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S2 - E8 - Call Me Cargo Robbie - (feat. Harley Showell)

November 13, 2023 Jack Jenkins and Henry Patterson Season 2 Episode 8
S2 - E8 - Call Me Cargo Robbie - (feat. Harley Showell)
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S2 - E8 - Call Me Cargo Robbie - (feat. Harley Showell)
Nov 13, 2023 Season 2 Episode 8
Jack Jenkins and Henry Patterson

Are you ready to hit the dance floor, with headphones? We’re thrilled to announce that silent discos are coming to 5 Lakes and our podcast, All Exclusive, is set to light up the Social Media Weekend. Get ready to strut your stuff in our 'dress as the host' theme party. We're blown away by the phenomenal success of All Exclusive, inching towards the 50,000 downloads milestone. We can't help but spill the beans about the epic plans we have for the Social Media Weekend, which we brainstormed over a two-hour long meeting.

Now, let's switch gears, quite literally! Meet Harley, the multifaceted host at 5 Lakes, who dons the hats of a harbour master, junior mechanic, and lifeguard and wields a bow and arrow like a pro. We uncover his knack for archery and his love for classic cars, while also taking a peek at some exhilarating city games we have lined up. As if that's not enough, come aboard for a luxury limo ride with Jack and Henry, our co-hosts. Navigating through a traffic jam, grooving to 30s jazz, and discussing the importance of climate control, we take you on a journey you won't forget. So, put on your seat belts and join the fun!

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Are you ready to hit the dance floor, with headphones? We’re thrilled to announce that silent discos are coming to 5 Lakes and our podcast, All Exclusive, is set to light up the Social Media Weekend. Get ready to strut your stuff in our 'dress as the host' theme party. We're blown away by the phenomenal success of All Exclusive, inching towards the 50,000 downloads milestone. We can't help but spill the beans about the epic plans we have for the Social Media Weekend, which we brainstormed over a two-hour long meeting.

Now, let's switch gears, quite literally! Meet Harley, the multifaceted host at 5 Lakes, who dons the hats of a harbour master, junior mechanic, and lifeguard and wields a bow and arrow like a pro. We uncover his knack for archery and his love for classic cars, while also taking a peek at some exhilarating city games we have lined up. As if that's not enough, come aboard for a luxury limo ride with Jack and Henry, our co-hosts. Navigating through a traffic jam, grooving to 30s jazz, and discussing the importance of climate control, we take you on a journey you won't forget. So, put on your seat belts and join the fun!

Support the Show.

Speaker 1:

Jack Jenkins, henry Patterson. How are you? I'm wonderful, thank you how are you? Yeah, I want to quickly amend something because after the last episode I said I wasn't going to go to the fireworks because I don't like fireworks.

Speaker 2:

And you did go to the fireworks. I actually went to the fireworks. Guess, you didn't go to the fireworks, you Me? Yeah, do you want to know why? Why, I was editing this podcast.

Speaker 1:

Well, I went to the fireworks. I saw them light the fireworks. They flew up into the air, blew up to mistimed, to music, and it was amazing. It was a spectacle I had. No, in all honesty, we do fireworks really well. I think I always loved bonfire night. Just toffee apples, all I'm going to say sorted out.

Speaker 2:

Do you know what I had yesterday? What did you have?

Speaker 1:

A toffee apple McFlurry.

Speaker 2:

Oh my God, get me there.

Speaker 1:

That was nice. Actually I was in.

Speaker 3:

I didn't think I would, but I did, did it have actual bits of apple in it. No, no, it was like it was chocolate and the toffee apple sauce.

Speaker 2:

Oh, okay, yeah, Well, I'll take it. I'll take it. Yeah, of course, jack. Jack, you should have a text come through. Yeah, actually, I had several texts come through. Well, why is your phone on silent?

Speaker 1:

Because I had a bit of a it's on silent.

Speaker 2:

Well, I mean, is it kind of should be off? Well, it's very professional to have a phone on the phone.

Speaker 1:

No but this is professional, because our producer and censorship overlord, mike Scott, just spammed my phone with messages Because we were talking a little bit about the thing that we're going to announce on this podcast today, because we've got an announcement coming up, and I just sort of said, well, can we announce it? And he said yes, and then we were talking about other things that we need to talk about because there's lots of exciting things coming up both here at Hopton on C and over at 5 on Lakes.

Speaker 1:

So, and he's just sort of sending me lots of wonderful things we're doing. That's basically why my phone is going off. What's one of those things, jack, enlighten us Well, okay, okay. Well, because this episode is we're back at 5 Lakes, right?

Speaker 3:

now we're there Well technically we're not, I mean suspension of disbelief.

Speaker 1:

But we are back. We were talking to Harley a little bit later on in this episode from 5 Lakes and actually one of the announcements that we can make is that silent discos are coming to 5 Lakes.

Speaker 3:

Wow.

Speaker 1:

Have you ever experienced a silent disco before?

Speaker 2:

I have Our Sirach weekend.

Speaker 1:

Oh, yes, you did, didn't you?

Speaker 2:

Yes, eyes at a silent disco with the whole Podesthesia company. We had a smashing time.

Speaker 1:

Because obviously there's going to be some people listening to this. Think what the hell's a silent disco? Why don't we set the scene now? Okay, so you get some headphones, Walk into a very quiet room.

Speaker 2:

Is it quiet, jack? Silent isn't it? And then you collect a headset.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

Collect that out, put it on.

Speaker 2:

People can't see this, but we're doing it, we are putting that. They're imaginary.

Speaker 1:

Sorry.

Speaker 2:

Never mind.

Speaker 1:

What are you saying?

Speaker 2:

Wait, Jack, switch to channel 2. What are you saying?

Speaker 1:

No, let me just take my headphones off.

Speaker 2:

What are you?

Speaker 1:

saying Switch to channel 2.

Speaker 2:

I couldn't hear you because I was wearing my headphones. You've got three channels and you can pick what music you want to listen to.

Speaker 1:

And at 5 Lakes the options are 60s 70s and 80s?

Speaker 2:

I think yeah. So, Jack, if you want to hear my voice, switch to channel 2.

Speaker 1:

No, nobody wants to hear your voice.

Speaker 2:

No, just for now.

Speaker 1:

That's not one of the options at 5 Lakes, is it?

Speaker 2:

Yes, it is, that's channel 7.

Speaker 1:

Oh no. Okay, let me put them back on Channel 8, is Brian? Let's go to channel 7 then.

Speaker 2:

Hi Jack.

Speaker 1:

The headphones are on. Hello, oh, I can hear you as well. Yes, what if one of the streams for the silent disco is just our podcast?

Speaker 2:

Oh, please, oh my God, how do we make that happen? I don't know. No, let's ask Mike if we can make that happen. We'll make that happen that would be brilliant, maybe for social media weekend, which we'll get to soon, oh yeah, it was so much to talk about.

Speaker 1:

Big topic of conversation.

Speaker 2:

Social media weekend 2024.

Speaker 1:

This year we're doing something slightly different for social media weekend. We are, and we are pleased to announce here on the All Exclusive podcast, quite fittingly, that this year's social media weekend theme at the end of January is the.

Speaker 2:

All Exclusive podcast.

Speaker 1:

Oh yes, thank you to all of you board members who have suggested that, and thanks to the over 45,000 downloads, we must be nearly at 50,000 downloads.

Speaker 2:

Nearly at 50,000 downloads.

Speaker 1:

Thanks. Because of that, they've decided to allow us to theme this year's social media weekend.

Speaker 2:

Indeed, so expect everything, all exclusive. Start planning your all exclusive outfits.

