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Little Johnny Joke Review

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This week we talked about Limp Bizkit and great pub jokes. Jack discovers a new cinematic odyssey Every week comedians Jack Druce and Nick Capper catch up to exchange creative ideas and each other's soul(just kidding).  This week Nick and Jack get bamboozled. Join the facebook group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/973969866354562/ You can find Jack Druce at https://www.jackdruce.com/ You can find Nick Capper at http://www.nickcapper.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I, the podcast fans, do you lookfriendships, but also humor? Well, you've come to the right place, it'stime for fun, Tattas, that's right: Fun, catchups, Oh yeah, fun! EONS! Keep onRolling Rolling on rolling a keep rolling, Roan Rolling Kelly love letsshit right here. El I m P. Biskit is right. Here thought I was going to comeup with a funny riff, but instead of the singing the song man. I remember you know you know like peer pressurewhen you're in school and you're just the height of her pressure. I rememberseeing the biggest example of peer pressure I ever saw. I was it was thiskid at my school and everyone thought it was like the sickest song in theworld like a fuck that rocks harder than anything man, and ever I wastalking about you heard that that Tim Biscuit Song, rolling fuck it sick man,and this is like primary school. I guess, and it was everyone's favoritesong and it was like you were your pathetic. If it wasn't your favoritesong, you know like that's the kind of mob ment out it was, and there was thisone. Kid was in a car with him and he's like it's yeah, it's my favorite songand then someone else said: Have you heard it and he was like? No, no, butpeople have told me about it and yeah. It's my favorite song man that God definitely ended up onheroine, Jay, sure herons, my favorite to yeaher tried no, but I heard it's right heard. Good things. Red Reviewsactually be honest, have heard all bad things about it. But if you are saying it's cool, I mean what can go wrong, yeah that man. I remember hearing that Song. I didn'tlike it because I was older. You know I waslike yeah this son, so you didn't, you didn't get the music of the youngpeople you're like one of those old codgers protesting the beetles. Well, Iwas only eighteen or twenty, but I think that's when I started kind ofbeing a bit of a snob yeah. In a way, you know the man that was the start ofmy snowberry yeah, but I still appreciate it that it was a bad art. Itstill got your pumped out watching the clip he's on top of the building, stillget your real pumped. You know roll the Road Rolling and then I descended intomy my more snobby ways I got well. I snobby I just got into good music, a man. I didn't think I'd have to saythis, but you don't have to defend not like in the ETICORE yeah I mean the red cap and the dudedressed in a suit full of white bulbs. You know what I mean like that's that'skind of, but I remember my mate had a Holdin statesman, an old one. It's ait's, a beautiful car, it's an old es kind of one and we hopped in that car.One time when I was like twenty five, so seven, seven, six or seven yearslater after Rollin was released Yeh and he just slammed that track on it dropthe drop. The Hammer on the va yeah and I was like this song- is sick. An I wastrying to be a SNOB, you know like yeah man, maybe we should put P J Harvey onas you fucking drive this yard of man, but I was like no there's, no othersong at this moment this time this is agent to be autiful. Yeah Ma'am, mymate Tom Jackie, had a peroxide Godi. It was sick and the Godi has been terrible and wealways thought it would be a young thing for him. You have this horribleGoaty, but he still got it and still got the same. Girlfriend yeah, who wasyou know, came from a very like well to do family and he came from this kind ofrough. You know family yeah, yeah I and we're just hoping this Godi goes oneday. This fucking sticks around forever. That's sick, yeah, that's a legend!There's something about songs that are like not yeah, like not you wouldn'tsay, they're a good song, but if you're listening to them like in a car on aroad trip right, is it everyone's getting going? It's yeah, like Iremember the wealth mother song joker in the thief,a yeah. It's like by no means a you...

...know, a shattering song yeah, but ifyou're, just in a car with a group of people- and it turns on you like, wegot to just drive all the way to Perth, I don't e Yeh we're never going to stopthe joke around that Evan at night. You just peel out onto the desert. Justreally, I think Andrew stocked out from WolfMother he's really just pulled some pulled some different words out of anold book of some kind to write that yeah, you I mean like the joker and thethief on, like no book has said thief- Yeah at least a hundred years yeah,it's like he was trying to. He wanted to start his own like sort of mythicreligion, but then you just chicken down after the first track. Like I wasgonna, be the day it's going to be a de thing. That's going to be characterswould be like mythology like the craks and then after that it was. It was likeall right now, this one's this one, just cooled woman, I guess acte basic man, I I it's funny. We talk about them,biscuit cous! Look if you haven't, if you haven't read the Title O podcastalready. This is fun catch ups s where Jack and on a catchup. Now I actuallyhaven't seen you between our last one. I don't think no, I think so so man,it's cool that we're talking about the biscuit, because I've actually beenwriting some stuff about Lim Biscuit. But you know when you're a comic, youwant to write things that are relatable to stage that a huge audience can sit just anyaudience, not a tods. I'm going straight for stadiums, baby yeah, but sick, a few open, full biscuit withmaterial about limp, biscuit yeah. Anyone ever done that like hit upmusicians and be like I'll write a set about your songs. If you let me openfor you Rowland, that's my idea. I'm doing that big time. I wonder what Iwonder: What on Fred dos was thinking about when hewas thinking about rolling you know, must have been baking bread orsomething keep rolling that pin anyway on thenext O my generation when they wrote that thethe guys they would have been getting a little lady, so he should have calledit. My penetration yeah tell you that all right now just kidding I yet thebig thing of just rolling from o after every joke yeah, but I I've been, you know, as we've discussedin the podcast I've been trying not to do you know I've been trying to thinkof left field ideas. Things like that. You don't want to work blue these days.I don't want to work blue, I'm trying to distance myself from stories I'llstill write them down. You know what I mean, but I don't know you're trying todistance yourself from stories yeah like telling stories you know yeah,even though some of the ideas, I don't know comedy what I'm saying is comedysucks. That sounds like an extremely sort of like, like a meditation Guru, kind of thingto say you kin, o distance myself from stories. Yeah Man, I'm I'm not a badstory, I'm about creating yeah. I like a vision, not a story yeah, but I am, but I'm one of my books.I've got it here somewhere, I wrote down. Am I because I was trying to beweird again? I remember where's boiling from the Biscuit Right Yep, so he wasthe guy who dressed in the weird costumes, we had light bulbs all overhis his suit and he had weird makeup yeah and you know he played the guitar anyway. He tried to form a band, itleft Lim Biscuit and he tried to form a being called big dumb face, yeah, which primarily focused on being aweird being like Primis, ween or Mer, bungle, which I am big fans of allthose Beenah and they are all very weird, very unique, but still have thiskind of way of showing that they incredibly incredibly technical andamazing musicians. So this obviously flipped big dumb facedidn't go good yeah. So this is me. I...

