling through Netflix, scrolling through binge scrolling through Stan.
And you know what movie came up, analyze this. Have you ever seen that movie? Oh
Josh Janssen: [00:27:53] no. I thought you were about to say analyze this and then you were going to tell me
Toni Lodge: [00:27:59] documentary. No. Okay. But analyze this. What do you think that movie is about?
Josh Janssen: [00:28:05] It would be sort of similar to that movie. That's like the Rubik's cube thing, analyze this.
I would say like spellbound the documentary, which is like a spelling bee championship. I'm going to say it's kids that are mathematical genius.
Toni Lodge: [00:28:19] Okay. Well, so I'll tell you what I thought the movie was about. So yeah, that's how I was getting to that. So the cover,
Josh Janssen: [00:28:29] is that good for me?
Toni Lodge: [00:28:31] No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
That's good. No, no, that's good. So, um, you just tell me and I fucking will now. I want you to shut up. Okay. So it's literally on the cover is Robert DeNiro and Billy crystal. And they're both wearing suits. One of them is sitting on a chair, so it's casino related. Okay. So that's what you reckon it has to be.
I thought that this movie called analyze this, which is a very, very famous movie from 1999. I thought they were both surgeons and they got into like crazy. So I knew I had the knowledge previously that it was Billy crystal and Robert de Niro. I thought that they were. Two surgeons that got into like crazy hi-jinks and they were like always getting into trouble and like tapping in, tapping out on surgeries, et cetera.
Okay. Shut up. So that's what I thought it was called. The movie is actually, so I've got a synopsis here on my spice guy, brand new MacBook, pro 16 gigs of Ram. Um, hang on, let me go about this Mac, um,
Josh Janssen: [00:29:38] name one, but you turn it in, in one, you know,
Toni Lodge: [00:29:41] iPad. Um, it's a two gigahertz. Quad-core Intel core I five 16 gig of memory.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:54] that's all we need to know. I guess a thermal, sorry, accountant.
Toni Lodge: [00:29:56] Yeah, they could. Yeah. For thunderbolts. Yeah. That's great. Um, what's the terabyte thing. How do I tell you that storage
Josh Janssen: [00:30:03] storage side? Oh, you got
Toni Lodge: [00:30:06] five 12, one, one terabyte. That's really good. Oh, that age is good. Yeah. Got a great price on it too.
Josh Janssen: [00:30:12] Flex office
Toni Lodge: [00:30:13] worked for sex. Well, anyway, it doesn't matter. Why is this the actual synopsis of the film? A mafia, Don suffers anxiety attacks, which forced him to visit a psychiatrist renowned for his brutality. The mobster is worried about his reputation when he finds himself bursting into tears for no apparent reason seeking help on the psychiatrist's couch, the forceful and demanding HOD man.
The forceful and demanding HOD man proves a challenge to the doctor who has several complicated problems of his own. So basically it's like comedy mafia, movie, where Billy crystal is a psychiatrist. He drives into the back of lack of mafia Don's car and gives him their card. And then he's like, actually, I've got all these problems.
Um, can you help me? And then says like, but if you don't help me, I'll fucking kill you. Yeah. Um, so I thought that a game could be that way. Find a movie title, and guess what the movie is based on the title. Yeah. Yep. Yep. No, no, I love it. I love it.
Josh Janssen: [00:31:18] Any, I don't know any
Toni Lodge: [00:31:19] movies. Oh yeah, because you don't like, why do you keep sending me people that don't know anything about TV and movies?
All my humor is based on quoting things that I've seen, like YouTube. I don't, I don't really like YouTube cause I'm not a Virgin.
Josh Janssen: [00:31:34] YouTube. Yeah. I say YouTube. And so just, do you want me to start, I'll say a moving, you've got to guess what it's about.
Toni Lodge: [00:31:41] Yeah. I mean, yeah. Okay. We'll see how it goes. The holiday I've seen it.
Cameron Diaz, Jack Black, Jude law. Um, Kate Windsor and they S um, Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz. I sweat pumps. I actually love that movie. I watch it probably four times a year. I saw it three
Josh Janssen: [00:31:55] times at the cinemas.
Toni Lodge: [00:31:56] I watched it twice at the cinemas. It was so good. Wasn't it? I remember the pot. There's the same way.
Cameron Diaz is dancing to Mr. Brightside and Mr. Brightside hadn't been out for long. And I remember thinking I was a real cool, cause I knew the song in the movie.
Josh Janssen: [00:32:10] What about, um, the same way he talks about the meat? Cute. Oh
Toni Lodge: [00:32:15] God. Oh, I love the pot with miles, which is Jack Black's character talks about scoring the films tens, man.
Josh Janssen: [00:32:25] I felt like I knew everything about film after watching that. Did you still like him making the trip? Cause he made trailers remember, so that was Cameron Diaz made the trailer. So he scored.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:38] Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That is a really good movie though. Um, what's your, what's your number one Christmas movie. Is it the holiday?
Yeah, same. Yeah. Oh, actually in a month the original Grinch with Jim Carrey in it. I haven't
Josh Janssen: [00:32:51] seen it. But that will be fun to watch. I could watch it tonight. I
Toni Lodge: [00:32:54] wouldn't much at tonight
Josh Janssen: [00:32:55] cause snuck Christmas time, but maybe that's a little life hack.
Toni Lodge: [00:33:00] I don't know if that's a life hack or if it's breaking the law, we'd be like, Oh, life hack.
Don't pay for your groceries. Just walk outside with them. Like it's like not the same
Josh Janssen: [00:33:08] thing. Many people are watching Christmas movies, post Christmas.
Toni Lodge: [00:33:14] I want to know how many people are listening to this thinking. It's shit. It's hard to know. Isn't it? That lots of people are doing that.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:21] I mean, can we
Toni Lodge: [00:33:22] do that's better, at least I know that if people hate it, it's you, do you know what I mean?
It's not me because they liked it before. The great
Josh Janssen: [00:33:29] thing is that I'm not on every week. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:33:32] So that'd be like, fuck, can't wait till next week, but you will be obviously. Yeah, we'll be coming back around. That's okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:40] And so did you watch to analyze
Toni Lodge: [00:33:43] this? I watched it, yeah. And there's also an analyze that, which is a sequel.
Josh Janssen: [00:33:48] Okay. Do you want me to do one more movie for you?