Speaker 1:

Maybe we're going to announce different things on the podcast as we get closer to it. So don't necessarily plan your costumes so far. But wouldn't it be funny if people came dressed as us? That would be quite interesting.

Speaker 2:

Well, no, that's what I mean.

Speaker 1:

I know we can plan, you know.

Speaker 2:

No, we aren't announcing anything yet, but I just think it would be fun if they did that anyway. You know, even if that's just how it? Is yeah.

Speaker 1:

And we again. We're not really announcing too much just yet, but we had a big old meeting the other day. Last two hours, didn't it Two hours Two hours planning all the fun we could have over social media weekend, and we've got a lot of fun planned.

Speaker 2:

A lot of my ideas were vetoed.

Speaker 1:

Yes, it's very true. Actually, you just sort of sat in the corner quietly after a while, didn't you?

Speaker 2:

So call if you would like to come and join.

Speaker 1:

We'll come to that break.

Speaker 2:

Yes, join us for social media weekend. Call the booking lounge on the relevant number? We don't know the number of the hour.

Speaker 3:

We don't know the number. Why would we? We never need to make a book. We're not a call centre.

Speaker 1:

We don't book these things. No, of course we do, but you must know the number.

Speaker 2:

Just or just search for Potter's Resorts Totally what's up our sudden, though, but phone up, say that you heard the podcast and that you'd like to book on to the social media weekend break and they'll do all the rest for you. Why don't we just go to Five Lakes now? Should we do that and go and chat to Harley?

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Let's do that. Let's do that On this episode of the All-Exclusive Podcast Press play Music Now. I'm really confused as to what is happening in front of me. You have some pineapple juice, yes, and you have an apple and mango juice, are you? Yeah, yeah, so.

Speaker 3:

What are you doing with those?

Speaker 2:

This was introduced to me a couple of days ago by Nathaniel, who also works here, and he said have you ever tried apple and mango and pineapple juice? Yeah, no, I say so. You know, I go to the bar. They look at me funny because they go. What on earth are?

Speaker 3:

you doing with this?

Speaker 2:

I would and then simply, you just in a kind of very finessy way if that's even a word you just kind of pour them together and it makes a delicious, refreshing tropical drink.

Speaker 1:

It's like your own cocktail.

Speaker 2:

It is your own cocktail, or mottail, yes, or whatever you want to call it.

Speaker 1:

I mean, all you're doing essentially is you've got apple, mango and you're just adding a fruit Adding a dash of pineapple which people.

Speaker 2:

It kind of throws people off because people at the bar they don't understand it for some reason. However, it's a welcome, it's a winner.

Speaker 1:

Have you got so? Nathaniel told you about this sort of drink combination. Yes, have you returned that sort of you know? Have you dished out any of combinations of your?

Speaker 2:

own. Have I given him any good drinks ideas? The only thing I said to him was J2O and vodka. Yeah, when you go out on a nice out. That is really nice.

Speaker 1:

Have you tried the apple and mango with the pineapple and vodka as well?

Speaker 2:

I've not yet. I haven't been out clubbing since Since the new drink. Since the introduction, since my yeah, I lost it. I couldn't believe it. I was walking around telling guests. I was like, guys, by the way, if you're going back, you know you want a refreshing drink. I was telling them. I was like get a pineapple juice, get an apple and mango, pour it together Lovely. I shouldn't mention that we have vodka in the cupboard under the sink.

Speaker 1:

What do you mean by that?

Speaker 2:

Well in our current studio.

Speaker 1:

Oh yes.

Speaker 2:

Our five lakes studio. We've been given a kitchen.

Speaker 1:

We have got a kitchen and we don't get this treatment at Hopton, by the way.

Speaker 2:

No, no, we actually record.

Speaker 1:

All of our episodes at Hopton get recorded in a broom cupboard studio. Broom cupboard studio.

Speaker 2:

But in here we treated like kings.

Speaker 1:

So what's your favorite activity run then? What's the one that you enjoy most? Obviously, the rally carts.

Speaker 2:

But what Rally carts are great? Because mostly we get to test the track before for health and safety Purposes. We get to test the track before the session starts, so you've got to test it thoroughly. That's always a good part of it. And then we've got to test it afterwards, of course, haven't we?

Speaker 3:

Yeah, once everyone's gone, you've got to test this, to make sure, we'll just make sure nothing's happened.

Speaker 1:

No damage is done. Yeah, nobody's dropped anything.

Speaker 2:

Never done. I've never been in a rally cart. No, have you not? No, always good. You have rowing boats here. We don't have rowing boats, we have rowing boats. I think you could have rowing boats.

Speaker 3:

Where would we be Be a bit choppy In the sea.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, mm-hmm.

Speaker 1:

I don't think how well does the rowing boats go down here? Because Very well.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, is it Very, very well. It's one of the most.

Speaker 3:

Does anybody ever get stuck?

Speaker 2:

Yes A lot.

Speaker 1:

Have you got like a lifeguard?

Speaker 2:

I am the lifeguard you are the lifeguard I am.

Speaker 1:

How do you? I run?

Speaker 2:

the lifeboats.

Speaker 1:

That's what that is me.

Speaker 2:

You've got lifeboats as well. It's a self-proclaimed title.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, but has anybody bestowed that on you, or you just?

Speaker 2:

No, I'm the harbour master. Oh, that's just me now.

Speaker 1:

How many jobs have you got here? Because I feel like you keep giving yourself these titles and I like that.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, so I'm the harbour master. Yeah, I'm the governing body for all of our little tournaments. Yeah, that's what I say. Anyway, I am the On-Sake Junior mechanic. Yeah, when things go wrong with the carts, I always try and say what it is.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Of course we send them off. However, I like to give a little diagnosis.

Speaker 1:

Yes, of course Mechanic. Have you ever been right?

Speaker 2:

Yes, have you ever been wrong? No, how?

Speaker 3:

How day what?

Speaker 2:

No.

Speaker 1:

I'm just saying, I'm just Wrong.

Speaker 2:

Wrong? No, never. I'm often not good, archery. I've learned to do it with both hands now, which is quite good.

Speaker 1:

That's quite a skill actually, it is yeah, yeah because I'm, I don't think Henry can do it with one hand Because I'm left-handed.

Speaker 2:

I have to show guests right-handed because most people are right-handed, which is weird, but I've had to teach myself how to do it. I'm left-handed, are you?

Speaker 1:

I'm right-handed. You're right. So I'm weird. I feel like there's a lot of shade for going my way here, harley.

Speaker 2:

You'll wonder why you're not getting any compliments. You're right-handed.

Speaker 1:

Well, I've, I've. This will affect your score at the end.

Speaker 3:

It's quite basic, isn't it?

Speaker 2:

Are we getting scored oh?

Speaker 1:

we will be now yeah.

Speaker 2:

Okay, okay. Why do you think we're both holding clipboards? That's all right. I'm going up against Mick, it should be all right.

Speaker 1:

What about the city games? Is there any of those city games that you're particularly good at, because I went and had a little bit of play on some of them I had a very cool moment the other day.

Speaker 2:

Go on, so we've got a table with marbles, of course, yeah, and then at the back there's a the board yeah the boards with all the holes in it which you roll the marbles through.

Speaker 2:

Some guests asked me how to do it and I think it goes from 10 to 200. 200 is banging in the middle and I walked up to them and I just said like this I grabbed a marble, just rolled it, didn't aim or anything, went straight through the 200. And I walked away, didn't look back, didn't just Like walking away from the explosion.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, same thing happened to me on Plungin' Ninja. Yeah, you guys have got that.

