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May 6, 2022

Am I The Asshole | A Pizza Guy Delivers More Than Just Pizza!


What's up Wikimaniacs! In today’s episode, we have our buddy Stuart from British Murders joining us today!

Our stories involve:

  • 00:00 Intro
  • 02:06 British Murders TikTok
  • 08:33 A Woman Isn't Thrilled About Sister's Pregnancy
  • 14:13 Wife Doesn't Respect Husband's Privacy
  • 21:44 Pizza Guy Delivers More Than Just Pizza
  • 29:54 Woman Makes Coworkers Think She's Single
  • 39:18 Outro

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Transcript
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What's up wicked maniacs.

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My name is Josh shell and I am

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the asshole hosts here on Reddit, on Wiki with me.

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Is Mr.

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Reliable?

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John What is up, John?

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Apparently I'm not a professional podcaster.

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Cause I did not change my attire.

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Yeah.

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bit of an amateur,

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No costume change for me, but Hey, I'm here like every week.

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but I think it's your birthday this

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week that the episode comes out.

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So happy

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Technically it is.

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Oh, thank you.

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Thank you.

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I am an older man.

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So a fun,

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do

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you want to say how old?

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I'm in my thirties, I'll tell you that.

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Okay.

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Early or, or

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late.

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Early, early thirties,

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I grow a semi facial hair to kind of make it look like that.

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But really I look like I am a 12 year old?

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as tall as a 12 year old to.

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Uh, well, that's awesome, man.

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Happy birthday.

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Hope you had a

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good time.

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No,

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at orientation at my new job, but

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so Shawn is still off celebrating his own birthday.

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he'll be back next week though.

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I believe so.

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filling in for the old man is our very special guests.

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He is from the incredibly popular podcasts, British murders, the

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podcast that focuses exclusively on British murder cases.

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And I'm going to respectfully call him Sherlock Holmes of podcasting.

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Please.

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Welcome Stuart blues.

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How's it going, Stewart.

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I'm very well.

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Thanks Josh.

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I like the intro.

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I will accept everything you have put towards me, including

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the praise of the show.

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It's great to be here.

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I'm very excited.

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Awesome.

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Awesome.

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I'm glad you've accepted the Sherlock Holmes title.

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I'm going to call John your Watson today if that's okay.

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I couldn't ask

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for about

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Watson.

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Far east Watson.

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That's who I am,

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so, uh, Stuart, you are very

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popular in

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TechTalk.

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You have over 360,000

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Jeez flex on Umbro

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whatever.

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Well, Nana.

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YouTube, by the way, YouTube

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not that, not that high on YouTube for the record.

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Okay.

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Well, tick doc, you know, that's, that's where all the kids are these days.

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Yeah.

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that's what, that's what

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I'm

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that's where it matters.

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so go follow a British mirrors on, on Tik

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TOK, if you haven't.

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do you do exclusively British murder cases on Tik TOK?

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Or do you branch off a little bit more?

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I do requests on there.

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So people comment and they say, are, do a case for, is to be phased.

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Normally British people, asking for cases in British areas where they

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live, cover a case from wherever Leeds, Southampton, anywhere in.

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And I just kind of pick one Google a case.

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If I find it interesting, I'll make a video.

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I've been slacking recently.

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Because when he got to this level, it's, uh, you know, I need an assistant

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You don't have to put out content.

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They'll eat it up no matter what, right.

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and that's what it is.

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His guest gets to a stage where if you do something

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because it has to be every day on Tik TOK, realistically, now you

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guys are obviously doing different segments on different episodes.

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So you've got more content to pickup.

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Whereas I, I have to do something brand new every single day,

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if I want to continue that.

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And it's when you're doing the actual podcast as well.

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It just gets a bit much.

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So I'm trying to prioritize what I'm doing rather than having my

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hand in spinning plates as it were.

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That's fair.

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You should just do.

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You should do a case once a week and then do a tick-tock dance every other day.

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That's what you should,

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do that.

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I could do that.

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I could done so on my top off that might help, but.

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your fans will be like this.

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Isn't what I came here

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for, but I'm staying for, the

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dance moves.

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Yeah.

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People complain about anything.

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That's true.

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That's true.

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what's uh, before we hop in, what, what's one of your favorite cases

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that you've covered on Tik TOK?

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Ooh, there's a local, uh, say a legend is, is renowned.

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Should I say?

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and his name is in African.

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Gentlemen originally, but because his name is quite long and hard

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to pronounce his surname, I think is Arkin Wallay or something.

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But archi for short, now people call him it's really bad.

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They call him purple.

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AQI right.

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If you look, if you look into why that is or what going

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through exists, it's not nice.

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It's a, basically

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like a racist name for the guy.

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That's just become common tongue, which is awful.

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But then this guy likes to feel men's muscles.

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Right.

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He, so he frequents many cities and towns in the north of England.

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So Liverpool, for example, he's been to Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle,

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all these places north of England.

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And he apparently is about six foot eight built, like what would

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we would call a brick shit house.

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So it was built is a beast.

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Basically.

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It's probably his sixties now.

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And he would go up to.

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And ask them how much their bench has been doing this for decades.

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How much do you bench?

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Oh, and then he'd get talking to people who are quite well built about the gym.

