The Fish Fiasco/
- October 1, 2020
Toni chats about having a show Bingo, Schitt’s Creek and Tamagotchis, buying a new coffee machine, her recent email purge, and we hear about Parson’s obsession with finding wild salmon.
On today’s show:
- One Trick Toni Bingo
- Schitt’s Creek & Tamagotchis
- Buying a coffee machine
- An email purge
- Pason’s fish obsession
This podcast is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
Toni Lodge: [00:00:00] Hello, welcome to one-trick Tony, a podcast where you can forget about your own problems for a minute and think about mine instead, where at. Aquacide hello, welcome to this opposite episode nine and patience. Hello. Hi, super exciting. That we're almost at 10. Um, because literally, just then before we started recording, I said, Oh my God.
Right. Number 10. And I was thinking about my 10th birthday. I was in year five and my friend, Sarah Nicholson. Um, shout out. Um, she's a great girl. Um, We, she bought me a Roxy wallet, like a Velcro Roxy wallet, and it was fucking sick. Like it was the coolest while at our, I just didn't clear. Remember it was baby pink and it had Brown, um, like piping on the edge, like.
Oh, horrible. Right.
Mason Lauder: [00:01:07] And it was so bad.
Toni Lodge: [00:01:09] Like
Mason Lauder: [00:01:10] the Velcro, Velcro and bullets, man, that's gone now
Toni Lodge: [00:01:13] Velcro Wala. And it was like, yeah. And it was like that plasticky material as well. Like he was, he was thinking back, I thought at the time I thought it was awesome. And I remember like, like carrying it, like. So that people could say that it was Roxy.
Cause that was really cool. Yeah. Flexing that I had this Roxy yeah. Wallet. And I wonder if we can find it online. I wonder if it still exists. So there's like some like two thousands babies, Facebook page of like Roxy Velcro wallets, but literally it was the coolest, well that, and I remember, um, I remember her being like happy 10th birthday, like you're at double digits giving me this wallet and it was wrapped really cool.
And I just like. Oh, I just thought that she was the coolest person ever. I still think she's really cool now. Um, and she will probably not appreciate me naming her, like giving her full name out on this podcast that two people listened to. Um, but yeah, I remember being. Stoked that she like bought me this Gatos.
It was fucking sick anyway. Um, but it's it's number nine. It's not actually number 10. So I might tell that story again next week. Yeah. So if everybody can erase that from the memory and I'll let go back through that next time,
Mason Lauder: [00:02:27] we'll find it for next week. We'll have the actual wallet.
Toni Lodge: [00:02:32] Fuck off. Do you think we could find it online?
We should sit. We should.
Mason Lauder: [00:02:36] I'm sure you can. I'm sure. With a bit of Googling, we can find,
Toni Lodge: [00:02:38] we might have to see if we can buy it on eBay. Maybe we could contact Roxy. Quick silver and save like, look, you're going to need to do a special limited run of this Roxy wall at that Sarah Nicholson bolt from main year five on my 10th grade.
Um, maybe Sarah, maybe Sarah could find it. Maybe sh maybe I should hit her up and be like, Hey, where did you buy that from? Because. Is it still available? Um, do you have a good Roxy while it's sourced still? Like how how's your source finding skills because I need it for this podcast. Um, you know, and you really cared about me when we were 10.
So what's up now? Um, yeah, for next week, we're going to organize it. There's just no way you can't promise that you can't promise me that because there's just no way that it's going to happen. Hmm.
Mason Lauder: [00:03:29] I
Toni Lodge: [00:03:29] know that it's true. As much as I know that you're dedicated to this job that I don't pay you to do. Um, I just, you can't promise me that and I need you to take it back cause otherwise I'm going to get really excited.
Mason Lauder: [00:03:42] Well, we probably won't have it for next week.
Toni Lodge: [00:03:46] We haven't even tried. Um, so last week we had, um, Someone messaged in Hannah messaged in and she gave us a really good idea for an icebreaker game. Um, so for anybody that's been on this journey with us for nine episodes, thank you so much. And also you're gonna know maybe 10 next week.
Did I tell you about when I was 10? I got this Roxy. Well, yeah, you've been around for a while. Um, you will know the palava. With the Scattergories dice dice. Um, and last week we had an, we played an awesome game and I only think it was awesome because I won, I absolutely wiped the floor with you, but we'll start with our quick, um, what's it called?
Right. We didn't call it a name. I feel maybe it was on your list to come up with a name
Mason Lauder: [00:04:44] I've risked guest categories, quickfire.
Toni Lodge: [00:04:49] Oh, you're just saying words. That's sort of a nice, you just that's like if I looked at a car and said, Oh, door wheels, wind screen. Um, that's what it's called
Mason Lauder: [00:04:59] categories. Dice association game was one iteration of it.
Toni Lodge: [00:05:03] Pretty stressed association game. Okay. That sounds great. That sounds that personally, to me, it sounds like a club. Like, it sounds like an association, um, Which I haven't. I'm so sorry, everyone.
Mason Lauder: [00:05:19] Surely just rapid fire, scattered, scattered graze word association. Rapid fire.
Toni Lodge: [00:05:25] Yeah. I like that. It's long. And it's like a shit name.
Can you please write that down so that I can so that I can say that every time. Um, so we're going to give this another go. Um, so basically I've got a 20 sided multilayer dice from the Scattergories board game. Um, and it lands on a letter and we have to come up with five things, five things that start with that letter.
Um, and it can be people, places or things, any noun, uh, because last time we said it was going to be items and then, um, pacing, you said. Ford and Ferrari. So we've had, we have actually had to have that talk off air that way that it can be changed to names and things, because otherwise it is turn hard.
Apparently even though I absolutely smashed it in literally three seconds.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:17] I mean, you used to thing as well. You used to place.
Toni Lodge: [00:06:20] Yeah, I can't
Mason Lauder: [00:06:21] replace him. Perth, starting with F no. Hang on. What was your letter?
Toni Lodge: [00:06:27] I think, I think, I feel like I said, Austra, Linde. Anyway, it doesn't matter because we're starting a new one now school board.
Mason Lauder: [00:06:38] Oh, yes. Okay. Yeah, we need it. Yeah. We need a place to keep
Toni Lodge: [00:06:41] it. Yeah. Can you, can you manage that amongst your large list of tasks?
Mason Lauder: [00:06:47] Yeah, I can do that.
Toni Lodge: [00:06:47] Your litany of tasks. I had someone message saying that they liked the way that I had talked about tubs, pulverizing books last week, which I absolutely loved, and I will do more on a different podcast.
Um, but you have to pay for. Um, okay. So I went first, last time and I know I went second and I want, um, so would you like to go second or first?
Mason Lauder: [00:07:11] Okay. A second this time.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:12] Alright. Alright. I'm ready. You have to trust me. I'm rolling. The dice ES sandwiches, sausages, um, skiing, salivating string.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:23] Great. Did you time that?
Toni Lodge: [00:07:25] No, I thought you were timing it. Oh,
Mason Lauder: [00:07:29] well, I mean, you just said, you forgot to trust me on this one.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:32] Cause I was rolling the dice.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:34] Uh, okay, well, so I wasn't recording.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:36] Oh, you weren't timing?
