Episode 3 - bonus

A Little Snack: The Seenagers side profile

Published on: 8th February, 2022

A Little Snack: Named the Seenager side profile.

Looking in the mirror is always fun, isn't it. Or how bout those old photos from, you know a while back. Things change and you just need to keep your humor about all of it.

This is a little snack about some of it.

Transcript

A little snack, The Seenager Side Profile

Fri, 2/25 1:22PM • 5:45

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

profile, pictures, lighting, nose, crop, invent, teenagers, falling, wrinkles, judgement, hold, music, listen, shoulder pads, deb, presume, people, decide, life, side

SPEAKERS

Debbie Charlie, Charlie Ponger

Charlie Ponger:

Hey, Deb. Hey, hey everybody. Welcome to the official teenagers. We're so happy that you're here. We're so happy that you're listening to us. The feedbacks been really phenomenal. Thank you so much for giving us a shot.

Debbie Charlie:

We're the people who are always up while everything else is falling down. In here Hey, speaking of Hi, Deb. Hi, buddy. I love being with you. Same kind of fun. Yeah. Talk about the side profile today.

Charlie Ponger:

The side profile. What the? What do you mean? Like, like Mariah Carey side profile. One is good. One is bad. That kind of thing.

Debbie Charlie:

Now, I want to talk about our side profile all of us as we goes on. Oh, getting dressed to go out. This is Oh, gee, I can't wait. So here's the really funny thing about the side profile. If you look at yourself straight on, yeah. You think you might have it together?

Charlie Ponger:

So true against them? And like

Debbie Charlie:

it got the hair. You know how it supposed to balance? Yeah, spent little time on that? Because never goes where it's but it's done up here to do what used to do. And then, you know, you kind of analyze the pants and the shoes and hoping. And it seems like it's gonna be okay, until you hurry and you pass a mirror and go Oh. Well, I did. And then you hold your stomach. I bet you everyone does just dumb again and turn around again to make sure that profile is not really what's going out of the house. And that's what's really going on. That's really going out the house. Oh, you guys do that to the profile? Decide you hold your belly?

Charlie Ponger:

Um, no, because I got to know what I really look like. Right. So the front profile. I'm like, Ah, man, I think I'm all right. side profile. I'm like, Whoa,

Debbie Charlie:

yeah, well, right. Because everything's falling. Your nose gets bigger too as you get older. That's it? Yeah. Mine last week. Disgusted I took a couple of pictures recently. Yeah, I'm looking at I go. What's, what's going on? And I'm Italian. So I had a little longer nose than the average bit. Yeah. And there's like the lighting in the shadow. Like made this

Charlie Ponger:

now you don't have a big nose. Oh,

Debbie Charlie:

I now. Well, in the right lighting. I do now I need a nose job. I need Why don't you do that? I'm not. But I have a guy. He's gonna hold my nose up. My eyes do. But as you start looking at yourself in pictures, right? Yeah. You just can't believe it's you. So what you're trying to do is you start cropping. Cropping photos. Yeah, everybody crops up women crop of arms, whole arms. Oh, no kidding. They crop off from the waist down to the bulge. Yeah, they'll crop off anybody that they have to crop off to get if they look good. Yeah, they don't if they could be at Rockefeller Center in front of the Christmas tree. And, and if they have a good picture of themselves, that trees gone so tight, they're coming in tight, the covenant tight, but most pictures are horrible. And they do not look anything like we'd look like in real life. I think so. So there comes the delusion. Yeah, about what we really look like. And a lot of us will then look at pictures from back when people go remember. Remember, this was 10 years ago, and you look at yourself and you're like, Wow, a lot happens in 10 years. A lot happens. Right? So I invented something for this teenager group. Well, it's you know how they have those lighting things you put on your phone? And you're in your computer. So you have good lighting presume and stuff. Yeah, this is a walk with you like shoulder pads.

Charlie Ponger:

You're invent that. Yeah. Because you're your mind, man.

Debbie Charlie:

You're in the right lighting. Yeah, look great. It's really all about the lighting isn't gonna bring your own lighting. Yeah, everywhere you go. So you're gonna bring one of those big box lights when you know, they're like shoulder to shoulder pads.

Charlie Ponger:

Is that what you're gonna

Debbie Charlie:

get you from both sides? Hands Free. That in a fanny belt? She gets you far.

Charlie Ponger:

It is remarkable. The aging process, isn't it? Yeah. I mean, you gotta just kind of go with it and enjoy it and do the best you can.

Debbie Charlie:

At this point in time. You look at these people in these creams, you know, these facial creams and all these what do they do? Wait, you look at the commercials and you actually say to yourself? Yeah, right. Yeah. Not gonna happen. Yeah. Okay, I'll use this and I'm gonna look like you. Yeah, okay, that's not happening. But yeah, there's something to be said about having the gift of wrinkles.

Charlie Ponger:

Listen, I truly this is. I truly love women with wrinkles on their faces.

Debbie Charlie:

Well, there's something about being authentic. I love it. That's comfortable. Yeah, if you can live with that. Yeah, there's no judgement for people who've decided to do whatever they have to do to make themselves feel better about themselves. 00 problem with that, that's what we're doing the show about is like, hey, yeah, this is reality. This is how it goes. life stage. Yeah, stuff falling apart, right? Leave smile, leaving cars running or forget to laugh at all these things, right? People. People don't have places to dance enough. No place to go dancing at this. I want no place to go dancing at this age for our age group for the teenagers. Here's what screwed us up because I just learned the hustle back then they cancelled it they're really hurt Michael you were a disco check. No, I was everything check if there's the b2b move into you moved you grooved. They had the best music in my supermarket where I live. Yeah, see me in aisle four. I kill it. Oh, you do

Charlie Ponger:

right. Yeah, because they're playing our music now in the grocery store. Unfortunately, what

Debbie Charlie:

is that canned peas section which just throws it off a little bit but

Charlie Ponger:

again, Peace

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