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And then he would ask to like, feel their muscles are asking.

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He would ask them to like, if he could put them on his shoulders

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and squat them and stuff,

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really bizarre.

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Uh,

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so he goes up to Jack dudes and then just like flexes on them.

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He's like, I can bend.

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I can, I can squat.

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You.

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Yeah, And it just wants to feel the biceps and stuff is really straight.

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Interesting.

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That's really interesting.

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Ah, I've never heard of them before.

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I'm

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going to, going to look at that.

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Tick-tock that's,

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Stuart, it has another video with the Michael Myers and

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that shit.

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Correct me up with the comments do it.

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I'm

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like Kyle, can people be this dense?

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Yeah.

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It just,

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your most popular

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ones too.

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Isn't it?

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yeah,

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just just for context.

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So I did, I used to do a, just.

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Clips from a podcast on there.

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And one day I was working on a thought I must've watched Halloween and I

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thought, wouldn't it be funny if I did a video on Michael Maya's book,

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did it from a serious, I can airplane naked gone inside that kind of comedy.

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And it was like a.

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This is the America's worst mass murderer.

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And then I basically just tell the story of the first Halloween

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film said, Michael Myers.

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He killed his sister.

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They're just six.

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I would even have like the green screen behind me was the actors

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and people would

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Jamie Lee Curtis is in

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exactly.

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Yeah.

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And people are like, oh, ah, you know that, this sounds is he still alive?

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It's like, dude,

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how have you not seen Halloween?

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But that video blew up my, that got like a million views in

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five hours or something madness.

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That's so fucking fun.

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So, but then people started asking for like Freddy Krueger.

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I did horror movie villains for a while and sequels of films and all this shit.

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But then I got back into the true crime.

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I go through phases with it really.

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I liked the thought.

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Now that every time of your fans

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listens to a tech doc, they're like, is this a movie?

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And they're always just in the back of their mind, they're like not sure.

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Yeah, well, like John says, if anyone sees that and has a chance, he's

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one of my pins with three videos.

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I think

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if

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It's hilarious.

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to go through the comments, they are frantic.

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Because at first, when I was on a more often, I would reply to people when

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they would say, bro, this is Halloween.

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And I'd be like, what's Halloween.

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Like this is a movie.

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Yeah.

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I was really trolling at the time.

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It was like a movie.

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Well, that sounds like a good move and

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like playing it serious, but yeah, cause obviously mark,

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mark comments that you get.

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If you get people to buy and respond back, if the pissed

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off it boost your engagement.

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So that's why I did it that, and it's funny.

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So, go to Stewart's, uh, go to that video and then comment.

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Wow.

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I didn't know.

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This was a real thing.

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might reply.

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to

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might reply.

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He might reply.

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That's awesome.

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I love that.

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so, now that we're like eight minutes in, we better get to it.

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Some assholes here.

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besides Stuart being an asshole, trolling his fans.

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yep.

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so in today's episode, we've have a woman who isn't

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thrilled about her sister's pregnancy, a wife who doesn't respect her

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husband's privacy, a pizza delivery guy delivers more than just pizza

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Oh, that sounds like a porn scene.

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and a woman makes her employees think that she said.

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before we hop into the stories today, if you do have an MIV Asil

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story, you would like us to cover.

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Now, with all that housekeeping out of the way, it's time to evaluate some assholes.

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Are you guys ready?

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Never been ready?

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Awesome.

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So, first story, am I the

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asshole for not being happy that my sister is pregnant

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again and again, as an all caps.

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there seems to be issues here, but let's dive right in.

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my sister got knocked up by her boyfriend right out of high school.

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Got married the next year, then proceeded to pop out another baby every year or so.

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And now she has four babies at 24.

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It's impressive.

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They're very fertile people, both of them.

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she's a stay at home mom, even though she was brilliant and could have

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gotten a free ride to a great unit.

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Since hers are the only grandkids our parents have fond over her.

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Like she's the next coming of Christ, biggest show, every new tooth or

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haircut, like at some huge achievement.

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problem is her husband's business.

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Wasn't great.

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Even before COVID and is barely limping along.

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Now, my sister doesn't work and my parents have limited.

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So guess who's constantly being told to lend them some money for shit

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like free school fees, car seats, car payments, new strollers, et cetera.

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They don't even ask.

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My mom just texted me.

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Your sister needs X amount of money

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for the kids, and I'm supposed to just cough it up.

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If I complain, they accuse me of being jealous because I

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don't have a husband and family,

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Oh, fuck.

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even though I'm older.

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and she put some brackets.

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I'm only 26.

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which, yeah, I'm, I'm 28.

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So that's, you know, shots at me too.

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so over Easter I noticed my sister isn't drinking and I

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think, oh God, here we go again.

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Sure enough, she stands up and announces that she's, being inseminated

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with another precious miracle.

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I don't, I doubt that's how she said it.

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This is just probably that there is

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No one's ever said it that way before.

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no one.

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I hope no one said it unless it's actual insemination, you know, I mean,

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Everyone's gushing.

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And I just tried to stay quiet and out of the way later, she asked

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me if everything's all right and I try to play it off, but she pushes.

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So I asked her if her and her husband can really afford another

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baby.

