#334 – Live Call In Show

Listen now

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

BAM we’re live. I got my CEO shirt yesterday. I’m so pumped. Woo it’s nice. Woo.

Sevan Matossian (00:08):

Woo.

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

I didn’t think I could like a shirt that much. I haven’t liked his shirt that much since I don’t know. Second grade damn. It’s a sweet shirt. Uhoh uhoh there we go. We use this software called stream yard stream yard. Like when you pee, it leaves a stream yard, like where you keep the dog backyard. And sometimes it has a little bit of a lag. Actually. I, I shouldn’t even blame the software. Who knows if it’s a software, but it’s just the whole connectivity. Good morning, Ashley. Thank you. It’s the whole connectivity with, uh, YouTube this morning. We have David OMA. I just realized that if you changed the N to a B, it would be David Obama never realized that before UFC featherweight, uh, amazing, amazing dude, gay paper street coffee. Good morning. Thank you guys. If you, you or, oh man, we put the wrong link in our URL.

Sevan Matossian (01:14):

I am so sorry there. I guess there’s two paper street coffees, but if you can make it to the right one, you will see that you can purchase coffee using seven as the code and get 20% off, which is kind of crazy. You should stock up for the year over there. Now that’s so cheap you and, uh, uh, you get, uh, 20% off on your coffee between now and March 27th. And I think that day was chosen because that’s when quarter finals, quarter, quarter finals. If you’re a CrossFitter that’s when those start, um, but uh, you get entered to win a rogue bar, Ohio bar custom.

Sevan Matossian (01:55):

Every time you make could purchase paper street, coffee discount code seven, 20% off. I also wanna thank barbell jobs.com. Thank you to all you guys. Ooh, I’m a little slow this morning. You know, usually when my alarm goes off in the morning, it’s like, I’ve already been awake for two minutes. Like I’m like synced up to it and this morning, and I actually heard it go off, which was weird, cuz I went to bed so early last night, I, I normally don’t go to bed till like midnight and then I get up at six. I do like six hours sleep. But last night I went to bed like at nine 30 step. Did you get the edible bouquet I sent to your house for increasing your risk of COVID by another one risk of buy. And I don’t know what that means, but no, I did not get it. Please re Ohio or Bella depending on your sex. Yes. Oh, okay. One of those is for boys. One of those is for girls. I wonder what’s going on. Where’s David. I kinda like being on the show before the guests get on the show as opposed to getting on at the same time.

Sevan Matossian (02:59):

Uh, this guy, David OMA, he trains with, uh, James Krause, who he had on the show. He’s a really cool dude. When I think of James Krause, I think of a guy he’s 171 pound fighter, but he’s also an amazing coach and more and more and more people over, um, all over the, uh, MMA community are talking about what a great coach, uh, James Krause is. I’m kind of new to the scene. I’ve only been following him for like 10 years, but um, uh, uh, Krause is, I think he’s on a six fight, win streak as 171 pound fighter, but he says he gets way, way more pleasure watching his fighters win. We had James on the show. He’s cool as shit. He’s not just cool. When I think of him, I think of him as, as an investor, which is kind of funny. I just, I always hear about all the great things he’s done with his money and how he’s setting his life up to be independently wealthy.

Sevan Matossian (03:43):

So, um, no, I do not have any fight training. I have zero, zero. I mean, I mean, you know, just stupid little things that um, maybe every boy does take a little bit of TaeKwonDo. I took a bunch of, uh, striking classes. I wrestled in a high school a little bit, but nothing, nothing. And, and I, and I, I wrestled a lot with my sister as a kid and with other kids a lot, like backyard shit. I mean like a lot, like every day, a lot for years and years and years, but nothing. Uh, nothing. I, I, I, I like, I, I like it. I like wrestling with my boys. I like that kind and all that physical, like stuff. I’m really sensitive these days though, to my back, my last back injury like three years ago has made it. So it’s like made me when I take my kids to jujitsu, I’m like, oh, that looks so fun to roll around with the boys on the mat. And, and some of the other guys I just don’t want, I just don’t want to get like stuck. I got stuck last time I hurt my back for a few days. It was weird. Yeah, it is my birthday. Jared. Yes. March 16th, 1972 today I am 50 years old.