...rode in the books. Am I ways ballad,like I'm doing comedy clubs I haven't made big, obviously likely biscuit, butnow I'm trying to be weird, like you know, some of my weird peers or tryingto you know like our our our our master, Tony Law Yeah and I'm like am. I wasBolland, that's why I am now I'm the fucking, I'm the guy and who's done.The Olympics, cit arenas, not Olympi Gin, a rein but don the fucking limpbiscuit slog or of appealed to them every day. Man, but now I want to be.You know I want to do different, unique stuff. This sucks, you know I'm alwaysballant. Oh Man, that was that was an incredibly horrible self reflection tohave that's such a specifically. That's just how you have an ex essentialcrisis, so to like very specific, like is early and music, is a yeah how youcan deal with your feelings. I fash of confidence in your work and you like aWasburn. I've ever heard anyone talk about it before. I know it sucks manand then I read up about him like a weekago. I've got I've got is find out what where's Ballin's doing now yeah. Hewent back to limp biscuit yeah, but I kind of respect him in a way because hestudied sculpture at university yeah, and he made a lotof the sets and yeah. You drew a lot of the a a lot of the stuff to do with it.That's cool to do with them, Picata Y, a y Ah, and they went for it yeah. Ididn't want to be one of those show. There's plenty of people in successfulbands who really wanted to you know start their own crazy band, yeah andthen just never did because they were used to used to the fans they had. Youknow yeah. Well, I remember Dave. Growl would always say whenever he released anew food fighters. Album like this is it. This is the fucking craziest Shitwe've done. This is like lead, zeppelins physicalgraffiti, and then it was just another food fighters. Alby like fully respect,Dave Love, the guy I, but just tell just tell people that you're going toyou just playing on triple m yeah. There's no horn section in this or yeahgood. You know what I mean like even the cover of their latest album waslike a threed animated city. I don't know you know why that's a it's likewhat the best track will be played before the footy. Probably a doe justbe cool with that brother. It's fine, you know acdt or Zizi top or whateverthey don't yeah. They just do what they do. Someone will turn it on in a car atone point and you'll be like. Oh, this is good yeah yeah, exactly yeah yeah,so yeah man- that's have you ever had any. Like kind of, I don't know metaphorical like a lowerlevel. Self reflection, like oh endlessly. I think my equivalent ofthis was the the mountain goats release, this album goths, which is not it's the one thatall the fans hate, but I love it. I think it so good, but it's they just as like a criteria. They were likeall right, no guitar on this one and everything they've done ever before islike pretty guitar heavy like okay, I like the early stuff, is just one guyand a guitar yeah and then they're like this album nothing and it's all likeyes, so much horn, so much stuff like that, and it's like yeah. I alwaysthink like. What's the what's that that I could do with standup like what's a crazy limitation I could put on that, would like equalsomething way: Better Yeah, yeah, Yep, Yep Yep for sure youll bowls. No, my writing involves so many vowsthere's something in that band. Now e h and the going to do this next part ofthe seventh, no vows yeah and it's over. I love comedy where it's like: it's notnot good, but it just sort of shits on everyone else. Yeah I mean you, don'treally like what I do, but then at the end you like hey. Well, I didn't useany bolce Yeah Wat, O the big comedian, a it'so thrown around vells left andright. Anyone can do that...

...yeah. I think I think it's definitely hard todefinitely hard stay to go through because to catch you up, Jack, okay. Solast time we talked, I had done a set, and I think I might have said that Iwas doing a couple of sets. Yeah last episode. I've done those sets, I'm so excited. Iit's like I've like talking to you now. It's likewhen you know like someone has never donecomedy on never around comedy and you let someone and they're like I'm astand up comedian and he like what that's crazy. That's how I feel likelike. Ah I could stand up comedy is wild. I love stand up company Yeah. Itwas like to fifteen twenty people, you know Yeah Fifteen or twenty people in there yeain this bar. They pay the because you got to buy a meal. Yeah two drinks so basically paying fiftydollars to see a bunch of comedians peak rustiness, a peak rustiness yea,so the crowd would definitely up for it yeah. The first show the second showyer the okay. I did my one where I said just to recap. The last episode youdon't have to I did this joke about. I forget it. An boozle, bamboozle BenPoza went well, that's good. Yeah, bamboozle Mambos went well men. I think,because it's weird because slightly weird, I don't know whether to recap in theseepisodes, whatever tive ruin this an it's all about being bamboozled andthat weren't good you and I have spoken about a bit where I talked about afather and a son kidnapped someone in the woods and thenthey killed a Guy Yep, and then they went on the run for six months in thewoods didn't get caught by police, and I- and I say at the end of that- Idon't approve their lifestyle. However, I am jealous of the father in some timethey got to have yet you know I mean, like I feel you know they had to coverall aspects like fishing camping. Whatever I don't know, yeah that biddidn't go good. Okay, that be din. That's a surprise! I know I was alwaysannoyed about that. Yes, I think, maybe the time away fromcomedy that comedy fans have become stupid. Maybe they don't know what'sgood anymore, and do you know what I've never done this before, but I thinkthey're the problem, yeah yeah, so there's also this man this you get this to you and I we always. Ithink this would be a bit that Jack Rosald love, but I just been walking out on stagegoing. Anyone remember the first time they went up on a roof yeah. You knowdifferent world up there old balls and never seen you know dedifferent height you get to set the backyard. That's it yeah like that's,that's the whole thing and I had to do a livestream set on Saturday. So I'vedone this set twice and then I did that and it was terribleyeah. The first bit started out. Okay, but half way through, I was like I'll:do an old bit completely forgot it yeah and then the next half of the sad ishorrible. It's just a man. Floundering about is, like it looks. Horriblefloundering on a live stream is so ruel because it's like even at peakperformance, this would still be pretty grim to watch. Like that's my opinion,like live stream comedy it's like I don't know, I sure people must like it,but now I like from me, I, like even the best comedian on earth, firing atall cylinders. This would be just a absolute shore to watch yeah. It wasyeah, it was. It was difficult. You know it was difficult, but anywaythat's a that's. What you got to do. You got to got to go through the hardyeah, definitely the hard stuff but yeah. So man look as much as I wouldlike to tell you. It was a big rush. It was crazy. No I'M I'M! I wish I'dkind of waited longer. Yeah. Really. I...

