Episode 104: Two Heads Are Better Than One.

Episode 104: Two Heads Are Better Than One.
Eggs, Grits, & Ignorance
Episode 104: Two Heads Are Better Than One.

Apr 12 2024 | 00:48:24

Episode April 12, 2024 00:48:24

Hosted By

Yusuf In The Building Ibby Von

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Hosts: Ibby, Von, & Yoshi


In the latest episode of the Eggs, Grits, and Ignorance podcast, Von, Ibby, and Yoshi dive into a range of controversial topics with their trademark unfiltered style. From dissecting societal norms to exploring relationships, they leave no stone unturned. They tackle the complexities of modern dating and the pressures of intimacy. The team then delves into the nuances of gender dynamics and expectations in relationships. They take a candid look at the consequences of lies and deception in relationships, sparking a heated debate among the hosts. They challenge traditional views on marriage and last names, exploring the intricacies of commitment and identity. Finally, the team wraps up with reflections on family dynamics and humorous anecdotes, showcasing the crew's camaraderie and wit. Tune in for an episode filled with raw honesty, laughter, and thought-provoking insights.

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And it's your boy Yoshi in the building. And I am here with the best team in land, my boy at big kid Envy and Bonnie von Vaughn. How y'all doing today? [00:02:40] Speaker C: Yelling. That's it. [00:02:45] Speaker B: That's. We ain't got no vibes. No vibes. [00:02:48] Speaker D: Yeah. No. Y'all notice something different little haircut. [00:02:56] Speaker B: You got the same. [00:02:58] Speaker C: Got this. You got them lips. [00:03:00] Speaker D: I had a facial today. I had a facial. [00:03:03] Speaker B: You had a facial today? [00:03:04] Speaker D: Okay. Yes. Had a nice and unexpected. Typically half off today. Didn't know. [00:03:18] Speaker C: Unexpected. [00:03:22] Speaker D: What you pausing for? What's the pause? What's the pause? [00:03:30] Speaker B: What's up? [00:03:31] Speaker C: What's going on this early? [00:03:33] Speaker D: Now we. The show just started. [00:03:37] Speaker B: Yeah, it is. Mama's tapping in. She says, hello, y'all. [00:03:44] Speaker C: I didn't say it. [00:03:45] Speaker B: She said, everybody I. Everybody I. Today, iri, man. Massive wagon. Massive. Well, let's get right into it. Let's not jump all the way into it, because. [00:04:14] Speaker C: I ain't got no top five. I ain't got no top five. So we jumping straight in. [00:04:23] Speaker B: Vaughn, do you have a more you know. [00:04:27] Speaker C: The more you know about facials. [00:04:30] Speaker B: Jay with the ink. Hey, man, one of the best tattoo artists I know out there. If you get a chance, follow him on all social media platforms. Jay with ink. He got it. He got it. And he's also the host of one of our newest podcasts on the network. Peas in a pod. [00:04:49] Speaker D: Too much, man. [00:04:51] Speaker B: Not for my men. [00:04:52] Speaker C: Not. [00:04:52] Speaker B: Not for the work, Jay, do. Not for the work, Jay do. Jay, put that. Jay, work is top notch. Jay work is top notch. If you could think it. He could do it, plain and simple. He's probably there's only two people. He's probably the only person other than my brother that I would let. [00:05:08] Speaker D: I'm all about creativity and artists, our artistry. [00:05:13] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:05:13] Speaker B: I'm telling you, he's easy. I'm listen to, like, just go. Just go on his instagram. [00:05:17] Speaker D: I love tattoos. It's just too expensive. [00:05:21] Speaker B: I'm about to get him to do me, do a cover up for me, but he's really good. He's really good. No problem, bro. See, I. Vaughn, good point. Good work, not cheap, and cheap work, not good. [00:05:35] Speaker C: Facts. [00:05:36] Speaker D: No, I love tattoos. I love great work. But I just can't pay. Like, I can't fathom. Like, it doesn't make sense to me. It don't make sense. The amount of money. I notice the time, the effort that goes into it. Like, I get it. [00:05:50] Speaker B: I mean, it's like, it's like me paying in the strip club. I get it. [00:05:53] Speaker D: Duckies like that. [00:05:54] Speaker C: I don't. [00:05:56] Speaker B: I don't pay in the strip club. [00:05:57] Speaker D: I definitely don't recycle. [00:06:01] Speaker B: I'm not. Yeah, like Al Bundy with the dollar on the string. [00:06:05] Speaker C: Recycling. Doing my part to save the planet. Yeah. You know what I mean? [00:06:11] Speaker D: Oh, damn right. [00:06:13] Speaker B: Let's, um, let's