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April 15, 2022
Am I The Asshole: Listener Submitted Stories & TikTok Reactions

What's up Wikimaniacs! The trio is back and we are here to answer some listener-submitted AITA stories! We have a Mother-In-Law who doesn't understand boundaries, an interesting trade proposal for a truck, a daughter who can'...


What's up Wikimaniacs! The trio is back and we are here to answer some listener-submitted AITA stories! We have a Mother-In-Law who doesn't understand boundaries, an interesting trade proposal for a truck, a daughter who can't forgive her mother, and we react to some TikToks we have been sent!

Let us know what you think of these stories!


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Transcript
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What's up with the maniacs.

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My name is Josh Shel, host of the Reddit on Wiki podcast.

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As always, I am joined by the man who keeps Tums close by in.

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He smells too much ass.

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It's John . What is up, John?

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What's up.

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Hey Tom, sponsor us.

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You might as well eat this shit.

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Like everyday, pretty much just candy to me

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at this point.

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I don't

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think that's a good thing.

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Yeah, you eat Tums that

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No, it's a joke.

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Oh, because there's only, there's also a reason why I ate Tums this past weekend.

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I fricking

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a Caroline Reaper.

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oh,

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that's on me,

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true.

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never had it, but, uh,

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my guy, if you,

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I could, yeah, I was gonna say if pepper makes you Carolina Reaper would make you shit your back.

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I hadn't, I'd never leave the bathroom.

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Um, moving on from that.

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Uh it's It's a, your boy, Sean, I couldn't think of an intro for you

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today.

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I'm sorry.

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not

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needed

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my reputation proceeds me.

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You know

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exactly.

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Just kidding.

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Nobody knows who the fuck I am, except for the two people that commented.

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I love Sean and I apparently I wasn't even in one of those videos,

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think they probably just think one of y'all is.

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Sean.

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And they're

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like, I love

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Sean

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yeah, someone did comment on our YouTube video saying I love Sean with hearts.

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and I wasn't in it.

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you were not in that one.

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I think that was with Alex or Dustin.

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I think it was with Dustin.

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They probably just thought Dustin was me.

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Like Sean sounding good.

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This episode,

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Sean sounds awesome.

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Why is he so smart this episode?

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he's so calm

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and collected.

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It's crazy to see it.

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so, we got an awesome episode

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today and it's a special episode today, because all of our EMI, the

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asshole stories, our listener submitted stories.

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Wow.

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We got

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listeners.

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you said that in the one with Nick too, literally that same thing,

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get new material.

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Hey, I'm forgetful.

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that's fair.

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It's probably all the Tums you eat.

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There's

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That's

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At least he stole his like his own joke.

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You know what I mean?

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He didn't

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steal

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anybody.

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Else's.

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that's true.

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on today's episode, we have an overbearing, mother-in-law an interesting trade proposal for a truck, a daughter who can't forgive her mother.

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And then after the ad break, we're going to be reacting and

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responding to some of the Tik TOK videos we have been tagged in or had sent to us.

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I went through and found a few today,

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and we're going to respond to some of those videos.

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So buckle up for them.

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They are, trash guys, I guess we'll w that's the teaser.

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actually what we're renaming our pad.

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Our podcast too

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is just

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trash guys.

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guys.

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before we hop into the stories for today, if you have an MIT asshole story, you would like us to cover on an episode like this, please send it to read it on Wiki pod@gmail.com or DMS on Instagram or Twitter at Reddit on Wiki links to those are in the show notes below.

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On top of that.

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If you are a returning listener, please consider giving us a rating and review on apple podcasts, Spotify pod Jaser.

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Or you can tell a friend about us, if you really like the show and want to get episodes a week early ish and

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add free, you can go to patrion.com/cultivate podcast network and sign up to help support the show.

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Just like the sign says there.

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Next time we got to put the URL on there.

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Is that the

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URL

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or that's

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I dunno if I have that many characters,

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um,

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optimize it.

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to put it in my projection.

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Next time.

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I'll

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make some.

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There you

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go,

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Yeah, I'm going to green screen like zoom and just have a

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link

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over and over again.

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Sean, you don't, you don't have that kind of

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equipment.

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Don't lie.

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Don't lie to the people.

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Do they not have that here?

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I don't know

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Uh,

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well,

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your computer would not be able to handle

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it.

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Don't be rude.

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With all of that unpacked, it's time to react to the, to the stories.

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That's my rhyme.

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they're getting

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worse.

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Two out of 10.

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Awful.

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Um, I will not apologize for anything though.

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Sure.

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our first story comes from Tiffany.

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I'm just going to get first names.

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Do not look these people up.

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Hi,

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Why don't we, we should just give them fake names in general,

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right?

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Like a

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I want to give them some semblance of who they are, you

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know,

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true.

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But if it's like a unique first name

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I'd I'd

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uh,

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advise

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against it.

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I'm just saying for future reference, Josh relax,

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man.