Sevan Matossian (04:57):

Yep. 50. I wonder what it’s like for my mom and my dad to have a 50 year old kid. So weird. Can’t imagine my kids being 50 years old. Am I on the wrong day? Is this guy showing up? Maybe this guy’s not showing up. It’s been a while since no one showed up. What show is this? Where is everyone? Where’s where’s the guy with good features. Caleb where’s will where’s where’s what’s the other guy’s name? Who runs the show? Matt Suza. Where’s that dude? Where’s the boss. Should I just start with my life calling show, man, I have so much good stuff. Like my dad says, you know how you’re, you know how you know how old you are when your kids start looking old? Yeah, no shit. Right? No shit.

Sevan Matossian (05:48):

Ah,

Sevan Matossian (05:52):

I’m excited. I think we’re gonna have liver king on the podcast. Very, very, very soon. Uh, he did a podcast yesterday with, uh, Paul Sal. I think that’s his very first podcast ever. Oh, good morning, mom. Thank you. It does not feel good to have a 50 year old son. Ha you know it does. I can’t, I I’m, I I’m excited for my kids to be 50. I hope I’m. I hope I’m still alive. Ooh. I don’t like to think of that. Um, They’re waiting for you to give me the sunglasses purchase info for these. Are you talking about these?

Sevan Matossian (06:31):

These are, uh, you can’t get these. I don’t think these are custom prescription. Uh, it’s some fancy brand. Oh, here. These are custom prescription Louis Baton glasses made in Italy. And when the guy you can’t tell when they’re not on me, but the bottom is clear. I’ll put ’em on for you. The bottom is clear and the top is super dark. And the guy, when he made these prescription lenses for me, oh shit. I forgot my phone again. He made them so that I could, um, uh, look at my cell phone through the bottom here with no shade, but I could also be out in super bright lights. I have so many, uh, prescription glasses. It, you, I don’t think it’s the kind of stuff that makes me. I have so many makes me uncomfortable to talk about. It’s like, whoa. It’s like someone who had too many cats like, Ooh, that’s too many cats. I don’t think this guy’s coming on. I don’t think this guy is coming on. We checked in with him yesterday. Maybe I gave him the wrong link. Let me try that. Let me try that one more time. Invite, copy to clipboard. We have his number here, David on Nama. David, we’re looking forward to chatting with you tomorrow morning at 7:00 AM. Uhoh ever responded to that. Okay. I’ll send him the link again. We are live brother

Sevan Matossian (08:14):

7:08 AM on the west coast of the United States. Pacific standard time. It’s funny, a hundred shows ago. I wonder when this went away a hundred shows ago, I’d be like really nervous wedding that the guest didn’t show up. Now, for some reason I give two dicks, two shits, two something,

Sevan Matossian (08:38):

Oh man, I’ll tell you something bad that happened. So we have a, I, I mean bad relative. It’s not, I don’t live in Ukraine, but we have a, um, we have a YouTube channel called Seon sub clips and it’s, it’s listed underneath a different email account. It’s listed under like my email account is SEOC a Gmail and it’s listed under MEOC and Seon. I don’t know why, why I have two Gmail accounts, but I probably did it like to get an extra Instagram account or something like that. And basically, basically what happened. Uh, last night I was, uh, Susan and I were looking at the sub clip station and trying to figure out why it’s not a channel, figuring out why it’s not getting any traffic and what we need to do to, to, to kind of beef it up a little bit. And I was messing around with my login on YouTube and now on my computer and my house, which is the one I do most of my like work work on like don’t disturb me.

Sevan Matossian (09:36):

Uh, I can’t get into my YouTube or into my, uh, Gmail, which really sucks really, really, really sucks. It just keeps saying error. Does anyone know why that is? But I can on this. And I can’t on my phone at first. I thought my account got hacked. That would be really bad. Uh, what’s up with Danny, what’s up with seven praising, Danny Spiegel for high morals. Uh, we invite invited her on the show one time and I, or Susan invited her on the show. And I think she, she made some comment. I believe that, uh, she’s doing a podcast with someone else. The memes guy, her, I think she, I, I think she said this did don’t quote me on this, but I think she said, she’s doing a podcast with the memes guy and Alex Smith who I’d like to get on the show also.

Sevan Matossian (10:18):

Um, and she said that she had different morals and values than me. And then when I went over to her Instagram account, her her profile picture was her in a bikini with her legs, open pointed at the, the camera, which I thought was a fascinating, I, I maybe I better look up the word morals. I don’t think I have any morals. I don’t know at those even are, I don’t have a gender or morals, uh, morals, a lesson, especially one concerning what is right or prudent that can be derived from a story, a piece of information or an experience. I guess I have morals. I don’t believe in hurting kids. I believe that the, the right thing to do is to take care, take care of our kids. I, they think it’s important to, to what was the one lovey neighbor, um, you know, give an example of lovey neighbor yesterday.