I would just say what came first to my mind, crocodile Dundee
Toni Lodge: [00:34:01] it, but obviously it's that, that guy who pretends to be Australian and he says, that's not a knife. This is a knife.
Josh Janssen: [00:34:07] Well, it's, it's Paul Hogan, who is? Yeah, sure. You know, he painted the, um, Sydney, Sydney Harbor bridge.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:17] Is it painted the Sydney Harbor bridge?
Isn't it just metal put it
Josh Janssen: [00:34:20] together. Don't know if he painted that he was
Toni Lodge: [00:34:23] invited fake news. Hang on. Paul Hogan, Sydney Harbor bridge.
Josh Janssen: [00:34:31] I don't know his exact role, but he worked on it during his, um,
Toni Lodge: [00:34:37] um,
He worked as a rigger on the Sydney Harbor bridge. So he didn't paint it or really build it. But
Josh Janssen: [00:34:48] a rigging is, I think you would find that Ricky's little rigging
Toni Lodge: [00:34:51] is like, so he would have been able to pay like flying from it to Lac, put it together, very things up and down. So I guess, and a roundabout way.
Josh Janssen: [00:35:02] right. I'll do one other one. Um, it's hard because I feel like you've seen
Toni Lodge: [00:35:06] them all. Yeah. I have seen a lot of movies. Legally blonde. Okay. Well, I obviously know what legally blonde is about. I could probably quote you the whole musical and film. I could go really
Josh Janssen: [00:35:18] obscure,
Toni Lodge: [00:35:20] skew it. No, cause the game is that I, it has to be like that.
I hear the title and I'm like, Oh my God, I reckon it's about there. So then it's not
Josh Janssen: [00:35:28] the Iran job.
Toni Lodge: [00:35:30] Um, okay. It's a porno. Um, no, it's obviously not. That was a joke. Mason probably would have laughed at that, in that way that it goes, yeah. I don't want you to do that because you shouldn't have to live up to somebody.
Do you want me
Josh Janssen: [00:35:46] to respond to more lost? So
Toni Lodge: [00:35:49] is it because you're too dry? Are you too dry for this? Do you think
Josh Janssen: [00:35:54] maybe
Toni Lodge: [00:35:56] hydrated we've been through this. Oh yeah. Do you want some of my soda stream water? Yeah, it hasn't been BUSD. It sits flat soda stream, bottle water,
Josh Janssen: [00:36:04] Coke, Coke, zero. It's good.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:07] It's making me, I feel like it's making me thirsty.
Oh, you don't, you aren't the movie game.
Josh Janssen: [00:36:12] What about, um, reality show star? I've been getting into some reality shows. I watch
Toni Lodge: [00:36:17] a lot of reality TV as well. Did you ever
Josh Janssen: [00:36:19] watch the city.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:20] No, I haven't seen that. The Hills. Yeah. I fucking love the Hills. I've actually, you would know that I watched the Hills because last year on this podcast, this one trick Tony, uh, at one trick, Tony, on Instagram, I talked about the Hills.
I talked about watching it. Do you know Whitney port? Yeah. How she does the reactions to old episodes? Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:36:39] So, you know, Whitney port, she's done reactions to the city. I don't know the city. So the city came after.
Toni Lodge: [00:36:46] The Hills stand as well. I
Josh Janssen: [00:36:50] bought it on iTunes. Oh, can I borrow it? Yeah, you could. Do you want to be on my family accounts?
Toni Lodge: [00:36:55] Yeah. It's like quite a serious, then
Josh Janssen: [00:36:57] you'll be able to like, uh, you'll be able to get Disney plus as well. Oh yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:02] That's nice Disney plus spot. We got rid of it because it's just apart from the Simpsons.
Josh Janssen: [00:37:07] I think there's more on Disney plus than there is on Netflix.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:10] Um, controversial. I feel.
Josh Janssen: [00:37:14] Like all of the, um, the behind the scenes Pixar stuff.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:18] Only losers. Like you are going to watch that I'm not watching that. I think you would love it. I'm not sitting down at the end of the day going like, Oh, I'm going to want you to make some,
Josh Janssen: [00:37:27] I like behind the scenes. But anyway, I think you would really love the city and the area.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:32] Yeah. I do want to watch the city, the original, not the winter
Josh Janssen: [00:37:37] to be honest.
Reactions are just as good. Like if you want to save some coin. Yeah. Because you just and it's fine. It's really, really good. And her husband watches them with her. Yeah. But do you know where he's come from? You don't know. So
Toni Lodge: [00:37:51] he's from New York. They met in New York.
Josh Janssen: [00:37:54] He was a producer on the city fuck off.
Yeah. So he was a TV producer on the city and that's how they met.
Toni Lodge: [00:38:00] Yes.
Josh Janssen: [00:38:01] But no one can know, because it will affect the whole dynamic
Toni Lodge: [00:38:05] of the show. This is going awesome.
Josh Janssen: [00:38:08] They're like, I think it's so shit because of the sexual tension.
Toni Lodge: [00:38:11] Do you think maybe that is what it is.
Josh Janssen: [00:38:14] You didn't, you didn't laugh. So look, if you're not going to fucking laugh at me, I wouldn't laugh at you.
Toni Lodge: [00:38:18] Um, reset.
Oh, hello. Welcome to uncheck Tony, take two of episode one season two, which we're not actually calling it, that we're calling it episode 20. Um, we've decided that we need to be a bit more upbeat. Yeah. Which I've just said in a really downbeat voice. Um, I actually, um, I, um, Earlier you asked if I drive and I do, but it gives me anxiety because I hate having to think about where I'm going to park.
So today is the first time I've recorded in here. As we set up at the beginning of the first beginning, this is the second. Um, and I was like, I'm just going to Uber because I don't like worrying about where I'm going to park. And I also don't have the anxiety of my car being downstairs and like, not knowing if like my ticket's gonna run out or whatever.
Josh Janssen: [00:39:18] Yes. Yeah. Yeah. We've had someone get their car towed.
Toni Lodge: [00:39:22] See that just if my car got towed, I think I'd throw up. Yeah. I think that all of my emotions would come at once and I would just be, yeah. Have you ever, um, had my car had not,
Josh Janssen: [00:39:34] have you ever had a speeding? Fine pulled over by the police,
Toni Lodge: [00:39:39] uh, pulled over, but it was like, because I was on my pace, they just pulled me over Slack, checked my license and stuff.