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I was gonna say it

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was a pretty, pretty common white girl name.

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If

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Well, don't fucking blast our listeners.

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I didn't say it was a

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bad

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Tiffany you have a great name, right?

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I'm Just saying if we get like a

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crazy

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name

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Yeah.

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Just assume all of these are nicknames.

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That's what we'll go by.

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You know what?

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They won't know the difference.

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Maybe Tiffany, I made up, you guys don't know.

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All right.

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So Tiffany says, am I the

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asshole for telling my

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mother-in-law to leave and not having any visitors for two weeks?

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she goes on to say, when I had my daughter back in March of 2021, it was during the Panda.

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is important to understand the cultural difference between my

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husband and me.

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My father is black and my

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mother is a native south

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Korean.

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My husband is white, in my family and in our culture, my mother has always

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gone to stay with the girls in the family for two to three weeks after their babies are born to help with the baby and make sure that the moms are healing and getting rest.

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you know that guy we talked about earlier,

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who didn't want to take care of his wife during, during maternity leave or whatever didn't want to take care of his baby?

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this is a way to get around that, you know?

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get yourself a

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mother-in-law.

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Or just, don't be an asshole.

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Just do your

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thing.

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It is also tradition to not have visitors for the first two weeks so that the mom and baby can bond and The house is in a clean and sterile environment.

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Hmm.

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had made it known to the whole family that I would not like any visitors for the first two weeks, just my mom.

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And after that, if we do have any visitors, they would need to wear a mask around my daughter and also

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be vaccinated or have a negative COVID test with no current symptoms just to be precautionary.

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That's fair.

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my family has no issues with this.

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my in-laws however thought my requests were ridiculous.

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My mother-in-law also works in a hospital with sick people.

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Fast forward to the day I come back from the hospital from giving birth.

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At this point, my mother-in-law has not agreed to get vaccinated or a COVID test.

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Uh, you work at a

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hospital and

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that's what I was going to

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say.

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Yo, shout out, shout out my hospital.

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They fucking fired everybody.

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that's not Bakst sorry, losers.

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Do you think they'll hire them back though?

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And like

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Fuck.

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No,

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once the, once the now, okay, well,

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fair enough.

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don't know, I'm not in, I'm not high enough.

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to

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make that

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decision.

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so, she then shows up to my house three hours after I get home from the hospital.

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I am hormonal and livid, but I held my composure and let her see the baby.

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My mom even calmed me down and said she just wanted to see her one time in person.

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She won't be back for a few weeks.

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I know my mom was mad too, but I think she was trying to make me feel better at any cost.

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So I wouldn't go down baby blues lane, which I did mean to look up.

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I don't know what that means.

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after you give birth, your hormones are, I only know this because I have two sisters with kids, but it's kinda like a, like postpartum depression type of like

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a,

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light version of

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that, I

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think.

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makes sense.

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That makes sense.

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good job, Sean.

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one, one point to Sean for this episode

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I don't have siblings, so I don't know that.

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after my mother-in-law left, I told my husband he needed to talk to his mom and tell her no visitors for two weeks.

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He told me her response was quote.

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I was going to see the baby, even if I

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had to climb through the window and quote.

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Oh,

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come on.

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Mother-in-law

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I can already tell you we can stop.

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I mean, of

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course we're going to keep going,

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but, uh, my verdict is already

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in

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Yes,

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asshole.

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It's

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definitely, yeah, you'll finish.

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I'll go up

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later,

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but this is

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upsetting.

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yeah, it could be a joking text, from some people, you know,

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The fact that she showed up there two hours

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after she got home from the hospital

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proves that it's

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not really a joke.

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It's kind

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That's, that's where I agree with you.

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A hundred percent.

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Um,

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my husband told her she was crazy, but I thought, was over and dealt with at this

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days later, my husband is at work and my mother-in-law shows up

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unexpectedly after she gets off work because the hospital is only about five minutes from our house.

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I opened the door and was like, Hey, what are you doing here?

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All she said was, I thought it was time for me to see my granddaughter.

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And then she literally barges her way into

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Oh, that

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even open the door.

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so disrespectful,

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Don't even open the door.

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She makes a beeline for my baby and picks her up.

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My mom was too stunned to speak.

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She didn't even wash her hands or wear

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Oh,

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now you can have your, your takes on COVID washing hands, wearing a mask, you know, but to not do that around a very newborn baby, especially when you've just come home from a hospital, that's fucked up.

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Even, even

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if COVID, wasn't a serious deal

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and it, and it is the, the mom has laid out her

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wishes, and she's probably been laying in down for the past nine months.

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All you're doing is

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being extremely

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disrespectful.

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That's it.

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You don't respect her.

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You don't respect your son.

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you're just being an all

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around

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jackass.

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this is going to be a quick verdict.

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I feel.

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Yeah.

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Easy.

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What do you

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have a

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hammer?

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A gavel would be like,

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I go on right here.

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Maybe,

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maybe I'll build a gung.