Mason Lauder: [00:07:38] No, no, I wasn't. I wasn't timing. I was recording that.
Toni Lodge: [00:07:42] I'm recording the audio. I'm just going to scooch and see how long I talked for.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:47] I reckon it was sub five. Or just, just on fire
Toni Lodge: [00:07:52] 5.9, if the wave forms that I'm looking at a correct. Okay.
Mason Lauder: [00:07:58] All right. Well, let's go off that 5.9 and I'll record my one.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:02] Yep. Fuck. We've really got to get it together. We're going to get fired fire us, but yeah. Okay. You ready? I've got the dice. Okay. Five. Okay, Jay.
Mason Lauder: [00:08:18] Jack John Jarryd Jod jacket.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:24] It's not five fucking names. That's not the game.
Mason Lauder: [00:08:28] Can
Toni Lodge: [00:08:28] we do names?
Mason Lauder: [00:08:31] I haven't stopped. Recording
Toni Lodge: [00:08:34] keeps I'm recording. Not timing,
Mason Lauder: [00:08:36] Tommy. Yeah. Well, I'm recording the time
Toni Lodge: [00:08:39] this goes terribly. Every time and I don't know why we keep fucking the game up so bad. What is wrong with us?
Mason Lauder: [00:08:52] Yeah. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:54] Okay. Next
Mason Lauder: [00:08:58] one.
Toni Lodge: [00:08:59] Okay. Well, I fucking won because I took three seconds to do something and you took 20 years and they were all people from the Bible like that, that you don't win for that. There's just no way.
Mason Lauder: [00:09:10] Okay. Well maybe we should ban names.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:12] Okay. Let's let's do you know what we should do?
I've just come up with an amazing idea. Okay. Another amazing game in Scattergories the actual game. You get like a theme and you have to come up with one thing. Have you ever applied? The games,
Mason Lauder: [00:09:30] played the game.
Toni Lodge: [00:09:31] Okay. Well, I've got the box here and I'll open it up for an example. So you get a list. So this is list one.
I haven't organized this and it's not sponsored by the way you get a list and you get like a piece of paper. So there's 12 like categories, which is where at agrees comes from one to 12. So list one has a boy's name, CDs, things that are cold things you don't want in the house. Sports teams, insects things in a coffee bar, things you mix up.
TV shows, things found in the ocean kinds of weather and foods, kids hate. So it's like a theme. So instead of going down the list, cause we can't do that because we're not together. My idea is. Is that every week we work down this list and or we come up with our own themes, but it's a quick fire of five boys names that start with J or, and then whatever I roll, I've got a cart with five boys names that start with N
Mason Lauder: [00:10:35] yeah.
Great. No, I love that because that puts more of a premise around it. Yes.
Toni Lodge: [00:10:39] You know what? I think we've cracked it.
Mason Lauder: [00:10:42] I think we've got it.
Toni Lodge: [00:10:42] I think that that's the game. Perfect. I love that. All right.
Mason Lauder: [00:10:47] So keeping that for next week then.
Toni Lodge: [00:10:49] Yeah, we'll do that next week. We have people that are listening enough with us trying to do another game.
Um, so I re yeah, I reckon we do that next week. I think we finally figured it out. It's only taken like four weeks off something to figure that out, but I think that's been a really beautiful journey and I wouldn't change it for
Mason Lauder: [00:11:09] the world. Me too. Me too.
Toni Lodge: [00:11:13] Um, okay. Well now that, that horrible. Stuff is out of the way.
Obviously there's a little bit of housekeeping, the board game, the one trick Tony board game. It's doing my head in I'm honest.
Mason Lauder: [00:11:27] Really? Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:11:29] because last week we said, look, what can be done? Everybody's just sent in rules for monopoly. We can't do anything about that. I have had two personal friends of mine reach out.
With ideas for board games and they're both quite good. And you have, you, haven't heard that as you're hearing this for the first time. Okay. So the first one is bingo. Okay. So one trick Tony bingo. And the idea was, um, so this is from my best friend, Aiden. Um, she said that we should do bingo and it would be like, Oh, Tony, um, swears three times.
Patient gives a bad cooking tip or whatever, and it's like a big board and that would encourage people to listen in a group or you could listen, you know, so you could listen to a full episode and play a bingo board while you were listening.
Mason Lauder: [00:12:28] Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:12:29] that's actually quite a good idea. Isn't
Mason Lauder: [00:12:31] it a great idea.
Toni Lodge: [00:12:32] So you would say like, to your friends, like, Oh, you know, like say you and I paced and we're friends in real life, which we're not, we're just this hype,
um, that we were together or we were on FaceTime. We were like, Oh, let's both listen to one trick Tony at the same time. And you both had like, so we could do up the boards, like the little bingo shades, put them on our website, one chick, tiny.com and people could let download them and print them out or just like, Oh, to them, you know how you can do markup inside black Apple photos or whatever.
And people could do that with their
Mason Lauder: [00:13:09] friends. That'd be so great.
Toni Lodge: [00:13:11] I love that. It's a great idea. So that's like a, that's quite an easy one for us to throw together. I feel, um, very fun. Literally love the idea. I think it's such a good idea. Um, the other suggestion was from a friend of mine, Daniel, and he said, I've had an idea for the one trick Tony board game.
What if the currency of the board game was tricks? And because you're one trick, Tony, as you go around the board game, you have to try and get rid of all your tricks until you only have one trick left. And then you're the winner, the same kind of concept as Ono, but on a board game. Lots of fun sheet. You could probably buy with your tricks around the game board, or you could land on something that lets you donate a trick to someone else.
And they obviously don't want it because you're only supposed to have one trick at the end and you could fuck other people up because they like, cause I am too polite to say no. So you would have to then say like, Oh yeah, I'll take that trick off you, babe. Blur. All good. Um, because that's what I would do.
So that, that's his words. That's not my words. Cause I'm obviously terrible at explaining anything to do with games, but I think that's a really fun idea.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:31] I think that's great as well. It's a bit harder on the making of it. Like it needs,
Toni Lodge: [00:14:37] we have all this paper we have we've discussed how much paper I've got.
It's a lot.
Mason Lauder: [00:14:45] I mean, how much paper do you need for a board?
Toni Lodge: [00:14:49] But, I mean, he's the thing. Am I going to send people just like an ACL bit of fucking paper that I've flat, drawn Textron? That's a bit POV. Isn't it? I feel like the bingo is very doable
Mason Lauder: [00:15:03] by grade
Toni Lodge: [00:15:04] and we could like pop up a little question box on my one trick, Tony Instagram.
And say, like, what do you think are there like being what should be the life ticket ball boxes? Like what do I do every time?
Mason Lauder: [00:15:18] Well, what I think we could do is when, when we released the episodes, what we could do is we could have the great yeah. Bingo for that week. And so we release it on the Instastories and so people can then screenshot the Instastory or whatever.
Do the bingo as they're listening and then share it and tag us
Toni Lodge: [00:15:41] and then the full board.
Mason Lauder: [00:15:43] Yeah. When they've got a full
Toni Lodge: [00:15:45] I'm fucked, that's such a great idea. That could be fun. And it's like this week's bingo. Yeah. Like while you're listening, like, I love that idea. Yes. Let's do that.