Um, that was in WWI, but I think it was probably more of like a scare tactic. Why? I dunno, just cause I was, uh, 18 and I was in a red Getz and I just feel like that it's just begging to be pulled over. Um, so I Ubered here today and I'd had like quite a stressful day. Um, so far. And my Uber driver had like classic FM on and for the 15 minutes that I was in the classic
Josh Janssen: [00:40:15] FM station, what is just
Toni Lodge: [00:40:17] been gold or something?
No, it was, it was one Oh 5.9, which is like classic ABC. Yeah. Was like classical
Josh Janssen: [00:40:25] music,
Toni Lodge: [00:40:26] not a classic. I'm pretty sure it's called I basically, yeah, fucking come for me. No 0.9. What's it called? ABC classic FM. Listen, live.
Josh Janssen: [00:40:37] If I heard classic, I would have assumed it
Toni Lodge: [00:40:39] was well, it was classical music. Yeah. And it was the most relaxed I think I've ever been.
I think more Uber drivers should do that.
Josh Janssen: [00:40:49] It is like, it's a good tactic to get kids to settle down concentration.
Toni Lodge: [00:40:54] Or I think that kids would settle down if they heard that. They'd probably just say like, I hate this.
Josh Janssen: [00:40:59] Have you heard of Ludovico an Audi? Nah, he's a pianist. Yeah. And he's very good at it. So if you're, if you're looking to listen, I listen on Apple music.
I'm an Apple music guy. Now I got off Spotify,
Toni Lodge: [00:41:14] Spotify, Tobes, and I were on a family account. You can go to
Josh Janssen: [00:41:19] that poll now, I think, which is a little bit cheaper,
Toni Lodge: [00:41:21] right? Yeah. Well, way join that because they sent us a free Google home. Oh,
Josh Janssen: [00:41:26] yeah. Yeah. Cause they just give them out. Oh fuck.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:29] I cannot get rid of them.
It's like, they will like, instead of ordering a million, they ordered a billion and now they just alive. Fuck. I've got to get rid of all of these extra Google home minis,
Josh Janssen: [00:41:40] UberEATS. I'm expecting a Google mini that's just
Toni Lodge: [00:41:42] included. That was really funny. And I didn't appreciate it. Oh, I'm sorry.
Josh Janssen: [00:41:46] Yeah. I am a smaller square on YouTube.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:52] Well, it doesn't matter if the tiny squares making jokes and the big stuff. Um,
Josh Janssen: [00:41:57] do you want to try that joke?
Toni Lodge: [00:41:59] I'd love that. Feed me the line.
Josh Janssen: [00:42:01] So it's just around, um, the, you know, the Uber eats thing. So it's like half the time when I get it. Uber eats I me. Yeah, no,
Toni Lodge: [00:42:08] I know that. I know the joke. I'm asking you to feed me the line.
I think I said it's like they made a billion instead of a million.
Josh Janssen: [00:42:16] And to be honest, what I took out of that was, um, because I used to say those words the same way, but I got criticized about you swallowing your ALS. So I say, so if you go back to my old podcast, I would say million, million million, and now I say million.
Because so many people told me about it, but, um, uh, yeah. So whether it's a million or a billion,
Toni Lodge: [00:42:47] it doesn't have to. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:42:49] I don't like whether it's a million
Toni Lodge: [00:42:51] or a billion fuck. Every time I order over eight times Google home mini. You're such an asshole. It was good. Fake love. I gave you such a good fake glasses. You
Josh Janssen: [00:43:05] have, um, you didn't really talk about your other job. Do you
Toni Lodge: [00:43:09] not really? Do you have two people asked me to, but I'm worried that if that's all people care about, then one day, if I don't work there anymore, then people are going to go, well, fuck this bitch.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:18] asked one question related.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:20] Uh, so I work at Jason PJ on the radio, the breakfast show
Josh Janssen: [00:43:23] when you create promos.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:25] Yeah, I don't. But
Josh Janssen: [00:43:27] yeah. So like when, when someone cries, promos, do they have extra laughs on file so they can be out the laughs to get a good ending? Yes. Yeah. Do you do that? Like, do you have, like, do you have a section of like PJ laughs Jace laughs.
And you can just bring it in when you need to. Yeah. Oh, that's good. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:51] That's it. That's the, it was my only question. Weird trade secret that I shouldn't be giving out.
Josh Janssen: [00:43:55] No, I mean, I think that people probably just don't think about it. Yeah. Like someone came out to me and said like, Oh yeah, I know all the Cola is a fight.
Toni Lodge: [00:44:06] Oh, well, that's not true. That's actually not true. I think that a lot of people think that in radio, like the winners, like, so you just said, all the calls are fake, that all the winners are like preempted and stuff. Like they're actually not. It's like all by chance. We honestly don't fuck anything up. And it's because like with, um, all of that stuff, there's like so much insurance that goes into.
Like everything that we do, that you actually, you can't fudge it. And when they say like, Oh, you didn't want to give away the $5 million or whatever it actually, like, we do want to give it away cause we're paying to do it. Yeah. One of
Josh Janssen: [00:44:39] the, I remember, um, uh, uh, a secret of the way that the producers do it to keep you excited.
Do you know what they, what they do? Like say if they say, if there's a competition on and you've won. And they need to get you on staff, like on the line waiting. What the producers will do. We'll say, Hey, uh, I'm just calling you, you entered this competition, your, you have one in 10 chances of winning. Like we've got nine other people.
Yeah. So you said we got out of the people on the line, so you haven't won anything, but if we do cross to like get excited and so it's a great way of keeping that rather than them knowing.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:18] Yeah. And being like, Oh my God, I've won. Yeah. You don't have to fake it. Okay. Um, do your fake. Winning. Okay. So, all right.
And the winner of this $7 million is Josh. Oh my God. I love one
Josh Janssen: [00:45:35] trick tiny in the back.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:40] you guys.
That was good. It sounded super fake, but yeah,
Josh Janssen: [00:45:50] but that's the sort of thing. Yeah. Yeah. My favorite is hearing the, um, when, when the, the radio promos, where they have like, Oh, it's my favorite thing to wake up to. And it's great. But when you listen to it, it's like it is that Jenny
Toni Lodge: [00:46:07] from tactics. Yeah. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:12] trade secrets for today. Yeah. This isn't about your employer. This is about, I didn't, I've never worked for the company that you work at. This is coming from one of
Toni Lodge: [00:46:19] the others. Yeah. That's okay. Yeah. One of the big three. Hmm. Sounds like banks.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:25] Yeah. How about Kohl's very big in the radio space.