Speaker 1:

We have got that yes Over.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, and I was running at the other day, some guests thought it was nearly impossible. I picked one up, threw it bang in the 50. Yeah, my life picked.

Speaker 1:

It's all been down. Hell. For me it's been down.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, where did you learn these skills, harley? They just come out of nowhere.

Speaker 1:

It's a lot of these are sort of weird superpower. It's a weird superpower. What?

Speaker 2:

actually did you do before potters?

Speaker 1:

Where were?

Speaker 2:

you, who were you, who was I before potters? So I had many part-time jobs, most of the time. I spent four years working in a pub. Yeah, four years working in a pub, basically every single evening, so that was throughout school as well. Yeah, every evening, basically every evening, I was washing up. Yeah, that's what.

Speaker 2:

I was doing washing up, making desserts yeah. And On the side I Started buying and selling cars and motorbikes and that was all going quite well, yeah. So I became known for that and as that started to take off, yeah it's just kind of Cars and motorbikes.

Speaker 1:

then is there any sort of particular Mostly classic, yeah. Classic cars Mostly classic, yeah.

Speaker 2:

I think at the moment the motor trade as a whole was flopped a little bit as we're going through a rough, rough time. So I've taken a little bit of a break. But over the years that I've had been driving for two years and I've had 14, I think- 14, 14 classic cars, which has been your favorite one. Wow, my favorite one. Yeah that's a loaded question I Did. There's a few I've had which I haven't been able to drive because insurance.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3:

Yeah yeah, she's a mean lady insurance.

Speaker 2:

Yes, I used to drive a limo. Yeah yeah, daddy driver limo. Oh, is that gone? Now that's gone. It was a Bulgaria.

Speaker 1:

So hang on Bulgaria.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, jack, me and Henry are talking about Bulgaria.

Speaker 1:

We have Hang on.

Speaker 2:

Hang on. Stop, though, because that that that could have gone to Bulgaria to pick me and Jack up from the airport.

Speaker 1:

When we go over there.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, it may have a game listeners, I'll do, you do, we area.

Speaker 2:

Okay, right, well, in that case. Well, I don't know what's happened to it, but I Imagine this episode could be playing on in that limo. I've touched that limo. Have you? He has touched the limo.

Speaker 1:

Yes, have you do? You did you often drive people around in the limo? Were you like the show? I did yes, henry, it was looking for a new driver.

Speaker 2:

It was never a business. However, for mates and, yeah, mates of mates, I was do airport runs. Yeah, I've dropped people into town. When I was out, it was white, which was good. Yeah, because I'm me and my dad between us. We bought 12 of them, so 12, yeah we came across 12 limousines in a bit.

Speaker 1:

How do you come?

Speaker 2:

across 12 limousines. How does that? We went to view one on Facebook. It's the one I ended up driving. Yeah right. It was a Mercedes E-class at a six-door one still had the webbing the wedding ribbons on it.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I've dice in the mirror.

Speaker 2:

Yes, I put dice in the mirror course you do, I put dice in the mirror and I, well, I still I do to that thing.

Speaker 1:

Did you ever consider sort of them being a full-time chauffeur? Because if you love cars, you love.

Speaker 2:

I did. However, when you get into that sort of business, there's a lot. There's lots of legal things you have to sort out because you know you've got to register it as a business. Yeah, company insurance yeah, liable for lots of things. You've got to start doing books and would you have loved to it?

Speaker 1:

if you do, you've been able to forget all of that stuff. Would you love to have done that? I would have been good. How would you respond it? Imagine that me and Henry, you, you're gonna pick us up from the airport to bring us to Potter's Resorts five legs. We just set the scene. What sort of? Yeah, we'll set the scene.

Speaker 2:

Okay, right, so we're gonna walk up to the car. You're gonna walk up to the car.

Speaker 1:

We are walking up to the car or are we coming through the airport? And you've got one of those signs. That's it. Oh yeah, we're coming through the airport, right.

Speaker 2:

I'd have a separate person with a sign You'd oh, you want all the I wouldn't be a sir. No, no, no, no, no. Where do they then go after they've held the same? So you're going to have a very attractive lady with a sign.

Speaker 3:

Okay, okay, good first impression, yeah, okay preferably if money was no object.

Speaker 2:

Probably you get Margot Robbie with a sign Okay and should say you know right, this way, gentlemen. And she leads you outside, out of the terminal, and there I would be outside the demo waiting, suited up with a nice hat what's what kind of suit? What kind of suit I would? I'm a fan of a salmon shirt, okay, salmon shirt. And the trousers I've got on now, which are, how would you describe it? I think they're a big car key. Yeah car key, yeah, and then a navy blazer, and it works really well.

Speaker 3:

I'll already have a night?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I'll tell you what your typical chauffeur, black and white. I could be disappointed in that. Yeah, Henry Woodard sort of sporting outfit.

Speaker 1:

He's gone for very my, really very Miami, very my own no.

Speaker 2:

Don Johnson, well yeah. Yeah, the salmon shirt, the Navy blazer in the car key? I don't know, it's what sets us apart. You won't be able to stop thinking about it Anyway, would you? Because it's so different certainly can't, there we go. So you would go back to your friends and say my show for the ridiculous, yeah, my show for the ex-wediculous, and they'll go. What company was it with? Yeah, and you'll go. They would be talking about it. Yeah, you'll go, harley.

Speaker 1:

I actually would be more I don't know, and I would, you'd be about it as well. So, anyway, you've got your car key, and then you get your car key, yes, so when do we go from there?

Speaker 2:

So we just come out my girl I'll be.

Speaker 1:

just let us out of the air. Yeah in bug area.

Speaker 2:

I'd go evening, gentlemen. Yeah, I'm assuming it's an evening, sun's going down with that.

Speaker 1:

So yeah, it's been a. It's a daytime flight.

Speaker 2:

Hang on, so we've got the airport ambience and background. Yes, yeah, this is your final boarding call for passenger my lean class booked on flight 3728, a hopton on C. Please proceed to gate four immediately. There's a big Boeing 747. I know they're out of production now, but there'll be one landing.

Speaker 3:

Okay, like in the movies you can hear.

Speaker 2:

And I say evening gentlemen, or good day gentlemen, yeah, good evening. Here's a complimentary shot of coffee, vodka, coffee, rum. Sorry, sorry, can we stop talking and keep getting into our car now?

Speaker 3:

Yeah yeah you get into your car.

Speaker 2:

Enough chitchat. I'm not a friend, I'm a worker.

Speaker 3:

Yes, you are.

Speaker 2:

Okay, I open a door for you guys. Okay. So thank you, margot Robbie, would actually get one side and I'll get the other, okay?

Speaker 3:

I'll go by the way.

Speaker 2:

Margot is not going on a trip with us. Okay, she's not she going after she's got a separate car Anyway. So once you're in it would have an upgraded sound system anyway. Uprated Okay and there'd be little fancy doodah Okay everyone in the sense of fancy doodah on the center console with a list of Infinite list of songs, so you would get to choose a music okay.

Speaker 1:

And then, what song would you choose, henry? Or would you go for a song, or would you listen to, maybe, a podcast?

Speaker 2:

I would listen to first the all exclusive podcast.

Speaker 1:

Okay, friends, I don't know how long is it to our Hotel driver?

Speaker 2:

It would be. Now depends where you are going. I know a very nice hotel around Chelmsford way. Okay, I can hook you up with the guy there. Yeah, lovely, that's about a 35 minute 40 minute drive. Okay, thank you. No, in which case, just music on Bobby Conte's version of everybody says don't, followed by Julie Benco's version of people.