Mason Lauder: [00:16:01] Cause that's, that's a, it's a great way.
Like instead you don't have to go to the website, like it's just on .
Toni Lodge: [00:16:08] Yeah. And so what we could do is like, as we are recording, you could note down things that I've done and then we'll just make up blacks because, Oh, hang on. Doesn't bingo work. When people, lots of people have different boards though.
Mason Lauder: [00:16:27] That's a good point.
Toni Lodge: [00:16:28] So we can't just post one board or not, because it's not a gap. It's not a competition. But no one's winning anything. I've already committed to sending fucking Mars bars. And let me tell you, that's why I'm walking in the park. Um, we'll get to that liner. Um, um, literally, right, so we just post it and then when people have finished their board.
Mason Lauder: [00:16:52] Yeah. Great. I love that.
Toni Lodge: [00:16:53] Thank you. You just repost it. I feel like someone's going to listen to this and see a hole in the plan. But for right now, I think that's a great idea.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:02] It's an idea.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:04] Brainstorm. Do you know what I mean? Like what the fuck do you want from us? Oh, I'm so happy with that. That's really turned my day around.
Mason Lauder: [00:17:14] I'm excited for it.
Toni Lodge: [00:17:15] I love the idea for the bingo. Well done. . Um, she's actually a very, um, so this is, uh, pants, a packet, these a little Ella. Um, she's actually a very close personal friend of mine and a very talented female Aboriginal artist. And, um, she has drawn me lots of original, um, drawings, and I'm actually going to post one on Instagram cause she's very, very talented and you can buy her art online, you know, support indigenous artists around you.
Um, Oh my God. Look at me. I'm like a fucking Samaritan. Okay. All right. Great idea. On the bingo. You've had enough air time now. Um, so of the last, like couple of weeks, have you art? Okay. Have you watched shits Creek on Netflix?
Mason Lauder: [00:18:05] So I haven't, I haven't watched. The last season I've watched, I've watched the early seasons.
Toni Lodge: [00:18:11] It's a really good shot. Right. It's so fucking funny. Like,
it's just so good. And I think as someone who, and I'm talking about me as someone who like, I would love to be a comedian or like, um, like a comedy actress, like that is something I would absolutely froth, like yeah. Like, Oh, just amazing. Like, like Kiersten wig, Kristen Wiig, Kiersten week, which have one of these, like that kind of vibe, like she does SNL and then she's like also in bridesmaids, just like slaying it, like that kind of vibe.
Like, I would love to do that. And I'm so, you know, dream big guys, because I'm telling you right now on the, what is it? The 1st of October?
Mason Lauder: [00:19:03] Yep. Yeah. Yep. Yep. It's the first
Toni Lodge: [00:19:05] year, 1st of October, 20, 20, my dreams out there because you just never know. Okay. But it's one of those shows that I watch and I'm like, I that's what I want to do.
Like I want to be that, and it's just such a good show and it absolutely claimed. Cleaned up at the Emmy's like it won like the most awards ever in the whole entire world, pop culture, knowledge, literally come down to our brain. Um, and, but, so we've been recently re watching that because I just love it so much that I could watch it.
As, as soon as it's finished, I could watch it again. Absolutely Beaumont, such great, such a great time. And if you haven't watched it shit's Creek on Netflix. It's fucking awesome. Anyway, there's this part in it where I'm like they're referring to a time that, um, Alexis. Looked up. If you've seen her, Alexis looked after David's Tammy got cheese and like killed them or something.
And it was just really funny cause it reminded me. So they go into this whole thing about how he like loved these time and got cheese and they were like adult time. I got cheese and it should have been really easy to keep them alive. And it reminded me of when I was in, I think I must have been in like, You six, I want to say he's six or seven.
How old are you in year six or seven? Like 11 or 12, 12. Um, and I had this time. I've got she. It was a blue one with like yellow buttons. Actually I bought my fucking time. Got she with Sarah Nicholson. The same girl that gave me the Roxie Weller. Oh my God. Sarah, miss you beach. Let's hang out anyway. Don't think she listens.
She's got a lot going on. She's got a dog. She's like super. I feel like, should I not keep saying her full name? You know, when you talk about people from primary school though, and you say like, Oh yeah, Joanna Griggs. Yeah. She's my best friend. Obviously. I'm not best friends with Joanna Greek. She's like quite a feminist Australian.
But you know how you do that.
Mason Lauder: [00:20:55] Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's throwback like the person you used to know,
Toni Lodge: [00:21:00] and it's also like, you want to flex your knowledge of being like, yeah, I remember that person's full name, even though it was like 15 years ago. Um, do you think I should message her and say like, Hey, I mentioned you in the podcast.
That's all good.
Mason Lauder: [00:21:18] Can you give her the heads up? It had helped with the wallet.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:23] On the wallet. Maybe I should message here anyway. She might be out of on the roll at you. Right? Um, anyway, so I got my Tamagotchi with her, but I had this time I got she, and I remember like we were allowed to take them to school, but they had to be in our trays, like under our desk.
And, um, you know, like in primary school, you've got the little tray on your desk and you put all your workloads and shit.
Mason Lauder: [00:21:44] Yeah, I miss that. That was great.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:46] Good. I wish so I'm sitting at my desk, in my home studio right now. How great would it be if I could be like, yeah, I've got a pencil and you just like yanked that open.
Mason Lauder: [00:21:56] Yeah, it would be nice.
Toni Lodge: [00:21:57] I just feel like it's a draw. He's a drawer. Yeah. It's literally a drawer. That's actually such a good point. It is just a drawer. You
Mason Lauder: [00:22:08] did forget that. You're just like, man, this is such a cool thing. And then, and then you just look at a drawer normally on a desk. I was like, ah,
Toni Lodge: [00:22:14] yeah, like I don't give a fuck about that.
They're having said that my desk doesn't have drawers. So I, I don't, it's not as if I've got drawers and I'm like, Oh, I wish I had a tray. Like you don't have either. But anyway, we had to leave out Tom, I've got cheese in our tray, so I could like feed it and stuff like at lunchtime. Or during, um, Oh, what was that thing called?
Was it called light USSR, like uninterrupted scheduled, sleep and rating or whatever it's called. Gosh,
Mason Lauder: [00:22:48] I don't think I ever
Toni Lodge: [00:22:48] had that, like after lunch time. And you have like book time or reading time or whatever.
Mason Lauder: [00:22:54] Ah, yeah, no, I think we. I don't know if it's called USSR, U S S I mean, that's the
Toni Lodge: [00:23:02] Soviet union Soviet union, but I remember thinking that it was like that song, like I'm back in the USSR, dude.
You don't know how lucky you were boy, back in USSR, dude. Do you know that song? It's a beautiful, um, USSR school. Oh no, that's just talking about Russian schools.
Mason Lauder: [00:23:23] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:23:24] Oh, Do you know what I'm talking about though?
Mason Lauder: [00:23:28] When you,
Toni Lodge: [00:23:29] you would like lay down in a dark room for like half an hour after lunchtime and you would like read a book or whatever.
