A Life Update/
- October 27, 2020
Tully chats about her birthday in lockdown, what she got up to and how her house was turned into a florist. Tully and Jess give an update on how their online dating is going and begin to plan a Too Much Tully speed dating event for the future. They also talk about the recent Big Brother pap shots and how vegetables grow.
On today’s episode:
- Tully updates us on her birthday in lockdown
- Tully and Jess update on their online dating
- Big Brother pap shots
- How vegetables grow
- Jess’ Bridget Jones moment
This podcast is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
Tully Smyth: [00:00:00] Hello, and welcome to episode 15, have too much Tali guys. We're going to be honest. We really just wanted to talk shit for once. Sometimes have a favorite part of the show is that little bit at the beginning with Jess and I just catch up each other's lives. Talk some smack Babylon until we remember that we actually have a show to do.
And the other day we asked you guys at too much telly on Instagram, what your favorite episodes were and. Surprisingly a lot of you said that you disliked episodes where it's just Jess and I, you know, shooting the shit. So we thought, you know what, it's been a slow week for me, as we know it was my birthday on Sunday.
Um, I was pretty dusty, uh, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, which is what happens when you're 33, hang over his last three days. Uh, I'm actually not even drinking today. I've got a sparkling water. That's how slow this week's been. So we thought let's just keep this one. Loosey goosey, light, fun, and fluffy. Jess you're here.
Hello. How are you going? You're still a bit snotty. I know
Jess Lucas: [00:00:57] it's just high fever. I think with the sorrows,
Tully Smyth: [00:00:59] you haven't managed to shake that over the week.
Jess Lucas: [00:01:02] Nope. All right.
Tully Smyth: [00:01:03] Well, not drinking either. I know it's going to be a sober seven episode, but I'm sure it'll be justified. All right, let's get into it. So, as I said, it was my birthday on Sunday, uh, I was very, very spoiled.
I was so spoiled. I actually felt so loved and so special. I had flowers sent in from all over the country, including from the lovely guys at big media group, which was so sweet.
Jess Lucas: [00:01:29] Your house is a little flourish. Now
Tully Smyth: [00:01:30] it seriously is you got look, I can say the ones that just two bunches, there are like 10 bunches around my house, including my bedroom and in my bathroom.
Cause you run out of space. Um, yeah, the deliveries coming cards and flowers and people sending little cakes and champagne. I truly, I was really, he apprehensive about it and I was feeling really down about it all week, but I did not sweat, sweat off my face all Sunday.
Jess Lucas: [00:01:54] Um,
Tully Smyth: [00:01:55] I had to having a really nice time, my beautiful housemate paid, uh, uh, had organized, um, a delicious, so weird.
She'd already organized it, but a couple of days prior to my birthday, I'd said to her, do you know what I really miss during, you know, COVID and lockdown and stuff. Cause you can order, you know, I think, um, so many restaurants have been incredible, especially obviously we here in Melbourne, so I'm getting my favorite restaurants have been so amazing.
Yeah. Pivoting their business model and, and, you know, figuring out, okay, how can we stay open? How can we keep, you know, giving you guys the food that you love, some of these sort of. Top restaurants that have never been available to us for delivery or, you know, Uber eats before and now suddenly, you know, you can have chin, chin, you can have super normal, you can have all these places that you've been able to eat and also cook it yourself, which is super exciting.
Yeah. So it comes kind of, semi-pro prepared, um, in like vacuum sealed pack. So it's like half corpse. You have to finish it off. We have to just plate it, which is kind of fun. Um, and I had said a couple of days prior to my birthday, that what I really missed though, it was like, Fresh seafood, like, you know, going to a restaurant and ordering like a seafood plateau or getting like oysters and then some love star or, you know what I mean?
Like just an abundance of fresh seafood, um, which, you know, it's not something you really usually think about ordering. Do your house?
Jess Lucas: [00:03:13] No, it's not. It's one of those ones, so I don't eat seafood. Right. But one of my dreams in life, I know I'm a child.
Tully Smyth: [00:03:19] What is wrong with you? I've tried it. I've, it's yucky in your mouth.
Like you, all those people,
Jess Lucas: [00:03:24] it's just like the fact that you have to like crack a shell and like, it's just, you have to fumble it. So I just want through, it's easy, you know, you're like pick up a pizza slice and just. Oh,
Tully Smyth: [00:03:33] okay. So you really uncultured. That's what I'm hearing.
Jess Lucas: [00:03:36] Cause the thing is like my parents eat it, but
Tully Smyth: [00:03:39] you don't Bendigo because you have fucking Bendigo damn.
Jess Lucas: [00:03:45] Yeah, we get yabbies from the dam.
Tully Smyth: [00:03:46] Okay. Yeah. These are actually delicious. It's definitely
Jess Lucas: [00:03:50] my dream in life is to go see it at a nice restaurant along the beach and have a safer towel. I have, they place it on the ice and stuff,
Tully Smyth: [00:03:58] but you don't see food. I know, but
Jess Lucas: [00:04:00] that's a dream because I want to be at ADA and I try it every time someone has a prawn or something, I will try it.
I just cannot get past. And like the final you have to deep poo, like, what is that pre string about? Like it's fucking disgusting
Tully Smyth: [00:04:14] shells. Um, anyway, so I mentioned that in passing and I had known, but she'd already organized a delicious, fresh seafood platter from the Atlantic via Providore to be delivered on Sunday.
So we had, we lit, I got my fresh seafood, which was so exciting and amazing. Um, and I joined in the, Oh my God. I mean, to be completely Frank with you. By the time we ate the seafood, I had probably drunk. I'm going to say six bottles of champagne. Nice. Maybe, maybe our recycling bin is just bottles. Um, but yeah, I hadn't really had a really, really fun night.
Um, Definitely dusty Monday, definitely useless Monday. I also guys, if I, we usually record the episodes on a Wednesday morning, we are recording this episode on a Thursday morning. And that is because I requested that we push it back a day so I could get my hair done.
Jess Lucas: [00:05:06] I know. And so. Tele is looking like an absolute babe, 10 out of 10, and I've still got my strings of hair that are split ends are pretty much empty.
Tully Smyth: [00:05:16] I would kill for your hair. Your hair is long and luscious and healthy my hair. It's I mean, you guys would know if you're a blonde being a blonde is hard work. It takes so long to do. And I was there for six hours yesterday, six hours. It takes forever. It's so expensive. It's high maintenance. You know, because it's so draining on your hair, you have to buy all the extra sort of like serums and treatments and mosques and special conditioners and toners and you know, all sorts of purple shampoo.
