#453 – Shenanigans with Hunter McIntyre

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

BA I’m more live Heidi. Good morning, Heidi. Um, Heidi, Heidi. Jamie. Good morning. You gonna get all juiced up. Jamie, Heidi. Oh, nearly Brandon. What’s up brother. Good morning, Kyle. Hey, yo, yo, yo, yo, I, um, I sent hunter the link late, so I don’t even know. Maybe he’s not even awake. I put my headphones on anyway. What if he does come in great show last night? What a day? Two podcast in one day. That’s always hard. It’s fun, but it’s kind of hard. I guess the hardest part is just being away from just all the other stuff I wanna do during the day. Like pool weeds, pick up dog poop, play with the kids. 7:00 AM Pacific standard time on the west coast of the United States of America. This lady hit me up at my DMS the other day and she goes, Hey, I went to school with, uh, I’m best friends with, uh, one of the girls. You went to high school with someone you went to high school with. I said, who? And she tells me the girl’s name, the girl’s name’s Gina. And I was like, oh yeah, I know her. And it was my girl. It was my girlfriend in high school’s best friend. Hey, good morning. No, that’s the way I like to start my mornings. That’s so nice,

Hunter McIntyre (01:44):

Dude. You know, I’m all hopped up on. This is not a promotion at all, but uh you’re what is it? Black street. Coffee, paper street. Coffee.

Sevan Matossian (01:51):


Hunter McIntyre (01:52):

Holy shit. I’m like

Sevan Matossian (01:55):

That’s good,

Hunter McIntyre (01:56):

Dude. I got this little thing

Sevan Matossian (01:58):

A girlfriend. Did you snort the line or did you drink it?

Hunter McIntyre (02:01):

I, I pack a little bump right here. Yep. Yep. And I got this thing called cap, uh, bee. It’s a lefty. It’s like this like big tin metal thing. My mom used to make with it when we were younger and I tried to get it super inefficient, takes like 10 minutes to cook, like a six ounce. Pour. I burn my fingertips on it all the time, but once I get it, it’s so good.

Sevan Matossian (02:22):


Hunter McIntyre (02:24):

I’ll show you how to do this. Hold on.

Sevan Matossian (02:25):

Hey, that sounds like most of life.

Hunter McIntyre (02:27):


Sevan Matossian (02:28):

You get your fingertips dirty, but once you get it, but once you get it, it’s good.

Hunter McIntyre (02:33):

You gotta get one of these classic things

Sevan Matossian (02:35):

You should. Oh, I think I have one of those. Those are amazing. Are you at your cabin right now?

Hunter McIntyre (02:40):

No, no, no. I’m at Kate’s place.

Sevan Matossian (02:41):

Oh, who’s Kate.

Hunter McIntyre (02:44):

Kate’s my girlfriend.

Sevan Matossian (02:45):

Oh, that’s um, hi girlfriend. That’s really cool that she has one of those. Your cabin needs one of those

Hunter McIntyre (02:50):

Do the cabin. The cabin’s great. One of these days, you’re gonna go and visit. Shit’s gonna be nice.

Sevan Matossian (02:57):

I really wanna go there.

Hunter McIntyre (02:59):

Mm mm.

Sevan Matossian (03:00):

Hey, how was the internet in your cabin?

Hunter McIntyre (03:03):

Premo. Premo. It’s actually better than my place in Malibu. Malibu is one of these kind of weird like Twilight zones. It’s like the Bermuda triangle. Like it seems like it should be the nicest place in the world with all of the access and all of the amenities, but it’s like stone age. Um, the cabins

Sevan Matossian (03:20):

Berkeley’s Berkeley. California’s like that too. All the richest fucking, um, uh, liberals in the world, uh, hate, hate black people hate, uh, and poor people think they’re the most superior people in the planet. And yet they have no like fucking fiber optic or high speed. Anything there just fucking cell tower. Tone ages. Yeah. They hate cell towers too. Yes.