Speaker 1:

Sorry, just gonna stop there. Is there any way of partitioning the?

Speaker 2:

yes, they really, so he can listen to whatever. Yes, I can have my tunes in the front, so you can have your tunes. No, no, no.

Speaker 1:

I'm just talking about. Oh, you don't want to listen to a partition sort of down the middle, not in the front and the back. Well, you've never seen a partition in the middle, sorry.

Speaker 2:

Well, why don't you go and get in the front? What did you get in the front? You get in the front. I don't want to get in the front. I want to stand the back with the fancy do-do. Okay, jack's getting in the front. Holly, stop the car. You stop the car. Okay, so that's Okay. So we've now got a big traffic jam behind us. Yeah, jack has got into the front with me. Everyone's going mad because of the most. You can hear all the car horns behind us. Yeah, now we put up the partition.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, we've heard the partition.

Speaker 2:

Jack's learning his way.

Speaker 1:

Oh, this is bliss. Yeah, wish we'd have done this sooner. What are you playing in the front?

Speaker 2:

Am I playing in the front now because it's an excellent limo service. I would give you first choice, yeah. However, I would run you through some options. Okay, recently I'll start listening to 30s jazz.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, what is he one.

Speaker 2:

What's he want? What do you want? I really like 30s jazz. Can I come to the front please? Okay. So once again I will pull over, this time on the A120, and once again I'll switch the road Unless Jack's enjoying the first few jazz.

Speaker 1:

I am enjoying the jazz. I just I think he's annoyed me so much. Now I'm gonna get in the back.

Speaker 2:

We decided to skip the part where Jack and I moved seats, as it was taking rather a long time, and we continued the conversation once we were both back in the car. Anything I can do for you before we arrive.

Speaker 1:

I think I'm okay actually In terms of climate control.

Speaker 2:

You're cool enough.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, no, it's nice and cool in here actually because it's quite a sunny day, okay, but we're in control of climate.

Speaker 2:

You can control the climate. Can you save the turtles? We can save the turtles. We can do anything with show of the automap. Yes, we can do anything. We can save the spotted owl Lovely yes.

Speaker 1:

I like that. I love that We've arrived at our destination.

Speaker 2:

We've arrived at our destination, margot Robbie screeches up behind and she gets out, of course. Has it not been more helpful if she stayed in the car with us? No, because this limo has two seats at the back and two at the front. There's no middle.

Speaker 1:

Is there no middle seats?

Speaker 2:

No, you've got leg room for days. Leg room for days, that's how I do it.

Speaker 1:

I feel like there's so much potential there, though. What else could you?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I'd want to say. You could have so much more room for activities. You could almost have a little metal bar going from the roof to the floor, couldn't you Like a pole?

Speaker 3:

I wasn't thinking that you wasn't no.

Speaker 2:

It was just an idea.

Speaker 1:

You could put what activities If you were to take any activities from podder's resource firenates and put them in the back of a limo. What activities would you put?

Speaker 2:

Ball pit.

Speaker 1:

Ball pit. Have we got a ball pit? No, I think he was just free-balling.

Speaker 2:

You could try and put plunger ninja when the division goes up. That is almost like a plunger ninja board. You can write on it. I can put plunger ninja. Yeah, that's.

Speaker 1:

Do you do curling here?

Speaker 2:

We have curling Curling in the city sports game. Yes, of course, such a smooth driver, I don't think it would be an issue. They wouldn't move at all. We could do. You know, you get a tiny little remote control helicopters, fly those around in the back.

Speaker 1:

I once got one of the little remote control helicopters for Christmas and opened it and proceeded to land it on my sleeping stepdad, nice, as after Christmas dinner.

Speaker 2:

Very good, I was used to. I was just going to sleep on the sofa. Hang on, sorry. A little physics question here Flying a drone in a car it works, yeah, have you ever had a wasp in with you when you're driving? They don't get flown to the back, do they? How does?

Speaker 1:

that work. I mean, we've got not got neon degrees tyson on here. I don't really know how that. Really the air is self-contained in the vehicle, is it not?

Speaker 2:

So it's not going to be moving along with this. Yeah, mini atmosphere Right.

Speaker 1:

Yes, if you run on a train, you're not running at the speed of the train, are you?

Speaker 2:

Okay, if we have time at this point in the podcast, we're going to bring in a physics expert to explain to us how this works. Physics experts to know how you know loads. Bring him in, he probably has one. Where do you have a physics expert? I have a physics expert expert in Switzerland. Yeah Right, contact him for us. I went on a school trip to Iceland. I love Iceland. Iceland is amazing. I haven't been back since. They're puffins and I do have puffins. I was about to say you were going to bring the puffin. Yeah, I didn't taste puffin this time, though.

Speaker 1:

You've listened to Johnny Maxson for so long. I've listened to Johnny's and he has.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I still can't believe that. I can't believe that. I can't believe you've listened to an F-Senders podcast.

Speaker 1:

I was first. Yeah, I was um what was that for? How was Iceland for?

Speaker 2:

you. Iceland was fantastic, my favorite place.

Speaker 1:

What was your highlight of Iceland? Oh, I actually think I can understand why you like Iceland, because it is very much like Scotland. It is, isn't it? It's like a very otherworldly as well.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, it is. So I think it's the newest actual landmass on the planet, isn't it? Yeah, it's because it's still forming. That's what I always say.

Speaker 3:

That's what I say, yeah, it is, it's still forming.

Speaker 1:

I think it is yeah.

Speaker 2:

It is. You've got a volcano that's still building landscape up.

Speaker 1:

Did you do the Blue Lagoon and things like that?

Speaker 2:

We didn't do the massive touristy bits.

Speaker 1:

The Sky Lagoon.

Speaker 2:

The Sky Lagoon.

Speaker 1:

It's just the less touristy one.

Speaker 2:

I don't know. We went to some. It was way out. It was quite small, but it wasn't.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah, it was just a hot spot.

Speaker 2:

Suddenly Jack's an Icelandic travel agent.

Speaker 1:

I am no, okay, no, I need to. Me and Mark Brewer have talked about it. I don't know if we I think we talked about it on the podcast as well.

Speaker 2:

Had he gone to Iceland yet?

Speaker 1:

I can't remember. No, he hadn't seen his house when our episode, did we not talk about it? Oh, when he came back.

Speaker 2:

Yes, I think we did. I know that I've spoken. I've had to listen to Mark and Jack speak about it to many guests about six times, and that's when I always leave the conversation.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, okay, it was great, wasn't it? It was Less touristy.

Speaker 2:

Less touristy. It was really, really nice. And so we were really close to a hot spring, yeah. And then it worked. They're properly hot. Yeah, they have a tourist shop, yeah, don't they. And all around this tourist shop, of course, we had spending money, and I found the equivalent of, I think, 40 pounds on the floor, yeah, so I decided to buy. I bought a coyotes tail because out there the fur trade is still going and I just want some Prince up and back.

Speaker 1:

So you put back the tail of a coyote of all the things you could have bought from your memory.

Speaker 2:

So I bought two fur products. It was a coyotes tail and a.

Speaker 1:

it was like a sheep sheep fur, sheep wool, and this coyotes tail is it one that you like you put on and wear like a furry sort of thing? No, I have been asked that many times. Yeah, what function is the coyotes?

Speaker 2:

tail, it's just on a leather key ring. This is quite a contrast to our conversation with vegan Dan Fox yesterday. Oh, yes, yeah. Anyway, the rug's currently sitting on my table, looking very nice.

Speaker 1:

Your rug. What was the rug of? It was a brown sheep.