Toni Lodge: [00:46:30] Oh yeah. Their radio station wins like heaps of awards.
Josh Janssen: [00:46:33] I was listening to the, um, Coles. Uh, are you okay?
Toni Lodge: [00:46:38] Are you just feeling, just feeling
Josh Janssen: [00:46:42] and you just grabbed her chest. Like she was having a heart attack, which is actually a good way. If I talk too much, grab your chest. Cause it shuts me up. Is she go,
Toni Lodge: [00:46:49] Oh my God, something's happening?
Josh Janssen: [00:46:52] Um, no, but, uh, Kohl's like when, when I was there the other day, they actually say tune into Kohl's online. Like Kohl's
Toni Lodge: [00:46:59] right. Oh, like you can stream from home. Yeah. Yeah. Listen, listen at the shops or at home. Yeah. Great. I've listened to before. Cause it's like, non-offensive music. That's just like very easy to listen to.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:14] Yeah. And I'm guessing they just through Kohl's ads.
Toni Lodge: [00:47:17] Yeah. Are where getting, are you a Coles or Woolworths person? Well, um,
Josh Janssen: [00:47:23] I'm going to avoid Scott. I want to, um, uh, sorry. The one thing with librarians is I'm always wondering, is there going to be a bloody Google home? Mini in there cause there's millions or
Toni Lodge: [00:47:37] billions of them.
Josh Janssen: [00:47:40] The, um, I'm a Cole's guy. I
Toni Lodge: [00:47:42] would like Mason back
Josh Janssen: [00:47:44] Tyson. Uh, yeah, no, but I think I'm a, uh, are you a Woolworth's girl? You look like a Woolworth's really? You actually look like a cipher. I
Toni Lodge: [00:47:56] go, what did they call it in New Zealand? Um,
no, it's called no, it's called, um, it's very funny
Josh Janssen: [00:48:11] because if you split one of the words, you can change it to say, come shot or something like that. You can completely change it. Oh, what's it called? Countdown? Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:20] Come shot. My niece is 11 and she listens to this podcast.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:26] Well, I think that, hi Ash.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:29] Yeah. Do you ever talking, man, I'm done shockingly.
One trick. Josh makes me Oh, Chinese design. Um, well anyway, the game didn't go very well. I don't feel like this podcast is going very well. What do people hate it? I'm never going to be famous and rich. You might be famous. Um, I think I'm going to grow out my fringe.
Josh Janssen: [00:48:57] Yeah. So for people who aren't watching the video, you've got your hair up.
My hair looks so fresh.
Toni Lodge: [00:49:04] Yeah. Let me turn my headphones off so that you can get the full effect.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:08] Yeah, it looks, you look like Whitney port fuck off. Yeah. Like Whitney has her hair. She did, she does her hair
Toni Lodge: [00:49:15] just like that. She's really tall and slim and beautiful. And she was a intern at teen Vogue and that's not me.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:21] Yeah. And then she went on to on people's revolution. Do you know, um, Kelly Katrin?
Toni Lodge: [00:49:25] What a bitch? I like Kelly. She's sorry. She's painted not well at the very beginning, but then she can learn some real good opportunities. And Stephanie just like fucks her up. Like, anyway, we're talking about the Hills, um, for anybody that hasn't seen it.
Josh Janssen: [00:49:41] When you say Stephanie, do you mean Stephanie Pratt? Was she on the Hills? I know she was in the lighter. I know that she's
Toni Lodge: [00:49:47] on the Hill. So Lauren Conrad get Stephanie Pratt, a job at, um, people's revolution. Um, and Kelly could translate, are you sure you willing to like, put your name on the line to this girl?
And Lauren's like, yes. Like I totally trust Stephanie. And then Stephanie like leaves all the clouds behind. They're not at a shoot and I have to Curry them back over and see the whole thing. Yeah. Laura's in the, in the end
Josh Janssen: [00:50:09] and Lauren went to New York to drop off a
Toni Lodge: [00:50:11] dress and she, yes, that had nothing to do with Kelly train though.
Josh Janssen: [00:50:15] Okay. That's teen Vogue.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:19] Did you watch Laguna? I haven't watched look on a beach. I'm really burping. That's fine. I'm really embarrassing. Um, the other thing that, so, Oh yeah, so I'm growing my friend out. Um, I am a bit nervous that I'm not going to look like me, but I do grow it out every couple of years I get sick of it. And then I cut it back in because I feel like a little hooker, basic beach.
Josh Janssen: [00:50:40] I just remembered that that was your signature look, my
Toni Lodge: [00:50:43] friends. Yeah. But see, you didn't even think about that. You just thought I looked good.
Josh Janssen: [00:50:47] Yeah, because I remember when we did the podcast artwork, but like, we need to make the fringe, the real feature piece as Tobes was taking a photo against.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:55] Aw, bless him.
Yeah. I was so upset about those photos. I thought they were all so bad. And then you guys are like, Oh, they're actually really nice. And. Everybody I showed it to was like, Oh no, that's really good fun. I'm like, Oh my God, I'm ugly. And then I thought
Josh Janssen: [00:51:09] you meet a Photoshop them. You're like, look at how much hair I've got on my face.
Toni Lodge: [00:51:14] I don't not like mustache wise. Like there was lots of hairs. Is that what you mean? Or do you mean like hair? Well, cause I started like doing hair removal cream on my Apple lip, but it just really hurt as in like it's stung smells like burning hair. Yeah, it does. It's not good. Have you ever featured yourself?
Like obviously your nether regions I've done. Like,
Josh Janssen: [00:51:39] um, I did it on
Toni Lodge: [00:51:41] my salad, like a mom on a podcast. Talk
Josh Janssen: [00:51:45] about your nether regions. Nah, I did it on my shoulders. When I was a kid and I've got very sensitive skin.
Toni Lodge: [00:51:54] Um, you just said shoulders, but like Rob Juella bicep, do you mean like your upper arm or like the top of your shoulder?
Why would you do it
Josh Janssen: [00:52:01] there? Do you have like a bunch of hair? Yeah. And show
Toni Lodge: [00:52:05] me, you're wearing a long sleeve shirt. That's your bicep by that? Sweat are, that's not your shoulder. Oh yeah. That is Harry in like a good way.