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She very Snipley replies.

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God will provide as he has so far, which really pissed me off.

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I'll tell you what someone should have gotten snipped.

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I'll tell you that God Lee.

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God doesn't acknowledge snipping.

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Okay, John,

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Oh, my bad.

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Those are sinners.

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I yelled at no, actually God didn't provide for

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babies.

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I did.

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w and I wasn't going to give them any more handouts.

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that's such a good comeback

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Uh, that's a great line.

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it devolved into a big argument with everyone shouting at me, and

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basically I've been banned from my family unless I apologize.

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And I have an

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apologize.

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It's been radio silence except for one text from my mom saying that if my sister

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miscarries it's my fault for stressing her

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Oh, my

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I asked if my sister was showing any symptoms, but no one will answer or tell.

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I don't know.

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I don't think I'm the asshole, but I don't want to be the reason she miscarries also.

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I think I might be the asshole because secretly I think it would

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be better if she did, even though I wouldn't say that to her.

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So if she

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did

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miscarry, am I the asshole?

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Last

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yeah, the last

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comment is kind of

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an it's a Dick move.

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To be fair.

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I don't think she's ever said that to her sister.

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But she's thought

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though,

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Yeah.

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you thought.

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it?

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back of the mind, but, is she the asshole?

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No.

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No.

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for me

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without context.

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Like, this is why you should always read an article and not just read the headline

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because with the best on the headline it's site, what an asshole, but then

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you read the context and it's like, nah,

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Yeah.

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they're like these clickbaity titles really in,

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Yeah.

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I gotta say not the asshole.

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I think your sister should be smart enough to realize her limits in life.

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And, I know these, they sound very religious and I'm

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not gonna comment on that.

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I know they're probably against, abortion or anything like.

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Which, whatever that's your choice.

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but yeah, you probably shouldn't keep trying to

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have more kids if you know, you can't afford it.

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Like that is a, not a smart choice in general.

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I think.

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Honestly, if I was the first of all, I don't think the sisters that asshole, if

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I was there though for every check that I provided them, I would also give them

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a, bag of condoms every single time.

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I'm getting it wrong.

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Get it in But like, don't get it in there too pregnant.

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It's like, shit,

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I'd I'd make them.

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sign a contract where, based on how much money I provide, I then own a

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percentage of that kid.

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So

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then you'll have your own kids soon.

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Spoken like a true cult leader,

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yeah, I don't know.

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I think honestly, if they're cutting.

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Just let them, I mean,

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it's

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you saving a lot of

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and harder to do, just being cut out from your family, but at least then,

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yeah, you're not providing you don't have to give them any more money.

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you can just, ignore those requests.

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it's really shitty of them just to expect you to pay for things.

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And that's not fair for you and you should be able to spend

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your money on what you want.

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And if you're, if you're giving them money, that's.

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Stunting your growth to eventually, if you want to have kids, or if

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you find a husband and wanna to get married, to pay for that,

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that's kind of stunting your life in that way.

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So I'd cut them off from your

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funds.

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And then just, just lay down some ground rules.

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the asshole is the father of having a weak pullout game.

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That's going on a clear, Hey, by the way, also financial advice.

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If you're doing your income tax, you better claim them as your

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dependence and get that money back.

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Claim your sister and her husband is

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dependence as

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Yes.

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And the kids and the kids as

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Yeah.

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God

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damn.

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You want to have a nice little refund, baby?

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yeah, not the asshole.

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lay down some ground rules and, uh,

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The guys pull up game.

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yeah, maybe send them a video on how to pull out this.

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but with that, we'll move on to our second story.

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Am I the asshole for searching my

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husband's pants without asking him first?

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It almost sounds like I'm, now That I read it actually out loud,

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it sounds like a

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nonconsensual.

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Yes,

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I take it.

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You mean like search in his pockets and stuff before she puts the wash?

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Yeah.

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See, I was like, oh, this is fine.

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And then I just read it and I'm like, that's sex more

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sexual than I thought it would be.

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Oh, he's still wearing the pants

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No.

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So we'll get we'll

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get into the story.

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Yeah.

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I'll provide the

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context.

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There you go.

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so actually she starts off, providing some context.

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So she says my husband, a 33 year old male used to be unemployed for a year,

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but he recently started a job at aware.

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yesterday, while I was about to do the laundry, I grabbed his

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work pants and dug my hands in his pockets to empty them before putting

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them into the washing machine.

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Like I always do.

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My husband just happened to walk by when he saw me searching his pants pockets.

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He rushed in yelling at me to put his pants down.

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I already had a folded piece of paper, but he snatched it,

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and started screaming at me about how I have no respect for his

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privacy and that I shouldn't be getting my hands on his thing.

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Doing his washing for him, the fuck doing my wash.

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God, God,

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know, like that's, I would prefer that I put so many things in my pockets and

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then I just forget them in the wash.

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Sometimes I would, I would love that if someone took stuff out before I

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put it in, I've ruined many batteries and, that way I'm not a smart man.

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so I was genuinely dumbfounded and I told them to take it easy.

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I always do this before doing laundry.

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He lashed out

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at me saying I had no right and I've should have come to him and asked him

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first, because he was worried about important documents getting lost.