Speaker 2:

Brown sheep rug. Yeah, used to be a brown sheep. Used to be a brown sheep? No, it's just a rug. Yeah, how big is a coyotes tail? If it's on a key ring, it's about. I want to say it's probably about a foot long. Yeah, it's not on my car keys at the moment At the moment it's hanging up on my wall, so it's not on any form of a car key or set of keys, it just has the ability to. So you live in a caravan with a coyotes tail and a sheep in it.

Speaker 3:

Yes.

Speaker 1:

It's like a lob cabin.

Speaker 2:

My home decor is really different. I feel like I'm watching Breaking Bad. I've got a I think my latest decoration. I've got a Harley motorbike.

Speaker 1:

You are yeah, okay.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, and I've got it in my living room just next time. I have TV, a full bike.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, an actual bike. What you name it, just a bike.

Speaker 2:

I don't think so. You've never asked that. I've never really come to a conclusion.

Speaker 1:

So is the bike just a decoration, yeah, in your living room. Yes, I feel like that is an intake of breath that you did there, henry, that good, because that really stresses you out.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, how can?

Speaker 2:

you do not like vehicles indoors? I was there. I just, I'm just. I was just thinking what Kelly Hoppin would have to say about that. Who's Kelly Hoppin? Kelly Hoppin, Well, I took my inspiration from. I was watching setting sunset on Netflix.

Speaker 1:

I feel like this is a really weird triangle here, where Harley hates me, I just like Henry, and Henry really hates Harley. At this point it's like a little hate triangle, but then we all love the other person going around the table and I've seen you love Harley. I'm decided at this point in time. He nodded at me. I love Jack.

Speaker 2:

Jack loves Harley.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Jack hates me, harley hates Jack, I hate Harley.

Speaker 1:

I feel like that's the vibe which is happening at the moment, all of these things. It's a good vibe, it's different. So sorry.

Speaker 2:

So well, it's different to Chloe Driscoll, who just didn't know what the hell was going on.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, she was sat here and Dan Fox, I think, just went with the weirdness.

Speaker 2:

Dan Fox went with the weirdness and Chloe just kind of stared in disbelief.

Speaker 1:

Well, me and Henry was weird to each other.

Speaker 2:

Yes, oh okay, oh yeah, right. No, I just struggle with the Feng Shui of that room.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, describe the rest of the rooms. You've got a Harley Davidson as a as a as a like in the middle of the room, like the coffee table.

Speaker 2:

No, it's so, it's, it's tucked to the side, next to a TV, I've got two very big speakers, yeah. I've got a big shelf in the middle, and then, to the right of those, I've got my Harley, yeah, and. And then, moving around the room, it goes in like a big curve. I've got my. I've got a big subwoofer yeah, with some you know some bits on it, because it doubles up as a table. Then I've got my TV cabinet, tv, and then, moving across, we've still got all the things I'm still yet to unpack.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Because I've only just really moved in. Then you go to my brand new corner sofa and my cabinet. Now, my cabinet was the first thing I ever decorated and I'm very proud of it.

Speaker 1:

You decorated.

Speaker 2:

I filled up a cabinet that's decorating. Did you just spray it with petrol or kill a sheep over it? No, although I do say petrol is the aftershave of champions anyway, but in the cabinet, not quite your what Creed of Entus Is it no? It's, it's no.

Speaker 1:

Merin, what are you wearing?

Speaker 2:

Unleaded yeah, super, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. In this cabinet I've got now. I'm a big fan of cars. The movie.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it fits the rest of the theme.

Speaker 2:

I've got a model of Lightning McQueen and Doc Hudson. Yep, yep, I only know.

Speaker 1:

Lightning McQueen, and is it Russ?

Speaker 2:

No Mater. Yeah, I was thinking of Star, like Express.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I was thinking of Tomato.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, tomato. And then going up from there I've got two pistons from two bikes that have blown up. Basically that I've had yeah, they were two stroke bikes, so every now and then engine needs rebuilding, so once they blow up, I keep the pistons and I've just got them there as a little memento of my past.

Speaker 3:

Do I need a?

Speaker 2:

tetanus booster. If I'm to go into your house, I have just bought in a big. I've got a piston from a shape. So yes, it's the answer. Yeah, you probably will do. And then we've got James Bond DVDs surrounding it and a Jeremy Clarkson book.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, which is your favorite James Bond film?

Speaker 2:

Oh.

Speaker 1:

Man, which is a favorite band bond? I can never answer this. My favorite bond.

Speaker 2:

They're all just great. They're all great, yeah. So Daniel Craig is great. Yeah, he helped bring James Bond to make it popular in this 21st century.

Speaker 1:

Oh can we, can? I don't? How did you feel About? I don't want to go into spoiler.

Speaker 2:

Tell us Hang on, just turn off now if you've not watched. No time to die. Right, you're three seconds, three, two.

Speaker 1:

One how did you feel about no time to die? Because I'm gonna put a clip or down here.

Speaker 2:

We go.

Speaker 1:

We're talking. I grew up loving James Bond. It was part of my childhood and then at the end of that film I felt like they had killed my childhood.

Speaker 2:

Yes, they had, because James Bond was the character who it was, a constant, wasn't it?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, never, ever goes you didn't need an explanation of it, just because they changed the actor, just because it was all. You didn't need to talk about that. You just could have carried it on. But no, this is the point in the podcast where we challenge everybody who comes on. We have what we call the ABC quiz, which stands for anything but correct. What that means is we're gonna give you a bit of a quiz. All you have to do is answer Incorrectly, okay. Okay, we're gonna give you 48 seconds on the clock.

Speaker 2:

I'm gonna put my sunglasses getting his own Look at this.

Speaker 1:

Are you ready?

Speaker 2:

Yes.

Speaker 1:

Here we go. Time starts now. What is your name, bob? Name something you can drive a glass Jack and the Magical Bottle of Moe.

Speaker 2:

What is a salmon? Salmon giraffe.

Speaker 1:

What would you?

Speaker 2:

use a spoon for a spoon.

Speaker 1:

Check your oil levels name something you would put on your hands. A lawn mower name something you drink.

Speaker 3:

He's turned into a car engine.

Speaker 1:

He's morphed into a car engine oil, engine oil name, something that grows on trees Spanners. That is the time about. I'm gonna give you one more. What noise does a field mouse make?

Speaker 2:

That was my turbo, that was so do it again.

Speaker 1:

It the weird that the field mouse makes the same noise. That view when you're thinking yes.

Speaker 2:

You answered, but that was a lot of pressure. You've got everything in the world to think of even in this possible season. Too much in it.

Speaker 1:

It's overwhelming. We've done our own one of these, and it was nine questions.

Speaker 2:

That is that good? That's not good. Johnny Mack came bottom of the leaderboard last season with nine points.

Speaker 1:

Yes, but but yeah, there are bonus points, bonus points to be added. I think you took a lot off Johnny Mac to go. I did.

Speaker 2:

So, oh, this is it. Oh, no, I'm taking away one answer. Oh, oh, okay, and that is taking your oil levels with a spoon. I think could be possible. No, what's dipstick? You, absolute dipstick. You use a dipstick, but you could with a very small long spoon.

Speaker 1:

No, no what you could know you, could you check your oil levels?

Speaker 2:

because these things are a spoon that you can use to check your Oil levels, is a chopstick or a kebab skewer? A very small, sorry, thin and long, thin and long. Holly Finan? No, it wouldn't, you would have to, especially you have to make. If you can find me a spoon that can actually fit down the you know, the soon for you on the channel, the spoon for some, I would accept that. Are you refuting this point? Loss?

Speaker 1:

I am a little bit, but thank you. Like you know, there's nothing to do with me. I don't do the points I'm taking away.