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Right?

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I

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like it.

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I didn't speak to her the whole time.

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And after about five minutes of composing myself, I told her she needs to leave

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after

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she leaves, I text her and tell her she needs to call me before she just shows up at my house.

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Next time she never responded to my text.

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My husband, when he gets, when he got home, says that his dad called him and said his mom was crying because I told her to leave and was being weird when she was over and not hospitable.

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and it's ridiculous that she can't come over whenever she wants or has to call or text me

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beforehand to see the baby and that he'll be damned if he ever has to call before he comes over there.

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So that's.

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The father-in-law I guess talking, my husband told my in-laws that they should have respected my boundaries, especially because I'm a new mother.

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am I the asshole for telling my mother-in-law and visitors for two weeks?

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dude.

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Fuck both those in-laws they're fucking on the list, bro.

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They're out.

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They are

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Yeah,

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I I don't want to make this a race thing, but it seems like just fucking, oh

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my

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Entitled white people.

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I can't get my way.

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Let me, let me fucking cry when blah, I don't understand culture.

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If it's not American culture, It's a

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fucking nuisance.

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It's ridiculous.

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It's not even a culture thing though.

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This is the same thing as the fucking gift thing though.

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It's not a culture thing.

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It's just a respect thing.

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If someone, even

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if there was no baby and you just showed up on announced at my house and.

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you know, I get, maybe get a little peeved because I'm maybe doing something I maybe

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am busy and you just show up and expect to stay and hang out and, and, you know, be, be hospitable to you.

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Like, fuck you.

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Like, you're not entitled to that.

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This is my house.

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I can tell you when I want you to leave and ask you to respect my boundaries when, when to call or text, when you come over,

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Bam.

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Hey, all I'm saying is if she can take, or if she can say that I can pop in whatever I want, then you should be able to take someone saying,

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Hey, get the fuck out of my house equally the same way up sold

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disrespectful.

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oh, a hundred percent.

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Yeah.

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I do hope they figured it out.

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Cause it, this was like last year, right?

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So it's, it's almost a full year.

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Tiffany, if you are listening to the show, give us an update.

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What, what happened after that?

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I would love to know, if she did actually end up respecting your boundaries or if, this continued,

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also if your mother-in-law's listening.

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Fuck your mother-in-law.

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Fuck you, man.

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I can respect your fucking in law.

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Respect your daughter-in-law respect her wishes.

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She's a new mom.

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Stop being a bitch.

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Also the dad, you sound racist.

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Fuck you.

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Hey, Shannon.

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I got time today.

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Why is sipping his tea?

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He don't give a

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fuck.

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as soon as she was again, not to bring race into things, but as soon as she was like, I'm black, my mom, I'm half black, half Korean.

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My husband

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is white.

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I'm like,

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oh God,

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w I I'm on your side.

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You don't even have to say

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a story.

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and if you're a white and offended

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by that,

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Look in the mirror, look in the mirror.

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Why are

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you offended?

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Think

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walk, walk down the street with a gun and, uh, you'll notice you won't get pulled over.

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So speed.

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Do whatever you want, because this is a, this is our society.

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That's

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facts,

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We're just going to

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clip that

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part of

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Josh saying this is our society

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carry guns down to

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street.

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Speed.

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again.

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This is our worldwide.

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This is our word.

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Oh God.

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So this is my last episode again.

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Um, so we can all agree, not the asshole

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mother-in-law father-in-law assholes.

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Yup.

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husbands.

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Kind of,

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I,

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felt like he could have

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stepped up a little

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more.

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You know what I'm

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a little bit,

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he could've stayed at fair for sure.

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But he, he texted them back and was like, yo, you're being crazy.

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Like, at least it sounds like he's

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on the wife's side.

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I I'm not, I'm not coming for Tiffany's husband.

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It, it would be hard for me to be like, fuck you mom,

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like right off

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the

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I told dad pull up,

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And you can understand where the mom's coming from.

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She just wants to see her granddaughter, but at our grandson, but at the same time, you know,

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you're being an asshole about it.

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And sorry Tiffany's has been, I fucking flame the fuck out of your parents, but I feel like, you know, if you look deep

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inside, you probably agree

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with me a

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little bit.

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he, I think he understands.

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so, we will move on to our next story, which comes from Louise.

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I believe that's how it's pronounced.

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Um, I made that name up to duke.

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Christ.

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I even threw in that.

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That's how it's pronounced maybe.

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just to, just to throw you

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off

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uh, good.

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Josh mansplaining.

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My God.

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What a problematic

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guy.

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Oh, golly.

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is there a name for that?

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Whitesplaining sounds

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good.

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Yeah,

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there you go.

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go.

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We'll go with that.

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Am I the asshole for telling my stepdad about the guy that wanted me to sleep with him his truck?

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No, what.

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say that again.

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Say

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that again.

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Am I the asshole for telling my stepdad about the guy that wanted to sleep with me for his truck

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of all, the truck guy already sounds super fucking pervious.