Sevan Matossian (11:11):

I was at the skate park and a guy pulled up, uh, with his two sons. And I hadn’t seen him like in eight months and I was in my car and I wanted to just drive away. But I, but I like this guy and I like his two kids a lot when they’re there. You, and of course I like them cuz they’re nice to my kids. So I got outta my car and I went over to ’em and I just made contact, you know, just like, Hey, what’s up, dude, your kids look great. And they did look great. Uh, good to see you. We’ve already been here for two hours. We’re leaving, but I always like seeing you cause it was how I felt, but it would’ve been just easier just to drive away with my kids. But I just, I don’t know. Maybe that’s just adult shit it, but I like to spread the love.

Sevan Matossian (11:49):

Um, not forced though. Not weird. Like if you don’t wanna be loved, like fine. Like I would like if like I’m, I’m not, not trying to make anyone’s day. Great. But um, I, I, I like to be, um, recognized, but I, I don’t want anyone taking my time. Do you know what I mean? And by recognized, I mean, let’s say you’re walking by someone and they smile at you and give you a nod. Like you’re being recognized and then you smile at them and, and you it’s like just that kind of recognition goes a long way with me, with everyone. That’s why I think it’s so important. Like when you see homeless people like there’s these well and when you see drug addicts and they’re categorized as homeless people, I think it’s important to look at them, make eye contact with them. When they make ask you for money, you say, good morning, good afternoon. You know, you just say something to ’em. People just wanna wanna be acknowledged. I think I do. I not want to be, but it, but it’s a, um, it’s important, important. This guy’s not showing up.

Sevan Matossian (12:48):

What sucks is, uh, uh, a few minutes before the show starts like 30 minutes before the show starts probably around six 30 in the morning. I start doing the show in my head and um, hi Victor. Good morning. And so then I get here and I’m already doing the show and I’m ready for them to come on. You know what I mean? Like I’m on the treadmill and I’m ready and I’m ready to do the show. And then about a minute ago I noticed I was leaving the show. Like I’m not, I’m not ready. So if he popped on now, it’d be kind of fucked. I was like, now I don’t want ’em to come on. Not, not, I don’t want him to come on, but like my brain has already shifted gears. Do you know what I mean by that? It’s like, um, I don’t know. I can’t explain it. No, I, I don’t take it as he’s blowing me off. I really don’t. I really don’t just scheduling shit. I’m easy. I’m easy. I’m so easy. I don’t, I don’t take it that way at all.

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

He was so cool. He was, he was great to text with. He was super responsive in the, um, in the DMS. All right. Guess what I’m gonna do. I’m gonna put my phone number up here. Bam. I have a show with a phone number. Who do I think I am? Oh, here. I could do this. I have time to do this today. I have some great stuff by the way, in my notes for my live calling show. I think you guys are gonna like some of this stuff, so that’s good. I’m always working on a live calling show. Oh, th yeah. I have something good for you guys this morning. It’s a good way to start your morning. But uh, before I start my morning, let me do this.

Speaker 4 (14:25):

That’s a, another 360 degree barbell brush by hybrid athletics.

Sevan Matossian (14:31):

Okay. Took care of that. We talked about paper street, coffee. Oh, where’s my, my backdrop is missing. Where is that? Isn’t there. Can you guys see that? Okay. There there’s that there’s this, but where’s that backdrop? Oh, there it is. Background background. Oh, it’s chosen. Oh, will. This is so weird. I have the background chosen. Anyway. The other sponsors are California hormones, paper street, coffee, barbell, jobs.com. And this bag of weed. The bag of weed is sponsoring the show today. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (15:16):

I seen this. Oh, it’s too much. I can’t. What can I do? There’s a guy out there named Ben Garvey. Oh, I really need help for this show. There’s a guy out there named Ben Garvey. I think his name’s Ben Garvey. Anyway, he hates me. He has a blog. He has like, he, he he’s a, he’s a, he’s a, um, he’s crazy, crazy woke account. He doesn’t just hate me. He hates a lot of people. I I’m in good company. Like he was ripping on all sorts of people in the CrossFit community, basically who aren’t standing up for. What’s right. But anyway, he has a documentary coming out called Rosa and it’s and I was looking at the trailer. Oh, I can’t wait to show you guys that on my next live calling show. It’s so funny. How is that documentary gonna end Rosa, my goodness here.