Like, it's all good.
Josh Janssen: [00:52:22] Have you had laser,
Toni Lodge: [00:52:25] but I would love to do it. I would actually love to get lights out.
I feel get it on my face because it is a place that I would like to have less hair, but I don't have enough energy to not worry about, I guess I would do my giant just because yeah, it does seem like the cool thing to do, even though I'm pretty sure, like. Not having laser is back, but I wouldn't know.
Cause I'm not like sleeping with people all the time. So I wouldn't know. And even if I was, I still,
Oh, that's not nice. It isn't nice. It doesn't feel great.
Josh Janssen: [00:53:06] Well, what am I meant? Like in those moments, when you say no one wants to have sex with me, Is the polite thing to do, to say, Oh no, you're so fuckable
lucky. If you were single, you would have like dicks
Toni Lodge: [00:53:23] coming in your ears coming in your ears. Sorry,
Josh Janssen: [00:53:28] but what are you like? Is that the polite thing?
Toni Lodge: [00:53:32] I don't know. I actually don't know, but it's like, if you say anything, like, you know, if someone goes like, Oh, I look so fat there or like, Oh, something
Josh Janssen: [00:53:48] it's almost like a half, no half of
Toni Lodge: [00:53:56] Julie. This is like looking at my whole life in the matter of minutes. Yeah.
This shot never looked at you before,
Josh Janssen: [00:54:10] except you using those words about
Toni Lodge: [00:54:13] I'm like, boy, I'm not fin. Like, I'm not like. But, you know, I just had someone laughing upstairs. Do you think they're laughing at this? I'd love it. If they weren't, I'd fucking walk up there and throw some money.
they said yes, but they weren't. Um, but yeah,
I fucking said, I literally just said it.
Josh Janssen: [00:54:55] No, it's just like, it's all the trauma for me. Put on a bit of weight over the holidays.
Not if you wear bigger clothes. No, but like, The 10 fixes,
Toni Lodge: [00:55:19] but the glasses, did you get a haircut?
Josh Janssen: [00:55:24] If someone's got a shit hit, I'm not saying this. What happened with you? It's not sounding great, but when, if someone has a shit haircut, I have to say something like I have to say something. And so it's always like, yeah.
Hey, cut. It looks great. It's a fun. It's a nice,
Toni Lodge: [00:55:38] do you just go. Haircut. He just it's like a full style
Josh Janssen: [00:55:43] heaps of that I had with my glasses. People, like not saying nice things like, and it, and I know it because what they say is they say statement, which is not alive. They say you got you.
Toni Lodge: [00:55:59] Well, yeah,
Josh Janssen: [00:56:00] yeah, yeah. And then they're like, Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:56:07] they look at.
Josh Janssen: [00:56:08] I thought that second bit. Not true. If you think it's great. You'd say
Toni Lodge: [00:56:13] you got new glasses. I'm sorry.
I actually do like them. They just, so the first time that I saw them was on FaceTime, I called you on FaceTime and it went, boom. And then you open. I was like, Oh,
Um, and it was a shock because your last glasses had no rim job, but these aren't have a very thick rim job. And I didn't realize you were interim jobs, but apparently you are
Josh Janssen: [00:56:45] like, Oh, the glasses person that literally gets the sale. They like, they get commission. Yeah, they, I think they said you go
Toni Lodge: [00:56:56] and they're the ones,
they're the ones that were benefiting from the fact that you spent a thousand dollars on Gucci.
Josh Janssen: [00:57:05] The other thing people say, are they different?
Toni Lodge: [00:57:11] So the friend lane that I was talking about earlier, she's got, she's such a sweetheart. She's literally like. One of the sweetest girls I've ever met. Like, I absolutely adore her and she's got this tail and she ego like, Oh, I just ordered this dress. She goes, yeah. Or like you walk in there and you've got like new glasses, new haircut, whatever.
And I'm like, you hate it. That's your line voice. And she goes, nah, nah, Yeah, Jess. I'm like, babe, I love to me and her boyfriend said to me the other week, like, Oh, um, Well, like when he walked in with a new haircut and she goes, Oh yeah. And he was telling me about it. And I was like, Oh, so she had it. He was like, yeah, she fucking mastermind.
It's just so obvious from her. But it's the exact same thing with like, no, I don't look very good there. Or someone goes, Oh, don't you say that by yourself? I don't look good. They're like, are you trying to tell me that I do because. That's false. Yeah, I don't look good there. So I've decided to cut my
no fringe, fringe,
Josh Janssen: [00:58:30] fringe. Have you done any fringe? And I think it's a
Toni Lodge: [00:58:33] great idea. Thank you. Um, sorry. I feel like maybe it's like a transformative thing where I'm like, Oh God, my fringe. Forget my inhibitions. Feel the rain on my face. Cause I don't have a fringe anymore. Noah. That's beautiful. Thank
Josh Janssen: [00:58:49] you. The, um, the, the whole losing, like going bold thing, I feel like Tobes is probably experienced similar to what I have.
Oh, just because. You've mentioned tours.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:02] on you.
Josh Janssen: [00:59:06] Yeah, like when I shaved my, you can't win. Because you hear people say, you know, just shave it before it, and then you save it and they say, ah, but you look so much better with hair. That's like, yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:59:16] exactly. It's going. I know I look better with that, but now I don't have a choice. It's literally
Josh Janssen: [00:59:22] telling someone who's losing their house, but I loved you.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:29] I've gone bankrupt. I don't have a choice. Um, we loved your old
Josh Janssen: [00:59:34] house. That was so much nicer.
Toni Lodge: [00:59:35] Yeah. Or like if you break up with like a horrible husband, like Jeffrey, I might, well, he was a douche bag. Um, I feel like as a boy, so I don't really, I haven't experienced this, but. As a boy, if you like hats, I feel like instantly people go bald bolding.
Do you, do you feel that like, if you, if you're wearing a hat, so you are a hat wearer, like not only are you literally wearing a hat right now, but like commonly you wear a hat? Um, yes. Actually
Josh Janssen: [01:00:11] look
Toni Lodge: [01:00:12] skunk skunked gunk.
Josh Janssen: [01:00:15] Apparently, I think that they I've heard that these are begin
Toni Lodge: [01:00:20] well. Yeah. Did you tell me that?
Um, I didn't, but what I was going to say is those hats that you're wearing right now, like all the guys, all the Queens on very pole with them.