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No,

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I'm going to say no.

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right off the bat.

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You're just telling a story,

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proceed.

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We

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always need the context.

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believe that's most of the

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story, but we

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will get

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Oh, Well

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not an asshole,

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really

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easy.

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That one

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it gets, uh, severely weirder.

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, so, I am an 18 year old female and I live with my 47 year old mom and 40 year old stepdad on a 13 acre pig farm.

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I was home alone and my dog started going crazy at the door when I opened the door.

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Which if you're alone you know,

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not do that.

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You're young.

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You're very

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young

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Very young.

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also 13 acres.

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If they're knocking.

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I don't

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know.

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That's a lot of lad

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to

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walk.

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Yeah.

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Well, I mean,

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yeah,

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pig farm in the middle of nowhere by the south.

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Yeah, I would just not ever open the door even I'm, I'm almost

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30 years old.

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That's

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still, when I opened the

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door.

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no, I still don't for FedEx or anything.

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It's called, it's

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called a ring.

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I'm

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like, what do you

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Yeah.

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So, when I opened the door, I saw a man in his late thirties, standing on my porch.

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I had never met him before, but I later found out he was my neighbor's son.

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He said he was there to talk to me about the trucks on his mom's property and that he was looking to sell them.

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I told him I didn't have any money to buy a truck right now.

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And he said, he'd be willing to trade.

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I told him the only thing I had to trade was the piglets on my farm.

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And does this not sound like the most Midwestern?

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What'd you like to trade a trunk for some

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piglets

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I got some pigs though.

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Back

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for a truck?

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It's the Ford affluent flipped the over

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here.

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he asked to see them.

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So I walked them to the pig pen.

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We talked about the pigs for a few minutes before we went back to the porch while walking to the porch, he asked me how old I was and I told him I'm 18.

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He said, perfect.

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Oh, come on, man.

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so there's nothing more creepy.

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He could have said in that moment.

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Out of all the pigs and a farm.

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One is walking upright

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apparent

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Jesus, corn, rice.

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What a fucking freak.

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so he said perfect.

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And then proceeded to ask me if he could use my bathroom.

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uh, alarm bells should be ringing right now.

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not to flame our listeners, I guess

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it's easier to flame them when we don't

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know though.

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Yeah.

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I guess just know if you do send it, we are trying to be as objective as we can, you know, we're not, we're not passing you any, any free passes just

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because you sent it.

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That being said, I, uh, we're like maybe halfway and

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don't think

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you're an

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asshole,

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I feel we're on the verge of true crime again here.

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this could have ended

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way

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worse.

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Oh God.

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Yeah.

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yeah,

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she's writing the story,

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so she's okay.

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That should be our.

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tagline

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equal opportunity.

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Flamers

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Well, so she, she goes ahead and tells him, he could use the bathroom, but I first had to put my dogs up so they wouldn't jump on them.

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let the

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dogs jump on him.

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Shit creepy

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motherfucker.

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leave the dogs open.

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after that I waited the man in and turned the bathroom light on for him as he walked in, he closed the front door behind him.

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And that set off many red flags for me.

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I couldn't shake the feeling that I was in a dangerous situation.

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So I grabbed a knife from the kitchen and went

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back

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Good.

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Smart.

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Fuck.

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Yeah.

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call.

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There you go.

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as I was walking, I could see the light from the bathroom in the hallway.

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He never shut the door.

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Yeah, just wide open door in some random person's house.

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Uh,

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fuck.

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Fucking weirdo.

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He's really hoping for some kind of like

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real life

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porn scenario

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to

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happen.

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Huh?

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What are you doing?

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Step, bro?

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I sat outside for what felt like forever.

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He was in there longer than he should have been When he finally came out of my house, he asked what if I didn't ask for money or a trade?

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What if we just fooled around and then I could

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give you my truck,

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fuck.

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my heart dropped and I told him no.

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And then he needed to leave

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now.

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Good.

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Good for

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When he got back to his mom's property, he started shooting.

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What I can only assume was a Glock.

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So He had a strap

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He had a strap on him,

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the whole.

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I don't know if he had it on him cause he leaves the property, but you could maybe assume he probably had it on

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him.

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yo already of course.

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Tell your stepdad.

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Well, how would you be the

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asshole?

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I'll let

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you finish this.

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I called my parents and told them everything.

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Then I called my friend's parents and they came over to get me until my parents could come home.

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I was very shaken up by this whole experience, but it only got worse.

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My stepdad waited until my mom and I was out of the house before he.

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He went to the man's mom's property and freaked out on him even held him at gun point

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. oh

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shit.

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Everyone seems to be on my side, in this situation saying that he knew from the second he asked my age that he was going to ask for sex.

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My aunt even thinks that the reason he didn't close the bathroom door was because he wanted me to see his penis before he asks me, but I still wonder, am I the asshole for telling my stepdad that ended up leading to him?

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confronting the guy with a

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gun?