Mason Lauder: [00:23:36] Yeah. Just chill out. Yeah. We just had there's other, maybe we did. I don't know, maybe we didn't do meditation.
Toni Lodge: [00:23:42] Um, it definitely wasn't meditation for us. It was literally like lay in a dark room in your sweaty body. Cause you'd been like running around playing footy at lunch or whatever. I say that like I was playing footy.
I wasn't, but anyway, but you could like check your Tamma God she's at that time. Anyway. And I remember at the sports carnival, so I would've been like year, um, year 11. I would have been 11 or 12 and I had this like. Oh, fully grown, Tom. I've got Shannon. I really didn't want it to die. And I remember teaching my mom how to use the Tamagotchi so that she could look after it on the sports kind of all day.
Cause I knew that I would just be so busy running around, but there was just no way that I'd be able to check on this time I got cheer and my mom called it her grandchild and she said, just checking on Tamar and Sheila would look after it. And I just thought that was like such a sweet memory.
Mason Lauder: [00:24:33] That's so cute.
Toni Lodge: [00:24:35] I know that we've talked about like parents getting super into hobbies before, but how funny is that? Like I've got my mom like took her role, like so seriously. She's like, I'm going to God, this Tamagotchi with my life. Like there was just no way at that time I got, she was going to die and I think I remember like, Going home and being like, mom, Mike, how's the time it got she, she was like, Oh, I took him shopping with me or whatever.
Like she'd been at work all day, which like took the time I got in with her. I'm just imagining her, like sitting at her really fancy job at her desk with like a fucking cup of soup and like checking on the time of God. She like, just like my mom's sitting there, like, Oh, just looking after my grandchild.
Like, isn't that just the sweetest thing you've ever.
Mason Lauder: [00:25:19] It's so annoying. Cause I, I missed the Tamagotchi boat, like I was too young. Yeah. And so, and it was, I think like my, like my mates, siblings, they had like Tamagotchi, but also like sea monkeys.
Toni Lodge: [00:25:36] Oh, I actually, this is a few weeks ago. I actually thought maybe we should get a show pet and we should get some sea monkeys.
Mason Lauder: [00:25:46] That would be great,
Toni Lodge: [00:25:47] but I don't know if you can get them anymore. Maybe I, ah, they just shrimp, I think like they're like those little shrimps you can
Mason Lauder: [00:25:57] I'm sure. Yeah, you can. You can't buy them.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:01] Wow. Well that's good news. Should we get a show pet or do you think.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:11] I just had a heart attack. The, if it's sea monkeys website that I'm on, it's got an automatic playing video.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:16] Oh.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:17] And it's just like a lot of noises.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:20] Love.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:22] No. That's okay. That's good. It scared the hell out of me.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:26] Imagine if that went on to our beautiful podcast and it was just like ma I'm asleep my gear.
Mason Lauder: [00:26:32] It was like bushes. It was bushes, just like sliding in the sea monkeys.
Toni Lodge: [00:26:40] I could do a sea monkeys ad. Ready? Okay. This is what I imagine. A sea monkeys ad on TV would be.
Oh, Hey kids come and get you. Same monkeys. Now you can have a pet. If mom and dad say that you can't have a dog or a cat that's okay. You can have say
Mason Lauder: [00:27:06] that is a great ad.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:07] Is that what it was like? I lost a head try and I just got so into it that my headphone like popped down my ear. It was very exciting. Um, please don't complain about the sea monkeys ad. I've we're going to get sued by moose. Is it still moose? That makes the monkeys.
Mason Lauder: [00:27:25] Yeah. I wonder who trademarked it.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:27] Well, it was. That brand moves because they had all the fucking best toys, like kinetic sand and, um, like really cool colors of knuckle bones. Like, did you ever play knuckle bones?
Mason Lauder: [00:27:40] No, but I remember what they looked like ever. I've remembered them.
Toni Lodge: [00:27:44] Little. Oh, I used to think that I was so fucking cool and also elastics.
I know that you're like a lot younger than me, but did you ever play elastics? So it was like a massive thing of, so I used to play this with my sister all the time. Um, and so it's like a big elastic band, like literally, like I'm not good at guessing meters, but I'm guessing it was like, Two meters long.
And two people would stand at like either end and the elastics would be around their feet and someone in middle would like jump across the elastics. And if you like, so it went like you'd have to do this, like funky dance with your fate and jump over the elastics. And if you touched them, you were out.
But if you passed, they would move the elastics up. Like. An inch and a half up their legs. So it was like higher that you had to jump over and I used to, Oh fuck. What was the song ms. Like, I literally used it to do it with my sister all the time. And like, so I have another sister who was not into doing things like that with us, but Libby and I.
We would play it with a chair. Like we would wrap the other end of the elastics around a chair so that we could play with only two of us. Cause you'd needed three people. Yes. It's not a very good story. But, um, I think that the song was like England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, inside, outside, inside on. And at the end you had to like land on the elastics.
Mason Lauder: [00:29:16] I don't land on them.
Toni Lodge: [00:29:17] Yeah. So like, so you would jump over and jump between them and stuff. And then the last night, like inside, outside, inside on, and you have to like land on them, but if you missed them, like, cause once they got really high, obviously it was quite hard to like step down. Yeah. Is you're not interested in this?
Mason Lauder: [00:29:37] No, no, no, no. It actually reminds me of that. Just the skipping game. You know that we, where you have like two people, one on the end of each skipping rope, and you've got like a three made of one and
Toni Lodge: [00:29:46] you just, I'm sort of skipping gamma, just skipping.
Mason Lauder: [00:29:49] Nah, it's definitely some game well sweet where people run in and skip and then run out and you've got lines of
Toni Lodge: [00:29:55] people's running.
But do you remember skipping like in the school yard? So you'd have one of those really, really long skipping ropes, one person at either end and you'd wait to run in and you'd go like this.
Mason Lauder: [00:30:05] Yeah, your timing,
Toni Lodge: [00:30:07] you would stand there with your hands and you'd like, wave them back. He'd be like, all right. All right.
Yeah. I mean, and you'd jump in and you'd have like heaps of you lined up. Oh my God. I think I want to go and buy a skid. Nope. Oh, that was so fun. But yeah, I look, I remember standing there like this, like really professional at
Mason Lauder: [00:30:27] timing
Toni Lodge: [00:30:28] and yeah. And then running in, but could you do, um, double Dutch, like where they do?
Mason Lauder: [00:30:33] Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:30:34] We always did that, like, yep.
Mason Lauder: [00:30:37] Oh yeah. I had no hope
Toni Lodge: [00:30:39] with that.
Bring it back. I reckon all of those like kid games now we're just stuck on our bloody Nintendo's now bloody I-pads and who's he? What's his and your bloody, I don't know how to sound like an old person. Um, you got your, you're taking your talks and your, um, you and you got your WAPs out and you're ready to party.
Okay. I just sounded like an idiot. I didn't really say one person. Okay. But the time I got cheese, it was. Oh, such a great memory, such a great memory. All those like kid games. I just love that shit.
Mason Lauder: [00:31:29] Oh,
Toni Lodge: [00:31:30] so good. I went like when you're little and your parents would be like, Oh, I applied with that when I was a kid, I'm like, fuck off.