Speaker 2:

That's eight Magic bottle of Moe. I'll give you a because Jack and his magic bottle of Moe I like that, so I'll give you a point back for that, thank you.

Speaker 1:

Oh, so if I drink it, does a Moe tree grow out?

Speaker 2:

Yes, putting a lawn mower on your hands. I'll give you a point for that side and saw a green keeper. I was like long hour and finally a field your field mouse impression.

Speaker 1:

Can you hear that again?

Speaker 2:

I pitch.

Speaker 1:

It's a whole family of field mice, kind of like an elephant, gerald and press, it's like a start. A pepper pig.

Speaker 2:

So that was 11 points you end with there. Well, so I beat Johnny Mac.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it'll be hard not to. I mean, I'm happy about it. It's a different season, but you have been joining me. Here are the scores on the doors for the ABC quiz dum, dum, dum, dum, dum. In fourth place, dan Fox and Rachel Bady 10 points third place. Harley Shaw 11 points second place Joe B and Chloe Driscoll 14 points. Bum, bum, bum, bum. In first place, brian.

Speaker 3:

Graves 15.

Speaker 1:

Good score for Brian.

Speaker 3:

Love Brian.

Speaker 1:

Obviously working here at Potter's and we're trying to fill up position. But what if you were here as a guest? How would you spend your day here at Potter's? What would be your?

Speaker 2:

ideal day? Well, I do day, so is this as soon as I arrive, or is this waking up after? I want a fresh day? Do I do on a fresh day? Wake up fresh on a day?

Speaker 3:

You tell me okay.

Speaker 2:

The glasses are back on the glass, the back on the needs.

Speaker 1:

I feel like that. Is there two of you?

Speaker 3:

Yes, like an alter ego that only can answer questions. And your glasses, good cop.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, this is good. Are you a bad cop now or the good cop? This is a good cop, this is a good this is.

Speaker 2:

We had bad cop the whole time.

Speaker 1:

Yes, until he was put the glasses on right.

Speaker 2:

so here at five legs, here at five legs, I'd wake up in my, in my in my lovely, lovely, lovely village suites Okay, the one with a balcony I'd open the doors. All right, I've got Margot Robbie with me and we both have a coffee on our balcony talking about life. Okay, and Then I say dear, do you want to head down for some brekkie? She'd go oh, you know I can't do an Australian accent, but yes, I'd love some break.

Speaker 1:

She can do other accents. We go for that. She's very good at accents.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, get in touch with Margot Robbie for this episode and see if she'd like to make a statement. I probably think it's best not to well, I'm gonna do my best to cater for her here. Does she have?

Speaker 1:

to travel down to breakfast separately.

Speaker 2:

No, she's gonna go with me, okay?

Speaker 1:

No, it's just because of every separately.

Speaker 2:

No but, because she's with me. This is it. So we're going to properly dress up for breakfast, all right, she's in. You know the the blue Dress she wore on the Wolf of Wall Street. Yeah, yeah, that one right, so she's wearing this, okay, and I'm wearing. Well, I'll go what I'm wearing now. I like this combination, okay, so in your fantasy, navy, yeah, maybe, sure, yeah, we go down for breakfast and and my fantasy continues they have got an espresso bar.

Speaker 3:

Where are you gonna go? And a plate of hash browns.

Speaker 2:

I'm a big fan of hash browns, we all are. And then and all the bacon. There's no fat whatsoever on the bacon. Prop clean, cut, lovely, okay, they've got. They would have crumpets with Nutella. I tried those for the first time the other day. Oh my, where have they been my whole life?

Speaker 1:

so crumpets with Nutella, hash browns and have you recommended crumpets with Nutella to Nathaniel? Who's recommended that drink to you? I think I did. Yeah, I did.

Speaker 2:

Do you have past on a car show called cars and crumpets? I'm not even joking, sorry, sorry. Cars and crumpets, cars and crumpets. I've got. I've got a good friend of mine who, um he, yeah, so he had his first ever car gathering, social gathering instead of cars and coffee, which is a generic. Yeah, cars and crumpets. Some people don't like coffee.

Speaker 2:

No everyone loves a crumpet. Everyone has a crumpet, especially me. I've never tried a crumpet in my life. So you went to cars and crumpets. I went to cars and crumpets. Changed my life, yeah, yes. Anyway, moving on from there, so we have breakfast. It's lovely, okay. We go to the bar, we get a glass of wine, bit of day drinking, not too much, just enough to get you through the day in a good Mode. All right, so it helps you. Yes, so glass of wine's done. And then see, at this point we'll be chilling on the terrace. I want to say it's summertime. Okay, I want to say it's summertime and we're shooting on the terrace and At some point the Sun is really gonna come out and it's sunny, but it's really gonna come out.

Speaker 2:

It's really you know this, this morning, for example, it was out, but it wasn't hot, was it? Then it really comes out, and then it gets really so this?

Speaker 1:

Is there clouds in the sky, or is there no clouds and the Sun is out, but it's gonna really come out.

Speaker 2:

It's gonna really come out, really come out. So some really comes out. And then I say, margot my lovely, would you like to take a dip in the swimming pool? I think that would give her the egg. What, margot my lovely? Yeah, margot, my dear, margot sweet and hot this is his fantasy. Oh, this is fantasy.

Speaker 1:

Yes, of course it would make her more attracted to yes what a vivid fantasy life you must have.

Speaker 2:

She would be running after me at this point. I bet yes.

Speaker 1:

You left her behind again, is that?

Speaker 2:

no, no, no, no, no. We are at one in this holiday. We are at one because she's such a stanner. Everywhere I go, she has to go. I took her for a flight the other day as well.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, where did you go?

Speaker 2:

We went, we flew above Harwich Right of all the places, she and Felix. She was like Harley please Can you show me Harwich, one of the largest cargo ports in the UK? Oh, oh, oh yeah.

Speaker 1:

And what wasn't impressed the world's, we're going to the.

Speaker 2:

Scottish Highlands next week we're going to take her over Balmoral.

Speaker 1:

I don't think you can top Harwich. I think you should, probably with Scotland, call me cargo Robbie. Sorry, that couldn't.

Speaker 2:

These sunglasses are hiding my tears.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, well, this is the good cop.

Speaker 2:

This is a good cop. Yeah so we're in the swimming pool having a lovely time. We do a good old. I'm trying to think of the movie. Well, I just running into the sea having a great jaws. You know, they all run into the sea without the bad.

Speaker 1:

That film that famous. But when they all run into the sea and die jaws, first of all, sorry, I'm gonna go back up. I'm going back up, you're going for a swim. Are you running into the sea or are you running, running into the lake?

Speaker 2:

running into the swimming pool.

Speaker 1:

Good, because they're really nice. Okay, you're in it to swimming pool, yeah.

Speaker 2:

So it's like you know how they all run into the sea and jaws, but this is George, no.

Speaker 1:

I think I think you've got that confused. You played it backwards because they will run out of the sea. I think you've just been playing that in reverse. I'm not seeing. Do you think that George is a film about a shark Throwing up people? It starts off with this this lovely shark Just just projectile, vomiting a boat.

Speaker 2:

Anyway. So we're running into the swimming pool. Okay, really bad, and the gesture that's just like it's George with a happy ending. It's what it is now then I say, right there, let's look at the program. Shall, we, yes, we've got archery.

Speaker 1:

You've aged about 70 years.

Speaker 2:

Every time you do something, we just swoop back down.

Speaker 1:

It's a long day.

