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Oct. 21, 2022

Sunflowers in Diapers!


Sunflowers in Diapers

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New Yorkers Debbie and Luz are talking about their accents. Charlie doesn't believe he has an accent because he is from Connecticut! Luz straightens him out, and all three co-hosts' share their parents' mispronunciations of words.

The episode then springboards to Charlie's Sunflowers in Diapers. Charlie has a hair-brain idea on how to help raise money for the show by selling his Sunflower seeds. And it goes from there.

Listen and enjoy.

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Transcript

Sunflowers In Diapers

Charlie Ponger, Debbie Nigro and Luz Michelle

charlie luz:

I can't believe they say we have accents.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Are you talking about the accent? Yeah. Well,

charlie luz:

people are saying that you two have accents, but you want.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

You also have an accent. I do this one over here,

charlie luz:

luz say Roar, raw

Debbie Charlie Luz:

And so it goes, All right. We're in New Yorkers.

Luz, Charlie:

We like, I don't. I'm not at all.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Like I said, we're New Yorkers and you're from Connecticut. But why don't you have an accent, too?

Luz, Charlie:

Yes. Yeah, I have

charlie luz:

like a New York accent. Like I like a Connecticut. Alright, there you go. People

Debbie Charlie Luz:

don't hear themselves. For the most part. I don't think I have an accent. Do you think you have an accent?

Luz, Charlie:

I do. And I don't. And you sometimes I hear I don't have but if

Debbie Charlie Luz:

we ever got out of the neighborhood deal with all these frickin people from new york, right? Yeah. For me, you are coming to you. Now. You're from Staten Island. So that's not really New York. That's Staten Island. And that's its own world and our own little island Do you think it's in the water there that makes people talk like they're from Staten Island?

Luz Michelle:

I think it was the dump that was there. And all the fumes are in the air that there's no th is no t is a da da da she said it fall like mother father. I love

Debbie Charlie Luz:

those people. Did you see who did it those people

charlie luz:

my father had a sort of a new he's good can be tree of doez

Debbie Charlie:

tree to tree you know my father did get to get to me sangwich

charlie ponger:

a sangwich. What do you got?

Luz Michelle:

My mother used to always say Suppa Sappa.

charlie ponger:

My father used to say Nora's ark. Oh, no

Debbie Charlie:

nora's ark. But this one my mother says. And this is because she just didn't know any better. And I feel bad. I'm not making fun of my mother. Yes, I am. God rest your soul. She'd say, I need that outfit is so check.

charlie ponger:

My father used to say instead of saying, instead of saying both your father would say we added an L to the ball. That was good. I think I use that until as like an eighth grade. Or give me bolth of those.

Debbie Charlie:

And you know, we say we say later, lader, lader. Lader, I've been doing talk radio. I've done it nationally. And it was it was always a shock to me. Yeah, that in every state where I would show up and like hey, rah, rah, sis, boom, bah. They'd be like, Oh, you're such a New York accent. I'm like, What are you talking about? Talking about? I sound like I'm from nowhere. And I noticed and you probably do too. When you speak slow. Or when intention on your pathetic. You You act like you're from Nome. Hi, can I speak to Mr. So and so this is Debbie from nowhere? 100% I'd like to inquire about the display chamber.

charlie luz:

You discuss it? You give good good, good phone when you talk. Oh,

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I know. But then I get loose. Right? Hi. It's a little loose and I'm having a good time and I sound like I'm from right outside of Staten Island. Hey.

charlie ponger:

Hey, girlfriend. Can you hear Hey, girlfriend Luz?

Luz Michelle:

Hey, uh, no, I'm not.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I wouldn't never say that. I could do the nanny real good. Oh, yes.