And it's, it's so expensive, but I am basically long story short I've I pushed my hair too far. Um, You know, probably a year ago now I wanted to be really, really white blonde. Um, and it just resulted in a bit of a mullet situation. So I finally succumbed in a grade to get a couple of extensions, to help even it out.
And then as is the case. Cause I've always wanted really long hair, but it's really hard. You basically, my hairdresser, my hitters are amazing. They're absolutely amazing. They put up with so much shit for me, the guys at rock, but Interac, I love you guys. You'll you'll literal angels. My port head. Is that a sit me down while back now.
And they're like, Holly, you can either be really white blonde or you can have long hair. And I was like, no, no, no, no, no. I want really white blonde, long hair. And they're like, no, that's not how it works. If you like that
Jess Lucas: [00:06:38] little Mexican girl, why don't have
Tully Smyth: [00:06:39] both, why don't we have both. They basically, I've sort of had to slowly come to terms with the fact that I made, they're going to have to be sort of like a darker honey blonde and have.
Longer hair or if I really want to get that white blonde it's, it's just, it's so hard to keep long and healthy. I think
Jess Lucas: [00:06:56] you would say that you should go shorter and really white blonde.
Tully Smyth: [00:06:59] I think you'd look great. Well, I've only just started. So basically I got two rows of extensions in and I had this mermaid long hair.
I loved it so much. But I'm a tomboy, as we know, like I'm such a tomboy, I'm so low maintenance and extensions are so high maintenance. First of all, the minute they're wet, they weigh about 20 kgs head. So I'm in the shower trying to hold my neck up while I wash them. Yeah. Then to draw them takes three and a half hours then to style them takes another 45.
Like it's just, it's ridiculous. And then of course, you know, we had lockdown, which none of us were prepared for expecting. And so then I suddenly had these extensions that were growing out of my scalp and there was like a good three centimeters between my scalp and the extensions. Which would you writing?
It was the whole thing then as you saw, as I was, I, we complain about, but yeah, three
Jess Lucas: [00:07:49] episode guys start looking at my head because it's just fair. I just need to get him done.
Tully Smyth: [00:07:54] So what happened was. They match the extensions to your neck, to your hair color. Right? So I was quite, um, a bit darker because I was letting my natural hair come through it, which is kind of like an ashy mousey, like Nina handle their blonde.
It's not a cool color, but I was like, look, my hair health is more important. I'll let it grow out a bit. So it was quite dark on top. So they had to low light my extensions and it looked great. You know, when they first did it and for those first couple of weeks, and then obviously we were stuck in lockdown down with no access to hairdresser dresses.
Can you hear me when I got that? No, it sounds like my washing machine is about to take off and fly. Like it's about to just launch into the sky,
Jess Lucas: [00:08:32] go to seven 47 in your backyard. They're
Tully Smyth: [00:08:34] not. Huh. Anyway, um, so what happened was during lockdown is that the low lights in my extensions washed out. So I suddenly had sort of dark blonde hair on top, and then these line extensions that were like white blonde.
So it has it like top deck hair color, which was, it was atrocious. I wear my hair out. I was working at a platinum to bond and every other form and variation. So yes, yes, it was, it was a whole thing. And I honestly could have cried yesterday when I went to rock Ebony. Well, see all the familiar faces, um, to get my hair.
So I basically, I took out. A whole row of hair extension. So this is basically the length of my natural hair. That
Jess Lucas: [00:09:14] looks good. I mean, I have a bone to pick with all of the influences of Melbourne because it seems like they got in there first. And so the rest of us normal people will have to wait for an appointment to rock out.
Tully Smyth: [00:09:25] Okay. Okay. I know what you're saying. It definitely feels even to me, even sitting in a chair yesterday for six hours, I was going through my Instagram feed and it felt like everyone I knew was getting ahead on exactly the same time. Um, I can't speak on behalf of rock Ebony. I don't know if they've, if they've given priority to influences.
What I do know is that they're, they gave their clients with extensions priority fear, because the longer they go out like that and aren't attached properly, the more damage they do to your hair, and they can literally rip out chunks of hair. So I was told that anyone, all their clients that had extensions, they made sure that they got in first in best dressed, basically.
Jess Lucas: [00:10:00] Anyway, I cannot wait to go get my hair. Tosh. I I'm actually gonna color on the weekend. I think, I think I'll do it myself just to make it that I know. I know I'm a
Tully Smyth: [00:10:11] Marina. It doesn't matter incorrect. It does matter. It really does. I actually
Jess Lucas: [00:10:16] don't give a shit,
Tully Smyth: [00:10:17] Jess, I've done stuff with Wella before, you know, it was part of my job and I learned all about this.
It really does matter as well as say, if you care and you worry about. The brands you put on your skin in terms of makeup brands, skincare brands. If you care about that kind of stuff, you should care what you put in your hair. It's just as important we are now. We're not even so close. They're now open heterosis is now open.
You have no excuse. Had you told me this maybe like four weeks ago, I'd be like, Oh, well, you know, desperate times, but your headrest is open. Just wait.
Jess Lucas: [00:10:47] Okay. I'll give. So I go to Joey's. Which we'd
Tully Smyth: [00:10:51] always guy, Joe is a friend of mine. That's another awesome salon in Melbourne. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:10:55] You know, I live around the corner from rock Ebony.
Tully Smyth: [00:10:58] Yeah, I know we're neighbors. I know I sent you flowers.
Jess Lucas: [00:11:01] I know you could have literally popped it or not popped in, but I could have come and seen you for a coffee
Tully Smyth: [00:11:05] waved at your window. Not even allowed to hang out. Yeah. And we could go for a walk off walk. Where have we done that yet? I
Jess Lucas: [00:11:10] don't know. I mean, it's caught up with Jen.
Tully Smyth: [00:11:13] Yeah, that's weird. You met Jen, you saw Jen, you haven't seen me. I think maybe just, it probably feels like we speak so often throughout the week. We don't really need to go for it. Like what the hell we talk about? We text every day we chat like this at least once a week. Yeah. I
Jess Lucas: [00:11:27] mean, it is true,
Tully Smyth: [00:11:28] Karen. Um, okay.
So I also, I know the people want to hear about it. Um, I definitely want to hear about it. I also have an update for the people. So obviously from the few, I don't even know what episode it was now. We've talked about dating. Yes, probably one of my favorite episodes, because it was one like this where you and I just talks back for however long, um, and always goes really wonderful places.