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Fuck.

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No.

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No.

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I'm glad that I don't hate your stepdad.

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I was like, did he get mad at you for telling him, but instead he fucking went over and

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fucking

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showed

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him his peace.

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Fuck fucking, yeah.

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That's a

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good stepdad.

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Fuck.

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Yeah,

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you're definitely not an asshole

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no, that's probably not the way, like, I, I don't know where you're from to be honest, but that's probably not the way I would handle it.

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I'd call the cops honestly.

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but that is, an unfortunate situation and I'm glad you were able to.

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Okay.

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Definitely not the asshole in my eyes.

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I dunno if you have any other takes on that,

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John.

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I was going to say, first of all, glad you're.

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That's, that's probably the most important thing to my girl.

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You probably going to need to talk to a therapist cause that's, that's that's trauma potentially.

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Well, actually it is trauma.

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Yeah.

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experience and, and, and three shout out to your stepdad.

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Cause you know, I, in that situation, I probably would've done the same.

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Like that is just some freaky creepy predatory shit that that guy did.

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And he, that guy knew what the

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fuck he was.

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So there, there there's no ifs and buts about how predatory that guy is.

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So that's

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just

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sure.

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And, you know, I don't, uh, I, my, my views are not the views of Reddit on Wiki or the cultivated podcast network.

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But if I were you out fucking learn how to use a gun to you and you know, next door, I know you got 13 acres, but next door, you know,

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Yeah.

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safe.

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Yeah.

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He's not far, which is the scary part.

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You know what I

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exactly.

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Yeah, I would definitely, I mean, of course go through all the legal protocol to get a gun, you know, take your tests and do all you need what you need to do, get your license.

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But, uh, yeah, I would

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stay

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strapped up.

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yeah, again, I don't know where you're from.

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It, like most of our audience is American, so I'm assuming you're in an area that you can legally carry a firearm.

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, yeah, I would, I would probably agree with Sean on that one, , in this case.

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, and then keep your cell phone on you at all times with 9 1, 1 on speed dial, not the asshole.

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I guys a pig.

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Yeah, he is a pig.

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so our next M I, the asshole story and our final one for the day, this next story comes from max.

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Am I the asshole for refusing to forgive my mom?

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Ooh.

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parents could be

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not

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always great parents.

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Yeah, take story.

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Number one, as an example,

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thanks.

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have you guys ever been in a situation where you forgive your parents for something?

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My parents are

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angels.

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I can't

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I could see

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about, about that.

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I mean, of course I had my like angsty teen years where I'm like, mom and dad.

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Fuck you get, well, I never said it, but I'd be like, shut my door and

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play with my

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fucking email

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pop

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Yeah, I was going to say when you had your emo hair,

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'cause tonight will be the nine.

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And I

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would

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we we have not dropped that cliff yet, but I cannot wait.

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That's to be a great clip.

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I hope it becomes a tech doc sound, to be

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Hopefully not.

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Sean scrolling through just hearing his voice, every other tick-tock fuck.

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uh, so starting the story off.

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My mom was never a very good mom, but I can't say she was a bad one either.

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she would always take care of me the best that she could, but everything changed when her mother died.

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I was 10.

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At the time, my mother fell into a huge depression and started drinking and doing drugs.

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I was obligated to take care of my four siblings, make them food, change their diapers, clean the whole house et cetera, et cetera.

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This went on for four years.

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At this point, I become very suicidal and couldn't take it anymore.

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One night, she left me with the kids to go partying with her friends as she usually did.

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However, this night she attempted to drive home under the influence and got into a car crash, leaving her in a coma for nearly five

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months.

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Shit.

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Yeah.

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When she woke up, she couldn't walk or talk.

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It's been years now and I can't, I still can't seem to forgive her.

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Am I the asshole for refusing to forgive my mom?

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I am going to say no.

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Yeah, I would say now.

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going to say no first off, like grief is such a complex subject.

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Like some people take grief harder than the others, you know, but losing a parent and, you know, knock on wood.

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Like I haven't experienced that and I have friends who had experienced it and I, and I see the changes that it could do to a person.

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But at the same time, It's a four, four

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children.

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The mom did five so five, five children to take care of.

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And, and those are lives that are depending on you, uh, to be kind of negligent and for max to take care of everyone else, that's a huge trauma.

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On a ten-year-old at the time, you know, and that's not, uh, that's not a responsibility that most ten-year-olds probably can't handle because they're probably not as emotionally intelligent yet.

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They probably don't know the

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gravity of the situation

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man.

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I'm I'm 27, almost 28.

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And I still don't think I am the emotionally capable enough to take care of children, let alone four.

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And she was she's what?

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10 what'd I say 10.

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Something like

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that.

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Yeah.

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Something like that.

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she's taking care of them.

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Like,

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That's that's

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tough.

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And

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and for your mother to kind of use, and some people have different coping mechanisms and for her to be doing all of the alcohol is considered a drug.