Sevan Matossian (16:14):

I realized, uh, for those of you who are watching this, I realized someone sent me this the other day. If you see Spiderman, I’ve got bad news for you. Oops. It’s the gay test. If you see Spiderman, I got, I don’t think that’s bad news. It just sucks. If you see Spiderman, I saw Spiderman. If you see Spiderman, it should be it. It should doesn’t need that. I’ve got bad. It’s not bad news. If you’re gay, it just makes life more, a little more challenging. If, if, if do you guys think that if, um, um, oh, I can’t even do this cause I’m not signed into my Instagram account. No wonder, no wonder. All right. This show’s gone to shit now. Maybe I should start sweating. Oh, good. Thank you. I can’t do the li I can’t do my, uh, Hey, good morning. Good morning. Shit. Good morning.

Speaker 5 (17:32):

Try it like this. Oh, there we go.

Sevan Matossian (17:34):

Hey, good morning. I can’t sign into my Instagram account. It’s the same problem I had yesterday because I need my phone to punch in the security code and I left my phone in the house. What a shit show?

Speaker 5 (17:46):

You know, I actually saw Spiderman on that. I’m not gonna lie.

Sevan Matossian (17:49):

Yeah, me too. Me too. Me too.

Speaker 5 (17:53):

But I pick up the line. Wanna

Sevan Matossian (17:54):

Go out. You wanna go out? You saw Spiderman. I saw Spiderman. You wanna go out?

Speaker 5 (17:58):

Sure, man, birthday dinner. I’ll take you and we’ll get some too and fucking, you know, drink some OCI ice shakes or something. I dunno. Well, if I saw Spiderman, does that mean I need to call cow hormones,

Sevan Matossian (18:11):

Right? Yes. I don’t think, I don’t think that’s gonna change anything. That’s just gonna make our date better.

Speaker 5 (18:19):

We’re still rolling with the,

Sevan Matossian (18:21):

Hey, uh, I have this, uh, I have this, um, who ordered a, uh, he ordered a, he was having, supposed to have a party at his house on Monday, right? For 50 people.

Speaker 5 (18:34):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (18:35):

And he ordered this big, huge, like catered Mexican, like dinner with like all fresh guacamole. They, they do all the, the pork and steak and all that stuff. Cook it all up right there. And he decided he didn’t want to have it, but he had already paid for it. So he is like, like, Hey, you can just have it. So I just switched it over to my house today. So I moved it from Monday. It was supposed to be Monday at his house and I switched it to Wednesday at my house.

Speaker 5 (18:59):

Well, so you’re having a party. I thought you were just having the food. Awesome

Sevan Matossian (19:02):

Dude. Yeah. Isn’t that crazy? Well, I don’t know how much of a party it is. I mean like my mom and dad will be there and shit like that.

Speaker 5 (19:08):

Yeah. Yeah. Don’t get it. We’ll all be there. I get it. I understand. This is a low key invite for everybody here. Yeah. We’ll just we’ll we’ll Map and everybody just about it. We’ll overweight version of, I don’t remember what his name was. Who’s sitting on the couch, uh, watching this right now. I dunno.

Sevan Matossian (19:39):

Oh, is his name is his name Roundtree. He, he started crying after he won and he, and he said he used to weigh 300 pounds and he can’t believe how, what the turnaround in his life. And he wants to tell his story. Um, now, before he gets famous, is that who you’re talking about? Round tree round. Is it Kal? Roundtree

Speaker 5 (19:56):

It’s um, tone black dude. I know he is sponsored by venom. I don’t remember his name. It’s on paper street. Copy posted it on their story. Like, you know what I’m about? Can you find that or maybe not

Sevan Matossian (20:10):

Maybe, but I can show you, um, I can show you. Oh, he’s damn. Someone already scooped him up. Soon. As he said that, he said he lost a hundred pounds and he was starting to cry. And he said he wants to talk about his story. And I immediately DMed him Kal, Roundtree, Jr. Discusses, turning his life around after finding MMA and how he’s lost 100, 100 pounds in 11 months. Hey, isn’t that the girl’s name on, uh, the, the kaisei isn’t her name? Kal.