Luz Michelle:

I'll miss the Shafia.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

rusher Grant was discovered on an airplane by a guy named Jeff Sanski, who I've had the great pleasure of meeting who was the head of CBS and other networks, right? And he was sitting next to her in an airplane and she opened her mouth and started talking and he was just a riot. And he he created the nanny right there and then in there with her airplane.

charlie luz:

Right here. Right? We're gonna get you discovered. Yeah. What would your husband say? What's his name again? Harrison.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Do other people from other states have their own state sound? I think Yes.

04:09

For sure. Definitely. Texas, Florida, Florida. I was gonna say yeah, Florida

Debbie Charlie Luz:

and do people from other states looked down on the accents of other people from other states.

charlie luz:

I think this cross section they can really understand each other sometimes.

Luz, Charlie:

I think some places I've been I sound like trash. Really? Yeah. I think the cursing you know, just the whole show at Tampa in New York. Vocabulary. Yeah.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I love we had our California look

charlie luz:

party boy can't say condominium. You can't say what you say. You guys coming in.

Luz, Charlie:

Oh my god. No, I have that. I pronounce words the way they look. Oh, yeah, they do. And my husband, a plus student. He's a wordsmith. It's horrendous for them. Like I'm trying to think of a word like, for instance, there used to be this club in Brooklyn, called a Enigma Yeah, Enigma I used to call it a nigga ma because I pronounce it the way it looks

charlie luz:

how about when you sit when you're singing a song and you don't get the right lyrics like you make them up like my cousin's

Debbie Charlie Luz:

name Zippy well he passed away but yeah, I can't make fun of him. No you can make fun of

charlie luz:

sing this song you know I'm not talking about moving in there or want to change your life nice

Debbie Charlie Luz:

voice Charlie.

charlie luz:

He used to go I'm not talking about malaria. What are you talking about?

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Reminds me of my friend who worked on Wall Street just got out of college right and he's Italian and he went down there and he goes first day on the job he tells me because I don't know what they're doing the yelling out of the speakers every second column odd Gollum. I don't know. Because I don't know. Meanwhile, they were yelling dollar mark dollar. Sometimes you can't hear what you hear.

05:54

On your visit.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

One of the things I want to make very clear about this show is that we are allowed to make fun of ourselves but not make fun of other people because we're not rude. We were making fun of ourselves. system we harass and make fun of other people. slapping him.

charlie luz:

Son today was hysterical. And she Oh God. She was making fun of herself. But we got to get her here to make fun. Yes, people can make. Sell my friend Tracy's Vietnamese. Yes. And you should hear her talk. Yes, Erica.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

How does she call you go ahead. You can see she calls me Chachi. Okay, so she can't say Charlie

06:36

Chachi

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Yeah, and their accents that I just love that. I wish I know what I want to I want to rent a British accent.

charlie luz:

Aren't they the best? Do you know from what is what have you had Hugh Grant in here given? You know, just talking to you?

Debbie Charlie Luz:

What would you know what I don't think I liked the guy version as much as I liked the girl version. Like I'd like to rent a girl's British accent for like a weekend.

charlie luz:

That's what I have on my Cyrodiil for a weekend this.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

There was a very big absolute intention, intent. Intention back in the day to hire as many women who sounded like that on voice answering services like for companies. Yes, it is unusual. You've reached a son toilets as opposed to you know, like, whatever you mean, like a Mary Poppins kind of thing. No, I had the wrong accent a British accent selling toilets. Like you could be like, Okay, I'm interested. So tell me more toilet

charlie luz:

line. This is literally a line in Mary Poppins from like a nun. And she said to Mary Poppins, what is it that you can't face? You believe love that? Yeah. But you know what it

Debbie Charlie Luz:

really sounds like you've kept catching on now. Now that you can't

charlie luz:

fake. My friend Kate Evans. She's British. She's lives down the street. She's hysterical, by the way. And she every time she sees me. That's