have a moment of silence real quick. Um, the juice is no longer loose or what? Apparently Vaughn. Vaughn has a lag. [00:06:37] Speaker D: The juice ain't loose. What? I don't know what you're talking about. [00:06:41] Speaker B: The juice is no longer loose. OJ Simpson. [00:06:44] Speaker C: OJ. [00:06:45] Speaker B: OJ Simpson passed today. We'll wait for her to catch it. Three, two, one. [00:06:52] Speaker D: That's what you're talking about? [00:06:54] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:07:02] Speaker D: Wait a minute. What y'all not gonna do is talk about my Wi Fi tonight? What you're not gonna do is put me. Put me 10 seconds behind. That's not what you gonna do. [00:07:13] Speaker B: Hey, listen, Jeff, to get the prayer warriors up. [00:07:21] Speaker C: Oh, my God. [00:07:23] Speaker D: What we not gonna do is trip on my Wi Fi tonight. [00:07:28] Speaker B: Yeah, man. Mister C. Mister C died today, so. Rip. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. [00:07:45] Speaker C: And he didn't want to get caught up in that Diddy, and Diddy is still loose. [00:07:51] Speaker B: All right, tonight we don't have any stories. [00:08:02] Speaker D: We got no stories tonight. [00:08:05] Speaker B: No, we got a couple. Let me. I got it. I got to get it pulled up. Hold on. EB is tickled like, hey, the eggs, goods, and ignorance. Eb's body butter done came in, so it'll be going on sale soon. All right, man, let's actually make. Let people. Let people have a reason to be here. Let's get all right. And the news is brought to you by Eb's booty butter. And that's the advertisement. [00:09:05] Speaker C: It's going out. Is going out today. Tomorrow. [00:09:08] Speaker B: Sorry, it's going out tomorrow. [00:09:10] Speaker C: Now, tomorrow I will be at the post office bright and early. [00:09:13] Speaker B: All right, so you remember a couple of weeks ago, we covered the. The twins. [00:09:20] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:09:20] Speaker B: They went viral, and they went completely viral. I'm trying to punch it. [00:09:27] Speaker C: She said they'd be awake. The other sister be awake, paying attention during sex. [00:09:33] Speaker B: Yes. So she confirmed that. [00:09:37] Speaker D: Right? [00:09:38] Speaker B: Yeah. No, well, they posted. I got it right here. They posted because everyone is asking. We're just gonna tell you. Yes, I have sex with my husband. Yes, I go down on him. Let me see if I have the picture here. I still got the picture up here. [00:09:53] Speaker C: Tag team. [00:09:59] Speaker B: Yes, I have sex with my husband. Yes, I go down on him. Yes, my sister Brittany is there. Well, where else would she be? Yes, my sister and I orgasm as one. But when I sleep with my husband, she's usually reading a book, listening to a true crime podcast. So she just puts the pleasure out of her mind. But how does she put it out of her mind? [00:10:24] Speaker D: Bullshit. [00:10:26] Speaker C: How does she put it? [00:10:27] Speaker D: So you reading the book. As soon. As. Soon as they climax with the book going down, then she's going climax with him. [00:10:33] Speaker C: Like, you must. He must ain't coming with no thunder. [00:10:39] Speaker D: And then when she's having fellatio, the sister got to be down there with her because they both joint. [00:10:50] Speaker B: They both head bomb. [00:10:52] Speaker D: You know? I'm saying. [00:10:54] Speaker C: I mean that, like, so what? So what if one wants to swallow and the other don't, right? [00:11:04] Speaker D: Make it make sense, man. Hey, the creepy one, he's a. [00:11:12] Speaker C: Maybe. Maybe he should have been. Maybe she should have married another conjoined twin. Ah, that is a point that would make more sense. [00:11:21] Speaker B: The lie detector says that's. [00:11:27] Speaker C: Noggin. [00:11:28] Speaker B: It's not really a third, because, like, she just. There. [00:11:32] Speaker C: But it's just two heads. [00:11:35] Speaker B: You know? You say two heads are better than one. [00:11:46] Speaker C: There's no way she taking some back shots and reading a book. She. [00:11:51] Speaker D: I mean, like, no way. [00:11:54] Speaker B: Just because we can't understand it, does it? Or would that be an orgy? Oh, shit. Here. Camille. [00:12:05] Speaker C: Orgy would have more people, so they need one more conjoined twin. No, because that's a threesome. Three is a threesome, but it's not technically. Technically a threesome because there's only two breasts and one vagina. So it ain't an orgy. It's just a crowded room. [00:12:32] Speaker D: Shit. That's what it is. [00:12:34] Speaker