Hunter McIntyre (03:42):

Fuck. These people hate their

Sevan Matossian (03:44):

Skin. I don’t think I like cell. I don’t think I like cell towers either. You know what happened? You know what happened to the real estate market there? I wonder if something like this happened in Malibu too, all the expensive homes were in the Hills and then in the last, like 10 in, in, and the flatlands were like, where, you know, like where all the shitty homes are, you know, where all the minorities lived. Yeah. Where I grew up. And uh, um, now it’s the script has been flipped. No one wants to live in the Hills cuz it’s too far of a drive to the airport. It’s 15, 20 minutes each way, even though it’s only two miles, you know? So, so, so every day you spend 40 minutes in your car just getting to the freeway and back.

Hunter McIntyre (04:21):

I actually like that.

Sevan Matossian (04:23):

Yeah. Okay. Well, I mean, yeah, I would like that too. Cuz I don’t get in my car. I do my whole world from fucking computer. But for these, these people, most of these, most of these libs have to commute to the city and they work like at Genentech, they work like at pharmaceutical giants and shit like that.

Hunter McIntyre (04:39):

Well, I mean, that’s kind of what’s going on here in Boulder. Um, boulders become like this entire like tech hub and it’s definitely a very interesting group of people. I, I, I don’t know what’s going

Sevan Matossian (04:51):

On. You think you’re gonna get pusified there? Let’s just face it. Let’s cut through the crap. The men, there are so trippy.

Hunter McIntyre (04:56):

I’m sick of it, dude. I passed somebody on my bicycle yesterday. We’re on bicycles

Sevan Matossian (05:02):


Hunter McIntyre (05:03):

And she’s inside the bicycle lane and I went around her and I said on your left and she didn’t hear me clearly enough. And she got upset with me by the way that I passed her. And

Sevan Matossian (05:13):

By the way, that was a man, by the way, that was a man

Hunter McIntyre (05:16):

Probably was. And I just, I keep on, like, I have been in more altercations here as an adult than I have been I’m from New York city. Yeah. Like you get stabbed on the subway for taking somebody’s seat. If you don’t, if you sit down and you don’t let the woman sit down, like that’s just the politics of the subway. Like there’s that kind of action down there. And I don’t have physical inter uh, you know, altercations in New York city here in Boulder. I’ve been in verbal fights, cuss outs. Like just so much shit because

Sevan Matossian (05:46):

Well you just know everyone, there is a pussy. So you feel like a tough guy. It’s, there’s, it’s really your fault. You just wanna fight people cuz you know, you can win all the fights there.

Hunter McIntyre (05:53):

I had a verbal text fight this morning too. It was nice. I called guy. I told you a little while ago when I was promoting one of my programs, I did this like kind of like, um, like this side by side image that I just Googled on, uh, on the internet and it was like endurance runner versus sprint.

Sevan Matossian (06:10):

Oh yeah.

Hunter McIntyre (06:10):

And I still am getting like messages from that. And that was over a month ago and I just, I just ripped this dude. A new one, psychological warfare is if there was actually like a job that was involved with psychological warfare, I would crush. And I also would probably be, you remember the movie at my cousin? Vinny?

Sevan Matossian (06:31):

Yes. Great movie. Love that movie.

Hunter McIntyre (06:33):

We just watched that this weekend. I was like that that’s me. I don’t even really need a law degree.

Sevan Matossian (06:37):

So, um, it, it’s probably pretty hard to argue with, um, with you about which body is better and performs better.

Hunter McIntyre (06:47):

Hold on. Look at that zoom in right there. There’s your old friend. Those are two athletes right there. World champions.

Sevan Matossian (06:53):

Oh yeah. Yeah. Here we go.

Hunter McIntyre (06:55):


Sevan Matossian (06:56):

Oh, looking, you’re making fun of him for how short he is.

Hunter McIntyre (06:58):

He made fun of me first though. He had it coming. Oh he made fun of me. He, he was making fun of me because my cash prize was so low. He was like, I don’t get

Sevan Matossian (07:05):

Outta that. Oh wow. Wow. Yeah. Wow.

Hunter McIntyre (07:09):

And then I hike checked him.

Sevan Matossian (07:11):

Yeah. That’s wow. That’s fair. Wow. Damn. You’re high rock shit. I couldn’t even fucking buy a pair of new fucking slave made Nikes with that.

Hunter McIntyre (07:19):

Yeah, that’s right. That’s

Sevan Matossian (07:20):

Right. And uh, and then you’re like, yo, you’re so fucking short. I couldn’t get pussy with that body. Yeah. And he, and that was it.