Speaker 5 (20:38):

I have no fucking idea. I, I don’t read that

Sevan Matossian (20:41):

Kal. Yeah, but she’s the interviewer girl with the big old eyes. And she always has tons of MAs. Like her, her eyelashes look really thick. She has tons of mascara on or something. Is mascara the stuff you put on your eyes on your eyelash. I

Speaker 5 (20:52):

Dunno. You’re you’re, you’re

Sevan Matossian (20:53):

The

Speaker 5 (20:53):

One to go on a date with me. So I think you’re, you can answer that question perhaps.

Sevan Matossian (20:58):

Well, is her name is I know that’s her name. I, I know, I know God, this guy’s name is so great. Y B gay God, I would, we were friends. I’d love to say her name every day. Her name is She’s the, I call her the kaisei. That’s another graphic we need. I wanna show, do you remember during, when I was throwing temper tantrums about, uh, when I

Speaker 5 (21:22):

Would show the would show all the dragon. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (21:24):

I need one of the kaisei walking out of that naked. I would love to show that on the regular.

Speaker 5 (21:31):

Yeah. Yeah. That that’d be great for you too.

Sevan Matossian (21:33):

Oh, Lauren Kal. Oh, that guy’s first name Kal. Roundtree is her last name. Her name is Lauren Kal. His name is Kal Roundtree.

Speaker 5 (21:44):

That, that can only mean that. That can only mean that one. Their, one of them, a fake

Sevan Matossian (21:49):

Name. Every, every name is fake. I played this along

Speaker 5 (21:54):

With, along with her gender,

Sevan Matossian (21:56):

Her gender’s definitely fake. I think Brian asked me if I wanted to have her on the show. And I said, yeah. And I don’t know if he was just like teasing me. Um, oh, oh yeah. Lauren Kal. She spells it different than, um, than he does. Hey, did you see the OIF interview?

Speaker 5 (22:13):

I did part of it, uh, first quarter.

Sevan Matossian (22:16):

Oh yeah, there it is go. Someone. I, I, I guess I said in there that all my kids’ friends are dip shits. I, I wanna say not all of them. There’s a couple of them that aren’t someone told me, Hey, that was a little harsh. I mean, cuz and, and I’m not, I’m not walking it back cuz it’s, it’s harsh. I’m just back. The sounds that come from your phone are so weird.

Speaker 5 (22:40):

I’m trying to mute it’s

Sevan Matossian (22:46):

Horror.

Speaker 5 (22:49):

Well on in my background and it’s just normal. No, this is Biden America. This is Biden America.

Sevan Matossian (23:02):

It uh, it, it, no, no, because there, there are some kids that come over to my house that are good kids that, but, but, but we have, but we filter ’em if they’re they’re not good kids, I don’t, I don’t want em at my house. Like the bad kids suck, man. It sucks that there’s bad kids

Speaker 5 (23:18):

That I’m not trying to derail you. But that clip with that guy that lost all that weight, just like kinda broke down was really emotional. Like it, I, I used to be pretty overweight and dude, it really, it strikes home. There is a fork in the road. Like when you lose weight, you’re completely, there’s

Sevan Matossian (23:40):

A fork in your mouth. That’s the problem. There’s a fork in your mouth. Not in the road.

Speaker 5 (23:46):

I wanna put fork up your ass.

Sevan Matossian (23:48):

Um, so tell me, why did it hit home? What’s the fork in the,

Speaker 5 (23:52):

OK, so like it’s, it’s crazy when you’re overweight, you have almost like this frame where this vision where you see and you think I can’t do that because this, and it always has something to do with your weight. Everything is always framed from your weight. And that’s why like it pisses me off. When I see this fat acceptance thing, there is a complete, and I’m totally open to this being a problem with me and not being a weight thing. And I understand it’s all frame and I over it, I can be like, and I like live your life, but when you’re, but like there’s a fork in the road. And when you lose that weight, every everything that happens from that point is a reaction from losing all that weight. I wouldn’t have give

Sevan Matossian (24:41):

An example of something you can’t do. Gimme an example of something

Speaker 5 (24:44):

You can’t. Yeah. Well, I, I wouldn’t have walked up to the girl. That’s my wife. If I had been two 80 pounds, I was 200 pounds then and I felt great. So I walked up to the girl. That’s not my wife that would not have happened. I like, I would’ve probably reframed it and this, but I probably would’ve gone for somebody. My confidence would’ve been lower. That’s all I’m trying to say. And like when your confidence is lower, it affects every single decision you make. And it’s just a crazy compound interest. Like it’s, it’s like you either have a negative compound interest every day of your life or a positive compound interest every day, your life. And for me, a eight factor was losing the weight and it just changed all my confidence. And now, I mean, I don’t, life’s not perfect. You move on the next thing, but dude, it’s, it’s fucking awesome.