Josh Janssen: [01:00:30] Well, I think that they're all code for something. So when I would be walking in Collingwood though, like I would get different winks depending on what hat. I'm thinking about it, you could read into them.
Toni Lodge: [01:00:41] Well, so the one that you're wearing at the moment has a skunk on it and it's got its tail lifted up. So I'm like, cause you're like, Oh daddy or something. Um,
skunk me, daddy, what
Josh Janssen: [01:00:58] does that mean? We should start doing tee shirts. It would actually be like skunk me, daddy.
Toni Lodge: [01:01:04] Oh, I'm not having a shed that says skunk, mommy, daddy jumper.
Josh Janssen: [01:01:08] Mug
Toni Lodge: [01:01:10] the item. Wasn't the problem. It's luck. It was some
Josh Janssen: [01:01:13] other issue. Two, two other options. What are the other
Toni Lodge: [01:01:16] options to do a hat you've already got the hat.
And so that's taken socks. Yeah. Do socks. I feel like it's the least amount of commitment. It's
Josh Janssen: [01:01:29] actually I disagree, but what socks do you wear?
Toni Lodge: [01:01:32] Um, just like plain gray ones bond. Nah, not even thing they're from Kmart and they're fucking shit. You know, I think that everything from every place is the same.
It's not, and I'm so glad that you knew exactly what I was talking about just then. So like, you're like, Oh, should I get such from Kmart or should I buy then socks? Or should I buy an ass out of this, uh, datas. Um, which
Josh Janssen: [01:01:57] one
Toni Lodge: [01:01:57] did I say added aspect? I F you know how people say,
Josh Janssen: [01:02:02] someone's saying a data's is the same person who gets it
Toni Lodge: [01:02:06] yeah.
Or says encyclopedia instead of encyclopedia. No, I think
Josh Janssen: [01:02:10] that's a speech. Impediment is encyclopedia or
Toni Lodge: [01:02:13] something. Encyclopedia is, um, it's a joke from how I met your mother. Oh, yeah. Which you wouldn't understand? Cause she don't like TV.
Josh Janssen: [01:02:20] Is that show. Okay. So was
Toni Lodge: [01:02:22] that right? No, that's two and a half men.
How many are you at your mother? Your mother is Josh Radner. And it's him going through like him telling his kids the story of how he met his mom, how he met their mother and it's like him hanging out at bars and like his best friend is Neil Patrick Harris. And he like sleeps with a lot of girls.
Josh Janssen: [01:02:44] What's the show where the guy's angry and he's in a bar a lot,
Toni Lodge: [01:02:51] or he's angry and isn't cheese, Becca, Becca, Becca. See, we're on the same wavelength of all the shows that people in bars in them. I picked that. I'm definitely going on your family account on our checks. Yeah. I don't have
Josh Janssen: [01:03:06] backer on that to be clear, but I just, I think it was before home and away or something on, like, I just feel like it was one of the, um,
Toni Lodge: [01:03:13] I think it used to be on light before neighbors and the Simpsons on channel 10, like the news.
Yeah. Um, I
Josh Janssen: [01:03:21] don't know where you're going in that point. And
Toni Lodge: [01:03:23] I'm really fucking,
Josh Janssen: [01:03:24] you were happy because I said something to you or
Toni Lodge: [01:03:27] you said not everyone Paideia Nike Adidas. Yep. Um, so I say Nike as well, it's Nike. I can't do it.
Josh Janssen: [01:03:37] I heard a guy who said he worked at night. He said, no, um, I thought, did
Toni Lodge: [01:03:42] ya? I just can't do it.
I just cannot say Nike. It doesn't just doesn't feel right. Coming out of my mouth. Nike Nike, Nike I've said Nike, my whole life 27 years, I've said, Nick, I just can't do it. It just sounds wrong. I know that the shoe dog guy, he actually says Nike, I get it. But
Josh Janssen: [01:04:03] the shoe dog guy being the founder of Nike
Toni Lodge: [01:04:05] for those people, everyone knows what's his name?
I don't know. That's why I said the shoe dog guy.
Josh Janssen: [01:04:12] You want me to say his name?
Toni Lodge: [01:04:13] What's his name? I'm trying to remember. Oh, I can Google it because no one else can Google in this fucking place.
Josh Janssen: [01:04:19] It's gray.
Toni Lodge: [01:04:21] I couldn't fucking tell you. Um, his name is Phil now. Okay. Don't say, Oh, I was almost there. You went almost there.
Um, interesting book anyway. I feel as though.
Josh Janssen: [01:04:38] Not all
Toni Lodge: [01:04:41] equal. Yeah. Cause you think that sucks from came outside. Shrum added our socks from Nike vans. People, people say that, right. And you think like, fuck it. I'll just buy the $5 10 pack from Kmart or whatever. They fucked that aren't stay up. The Silicon on the back is bad.
If you buy a like no show socks, it's just, they're just shocking. And you wouldn't think they make so much difference, but it actually does also, you know, on sports socks you'll know this cause you like weird fate stuff. You know how sports socks are like have that like compression section in the middle.
Yeah. I love that.
Josh Janssen: [01:05:16] Yeah. It's just a bit of support, especially for like I've got wide feet. It's like having a girdle just gives you that extra level of layer of sort of makes
Toni Lodge: [01:05:26] me more
Josh Janssen: [01:05:27] confident. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But why are you so flirty this
Toni Lodge: [01:05:31] podcast? I feel like this is a different podcast
Josh Janssen: [01:05:35] and we too, is it literally like Tony and Josh talk about how'd you didn't like what?
I said my name now. I understand the, um, The, on the SOPs
Toni Lodge: [01:05:48] thing, but I'm so glad that you said confidence because do you know what I think I don't like about you being on this podcast. Is it cause I'm like quirky, but you're also quirky. So you're not taken aback by anything that I'm saying. I'm just trying to say like what I'd have to say for you to be bothered.
But like, for me to say like, Oh, with the support gives me confidence, but you've said that and you just agree with me. Whereas I feel like most other people would be like, Oh, that's such a crazy thing to say.
Josh Janssen: [01:06:20] No, no, no. I understand what
Toni Lodge: [01:06:22] you mean. Did you, do you have a timer set or something? How long have we been going for? It feels like an
Josh Janssen: [01:06:29] hour.
Toni Lodge: [01:06:30] It's been six minutes.
Josh Janssen: [01:06:32] It's been an hour.