Hunter McIntyre (07:28):

I’ll admit though. Guys got some good banter. Uh, that’s what it takes to be a fucking champ.

Sevan Matossian (07:35):

He does have good banter.

Hunter McIntyre (07:36):

Yeah, dude. He’s clever. He’s clever.

Sevan Matossian (07:37):

Oh that’s good. That’s awesome.

Hunter McIntyre (07:38):

We’ve only worked out together once and the whole time he was talking shit and we were going back and forth and

Sevan Matossian (07:43):

I appreciate oh, that’s fun. Yeah. That’s cool. I didn’t know. He was cool like that. I had no idea.

Hunter McIntyre (07:48):

I mean I only met him once and uh, in that regard and it was a good time. I only got respect for him. Some people just,

Sevan Matossian (07:56):

Is this your girlfriend here? Is this Kate?

Hunter McIntyre (07:58):

No. That’s that’s like a, that’s like a decade ago. That’s Cassidy.

Sevan Matossian (08:01):

That’s some other random chick. You got your arm around God. Look at your hair there.

Hunter McIntyre (08:06):

I know shaved it picked it.

Sevan Matossian (08:09):

Hey. So what, what ended up happening in that? You basically posted a picture of yourself with the guy who has a different training regimen than you and been like, Hey, do you wanna look like this? Or do you wanna look like me? And it was a picture of your shirt off. And people like took shot. Like, Hey asshole, why do you gotta put down other people? Blah, blah, blah.

Hunter McIntyre (08:23):

Yeah. And it wasn’t, nothing was really directed at insulting him, but there was a compare and contrast kind of thing. Be like, Hey, this Apple’s red, this orange is, you know, orange. It was one of those kind of things. It was very much show like a factual statements. Like you could either be like this or you could be like this. Cuz I was promoting basically our off season, like, you know, strength program for endurance athletes. Let’s get big this summer. And I talked about it and I was amazed, man. Like I can literally go into my DMS. Right. And I can still show you hundreds of messages from this group of people. Cuz it got picked up by some kind of like runner’s blog. And they were very offended

Sevan Matossian (09:04):

If you wanna, if you, if you’re a man and you’re a runner, um, and, and you, and you have an eating disorder and you think it’s cool, the tighter, the clothes you wear the better and you like getting pegged by women. There is a city for you. It’s called Boulder, Colorado. Just move there. You’ll fit in Portland,

Hunter McIntyre (09:18):


Sevan Matossian (09:20):

Portland, Portland. Uh, but Portland, they’re just, they’re not even in shape though, at least in Boulder. Like, you know what I mean? At least in Boulder they can run. Portland is just zombie Villa man.

Hunter McIntyre (09:29):

But it’s really interesting, dude. If you see the people running on the trails here, they look like Smiggle they’re. So they’ve lost so much physical presence from the position of running like this all the time. Yeah. That they’ve started to kind of like contort their bodies into a small being. And I’m not saying it’s all like that and I’m not trying to insult runners by any means, but it is pretty crazy to see the athletic body that’s out here. You know, what’s super impressive. I ran with this guy, Sam long. He’s like the American he’s basically like our, our great hope for America to be good at triathlon. Again, I competed with like, not competed. We worked out cuz we have the same sponsor. Dude’s a beast. You should keep an eye on this dude.

Sevan Matossian (10:10):

His what’s his name?

Hunter McIntyre (10:11):

Sam long. His like motto is yo yo yo. And

Sevan Matossian (10:16):

Dude, I think that was keen and ivory Waynes. They had a show and that was their motto

Hunter McIntyre (10:21):

Piece. Anybody who likes endurance, you should follow this guy. I’m hoping that he takes the title back. Cuz America used to be very good at triathlon. And now they’re just pussies.

Sevan Matossian (10:33):

I, it suits Europe.

Hunter McIntyre (10:35):

Well it’s Austria, triathlon Europeans, dude, Austral, Europeans. Have it all.

Sevan Matossian (10:40):

Yeah, I could. I could see Europeans. I wanted, I wanted to, I wanted to show you something. I wanted show you a couple things. I, I saw a couple things, um, uh, that I, I thought were interesting.