C: Sex files. [00:12:37] Speaker B: Yeah, well, who I'm gonna tell you. I'm gonna tell you who else has done. There is a Houston teacher who is arrested for sex trafficking after she was caught allegedly recruiting troubled girls to have sex with her 22 year old son. According to Fox 26, Kedra Grisby, 42, is being accused of recruiting girls from her school. Client is the in Houston and delivering them to her son, Roger McGee, who would engage in sexual acts with the teens and send them money afterwards. The three victims. The three victims, age 1516 and 17, are described to be runaways that were in need of a place to stay when Grizby took advantage of their vulnerability. Grizzby would reportedly offer the girls a place to stay, which would be a hotel where they would partake in sexual activities with McGee. Police were able to obtain text messages between one of the miners and McGee that showed money being sent through Zelle for prostitution. Grizzby was reportedly paying for the hotel rooms and was fully aware of the sexual relations McGee was participating in with the minors. [00:14:05] Speaker C: I thought you gonna say their last name was Combs. [00:14:10] Speaker D: Yo, that would have been messed up. [00:14:14] Speaker C: No, Diddy. [00:14:17] Speaker B: What you mean? [00:14:21] Speaker D: Too much going on? [00:14:24] Speaker C: Too much going on. [00:14:25] Speaker D: Too much going on. [00:14:29] Speaker C: Oh, man. It's sad that that's what they doing, though. They need to stop. [00:14:33] Speaker B: Was she pimping mom? I don't know if she was pimping him out, but. Pimping the girls out? [00:14:38] Speaker C: She pimping the girls? [00:14:39] Speaker D: Oh, she was definitely pimping the girls. Well. Well, both shit. She was doing both shit. [00:14:49] Speaker C: Fuck it. I mean, pimpin simply been Pimpin since Pimpin was pimpin'so. [00:14:58] Speaker D: Speaking of Pimpin, I was listening to Pope Pimp did he and still poe Pimpin this morning on my way to work po pimpin'. You know, do or die. You don't remember that group, do or die? [00:15:19] Speaker C: Oh, yeah. I didn't listen to the music like that. One good song. [00:15:27] Speaker D: They may have had two or three good songs. That's it? [00:15:31] Speaker C: Yeah. So that's a one for me. It might have been doped down. Okay, so I remember that one song, but the rest of it was wack because it was that booty music. [00:15:47] Speaker D: No, that wasn't booty music. That was some other next level shit that we weren't ready. [00:15:51] Speaker C: I was listening to that in the south. That wouldn't know up north shit. [00:15:59] Speaker D: That was midwest. [00:16:00] Speaker C: That was west. [00:16:01] Speaker B: That was the west. Yeah, I was the west. [00:16:03] Speaker C: They should have kept that shit over there. [00:16:06] Speaker B: Let's get into this last story. How many of y'all have ever eaten a lunchable? [00:16:12] Speaker C: Lunchable shit? [00:16:15] Speaker B: Well, lunchables reportedly are found to contain relatively high lead levels and can put you at risk of cancer. [00:16:27] Speaker C: I used to steal my kids lunchables. [00:16:29] Speaker B: Yeah. Now they're highly processed and regularly eating processed meat. And main. The main ingredient in many of these products is, has been linked to increased risk of some cancers. Yeah. So stay. Stay out the lunchables. [00:16:45] Speaker C: No diddy. [00:16:47] Speaker B: No diddy. All right, let's get into this. Let's get into our room. I got some relationship questions for y'all here, and I'm anxious to hear the responses. Our first question is, a man is dating two women. He lies to one about this and is truthful with the other. Vaughn, which relationship does he value more? [00:17:13] Speaker D: None. [00:17:15] Speaker B: None? [00:17:19] Speaker D: None. [00:17:20] Speaker B: What you mean none? [00:17:21] Speaker D: You don't value nothing but himself. He doesn't value how you lie into one. You lying. You can't tell he's telling the other one what she want to hear more than the other one. He's telling you lying to both. You can't, you can't, you can't, you can't. You just can't. You lying to both. At some point, you're not telling the full truth to one and, um, omitting truth to the other. You're lying to both. [00:17:59] Speaker C: Hmm. [00:18:01] Speaker B: Okay. What you say? [00:18:03] Speaker C: E. He values both of them. [00:18:08] Speaker B: Ah, he values both of them. Okay. [00:18:11] Speaker C: Both of them. [00:18:13] Speaker B: Okay. Why do you believe he values? [00:18:16] Speaker D: I call bullshit. [00:18:20] Speaker