But I shared with the listeners of too much Tali, a little story anecdote, if you will. Orange man. Yes. Orange wine boy. Now, for those who maybe have missed that episode. I mentioned this gone hinge. He, it's very hard to keep my attention. I've been single for a long time. I've been only apps for a long time.
Um, you know, I'm not shy of matching with someone or going on a first date. So to keep my attention, you've gotta be pretty quick, pretty funny, pretty quick. Otherwise I'm just gonna get bored and be like, nah, I need to be stimulated more conser. Thank you so much. Have a great night. This guy was really weird.
He was weird and he was funny and I was enjoying it. And I must've made a reference to me drinking the famous orange wine by blind corner, which is now so hard to get. Thanks to you guys. Thank you so much for that. It's near impossible to find, because I feel like all of the listeners have gone out and bought it.
Great. Glad you loving it. Um, I mentioned reference about it. He was like, I don't know what you talking about. Never heard about orange wine. I then was like, okay, well, I'm happy to I'll let, like, give me your address. I'll send you some. And he was like, ha ha. As if you would do that, gave me an address. I organize, of course being me, I, when I see a bottle of wine and then sort of like later in the conversation, it came out that he'd given me the wrong address.
And I was like, Oh, well, that's really awkward because I'm very impulsive. And I just did it. I ordered you a bottle of wine to that address. Turns out had just given me his building, but like his next door neighbor's address basically. So he managed to still get the wine and sort of, we had this back and forth and I shared this with the listeners and everyone was so invested.
I even had some screen grabs about shot on the too much Tali Instagram. They're still there, guys. You want to read them? They're in the dating highlights folder. And everyone was damning me. Like what's going on? These guys sounds amazing. I think this guy's the one, like give us enough day, but the combination kind of paid it off and that was kind of it for a while.
The ellipsis. Yeah. Nearly use his name, then oopsies orange wine boy has been back
Jess Lucas: [00:13:56] staying
Tully Smyth: [00:13:57] kind of he'd he'd pop his head in and say something and I'd reply, but it was never super, I felt like that a little bit. I think he was trying to start a conversation, but it was never inspiring enough for me to really engage I'd replied.
I'd never ignore him, but it was like, Uh, one line and then I'll give him a one line and then he give me one line, I'll look at it and be like, Oh, I can't really give you a little bit that, and that kind of was happening on and off again, you know, every once a week, once every two weeks, but then, okay, I'm going to read it out again.
I will share these on the too much telly Instagram. So don't worry if you miss it, you'll want to go back and have a, another squeeze. So he messaged me on the 30th of September, right? At 7:11 PM. Just saying hello, telly.
Jess Lucas: [00:14:47] Cool. Cool.
Tully Smyth: [00:14:48] You can wait with that.
Jess Lucas: [00:14:49] You've got this.
Tully Smyth: [00:14:50] I replied four hours later saying hello.
Was that a fake name or no? Oh no. That's
okay. And then he didn't respond to that either. So that was it. Hello, Tyler Heller. Orange chat then the next day type of one at 8:06 AM. How are you? What lovely weather we're having now? I read that and thought not like, sorry, that's dry chat. Like I'm not replying the following day, October 2nd, live in 40 9:00 AM.
Yeah, now you're right. It sucks. Anyway, I'd like to get a coffee or share a bottle of wine in the park with you. Spring is flying by and I don't think mass, the mass vibe is for me. No, it gets involved. I promise because we had a chat early on about our love languages and he's yet gifts and I'm like, I've never met someone that has gifts high and I'm not sure about it.
Sorry. Oh, no, I
Jess Lucas: [00:15:52] don't judge people.
Tully Smyth: [00:15:54] I'm not judging, but like who places the importance on presence or over like quality time? I don't know. Just, it just was weird to me. I've never met anyone that has gifts as their number one love language, literally until this guy. Yeah. Anyway, I replied. Ha my word, you are playing the long game.
Aren't you? I appreciate your directness. Look to be Frank. I've been avoiding dates. They just seem uninspiring at the moment. It feels like we've skipped the honeymoon stage and gone straight to married with two kids and a mortgage could do a wine in brackets. Don't drink coffee in a park, but not this weekend.
I've already fully booked myself out with picnic dates. He said, ha ha. Okay. So my openers are not inspiring, but I feel like we talk okay. Once you actually reply and we get going, look, I know what you mean about the two kids immunity. It's okay. Rather than what we could do, what would you want to do?
Message? Occasionally when you're bored, have me leave you alone and Tylee. I'm a big boy. I'll cope with whatever I need to cope with. You don't owe me anything. So he'd taken what I said the wrong way. I replied saying they're not inspiring. No. But I do appreciate you not giving up on me. What do I want to do?
What I want to do is go to a bar and get blind of cocktails. I don't know, a day session at the pub go to a gig, literally anything, but what we could do, I appreciate you're new and you're doing a great job. I've kind of subconsciously stopped trying. And instead I'm holding out until October 19th, which is of course when it was supposed to be allowed out.
Jess Lucas: [00:17:22] Yeah.
Tully Smyth: [00:17:23] Anyway, and then he's like, ha ha. I appreciate your you're new and doing a great job. Mama I'm surely breasts. Anyway, I'm just like, well, he's back. And then he said, Oh, your points are valid. I feel the same way. Really? Just wasn't sure what else to do. There's only so much self-respect one can have left while writing a message and glancing up to see that.
How are you from a week ago sitting there like a lead balloon?
Jess Lucas: [00:17:45] I love him. I
Tully Smyth: [00:17:45] think he's funny.
Jess Lucas: [00:17:46] And the fact that he keeps trying and he's inventive with what he's doing, like the weather chat. The day after we mentioned the weather was funny,
Tully Smyth: [00:17:54] it was paramedic has also not left the building.
Jess Lucas: [00:17:57] Interesting. I actually have a story theme.
Tully Smyth: [00:18:00] Yeah. Well, I want to know, I want an update on, uh, mr. Pilates now he's gone. Oh,
Jess Lucas: [00:18:04] okay. Yeah, he's cool. He's cool. Let's just
Tully Smyth: [00:18:07] drop that there. Um, but
Jess Lucas: [00:18:09] um, similar field paramedics, this guy's a nurse, um, and this is funny because anyone of my friends listening is now going to be like, I haven't told anyone.
Tully Smyth: [00:18:18] Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
This is a Hindu boy.
Jess Lucas: [00:18:21] No, no, no, no. Sorry. Okay. I'm going to tell you the story.