Debbie Charlie Luz:

funny. All right. So accents. Yeah. New York. Yeah. Do we do does this show yeah. Play outside of New York. And of course it does help me where we're where they're getting us get a meeting getting us not just receiving us. But where they get us? Well, California

charlie luz:

and I suppose maybe there's a lot of transplants there from New York. Okay. Do you have a map of where I do I have a map in California. Yeah.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

When I asked I call him and he's like, he's got his underwear made. Around the country. I'm like, Oh, wow. We have a lot of

Luz, Charlie:

if you look at the darker right. So we

charlie luz:

have listeners in Maine a lot of listeners in Maine. Wow. State of Washington. Very good. Oregon. Yes. I mean, the the fact is, is that they're almost everywhere. They're even in Louisiana right

Debbie Charlie Luz:

now. They're teenagers everywhere, which they're catching. fun and funny and

charlie luz:

yeah. TAGO all of a sudden we have listeners in Chicago, but up there. Yeah, weird spots in Texas. There are some weird names to like names I've never heard of. We're not mentioning other people's names on this. You don't know the names of towns? Cities. Yeah. Yeah, I'm waiting for tick bite North Carolina to show

Debbie Charlie Luz:

up. tick bite North Carolina. Yeah, it's intercourse Pennsylvania. Absolutely. Is it in Pennsylvania? I know

charlie luz:

that now you gotta go to your phone and Miss research. Here she goes.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Did you talk Google

charlie luz:

web series? It was gonna be loose words of most of the fun you've ever had, like doing a Stand Up Show? In what state like outside of this area?

Luz Michelle:

outside of this area. New York's always my favorite was on the spot. Let me think.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

And of course Pennsylvania. You just concentrate. I'll just tell her. Yeah. Would you venture intercourse? shop, dine explore.

Luz, Charlie:

You know, it was a lot of fun. North Carolina was a lot of fun. Yeah, you Yeah,

charlie luz:

we have a lot of listeners in North.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Just today I connected with a guy on LinkedIn I haven't talked to in a while great guy. Yeah. Because I thought, you know, when someone's name comes up on LinkedIn, it's like, oh, they're having a work anniversary and they left the job six years ago, you know, you know, they left nobody else knows they laugh but just excuse to say hello, God LinkedIn guy, but anyway, he didn't. I didn't know about that. But he what I thought about him because they always had the tunnels to towers run this time of year and this is crazy athletic people go up these 1000 stairs and you know, you really gotta be in shape. And he used to do or she

charlie luz:

grabs her boobs. It's my credit card. My boobs. I love it. I

Debbie Charlie Luz:

got a wedge and the other one. I have cheese on it. Carolina good. Anyway, on this time in source, he moved to North Carolina as I was communicating he from Mount Vernon, New York, where I'm my hometown, and we kind of knew each other live from there. And I said, Really North Carolina, he and his wife moved. I said, Have you ever been to Topsail North Carolina he saw oh my god, we got a house on the beach. Have you ever been to Topsail North Carolina? We gotta get some listeners to hop into certain city. Oh, really? Yeah. You'd love traveling down there.

charlie luz:

Okay, you guys come on. Let's get you know, listen up.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I think we need to start. Honestly traveling. I do. I've been saying How long have I want to get an RV? You at the RV? You we just traveled without without an hour? We

charlie luz:

gotta get an RV rapid? Well, what guy was nice, you

Debbie Charlie Luz:

can't go on it. All right. Not this week. Yeah. All right. Let me start off where we individually travel and help and have little cards that say, you know, tune into the official teenagers or we'd love to you know, have you be a correspondent and different like, Start Here we go. Okay, go. And we each go to a different state. Yeah, come back with some new listeners.

charlie luz:

All right, I would prefer an RV with it wrapped saying the official teenagers are getting their camping world to sponsor it. And we do the whole thing once

Debbie Charlie Luz:

we sell your sunflower seeds.

charlie luz:

They're getting it in another week before they dry

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Charlie's big idea is I'm going to take all the sunflowers that are in my yard, I'm going to wrap them in little diapers. I'm going to wait to have a seat fall off. And then we're going to dry them and package them and name them sunflower seeds after my granddaughter sunflower. And then people are going to pay and that's how we're going to support the chef.

