Episode 14

The Official Seenagers Funnies Report

Published on: 7th December, 2021

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Transcript

What Happened to you?

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SUMMARY KEYWORDS

posture, wearing, heels, women, black turtleneck, walk, frumpy, talking, great, shoes, wrote, charlie, baggy clothes, carl, rocco, pandemic, car, ballerinas, co hosts, sneaker

SPEAKERS

Debbie Charlie, chris gentri, Charlie Ponger

chris gentri:

Okay, the official teenagers taping is Charlie ready? What? When you wake them up? Hey, we're going live in 10 seconds. Just wake him up. Cheese. I don't need this. Charlie, Charlie. Sure, Charlie 321.

Charlie Ponger:

Hey, everyone. Thank you. Thank you so much for listening to the official teenagers can make this up. I'm Charlie along with Debbie, we're your co hosts. And do I drive that guy crazy or what? In this episode is named, what the heck happened to you. And by the way, this is where you come in you've written to us or left us a voicemail on our website sharing your quick funny story. So if you want to do that our website is www dot the official teenagers.com And you can actually click on a button and leave us a voicemail or write to us, however you want to do it. So along in this episode, Debbie also tells us how to dress so we don't look so frumpy. I guess I don't know. So without further ado, here is what the heck happened to you. Play see. Hey, everyone, welcome to the teenager. I'm Charlie along with Debbie, we're your co hosts of the scene agers, Deb

Debbie Charlie:

delusionally young and outrageously fun as usual. Charlie, you look great, by the way. Okay, let's talk about looks for me as long as you lead me into it. Thank you. Why do I look so good? You're the Black looks great on you with your hair. And the black headset them the you look? You look great. Oh my gosh. Sometimes you don't know. Yeah, you do. Take a picture because you never get a good picture. We apologize for it. You know honest to God, you really look great. Thanks, buddy. Yeah, the black turtleneck is was that was something that's got a story all by itself about wearing a black turtleneck is people all through history have worn black turtleneck not to detract from what they were saying. Just a plain black turtleneck. Yeah, little Steve Jobs thing. Exactly. But you know, I want to talk about clothes because there are some things people wear that make them look older, which they just got way too. baggy clothes. Oh, baggy clothes. Sometimes making clothes are nice. Like when you're in your house lounging around, you know, you don't want to think like talking but walking out of the house with two baggy clothes. This is not cool for women or men or both. I think it's both No guys, I have a problem with jeans. Sometimes I'll keep the baggy jeans like forever and ever and ever. Because they always did. Yeah, can't do it. You gotta tighten them up. Oh, you gotta tighten up. Let's see the likes. Or the legs. You like the legs? Or do you have legs? Or yeah, no, I have good legs. Right? Most guys have nice legs and too baggy pants. It's a disaster to baggy clothes or disaster for everybody that makes you look old just for the young guys are all wearing baggy, baggies. But the young you can see that they're young. Above the pant line. You see there's a young person now if you're an older person, no one's paying attention because it wasn't your baggy clothes. They asked make sense, bad posture is horrible. I totally agree that posture makes you look horrifically old. I do all the stretches for the posture every day. Really? Yeah, I went to I'm going I actually tried Pilates. You know, they these machines. They like machines and the thing in the levers. Oh, is that? That was dangerous. Actually. I may not go back.

Charlie Ponger:

I can see how it would straighten you out. But yeah, you see somebody walking, they're hunched over you're like, Oh, that's so uncool. I love people. Let me just I love women our age that have great posture. That walk like ballerinas almost.

Debbie Charlie:

Oh, yeah. That's a nice little insight. Do they walk like ballerinas in New York town? You live in lala land I do live in LA. It's funny about women in general how they stand depending on what size heel they're wearing. You know, women who wear too chunky or flat heels all the time. I think they probably look. I don't know, frumpy. If you This is great insight. Well, we all stopped wearing any kind of fashionable shoes during the pandemic, right? Women just threw them like really could care less right? Oh kidding. Yeah. Because we are we going and we were we nobody went anywhere. Everybody's home. I mean, you didn't wear your pumps in the house. No. Where? In fact, I had a really weird experience this week because I actually wore heels for the first time. And Dave, who's that six one. Yeah. And I used to be terrible for that nurse in the doctor's office smashed my head and made me three inches shorter that but anyway, I brought my heels that now when we first met, I always wear heels. And I was almost II with him, which is the pandemic you shrunk. Oh my gosh. So I had these heels on I went right to his eyes and go Hello fella. He's like, scared like Amazon. But I noticed my posture was different. It I was standing up different because I had the heels on.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh does that make you stand have better posture?