...had a better set some yeah, I'm tryingto temper my expectations, because I part of me feels, like God, it's my life. It's my dream. I gotto get back up there, but then you got to remember like a lot of times. I really hated this andwanted to quit. Real bad, you know can be romanticizing that too much I thinkyou've got to be overly prepared yeah. I try to come up with a new ten minutesshould have been trying to come up with a new twenty to half an hour, yeahyou're right, that's what you got to have. In my opinion, I kin of yeah. Idefinitely not because you're not anywhere near that, but you'll only gettwo minutes out of that yeah. So that's what that's! What if you go in withthat? You will only come out with about five to six minutes. I reckon it'sgoing to be so weird, knowing what stuff to do, even because it'slike there was no comedy festival. So normally it's like a like a harvest ofmaterial. You know you write it Ole for the festival, then that happens thenit's over yeah and then you start writing this stuff, whether it's likewhat are the? What are the rules going to be yeah, your festal stuff? Do youwork on new stuff? Oh Man, it's so hard so hard to doanything. You know, like I, don't know a real like when I had that bad gig onthe live stream. I felt bad like I felt I'm a bad, especially especiallybecause I've been trying to work out. I've been trying to write for a couplehours a day, Ye know, and not. Every day, some days I haven't been, I felt the felt I was coming back in what youknow. I was influenced by life. What's that Michael Jordan documentary put ona good show every time, yeah all this kind of stuff, but yeah I walked away going. I wasmassively unprepared for this, like I was a I'm terrible like I. I don't know if there was a way intothis, the streaming gig. I don't know whether there was a, but when I did the the Friday gee citedto at the bar yeah first one the people were up for it, soI kind of got away with it. You know and then the second one went good, butI didn't know how to end it. So I was just I don't know if for people whohaven't seen standup before or you know and are listening to this,sometimes you see a comedian just kind of flail at the end yeah just sort ofdrift out. Well, I guess that's me by yeah and that's kind of a nightmare ina way like, even if you go real good, they people will not remember you likeyeah, obliterating thirty seconds earlier. If you are like that yeahexactly you wont, you want them to be like cheering anyway yeah. Your roundof applause for the end of your set is like was already happening. Yes, youbig joke yeah and then you leaving is just like a by the way. I'm out here.Yeah Yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay, I better go now. I've done my job. You knowwheres yeah, the kind of I don't know Fiziologie and you looking very yeahyeah. Well what I like I've obviously mistaken this for a conversation, a yeah so yeah it was having to get usedto that. I came back and I said that's what I've got to get used to now, justnot ending strong yeah. You could cut as gas light everyone andbe like this is how comedy always is he ever ended? Strong. You remember comedy a Haco ple goodbits in the middle nomine at the end till you do it. Maybe I go to hosttonight. So maybe I'll do that, like we've got a lot of COMEAS, I haven'tbeen up for a while. So they're all good, but I mean I'll be surprised if any ofthe mean strong yeah just remember comedy was always bad. You got toremember that Guy Yeah Yeah there's going to be at least two to threefizzles like yeah or maybe existentia crist yeah I'll, write that then maybeyeah. It's like you, remember, comedy being good, but it's like it's likewhen you remember being a kid, and you know everything is fun, iat a differenttime. Yeah...

Yeah, I remember when Susa's was great.You know you can have all you could eat. Why would you go to any otherrestaurant right now? Well, that's burn that dump down yeah man. Can I tell you about my new cinemaodyssee? Okay right, so you know and you're one of the greats at this aswell, but, like my favorite thing, is watching kind of bad weird movies, with my friends, Jane Cambo and you've beenaround for this a bit as well and just figuring out good movies that it's likethe movies one thing, but you just want to recal, make fun of it and like makeyour own jokes watching it and it's it's a real art trying to find themovies that are perfect for this you're, like a you, like an amazing likesniffer dog, for finding those good riff movies, like you brought the get the Gringo and man with the IronFist, yeah, which was directed by one of the guys from the from the Wootanclan. Yes and it's got Russell Crow in it's, and it's also like a Chinesemartial arts film. It is the best movie I've ever seen man, so it is like asecond we. I always say this. It's like a second grade. Kid wrote a story yeah, it's so good yeah. I know I so alsoadded a point break to the Oh yeah to t e, the new point: Braden Yeah, so you're very good at findingthose, but we've gone to a new level. Now, because there's no new moviescoming out really and we were trying to figure out something good to watch and what we did. I mean my house make Cambo.We one of our other house mates, has hisnet flix connected to the play station yeah. So it ought be fun to just likeyou know you can like a movie or put it on your list to watch later yeah. Wejust started banging any movie. We could on to that list because it's hisaccount. So now his algorithm is going to be just fucked like yeah, any crazymovie from anywhere in the world, so we're doing that as a horrible joke,and then we found we were trying to watch something again, but now we arewatching it. So we're victims of our own frank is a insane algorithm yeah.But there we were like. Oh, what are going to watch and there's this moviecalled the Beach Loafer, which is like an Egyptian comedy and we're like allright. Let's, let's do our best here, let's lock in and try and watch thebeach loafer Y A. I cannot remember the last time I left as much as the beachloafer. It's like a it's like their equivalent of like anAmerican Pie. Type Movie. It's like an egg like teen sex, comedy kind of thingis that the energy it gives off, but I imagine watching American pie but you'd.Never you just arrived on earth. You didn't know any references or any thelike what the jokes meant or anything that was my experience of watching thebeach loafer. It was so good, and it's just I have no idea what like there'dbe bits where it's like all these. These guys are talking and one of themwill say like the talking about food or something, and then one of the guyswill be you'll, say yeah, thank God for your mother, the the bread merchant andthen they all laugh so fucking hard they're, all like slapping each other.On the back and stuff the bread merchant, I guess that'ssomething, maybe something in Echa. I got to check this movie out. This isgreat. It was so good and there's like a guy. You know like a nines movie ifsomeone like smoked, weed, they're, all real life, someone smokes weed thatkind of pretty normal yeah, but then in a movie they're like smoke, weed andthey're like seeing hallucinations on, like they can't walk properly they'relike O. it's like that happens if the character has sex a cause. The guys inthis room, I was like insinuating he's having a sex with a woman, and then hecomes out, and it's like he's all dishevelled and hallucinating. He'slike oaths is an incredible movie. Man When you find a when you seesomething like that, it's just the best. I remember my brother and I mybrother's cleaning out my parents shed...