Who cares? But now that's me. I'm like, Oh my God. Remember those awesome twice. Now, remember having a time of got cheer and it was like, Fake real pet that you loved and see monkeys are the same. Maybe we should get a Showtime. It got chin wake about like, you've got to look after it and then
Mason Lauder: [00:31:53] that'd be great.
Toni Lodge: [00:31:55] Yeah. I don't know if our relationship's really ready for a child
Mason Lauder: [00:32:00] now I get it.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:00] We could maybe start a Neo pet. Did you ever play Neo pets?
Mason Lauder: [00:32:03] No. Sorry. Depressing. Isn't it?
Toni Lodge: [00:32:07] Oh my God. You're so little. Oh, I need some water. That's stress me out. Oh my God,
Mason Lauder: [00:32:15] this, no, I never played this, that I just played club penguin.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:19] No, I think there was heaps of
Mason Lauder: [00:32:21] actually yeah, there was at the end. Yeah,
Toni Lodge: [00:32:23] not good. Not good. Not good.
Mason Lauder: [00:32:26] It was a great game though.
Toni Lodge: [00:32:27] Yeah. And I think I might've missed club penguin by a little bit and probably for the best. Cause I know that the, the, the online community of club penguin isn't. Isn't right. Yeah.
Yep. But these things happen. These things happen well, they shouldn't, but they do. Um, anyway off club penguin. Um, you might've seen the other day, I'm really excited to tell you about this. Um, I was talking on Instagram about getting a coffee machine. So everyone freaked out and they're like, how are you living without a coffee machine?
We have a coffee machine. It's a pod one. And the pole. That's the one that we've, it's a Lavazza. So it's not the classic Nespresso. So the pods are like a different shape and they're like, they're really, they're really expensive. And they're like quite hard to find and stuff like that. So I was just like, Aw, maybe we should get an espresso machine.
Cause I feel like, you know how you can buy like the generic pods, like from Kohl's and stuff. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Mason Lauder: [00:33:28] They fit in the Nespresso. Like the,
Toni Lodge: [00:33:30] yeah. Yeah. So they're like that like long shape, but ours is like a wide disc. Hmm. What can you say that? Why disk like that? Um, anyway, so we were like, Oh, maybe we should get an espresso machine.
And I looked at Nespresso machines as in like Nespresso, like the normal pods. Yeah. And do you, do you have a Nespresso machine? No. Oh my God. You're so rich. Your parents probably just have a fucking barista. Okay. No. So, um, So the Nespresso machines that you can get now, the milk is like plumbed in. So it used could be that there was like a separate froth at the back, but the milk is now like plumbed in which just freaks me out because I'm super lazy.
And I know, but I'll use it. And then the milk will go grows and you won't be able to clean it or be like super stinky. So I was like, I don't want one with the, where the milk is like part like. In a canister, like in the, you know what I mean? Like in the machine.
Mason Lauder: [00:34:35] So you have to, so it's not using your, you're having to buy a container of milk to go in there.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:41] No. Nice
Mason Lauder: [00:34:43] pouring milk into a cat.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:44] Yeah, but you pour your milk into the machine.
Mason Lauder: [00:34:47] Sure.
Toni Lodge: [00:34:48] Okay. I know. So like, so it's your milk, but it would be that like, so if you pressed like that you want a cappuccino, it would like plumb up the milk into the thing and do it all itself. Instead of it being like a separate Fafa.
And I was like, that's just going to get really stinky and really dirty and like fart and. Tobes doesn't really drink milk, but, and I only have milk on like, The weekends sometimes I'll have like a naughty coffee with cow milk in it, but I generally only drink almond milk. Um, and fuck, anyway, it doesn't matter what fucking milk I drink anyway.
So I was like, Oh, this, this bread suck. They were like, Tony, shut up. I do not give a fuck looking at all of these coffee machines. And I was like, nah, they're not right. And then I thought, what if we went for a potluck version? Better for the environment. Um, we can get whatever beans or grounds we want and, you know, just like delicious because it's like a proper thing.
Anyway. So I was looking online. I ended up deciding on this one, it's called the Bambino, plus I think it is. And it's like quite narrow, like it's quite small. Um, and you, and it's got like a Porter filter thing in it, so it doesn't have pods. You just like click the thing, like a barista, like it's an actual espresso machine.
Yeah. And anyway, I mean, are you looking at it right now?
Mason Lauder: [00:36:20] I'm looking at,
Toni Lodge: [00:36:20] it looks really fucking cool. Hey, it looks great. Yeah. It looks literally amazing sells looking around online and I ended up ordering. I was like, yeah, I want to get that. And we also needed to get a grind up. So this particular machine doesn't have a grinder attached and we needed to get a grinder as well.
Anyway, I was looking online and so there's like a really famous coffee place in Melbourne called st. Ali. It's in South Melbourne and, um, I like came across their website, obviously I've heard of them. And because at the moment they've actually, re-purposed like all of their facilities to make masks and hand sanitizer and stuff like that.
Like during the pandemic, which is super fucking cool. Um, and they're selling lots of stuff online. Um, and I came across, I think, and they do this fee subscription. Right. Is so cool. So instead of paying for the machine outright, which is like, However much it is. And also, I don't want to say, cause I know that everyone's going to judge me for buying like a super bushwa fucking coffee machine, but you pay $85 a month for a year and you get the machine and a kilo of coffee beans a month.
Oh, great. Isn't that like the best deal you've ever fucking heard.
Mason Lauder: [00:37:40] That's so handy.
Toni Lodge: [00:37:42] Yeah. So at the end of it, it's like you end up paying like a thousand bucks over a year, mind you, you pay like a thousand dollars and you end up with all this coffee. So, but the way that it works out is that you get the coffee machine and all that coffee.
Two of the bags of coffee are free and the bags of coffee and normally like $65 on their own or something. So it's like, Way more bougie than we would normally do, but I was like help a small business during this trying time down here in Melbourne, you know, everything yeah. Shop. They can't make any money.
And they also had a grinder that we liked the look of. So we ordered a grinder from there and I was like, and it's in South Melbourne. So it's, so this was on Sunday. So on Monday, I was like, that's going to come today. Mike, I'm going to get that this week and having my hot little hands, a beautiful fucking coffee machine on Monday, the fight for faith fateful day.
I get this email. From st. Ali saying that the, I actually have the email in front of me. Hi Tony. Just emailing to let you know, we currently have a bit of a back order of a seven to 10 day wait on the Bambino machines being sent out. As soon as they arrive, we can express, post it to you and we'll give you contact details and tracking and everything.
And I was like, um, no, I like, and I had talked about the. How excited. I was about getting the, um, coffee machine to everybody at work. And I was like really pumped about it. Like I'd, I'd told everybody, cause I was so excited. And then, um, I found out that like, I'm not going to be able to get this coffee machine this week.
Like. Which is so first of all problems, but at the moment, there's just really not that much to look forward to. And when you know that you've got a package on the way, it just makes things like a little bit forward to having a new toy. I was like something for me to like, practice and do, and right. So here's the exciting bit.