Speaker 5 (25:40):

If, if you’re somebody who’s on the, and that guy motivating you or that guy crying, didn’t motivate you. I’m like if you get up and you lose that weight, it will have all sorts of crazy effects and things you don’t even realize that are holding you back cause of your weight a hundred percent. Like I don’t think it would be really hard to imagine being really overweight and having to I have right now. And maybe again, I’m open to that being a problem with me, but it’s something you can change. You can act on it’s fucking nuts.

Sevan Matossian (26:19):

Uh, what’s worse. The sounds coming from Logan’s background or yesterday, um, Sammy in the background of, uh, Mattie’s call the entire time. I, I kind of wanna go back and listen to that podcast and just find out what she’s talking about the whole time she like talking like for an hour and a half in the background there.

Speaker 5 (26:39):

Yeah, Yeah man. It was like one of the first things he said to him. He said they better be doing million dollar deals in the background.

Sevan Matossian (26:49):

Hey, you know, what’s funny too, is it just shows what an arrogant POAs do. Chef turned into like 200 podcasts go. I just, would’ve just been like, oh my God, I can’t believe Matto keeps on. Now. I’m like, fuck this guy. Does he have no respect for me with having fucking someone talking in the background just completely.

Speaker 5 (27:05):

Well, that’s why I’m here. I’m here to, uh, like

Sevan Matossian (27:07):

Humble me.

Speaker 5 (27:08):

Get you used to background noise. Just fucking sounds like animals getting murdered, which not it’s not animals getting murdered. Not today. Everybody.

Sevan Matossian (27:18):

I can I, you something

Speaker 5 (27:21):

Go for it.

Sevan Matossian (27:23):

Okay. The a chain number eight, the, the Supreme good is like water, which nourishes all things without trying to it is content with the low places that people disdain. Thus, it is like the Dow and dwelling live close to the ground and thinking, keep on the simple and conflict. Be fair and generous and governing. Don’t try to control and work. Do what you joy in family life be completely present when you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete. Everybody will respect you. Number eight, damn, this book is good. Society treats fat people different. In my opinion, when I was fat, I didn’t get the attention and I did it. Oh yeah, of course they should treat. Everyone gets treated differently. If you’re a hundred pounds overweight, I saw something the other day someone said about being, um, if you can’t control what’s in your mouth, why should, what you put in your mouth? Why should anyone trust you with anything? And uh, they all, it was, there was also, if you, if you, once you can’t control what you put in your mouth, you can control everything else. Everything else is easy. Dude. Every everyone gets treated for different for everything. When you have the is gray beard, the world’s actually a little bit nicer to you and easier to you. You could sneak into fucking the criscross concert. No one’s questioning you.

Speaker 5 (28:41):

And when I

Sevan Matossian (28:42):

Hundred pounds go wait, lemme Mr. Mars, lemme tell you one more thing. No one wants their kid dating a fat person. No, one’s like, oh, here’s my beautiful daughter. I want her with a dude. Who’s a hundred pounds overweight. No one that nobody wants that. You’re basically burdening your and lemme tell you what something else. No one else wants. No one else wants to, no one wants to date a drug addict. So if you and your girlfriend like smoke weed every single day together, you guys kind of hate each other. No one wants to be with someone who smokes weed every day. No one wants to be with anyone who’s addicted to anything. Even this coffee, we all really wanna be with someone who’s really, really fucking cool. And who isn’t, who isn’t um, um, who’s who’s independent. No, no one, no one wants to be with the person who’s addicted to weed, addicted to Coke. No one wants to be with the person who drinks every day. No one. We, we,

Speaker 5 (29:35):

We, we’re all assessing different data points about different people. When somebody, you kind of take a lot of things at face value. And I know what’s maybe not good to do this, but so it’s like you said, you don’t want somebody dating a fat or you don’t want your kid dating a fat person. Like listen, like yeah. Some persons gonna hear that, take it outta context and get, but at the it’s like, wait, wait,

Sevan Matossian (29:57):

Would they take it? How would they take it outta context? What do you mean? Gimme.

The above transcript is generated using AI technology and therefore may contain errors.
Check out our other posts