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Like the one I pulled out,

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Would you put it in your fucking pants?

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literally the next sentence, I said, How important documents

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shouldn't be in his pockets.

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Um, I asked him to see the paper, but he said he wouldn't show me.

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I asked why.

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And he said, I don't get to ask him Jack shit.

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After I disrespected his privacy, I almost laughed because of what

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privacy does he have in his pockets.

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It wasn't like I was a stranger digging through.

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He refused to speak to me and later bought a new closet with a lock

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and moved his clothes inside of it.

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I asked if he was serious and he said, this will teach me to respect his

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privacy and determine my snooping.

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Then went back to not speaking to me.

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I am so genuinely

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confused.

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Am I the asshole?

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The small, fuck a cheating.

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Yeah.

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That's the first

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thing I thought

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is lost all the savings into some kind of crypto scheme.

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It's Sean.

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Holy shit.

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Yeah.

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It's pretty natural to empty the pockets before you put them on

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a wash.

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Right.

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And you just put them on the

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That's not a weird thing.

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No.

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and we have three different countries here today, so it's not weird.

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It's not weird in America and it's not weird in Canada, so I don't know where

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you are, but it's not weird probably where

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you're from.

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That's a lot of English speaking nations and you wrote this in English.

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So I'm going to say

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it's not weird.

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your guys' weird though.

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he has to be cheating, right?

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Like there's no other.

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Fucking important documents.

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Could you have in your pocket, first of all, why would you fold an

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important document in your pocket?

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To keep it safe.

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Okay.

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but

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I can't even think of a justification I'm trying to, but I can't, I can't think of

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like,

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if I was in a, in a top secret, job and I had important documents, I'm probably

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going to tell my girlfriend or wife

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anyway, but what they are.

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Oh, Josh, you shouldn't have told me that.

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I'm not as secure.

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I'm a security risk.

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I might have to take you out.

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My God.

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That's fair.

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That's fair.

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but yeah, like, I, I, don't understand it.

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It seems like he either has to be cheating or something other nefarious thing.

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I don't

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know.

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If it's cheap.

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And

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what do you thinks on the pair for?

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Because surely if someone's number.

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Put that in his

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We're on a phone,

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Yeah.

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So

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keys, maybe.

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I don't know.

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what would you have on a piece of paper that you

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can't put in your phone?

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I receipt maybe, maybe it's like a dinner receipt or yeah.

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Like,

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That's a good.

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maybe it's something like that.

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that's the only thing I can really think of a receipt of some sort.

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cause I always awkwardly say yes to receipt even though I never.

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And then I just have them sitting in my pockets.

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I'm going to say not the asshole for sure.

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you should probably figure out what that note says and

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go in and Snoop.

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yeah, go ahead and Snoop,

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But this is the thing let's play devil's advocate.

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However, because we're only hearing

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one side of the story we've heard from the person who's written, and we've heard

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that there were emptying them to put a wash on and we take the word for it.

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Not saying I don't believe you, but let's say from the other point

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of view, what if she is actually.

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Either a snooping through the pockets when there's not a wash going on

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all, when she takes the stuff out of the pockets before the wash, is

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she investigating every single item because that in my opinion is wrong.

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You should just take stuff out.

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She'll be on the side.

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And so there's just a for me pockets rather than going through everything.

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Yeah, see.

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I, I don't know.

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Cause if she is even going through the wash and if you

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find something, I think I always just inherently see what it is just

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in case, like, do I throw this out?

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You know what I mean?

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like I even do that with my own stuff.

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If I finally get receipt, I'm like, oh, what's this for?

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And then I'm like, oh, I just need to throw this out or I should keep this.

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And then I guess it's, it's a little bit more weird if she's

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just snooping through his pants.

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But even at that point, it's like, I would never expect, like if I went to my

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closet right now and I snooped through my girlfriend's pants, I would expect to

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probably find nothing.

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So it would just be weird.

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It wouldn't necessarily be like

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asshole issue.

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It would just be like,

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why are you looking through my clothes?

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let's go.

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Girls, girls don't have pockets on there.

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Tell you Josh, you go do that and see if she

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calls you an asshole,

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And then buys a lock for the closet door.

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There you go,

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Stuart.

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That's the first time someone played devil's advocate with us.

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So that's a that's a new twist

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Yeah, you have to, man, you have to think of it from both

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sides.

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We just want to be assholes and judge people off the

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bat.

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What was, what was Michael Myers thinking when.

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Yeah.

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From his point of view,

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his sister did

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And that was aggregate, you know, He was.

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He might've been in the right,

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you know?

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all right.

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So, uh, not the asshole.

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It's a very confusing story.

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that should be a thing.

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You just sit down and discuss and figure out why he's being so protective.

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it's

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throwing up red flags for me.

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Again, it could be just nothing and maybe he has weird personal boundaries.

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You think that would have come up

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before

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then this relationship, you know?

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everyone should have boundaries.

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but that is a little extreme.

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My guy, like you might be hiding body parts there.

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I

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Like in my mind, best case scenario it's oh, I'm surprising her

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with a birthday thing and this is a receipt for her birthday.

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That's a best case.