Tully Smyth: [00:18:25] So girlfriend of
Jess Lucas: [00:18:27] mine, messages me one day and goes, do you remember this guy from Bendigo? And I was like, Oh yeah, I actually used to have a bit of a crush on him. But back in the day, he used to be kind of the same boy, I suppose.
Um, Anyway, I hadn't thought about him for years and years and years. Anyway. So her sister-in-law is a nurse. They worked on the same shift. Right. And they started talking and they obviously worked out that they were both from Bendigo and that they had mutuals. And then my friend, uh, we're all on the same year level with him.
Um, and so she's like, Oh, do you have him on Instagram? I said, no, I have him on Facebook, but I'm going to add him on Instagram. And then. I slid into his damn. I was like, Hey, random, like
Tully Smyth: [00:19:08] would see you. No, you did. Yeah. That's my girl.
Jess Lucas: [00:19:13] Yeah. Really forward. Um,
Tully Smyth: [00:19:16] Oh, I need more details. I didn't want details. Okay.
So you added him and then you send me, what did you say? What was your opener like? Oh my God. One time. I say like, have you,
Jess Lucas: [00:19:27] I can't remember. I mean, this story doesn't end well,
Tully Smyth: [00:19:30] but don't get too excited.
Jess Lucas: [00:19:31] I know. It's sorry to bring them right down. Okay, but I can tell you, because I've
Tully Smyth: [00:19:35] met with him for a
Jess Lucas: [00:19:36] coffee, uh, in the park and
Tully Smyth: [00:19:40] with the mask, of course,
Jess Lucas: [00:19:41] this is how my, um, pay favors started because I've sat in that park.
I was the most unattractive person in the entire world. Like
Tully Smyth: [00:19:50] good to see you again.
Jess Lucas: [00:19:51] Great. Stunning. Um, and anyway, like it didn't really kick off. I was a little bit like, ah, you're just not for me. Like we just. He'd come off of, you know, four hours of sleep or something like that after a night shift. So I do feel bad for him.
Like I felt bad, but at the same time, I was like that. He just wasn't curious. And he wasn't like, you know, engaging in terms of conversations. So, um, anyway, it was a good experience because it made me get back out there. And so then I, I I'm Jewish at my hinge and I've been on hinge again. I've been talking to a few guys.
Can I tell you, can I tell you my quick answer to a question? Cause I thought it was. Freaking funny. Yes.
Tully Smyth: [00:20:27] I'm just like so impressed with you right now. Like you've just like fully tendon. You leave taking your dating, destined to your own hands, you being proactive in making that first move your, you know, cutting the dead weight before you waste your time.
I'm like just floored with you right now. Thank you.
Jess Lucas: [00:20:44] I'm so excited to get back out there because you know, as soon as we can go back to a bar, I'm just going to start walking up to any hot guy that I think is single and. Hey, what's happening.
Tully Smyth: [00:20:54] I've created a monster. We do have two. We have spoken about off and going on double day.
I think we definitely need to make that an episode. Yes, we matched with him. We both met with the new boy on hinge and go on a date together that has to happen. Okay. We're recording it obviously, obviously recording it for you guys. Obviously you're not going to look and leave these guys behind
Jess Lucas: [00:21:11] us. I know
Tully Smyth: [00:21:12] they have to be like, uh, A lot of people don't, I don't even know what number that would be, but it'd be like a mass day, like a group, like an orgy date.
Jess Lucas: [00:21:21] that would actually be fine. Imagine all of us and like we would help facilitate, like if the conversation is getting dry.
Tully Smyth: [00:21:27] Yes. Oh my God. I've hosted a Bumble speed dating event before, and it was so much fun. We're doing it too much. Tali speed dating about that is happening as
Jess Lucas: [00:21:35] we're allowed, what Alison has have to bring like a brother or a friend that's single
Tully Smyth: [00:21:40] and then we just switched them.
Yeah. This is amazing. This is happening. Okay. Wait, I want to hear about this conversation you're having with these people. Well, first of all, can we please go through, cause we've already gone through our profiles, um, in a previous episode, how have you updated it? Are you still talking about food in every single question?
Not that I'm against that. I think that's, you know, that's great that you're sharing your true passions in life, but it's when you talk about food for the three questions and then you're also wearing a hot dog suit. And one of the it's kind of like too much having other interests.
Jess Lucas: [00:22:09] Well, um, I have, I've just reordered it a little bit so that it kind of flows a little bit better so that you kind of like get me at my best.
And then, um, I talk about food into another kind of fun photo of me, and then it's like, bam, hot dog. And then I've changed one of the questions. So I've out of three, I've got two that are about food. One is something else which
Tully Smyth: [00:22:31] okay. Good.
Jess Lucas: [00:22:32] All I ask is that you
Tully Smyth: [00:22:35] live,
Jess Lucas: [00:22:36] laugh and more importantly, love.
Tully Smyth: [00:22:42] Tell me that's a joke. Is that a joke? It's obviously a joke. You know that it's fucked up. I'm fully aware what you're referring to. I just don't know if it's obvious enough that that's a joke, Jess. No, no. Jessica, no, no, no, no. I'm so glad we brought this up jazz.
It's hilarious because I know you, but people that don't know who that is, that's serious. And I don't know yesterday
Jess Lucas: [00:23:08] had way more likes since
Tully Smyth: [00:23:09] I've had that up. Okay. Hang on. Okay. Look, I mean, okay. Oh, I'm concerned with this one. Okay. I know you obviously, and your sense of humor is very dry. Even with the casting.
That is hilarious knowing you. Right? But these people that see you profile don't know you from a bar of soap and read that and be like, Oh shit, just one of those fucking girls that has those inspirational posters, all over a fucking house. She's got an eat sign and a kitchen. Like she's got cross-stitch pillows with like fucking inspirational Beyonce quotes.
Jess Lucas: [00:23:40] Well, I, the
Tully Smyth: [00:23:41] reason I raise shuffled the order
What was that? Is there anything to make sure to imply that it's a jar? Is it like a, that like, Oh, maybe I should
Jess Lucas: [00:23:53] maybe. Okay. I can update it.
Tully Smyth: [00:23:55] How
Jess Lucas: [00:23:55] do I go away?
Tully Smyth: [00:23:57] I just, I think it's great. If someone knows your sense of humor, like I'm kind of like, okay, so similarly I got rid of it, cause it was too much. I had that John Waters quote, where it was like, um, if you go home with somebody and they don't have any books, don't fuck them.
If you don't know me, that seems very forward. I mean, it's still very forward, even if you do know me, but if you know what I'm like and how I'm kind of a bit Savage and a bit like, yeah. So I got rid of that, um, recently and changed it to, um, where is it? It says I've been on here, Noah. My mantra is life's short.
