Episode 5

Seenager ADHD

Published on: 29th November, 2021

Debbie being Debbie! ADHD anyone? Self-deprecating comedy at its best! Amazingly refreshing. Amazingly refreshing. If everyone could have this much fun with themselves, the world would be such a better place. Talk about being vulnerable, welp, this is it! Self-deprecating comedy at its best! Ha!

Transcript

Seenager ADHD

Fri, 2/25 2:42PM • 6:03

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

OCD, work, checking, talk, number, mental illness, laughing, photographic memory, blurt, loud, plug, Elon Musk, tollbooth, deal breakers, checker, ridiculousness, weird, car, dd ADHD, love

SPEAKERS

Bob Small, Charlie Ponger, Debbie Charlie

Debbie Charlie:

Okay let me just say I'm very sensitive you know I grew up around a lot of mental illnesses you major in mental illness and personally I just found that a mental myself No, I'm serious. Yeah, my whole life people like how much energy like I know it's very unusual anyway I read about a month ago. ADHD, yeah. curable. And I'm just gonna keep going. I'm surprised Elon Musk didn't call me to write this girl's got some energy. Batteries. Anyway. I do know that they're everybody's got some version of something OCD, a DD ADHD, you know. And I proved it by going through the tollbooth last week. And because I didn't have had she didn't have the right change out of weight and I loved this one guy and I go, why are you OCD add because all of them, is it okay, it's good to know I'm refreshed. And every time I would drive by I go What did you guys all love them? So I am what people who really suffer like this girl obviously does not. I'm not making the joke laughing because you didn't see that coming. But people who really struggle with OCD, that's a serious infraction. Because they can't handle it. They can't they really can't. They their brains don't allow them to loose for everything. Yeah. And you know what, it's too hard. It's hard to be that way. Because it's exhausting. Oh, my God. And I do think that as time goes on, and I said to you earlier, and you're still searching or searching again, our back on the back in the market, or somebody maybe has passed away or a widow or widower and you were looking for love again, you do need to understand, the only way it's going to work is if you are able to deal with the other person's quirks or their challenges or what's off about them. Most people are good people, but everybody's got their roster of, you know, nuts. It's just Can your nuts match their nuts, you know, how nuts are you and your nuts, versions match. And they should have like, I should start a dating site called nuts calm. Or, you know, work cork, cork, cork match or match work? Because that's really what it's about. And those are the deal breakers. You know, if somebody can't take someone's a slob, or talks too much, or doesn't talk enough, or is cheap, oh my god, the cheaper is fleece. Or you know, has or the car is a mess or you know, right has to call their mother every 26 seconds. And these are these are issues that may not play out in somebody's life. Okay, right. I dated a guy who called his mother every hour. Why? Like I said, I mean, she wasn't a well, woman. All right, and he was checking on it. But it was excessive checking, right? I mean, I'm all for checking, right? I'm a checker, you could be a checker, I am a checker. I watch another division of mental illness. I have the checker where you have to check make sure everything's off in the plugs before you leave. Don't clap twice. I checked my stove twice before I leave the house. And the plugs. I got the coffee plug. I hope I'll sometimes be in the car. Yeah, started. Yeah, shut the car off. Go back in the house. Did I pull out the plug? Check the whole thing again. And I talk out loud. I go seriously, Debbie? I do too. Are you doing this again? You got to get checked for this.

Charlie Ponger:

I do too. I don't go out all the time. All the time.

Debbie Charlie:

You talk out loud to yourself. Yo, man. Oh, this is fine. Can I have a tissue from laughing so hard? What do you say to yourself? What do you what's your self talk out loud?

Charlie Ponger:

I always say to myself self? What? I think I'm gonna have a peanut butter and jelly right now.

Debbie Charlie:

You don't say that?

Charlie Ponger:

I do. And then one time I was doing I forgot. You know, when the kids were little. I did that. My kids. All of a sudden I hear him start laughing. Dad, who are you talking?

Debbie Charlie:

But you just you don't say self. You just start talking out loud. You don't? Sometimes I say so. It's really crazy. Yeah, but what do you say?

Bob Small:

It's that angry remark that I didn't say to somebody. You say that you previously your bladder. I'm still working on it. You know? So I'm pretty soon I'm working on what I should have said kind of backed up. flirter Oh, yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

That's because you're such a nice guy. Bob.

Debbie Charlie:

You don't have I suppose? Yeah. Yeah. But he snapped once in a while. Yeah, not very often. But like, he's so pleasant every day and a pleasure to work with this guy. But some days I'll walk in and I'll say something. He just goes right off the deep end at me. I go.

Bob Small:

Oh, obviously I was working on that before

Debbie Charlie:

the Baptist blurt he just blurted at me. Okay, my thing I say. I do a lot of seriously, Debbie. Yeah, you must be kidding. Like, I can't believe that that other part of me had the nerve or the ridiculousness to be or do that sort of thing anyway, and

Charlie Ponger:

the memory is a little different now like sometimes you get into the bathroom, but why am I in here? Oh, yeah.

Debbie Charlie:

Yeah, well, actually, I had something really weird are happening. It was actually last night, I'm looking for something I'm, it was a piece of clothing than I wasn't wearing where I thought I'd put it. And also I get the flash boom, there's a picture in my head and I walk into my room and I reach into a thing behind the drawer behind the thing behind the thing and pull it out. Like I have a photographic memory. Oh, you do? Yeah, it's weird for things and objects. Really weird and but numbers no good.

Charlie Ponger:

No good was No, no, no,

Debbie Charlie:

I can't remember numbers. Like I have to look up the same phone number 12 times before I dial it? Well, like if I if I wrote a number down and I'm in the middle of dialing. Yeah, I gotta go back like 10 times to get the next numbers so you

Charlie Ponger:

must be the hack. You must be great with passwords.

Debbie Charlie:

I have not been able to access anything I have set up. Okay, nothing because it requires at least one number right there sit

Charlie Ponger:

and assemble and have some of these people trick people.

Debbie Charlie:

They stole my whole life because they knew I go to her she's done a number

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