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Most of the cases I'm thinking of are he's cheating on you and this is so,

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uh, figure that out and then get back to us maybe because, I would like to

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know, but not the asshole, for sure.

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Agreed.

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so, we're gonna hit a quick ad break and then after that, where you're going

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to dive into the last two stories,

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so stay tuned.

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All right.

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We are back.

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Stewart's doing is

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I was just, I was just in LA

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practicing for tick-tock.

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I like it.

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so we're going to jump into our third stories.

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Am I the asshole for reporting the pizza delivery guy for sliding

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a note under my girlfriend's

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door.

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No, that's already creepy.

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It's a little bit groupie, but we'll, we'll jump into it.

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What did it say though?

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I don't know, Maybe it was another guy's pocket.

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Yeah, it's the same guy.

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He's,

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he's a

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Maybe that was the note.

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It's all connecting.

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Um, so I, uh, 28 year old male was spending the weekend with

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my girlfriend at her place.

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We decided to order some pizza and she ordered from her usual restaurant.

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When the delivery guy arrived, I opened the door and he looked at me.

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Then proceeded to ask where my, girlfriend was.

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I said, excuse me, and asked why he was asking.

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And he said nothing.

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he then said it was just that he's used to delivering pizza tour.

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And this is the first time he saw me.

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So he thought she moved.

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I told him that she was busy, then took the pizza and gave him

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the money while I was turning.

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I saw him still standing.

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I asked them how I can help.

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And he said, don't mind me.

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I'm just standing here waiting.

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Uh,

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I told him he shouldn't keep standing aside like that.

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and he rudely said it wasn't my property.

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I got angry, but didn't want to escalate.

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So I said this wasn't public

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property and that he should leave.

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I then went inside and shut the door.

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So already some weird vibes.

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Are you true

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crime census tingling right now?

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Stairs.

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bet.

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That's the first pizza he's ever actually successfully delivered to that house.

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I'm saying that he's not and half of him halves himself.

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That's a good point.

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What a creep him all the fuck.

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I like this.

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Isn't your property.

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Fucking hell you read the deeds.

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it's like, yeah, you don't know.

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Maybe I'm just a husband and I'm back from, a business trip.

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You haven't seen me in a while.

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I dunno.

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It's very weird.

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Chase.

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10 minutes later, I saw a note getting slid under the door.

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I went to look and open the door and saw the piece of guy going downstairs.

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I stopped him immediately.

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Then read what the note said.

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He kept calling my girlfriend by her name and said that he was worried

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about her and how sad he was that he didn't get to see her this time.

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I asked him if he left this note just to confirm.

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Then told him I'd report him to his boss for this behavior.

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He said, this wasn't for me.

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And I'm not the owner of this place.

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So it's none of my business.

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We argued loud enough for my girlfriend to come out.

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I told her what he did and she told me to

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leave it alone and go back inside.

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I mean, she might just be just deescalating the situation now,

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but he knew the guy was in the house.

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What he slid the thing onto the.

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Yeah.

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That's.

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And he still did

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Yeah, no, he's, he's weird for sure.

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Don't get me wrong.

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I'm not, I'm not dismissing what he's doing, but she's probably just like,

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just come inside, like whatever we'll deal with this later kind of thing.

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Probably.

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I said, all right then, but as soon as I walked in, I called his

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workplace and wanted to speak to the

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manager.

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That's some Karen move shit there.

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Hey, that's kind of inappropriate Karen move at this point.

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Like that dudes being

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moved.

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Kevin,

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that's the male

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I'd maybe call the police.

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I don't know.

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I was going to say that maybe there's a plot twist in this guy.

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Doesn't work for any pizza place he

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make.

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He

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God.

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He works for a pita place

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and

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He doesn't work here.

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that guy has been dead for six years.

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Oh, my God.

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I told them what the guy did.

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And he promised to take care of it and said that he won't work for them anymore.

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Oh, well, he got him

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I don't know if he was just telling me what I wanted to hear, but when

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I told my girlfriend, she got mad saying, I shouldn't have done this and

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escalated by getting the dude fired.

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Um,

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was okay with what he

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did.

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And she said, no, but

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she can no longer order from this restaurant as they block

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customers.

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That

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complaint.

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I don't know if that's true.

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No, that's

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You can

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it

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Yeah.

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The consent, even if you do it on online and stuff.

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Like one time I had a, a Curry came to my house that had an

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audit, but it was my address.

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It was some other dudes.

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I was like, it was from . I'm like, dude, I've not audit this.

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And the guy was like, oh, I have to drive.

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I have to drop the food off to press the have confirmed delivery.

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So I took it in a really nice, so I'm the asshole for that.

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The next week I tried to order from the same place and they rejected my order.

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So I think the blacklisted, my address.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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interesting.

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yeah.

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I mean, I guess with that though, it's they wouldn't know.

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Oh yeah.

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maybe

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Because I think what they do is they see your address.

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So whenever you take an order, it needs confirm by the restaurant first.

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So they will have an address list on kind of technology.

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I think if you sign up to just eat, Uber eats has a restaurant.

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I imagine you could input some thing that has keywords that you can block.

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For example, maybe you can put in a rush, a property address and

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say, right, we're not ordering from

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Yeah.

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Reject it.

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makes sense.

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That's fair enough.