I'm not. Well, did you have that last time?
Jess Lucas: [00:24:42] I feel like you did
Tully Smyth: [00:24:43] good. I'm going to have to go back to the archives for that one. Okay. So, so you're back on the, on the, on the apps. Yeah. Have we had any exciting matches?
Jess Lucas: [00:24:52] I have three at the moment. Um, Oh, hang on. Mockus is written back.
Tully Smyth: [00:24:58] Woo. What's saying, Oh my God.
Jess Lucas: [00:25:02] Sorry. Um,
Tully Smyth: [00:25:06] Oh, that's all good. I thought
Jess Lucas: [00:25:07] this guy was messaging me about why hasn't this worked out. But I realized what I said to him last was about my sister's birthday that I took her to Elwood the other day and it was so windy and I had, I
Tully Smyth: [00:25:18] saw you at drinking button, but enhance sparkling. Yep.
You're saying good drops. She looks so much like he doesn't shake my word. It's weird because I don't
Jess Lucas: [00:25:26] see it. Cause I'm brunette naturally. And she's so blonde. And
Tully Smyth: [00:25:30] she's definitely a sister. I knew she was just before I read the tag.
Jess Lucas: [00:25:33] Yeah. Classy. Okay. Ooh,
Tully Smyth: [00:25:35] I've got a few responses. This
Jess Lucas: [00:25:36] is exciting.
Tully Smyth: [00:25:38] Sorry.
Okay. Hang on. This is a whole different Jessica to the one that I first met that first meeting at the BMC. Officer's in Abbotsford when we just went for the first time you were so bitter, you were so neg, you were so neg about the whole prospect of dating, especially dating apps. You'd just deleted it again for like the fifth time.
And now you're all like sparkle, lighted, like giggly and smiley about it.
Jess Lucas: [00:26:00] I know. I don't know who I am. It's you?
Tully Smyth: [00:26:03] This is so upsetting. We've got Blake
Jess Lucas: [00:26:06] here. Um, he is tall, which is great. He's six two. He is from Thornbury. And, um, I like his style. He's all black air thing like me. So we would make a really cute couple, I think.
Um, and then we've got Marcus who is a chef, and again, I just. I hate cooking. So I'm not
Tully Smyth: [00:26:27] a chef is definitely a win for you. Win for anybody. Really? We generally with chefs, they don't actually like cooking when they get home. I've found that with chefs, they're like, yeah, they cook all day at work. So I don't want to cook you anything, just please, just so scrambled eggs, please.
Jess Lucas: [00:26:40] is something, anything it doesn't got and there's another guy and he, um, I wasn't that keen, but then I saw he was from Scotland. I was like,
Tully Smyth: [00:26:46] Oh, excellent, excellent. A whole day or a day.
Jess Lucas: [00:26:51] But I've got forum for new likes this isn't. I don't even know who I am either. It's because I've updated to live, laugh, love everyone was loving him.
Tully Smyth: [00:26:58] Look, I, I love it. I do love it. I just want, I just want to really make, I don't want you to lose out on the love of your life because he doesn't get the joke. Yeah, this is true. You know what? Maybe he doesn't get the joke. Maybe he's not loving your life. Maybe he's not funny enough. That's exactly right.
Hey. Good. See, someone's
Jess Lucas: [00:27:13] locked me in. They've got a picture of a dog
Tully Smyth: [00:27:15] with a
Jess Lucas: [00:27:16] carrying a dim seven it's. Now,
Tully Smyth: [00:27:20] if you think that's funny, that's hilarious.
Jess Lucas: [00:27:24] Anyway, we're an audio podcast, not a visual one. So
Tully Smyth: [00:27:27] exactly. How are we feeling about, I know this is a lot more a level Melbourne chat, but we do have led Melbourne listeners.
What is, so would you have restrictions lifted? So as of November 2nd, we are allowed to go out to a venue, which is just mind boggling. What is the first thing you're going to do? Go on a date with Marcus. Yeah. Maybe
Jess Lucas: [00:27:50] I actually haven't even thought about, cause I'm not getting my hopes up because I'm scared.
It's just going to be ripped. It's like the carpet is just gonna be ripped out from underneath us.
Tully Smyth: [00:27:57] That's depressing was that to have a positive mindset. We can't come out of the negative mindset. It'll be a self-fulfilling prophecy. Um,
Jess Lucas: [00:28:04] okay. First thing I want to do is literally go sit somewhere and just.
Drink have someone serve me a glass of wine,
Tully Smyth: [00:28:12] have a menu order from a menu. Just
Jess Lucas: [00:28:14] want someone else to serve me.
Tully Smyth: [00:28:16] Don't you think we've got Stockholm syndrome? I've been saying this to my, to my girlfriends. I feel like we've, we've got Stockholm syndrome at all. We're kind of all like. Dan Andrews has like kept us captive for so long that now the littlest of freedoms, we were so appreciative, always so excited about like the fact that I can now.
W I mean, getting my head on yesterday, it sounds so silly, but yeah. It's it's crazy how much, you know, it can, it can help with yourself, with your mood, just feeling more yourself. I think that, that's the thing I kept saying on all these people that I talk this way. There's a lot of them, they kept saying the same thing and it was like, so more myself.
I haven't been feeling myself lately and just little things like getting your hair done, or, you know, we can now hang in a park with 10 people. Still from the two households, um, or is that many
Jess Lucas: [00:29:05] people from another house? I certainly don't,
Tully Smyth: [00:29:07] unless you've got friends live in a commune, we're fucked. Like what kind of.
Jess Lucas: [00:29:13] I mean, that's the parts it's families, but still like being single again. We've really missed
Tully Smyth: [00:29:18] out. Don't count. The kids don't count at the 10th, so, Oh yeah. Okay. For bizarre. Uh, it other big news that's happened this week, which I was very excited about excited that also, if I'm being completely Frank with you guys and you know, I'm always brutally honest, that's the whole premise of too much Thailand.
There's nothing off limits. Pap shots have been released. Showing some of the new cast for the new season of big brother. Now, as we know, I was on big brother, 2013, some would say the very best season. Would you agree, Jess?
Jess Lucas: [00:29:53] Yeah,
Tully Smyth: [00:29:53] definitely. Was it come on. It was the best season I had jury. Okay.
Jess Lucas: [00:29:59] He sent me
Tully Smyth: [00:30:00] some flowers.
Yeah. Did you see that? I did a very big bunch of cheer lips. That would have been very expensive. Thank you. So. This is the first year you sent me anything for my birthday. I'm like, what's going on?