C: Why you got all. It's true. You can value both of them because. [00:18:26] Speaker D: He value is where he's going to stick his. Where he's going to stick his little wee wee is that's value. One of value. [00:18:33] Speaker C: That is a value. Stroke time is valuable. I'm stroke time is valuable and so is home time. Home time is valuable. Don't say, especially if you got them both under control, you know, saying, definitely, go ahead. If you, if you a good cheetah, both relationships are valuable because you get in the relationship, which is what you want. You get the relationship. You know, I'm saying that companionship, all that good shit over the family, all that, and, and then you getting that freaky ass sex you ain't supposed to have. That is a valuable situation. [00:19:23] Speaker B: All right, I think we're going to fight. I think we're going to fire up some people here. We'll see what you guys think. A man doesn't want a woman to go through with the pregnancy later. He finds out later, he feels she goes through with it later. He feels he shouldn't pay child support because she wanted the child and he didn't. Does he have a point? [00:19:44] Speaker C: No, you don't got no fucking point. He don't got no fucking say. If he want to say, you should have put on a fucking condom, but. [00:19:55] Speaker B: Let'S say you put on the condom, right? So he put on the condom and accidents, you know, it's not accident. It's just 99.9. This is the point. [00:20:07] Speaker C: Oh, one. [00:20:12] Speaker D: Is how I feel about it. I was upfront with her, and if he's upfront with her and tell her he does not want a child and they're being safe about it and accident happened, then she, I feel there's, okay. My thing is, at the end of the day, I think he's, he's an asshole for even saying that. But she gotta understand from this from the beginning where he is with it, the expectation of him being there. She's, go ahead. Need to be understand that she's gonna be a single parent. [00:20:58] Speaker C: Don't fuck if you're not willing to have kids and take care of them. Don't fucking have sex. Stay at home and beat your fucking meat. [00:21:07] Speaker B: Or get snipped. [00:21:09] Speaker C: It's not reversible. [00:21:11] Speaker B: Yeah, or get snip. Like, I mean, if you don't. If you're really at the point where you don't want. [00:21:18] Speaker D: I heard it. [00:21:20] Speaker C: What is that? It is not as reversible. [00:21:24] Speaker D: No, no. [00:21:24] Speaker C: That getting stuff is not as reversible. Yeah. [00:21:32] Speaker B: It's not. It's not as reversible. But like I said, I mean, like, I'm at a point now where I don't want no damn kids no more. No more. I want to say, no, you got about 15. No more kids. I've been struggling with going and getting the surgery because I don't want to come across this. I don't want, and if anybody wants to have kids, I don't even want to talk to them, give them a face. I'm going to get it. It's just having an operation down there, you don't know they can fuck up. And now I ain't getting no sex, like, none. I can't even. [00:22:12] Speaker C: And then with that Hitler, you know. [00:22:14] Speaker B: Saying, like, I can't have them problems. I don't want the medically induced problems. [00:22:20] Speaker C: Pulling up to the show with one test. [00:22:22] Speaker B: No, I can't even get up. Like, the soldier can't get no. Clip it so that, like, it don't work like no mo. Like no mo. [00:22:37] Speaker C: I've been told that niggas that's paralyzed from the waist down can still soldiers. [00:22:42] Speaker D: Standing at attention no more. [00:22:45] Speaker B: That's what I don't want. [00:22:53] Speaker C: You don't want to get clipped like a dog shit. But, yo, just stop fucking pull out. Make sure your pull out game is strong. Give them facials. Apparently, that's a thing, you know, saying. [00:23:14] Speaker B: On the rubber hose. All right, on the. On the other side of this, a woman gets an abortion during a rough pat. During. During a rough patch of a relationship and doesn't tell the man, they go on and get married. Is this marriage built on a lie? [00:23:36] Speaker C: Hell, yeah. [00:23:38] Speaker B: Is it? [00:23:39] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:23:43] Speaker C: I'm leaving. [00:23:44] Speaker D: It's a. Is that omitted you ask me. [00:23:49] Speaker C: No nation that needed to you ask, I will tell. That's bullshit. It ain't about that. I can't ask you a question that I'm not suspicious of, so I'm not gonna ask the question. At the same time. [00:24:11] Speaker B: That's not. That's not