Hunter McIntyre (10:51):

Can I ask you something about CrossFit real quick before I forget? Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (10:54):


Hunter McIntyre (10:54):

Yeah. You know, how did you notice that? A lot of like that most high end, CrossFiters like old CrossFit champions and podium athletes. Didn’t qualify for the CrossFit games. Do you think that with the new programming and stuff that CrossFit’s changing or athletes are just getting better and these old ones are, are getting out?

Sevan Matossian (11:13):

I mean, that, that was the whole, that was the whole kind of this last, um, weekend. We were kind of watching that. You mean like, so Yana, Koski took seventh or eighth. He’s the fucking Kovski

Hunter McIntyre (11:21):

Briggs. S Briggs is a little bit older, but she’s still such a Savage. We got Cigna’s daughter, Catherine David’s daughter. There was just like a handful of people names. You’re like, yeah, that should be a shoe in.

Sevan Matossian (11:32):

You might the big, yeah. The big ones were KA and Yana Koski. For sure. I don’t know what’s going on. I don’t know what’s going on. I mean, the we’re seeing what the we’re seeing there. We, we put up a bunch of videos of girls who are 14 years old who are not like big girls and, and they’re cleaning jerking two, two, uh, 200 pounds at 14.

Hunter McIntyre (11:55):

That’s freaky.

Sevan Matossian (11:56):

Yeah. And they’re just look, they’re just, they just look like just normal kids and uh it’s um, yeah, something’s happened. And now these kids are like 17, 18, 19. I mean, have you seen that, that girl, Olivia Eder that trains with Josh Hoeppner

Hunter McIntyre (12:09):

Dude that’s those girl. I was literally just about to bring up.

Sevan Matossian (12:12):

I, I don’t know what the hell is going on

Hunter McIntyre (12:14):

Over there years ago when she was still just a little girl and she wasn’t allowed to compete in the open because she, she wasn’t of age. Yeah. And her sister was a Savage and you know, I would go over and do open workouts with Hepner and this girl was just there doing her thing. And you know, much, like you go into many gyms, there’s always gonna be a couple kids in there doing their thing. Right. And now this girl cleaning jerks like 2 55

Sevan Matossian (12:38):

And, and like knows how to talk. Talk’s good. And like makes eye contact and stands up straight. And like

Hunter McIntyre (12:43):

Her dad’s a fucking beast too. Um,

Sevan Matossian (12:47):

I didn’t look him up, but all these I, this, uh, girl, um, Emma Lawson who won one of the semi-finals she’s 17. And I mean, people in the comments are like, dude, I couldn’t talk like that when I was 25. I mean, it’s just nuts. They’re just, they just seem like great kids too.

Hunter McIntyre (13:02):

You just trying to say CrossFits better than all other sports.

Sevan Matossian (13:04):

Well, it is. Yeah. You know, can’t help. Can’t help that. Just even the people walk around, you have 10 women walk into a, a, a room and, and you can, and five of ’em are CrossFiters and five of ’em do some other sport outside of maybe like gymnastics, the, the CrossFit women will completely stand out. No one walks into a room like Danielle, Brandon, or Nicole Carroll, or, you know what I mean? Or even Annie Sao, they just they’re. They’re like upright creatures.

Hunter McIntyre (13:30):

If we were the GoPro games this weekend, which is like one of the biggest outdoor festivals,

Sevan Matossian (13:35):

GoPro is still in business. They didn’t go out of business.

Hunter McIntyre (13:38):

Why does everyone keep on saying that? I said that to somebody else. And they were like, GoPro’s still in business. It’s massive.

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

Good. Okay. I’m glad I liked them. I like them. I’m glad to hear that. They’re they’re a cool brand. They released that drone and it fucking, it was a disaster. They released a drone and it was, it was a fucking disaster. And there’s so many people now in their space, the action camera space, but okay. I’m typing up GoPro games. Where was it?

Hunter McIntyre (14:00):

It was in veil. Did you know that? Do you know that Amazon tried to launch a cell phone while ago, like companies that are successful can make mistakes. All

Sevan Matossian (14:08):


Hunter McIntyre (14:10):

Um, what was gonna say though? There’s

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

Always go pro mountain games go pro mountain games veil. So, so that’s a good sign that it’s in veil. That means they’re they are richest shit and they have money to burn.