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So you're doing like drugs to kind of cope with grief and leaving your children to kind of fend off from this for yourselves, max, I don't blame you for not forgiving your mother because in a way your mother also kind of took your childhood away from you

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Yeah, that's what I was

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going to say.

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It's not fair

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and the tough thing about it is like, she can't make it up to you.

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You know what I mean?

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Like she could never, because, well, now she's like she can't walk or talk.

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Right.

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So she can't even step in to finally be a mother figure, even if, even if she has realized what she's done wrong, which I know, it is a tough thing to just hold over for the rest of her life.

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But you're not obligated to forgive anyone in your life.

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Um, and this is definitely one of those situations where I think, you're not, you're definitely not the asshole if you never forgive her, um, this is something.

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as John said, she took away your childhood and forced you into a very difficult situation that you had to grow up and, and, um, yeah, I, I'm very sorry for your, for what you've been through.

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Uh, it's

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tough.

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I'm fucking sad now.

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so not the asshole.

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I think we can all agree, , on that somber note, , thank you, everyone who submitted stories, , there are a couple other ones, we haven't gotten to yet, so we'll do another full episode.

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MIT assholes.

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Look at maniacs three for three and not being an asshole.

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you are not safe.

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One time.

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We're going to get a wicked maniac that thinks, oh man, they never, they never called the wicked maniacs assholes and we're going to get the one.

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And I'm a, I'm a flame your ass.

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You better fucking believe it.

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I'm going to no holds barred.

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As soon as we get the first hint of something, one of our listeners being an asshole, I'm fucking, I'll be ready.

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I'll

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be

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fucking

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one star reviews all around.

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I can already picture.

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These guys bullied their

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listeners.

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these assholes Um, but yeah, thank you very much for submitting those stories.

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Um, we really appreciate it.

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I would like an update, Tiffany, from your story.

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I do want to know how that turned out, cause it, it has been long enough that, you might have an update, so that'd be super cool to hear about.

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I'd like an update from all,

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you know,

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all three, if there

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yeah.

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Even if we don't do them on a show, I'd love to hear an update on every, from everyone.

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even in our DMS or whatever.

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But, uh, we are going to go to an ad break.

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And after that, we are going to react to some tick talks that you have sent to us, or have tagged us in.

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Or my girlfriend just shows me it's a, it's a wide range.

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so say tuned for that.

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Alright.

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We are back wicked maniacs.

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We're going to be reacting to some tick talks.

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From toxic men.

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Uh

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No.

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my God.

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I'm already looking at the fucking Tik TOK clip and I know exactly who

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that

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motherfucker is.

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Yeah.

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I called them out actually on that, male podcasters

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clip,

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uh,

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the,

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the one that

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you were like,

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the fit and fresh fucks.

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And there's a

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woman there

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oh, well they, they, I think they pay women to just be at the table.

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I'm about to

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be hella

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upset.

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so this one, he is talking about, women with Instagram accounts and, I, I've never done react to videos, so this what?

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This is new.

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So we'll just let them, we'll let them go in.

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And, uh, we'll see what you guys think

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I think

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if you're in a serious relationship with a girl, she should not have an Instagram.

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That's cheating.

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In my opinion, I think a woman having an Instagram is 100% cheating, especially if she has scantily clad photos of herself on the internet.

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She's not making money off it, which a lot of women tend to do.

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And this brand is for attention.

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You know what I'm saying?

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And I think for women, attention is like, So, uh, you know, women love that intention from, from the opposite gender.

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And if you've got a serious relationship with a girl and she still has a for sale sign on her

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neck, I think that's very disrespectful.

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a for sale sign on her

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neck.

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Like she's a fucking truck on the corner for sale.

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Dude,

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fuck this guy.

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I'm not even going to give him a time of the day.

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Like I hope any listener that heard that already.

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It's like nothing needs to be said.

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He doesn't even need his name.

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Shared fuck this guy.

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I'm glad I've never seen this guy ever before in my life.

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I can't believe that this guy, Uh, I can't see the likes.

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Jesus.

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Fuck you.

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Tell me you're insecure without telling me

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you're insecure.

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yeah,

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Oh,

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Attention is the same as

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sex.

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I'm pretty sure sex is the same as sex.

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Yeah,

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you're a fucking

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idiot dude.

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he didn't say it, but I would assume his take is a woman getting any kind of attention is equal to a man having sex.

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Right.

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Is that what that's kind of what he's saying?

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So Like if I, if I, my girlfriend has an Instagram account, that's equal to me going and sleeping with someone else is what he's saying.

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Basically

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it's not, it is not the same thing.

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You

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he's a fucking idiot.

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Next next.

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I want to roll through these

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man.

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one last one fucking last Tagle game.

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It's not, if, if women wants to.

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Post those types of photos by all

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mean, do you know what I'm saying?

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But the fact that he, this full sounded like he's blaming women for doing that because men can't control their urges.

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It says a lot more about guys

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bucking, you know, not being able to control.