my. That's not my fault. [00:24:15] Speaker C: All right, so what if she put. Because, you know, abortion. Abortions are risky. Even in this day and age, they're risky. So you have an abortion, and now you can't have kids. You don't fucked it up, and it's gonna come out well, what happened? Why? Oh, well, you had this scar tissue from that abortion. Oh, really? Well, how long ago was that? When did you do that? You gonna have to lie. To lie. To lie, to keep lying. [00:24:43] Speaker D: Yeah, like, you're. Yeah. [00:24:46] Speaker C: Yeah. I don't believe that lies belong. [00:24:50] Speaker D: Relationship is built on a lie. I don't believe that lies don't belong any situation. [00:24:58] Speaker C: Well, if I have to lie to a woman that I'm dating, I am not going to marry. No, serious. If I have to lie to a woman that I'm dating, I'm not marrying. I'm gonna keep it. I might keep the relationship, but I'm not gonna marry her. I'm not gonna get into. I'm not gonna get into nothing right now, cuz. If the truth ever comes out, I'm not willing to deal with it, period. You know, saying, so, fuck that. If you. If you out here, fuck you. I. [00:25:39] Speaker B: Listen, I just pushed the buttons. I'm just trying to make sure that we get that conversation is had. All right, next up, your significant other quits their job because they want to become a rapper. The mixtape is dropping next week, but so are the bills. Would you support them? [00:25:55] Speaker C: Her pussy better be pink and her booty hole brown. [00:26:02] Speaker D: I'm focusing. I'm focusing on my rap career. That's all I'm saying. I'm just gonna focus on my rap career. I'm focusing on my rap career. [00:26:11] Speaker C: Rapid ball. [00:26:12] Speaker D: My rap name is Young Lee. Young Lee. She's so spicy. [00:26:16] Speaker C: She didn't matter. You did post that she was rapping this. She, Vaughn did post on Facebook she about to be a rapper. And what would be her rap name? I've been thinking something with them. Lick. Young Lee. [00:26:35] Speaker D: Young Lee. She's spicy. [00:26:39] Speaker B: You, you are on one with that shit. [00:26:45] Speaker C: Oh, my God. There's no good rat names left. [00:26:51] Speaker B: No. And that died a long time ago. All right, next question. During the drinking game, you find out that your significant other had a same sex sexual encounter during college. How would you feel, Vaughn? [00:27:08] Speaker D: Oh, I know it is a double standard. I already know, but mother sucker. Heck, I'm sorry, I just. Don't tell me. That's one thing you. You are allowed to not tell me. Don't tell me. I would never see you the same. [00:27:30] Speaker B: You can't. [00:27:31] Speaker D: A little boost. Nah. [00:27:38] Speaker C: You wanted it. [00:27:39] Speaker D: You still. That's one lie that you can keep to yourself. I do not want any. I know. I do not need to know. Okay. [00:27:47] Speaker B: One time at one time in banking. [00:27:54] Speaker C: Trumpets and trouble. [00:27:58] Speaker B: What about you? Eat shit. [00:28:00] Speaker C: I'm asked where the tape at. I need to see evidence of this. [00:28:07] Speaker B: What? [00:28:09] Speaker C: What, what? My significant other is a female. So therefore, who don't want to see two females rubbing up against each other. It's. That's a no brainer for me. I want to know if you still had these feelings. I want to know how can we marinate this? [00:28:30] Speaker B: How can we finesse it? [00:28:31] Speaker C: How can we get mo. [00:28:33] Speaker D: I ain't trying to finesse my situation. Fuck that. [00:28:36] Speaker C: Yeah, that's gruesome. Yeah, that's gruesome. [00:28:42] Speaker D: I got PTSD. [00:28:44] Speaker B: No question for everybody out there since, you know, little question for everybody out there. How long can your partner say no to sex before it starts affecting your relationship? Once. [00:29:04] Speaker D: Never. [00:29:06] Speaker B: No, nigga. [00:29:07] Speaker D: What, you ain't fucking me? Who you fucking, motherfucker? [00:29:15] Speaker C: Keep saying no. [00:29:16] Speaker D: Nope. [00:29:17] Speaker C: Keep saying no. I could go for. I could do a couple months. I could do a couple months. Now, if she want to say no, I could do a couple months. But best believe after that couple months, something getting slid in, it's either gonna be you or some other female running around here showing me some fucking attention. [00:29:41] Speaker D: No, she gonna buy. She gonna buy you that on the, what you call it? [00:29:46] Speaker C: The no. [00:29:49] Speaker D: Yeah. No, no, no. Not even that. [00:29:54] Speaker C: I'm. Listen, I