I've Had It - Time to Wean off the Tit

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Okay, listener, it’s time for bonus content. And we asked you guys to send us DMS to our

Instagram and they have been coming in. So each Thursday, we’re going to pick the producer

Kylie is going to pick two or three DMS. Okay. And she’s going to play them for us. Okay.

And then we’re going to free ball it. So have you heard him before? No. Okay. I’m lying.

I have. We’d just like to keep it secret from you. Okay. All right. But also, listener,

we really we need you guys to rate what else pumps review and subscribe. That’s right.

And follow. Oh, follow. Yes. Yeah. And then apparently, our new producer that’s joined

the team, Kylie, who joined Jen and Nellie, she knows how to get people wound up on TikTok.

I know. And so they’re going crazy over on TikTok about the baby talk. I’m shocked that

anyone would admit that they baby talked much less defend it. So on TikTok, the majority

of these listeners are pissed at us, right? They’re pissed off. And they are the baby

talk defenders. Yeah. Of all the things you’ve said, this is the one that is really getting

under their skin. I’m shocked. We’ve said so many offensive things and they’re pissed

off that we don’t like the baby talkers. It’s not even offensive. And here’s the deal. I

love it. I remain steadfast. Oh, in our commitment. Put a sock in the baby talk. Okay, let’s

hear our first. I’ve had it. Damn. Okay, this one is from Kami. Oh, okay. Cameo cameo. The

thing I’ve had it with is women, pregnant women holding their bellies in pictures. I

mean, come on. Nobody cares. You’re not the first to be pregnant. Get over it. Nobody

gives a shit. It drives me to drink. I fucking love her. Love cameo. I mean, that’s the best

cameo. Okay. I totally agree with you. 100% agree. 100% agree with you. It is people making

such a big deal out of being pregnant, when literally half of the population and half of

all species can do so and do so. And this kind of segues into the breastfeeders, right? Which

if you really want to go do like a deep dive on Instagram, you can Instagram the hashtag,

breast is best. And you would not believe I mean, these people act like they discovered

breastfeeding. And I’m like, listen up buttercup. All the mammals do it. Like it’s not new.

No, let me tell you a story. I don’t think I’ve ever told you. When I was a lifeguard

in college, I would pump the brakes. Okay. You were a lifeguard? Yes. And a water safety

instructor. I taught swimming lessons. Shut up, you would be such a terrible lifeguard. How did

I not know this? After? Yes, I totally I was really good. Why would you think I’d be terrible?

Number one, I’ve gone swimming with you and you’re a terrible swimmer.

That is such a lie. I was such a good lifeguard. Did you save a life? One time I had to jump in.

But okay, that’s not we digress. Okay, go on. The story is I’m sitting because you only do 15

minutes at a time. So that was good for my ADD. You’re up for 15, then you switch 15. Okay.

So this woman is at the pool, and there’s a kid like eight years old, eight, nine, like eating.

He has Doritos. I will never forget it. I know where this is going. He has Doritos,

a bag of Doritos in his hand. Yeah. Walks up, rips his mother’s bathing suit down and starts

sucking on her boob. I was so grossed out. I thought I was going to die. I mean, I was like,

literally, I couldn’t sleep that night. It was so gross. Did you ever watch Game of Thrones?

I can’t get into it. You know that. And tell the listener why.

Because I can’t understand what they’re saying. You know, they speak English. I know,

but it’s a weird English. So I have trouble following and all the people look alike.

Well, there’s a there’s a kind of this woman and she has a son that’s around eight or nine,

and she’s always breastfeeding him. See, that creeps me out. Yeah,

it’s really creepy. If you can chew a Dorito, you can drink regular milk. It’s time to wean.

Wean off. Wean from the tit. So anyway, okay. Had it. Had it. Cameo, we have had it as well.

That’s a 10 out of 10. 10 out of 10. Who’s next? We’ve got Shara W. Shara W.

All right. This is what I’ve had it with. People that make comments on post such as

someone puts their dog that they have lost. Has anyone seen our dog? And then one after another,

people commenting. Nope. Nope. Hadn’t seen it. Hadn’t seen it. And then they make that person

that’s already grieving. Every time their phone dings, they look at the comment and it says,

nope. Just tell them when you freaking found the dog or you have spotted the dog somewhere.

I’ve had it. You know, that goes right into our group texting issue. There’s no reason to comment

no. We’re going to it’s rhetorical unless you’ve seen the dog. A hundred percent. Yes, I agree.

And here’s just a fundamental problem. Facebook. You got all these wound up boomers on there,

you know, that literally it’s like bright, shiny object and they have like keyboard courage,

you know, and they’re just going bananas on Facebook. I got this guy that I’m Facebook

friends with and he’s post just, I mean, he’s probably 65. His name’s Dan. Okay. He lives in

Edmond, Oklahoma, which is suburban Oklahoma listener. And like every 4th of July, he gears up

and he goes, I love America. I love everything it stands for. And if you don’t like it,

you can get the fuck out. I’m like, well, okay, Dan, Dan just out here kicking people out of

the country from his Facebook headquarters in Edmond, Oklahoma. And it’s just like,

Dan, pull yourself together. I mean, seriously, nobody is going to leave the country

because of your post. It’s unbelievable. But, but I know what, what was her name again?