Toni Lodge: [01:06:34] Finally. We had a Google home mini I'm bloody, no breeds the other day. And I thought I'm going to check one.
Josh Janssen: [01:06:40] Don't get me started.
Yeah, the confidence on the socks though.
Toni Lodge: [01:06:44] Yeah. But I just feel like. It's like my little secret, like, I've just got a little mate in my feet that is like, go bitch.
Josh Janssen: [01:06:53] It's like the opposite of a, um, of a g-string.
Sure. No. Well, cause if you think about it, so like a g-string I guess. Do people do, do you think people feel more confident in a g-string? Yes, but it's not comfortable. So this is the, like a girdle almost, but it's not, I'm going
Toni Lodge: [01:07:16] to keep that a J string is uncommon. Well, I guess it depends on what kind of J string you're wearing.
What are the different options? Well, like if you had one that didn't fit very well, or what's a good fitting GC, if it was too big or too small or. So what I bet, I bet again. Sorry.
Josh Janssen: [01:07:35] So what is sort of the Goldilocks ratio of, I
Toni Lodge: [01:07:38] dunno, but I feel like you just have to put it on and they all
Josh Janssen: [01:07:41] hit your ass hole though.
Don't they? Or no? Um,
Toni Lodge: [01:07:44] I don't think so. They don't like rub on your bottle. How does it skip? But your, but like when you think about your bar yes. Oh, my bomb is like on the inside, but this, so when the g-string is here, it's like, there's still, your bot is in here. There's like a bit of protection. If you're not like flossing your button,
Josh Janssen: [01:08:13] I thought you were.
Toni Lodge: [01:08:15] So this is, this is like J string. No, this is an open area where you can say that you have, and that's fine. No, I haven't. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [01:08:23] Um, when I was a kid, I may have like accidentally had one through experimentation,
Toni Lodge: [01:08:33] but no, when you
Josh Janssen: [01:08:34] were a kid, I just remember, I just remember this weird thing of my
Toni Lodge: [01:08:38] brother,
Josh Janssen: [01:08:41] my brother, having a joke.
G-string. And then just being like, what's the
Toni Lodge: [01:08:46] deal with the Hazel? Well, like buying a friend, a joke, dildo and being like, Oh, and then being like, Oh my God, it's so funny. Yes. I'm really happy. Cause I don't have to bother themselves. Yeah. It's like
Josh Janssen: [01:08:58] the big, like the novelty size Toblerone.
Toni Lodge: [01:09:01] Oh, no shame. I would buy one.
I bought someone a secret tender. There was, it was Jace actually from Jason PJ. The big one. Yeah. It was a big one. And it had his name on it. I got it personalized at the Meijer store in, um, Jetson.
Josh Janssen: [01:09:14] Oh, that's awesome. I've always like the dream very hard during COVID, but book a domestic flight from Melbourne to Sydney by actually international, maybe New Zealand.
Toni Lodge: [01:09:29] Yeah. They'd probably be cheaper to go to New Zealand than Bali and then Melbourne anyway, just.
Josh Janssen: [01:09:35] Take a big toddler own thing and just eat the whole thing all the time,
Toni Lodge: [01:09:39] freak
Josh Janssen: [01:09:40] out the people next to you. Yeah. Could you
Toni Lodge: [01:09:41] imagine, I want to imagine it because I want to wish that I'm doing it, but back to the J strings back to the guilty pleasure J string, I don't think it behaves the way that maybe you're envisaging and I implore you to try it.
Josh Janssen: [01:09:58] Yeah. So I would just need to find one. That's got like the, uh, Is that a penis pouch. Oh, what's a good girl. You sack your bullies. Is that the name for the party? For the G string thing or Gugu Sachs
Toni Lodge: [01:10:18] movie anyway. And it was this analyze that. What was the second one? Sorry. Yeah. Um, I feel like you should try it.
Let me see if you can get a mail. So the
Josh Janssen: [01:10:31] thing is I don't have the issue. I'm never wearing clothes that, uh, sort of super tight
Toni Lodge: [01:10:36] just yet. Oh, sorry. I feel like that's not very nice. So when you type in male g-string into Google silly stuff, all the Bora does come up. I will not lie to you, but all the boys are like really, really fit and muscly looking.
It's not very nice men that aren't muscly can wear J strings. Thanks that wasn't.
Josh Janssen: [01:11:01] So do you want any call to actions at the end of the podcast?
Toni Lodge: [01:11:04] Oh, we doing that or are you wrapping me up somewhere?
Josh Janssen: [01:11:07] No, I think this is, it's been a really good time. Uh, thank you everyone for dealing with someone new. Um, I think you did a great job today.
Toni Lodge: [01:11:20] You just said, do I want to wrap it up and then you did it or no, I'm just talking. So you just said, Oh Tony, like, so we were in the, the equivalent
Josh Janssen: [01:11:31] of I could have done,
which I fucking hate. If someone picks up their keys in front of me,
Toni Lodge: [01:11:38] you're like, you're trying to get out of this conversation.
Josh Janssen: [01:11:40] I'll pick up the keys and throw it and say, I'll tell you when we're done.
Toni Lodge: [01:11:43] Um, so we're not only did you do the thing that, the only thing that I do basically, um, but. You made it about me and we're in the middle of a thought, we're talking about the J strings as well.
Yeah. I'm sorry. No, can I be honest once with Mason? I'll be honest. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [01:12:08] the posture that I've set the sort of height that I actually kind of show you how I want to sit. And so I can't
Toni Lodge: [01:12:16] talk. So come in more.
Josh Janssen: [01:12:20] Muscat BSA saw.
Toni Lodge: [01:12:22] Which hands? Your scap,
Josh Janssen: [01:12:23] the shoulder things. You
Toni Lodge: [01:12:25] shoulder blades. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [01:12:28] I was told by an osteo. I need to use one of those punching bags. That's like a bowl on the
Toni Lodge: [01:12:32] spade bag.
Yeah. Yeah. Have you done it? No. You know what? I started doing 2017 swimming.
Josh Janssen: [01:12:40] I have audio fitness. You've also being, doing like video games whilst exercising.
Toni Lodge: [01:12:47] This is great. Yeah. So I started swimming at the local pill. Your, um,
Josh Janssen: [01:12:54] the photo that you sent with you
Toni Lodge: [01:12:57] we'll actually put it on the Instagram because it's very funny.