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this Oh my God.

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I see boobs on a screen.

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I'm

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got

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fuck

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kind of

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shit.

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Like, come on man.

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Can't

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control.

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See boobs can't control

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Jeez Jesus.

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Oh my God, this guy's a, guy's a,

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Dick, whatever.

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Move on.

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this next one, is one of my girlfriends shared with me, I believe.

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, and she said, what the fuck is this?

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And I guess there's a bill being passed I believe.

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Potatoes,

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potato heads.

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I apologize from anyone from Idaho who listens

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because they're

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No.

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I mean, I'm talking about like the

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people

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passing those bills,

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yeah.

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Yeah.

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so let's jump into this clip.

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I understand that, that a, uh, someone who has committed a rape would not be able to, uh, Sue if an abortion wouldn't take place, would a family member of said rapist be able to Sue, but they have standing.

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Thank you.

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If it is the parents, siblings, aunts, and uncles, grandparents, then yes.

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Uh, same question then, uh, for incest.

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Thank you.

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Yes.

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So if I am raped and she was to have an abortion in my rapist has 10 siblings.

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Is there anything to preclude All of them and their spouses from bringing a lawsuit for $20,000 each for 21?

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I'm not sure their spouses are included in that list, but no.

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All

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right.

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I'm that guy's fucking face right now.

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What the fuck did I just use?

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I'm this first comment, America, sweetie.

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Are you okay?

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Like

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you guys are from

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Texas.

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Pretty, right.

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Leaning state, right.

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four right-leaning states.

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They're always fucking wrong all the time.

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All right.

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My goodness.

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Ah, and you know what?

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I know

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that.

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But I don't give a fuck.

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yeah,

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They're horrible

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people.

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like.

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Texas to these

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people.

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I'll say

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I Texas, pretty text.

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have the abortion ban, so

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Yeah.

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I mean, yeah, our all, all makers are shitty, but I mean, at least we have big cities that majority are left leaning, so I, I, any Texas Lander I don't fucking stand for, but yeah.

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Fuck these

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guys.

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these it's wild to me.

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So I'm going to go on a bit of a political rant here.

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It's wild to me that the right-leaning people are usually the ones that are like my body, my choice, you know what I mean?

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And then they immediately, immediately are the first ones to be like, now women can do what they want.

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They, they must, uh, adhere to what we want them to do with their bodies.

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And it's like, do you not understand?

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You're talking about both sides of your fucking ass.

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You dumb.

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It

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makes me

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They they've never been my body, my choice

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until

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No, until

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they've until COVID then they're like, well, wait a second.

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But

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How the hell did this episode go from sad before the break.

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And now I'm just angry,

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Yeah.

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Low, low key.

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Last time We do the

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same, like in heated,

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fucking mad.

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We get tagged in these all the time, so it probably will not be the less.

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so, the next video, this will be the last one.

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We'll we'll wrap it up with this video.

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I believe this is a pickup artist, if I'm not mistaken,

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Pickup artists

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already as a.

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Talking about all the toxic masculinity and.

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Garbage.

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We need to make men more feminine.

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That's not going to make men say it's not gonna make the world safer.

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Having a whole bunch of men who've given to their emotions instantly.

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It's going to create more monsters, a bunch of babies and a bunch of monsters fused and fucked up and all kinds of stuff.

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yeah.

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The reality of masculinity is controlling your emotions.

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This is the reality of being a man.

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They try and say that men should give in and it's okay to cry.

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I'm not saying you can never cry something that doesn't happen to you.

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The tenants of masculinity since the Dawn of time have been, I was afraid I did.

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Anyway, this is dependence and masculinity courage.

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That's what courage is.

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I was afraid to storm the beaches of Normandy, but I Did anyway.

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I was afraid to stay in the Titanic, but I did anyway, this is the whole tenants of masculinity.

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And now they're saying, oh, if you're afraid to sacrifice, to be opposed to talk about toxic masculinity and all this

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Um, Did you guys understand what he was saying?

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Yeah, it's done.

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And this bloke is a fucking

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idiot.

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I was gonna say, I didn't understand what he's fucking saying.

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He's saying men control their emotions.

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Is that what he's saying?

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because that is definitely not the case.

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Men are wildly out of control with their emotions, uh, in more cases than women, I believe women understand and can relate to their emotions.

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I

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Logically, at least

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yeah.

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I feel men

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cause society is, has kind of forced them like, and people like these force forced the society to turn into hydro emotions.

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Don't cry.

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Don't, you know what I mean?

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And so men bottle it up until they explode and then fucking, you know, become a serial killer on the next true crime podcasts.

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You know what I mean?

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As someone who is very like.

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I'm very pro like mental health.

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think it shows more courage for someone to be vulnerable because then now you're actively trying.

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You're actively trying to fight the very thing that's trying to destroy you.

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And the fact that you're like bottling everything in and you explode.

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And then, uh, you know, the next person that makes you mad or makes you upset in the street.