I know what she’s saying because it’s like a dagger and then it’s just a twist. Nope,

nope, nope, nope. I love it. That’s a great one. I would have never thought of that,

but that’s a great one. It is a really good one. You ready for your next? Yeah. Let’s hear our

next. This is one of my favorites. Oh, good. This is from Jill B. Jill B. I’ve had it with

worrying about seeing the new wife at my daughter’s wedding this fall.

I mean, that’s a tough one, Jill B. That is a tough one. Here’s the deal. You’ve got to make

sure that you look better no matter what, if you have to go get Botox, a new outfit, you have to

look so good just so she doesn’t have anything over on you. I really empathize with you though,

Jill, because it’s like, that’s your daughter with that man. And then he’s got to waltz in

with the new wife and, and you’re going to be inhibited enjoying your own daughter’s wedding

because you’re worried about seeing her. And I really empathize with that. Yeah. That’s a tough,

tough spot. You know, you’re constantly still dealing with the person with whom you chose

to breed. Right. If you get divorced, no kids, then it’s done. You don’t ever have to see him

again. But the baby. Yeah. Once you have a baby with him, that’s it. I remember one time we were

on a trip with the kids when we were both married. And I said to you, I would fucking divorce his

ass tomorrow, except someday his new wife is going to be prancing around with my kids on the

beach on vacation. And it’s going to piss me off. Do you remember that? Yeah. I mean, I was just

like infuriated that the thought that the new wife would get my kids on vacation. Yeah. So yeah.

Sharing. I mean, that’s hard to share, especially like your daughter’s wedding, where you want it

to be perfect for her. So you don’t want to bitch, but you know, the husband’s probably like,

make sure you include Marianne in all the staff. Yeah. Don’t you think? Oh my God, I just baby

talked. How do you feel? How would you, how do you, you have a daughter, right? So let’s say

that your ex shows up with some hot number to the wedding. How do you feel about that?

I would say, good luck, princess. You can have it. Take it. It’s all yours.

Take him around the block. Take him around the block and keep him forever.

All right. Who else do we have? Our last one is from Lisa B. Okay.

I have had it with people that get offended at every little thing that you say.

It doesn’t matter what it is. They’re always getting their feelings heard, getting offended.

Just for once, I wish that somebody that had a chip on their shoulder, it would be a Pringle.

And I just eat that thing up.

I do think that people get way overly offended these days. I do too. And I think most people

think stuff’s about them and it’s generally almost never about them. I think one reason

that our friendship has worked so well is that we’re both so thick skinned. Right. Not sensitive

at all. At all. I mean, we’re both incredibly thick skin and I tend to surround myself with

people that are thick skinned. And so when I’m around somebody who’s really thin skinned-

I’m horrible at it. I have to babysit their emotions and they think I’m mad at them or

they think I’m offended just because I’m a very, whatever I feel, I just say it. Whatever I think,

I just say it. And so when I have to walk around on eggshells, I am not operating at my best.

No, I agree a hundred percent. And I think probably we’re too far on the other end of

the spectrum. It takes a whole lot for me to get offended or have my feelings hurt. I can’t even

imagine what it would be. I think there’s a happy medium. We’re probably too far on that. But yeah,

I think the selective outrage is a little over the top. And I do. I think you’ve tapped into

something. I do think it’s selective outrage. And there’s so much typical hypocrisy. People

that get offended easily all the time. It’s a very cherry picked offenses. I mean, where they

get offended. Like I, when people are so overtly sensitive, I almost get mad. I do. I’m just like,

quit being a pussy, pull yourself together. Nobody else is mad. And then you have to kind

of babysit the emotions. I do not. I am not very good. No, I’m not good at that at all.

Okay. I just have to circle back to this lifeguard situation.

I was a great, I taught like two to like 10 swimming lessons.

I, I want to, I’ve never seen you properly swim before.

I’m a really good swimmer.

I remember you doing like jazzercise at our last Mexico trip, like some kind of water aerobics with

your vape hanging out of your mouth, but like actually swimming like laps.

Yeah, no, I could do it. We’ll go to the pool.

I’m just going to tell you, listener, you could blow me over with a fucking feather. I’ve been

friends with this woman for 20 years. I’ll be in a phone call with her. She’s talk, talk,

talking. And then all of a sudden I hear this dramatic crash. She’s tripped over something

in her house. She’s screaming. I don’t know. Should I hang up? Call 911? Do I stay on the

phone? Did somebody, is there a home intruder? She just simply tripped over absolutely nothing.

The fact that you were in charge of an entire swimming pool.

I’ve, I’ve been to Mexico with you multiple times. I’ve swam with you multiple times.

You’ve never struck me as a swimmer. I would never think that you could save my life.

I would never think that you could save my children’s lives if they were in a pool.

I’ve been in situations where our children have been injured. You were the least helpful person

in the room. Hands down. I have had to go apply pressure to your bleeding children and put

band-aids on them multiple times. I almost pass out at the sight of blood. That’s how useless

you were. So this is a huge reveal in our friendship. We’re going to go up to the club

and I’m going to do laps. I can do it all. I can do the breaststroke, the backstroke,

the butterfly. I mean, I’m just grace under fire. Well, I’ll tell you what else we’re going to do.

I’m going to throw myself in there and I’m going to start drowning.

And then we’re going to see if you can save me. Okay. The question will be, do I want to save you?

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I’ve had it with that. I’ve had it. Had it. Had it. Had it. All I can say about that is I’ve had it.