So the coffee machine it's fucking coming. It'll get here when it gets here. At the bottom of the email that said like Tony, I'm so sorry. Like you cover, machine's not coming bitch. You have to wait at the bottom PS. Huge fan of your podcast. Never fails to put a daily smile on my face.
Mason Lauder: [00:40:06] Really.
Toni Lodge: [00:40:07] Literally. I know isn't that the best thing you've ever heard?
Mason Lauder: [00:40:12] That's so great.
Toni Lodge: [00:40:14] And then I forgot all about the comb machine. Now. I was just so excited that someone knew who I was and that I love the podcasts that I listen. And thank you, Kaylee. I am a huge fan. Of you as well. Isn't that the coolest thing you've ever
Mason Lauder: [00:40:27] been famous?
That's so cool.
Toni Lodge: [00:40:34] And I was like, well, I'm always nice to people, but now make sure I'm extra nice. And I emailed back and I was like, Oh, Bama. That's okay. Like, don't worry about it. Not your fault. Thank you so much for listening now. I like so kind of you, and she sent like a really sweet email back, but isn't that so lovely and also super exciting like that literally just like.
Put a pen in my step. Like I've been happy all week since that.
Mason Lauder: [00:40:55] That's so cool.
Toni Lodge: [00:40:57] Yeah. She didn't know that bad story that we shouldn't leave in the podcast. I feel like is that night, sorry. I was just really excited.
Mason Lauder: [00:41:06] No, that is so cool.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:07] Just
Mason Lauder: [00:41:09] so random.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:10] Like I just couldn't, I just couldn't believe it.
Mason Lauder: [00:41:15] They go, well, imagine when you're really famous,
Toni Lodge: [00:41:19] what's that like?
Mason Lauder: [00:41:20] I dunno, probably for
Toni Lodge: [00:41:22] probably better than just that, but, you know, I just, I could not believe that. And I thought how sweet someone has, is do, like she's doing her job. She's like tapping away emails. I probably got a heap of waters and she's got a lot tell all these people that they have to wait for this stuff.
And she took the time to be like, bitch, I love you. And I was like, let's be friends. You know what, maybe I'll message her and be like, do you want to hang out? Do you want to hang out with me? I feel like that would be really fun.
Mason Lauder: [00:41:52] You can have coffee lessons.
Toni Lodge: [00:41:53] I could make her a coffee and be like, Hey Kaylee, do you want a coffee?
It's going to be delicious if she wanted, if she wanted, I don't know. She, she might not, she works at like a, an amazing coffee place. So she, yeah, you might not care about me making her coffee.
Mason Lauder: [00:42:13] Well, it's a gesture.
Toni Lodge: [00:42:17] Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well anyway, thank you so much, Kaylee, for, for saying that. Cause it made me feel so much better, even amongst the heartbreak of me not getting my coffee machine straightaway, which is not a big deal.
Very exciting, super exciting. Just super fucking cool. Super fucking cool. Um, except it was obviously that. We've talked about this before I enter a lot of competitions and I always have a lot of emails. And I did a big purge recently. Like I unsubscribed to heaps of shit because I was just sick of it. I was just getting so many emails all the time, all the time, all the time.
And then, so I did a huge purge, but they've creeped back up again. I've subsequently yet because I've entered another 50 competitions. I know you look so disappointed, right? I'm really, really sorry. But yeah, there's a lot of emails in there. So Kaylee, her email could have been easily missed. Because I'm not a good person.
Mason Lauder: [00:43:20] Would you just what you need here? This is what you need. You need your own competition, email set up. You could, you could do it. You could do a couple ways. You could create your own another separate email or what you could have is. The specific email, like an, almost an alias of your email that directs any email that comes to that email into a box in your email client.
Toni Lodge: [00:43:50] So clever, like Tony lodge comps or something. Yeah, Bob. Okay. So if you were working at a company and you were going through all the entries and you saw an email that said Tony lodge comps at J Mau, you're not going to pick me as the winner.
Mason Lauder: [00:44:07] You're just going to make it. Tony lodge private.
Toni Lodge: [00:44:13] That sounds like I'm getting horns sent to me.
Personal. What about, um,
Mason Lauder: [00:44:22] Sacred
Toni Lodge: [00:44:24] secret email at dot doc. I wonder if that's available. I just want to set that up because it's really fun. Tiny, legit sacred email at J map.
Oh my God. No, do we, because obviously I have an email address and it's high at one trick. tony.com.
Mason Lauder: [00:44:47] Yep.
Toni Lodge: [00:44:48] Can we sign an email that's comps at one trick, tony.com. Can I use a one trick Tony email?
Mason Lauder: [00:44:54] Yeah, we can do, we can do concert one through tony.com.
Toni Lodge: [00:44:57] Every time I enter a competition, every time I enter a competition who could go to the work email, and then I don't have to fucking worry about it,
Mason Lauder: [00:45:05] but
Toni Lodge: [00:45:06] yeah, but you can monitor it right here.
It's a great idea. So pacing, you can monitor it and then if I win anything, you can just let me know. Okay. I think that's like it is.
Mason Lauder: [00:45:17] Yeah, it is the job of a PA. So it does fit under my description.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:21] I feel like that fits under your unpaid job. I think that's great. I think that's what we should do.
Mason Lauder: [00:45:28] We can do that.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:29] That's actually, Oh, we're full of ideas today. The bingo, the new Scattergories quickfire association game game. Um,
Mason Lauder: [00:45:42] was that's about it. Yeah.
Toni Lodge: [00:45:47] Aye. Aye. Some days are good days for ideas and some days are bad days for ideas. And today was a good day for ideas. Um, Oh my God. Have we been going for a really long time? It's so hard to tell the time. Just bye. Oh, you know, I think rap probably like 50 minutes. We can keep going. Yeah. I mean, you don't have to keep listening.
That's like, that's not, that's not polite, but you know, it's also not polite. You stopping fucking listening right now because I said that we'd be going for a long time. That's not fair. So I'm going to keep going. Because it's my podcast. And I get
Mason Lauder: [00:46:28] to decide who gets to tell you the sub set, recording.
Toni Lodge: [00:46:32] Love that for us. Thank you. Um, we'll you could actually, um, so I know that we always take the piece out of your. Cooking tips. And I, we have like, we have this show white board online, right? Where we both write our ideas is, and this isn't for you pacing. And this is a secret between me and all my friends.
I looked at the scheduling document and patient has written segments. Payson's cooking tips. Right. And he's actually got one for this week. Unsolicited, totally unsolicited. Now Juan said that you could bring a cooking tip, but he's, I need. Everybody to be really kind and really plot for the next couple of minutes, because Payson's gone on the fucking Quicken, Tim.
Now we all the greater way would love to hear your cooking tip. If you've got one for this week, I know you're not prepared. I know you haven't
Mason Lauder: [00:47:40] well, I mean, I did so that little. Thing that I put in was just for testing and now the cooking tip.
Toni Lodge: [00:47:49] Okay. So apparently it's a test, but the thing that it said there was very specific and it said sourcing better eggs or something.
Mason Lauder: [00:47:56] Oh, okay. Okay. What I can now, I guess it does,
Toni Lodge: [00:48:01] right in the thing you said that this is going to be a cooking tip.
Mason Lauder: [00:48:05] There's a couple,
Toni Lodge: [00:48:06] so you can have one.