Hunter McIntyre (14:17):

Dude. I paid $500 a night for a hotel room. That was basically a Harry Potter closet

Sevan Matossian (14:22):


Hunter McIntyre (14:24):

Fuck fail.

Sevan Matossian (14:25):

Why did you go?

Hunter McIntyre (14:27):

Uh, I did this single speed mountain bike race. Kate did it too. Um, and we just went to watch all these athletes just go beast mode.

Sevan Matossian (14:36):

You couldn’t get a sponsor to fucking take care of that for you.

Hunter McIntyre (14:41):

I’m lucky enough that I have sponsors that like monetarily support me. So, you know, I should take some of the budget that they give me to spend on actually showing up for

Sevan Matossian (14:48):

That. Oh, okay. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Sorry. Go on. So you went there, you went to the GoPro mountain games.

Hunter McIntyre (14:53):

Well, I was just trying to make a statement about CrossFitters. There was all these endurance athletes walking around being endurance athletes. And then there was a couple CrossFiters that were walking around and they walked around like this and I’m like,

Sevan Matossian (15:03):


Hunter McIntyre (15:04):

That is that what I look like? Cuz that’s embarrassing.

Sevan Matossian (15:07):

That is what you look like. I like, <laugh> just,

Hunter McIntyre (15:11):

They literally walk, look, walk as if like, if there was a door that wasn’t six feet wide, they wouldn’t be able to make it through. I don’t want that in my life. I kind of wanna be like Keyman master universe meets like a slender beautiful like guest stomp from, from um, beauty and the beast. That’s me.

Sevan Matossian (15:31):

I want my girl strong. Um, but I wanna tell you something standard. When I look at the comments, I see your post. I right away just thought it was spam. I don’t know if it’s your logo or what, but um, Hey, y’all someone posted in the gym. Owner’s Facebook form about Puy, the clown and our general perception of it. What do you think G’s perception was? They told him that a puking clown could never be the mascot of a successful company and like any fucking genius. He said, eat a fucking fat Dick. And he fucking pushed it like no other and people if when they work out, every per human being in their life should experience. At least once every year that they worked out. So fucking hard that they wanna fucking puke. And if you’re not doing that, you’re not fucking living your life to its most. And everything else is just a bunch of pussies.

Sevan Matossian (16:14):

And, and, and if you’re like 207, like my mom, maybe it’s not puking, but, but on a regular basis, I’m sure my, my mom has these thoughts. Oh fuck. Is my heart gonna pop? Or am I gonna have a stroke or is one some fucking clot? And my artery gonna fucking slip and fucking get stuck in my MEA Alanga and I’m gonna have a stroke if you are not training like that, at least once in a while. You’re fuck you. You’re not living your life. And that’s what that puke. But you thought about it. You felt sick many a time. Right?

Hunter McIntyre (16:45):

I actually have a throw up test workout at my house. That’s guaranteed to make people throw up.

Sevan Matossian (16:49):

See it’s okay. You should feel if you, if you have an assault bike and at least once a year, you don’t get off it and don’t feel good for like 30 minutes. You you’re not, you’re not. Who are you? And I don’t wanna hear about any marketing or perception or none of that. Fuck that sh all that noise. Okay. Let’s let’s have something waiting for. Let’s have something fun waiting for, um, for, uh, hunter when he gets back. I, I really like this

Hunter McIntyre (17:18):


Sevan Matossian (17:18):

Okay, here

Hunter McIntyre (17:19):

We go. I’m trying to get some fuel for the morning.

Sevan Matossian (17:21):

Uh, is that a Coke? Let me see that

Hunter McIntyre (17:23):

Mexican Coke fitted athletic brewing in a bundle of bananas. We’re gonna get through this.

Sevan Matossian (17:30):

I OOI. You’re gonna, you’re gonna rotten. Hell.

Hunter McIntyre (17:33):

I really don’t think that’s true. If we live on the essence of what you were just discussing, you were like, you need to like move your body so hard that there’s this like primal shift where you’re about to throw up and like your body needs to adapt to muscle fibers and its hair tone to be

Sevan Matossian (17:49):


Hunter McIntyre (17:50):

Is that me?

Sevan Matossian (17:52):

No. Could be.

Hunter McIntyre (17:53):

Then you should be able.