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Well, interesting.

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So maybe she is right.

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I thought, I thought that was a weird thing she said, but,

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so I said maybe good riddance.

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Then she said, I overreacted and had no right to do this

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when it's not even my apartment.

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I didn't know what to say, but she completely shut down and

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refuse to talk to me except to

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say I'm being insecure and petty.

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So am I the.

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For the most part, what I did as far as if the call to his employer went like it did

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get him fired.

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That's a bit of a Dick move, but report in him.

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Fine.

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But don't ask for someone's job.

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That's not your jurisdiction.

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Yes.

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I agree with that.

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I also think he was very combative to the pizza guy right off the bat.

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when he was like, oh, I was wondering where like your girlfriend is, uh,

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you know, He seemed like he came

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across as like, what the fuck do you want?

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Like get out basically.

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You know what I mean?

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yeah, but then the guy just stood there for 10 minutes.

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Like not moving.

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That's fucking weird,

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well, that was after.

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Right.

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So

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that is weird.

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I agree.

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Like after that, that's when I'd be like, okay, you can be kind

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of an asshole to this person.

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Especially after the note, but right off the bat, when, when he

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just was like, inquiring about oh, is like his what's her face here.

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I'd just be like, oh, like, yeah, she's here.

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We're just, we ordered a pizza or whatever.

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I would have been

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a bit more, normal about it instead of, what does, what do you, what do you care?

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Like?

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because in fairness as well,

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If you will order a pizza and someone else answers the door, like if you

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got delivery for someone who you live with, and it's not your name

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there, but just read the name out to confirm they're at the right house.

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True.

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Could have been something as trivial as that book based on what I've heard.

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This guy's probably like Stacy in here.

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Yeah, that's a good point.

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yeah, I dunno.

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I think you're less of an asshole up until when you called the

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boss to call for the guy's job.

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I think that's

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kind of an asshole move.

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I mean, I get it.

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You're probably angry in the moment,

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I kind of want to know, what the relationship

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between the girl and the pizza delivery guy though, is like,

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what's the story behind that?

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you guys should like input some light eighties porn

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music on

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top of this part.

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That's why I said, I was like, this sounds like a board block.

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Like.

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So, because he never actually specifically says what the note says.

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He like kind of outlines what it says.

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So a lot of people in the Reddit comments were like, I want to know

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what the note says to be more specific.

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And of course, because it's Reddit, they took it to where you did John.

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so, so, lobster rolls, says the note

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read, let me slide my bread.

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Stick into your marinara.

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There you go, let me deliver this sausage pizza

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baby.

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What's that?

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yeah,

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knows the boyfriend's there though.

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He knows he's bed.

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Maybe it was a message to the

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boyfriend.

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oh, he's like, you're looking fine.

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yeah, Didn't us this at a monitor life.

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like to dip those breadsticks.

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Yeah.

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you in, my

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ranch.

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yeah, I think everyone's kind of an asshole in this situation.

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The girlfriend

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could have maybe, if she's doing something

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more nefarious than cause she's an asshole, but I don't think she's,

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she's kinda just caught in the middle at this point,

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Yeah.

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are definitely the assholes.

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They're pretty much flexing their dicks at this point, Like who's going to back down

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That's what it seems like.

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Yeah.

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The pizza guy seems like a nice guy, which like a nice guy.

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Yeah.

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Like a nice guy.

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Yeah.

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Weird, weird story.

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if you have an update, it our way.

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I'd love to

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hear it.

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That'd be

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us know.

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Cause I do want to know the plot of this.

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supposedly flick.

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Yeah.

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Where can I find this on the internet?

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And is it safe for work?

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If not even better?

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so last story of the day.

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Am I the asshole for not wearing my wedding ring and making my

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coworkers think I'm single?

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damn.

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I don't.

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I don't.

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wear my wedding ring

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neither my wife.

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So

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I'm not

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married.

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people I'm single?

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though.

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I always tell people I'm fucking married.

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Well, I guess it's hard to sell the context.

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If she's making her coworkers thinks she's single or just not

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wearing the ring, makes them think she's single, you know, there's.

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The context, we'll probably decide whether she is an asshole or not.

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so I, uh, 30 year old female started working at a company recently.

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I get along with most of my coworkers, but I have been having some

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issues with this guy named Morgan, and then she puts it in quotes.

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So that's not his real name.

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Don't look him up.

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Morgan, from what I understand is what everyone calls the quote

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unquote handsome guy in the office.

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He dated two of his coworkers and hits on several other.

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He seemed friendly.

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When we talked, he seemed respectable, and never ask questions outside of work.

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He offered to buy me lunch and keep sending me funny memes and stuff.

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It was nice, but I

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felt it was a bit much.

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So I asked that he stopped and he did he then however,

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started sending me pictures of himself

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that were inappropriate.

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God, God fucking Morgan.

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Such high

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hopes for Morgan as well.

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Good God

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Yeah.

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did not.

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And I was still disappointed.

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I texted him saying that I married and that he was being inappropriate.

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He texted back saying I was lying about being married to get them off my back

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then went on about how nice and attractive he is and how I'm trying to act like I

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don't like him to get them to try harder.

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I felt frustrated, especially after he kept sending me the picture.