will beat my own shit before I get caught sticking it in the corner. Some fucking weird lip looking thing of the throat goat 5000 or some rubber ass. [00:30:08] Speaker D: That's what it's called. [00:30:10] Speaker C: I don't give a fuck if the pussy came with a wallet. My dick ain't going in that. Never. [00:30:18] Speaker B: All right. On the other, I guess the line of no, Vaughn. What? Since you've been sexually active, what's the longest you've gone without having sex? [00:30:34] Speaker D: Oh, I went a few years, actually. [00:30:38] Speaker B: A few years? [00:30:39] Speaker D: And that was by choice? I was. Yeah, I was. I wasn't in a relationship. I think the, like, maybe two years I went with no sex. [00:30:51] Speaker B: Okay. Evie, what about you? [00:30:55] Speaker C: Shit, I'm working on like year three now. Now, these bitches don't interest me. Like, I'm not about to be out here fucking just one day too young or they all want to be married. Like, I'm not fucking about to get into no relationship just to fuck. Nope. Hell, no. [00:31:21] Speaker D: So now I know that's right. I know that's right. You better stand up for your rights. Ain't gonna use you. [00:31:32] Speaker C: This ain't no damn, me too movement. Fuck that. Use me for my body. That's all I want. Fuck that shit. I don't know. I don't want no relationships. Like, I don't want to be responsible for women's feelings. Fuck your feelings. So if you can't meet me on my level, which is if you can't meet me on my level, which is we can be cool and fuck, then it ain't gonna be nothing. You just go be hell, no. The fuck full. That shit is wack. I'm no, like, I'm not. Yeah, no. [00:32:19] Speaker D: Now, see, you don't have to be married. It could be just a long term commitment. [00:32:23] Speaker C: I got this. Females, or a female that I would commit to in a sense that I would. She would be the only one. But she don't live near me. You know, I'm saying, so that should. I'm not about to do no long distance fucking shit. Nah, that shit bash and I ain't doing. Yeah, I mean, so I can, if it happened in my area is going down, I'm slaying some dragons. But I will not be like, you're not gonna see me and just be like, oh, that's my new husband. No, you never know. [00:33:08] Speaker D: You never say never, okay? You just never know. The universe has a way of showing up in our lives. Changing, changing our perspective. [00:33:22] Speaker C: I don't give a fuck. I'm telling you right now, I don't give a fuck. And listen, you gotta remember, you've talked about this before, where Yoshi can. Yoshi knows. I'm the relationship guy. I'm the one that's always in a fucking relationship. I'm never out here fucking hoeing like I should be, you know, saying, I'm telling you, yo, I've had good women, very good women, loving, take care they kids want to feed. You, want to say all the right things. Some do all the right things. You know what I'm saying? And I'm like, yeah, I'm gonna fuck. If God came down and handed me some pussy and said, this is the woman you gonna marry. I'm gonna get going against God. No, I won't. You don't go against God. I probably did already. I will not. There's no person on this earth that can convince me that marriage is for me again. No person. I don't give a fuck. Now, like I said, I will. I would do a wedding ceremony. I would do a wedding ceremony. No, a wedding ceremony. You're marrying. You're getting married. I don't. I'm not going to sit up here and bullshit the words, oh, well, I commit to this, blah, blah, blah. No, it would be a full blown out wedding ceremony with no marriage license. I would never sign another fucking marriage marriage license. [00:35:10] Speaker D: Who did that? Who had a marriage, a ceremony? And they didn't. It was it Mendee sees and. [00:35:19] Speaker C: Oh, girl, nobody watched it. [00:35:21] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:35:24] Speaker D: Years ago. That was years ago. [00:35:27] Speaker C: Didn't nobody watch that back there? [00:35:28] Speaker D: Y'all did. Don't act like y'all. [00:35:30] Speaker C: I ain't never watch that. I don't even know if that was. I know it's one of them shows. Loving hip hop or loving basketball. Fucking Miami. [00:35:42] Speaker D: Yeah, that's it. Yandy and Mendeecees. [00:35:46] Speaker C: Listen, that is. I'm not. No. Hell, no. I'll give a fuck if. Yo, I don't care if would. It would. Harlem nights, that bitch got that sunshine. I know you can throw it up in the air. Yeah. No, that ain't me, baby. [00:36:06] Speaker D: So I got a question. [00:36:08] Speaker B: Tell mom. [00:36:08] Speaker D: I have a question