Sevan Matossian (17:54):

So I’m sorry. How are you gonna fit a bottle of fucking a recycled dirty bottle from Mexico? That’s clean with piss. Um, how are you gonna fit that into like the importance of working out so hard? You almost puke.

Hunter McIntyre (18:04):

You just shunt that. Straightened your body and get stronger.

Sevan Matossian (18:07):

<laugh> you’re outta here. Gored. Okay. Listen

Hunter McIntyre (18:11):

Type in nutrient timing by Dr. John Ivy read any of this stuff. You’ll be like, oh wow. That’s so interesting hunter.

Sevan Matossian (18:17):

Okay. Uh, hunter, um, is looking for a Coon. Okay, ready? Here we go. Hey, CrossFit has the Lamees sponsors, whoop noble and Coke or monster, whoever. I was just thinking about that yesterday. There’s such weak brands. Whoop

Hunter McIntyre (18:32):


Sevan Matossian (18:33):

Noble’s so weak. So it’s so woke. It’s so sad.

Hunter McIntyre (18:38):

You guys could actually spend the same amount of money on getting a watch that tells the time Uhhuh and tracks your distance that you run. And it will give you basically all the same exact metrics that whoop does. But also I’m just gonna let you guys know that. Keeping something on your wrist right here with the amount of arm hair that you have and the tightness of all the ligaments and bone structure and muscle down there and VA restriction that happens when you move your wrist gives you guys inaccurate reads, and basically means that the things a P O S but you guys wanna keep on spending $24 a month on something that gives you information that first off you don’t need. And second off is inaccurate. I will let you all continue to spend that money. There’s a reason why the most high end athletes in the entire world don’t wear them. And everybody else who wants to be a high end athlete wears them. I’m done with my spiel, Mike

Sevan Matossian (19:28):

Bam, Mike. Oh, but LeBron, but, but LeBron uses it,

Hunter McIntyre (19:33):

But does LeBron get paid a fuck ton of money and probably hold equity in the company. LeBron also used to put chalk on his hand and run up and go like this before every single fucking game. So that guy doesn’t make all the best decisions

Sevan Matossian (19:45):

And he sell great, uh, the standard. Haha. Not spam. I hadn’t heard that story. All right. Then we definitely train like that. What’s the throw up test. No, no, but before you change the throw up test, I’m gonna show this. Listen to this. Listen, here we go.

Hunter McIntyre (19:55):

Let’s get some callers in here.

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

Here we go. Can you hear this? I can’t. Oh, darn it. Darn it. Darn it. Darn it. Darn it.

Hunter McIntyre (20:05):

Good. Amateur move

Speaker 3 (20:07):

Are made from genetically modified cotton repeatedly treated with synthetic substances, chemically bleached, and are presented as safe products to women who have no idea what they’re putting into their most susceptible area.

Hunter McIntyre (20:22):

Have you guys heard about

Speaker 3 (20:23):

Companies at well known endocrine disruptors, including folates parabins plastics and fragrances without any information about potential risks, all the name substances worsen your periods and correlate with androgen imbalances, including a severe state of estrogen dominance. The female private area is made of sensitive and

Sevan Matossian (20:45):

Per uh, he’s talking about the vagina.

Hunter McIntyre (20:48):

Good information.

Sevan Matossian (20:49):

Okay. For me apple

Speaker 3 (20:50):

Tissue. Therefore what you expose it to matters?

Sevan Matossian (20:55):

I just wanna say that I, I, in the translation that that’s not your private area, that’s your vagina. Your private area is um,

Hunter McIntyre (21:02):

Not the private one I’m around.

Sevan Matossian (21:04):

I don’t know what your private areas my but it’s. Yeah. And um, I wanna tell all women this no good man is freaked out at all by anything having to do with your vagina. They’re not freaked out by your period. They’re not freaked out by yeast infection. They’re not, they don’t give a shit. They’re cool. And they don’t want you to use any. They don’t, they don’t want you to use anything that’s bad for your vagina ever. And they’ll fucking run to the store and get you whatever you need. And I’m just telling you, like, I like that this guy’s saying this don’t find what’s perfect. And, and, and make sure you do it. Don’t do, this is fucking nuts. That the same people who make fucking chocolate bars are making stuff to put in our girls’ vaginas. Sorry, go check this one out. Okay. Yeah. Yeah.