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Days ago, he sent me a Dick pic and told me to quote, suck it.

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I decided to let my husband deal with this.

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And he sent him a text back

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saying, sorry, bud.

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Small objects are a choking

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hazard for her And blocked her.

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And That's a w for the

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husband that good job.

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no matter what we get out of the story, the husband is not the ass.

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Definitely

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do men do that?

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Who, Who, wants to see that

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shit?

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Did you take the picture?

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Right?

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Set the picture and because you look at it before you send it and you have to press

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a lot, they blue button on the iPhone yet.

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Yeah.

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She's gonna, she's gonna love

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that.

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Look good.

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Look at us.

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Look

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at the veins.

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Look at the

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veins.

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Look at this.

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Look at this angle

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and then while it's, while it's uploading, just looking at it going, this is a

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good idea.

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this is, this is beautiful.

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One of my best

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well, look at the sandbar is a little bigger than my thing right now.

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Oh yes.

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an incredibly

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veiny.

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yeah.

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It's like a super bad, super bad compilation of just veiny day.

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But I, I agree, sir.

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I think, just a rule of thumb for men, if you're listening and you are a man, if a

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woman does not specifically ask for it, do not send it No that is the rule of thumb.

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That is the hard line.

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Unless they specifically ask you, Hey, I want you to send me a d**k pic.

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Don't f**king

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do it

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you might think the mood is right.

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You might think the timing is perfect.

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You might think this is what she wants.

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This is where it's going to go.

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This is where I want it to go.

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I think this is going to go down.

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Well, it's not what they want

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ever unless requested, which I imagine is also rare.

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Probably, and I think when you're at that point, you are, you know, they

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want that, you know?

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that's something they're asking for it.

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You've probably done something with them s**ually before this, like

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it's

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They've

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already seen it in real life, you know?

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And so they're not shocked when they see it on pictures.

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I should've

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said.

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I dammit here.

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I am going to play devil's advocate.

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Okay.

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I know guys are going to be like, well, how come girls can

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send us n**ds anytime they want.

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I don't know if that happens that often either.

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not often, but if

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I do appreciate,

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yeah, stop, like don't, don't send Dick pics.

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Yeah.

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I guess if you want to be both sides of it, you could be like, yeah.

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If you're a woman also don't send pictures unless

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you've been asked

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for it.

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Like, if you want it both ways.

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exactly.

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I think it, I feel it significantly as one sided in this issue.

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So, yeah, that was just a little side story, but we'll, we'll get, we'll

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get onto the finishing the story here.

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So, the other day he came into the office looking furious and confronted

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me about being misled by not having a wedding ring on when I'm married.

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I said, I didn't need to prove anything to anybody and didn't lead anyone on.

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He said I was trying to get close to me and I should have told him

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I was married from the get go.

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I said, I was sorry, but maybe he shouldn't have basically tried to enforce

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a relationship with anyone regardless if they're in a relationship or not.

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He said that my husband and I were

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rude and

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offensive then.

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Right.

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You didn't like my Dick pic,

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You can't speak to me

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Are you not entertained?

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other coworkers said Morgan was an asshole, but I, to Blair the

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blame for not having my wedding ring on and being somewhat.

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I said, I don't think I owe anyone an explanation and refuse

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to apologize for what happened just to keep the office at peace.

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Am I the asshole for not wearing

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my wedding ring?

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And then in an edit, she says, I don't wear the wedding ring

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because of skin problems.

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So she probably has a bad reaction to it.

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Yeah, fuck the office,

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man.

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Fuck the

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office

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fuck the

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office

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know, so you can't look at someone's at someone's finger to

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think they're not married yet.

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They should specifically be

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told, I guess, that you're into them inquired as to their availability

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and not just think you didn't wear a wedding ring is a picture of my Dick.

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You asked for it.

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but also like you could be dating someone and you don't have

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a wedding ring

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You have a

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what I mean?

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Yeah.

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Which I think is more common.

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And then the heart, the, the, the basic point is when she said,

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Hey, stop, I'm uncomfortable.

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you should have just stopped it at that.

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Cause now you're harassing the fuck out of her.

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And that is wrong.

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And it makes me concerned about the other coworkers that he flirts with and, and

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had, has dated where they consensual.

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You know what I mean?

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Like it, it puts off that red flag in my head where I'm like, yeah,

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she seems like she laid down the

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law of not being interested.

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Did he do the exact same thing with these other women?

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And me really like

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sexual assault vibes.

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Devil's advocate time.

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Devil's

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advocate time, gentlemen.

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Stewart's like, I appreciate a good Dick pic.

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Uh,

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Yeah, here's this one thing that's added my mind.

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So she isn't interested.

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Let's say she's made that clear to him.

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Good honor.

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Why have they go to this phone number?

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yeah.

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I agree that after the first time she should've just blocked him and not done.

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I could see maybe cause she's in a bit of a vulnerable position, right?

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She is in a new office place.

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This guy seems to be, have been there for a while.

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He has seemingly people in the office that support him

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and like him.

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So I could see her being put in a position where she feels

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like she has to just, you know,

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Just add him on Facebook, man.

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Add him on Facebook.

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Talk about you have digits.

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But, but you know what I mean?