Luz, Charlie:

Alright, sorry. Very bad.

charlie luz:

I know slow by him because I'm so passionate about right and then they can plant them and then there'll be I never want to sunflowers

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I never want to discourage a creative idea.

charlie luz:

Look at the way you're scared. They're gonna buy in because now you think I'm whacked. We're gonna have a bet. And I bet you that they we get at least one pack case. We'll sell one at one at least one pack.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Do you think our listeners in Alaska are going to buy your sunflower seeds? And if they see your sunflower popping up in Alaska? Oh, my. You know what? crabcakes Yeah, whatever. I want to go to Alaska. Can we get there?

charlie luz:

Yeah, Billy has just said he just sent me a text from Alaska.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Fascinating. I want to go see the hell's he doing in Alaska,

Luz Michelle:

from what I seen from picture looks beautiful.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Breathtaking. Yeah. So when I was on the radio with my syndicated show, back in the day, I had a huge audience in Alaska. I'm like, What are these people thinking about? They must be really bored. And it's, you know, I even got so far as a connection of the North Pole. The North Pole where you know, yeah, well, I had people calling me had friends in the north pole, and Santa himself checked in. I know people

charlie luz:

and you know, people, you know, Santa selves. I know. Santa ZIL.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

You know, I got a Christmas song. Right? Wow. Oh, yeah. We get that out there this year. It's only 20 years of trying to make it famous. Maybe you'll deal with your voice and maybe it'll lead you to lose. It's awesome. We can sing it together. Oh, that's funny. That's sick. You should have yourself checked in because it was coming out of your face. No Mouth. Wow. Yeah, I'm joking. Mrs. Claus wife of St. Nick. She knew the deal when we were weird. But times have changed enough is enough. Just once she wants to drive that sled. Yes, me. It's dead. Gorgeous in your head. And who know besides, they're all being big. Oh, it gets good. All right.

charlie luz:

break. Break out the guitar and you and I'll do a recording.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

What about lose? Lose it's got to sing with

charlie luz:

I think lose should actually sing the whole thing. Now Now. Now. Look at that face.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I think we should write a song Alan. No, I think we should write a song together because I think that would be fun. That would be fun. We're writing

charlie luz:

a song about making fun of your own accents. Because we're not allowed to make fun of anyone else's accent. Oh, here we go. You know New York. I really want to do that you

Debbie Charlie Luz:

trust. Honestly, if you were to put two people together, yeah. And one had a New York accent and one did not. And both were trying to sell you real estate. Who would you buy it from New Yorker.

charlie luz:

The other person, I don't

Luz Michelle:

know what to say. So we don't have to go through the rigmarole. This is what's good. This is what bad All right, yeah.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Somebody died in the basement.

charlie luz:

That's what the owner Yeah. Especially in Williamsburg. Right.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Buy it now the price goes up. Don't worry about it. He meant to go. He was checking out anyway, sooner or later.

Luz, Charlie:

Probably be miserable here, but it'll go out.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

And the person who's not from New York, we go what? Dead body?

charlie luz:

Loose. You would prefer you trust New Yorkers more than anyone else?