...at home, and he found this one callednewly deads yeah and it was like this Vahs I bought purely you know that itwas going to be bad yeah. It was one of those one. It was too bad. It was sohorrible, like yeah, it was just someone sat down anddevoted all their time to the title yeah I nearly weds newly dead. Whatabout the film it doesn't matter? We got a title. Ges, let's go for me.People ll see this yeah when the movie is too bad to havefun, watching it's a real, it's one of the loneliest moments there is, I think,like when you're you know you're trying to force the RIF. Oh you just like justsitting there for twenty minutes in Awkward Silence, and then you got to belike. Oh what? If that guy was a you know, a frog or something that'llbe funny right man. I was called in the worst roof the other day. It washorrible because, like you, I realize you one of my best mats fun time whenyou said this, you said this. I hate people that look through their phonewhile we're trying to watch a fucking movie yeah. He said I can't stand itright. I love that yeah, so I take it very unless, unless I'm inthe roof, okay, I'm watching the movie yeah locked in yeah and on s BS on themen. They've got the Clinton Affairs Right. It's about all about BillClinton's a fare, Monica wisky, it's great! It's a very good documentary, my girlfriends, having a great time.We've got a friend over my house, made to there they're all riffin over thetop of the bill, Clinton documentary yeah, what a horrible situation they'reall having fun. I am in a nightmare yeah I'm trying to concentrate they'reall doing gags about the people that are interviewed like good. They looklike shit stuff and like. Ah, this is an absol night and I'm I don't hold itagainst and they having a great time. I didn't want to say: Oh everyone shut up.I did do a cup itch when I was trying to hear some good bits, but man it was.It was a real debacle. Yeah you want to know about what bill was up to a manand it's in depth. You know the white water scheme, the they rift all over.The top of that in intensive to go back, look through all the you know the Bill Clinton's you nocurrency records like why want to be stuff as killed themselves. Yea. All of that was taken up by the roof.Okay, you're going to get in some nuance discussion about the Donas,don't tell policy in the s and yeah a and some of the be like. What do youthink nick and you'll only have remember because of the riffin too hardyeah they're, all talking about. Oh look at this dumb work. Oh she's hadwork done. No, there are a little. I must admit you tosay you know there are a lot of odd charactersworking in parliament. It does seem to be a lot of weird heads: The molemenyeah, the White House, yeah in the White House. I reckon in government ingeneral is or weird heads. Isn't there start up companies a lot of beautifulheads yeah. I find a lot of a lot of kind of people walk up up ways. Youknow what I mean. I think I think in in government, terrible postures yeah alot of weird hair things going on Chins a lot of double chins triple Chins, butthe people aren't fat. They just got big Chins or fat Chins. You know, I I areal bit of yeah, so it was. It was a night ma mancalled in the C. that's not a bad story, I don't know I bad, not a bad Steno, but you knowtalk about the Rif having a good time, someone rifting over the most horrificdocumentary ever yeah. I mean I've been there when you watching like somethingabout you know, because I feel like net flixis just figured out. It's like. Oh, you know what people like the worst shitimaginable. I like Poe, one like just...

...serial killers and yeah, like Petofi eslike war like that, every documentary- and you know you watch one of those andyou try and get a bit of a rift goin or something someone says something andit's like you're laughing and then it's like it dies down and he just stuckwith the horror of the world and me like. Oh, why would I make a joke aboutthis? What am I thinking? Oh Man, I, my Nan, has got net flix now and she'slike eighty something and she knows how to work it, and so it's so cool. I loveit and we to I recommend net flix shows to so, but this morning right this is he.This is the way the conversation went. I wring her. She answers the phone. Shesays that she said sorry, I got just got to get a lady at the door. The ladywas showing me photos of the houses she makes out of tooth picks. I was like man: Where did this ladycome? Did he just rock up a net and then it'slike it was nice meeting you I'm like you just let this crank she's like no? No, no. She can't shewas. She was the cleaner that came in today. I was like: Okay went from that torugby league, how good the game was yea last night, then to Epstein, Oh man, what a real so much information for yeah. So I was like what is net flixturning people. He Man Yeah. I there was this: Is I mean this? Is Not it's not funny? It's no good, but I waswatching this documentary about a it was like this, like a guide,committed, murder and was doing life in jail, and they was talking about hisstory and stuff, and it was one of the harshest things I've everseen in my life like you, it was went to the crime he committed, but it alsowent like his own upbringing, leading him commit to the crime, and it's likeeverything that happened to him was so unspeakable as well, and you see how itforms a person and like it's just the most intense thing and at the very endof the documentary he's he's holding the cat and he's got this like it'slike he's an old man now, but he's finally found sort of like a community and family and like thischurch group in prison and he's friends with all the guys and he's got this petcat that he really loves. And then the count was named after some one of thecharacters in the short shank redemption. And it's like this real sadkind of like story with this one tiny triumphant beat at the end and the islike the music swelling and it's about to end and he's holding the cat andhe's like yeah, it's named so and so from the movie Shim Sham Redemption andjust moves on, and I was laughed so hard because it's like a. Why would they? Why would they not justcorrect him for the sake of the dock? This is he's had the worst life ofanyone on earth yea, and this is the only time anyone will ever see him orhear his story and he's got the craziest blooper. Just like Yeah ShimSham Roden. You thought the boy was called Shim Sham Redemption. Why would the Doko guys not be like hey,yeah, great stuff, really appreciate the interview? We just get one way yousay: Shall Shang Rene just so we can just say you don't look incrediblyfoolish, a millions of people that will be seeing you for the one only time, myGod, that is, that is probably a Jack druce stand up bit in the making.I think maybe I don't know how to it's. One of those ones are. It's like. Iwish that wasn't what I loved yeah. That makes me laugh so hah yeah yeah,but yeah. I know it's so hard not to to laugh at things like that. Sometimesthose because you do like that's one of...