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Like.

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She could be like in a bit of

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a vulnerable position with, with where she's at in the company

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and where this guy is seemingly at status wise in the company.

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Yeah.

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And I would say too, like, you know, and just being exposed to

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corporate world, sometimes people view that as networking opportunities.

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Maybe this guy has been.

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In a higher up position where you know, she could leverage his

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relationship, her relationship with them in the future as a stepping stone.

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But she had no idea that this fool was going to be a creeper, you know?

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So it's like, that's totally

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not on her.

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and especially her laying down in loss saying like, dude, I'm so

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uncomfortable.

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Just back the fuck

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off.

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this

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How are you on double down with a Dick?

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Pick my guy.

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like what the fuck dude?

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like a bit of, a bit of a knock to me.

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Cause this got, cause this guy's fucking his, like everyone's obsessed with them

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is slept with whoever I slept with.

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And then the moment that he gets rejected, he puts the blame back

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on in this case, his victim.

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So he's victim blaming Gaslight, and he sounds like a narcissist to me

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Oh, yeah, a hundred percent.

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I would honestly, I'd go to HR.

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bring the proof if you still have it.

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Take the

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Dick pic with you.

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yeah, I know it's a shitty thing to, to keep on with you, but I'd

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go to HR, or, or a lawyer and I, and then try and deal with.

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without having to deal through him, deal with it through the company.

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cause that is inappropriate in any work environment.

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Yeah, they should.

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Yeah, they should do on a lighter note.

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You know, you sit in the field.

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haven't.

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No.

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Uh, it's a film from the eighties.

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So baskets, they want to identify these, these kids were sticking the Dick

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through the shower, in the girl's shower.

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And one of them had like a mall on it.

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so the headmistress, I think she suggests that they have a lineup of all the boys

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and inspect each one of their dicks.

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You could do that.

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The office say, who's the zip you got?

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That's not my Dick bro.

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Drop upon.

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Who's Dick is this.

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Just walk around like a line of like a police line up with the phone and

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the pitcher and just be like, Hmm, it's not Anthony Morgan It was you.

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I liked that that's so funny.

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but, uh, yeah, a hundred percent not the asshole.

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it's really shitty.

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You have to deal with this.

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and I feel

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a lot of women have to deal with this in corporate work environments.

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I'm sure John, as you can attest with, with HR,

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you've probably

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seen.

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of too much, too much dicks.

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that vein, that vein looks a little more prominent than the other decks.

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the pants.

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We got to find out who this is.

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we can't of course, please do not be offended by this.

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We, we a hundred percent think he's an asshole.

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Um, and he should be put in prison probably if anything.

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So that is it for this episode?

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What do you guys think?

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Are these people assholes or were they, not assholes

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again?

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I haven't found the right word for

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the opposite of an asshole, but we'll, we'll figure it out.

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All the stories.

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Submitter was not an asshole with the exception of the pizza story,

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where the guy, for the most part, wasn't an asshole, but he could have

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handled the situation more maturely as, uh, as you know, an adult.

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And he could have hunted it a little bit bad, but

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he's got,

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yeah.

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You know, the piece of guys

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just trying to get it

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in, come on, man.

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But not in all seriousness

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something's going on, which is so sad.

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I'd love to hear

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Marcus.

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That's like an Agatha Christie novel, like a murder

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mystery, with the

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Yeah.

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What does the pizza guy want?

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Where does he want to put that sausage?

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Or where has he already put it?

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No.

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Ooh.

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Yeah.

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So, you can let us know in the comments, if you agree with us

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on YouTube or on our website,

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before we sign off Stewart, would you please tell the Wiki maniacs about British

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murders and where they can find it?

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Yes, British murders is a podcast hosted by myself.

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It focuses exclusively on British murder cases with an occasional glimpse of horror

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movies, or sometimes do bonus episodes with guests and collabs and stuff.

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John came on one time, we talked about Chris Benwah, which is an American stars.

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I do bonus episodes, but my seasons are in episodes of 10

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for British, just for myself.

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If you want to see anything else about it, just go to British murders.com

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and the links for everything is.

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That's

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awesome.

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And yeah, I know he, John loves your show.

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He listens all the time.

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so it's, it's got the John stamp of

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approval.

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Yup.

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so definitely go check that one out.

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thank you, Stuart and John

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for giving your takes today.

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We appreciate that.

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And,

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Wiki maniacs.

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Thank you.

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Practice the dab.

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That's still in, right?

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No.

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It's like three years ago.

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Minimum three

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Yeah.

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We'll bring it back on tick-tock

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okay.

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There you go.

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thank you, Wiki maniacs for another episode, and we will see you on Monday.

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Goodbye.

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Stuart Blues

Podcast Host

I began my true crime podcasting journey in December 2020 after a previous podcast venture with a friend didn't go in the direction either of us had hoped.

As a lifelong lover of horror movies and crime documentaries, I decided to use my previous experience as a podcast host to produce a solo true crime podcast.

As I write and produce the show on my own, I have to manage my time extremely efficiently.

On top of producing the podcast, I work full-time and have a young daughter who is my whole world.

I am thrilled with how the show has gained momentum since its launch, and it is so rewarding to see something you have put your heart and soul into flourishing.