Hunter McIntyre (21:53):

This one’s from Caspar. S Z U L C. My friend posted this.

Sevan Matossian (21:59):

Is it about vaginas?

Hunter McIntyre (22:01):

No, no, no. It’s even better.

Sevan Matossian (22:02):

Okay. Since then. Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Hunter McIntyre (22:05):

There’s better things in the vagina.

Sevan Matossian (22:07):

The thoughts that are about to come outta Hunter’s mouth are his own.

Hunter McIntyre (22:11):

Yeah. Hold on. This is, this is basically a thing that you, you just posted, but it’s about sunscreen. This freaked me the fuck out. Since the introduction of sunscreen with oxybenzone now in 70% of sunscreens skin cancer rates have risen by 200% more people are diagnosed with skin’s, uh, each year in the us than in all other cancers combined. 90%, 7% of people tested with Oxy. Um, Benzone are in 97% of these people tested, have ox zone in their urine. Now this could be corollary with the fact that we’ve just gotten better at testing some of these things, but how fucking scary would that be? If the chemicals and sunscreen really were causing that many problems.

Sevan Matossian (22:53):

Hey, I, I don’t, I don’t know what the, I don’t know what the percentage is, but the, is she walking around naked? No. Oh, um, uh, I don’t know what the percentage is, but so much of what we know the opposite is true. So much of what, what people think, um, is, uh, it’s it’s it doesn’t, it wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest. I’m not, I wouldn’t be surprised in the slightest. Would you?

Hunter McIntyre (23:27):

It would suck

Sevan Matossian (23:29):

Because you’ve worn so much.

Hunter McIntyre (23:31):

I, I try not to, but like my face is always so sunburnt and I don’t understand. It’s like, what are my options? If I don’t put it on, do I just get wrecked by the sun constantly?

Sevan Matossian (23:43):

You have some, it looks like you have fair skin.

Hunter McIntyre (23:46):


Sevan Matossian (23:48):

Uh, oxybenzone is a cornucopia of NA has a. Corn is a cornucopia of nasty side effects. It’s considered ha hazardous eye irritant. And as an allergen is also known to cause skin allergies as a hormone disruptor to corral. I don’t know what that is. It also causes hormone disruption in humans affecting estrogen production, particularly women in testosterone. Oh my goodness.

Hunter McIntyre (24:13):

This woman’s trying to say that I need to stop eating seed oils and I won’t get burnt. I don’t think I eat seed oils. And then there’s this other person saying that there’s someone who’s about to sell an animal based sunscreen? What the fuck does that even mean? Also, if there’s anybody who’s like an Instagram influencer and they start a business, which I kind of falling into that category now, which is unfortunate. I don’t trust them. Cuz they usually just look at marketing trends and then they just slap their name on top of it and basically sell shit, which is not good. You shouldn’t trust people that you see on the internet with six packs. I’m just saying they probably are lying to you.

Sevan Matossian (24:45):

Hey, uh, same with the blue check marks. Hey, maybe it’s um, maybe if, if you just took poop and rubbed it on you, it would block out the sun. And if it’s like poop from a horse, it wouldn’t be bad. And that’s what they mean by animal based. Uh,

Hunter McIntyre (25:01):

Well I try not to shower, dude. I think when you don’t shower and like, I just jump in the pool and if you don’t get things that break down the oils on your skin, I think it’s way better. And I get people, people say like, oh man, you should shower more often. I was like, nah, bro. I mean, sometimes I get a little bit of that spank, but other than that,

Sevan Matossian (25:19):

I don’t think I’ve washed my face in 30 years.

Hunter McIntyre (25:23):

Yeah, I think was so I saw scam. Dude’s so crazy. Like if you go down to like Africa and you see those people down there, they have like the whitest teeth and the most beautiful skin. And there’s out there in the sun all day long doing their thing. Usually when you go to third world countries, they all like, look, if, if they haven’t like got like the sugar and all that other shit in their diet, they usually just look amazing. And they live outside in the sun all day long

Sevan Matossian (25:50):

And they don’t shower. Yeah. They don’t have showers. Okay. I wanna read this to you. This is from someone called tulip R and this, this isno, I’m just kind of public cervix announcements with Chevon and hunter. I wanna tell you, I wanna tell everyone what they took from us, what irreversible really means and what that reality looks like for us. No one told me any of this. What I’m about to tell you now this was a boy that transitioned to this was a man that transitioned to a woman. These are some of the things he’d like to make sure he shares with you. Okay? You ready? I have no sensation in my crotch region at all. You could stab me with a knife and I wouldn’t know, the entire area is numb. Like it’s a shell shocked and unable to comprehend what happened even four years on.