...the reasons why we do comedy is to walk, as I always found those dumbthings funny, and then some people are most people around. We didn't yea. She was sheine redemption. Now, that'sfunny yeah and that's straight after, like youprobably watch some comedy show that had four riders on it or something likethat you were like this is Shit Yeah this Shim Sham Redemption Man. That iscrazy. I I went to the peninsula as I wastelling you before with some friends on the weekend. Yep and I don't know you know my friend Bretlike he said this would be my stand up it, which is kind of weird, but I couldpicture you doing it as well. Is that we got in the UBA- and there was this-this suburban guy within hearing kind of one of those big gold, earrings yeah,you know a sports cap is is in in Morbo going out, or this is out of thepeninsula out at the Pendencia yeah. Not You know he picks us up and he'slike. Oh do you guys want to hear a joke? We said yeah cool and this after hesaid the fake virus, all right yeah, he said t t yeah the fate the fake virusgoing around whatever you know, but then he goes so that that kind of givesyou an insight. I know you know it's going to be a great joke. Yeah, it'sgreat. So he talks about. You know they have thecharacter. Little Johnny. I don't know like an old, jokes andstuff. Just keep popping up. Yeah L, Johnny, say so little Johnny is drivingalong a policeman, pulls him over and says you were speeding. What's yourname, I need your details right. He says my name is wank break. He goes wank breaks, not your real name. Wheredo you work at? He goes balls, balls, balls, bigger balls and more balls, andhe goes no, you don't give me their number or whatever. So then he gets pulled over by anotherpoliceman yeah and he's speeding again, and he goes what's your name and hegoes wink break. He goes where that's not your name. Where do you work at? Hegoes balls, balls, bigger balls and more balls. He goes I'll ring them anyway. Thisthis happens. Another time yea right and then I forget, is: Is She tells thejoke? Is He telling the joke like he's already laughing and is like he's like,cannot wait to yeah the tension in his mind is just I it's building, so bigyeah and a cup, so the policeman get together on a Monday or something andthey go all right- we're gonna yeah. I ran into that book as well. Wank, breakballs, balls, bigger balls like all right. Let's ring this place and see ifit they ring the the place and then the guy into thephone says hello. This is balls, balls, bigger, balls, more balls, he goes. Do you have a wank break thereand he goese make we've been Protestant for five years just to get a tea break? That's it the end of the joke. I mean that's not like that's not asbad as I was expect. Yeah I'll, be honest. I know I was like it's. I don'tknow. I was telling telling my mate that that that's kind of an alternativecomedians joke yeah. If you told it right, I don't understand why the why the business was called balls.Balls balls, bigger balls like as the whole joke is: Ah You have a Langbeckthere. Yes may we haven't, but Blah Blah bat like there's no reason for Iknow that for it to be a crazy business name, which adds an extra layer to it.Also the speeding thing yeah like the the policeman, so the policeman's got to ring him andthen it's going to happen three times yeah and then the policemen have tomeet up and compare stories and like it's like it's like a knock, knock jokethat he's turned into like a whole...

...scene. Yeah, like is turned the knock,not joke into like a Sitcom pilot where there's different characters and it's just the best yeah I this. This iswhat I love about. These old jokes is some of them get straight to the youknow, some of em get straight to the point, but most have these weird littledetails that the most uncreative person willtell yeah they've gone on the most creative journey, yea more creativethan any comedian could ever go on, and he says I in that he said in the sametune. He goes hello, you've reached balls, balls, bigger balls and moreballs like he knew this forbade. He Yeah it was. It was so beautiful. Icracked up laughing. I was like this is the best like just because I don't wantto point out. I don't want to say who man an we fucking Communio and thosethe UNICA joke. I'm like I love all that Shit. I love the fact that, like what are the different scenariosthere to get to the wank break, joke yeah, also like all I'm thinking aboutnow, is like. What's the working conditions at bulls, bulls, bulls,bigger balls would have been protesting for five years to get a tea break yeahexactly where is this joke said in like the industrial revolution and my fucking tea break? That's a protest for five years. Bulls: Bulls, bulls, biggles mobilesneeds like a Better Union or something I also love it that he should have justsaid. A guy was driving along rather than little John Yea. This is thrown so much more confusionin it into the Caldron, because you got toremember all the other like Shit, jokes, that involve little johnny and yetremember like like is this chronologically? Where does it fit intoall the other street jokes and yeah man yeah nic, Nick Corn, and I were just talking about like pub jokes likethose yeah and I just want their. We all talked about it, but we got to do anight. We just tell pub jokes look like he told me a good one aboutthere's a piano player that could play yeah you'll play anything. You tell himto play it or play it. You know I says Oh gunton roses. We told him one andthe piano play a that's right. Sorry, no! Sorry! I want this to be to do thenights for this to be the exact tone of it like. No one can really remember howit goes or yeah yeah. That's right. Now the the piano player only plays dirty songsright, if you know a dirty song, your player,so the like. Can you play? I don't know Dick Suckingdicks or something he's like yeah. No, where is he plays it he's like? Can youplay this and he plays it and, like Oh man, he's the most beautiful pianoplayer ever and then their pianos players just got to go to the toiletand he comes back out and then one of the people goes. Do you know that youare Dick's hanging out of your zipper and there's piss dripping out of it andhe's like I can play the first three bars. That's that's so good that one yeah. Ilove that one. I think that's really vay. I think that's required a lot ofimagination to get there and yeah yeah. I don'tknow. I think I could imagine someone riding that with a feather. You know of like a quill yeah yeah like there's thelike the rival joke writer on the other side of the city is like how do they doit like driving them crazy, like like someone went away to thewoods yeah like a year, and they emerged like a parchment that had thatwritten on it yea a patch mine man, thee, those I don't know it's. Ifeel...