Jess Lucas: [00:30:13] He wants to come on the podcast. I think
Tully Smyth: [00:30:15] he does. He's desperate. He messaged me every week. He's like, Oh, well, I got to meet Jess in the flesh.
I said, look, we've said to each other, the minute we're back, we're allowed back in the studio. You will be our very first guest. I promise you that. Anyway, I am, obviously I'm still very invested in my brother. I was a big fan of the show before I went on it. I've, I'm still a fan of the show now, despite the new format and the new network, it grew on me.
It definitely grew on me. And I say these pap shots, obviously on the daily mail, because where else would you find leaked pepper, artsy shots. And it's got Sonia in front of the big eye and it has this random guy, and then it has a person. That I know very well. Uh, but daily mail was silly and didn't recognize her.
And you know, hadn't given her a name or he was none other than flex mommy. Yeah. She's going to be sorry. Sent it to you. Yeah. Flex mommy is obviously, I mean, she's an influencer she's she owns, she's now a podcast host of like seven different podcasts. She just launched a new podcasts on Spotify. Um, she's with my management.
So, you know, we've got that connection. I've interviewed her before for my old podcast. And I also am a huge fan of her reflux game. Uh, I w have every single deck. We actually played the reflex with Jen, I going about episodes and I have all her decks. Anytime someone comes to my house, obviously before the pandemic and we have a few drinks, I pull them out and make them play.
She is going to be a very, very interesting housemate.
Jess Lucas: [00:31:39] I wonder if she's allowed to take a game in.
Tully Smyth: [00:31:42] Data contact anything. Well, I mean different roles, but you can't take anything in that that will distract you from your other housemates. Okay. Very
Jess Lucas: [00:31:50] on it opens people up with
Tully Smyth: [00:31:51] that game. I mean, she doesn't need to have, she got all the questions in her head.
She might get came up. She hasn't been a head. She's going to be so interesting because she is so opinionated. She is so smart. Like she is so brilliant when I interviewed her for my last podcast, I was overwhelmed. I felt so intimidated. Like I was overwhelmed. She. She's so personable. She's so smart. She's so opinionated, um, She's so knowledgeable and on a, such a broad range of fact, like she's not gonna take shit from anybody.
She won't let anything fly. She won't sit on her. Like, it's just going to be wild. Like if that's the kind of housemates that they've got this year, I cannot wait. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:32:28] So did we end up, like, did you end up liking
Tully Smyth: [00:32:30] the new format from bigger brother? Look, I'm a loyalist. I'm a traditionalist and I loved the original format of the show.
Um, I think that. There is the social experiment and the human experiment in itself is why that show is so amazing. It's why it's one of the first, um, and in my opinion, the best reality TV shows. Um, I'm so used to having my hair out. Yeah. It's like falling in my face. Don't looking
Jess Lucas: [00:32:54] gorgeous.
Tully Smyth: [00:32:57] I've won this top three days in a row.
Um, so at first I was like nuts. Hate it, hated there wasn't a live component, hated the fact that the housemates get to evict people like that. It's just. That's so whack because the, usually the most annoying housemates to live with are the best to watch on television. And as I said before on the show, you know, if that was the case in my series, I would have been gone second or third week.
Jess Lucas: [00:33:23] He would have been
Tully Smyth: [00:33:24] sick. Tim who won the show would have been the first to go home. Yeah, absolutely. He was the most annoying person to live with
Jess Lucas: [00:33:30] and Ben would have one. Yeah,
Tully Smyth: [00:33:32] probably who won
Jess Lucas: [00:33:33] that season. I can't even remember him.
Tully Smyth: [00:33:35] Oh, yeah, that's right. The most annoying person to live with, but also the
Jess Lucas: [00:33:38] better TJ.
Tully Smyth: [00:33:39] He's the best, in my opinion, the best people, brother, housemate, I I've ever known of.
Jess Lucas: [00:33:44] And you still might to them.
Tully Smyth: [00:33:45] Yeah, of course you played that game so well. Um, anyway, look, it grew on me. I am a fan of the show at the end of the day. Grew on me. I think they've changed a few things. I'm hoping that listened to feedback because from what the article said, and you never know daily mail, but they, um, there was a live audience.
So I'd, maybe they've brought back that live element back into the show, after the feedback from last season, who knows, but I'm gagging to see who else it's funny because people messaged me being like, Oh, I thought if they were going to do a celebrity big brother, that you'd be involved flexes and a celebrity, she's an influencer.
Like she's still, you know, everyday Joe she's she's, she's allowed to apply for shows and go on shows and you know, yeah. Um, also I messaged Jen, my manager, my best friend, her manager. Who I spoke to quite a bit over the weekend. Cause it was my birthday. And I was like, I can't believe you didn't tell me.
She was like, we signed NDAs. You don't, it was a business thing. I'm like, fuck you. Like, I want that fair
Jess Lucas: [00:34:41] enough.
Tully Smyth: [00:34:42] Totally. She did a job. Well done. She like applied, you know? Yeah. He followed the NDA, but I was just like, when I start on the daily mail, I was like that little
Jess Lucas: [00:34:49] snake. You're like, why don't you get me on around to
Tully Smyth: [00:34:53] look.
I'd do it. I don't know if I do an all-stars Bravo with drew and you'd be terrible. A big brother. Why you'd be terrible because you're not, you have to be real. You have to be a short pony. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:35:11] On the underdog.
Tully Smyth: [00:35:13] Yeah. You'd sneak to the end. You ride
Jess Lucas: [00:35:15] the classic. Sarah Marie.
Tully Smyth: [00:35:17] Yeah. You wouldn't nothing like Sarah Marie,
Jess Lucas: [00:35:20] Sarah Marie was like, Yeah.
Okay. I see what you mean, but she was more like the kind of like jovial one, like had fun when you had, but she didn't, she wasn't controversial.
Tully Smyth: [00:35:28] We're actually Mo mostly like drew. So drew sort of set back a little bit, pop in getting involved with it, which is, yeah. I'm surprised that he fucked up. Did he though?
Cause he came out the heartthrob. Um, and you had the , which is always a very popular, um, it wasn't a romance, it was legit romance. Um, and so my tulips, I actually was, I was going to be a dickhead and put them behind me and just be like, Oh, did you notice my. My flowers from my beautiful ex-boyfriend, you know, what's so pathetic.
I said to him the other day I texted him like out of all 50, never said it too much. Tally. I think there's only been maybe two where I haven't brought him up in some capacity. It's going to sound like I'm still in love with the guy. I promise you. I'm not guys.