Mason Lauder: [00:48:09] Okay, well, do I go fish or chicken?
Toni Lodge: [00:48:12] Oh fuck. Can I just flip a coin and hope that it explodes and kills
Mason Lauder: [00:48:18] me? They both should
Toni Lodge: [00:48:21] not go the eggs.
Mason Lauder: [00:48:22] Okay. Well, so I mean,
Toni Lodge: [00:48:26] yeah,
Mason Lauder: [00:48:28] I feel like the fish is struggling.
Toni Lodge: [00:48:29] Oh, okay. If you feel, if you
Mason Lauder: [00:48:33] feel all the, all the egg thing, I mean that egg one was a test of fish was the actual one, but on the eggs I was actually looking. So the place that I get my eggs from, which is calls, but there's a Sonny farms. It might be, there's actually a, um, Camera on their website that allows you to look at the chapter chickens.
And so someone's actually, the funny thing is someone's actually controlling it and like panning and zooming. So you're just watching them run across the screen, which is cool. The other, the other one
Toni Lodge: [00:49:05] I was thinking. Yeah,
Mason Lauder: [00:49:06] just,
Toni Lodge: [00:49:07] yeah, just very quickly.
Mason Lauder: [00:49:09] Um, I was, I was talking to. I want to find a good fish supplier.
And I was, I was talking to a bunch of fish shops around no, been trying to find a stray salmon. It's very hard to find Australian wild salmon. And anyway, so they recommended that I download an app that tells me the status of Australian fish stocks. And so it gives you a little bar. Against the fish that you're looking for to tell you how much we have in Australia and where you can find it.
Toni Lodge: [00:49:42] What's the app called? Give it a plug.
Mason Lauder: [00:49:44] It's called SAFT, S a F S. And it just, it looks like that. So you've
Toni Lodge: [00:49:51] got a little bar,
Mason Lauder: [00:49:53] you've got a little bar next to the fish and you can click on it. Uh, and when it loads you can go in and you can see like where it's from, like wi or Eastern Australia. So it gives you a map of all the fisheries.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:05] and then can you look at the distributors that you can actually get the fish
Mason Lauder: [00:50:09] from? I know. That's where it's lacking.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:14] So you can't like it's you, you can't then find some way to buy it,
Mason Lauder: [00:50:19] unfortunately. No, no.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:21] What's the point then?
Mason Lauder: [00:50:23] Well, I guess, so this is what my question was to the bloke. Cause I'm just like, well, I don't need to know in the Fisher and stock, I just need to know if you have them and I can, if I can buy them.
And so this determines if they have them stop. So
Toni Lodge: [00:50:37] no, but he doesn't, he doesn't actually say whether it will be stocked. It just said whether it's available in the country.
Mason Lauder: [00:50:43] Yeah. If there are good fish levels, fish, stock levels, then it will be hopefully available in markets and stuff.
Toni Lodge: [00:50:51] Do you want to hear a fun fact?
Yeah. I used to be a fish monger. Did you,
Mason Lauder: [00:50:56] do you know where I can get wild Australian salmon?
Toni Lodge: [00:50:58] No. Oh, no.
Mason Lauder: [00:51:00] What did you do?
Toni Lodge: [00:51:01] I was a fishmonger, like I worked in a fish market.
Mason Lauder: [00:51:05] Oh really?
Toni Lodge: [00:51:05] Yeah. I was, um, it was when I was 17. I worked at this place. It's in NWA. It's like very famous Greek family called Kayla's. Um, and they've got like restaurants and fish markets and they distribute to like Coles and stuff.
I don't know if they do it over here. I think it's all WWI, but, um, it's so Kayla's they have like Pearl farms. And also like fisheries. Um, so like all their boats go out and they either like boat for pearls or boat for fish. And I used to work at the fish market. I live next to a really fancy restaurant.
So you could like buy fish at market price and we would like scale and gut it and fill it at for you fresh. And then you could take it up to the restaurant. That's great. Yeah. But I used to, like, we used to like start really early. And throw the fish around and decide all the prices and like, yes, Skylin got fish.
And like, I absolutely was so disgusting and I didn't have my license time and where I grew up in Raleigh stone. So I was still living with my mom and dad. Um, and I didn't have my license, so I had to catch it, the train all the way to late levels. So anyone from Perth, I caught the train from Rollie stone till late arrival, which has like.
Um, a Boston, two trains, and I would have to start in Leederville often at six o'clock in the morning. So I would wake up at four and my dad would drive me to the train station and then I would catch two trains to work and then walk the rest of the way. Hm, but, um, but yeah, it was so much fun. You'd like going there, you all like wore gumboots and, um, I made like really good friends working there.
It was heaps of fun. It was really, really good. But so I used to know a lot about fear.
Yeah. I mean, when you it's like a muscle, you know, like if you exercise it all the time, you know, but I don't need to think about fish a lot. I mean now I wish I knew more, um, for this exact conversation, but like, yeah. I've
Mason Lauder: [00:53:12] yeah, yeah. I mean, I thought about fish all Sunday, so,
Toni Lodge: [00:53:16] well, you should have messaged me.
I might've been out sure. That the, um, I'm pretty sure that the salmon at the Cole's deli. Oh, that might be farmed. Actually.
Mason Lauder: [00:53:31] It is fine. Yeah. I see. I've been through all of this. I've been through like all the ones that calls and they're
Toni Lodge: [00:53:37] all Tasmania. Oh, it's all Australian, but yeah, I think it's farmed.
Yeah. Um, I hate to give this any more action than an oxygen than it deserves, but what actually is the difference between like, is it an ethical reason that you would rather buy wilds rather than farmed?
Mason Lauder: [00:53:58] Yeah. I mean, I just, I just feel like if I'm, if I want to get into eating fish.
Toni Lodge: [00:54:03] Yeah. I love fish.
Mason Lauder: [00:54:05] Yeah.
And so, like, I just want to have a good, if I'm going to go find like a, a place to buy it, I want it to be. Good.
Toni Lodge: [00:54:14] That's be nice
Mason Lauder: [00:54:14] ethical
Toni Lodge: [00:54:15] system, mum and dad buying. They're probably buy your fucking fish farm. If you ask them, we had a nice salmon on Sunday night, actually we did. Oh, this is delicious. We did like a big COOs course and roasted some capsicum, some beetroot and some sweet potato.
Put that through the couscous and then just like seed some salmon. And put, pop that on the top. It was absolutely divine. It was really
Mason Lauder: [00:54:44] good.
Toni Lodge: [00:54:44] Yeah. That was fucking good dinner actually. Oh, that was a really good dinner obviously though. Fucking farmed salmon. If you can believe it. Tastes the same
Mason Lauder: [00:55:01] probably does taste the same.
Toni Lodge: [00:55:02] No, I appreciate that. Um, I feel like we've just talked about the cooking tips for a long time. I wasn't even going to let you go.
Mason Lauder: [00:55:09] No, you have a lot of oxygen to that.
Toni Lodge: [00:55:12] I've I've given that way too much. And now every week, or do you naturally fucked me off recently?
Mason Lauder: [00:55:17] Oh, here we go.