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That's not being a man.

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Being a man is being able to say like, Hey, I do have a problem.

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And I know.

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Because you're fighting, you're fighting your pride.

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You're fighting the very thing that society is telling you that, Hey, you're not a, man.

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If you're, if you seek

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help, you're not a man.

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If you like stormed the beach, a fucking Normandy, you know, dude, like grow the fuck

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up.

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Everyone

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needs help.

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Everyone needs us.

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what a comparison

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Normandies compared to everyday society now.

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That is

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bitch.

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You're sipping latte on the

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fucking street.

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You don't know what Normandy is like, Michael.

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Um, to think that a war scenario is the same

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as everyday life, it is not, man is not.

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And yeah, those, those guys were probably scared.

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Those guys probably.

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Tons of PTSD and they are scared to talk about it because men, like you say, no, you shouldn't talk about it, bottle it up, keep that inside.

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And so you get these people with these veterans as John could probably attest that, bottle up their emotions.

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Veterans a day commit suicide because mental health is the biggest fucking problem in the military.

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Yeah.

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That's a huge reason why I got the fuck out.

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You know, I didn't want to be a goddamn statistic.

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And, and, I, it sucked because I threw my career out because I wanted to seek

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help and I wasn't scared of it.

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And it was so stigmatized for men to be like, I have a moment of weakness.

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I

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need someone to

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help me.

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and, to me, John, that is that, that takes more gut and hearts than someone who just bottles it up and just accepts that their life's going to be, you know, depression, anxiety, all that.

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Exactly.

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Cause then you take that out on the next person and that

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yeah.

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that next person doesn't

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deserve that

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treatment from you

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seek fucking help, dude.

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So,

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is making me, I'm so angry right now.

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so if you are a man, please let out your emotions, in a verbal safe space where you can talk about it and

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do not be like this guy and bottle it up.

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because that's how wars like Normandy start.

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Uh, so, uh, that is it for this episode.

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What did you think?

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Obviously, the last people were assholes.

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Uh, you can call the mess.

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fucking,

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even on.

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never seen him

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this quiet.

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a fucking bad Headspace.

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I'm fucking pissed.

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you'll be in the perfect Headspace for the shots and thoughts episode.

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You're going to read,

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Yeah.

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I'm glad I have some time to fucking decompress.

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I truly understand.

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I mean, I I'll never truly understand, but I get now why women were more like, oh my God, like men with Mike's, uh, I don't want to hear it.

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Or like, oh my God, like,

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I'm so surprised

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that, you

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know, these dudes are normal.

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I was like, why.

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Like our normal dudes, not a thing.

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And I guess, fucking not.

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There's fucking these guys going viral.

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I hope most of the comments on here are negative on all three of those videos,

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but Jesus

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Christ,

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uh,

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I understand a little bit better.

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you guys might like

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what we say, you know, I thought we were saying normal shit, but I guess, uh, there's a lot of not normal dudes out there that are getting

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viral.

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So,

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Yes.

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it safe to say that we were raised by

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parents who would not barge in two weeks after you gave birth?

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Mike?

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yeah.

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I was raised by white parents.

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Hey, but not that.

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someone would barge

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in

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not all

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white parents are bad.

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Not all white

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parents are.

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I made the joke.

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It's okay.

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I just don't want to, I don't want to agree.

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And then be like,

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actually that Shawn guy is fucking

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racist,

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even though hot take.

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I don't think you could be racist against white people, but that's a

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topic for

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another.

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You know what?

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It's fair.

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That's fair.

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You going to be mean to white people, but I

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don't think you can be racist towards white

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people.

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well, we love you, Josh.

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You're our favorite.

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Wow.

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Thank you.

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You're welcome.

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that is it for this episode.

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did you guys think these guys were assholes, obviously?

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I hope so.

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God,

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uh, if you liked our listeners submitted the asshole stories, consider sending one yourself.

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So someone, someone

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shot us in the foot.

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dudes

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It was this guy specifically, actually.

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as a pick-up artist.

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This podcast is poison

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What a pickup artist.

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due to teach other dudes how to talk to

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girls

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incorrectly.

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my God.

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This guy looks like the wish, wish version of some Jonas brother.

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What the

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Why,

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talking

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about?

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why are they all bald?

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No offense to bald people, but it's just a.

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It seems like a trope anyway.

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As a man with alopecia.

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I can't let that joke slide,

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Josh.

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I said no offense to all bald people.

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Just, you

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know,

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Yeah.

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It's funny how people say no offense and then immediately a fit.

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Just getting

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up.

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just kidding.

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not all bald people are toxic men, but a large majority of toxic men are bald.

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We'll go with that.

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Oh, interesting.

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Venn diagram.

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This is Sean's villain or Sean's villain arc.

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thank you, John and Sean for coming on the show today, even though I just roasted Sean, uh, thank you.

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Wickham maniacs for listening.

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will see everyone on Monday.

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Peace.