...it was a pleasure to hear those jokesgrowing up in around rural areas or at boarding. School, though, are quiteprevalent, not saying that you didn't have jokes at your school yeah peopletold, but I feel I felt lucky her in those jokes, butalso I wouldn't feel jealous of anyone who hadn't heard those jokes yeah. Ithink I've had like a newer appreciation for him, because I think Ilike always really like to stand up really early YEP, so it was like you,people do like. Oh you heard this one. There was a fucking this guy and he'sjust like the grossest shit ever and yea. I thought that was real. Funny-and I was like I mean you know- I, like you, heard a Machadolike come on. Like you know, I mean I like now just been in better thanstand up world for so long. You're like Oh man, if for jokes, just like canjust anonymously, stand the test of time somehow and just gets like passthrough people. I that's kind of cool, so man, what what idea is? Are yougoing to go to run by me, yeah run by well yeah, that's some stuff! I cantalk about. I mean we're forty minutes in it's a to me cause. So I to the forthe meat and bones you know. Well, I is subject I've wanted to talkabout for a while. I haven't really had a good jog for, but like it's like, because I'm from Canada Iwas born in Canada and came here. I was ten, but it's like it's very weird to people. When I referto myself as an immigrant yeah, you know I mean it's like when you're awhite guy who's, just English as your only language, as seems kind of weird,to talk about yourself as an immigrant like, and I don't know how to get intoit really. But it's like it's like it's like a technicality. You know I mean,like I'm an immigrant the same way that, like Pumpkins, are actually a type ofmelon yeah. You know it's like that's that's technically true, but they'redoing a pretty good job fitting then with vegetables, yeah right likethey're, getting a lot of work in winter, soups, yeah, other vegetabledominated areas yeah, sometimes when other vegetables get drunk they'll,tell them how they think. There's too many melons yeah yeah, that's o fun t, but there's nothingtropical about a pumpkin and no like yeah. I can fit in it a roast. Youcan't you can't put it in the jungle. It looks at a place yeah, but I don't know I ulus be a fun way toget into it or something. But I want to talk about like how it's it is. Weirdbecause I'm afraid of like Havin having discussions with other likeother immigrants to Australia, because it's like you, don't want to get in asituation where you're talking about your stories and how you came to be anastraie. I remember when I was a kid I was talking to this like kid, but whenI lived back in Jarano there was this Iraqi guy who lived there, and he wastelling me about like how his family got to Australia and it's just likehorrible, like this insane story where he has to like they leave in the deadof night and they'd like getting chased through the desert and they got shotout and he got like separated from his family from his father for like yearsor something like. I don't remember exactly, there's just this nightmare ofa story right and he got to the end of the story andwas talking about how how happy he was having his like citizenship ceremony inAustralia and then it's like an idiot. I went like Oh yeah. I had one of themyeah and he's like Oh cool. How did your family come to? Australia and thenI just like froze because it was like Oh fuck, I was just like so scared,because I knew the real answer to that question was via Disneyland yeah a like. We went from Vancouver and flewto Disneyland and went to like Disney land for three days, because my parentswere like like Brie man us like we didn't want to move to Australia, Imean my brother, so they like well we'll going to Disneyland it'll be fun,so we to like Vancouver Disneyland Sydney and it's like God, you don'twant to be like swapping immigration stories when yours involves like thehappiest place on her like...

...such a bad position of be like isnothing I can say to that. Guy Yeah, I lost my dad for a bit as well and wefound him at space mountain it was. It was at a great time yeah. I was thinking about it as wellas like. Maybe that's, maybe that's good, because it's like ifyou're like that's the way you want to enterAustralia is like through me. I don't know how I could work this out on astage because I don't want to trivialize anything, but it's like ifyour family is coming to Australia in some ways, it's better to come throughhardship because you really appreciate being in Australia feel like. Oh, thisis so welcoming in the so mary opportunities. I can build such a greatlife here, but for me coming to Australia's just like, ah worse thanDisneyland, no Hell Fun, Mickey Mouse charactersjumping out at you yeah. I don't know something in that. I think yeah. That'sso good man yeah the whole thing yeah. I lost my dad too, and Space Manta it'sgreat yeah. We have to wait in line for eight. Is it big, yeah, yeah rain oneday, yeah food's pretty expensive yeah? We couldn't stay right on site at theDisney a you know, they've got the, but my parents couldn't afford at the timeyeah the drive in a little bit at a drive and we had to get a motelseparate from Disneyland Yeah. We couldn't have the characters Greek great year forbreakfast yeah that a lot of other kids had got. The lines are pretty long. Theweekends yeah you know like, I think we're only there for one weekend ismostly during the week which that was fine yeah. But when the Saturday ohforget about it, you know and the it was. You have to take two flights toget there. So Vancouver Yeahs, no doesn't go direct La Yeah York, then toSidney so yeah it was, I don't know it, it was hard run each other's nerves. You know mom,wouldn't let me get a Mug he I can get one thing and I was like I want to toyou know you only got a a D, an yeah yeah, my brother's a bit younger thanme. So I wanted to go on the big roller coasters, but he you know couldn't geton some of them yea. So yeah, that's a good man. That's so goodit is. It is so weird that I've never thought about that that you are animmigrant yeah. I think I your resident bit yeah,I mean it's not a it's. I feel like I'm like it's true, but it weirds peopleout to even talk about it. It's like I'm trying to latch on to some weirdidentity, it's cool, because some people do try to latch onto thosethings which is kind of weird. You know people, I don't know. I find that thatI have latched on to the country yeah. Yet I abandoned the country and thecountry didn't like me yeah, but when I found out it was interestingto other people. Ah, that's what I kind of loved it again. I think I've donethe same, a bit from like being from Jaron Gong, like being from a smalltown. You kind of like find the little point of difference to talk about whenyou just put stand up and other things yeah it's like there's, because I feellike the truth of is it's just like you watch you get so bombarded by likeNorth American culture on TV yeah that it's just nothing I could just doesn'tin terms of a cultural difference is just who gives a shit like it's likeyou know you get here and I'm like calling, sometimes like all lolly's,candy, yeah and people, don't even correct me because they know what Imean yeah like that's, that's the extent of it yeah. I think it's soweird, because no one, I would ever ask you, I don't know, even though I'venever been to Canada, I know how it works. Yeah, just like I wouldn't Idon't have the gonna throw you. I don't have to ask you for any type ofCanadian Customs, yeah or advice on how...