for both of y'all. Okay, so what if. Eb, this is just a what if. Okay? What if you. Y'all get married and she does not take your last name? She keeps her last name, then we ain't married. Yes, you are. You sign the. You sign. [00:36:29] Speaker C: Shit. I didn't sign anything. [00:36:32] Speaker D: No, because you have to take your name? [00:36:35] Speaker B: Yep. [00:36:36] Speaker C: In some form. [00:36:38] Speaker D: You're not gonna take her? [00:36:39] Speaker C: I'm okay if I'm okay with hyphenating. I'm okay with hyphenated. [00:36:45] Speaker D: Okay. So what if she did take your name but she's still legally? I mean, go by her maiden name. [00:36:55] Speaker B: If she did it for business. If she did it for business, one. If she did it for business purposes, that's fine. We kind of going through that now with her, with her soon to be husband. Like, she just became a nurse practitioner. And apparently, like, all the paperwork that they got to fill out is rough. [00:37:21] Speaker C: You got to change that shit legally. [00:37:23] Speaker B: She's like, it's crazy how much. And for every license that she has, she has to know she has to pay for a new license. [00:37:33] Speaker C: Yep. [00:37:34] Speaker B: So. And each license was a couple of, like, one of them's like fifteen hundred dollars. And so it. To keep his name legally, to legally change her name, she would have to get all. I think she got like seven licenses. And like, the cheapest is like 700. The most. The most is like 1500. And she was like, yeah, nah, she was like. She's like. And him, her and him. [00:37:58] Speaker C: But this is the thing. [00:37:59] Speaker B: And then the dispute now, because he wants her to take his last name. [00:38:03] Speaker C: But, nah, but that's stupid because everywhere you go and you're being introduced, you're going to be mister and misses blank. We not want to say 15 different names. Everybody know you. My wife, you gonna be misses Kareem. You know, I'm saying, I'm not gonna introduce you as so and so with your last name. I'm not doing that, like, professionally. Professionally, that's a little old school. [00:38:35] Speaker B: As I sit in think, like, long as my children have my last name, I'm kind of. [00:38:41] Speaker C: Yeah, I'm good with that, too. But I'm like, I'm like this. Like I'll walk into, let's say I go to your work. Me and Vaughn is married. I go to Vaughn's holiday party. [00:38:55] Speaker B: This is my husband. Yeah. [00:38:57] Speaker C: And they say, hey, what's. How you. They don't know me. So they go, hey, how you doing, Mister Lee, I cool. Fuck it. I missed the lead tonight. I might karate kick a nigga in the back if I don't like him. But I will be that for the night. You know what I'm saying? I'm okay with that. I'm okay with shit. But like, well, anybody know who I am to you? Everybody knows who you are today. So name is just a name. [00:39:28] Speaker B: Yeah. And I think about it. [00:39:30] Speaker D: Let me spend it. Let me spend it for a second. So let's just say you are married. Yeah, you said, let's just say you're married and you go to the holiday party and people still address her by her maiden name. But they know she's married. Would you be. [00:39:49] Speaker C: But that's the name they know. Yeah, that's like I so. [00:39:55] Speaker D: No, but they know she's married. [00:39:57] Speaker B: Yeah, but I mean. [00:40:00] Speaker C: Look at, um. Die hard to do, you think? [00:40:06] Speaker D: Let's just say it's not a holiday party. Let's just say it's not a work gathering and it's a social gathering. [00:40:14] Speaker C: Those people know you? They don't know me. All they know is that I'm your. [00:40:21] Speaker D: No, they do know you know. [00:40:23] Speaker C: Yeah. Those are your peoples. [00:40:27] Speaker D: They know. Yeah, they know that you're my husband, but they. That's all they know by my last name. But they do know your last name. Would you be offended? Would you ask her? [00:40:38] Speaker C: Why would I be offended? They're addressing you, they're dressing you. [00:40:44] Speaker D: But you wouldn't find that kind of weird? [00:40:47] Speaker C: No, that's your name. [00:40:49] Speaker D: I would. [00:40:52] Speaker C: They can only address you by what you go as. [00:40:55] Speaker D: Cuz I'm like, are you trying to hide something? [00:40:59] Speaker C: Ain't trying to hide shit. I can't. If I only know how to call you by your last name. Like, like Youssef. Like he gonna be at work. He missed the English. Everybody say, mister English, Mister English. I walk up in that school like, yo, what up, Yosh? They're gonna