Debbie Charlie:

I don't know. I just was feeling I was trying to not fall. Haha Did you walk around and practice I was coming down the stairs slow like I was entering a ballroom like just going to my car like slow

Charlie Ponger:

one step at a scene and you're trying to be as being a teenager back to a teenage actress

Debbie Charlie:

teenage. So being walking to flat foot is not good for you either. And what does that mean? You know, there's a lot of shoes out there that have no heel and it's not good for your posture. Oh, yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

Should I walk in heels? I

Debbie Charlie:

don't worry about this guys have like one level that's it the sneaker the shoe? Yeah, no like involvement with how what heel am I wearing? I said I want a woman travels. They the airlines put in that $50 extra baggage fee because of women's shoes. I'm telling you straight. That's how it happened. How your visa work. I'm telling you that's because they did it for guys. Like I like bringing three things my toothbrush, a parachute and a shirt and

Charlie Ponger:

I can go for a month to California with a backpack.

Debbie Charlie:

Right? Yeah. And women can't get can't get to you know, jersey from New York without six pairs of shoes.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh my gosh. Okay. Okay, so

Debbie Charlie:

things that make you look older. I was just doing a little you no doubt we'll call it dowdy footwear. You no doubt would study football. You know, if you're wearing sneakers with like,

Charlie Ponger:

Velcro. Oh, that is that

Debbie Charlie:

is that's dowdy even though some people have hand problems and they can't think you can do and I know those people. We feel bad. And we

Charlie Ponger:

really we do we do. We'll do we do our segment on that though. Right?

Debbie Charlie:

Where what is wrong with you? Now one minute, we can only complain.

Charlie Ponger:

It always ends up more than one minute. But we feel bad because

Debbie Charlie:

we can't listen to people before that a minute about what's wrong with them. I can't there's something wrong with everybody. I know, every day, every hour. everybody complains that everything we don't, but I'm sure we do. But we're not doing it now. Because no one at some point. Nobody wants to listen to right. We feel bad. Right that we give it a minute. And that's it. All right. We're already talking too much about it. All right.

Charlie Ponger:

So let's do it then. And now what the heck is bothering you now?

Debbie Charlie:

No, seriously, we don't mean to make fun of you know, at this life stage stuff happened like hourly. But we just can't tolerate listening to people from from where they like a minute or two but we're going to give the love for at least a minute or two to people who just hurt themselves and we and we we feel bad. Look at Carl from Lisle, Illinois, and we ask people to write in so that Yeah, we could give him some girl from Lyle. Yeah, we can give him some love and what happened to the Carl's taking a flight right. And he got up too fast. Yeah, he's tall and he himself head right on the overhead bin. You know when you have the the window we got right up. He forgot. Oh, my guy concussion? Oh, that's poor for car. Yeah. Carla, sorry about that. Sorry, Carl. Yeah, daddy, daughter, Keanu New Hampshire. She wrote in and boy she was she was bummed out that this is really stupid. She went to throw something out the window really fast. When it was closed. She broke her knuckle. so upset. She broke. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Denise. Wow. Denise. She wrote in from Rosalyn long. Okay. Yeah. So she just got a manicure. Yeah, gel. Wow. The gel manicure. Fancy. Okay. And she was quick getting in the car. Boom, crack thing but it broke her whole finger. She's all infected. Really? Rough. can't blow dry your hair. She's having to go anywhere. So I'm Rocco. Yeah. From from where? Oh my gosh, Fort Myers, Florida. Oh, Rocco. Yeah. He was out walking his dog. Yeah. And the dog took off man just took off and up slipped cuz he's wearing slippers. He's like, chipped his kneecap out. So that's our roundup today. Oh, it is. Yeah, we got no patience for any more problems. But those four wrote in and we're giving them some love this week. We're so sorry. We hope you feel better soon. Okay.

Charlie Ponger:

Okay. Deb. Thanks for the update.

Debbie Charlie:

Just never wanted to be those people that heard my mother talking about around the poker table oh, these poor but we do care. We care. We do feel bad. Yeah. We're sorry about that. Daddy

Charlie Ponger:

and that's a wrap. You're listening to the official teenagers. Thank you everyone for listening. Thank you for everyone in our make believe control room. Have a great day everyone. See you next time on the official teenagers

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