Sevan Matossian (26:31):

No one told me that the base area of your penis is left. Meaning he had his penis removed, but there’s still something there. It can’t be removed. Meaning you’re left with a literal stump inside that, that twitches. When you take testosterone in your libido returns, you wake up with morning wood without the tree. I wish this was a joke. And if you do take testosterone after being post off, you run the risk of the internal hair and the Neo vagina. Imagine dealing with internal hair, growth apps after everything, what a choice be healthy on testosterone and a freak or remain a sexless UNIC. And that’s something that will never come back. And one of the reasons why I got the surgery, my sex drive died six months after H R T. And at the same time, I’m glad I got rid of it. But now 10 years later, I’m realizing what I’m missing out on. And I won’t get it back because even if I had a sex drive, my Neo vagina is so narrow and small. I wouldn’t even be able to have sex if I wanted to. And when I do use a small dilator, I have random pockets of sensation that only seem to pick up pain rather than pleasure. Any pleasure I do get comes from the prostate that was moved forward and rad in gland from the penis, meaning anal sex. Isn’t possible. It can risk further damage.

Hunter McIntyre (27:38):

The fuck.

Sevan Matossian (27:39):

Then there’s dreams. I dream often that I have both sets of genitals in the dream. I’m distressed. I have both. Why both? I think I tell myself to wake up because I know it’s just a dream and I awaken into a living nightmare and those moments of amnesia I could wake up and, and it goes on and on and on. Here’s the thing

Hunter McIntyre (27:59):

To have. It’s too heavy for me.

Sevan Matossian (28:01):

Here’s the thing. I’ll wrap it up. Here’s the thing. Do not, if you, if you want your genitalia removed, take a deep breath and think about it for five or 10 years. I’m telling you 99.9, nine, 9% of the people who do this end up regretting it. Because the reason why is that’s not where there there’s no happiness there.

Hunter McIntyre (28:21):

I don’t even know how you brought this up. We were talking about sunscreen.

Sevan Matossian (28:24):

No, these are in, we were talking about influencers,

Hunter McIntyre (28:28):

I guess. You’re right. Check.

Sevan Matossian (28:31):

Have your genitalia removed.

Hunter McIntyre (28:35):

I don’t know that. Got that. Got heavy. I don’t know if I’m comfortable having these kind of conversations.

Sevan Matossian (28:41):

You’re not. That’s why Matt Fraser doesn’t have a show with me anymore. You’ll be next. Don’t worry

Hunter McIntyre (28:45):

Because you guys brought that up so often this is getting deep. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (28:51):

No, cuz he was smart. He got off before I brought them up. Okay. Okay. Ready? Round two here. This, this one’s really gonna make you uncomfortable.

Speaker 4 (28:59):

Which one would you rather have? All I guess. All right. Thank you neither, neither. Seriously. This is courtside ticket. Does that change your mind? No. Would you rather have a ticket to a w N B a game or $1? $1 you go, man. Which one would you rather have? All I guess. All right. Thank you neither. Seriously. This is courtside ticket. Does that change your mind? No. Would

Sevan Matossian (29:19):

You rather have a ticket? No. I have a question for you, hunter. Would you rather have $1 or a court side ticket to the w B?

Hunter McIntyre (29:30):

Well probably.

Sevan Matossian (29:32):

Did you just look at your girlfriend?

Hunter McIntyre (29:34):

No, no. She’s looking out the door. Probably the dollar, because I think about one I’d have to get, I’m not gonna go to a w B game by myself, so I’m gonna have to buy somebody else a ticket. And then, and then I think about the time it took to get there, like even if you gave me tickets to a regular NBA game, it’d be questionable if I went, oh, come on. Really? Okay. Well that’s fair. That’s fair. I’d love to go to a re a.

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