Toni Lodge: [00:55:19] I. Get at least one message a day to my personal Instagram.
What's Payson's Instagram, right? Because all these girls think that you sound really hot and they're messaging me and saying, can you tell him? And I am sick of it. I'm sick of it. So I followed. You on the one trick Tony Instagram page so that people would look at that. And then. Hopefully find you rather than asking me because people shouldn't be worried about you.
I'm not going to say it again. It's my podcast, my patient's podcast. You can do whatever you fucking want. Talk about all the fish. Talk about fish until you blow in the fucking face. Don't care. Wow, I'm kidding obviously, but if anyone else asks, I'm going to snap my glasses in half so that I can't write any more messages.
I do have another pair, but though these ones will be broken. Um, no, thank you. I don't want that. Um, no, and I'm not actually gonna say your Instagram handle in here because it has something to do with a different podcast, which makes me really salty, salty, like a farmed fish.
Mason Lauder: [00:56:43] Wild ones, a salty too. I believe.
Toni Lodge: [00:56:52] A lot of, we
Mason Lauder: [00:56:53] do a fishy, fishy show.
Toni Lodge: [00:56:57] I feel that we can't post these podcasts. And I know that every time I say that I paused a neighbor, I guess it's funny, but Oh, that's really. That's that's hit rock bottom. I reckon as talking about the fish stuff. And then me just then saying that I was going to snap my glass.
Another person said that they want to do Instagram handle and then the salty fish. Oh, well, you know what I feel like we have to call up there. I don't think, I just don't think that there's any way that this is going to get better. It certainly can't get worse. Um, so. I'm gonna,
I'm gonna try
Mason Lauder: [00:57:41] to segue out of it.
Toni Lodge: [00:57:42] I literally can't like, I'm looking at my notes here and I'm thinking like, yeah, can I get into that from here? And there's just no way. So we're just going to leave it, I reckon. And we can talk about that next week. It's just not. That is
Mason Lauder: [00:57:57] a banning fish contest,
Toni Lodge: [00:58:01] but we've peaked here and I feel like there's just no rules at this can go.
Um, so thank you so much for listening. Um, you can find us on Instagram at one trick. Tony show on Instagram or my personal Instagram is at Tony lodge or Payson's Instagram is at mr. 97 or one word. Um, at, and you can email us high at one trick Tony show, and next week we'll set up a prompts
Mason Lauder: [00:58:28] on the comps.
One just quickly. What if people enter them for us? I guess legally, like it's probably, that's not bad idea. Bad idea. I was about to say we could probably double the amount of competition about getting entered into.
Toni Lodge: [00:58:39] Do you reckon that other people could write my name and then my email?
Mason Lauder: [00:58:44] That would be good.
Toni Lodge: [00:58:45] Just look into that. Oh my God. Oh my God. Actually, no, we can't leave it there because the reviews. Oh, the reviews. Okay. So last week I introduced a fun new game, um, because it's not a game, I'm not going to call it a game because my games were as tendership. This is just a fun little thing. So last week I read out three, um, really sweet reviews that were left on the podcast.
So. If you're listening inside Apple podcast, there's a little spot where you can write the podcast and leave a little review and we read three out. And, um, I said that if you heard your review being read out that you could message me on Instagram and I would send you a fun size MozBar and pace and replied.
Cool. That that was, that was his feedback. He, he said, Oh, cool, cool. And I thought it was really fucking cool idea, but he hated it. Anyway, two of the three people got back to me and I have to go to the post office and figure out how to send a MozBar in the mail. That's fine. I'll figure that out. I can, I can figure that out, Bob.
So I thought we'd read a couple more. Um, and if you hear your review message me on Instagram and I will send you a fun size MozBar and, um, and if you would like the chance for us to raise your review out, it doesn't really mean anything. I'll be honest. Nothing probably is going to come of it apart from the Mazda, but if you would like your view to be read out, and also if you want me to be even more famous and Kaylee from st.
Ali. Figuring out who I was like loving the podcast and the coffee machine, you know, the pullover of that, you know, you could contribute to that. Um, so I've got a delicious new review. Delicious. I'm still on the fish. That's a real energy to the
Mason Lauder: [01:00:31] podcast at all.
Toni Lodge: [01:00:32] Yeah, it's really fucked it. Okay. So this it's from jazzy, Bonnie.
I'm a hundred percent worthy. Wow. I can't wait for Thursdays to hear this weekly update. Must listen. Be warned that you might laugh too much and almost sweat yourself listening to this podcast. Five out of five stars. Oh, thank you. That's so sweet. So if that's you, you can message me on it. Alright. Um, there's some more here.
Hang on. Oh, this rev R I'll save that one for last, actually. Okay. This one is from Annie three three three four, two, three too many numbers. Okay. I'm imagining Tony is my new best friend.
Listening to this podcast is one of my favorite things each week. And just like she imagined her imagines herself as Zoe foster Blake's BFF. I'm doing the same, but with Tony, she's funny, open and honest, and I hope she becomes famous from this. Oh my God. Any three-three 43 or. Bless you that's actually, that's why not?
You're never that nice to me. You've never said that you want to be my best friend.
Mason Lauder: [01:01:53] I wouldn't be a BFF.
Toni Lodge: [01:01:55] Okay. Let's chat. Let's chat after this. It's this
Mason Lauder: [01:01:59] no time.
Toni Lodge: [01:02:01] Exactly. Right. I don't want people knowing the dynamic between the two of us. We discussed a trial today, so, okay. And this is the last one. One trick.
Tony lover is the, is the name, which. Um, I love that the funniest podcast around funny and most random podcasts, I've obviously already heard the fucking fish, funny emotion, funny and most random podcast out, which gets better. Each episode love the random conversations, stories and games always gets me in a good mood, smiley face, emoji five out of five styles.
Thank you. So if that's you, so if you're jazzy, Bonnie, one trick, Tony lover, or any three, three, three, four, two, three, um, message. My Instagram. And if you're listening, obviously you wouldn't be able to message me if you weren't listening. Cause you wouldn't know, but if I've read out your review message me and I'll send you a fun size MozBar and this proof of life, can you hear them?
That's them. That's the actual Mars bars. I know, and if it was COVID safe, I'd probably lick Tron before sending it to you. But I can't, um, maybe when we reached covert normal, I'll look them all, but I can't do that amendment that's. That would just be. Inappropriate. I forgot the word inappropriate. Okay. So if you heard your review, you can message me at Tony lodge on Instagram or at one trick Tony show on Instagram, and you can email us email@example.com and you can send us mail PO box 400 Abbotsford three one two seven.
Mason Lauder: [01:03:33] Three Oh, six, seven habits for three or six, seven every week.
Toni Lodge: [01:03:41] Wait that time. Did you hear the confidence that I had that time though? I was like,
Mason Lauder: [01:03:46] I've got it.
Toni Lodge: [01:03:48] Fuck. Okay. You know what? I'm signing off. That's enough for today. Thank you so much for listening. There's no way you got this far. I'm sorry about the fish chat.
Mason Lauder: [01:03:58] if you do have a supply though.
Toni Lodge: [01:04:00] No, no, we're not doing that. Okay. Love you. Bye. Fucking feet.