...to approach another, Canadian or yeah. No, I know so many Austrains havegone to Canada and none of them have been like. What should I? How O? Whatare the local customs? I I'm visiting a family of there. Whatkind of gifts do they like a kind of things? Do they give do they celebrateChristmas yea? That's that yeah, that's yeah! That is so weird yeah that Idon't know when someone has to be a point of reference or advice. Then youknow they're they're an imbudent immigrant yeah. You know that's so good. I would love to writesome kind of sketch men, where you you're, a Canadian guy in Australia, ofcourse, but there's a situations where you do try to play it up. Like Hey, I'mwaiting in a like some. I know someone's waiting in line for a bankand people complaining, Oh, was in the bank open, or this is taken too longand you're like Hey, I'm an immigrant from Canada, yeah I've had it harder than the rest of youyea. You don't mean I've. Had it like everyone else now. Just let me let methrow it. You know, be happy. There's a bank at all, yeah, yeah, Canada. I mean I was like nine when Ileft, so I don't remember the big banks, but maybe there was probably was banksactually yeah? I remember I was in Bolivia once andthere was A. I don't know in Bolivia was coolbecause they're not polite they're, just like they just push in front ofyou. If you're a foreigner yeah and I kind of respected that because they'relike well look we're do all doing and hardy it's a hard country to grow up in.You can fuck off yeah yeah, I mean like the rest of the south, Amerigo, prettyfriendly, overly friendly in some places, but they're like now. We can push infront of you and I was traveling with this French girl and she eevery one in the bank pushed in frontof us like everybody and then she's like no. No, no, no, she spoke Spanishsaid No. I am not going to stand for this and I was like just I don't know. I instantly wentinto Australia Mode O. I was just like I'm just going to stand back yeah within front of me if you like, but the other funny thing was the twoguys got in the bank. One had like an overly sized gun and the other one justhad a rocket launcher like in Terminator two o Man Wild. So it was like. Do you think it had a loaded rocket init or it was just for show like just to let everyone know not the mess with ityeah. I think so man, because you would to have to run at least ten to twenty meters before he couldfire one off or maybe even longer, and it's like by the time he's loaded it upyeah a lot I mean I'm no military expert,but it's not like like who is, he think, is going to robthe bank where that would be the best option. Yet like it's, not it's not apin, point accuracy type weapon. Well, I feel like scoping out a lone bankrobber. Well, as long as I get the target, that's it I mean if I have totake three blank bank clerks at war as well and half of the building itdoesn't matter. You know it was kind of one of the I should I should say it wasone of those rocket launches where it looks like a oversized shotgun wherethey load the big, really huge bullets into the back of it kind of liketerminated to Yeah Ronny fires. It rather than the you know, we'relaunching a full rocket in or what you are like it would you hold it over yourshoulder and nade launcher yeah? Had you rested on your shoulder like that?Oh Ye, like a normal, I think you would hold it like a normal gun right yeah,but it was still. I was like, should be quiet this guy's, going to rock a lot O. I remember also went to a you know, because a lot of ATM getrobbed in India, and I think I told this story as well, where I saw a guystanding next to the ATM in this clothing shop just had a double barrel.Shot Gun ye an extra long barrel like...