Speaker 2:

It's that your day. That was well, that's just. That's just the morning, henry, I actually tell you yeah, it's just the morning. You've asked for an ideal day. I'm giving you an ideal day, I just say we used to make this part of the podcast last, the whole episode, and now we have again, and Somehow now we've done it again. So would you like me to write quick speed run through lunch, lovely lunch. I don't know what can happen lunch, we'll see leave it as a mystery, okay.

Speaker 1:

This is the bad cop back now. Oh no, lovely Love the dogs in double speed.

Speaker 2:

Lovely lunch, okay, and then after that we look at the afternoon activities. Ryan boats, brilliant.

Speaker 1:

I mean for the purpose of the podcast. We've not sped this up. I was a option.

Speaker 2:

Mike Scott always listens to these pockets on double speed to prove, mike, it's okay, this is quadruple speed for you, talking like Guy Martin now, anyway. So, surprise, you know who he is.

Speaker 3:

Where's?

Speaker 2:

my in class Where's who? Never mind, keep going. Okay so, ryan boats, would you like to go on a round boats, dear? Yes, absolutely fantastic. We go down to the rowing boats, we get our life jackets on and we push into the lake. Okay, now I am, I go to my, I go to my, I lean over and I go. My go dear. Did you know? I've got my boat license, oh, and she goes. No, I go, well, I have. So what's?

Speaker 1:

this. Do you need require a license for a rowing boat.

Speaker 2:

You don't. However, it helps. Oh, does it? Yes, we have another drink, or two or five, or we clear the bar, who knows? But we must go and get ready for dinner. So, yes, please must go get ready. Do we need? To go back to our room make sure everything's closed. We got to get ready for dinner.

Speaker 1:

Go. You're going into the theater if you were to pick one show, one show to round off, to go, and what? Simply the best simply the best.

Speaker 2:

Why simply the best? Because it's got a great Scotland section in it, and I'll go back to my Scott's.

Speaker 1:

I love the Scots. Do you like? The Donald's way is your trousers.

Speaker 2:

No, it's um Scotland the brave, oh, the one before that.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, speaking of Scotland. Yes, sorry to interrupt you. How have to be honest.

Speaker 2:

Judy Dench acquired second sight in Scotland. Did you hear this? What do you mean by second sight? She was doing this interview.

Speaker 1:

They're not this interview.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, she was doing an interview last week, yeah, but she was saying that she wanted to go to this like Lake thing in Scotland, like this. It was basically my life meant to be this beautiful part of Scottish countryside.

Speaker 3:

Is it not a lock?

Speaker 2:

a lake or a lock, okay, whatevs, but no one knew where it was. It wasn't like marked on a map and it was just like this kind of clearing in a woods and she was with her husband or I think it was husband and Anyway, he goes, well, how do we get there? And she went, I know the way, and and she just walked in there and she said I've never been there, I do it and how, I knew where it was. But I acquired, like this second sight thing.

Speaker 3:

Interesting, that's really great have you ever experienced?

Speaker 2:

that in Scotland.

Speaker 1:

It was bomb. So we're gonna ask you just a couple of there's sort of quick fire questions. We're gonna ask them, but you don't have to answer them quickly. Just the first thing comes in. Okay, and you can. We did this in Skyfall, they did this.

Speaker 2:

They did this. It's only came back into it to be a food agent.

Speaker 3:

They did.

Speaker 1:

So wasn't that Spectre? No, no, it's Skyfall.

Speaker 2:

Because he said Something about parents, and then they just went, Skyfall yeah and then that was it, the movie yeah, Anyway, yes and then Adele said this is the end. What was the last thing? You put into Google and you can check Weather radar? I'm a big fan of a weather radar. Of course you are. I've got my. This is quite good, but it was going to not rain.

Speaker 1:

I've also got.

Speaker 2:

Johnny's friendship website.

Speaker 1:

You've also looked up Johnny's friendship? Yeah, because he told us what it was.

Speaker 3:

He did yeah.

Speaker 2:

I won't say because it's yeah, no we've got. Caravans under a thousand kilos.

Speaker 1:

We don't need the full. It was the last thing not everything you ever put into. Google. If there was a fire, yes, and you had to run into your caravan, yes what was the one item that you would save my motorbike, not the Kiosy tail no my motorbike, because how would you navigate that in a fire situation?

Speaker 2:

Just weird out the door. What was the last thing you impulse bought? I Bought a shooting jacket. Actually, no, that was before. Like the most recent thing I've probably impulse bought. That was stupid. I bought a tuk tuk.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I bought a tuk tuk right. It's lovely. Who are you planning on driving around in your tuk tuk?

Speaker 2:

This is a solo trip. It's not only at the top. There's only one seat. I was a bike, it's a trike trike.

Speaker 1:

No, yes, sorry, no. Is it like a pedal, or is it?

Speaker 2:

No, it's got an engine. Yeah, I was almost killed on a tuk tuk, were you? Yeah. Oh dear why was that I was in Vietnam and they the guide. I feel like I've told the story. Have I told this?

Speaker 2:

I don't remember it the guide, who I was with, decided to put me on a tuk tuk. I was like, oh, yeah, that's fine because we were at a local market. And I was just like, yeah, I'll just have like a you know, short, short ride on the tuk tuk and then do you know how to make tuk tuk?

Speaker 2:

and then she tells the tuk tuk man the address of my hotel and Off he goes. Now the hotel's half an hour away and on a motorway in Vietnam I went past at least six motorcycle crashes and I was in a canvas tuk tuk with big lorries Going past me. Yeah, but they know what they're doing? No, they don't cuz there was one covered in blood on the floor. What? No, they don't. One of them died next to me. Hmm, so evidently not.

Speaker 1:

That's a cheery way to go with that.

Speaker 2:

Finally, our most important question that we ever asked on this podcast or, who would you rather take on holiday, me or Jack? This is a question, this is a serious question. Henry, you're quite well travelled, aren't you? Mm-hmm, you're quite well travelled, and you know, jack did work on a cruise. I've been all around the world. Okay, who's got the most contacts? Who can ring up someone in a country and get a decent Dear then my hotel. Probably him, Right.

Speaker 1:

I don't know if you Do, you know.

Speaker 2:

My mum works for Wings Global Travel. Okay, and for that reason it's going to be Henry. I'm sorry, Jack, but I don't. I think we would have to pay full price for a lot of things and there would be quite a lot of confusion.

Speaker 1:

I find it interesting that this season, the people who don't really know you are picking you.

Speaker 2:

It's because they see what a fun person I am.

Speaker 1:

They just haven't spent enough time with you yet. I think that's what it is.

Speaker 2:

I look forward to a holiday, Holly.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, so um, for the AI computer, has um revealed that we believe your best role is suited as Hang on? He's putting the good glasses back on Glasses are on. Car Park Attendant Car.

Speaker 2:

Park Attendant. I would take that. I would take that. We've recently lost one of our best Car Park Attendants. As season two of the All Exclusive Podcast started. They had to leave, oh nothe transfer departments. Yeah, oh yeah, so we'd like to replace him with you. It would be an honour. We think you know you can navigate around electric gates. Can I be a valet?

Speaker 1:

No, I understand, not allowed to drive any of the cars.

Speaker 2:

Why not you just attend them? You attend them. Well, thank you. That's Just before we leave. Is there any last words you want to say to Margot Robbie? Margot, if you are listening to this, because we're at 25,000 downloads and one day it might reach you, just message me on Instagram and we will go from there. We will have a great time here at POSUS 5x or Hoppedon and see whatever you prefer. Darling, it's quite a long message and I'll see you soon. Bye, bye, bye.