Luz Michelle:

Well, I feel like New Yorkers keep it real. Yeah,

charlie luz:

they do keep it real, don't they? If they don't like you, they tell you. They don't like,

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Charlie. I know.

charlie luz:

That I went to a party and I discovered two people. I thought they liked me, but they really don't like

Debbie Charlie Luz:

that's become a pattern. Well, that's the problem.

charlie luz:

We find that's

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Charlie's. You know, he's the most lovable guy, right? Most Generous, beautiful guy. So I mean, that'd be to beat him up.

charlie luz:

Wait a minute. No, no, no, I think it's great. I you know, I don't have to ever talk to him again.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Here's the problem. When Charlie goes out, something goes wrong. Like he's perfect until he gets past the drawing. Always come back with a story like pitch. She was talking what happened? She asked the question that and then what happened? Oh, my God, what happened? And he tells me something crazy. What happened? So so

charlie luz:

my friends apparently had a side bet when I was dating this woman that they said, How long is it gonna take before he fucks us up? They had the they were doing an over under. And of course, when I introduced my cousin Peter to her, right. I said her name.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Now come on. You're not gonna say something stupid.

charlie luz:

I go pee. I'd like you to meet Annabelle. And he goes Annabelle Oh, no, I thought you said her name was Abigail. Standing there in the tribe, I go, wait, what I say it's over.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

It was over before it

charlie luz:

was over. I said, Oh my God, He laughs and he goes, you know, Charlie, you sure know how to pick. You really screwed.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

You know, it's okay. Now, if you forget a few things, something like nothing is completely funny. Who cares? Who cares? Right. But anyway, I wrote for you to go out and come back with a good story one of these days. Okay, so keep working on

Luz Michelle:

it. They're entertaining when he tells them.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

So I go to the doctor the other day. And this is a new thing. I have a physical right. And they must look at me like, Oh, she's transitioned. So there's a new, there's a new thing they do that I guess they don't do when you're a little bit younger, right. And there's a new nurse mine retired and this woman, you know, they gotta go to have an EKG, I knew she was my age, because she had everything twisted, like a bad blow dryer with the wires. And she can say I'm so sorry. I'm like, I just had that happen. Today. She couldn't get it. I'm like, man. So then we finally get everything on right? And you hope you're gonna live. And there's all these very beginning she's I'm going to tell you a couple of words. And you're going to remember them. And then we're going to talk about other things. We'll come back later. And you tell me the words I told you. I'm like, Oh, forget it. So here's what's going on. Forget it. Already. In my head. As I show up, I have things to tell the doctor that I wrote on a notepad that I got. In my head, I'm going alright, tell them about the allergies. It's a and don't forget to but the only thing you're going to have the tea. So I've had all these letters in my head about just remembering to memorize what I wanted to tell her boom, boom, boom. She comes in and gives me three two words like a apple orange and like some other thing and I'm like, Oh, wow, now alphabet soup. Then she's talking about other things. Your skirt back goes. So what were those two remember those two words? I go Yeah, I go. I give her the One Two when I go on the third one. I was like, Listen, lady, I was filing she's like, Yeah, it's okay, Annie. I'm thinking oh my god, they have me on the Alzheimer chart. That's what they were doing. They were checking for memory.

charlie luz:

Oh, yeah. I went today they are you know, I gotta have to couple questions about depression. I'm like what? Yeah, I don't know. glass is half full only so many weekends in your life. You better enjoy them while they're like, Oh, you're alright. Yeah, I go. Yeah. And then they did the EKG thing or the EKG thing. Yeah. And all the things were all screwed up and I go I have a friend that can make an invention for that. So none of those wires got criss crossed. And it was you thinking oh boy.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I gotta help these people

charlie luz:

Alright everyone, thank you so much for

Debbie Charlie Luz:

being here. Yeah, you're great, right? Yeah. She's a comedian who

charlie luz:

stand up comedian.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

I'm gonna sit down comedian.

charlie luz:

I'm just trying to tell you could tell by my album so full

Debbie Charlie Luz:

of crap with his mellow nonsense you're trying to sell anyway the official teenagers dialogue driveway. For now we gotta go to our website. They shall

charlie luz:

see.com Follow share and there's a little coffee mug for donate button.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Let's sell some coffee mugs.

Luz, Charlie:

Yeah, sunflower seeds. Yeah.

charlie luz:

Awesome coffee mugs. Alright, everyone. 123 See you later. Bye.