be like, huh, what? Who the fuck is he talking to? Then they're gonna associate with what I'm saying to him because he's gonna respond. You know what I'm saying? But everybody knows him as Mister English. They're not gonna expect him to be called nothing different. Like, all my friends call me a variation of my name. I'm Eb E. Even if motherfuckers don't even know my real, my real name. Everybody knows a variation of me because I give them that information. It's up to you to be like, no, no, no, no. I am misses Kareem. This is who I am. That's up to you to change that shit. Not people to just know. [00:42:20] Speaker B: It's. [00:42:20] Speaker C: It's. But it's not offensive. It's not offensive to be called by your name. It's still your name. You think you. You think your father, your mother is going to discredit the fact that your name is the name they gave you on the birth certificate? You still going to be that child to them. They. But they go call you by your name. They don't call you if they. If they. If I know you as Vaughn and we dated and we got married, and I end up going to a family reunion for the first time and your aunt walk up to you and go, hey, booger, schnooker, I'm not gonna go, hey, yo, don't be calling my wife that. That's what the fuck. She won't call you. That's exactly what the fuck your ass. [00:43:11] Speaker D: I get that name. [00:43:13] Speaker C: It's a name. Look, you see what my names are? Names are to identify. [00:43:24] Speaker D: She said, I won't ever answer to Kareem, ever. [00:43:34] Speaker C: She ain't married. She can't answer to something. Yo, I give. I give you a prime example. I went to a family reunion, and it was my ex wife's family reunion. Now, my wife had legally changed her name, so she was Kareem. But when they was doing, like, the little family introduction. Who's this in the family? Who's that in the family? The woman got flustered when she was talking and she called me Eb Jackson. I didn't get offended. She got flustered on the introduction whether she was gonna say Kareem or Jackson. Jackson is their fucking name. [00:44:32] Speaker D: Oh, okay. Got you. [00:44:34] Speaker C: Jackson was my ex wife made a name. You know what I'm saying? So I didn't get offended. It still associated me with being married into the family. It doesn't matter to me, you know, saying anybody knew what was up because they knew who my ex was to that family. So, okay. But niggas wasn't walking up to me like, hey, mister Kareem. Because the one nigga that did, I checked them know I'm saying, like, he really, like, walked up to me like, hey, Jackson, this, that. Now, nigga, I will WHOOP your fucking ass, nigga. Like, you. You know. You know my fucking name? You've been calling me Eb for the longest. Don't never fucking walk up to me and call me something else out my fucking name. I'll fucking beat the shit out. [00:45:32] Speaker D: Oh, gosh. Don't get violent. [00:45:43] Speaker C: I had to check the nigga because of that, though. You know what I'm saying? I couldn't let that shit slide because you being funny. You want to be funny? I. We could be funny, but you're gonna be laughing with my foot in your ass. But if. But if you don't know. Cause I've had that happen. Hey, mister Jackson. Yo, what up? [00:46:09] Speaker B: At least I didn't call you Miss Jackson. [00:46:12] Speaker C: I'm sorry, Miss Jackson. [00:46:16] Speaker B: All right, man, let's go ahead and get on out of here for the day. Von Eby, once again, want to thank the people for tapping in with us. Thank y'all for rocking with us. Vaughn, tell the people how they can find you. [00:46:41] Speaker D: You can find me on Instagram at one Voncella. You can find me on Facebook at von Lee. You can also find me where? Oh, on my other podcast, at the very necessary podcast. Check us out every Wednesday on all platforms. You can catch me here kicking it with my crew, as ignorant as it can be. [00:47:02] Speaker B: Yeah, eb, how can they find yo. [00:47:07] Speaker C: You can find me on Instagram. B I g k I d e m v I. Underscore shops. [00:47:14] Speaker B: Yeah, and you can find me in. The trip in the trap is going down. Um, but mostly, you can find me on Instagram and Snapchat at the 9th wonder on Facebook. Yoshi English on Twitter, aka x at I am coach e. Underscore and tick tock at Ariel Stat podcast. Also catch me on Monday and Wednesdays on my other podcast, relationship status. My boy cl and neek. We do what we do. Talk all things relationships. Until the next time, everybody. We're out. [00:47:47] Speaker C: Booty butter. Bye.

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