It's so isn't it. The worst part of me
Josh Janssen: [01:13:01] I've ever seen. What sort of, was that what you were like the whole time?
Toni Lodge: [01:13:06] Yeah, I was so it's me with goggles on and assuming cap. And that's what I look like. And also, because, well, so you can get prescription goggles that I was like, I'm not going to commit to that because you know, who knows if tomorrow I don't want to do swimming anymore.
And also exactly like, I feel like it is a bit of overkill, but the whole time at the pool, as soon as I take my glasses off to like walk from the locker to get into the porns. I can't say a fucking thing. How bad? Like, how, how about like, um, it's not that bad. Yeah. I just can't focus on anything. So
Josh Janssen: [01:13:43] you actually don't need to say much.
No, it's so,
Toni Lodge: [01:13:47] excuse me. Sorry. I got so excited about the goggles. Um, Um, so it's actually not as bad as I was expecting, but so the reason that I, so I sent you that photo, so I thought it'd be really funny. We will put on the Instagram cause it's fucking atrocious. Um, I thought it was going to be really, really bad not having my glasses on, but it's actually, it's not too bad.
And the good thing is that it takes any pressure off. Cause if anybody looks at me or tries to talk to me or whatever, I can genuinely be like, well, I didn't fucking know. Cause I can't see.
Freestyle. Yep. Yep. Freestyle breaststroke. Backstroke. Yeah. Oh yeah. It does give me anxiety. When you say the flags on the roof, you're like, Oh, I gotta slow down parallel parking of swimming. Yeah. Cause you've got to be confident. You've got to really back it in literally backstroke it in. Yeah. Yeah, no, no.
I was. I'm a very confident swimmer.
Josh Janssen: [01:14:43] How do you know when it gets to the, I was very, I saw the Jason PJ video where they were swimming and I was impressed not to bring up the, your other job too much. Yeah. That's okay.
Toni Lodge: [01:14:52] They pay me,
Josh Janssen: [01:14:53] but when, when PJ did the
Toni Lodge: [01:14:57] turn Templeton. Yeah, I don't do that because by the time I get to the end, I need to have a bright
Josh Janssen: [01:15:03] path.
You spending all your energy. Yeah. Oh, like, it looks good. Yeah, it does look good. But, but like, and you could say she stopped doing it at the end because it is too fucking hard.
Toni Lodge: [01:15:12] Yeah. And also like, you've got to hold your breath for a long time while you do it as well. I was probably like three or four seconds while you're under the water.
So that just like holding your breath, breath for that long, it's just too long.
Josh Janssen: [01:15:23] Like how many sort of, what did you say?
Toni Lodge: [01:15:25] Um, I didn't actually go into the change, so I'm glad. Yeah. So there's. Tell me if this is weird, actually, because sorry about your scapula, you're gonna have to wait. Um, I'm winded. So in the, in the public pool, right?
So it's like, there's like a massive 50 meter pool and there's probably like, um, not a super wide berth around the pool, but enough for probably like three abreast people to walk down at the same time and just. Opposite that. So there's like the grand stands and then there's
Josh Janssen: [01:16:03] swinging swimming in the Olympics and we're just still recording, but that's okay.
Toni Lodge: [01:16:10] Um, so there's a grand sense, then there's a locker. The lockers are next to the pool and I just got changed there.
Josh Janssen: [01:16:18] Okay. The lockers next to the pool. So was it a changing room or nice? That's
Toni Lodge: [01:16:23] just in the pool area. Okay. So I just, so you know what I do? No, no, no. Cause that would have been, that would have been weird, but what I did was I drive myself and then put my shorts and t-shirt back on just over my wet bathers.
The thing that made me feel weird was that I obviously had to like dry myself and I had to like put the towel a lot between my legs. Do you think that's too much to do in a public
Josh Janssen: [01:16:50] area? I think like when I was a kid like being a fat kid, growing up, you get very good at knowing how to do stuff with towels.
And like when you're in the changing room, Oh,
Toni Lodge: [01:17:00] a fat kid,
Josh Janssen: [01:17:03] you just. Lunch
Toni Lodge: [01:17:06] orders. Oh, no, it wasn't that I was getting changed, but shades
I'm actually fit. Yeah. I love this. Um, but yeah, so it was the only awkward part was that I had to like towel off my giant. Yeah, that's too much. Is that too much? Is that too great? Okay. So I've got, I've got, I've still got my swimmers on, but I've got, I've got to go into the change room. You reckon
Josh Janssen: [01:17:35] the reason why I wouldn't swim.
I just like just the idea of dealing with all these people it's too much, but I think to be honest, There's going to be heaps of people saying like it's not an issue. Yeah. And so I think, so the thing is, I'd probably lean towards saying it's not an issue. Yeah. Because it's not me dealing with it, but
Toni Lodge: [01:17:55] if it was me, he'd be like confident.
Yeah. Yeah. Oh, she must be wearing supportive socks,
Josh Janssen: [01:18:01] grabbing the towel.
Toni Lodge: [01:18:06] Is this too much?
Um, Well, we've been wrapped up, not by you, but by other people in the team. And that's fine. Um, but thank you so much for listening. I hope that you didn't hate this. And if you did, as Josh's fault, um, if you would like to follow us on Instagram, you can at one trick Tony show,
Josh Janssen: [01:18:26] that was a joke. I'm not going
Toni Lodge: [01:18:27] to say you want to follow me on Instagram at tiny launch.
She posts a lot
Josh Janssen: [01:18:31] great content.
Toni Lodge: [01:18:33] Thank you. I don't think I do. No.
Josh Janssen: [01:18:36] You, you actually subconscious. Of anyone on Instagram, always sign many likes.
Toni Lodge: [01:18:43] Why check to
Josh Janssen: [01:18:44] me I'm serious. We've been through this. You actually, for a. For an account you get like for your follower to like ratio it's very high. Thank you.
Toni Lodge: [01:18:54] Well, okay. Tell me off here. Um, um, but yeah, I hope that you liked it and it was really, really amazing being back. Um, this is really well, it wasn't actually really fun. I feel like we hit our stride towards the middle, towards the end. It's always the way though. Don't you think maybe we were too uncomfortable.
Maybe we should record again tomorrow. That's what and say. All right. Well, thank you so much for listing. And, um, let me know on Instagram, who you would like the next rotating producer to be no limits because the podcast collaborators will make it happen. All right. Great. Thank you for coming. Thank you.
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