Jess Lucas: [00:36:15] It's also because I'm also jerking, you know, I'm drinking,
Tully Smyth: [00:36:18] but yeah.
Guys were joking. Like what? Neither of us are obsessed with him.
Jess Lucas: [00:36:23] I bet if he made a move,
Tully Smyth: [00:36:26] look, if he really called me one night after a couple of drinks and I was, you know, also out to near my bar, Exclusive,
Jess Lucas: [00:36:35] right.
Tully Smyth: [00:36:36] I don't know. Okay. So they're my three talking points. What are yours?
Jess Lucas: [00:36:41] Can I go through mine?
Dating updates, birthday updates, new big brother cast. Do you know what vegetables look like when they
Tully Smyth: [00:36:47] bite? You're kidding. Narc. You had the same to have the exact same. Did you have
water going down my throat? You know, that reminds me of, Oh my God. That reminds me of. Hmm, that Dick talk that tick-tock going around where it's like the chicks vagina, like crying out for a Dick. No. What is that? If you're listening, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. It's going, it's doing the laps, doing the rounds.
So it's just like, it's usually a girl doing something and then the. That sounds like a crime, no something. And it's supposed to be like a joke. It's like the, like the cheeks vagina, like crying out. Cause it misses big and that's what's that noise sounded like, sorry.
Jess Lucas: [00:37:48] Funny. Yeah. I mean, um, we had some issues getting this podcast today.
Didn't we, I had a neighbor that's fighting with her partner. What happened to you? You have your washing machines.
Tully Smyth: [00:38:00] I had, so I sit where I sit, um, to my left is my laundry. So I had the washing machine going full bull. I can't leave. You didn't hear that beautiful neighbors across the way. Just in front of me, have a newborn baby.
So cute. What snippet and kids on the map. That's weird. Why doesn't it fit? Well, I sort of cuddle it. You know? What do you mean? And you
Jess Lucas: [00:38:19] want to sniff it?
Tully Smyth: [00:38:21] Are you kidding
Jess Lucas: [00:38:21] babies? Are you kidding?
Tully Smyth: [00:38:22] What the hell? Babies smell amazing. out loud. Oh, I thought we were all friends here. It was a safe circle. This was a safe space.
Can I please,
Jess Lucas: [00:38:34] if you baby,
Tully Smyth: [00:38:35] I would never say that I would just do it quietly. Would ask if they want him holding it and not to be like, yeah,
Oh my God, this is why we can only do these episodes to relax 50 days because you can't make it to my right. I, um, since the NBA guys out the front clocking around, Oh dear and classic, I can't believe so. Just FYI guys. We both said when we agreed to do an episode where we just, you know, talked smack. With you guys our best days, Jess was like, okay, let's both go away.
We'll think of like three things we can bring to the table and then we'll just throw them out. We didn't discuss our things before we got here. They're not written down anywhere. I just went through mine and then I forgot that Jess had to go through hers, but we had the same things. But
Jess Lucas: [00:39:27] did you have, do you know how vegetables grow?
Like do you know, lack what they look like when they're in the ground?
Tully Smyth: [00:39:34] Um, some of them, because my granddad in New Zealand was like, he, he was an amazing, um, my mom grew up on Apple orchards and then he had this amazing vegetable garden. And my favorite thing would be to go down with him and like get dirty.
And so I like carrots obvious, um, you know, like spinach and stuff goes on top. So that's really obvious, but there are some that are always like mind-boggling Hey, things you would assume grow in the ground, come off a vine. What are you, what are you wanting to talk about? Yes. Could not tell you no idea.
Jess Lucas: [00:40:06] You need to go and Google this and we'll put it off on too much
Tully Smyth: [00:40:09] now on the show, or do you want to go Google it later
Jess Lucas: [00:40:11] and then Google it now? All? Sorry. What about eggplant
Tully Smyth: [00:40:15] on a vine? No.
Jess Lucas: [00:40:19] Do you know why it's called
Tully Smyth: [00:40:20] eggplant? No. How does he, how does asparagus grower. Oh, what the fuck? I know, isn't it.
We individually from the ground like that. Yeah.
Jess Lucas: [00:40:35] So that's why it's so expensive.
Tully Smyth: [00:40:37] Oh my God. Cause it's like one store per little bit of stock on your plate. Yeah, that looks weed. Okay. With eggplant. How does a plant grow? I'm not going to be mind blown mind blown as I share these on too much, telly. Okay. I said that on a vine, like in a tree, like giving a tree on it.
Yeah. It looks like the emoji. What are you talking about?
Jess Lucas: [00:40:56] No, no, no. Okay. When it's a baby, um, How often do you say that when it's a, an infant vegetable,
Tully Smyth: [00:41:04] when it's a fetus plant
Jess Lucas: [00:41:06] fetus, eggplant, it's white and it looks like an egg, like, that's why it's called eggplant because Oh, it's white and yeah,
Tully Smyth: [00:41:14] I plant growing.
Okay. Right. Do you have any other weird ones for me? Who is that?
Jess Lucas: [00:41:17] Um, okay. Nuts peanuts. Do you know what I agree?
Tully Smyth: [00:41:22] No. How does a peanut grower. What the hang on, wait, what, that's a lot of dirt to get through, to get to the peanut. They
Jess Lucas: [00:41:31] grow in the ground and then cashews and like, uh, maybe almonds or like tree plants.
Tully Smyth: [00:41:39] Is this one of your things where like, you're trying to like get a new hobby or you're trying to like, learn about growing vegetables.
Jess Lucas: [00:41:45] No. I just thought what's like, it's something that it's like blow my mind before. So I already knew all this stuff, but when I was discovering this for the first time, I was like, this is so cool.
And so random. I'm like, we need to tell everyone.
Tully Smyth: [00:41:56] Yeah. It's like that thing. How, like, you know, I mean, I don't know if it was high school where you'd be like, you know, that a tomato is a fruit like, and be like, no, it's not, it's a vegetable. It's like seeds. Yeah. It's growing trays.
Jess Lucas: [00:42:11] Right? Yeah, they do grow and trees.
Tully Smyth: [00:42:13] Okay. Right. Well, good job. Don't blow my mind.
Jess Lucas: [00:42:15] Sorry. But I was thinking what, like they're technically a fruit apparently.
Tully Smyth: [00:42:19] Yeah. Cause that's a seed. That makes sense. Is this, is this good chat or is this bad chat? Is this like, we've been in lockdown way too long chat? Or is this like relatable? Like if people listening to this right now going, yeah.