Speaker 1:

There we go. There was Harley's episode. Jack, that was weird. It was a bit of a fever dream one, I think. Listening back to that, do you have a bit of a problem with Harley.

Speaker 2:

I don't have a problem with Harley. I have a problem with the fact he's keeping vehicles in his house caravan. I don't have a problem with him personally.

Speaker 1:

Okay good, I just. What do you think about his obsession?

Speaker 2:

with Margot Robbie Good for him. If that's what he wants to do, wearing his salmon shirt then he can do that.

Speaker 1:

Had the Barbie film just come out on the air? It had just come out. Yeah, it's probably where the obsession comes from, so he must have seen that a couple of times.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, a couple of hundred times.

Speaker 2:

I went to the cinema and watched it. I know you did, jack, that was. I wouldn't expect anything less from you, jack.

Speaker 1:

I like, I like all films. Yeah, I'm a fan of the cinema.

Speaker 2:

I watched the Devil Wears Prada whilst cleaning my room the other day.

Speaker 1:

And that says everything, doesn't it?

Speaker 2:

Just before we go. Yeah, let's talk about your challenge.

Speaker 1:

Okay, yes, it's being announced this week, so the website is probably not up and running just yet. But yeah, so obviously I just turned 29. You're soon going to be middle aged.

Speaker 2:

That's not true. That is true.

Speaker 1:

You act middle aged.

Speaker 3:

That's not true. Yes, you do.

Speaker 2:

Anyway, you told me the other day that you had to go and do bits and pieces at your house. Why the bits and pieces? Involved washing.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, but you're always doing washing. You always just pop round marks to do washing. You've asked to come round mine to do washing before.

Speaker 2:

No, but Does that not?

Speaker 1:

make you middle aged.

Speaker 2:

No, because you were making it sound like it was DIY.

Speaker 1:

Well, I was drilling things as well. Oh, what were you drilling? Cameras, cameras. I've got a Ring Doorbell camera. Oh, I see. Anyway, the whole point is yes, I'm turning 30. And obviously, if you remember, back to just as we were getting out of COVID, a couple of years ago I did the Jackathlon.

Speaker 3:

What a title.

Speaker 1:

Well no, it was for the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service. They were turning 50 and they wanted us to do something around the number 50 and raise some money. So I swam, cycled and ran I mean in the end it was like 53 or 4 kilometres.

Speaker 1:

Because, I don't know how that was added up, but we raised like three and a half thousand pounds. That's amazing, which was pretty incredible. I've been speaking to Mike, we've been talking about maybe setting myself in new challenges this year or what can I do, and we came up with the idea we're going to do Jack's Drive to Save Lives. Yeah, the title Don't even look at me for the title, like that was, trust me, I'm going to be raising 30,000 pounds before I'm 30 for the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service to buy them a first responder car. That's amazing.

Speaker 2:

So that's the challenge, but it will be amazing if you succeed, I mean if I succeed. It won't be amazing if you fail, if I fail miserably, then that's going to be really embarrassing for me.

Speaker 1:

But, we're going to properly announce this in the next couple of days, but I thought, for you all exclusive members, let's give you the all exclusive on this one. But I'm going to be raising, as I said, 30,000 pounds across the next year to buy a first responder vehicle to save lives. Basically, do you only raise some money through driving?

Speaker 2:

No, Well, this is the thing the drive to save lives.

Speaker 1:

Don't get me started on the title. Who came up with the title? Me and Mike had a back and forth.

Speaker 2:

Oh, of course, it's always Mike, isn't it?

Speaker 1:

Me and Mike had a back and forth about what the best title for that was, so it's getting involved, isn't? It.

Speaker 3:

It's getting involved.

Speaker 1:

Shall I read you some of my titles, For example? Because 30 before 30 was poo poo Right, perfect.

Speaker 2:

But that doesn't have to do, does it?

Speaker 1:

Apparently, it didn't say what we were doing it for.

Speaker 2:

We were just driving to save lives.

Speaker 3:

So yeah.

Speaker 1:

So I suggested something like 30 for 30, the first response, fundraiser. Ok To the point, but that was Slightly wordy, but I mean look, I think they're not great ones Anyway we settled in the end Jack's drive to save lives because it's got a double meaning the 30 for 30 challenge.

Speaker 3:

Anyway, that's the least important.

Speaker 2:

It's not the name that counts, it's the least important part about it.

Speaker 1:

That's not the important bit, but we're going to be doing some stuff on resort, For example, the things that we raise money through the Friends Foundation in memory of Brian Potter MBE. So the Lunchtime Special, some of the afternoon races, we're going to be raising money through that you can donate on resort and you'll also be able to donate online.

Speaker 1:

But one of the things is, obviously I need to be set some challenges to raise this money. So it will be interesting. I think we will open up a more Like a platform where you can suggest ideas. But in the meantime, have a little think about certain challenges that I could partake in to raise money for charity, because £30,000 is a lot of money. So you're going to have to put me through hell to raise that money.

Speaker 3:

Yes, Henry.

Speaker 1:

I've got my hand up. Yeah, you have got your hand up. What do you want to say?

Speaker 2:

Hello, I have a challenge. What's that? I would like to set things off.

Speaker 1:

Please.

Speaker 2:

I'm going to host this podcast and you're a very close friend.

Speaker 1:

One of those is correct.

Speaker 2:

I would like to. Well, I think you're fine. I am a host of the podcast, so anyway, I would like to set the challenge I'm happy to get involved in this as well To recreate a school trip that I once did of canoeing.

Speaker 1:

Is this part of your therapy session?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I've got to come to terms with that. It happened Of canoeing down the river. Why?

Speaker 1:

Why.

Speaker 2:

To drive to save lives.

Speaker 1:

You want to canoe down the river? Why?

Speaker 2:

With you.

Speaker 1:

I mean, that's a challenge in itself.

Speaker 2:

We will get in a canoe and we will canoe down the river. Why?

Speaker 1:

People can sponsor that. If we raise how much, how much does that worth?

Speaker 2:

That's like £3,000.

Speaker 3:

No, I think.

Speaker 1:

Am I alone in the canoe with you?

Speaker 2:

You may need another person just to deal with the rapids, brian or something We'll look into that. We're going to do. Well, hang on, this isn't optional. If you want to drive to save lives, then you've got to.

Speaker 1:

I'm not doing the driving. The driving is the new car for the first responders.

Speaker 2:

Well, no, I know, but you're doing the driving of the campaign, so let's also row to make dough.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Okay, just a better title.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, we'll have to look into the whole canoe thing and the river. Why Logistically it?

Speaker 2:

is possible. It's quite easy. Okay, so there we go. But if you do have a suggestion for Jack, how do they let you know.

Speaker 1:

I mean for now, just let us know on Facebook. Have a little think for now, throw some suggestions around, and then we might come up with a bit of a forum.

Speaker 2:

Or write us a letter like Challenge Annika, you know.

Speaker 3:

I mean, some of the ones are sort of like running challenges or Boring doing something so many times, over a month, for example.

Speaker 1:

Don't you think we're flying through this season? Well, episode 9. That's next week, just blink. I don't really remember recording any of this season. No, how are we on the ninth?

Speaker 2:

episode.

Speaker 1:

It's a bit strange, isn't it?

Speaker 2:

Very weird. So episode 9 next week with the wondrous Mick Dundee and where I will be. Well, I won't actually be recording the intro from New York, but I'll be in New York for the rest of the week.

Speaker 1:

So actually we're recording that intro Literally right now.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, we're going to end this.

Speaker 1:

And then record.

Speaker 2:

And then record in 20 minutes. We've only got 20 minutes to do it.

Speaker 1:

Bye, all right.

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