...just an old man standing there trousersshirt tucked in holding the longest shotgun I've ever seen, it would havebeen nearly longer than the shop I wanted to tell him. I was like man sawdown the barrels less accuracy, but you know you can get him at a better range.You know yeah. I I thought of this. I wasthinking man. I've got a host to night, so I've got a hoste GIG. So therefore Ithought- maybe I would do some more observational, stuff, sure, okay, soyeah I went away on the weekend, went away with my friend but blake and his girlfriendand my girlfriend and my girlfriend loves wineries, love stuff of that. I, like that too,we men do a distillery. It was great. Okay, learn a lot of stuff all thatkind of thing, but I was we went to this cafe right,it's kind of up in the hills, and I think you know straight away whatkind of cafe this place is? Okay, so it's good a cafe. It sells a little bitof wine, but there's also a clothing shop joined on to that Oh great, andit's always some weird animal for that. You never thought that animalhad. For you know I like fucking, Yak yeah, it's all. This is all Yafir, youknow and it's you go in there they've got that, but then they've also gotbooks written by environmentalists, but thebooks always have they're, always white, and then the writing is in gold, foil.You know those kind of books, a yeah like Gorman is a process or whateveryeah like it's going to be. I have a lot of inspiring quotes and stuff yeahyeah and there's always old agricultural antiques out the frontyeah those kind of places- and I just had this existential crisis- I was likeman. This is great that we're doing this. I've had a lot of fun, but stillis, is my life wasting away like is this? Is this where you press pause onyour life? You get to thirty seven and now lives, paused, yeah like it doesn'tit doesn't go from here, I'm not going to do anything crazy. This is the restof my life, but yeah like this is the craziest it's going to get yeah andlike an hour out of town and looking at some quoke, all right. CAFE: Yeah Yeah,Yeah Yeah, it's Nice, don't get me wrong. I love it. I love it. I enjoy it,but also at the same time. Yeah. Is this a precursor of driving a MW andtalking about the weather? Yeah? Is this it that's what I was trying to kind ofwrite about. It is yeah yeah you want to. You want to go out insome kind of crazy yeah. What's the the bric spring scene thing you'd like that,I can't remember so this a great quote that I was likeor it's like yeah, you burn, burn out or your fade away, or so it's better to burn out them fade away.Yeah. I think that was cook cobain right right, but he could have stole itoff the boss, you on ever new yeah, I'm trying I'm trying to apply that to youra yeah, the kind of quirky art cafe situation. You got to burn out an Iswinging. You know what of hoste, gigs and stuff. I always talked about kindof those type of geeks. I mean type of places where they've AAYS, it alwaysthe same thing like a wooden toy shop place. You know, yeah also wouldn'ttoys because you wouldn't sell these in the city. It's got like a fudge, factory cheese,but they just have everything as well like they'll, get self fudge and alsowooden things, but then they'll be just like a pile of rocks. That say likehope on them, or something like it seems that you pay more to endeavorinto a more Primitive Society Da. We make our own cheese here. Webuild a toys like yeah. I just rather go back and buy Gi. Jo, that's like gotbatteries in it, yeah and they're. Just...

...taking advantage of the fact that, likeyou, don't know what their town is famous for. Yes, they can just trickyou every time it's like. Oh we've been making caramel fudge here for eighthundred years and you like we're famous for it and then you look at as a signthat says the famous fudge place on it and you like yeah. I guess so go. Take your word for it that you'reincredibly famous for making this fudge yeah yeah. So yeah, that's a was kind oftrying to you know. Just trying to go into those things is. Is this my youknow trying to had that other bed that I've been going for, runs lately andbeen trying to play basketball? You know my girlfriend to says L, let's gofor a walk and why don't we have some? Why do we have a cheese platter orsomething and I'm like yeah, but I love doing this, but can we just dosomething? That's not achievable by the elderly yeah. You know I don't want to.I don't want the fitness regime of someone with an investment propertyyeah I want you know I want to fucking, be set onfire and jump off a cliff or something I don't know yeah. Oh Man, absolutely yeah. I know you mean it's like youwant to. I like, I feel, like my workout regime this week, or so hasturned into like the what I've always wanted. When I was a kid like, I justdid. I did like Jujitsu, which I've neverdone before. I know what I like, then I boxing and then I rock climbing, likeall back to back. It was like the dream. This is amazing. I'M gonna yeah comeinto comedy with a whole new energy. Now Gigs it back, and I'm just thisreal aggressive, psycho yeah. Looking everyone in the neck. I've beendoing a lower level of that and just been doing all my training with threebricks in a back yeah psycho was at. I thought, yeah, it's not as crazy asyours, but yeah. I do feel like, even if I do justto Pushun with the bricks in the backpack yeah, the endorsin is so incredible becauseyou just feel like a monster. Man and you're probably getting less work donethan without em, but I feel, like I'm conditioned from the the rocky movies,because now I just think that if you're working out in a if you're, comfortable and you'reworking at an expensive gym like you're Doin for failure, yeah you ruined, butas soon as you like, in some kind of like rustic, primitive work out sittingor you like lifting bricks and you're in the desert or the wilderness, orsomething like that that it's like! That's that's! When you're going to winfor sure man have you seen creed to yeah? I think so, the second, the waythey go fight out in the desert, the train in the desert, that is the bestyeah worst movie ever, but so fucking that that is we've got. We got to watchthat for a rifest one time, that'll be good, yeah yeah and how he is that kindof story, how his girlfriend's death yeah. But it never really goes anywhere.You think, AH, it's causing them problems because she's deaf yeah, butthere's no real resolution to it. They're, just like throwing that inyeah. You know in to yeah I plays a big part in the first one in the second one.They're like won't know how to deal with this create man. I was watching that justgoing yeah when they it's so weird because rocky one, you know the original rocky incrediblemovie and it's like an art house classic and then one of the worst oneswas the one where he does fight the Russian guy forget his name asDrago Drago Yeah. That's that's one of the worst like it's just over. You knowit's like rocky solving the tensions between America and Russia. Yeah is don't get me wrong. Sport can do butrocky no yeah yeah. It would be like if, what's that movie, that people talkabout has been like the greatest of all time. Likei rose buds with the sledgeand everything yeah yeah. Was that...

...really cooled? The Yeah my memories killed the rifts onthis pocket. Try, you know just making like an art house movie, that's likeconsidered like the greatest of all time and everyone's like that's such astunning piece of work, and then you just followed up with like three movies,where you play all the characters and a fat suit, or something like just tarnishing the legacy of the goodone. But it's so weird because they're spending millions of dollars on thesemovies and then they make the same mistake again only like twenty yearslater or thirty years later, yeah by releasing the same one with the samecharacters and it's the same piece of Shit Movie Man, that's good yeah. I don't know ifI've got any other ideas. Men Do you have anything else you want to discuss.I got some things I can say for the next one. I guess I Ahar a while yeah,that's good. It's been man. This has been a fun catchup. I was going to say.I also thought this had been a fun catchup. I would labor it is that yeahI would label it as that. Can you please save this file as a fun, catchupyeah? Something all is that and I have noidea which ones which it's real administrative nightmare. Please giveus your feedback on these and yeah. We Have Facebo K group set up and yeahcatch catch me on cap of flapper yeah, I've, witter and I've started tweetingagain at a glorious period of just being off our social media, but runsome jokes and twitteth T's. A Good Jack Rus, yeah yeah one of the Best Ities so and yeah we'll catch you soon for a onate.

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