You know what? That's always blown my mind.
Jess Lucas: [00:42:35] I guarantee can, if you, if you know another fruit or vegetable, can you play that is weird to look out, to grow. Like you actually have no idea how it grows. Like we all know apples and lemons and strawberries and things like that. But if you know a vegetable that grows in a weird way, That no one else knows.
Please let us know.
Tully Smyth: [00:42:50] Yeah, please do let us know, because
Jess Lucas: [00:42:52] I want to know
Tully Smyth: [00:42:54] w you'd like to be knowledgeable in a range of different, uh, you know, uh, topics can be interesting and your dates of which you have many lined up.
Jess Lucas: [00:43:04] Oh, I can't wait to finish this so I can go back and start responding.
Tully Smyth: [00:43:09] Well, I mean, it's probably about time we wrap it up.
Isn't it? What is it? 49 minutes, Val. Isn't that not? We usually wrap shit up.
Jess Lucas: [00:43:15] Um, actually I have one more thing to say. And it's, um, off the back of last week we spoke about, um, you obviously were gorgeous lingerie sets when you go out. And I said something
Tully Smyth: [00:43:27] like. We will have at
Jess Lucas: [00:43:28] Bridget Jones's moments and you're like, no, or we don't.
And I was like, ah, yeah, no, definitely. Haven't I've had it happen. Okay. Like we've, I've definitely been there and I feel like a lot of people would have been there.
Tully Smyth: [00:43:40] So now you're wanting us to get people to send in their Bridget drone stories,
Jess Lucas: [00:43:43] please. Nah,
Tully Smyth: [00:43:44] sorry.
Jess Lucas: [00:43:46] Turns out my mom listens to the podcast and
Tully Smyth: [00:43:49] Chestnut.
Jess Lucas: [00:43:50] Yeah. Get a text yesterday. Yeah. Yes. We've all had our Bridget drives moments or
Tully Smyth: [00:43:56] something like that. I don't know if you want to know about your mum's Bridget Jones moments.
Jess Lucas: [00:44:01] She, well, I think she said, uh, I think she was laughing at me, which makes, I was like, Oh, that's so cringe. Like, so now she's thinking of me being my most unattractive in my most unattractive underwear.
In a Bridget fraternities it's scenario,
Tully Smyth: [00:44:13] last mom, she doesn't care. Do you know what, now that I'm thinking about it, I'm trying to give, like, I'm trying to think of a moment that I've had a similar kind of thing happen when I was younger. I didn't, I was super tall and lanky and like, but not hot. Like I was like, um, no boobs, no us really bad haircut up and down.
Really skinny, really ganglia. And I didn't get boobs till my first year university. And I was so upset about it. Like, I remember crying to my mom very early on when she was still with us. And she was like, don't worry. Like I've caught them. Like, they'll call them the heritage tree. Like I've got them, you'll get them.
I'm just taking it. The next thing I, in the time I remember stuffing my bra with tissues. No. I also remember somebody about tissues and the guy finding them. I also remember buying those bras from like bras and things that had a full on like gelatin, like pocket in it. You can fill it type thing. Yeah. To give you like a boost.
And, um, I've gone. Yeah. And a guy has found those before. That's pretty humiliating. Hmm.
Jess Lucas: [00:45:15] That's funny. Cause I'm the other way. I'm like got like tape and like bandages wrapped around my chest to try and like flatten them
Tully Smyth: [00:45:21] a little bit. It really does fascinating, man. And I know we've discussed this before and I think we should definitely do an episode or even as something else around it.
How like, in some ways you and I are so similar, for instance, coming today to this episode and having the exact three same talking points to talk about and then other we're so different. For example, me sitting here and 11 to top, and you, once again, in head to toe black,
Jess Lucas: [00:45:43] all black,
Tully Smyth: [00:45:43] everything. Who are you going to be for Halloween Wednesday Adams or,
Jess Lucas: [00:45:48] uh, nah, that's my day-to-day look.
Um, I've got, I've got that scary, that pumpkin that I wore the other day that
Tully Smyth: [00:45:54] that's not scary. That's adorable. Thank you. But
Jess Lucas: [00:45:57] that was actually a Halloween costume. If you actually looked at the eyes on it, it was like one of those carved pumpkin.
Tully Smyth: [00:46:02] It's sorry. Obviously, it's what it was, Jess. It was very clearly Halloween costume, but it's not a scary one.
Jess Lucas: [00:46:06] Well, I've also got Santa, I've got a blow up Santa and the reindeer.
Tully Smyth: [00:46:10] That's not Halloween, Jessica. I'm
Jess Lucas: [00:46:12] just thinking of the things that I have a full Indigo.
Tully Smyth: [00:46:15] And she talked
Jess Lucas: [00:46:15] to the breakfast to it,
Tully Smyth: [00:46:17] which they can post it to you. We should talk to the boys, the, um, daily talk show boys about having like a BMC big media company, Halloween party.
Yes, that would be good. Do you know what we should do to be on zoom though? Because that's out and I surely by, by that by then surely by the, Oh, you're right. 31st of next week. Well, hopefully Dan Andrews. Thanks. Another announcement is Sunday. It can be by zoom. Sure. But it'd be fun to it in person, but I don't know why I'm whispering to you now because they're definitely going to hear this.
We should go as each other.
Jess Lucas: [00:46:47] Yes. I love that.
Tully Smyth: [00:46:49] I go is you and you go as pay. I get
Jess Lucas: [00:46:52] it. Yes.
Tully Smyth: [00:46:52] And we'll see if they figure it out. We don't tell them what we're doing and you talk like me and I talk like you, how would I do that?
Jess Lucas: [00:46:59] I want you to quite me. And I'll tell
Tully Smyth: [00:47:01] like, and I just talk like this all the time and don't have any infections.
Jess Lucas: [00:47:05] so excited. Well, this episode, can you just.
Tully Smyth: [00:47:08] You have, you've been great. You've been so great. Okay. We should probably, um, wrap this up. We have been talking for way too long as usual, but this has been fun. We should definitely do more of these.
Jess Lucas: [00:47:16] Okay. Let's do it once a month.
Tully Smyth: [00:47:18] Uh, great. Okay. Um, well guys, as always, thank you so much for listening to too much Tali.
You can find us on Instagram at too much Tali. You can listen to the podcast wherever you hear your podcasts. Spotify. Yeah. ITunes, we would love, love, love. If you could leave us a positive review, positive reviews, only place and five stars. And until then I will see you next Tuesday.