Sept. 12, 2022

Who Ya Gonna Call? Charlie Lost Hiking

Who Ya Gonna Call? Charlie Lost Hiking

The Official Seenagers, never too late

Join Luz Michelle, Charlie Ponger, and Debbie Nigro for this fun episode named 'Who Ya Gonna Call.'

The Stories! Charlie gets lost hiking, Luz goes on her stand-up comedy tour, and Debbie shares her experience on stage for Avon.

Luz will be performing Friday September 23, at Jazz on Main, in Mt Kisco, NY

smores, 45 years old, CBS Morning Show, Boomer Consumers Hiking, Ghost Busters, ADHD, Ward Pound Ridge, female cops, 1000 calories, toddlers funnies, Oregon, Portland Maine, Chicago,

Harley Davidson, L.A. Sense of Humor, Jazz on Main, Kendra Cunningham Comic

Season 1; Episode 1:  
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Transcript

Who Ya Gonna Call? Ghost Busters?

Fri, 9/9 9:11AM • 24:01

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

people, luz Michelle, lifehacks, Aunt Linda, walk, thought, throw, female comedians, comedians, talking, granddaughters, frying, comedy, poopy, hike, kids, mother, lost, felt, bag, Debbie Nigro, Charlie Ponger

SPEAKERS

Debbie Nigro, ,Charlie Ponger, Luz, Debbie

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Test test test. Yes. Am I loud? Hey, everybody, we're The Official Seenagers. I'm Debbie Nigro. This is Charlie Ponger

Luz Michelle:

and Luz Michelle,

Debbie Charlie:

we adopted Luz Michelle, because she's Gen X and we need some younger blood in here because we want to know how the other generations are thinking Luz it's so good to have you back again. It's

Luz, Charlie:

So good to be here. You guys for therapy. Yes.

Debbie Nigro:

You know why we got along so good accidentally the first time it felt like amazing karma didn't you know when you're feeling good about something and you just wanted to keep going? So you loved

Luz, Debbie, Charlie:

you? And you're like the smores what's a smores?. Granola

Debbie Charlie:

Oh that's a smores, I thought it was a Staten Island version of some more! Oh,

Charlie Ponger:

you know, I didn't know what a smores is. You said smores. I didn't no what a smore was 45 years old.

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

I almost bought smores today and then put them back because I thought I don't drive and eat s'mores. It's so wrong. So messy. And I want to go back to the opening of the show where we're testing our voices. Pretty damn funny. Nobody really likes how they list how they sound when they hear themselves back. Right. And I was watching I think it was CBS This Morning. Last week, we were talking about wearable technology. And this new thing is coming where they can tell by your voice. If you're going to drop dead how you're doing I don't want you. Yeah, that you

Charlie Ponger:

have what are you doing watching TV like this? Well,

Debbie Charlie:

CBS Sunday Morning is a great show and be part of that show.

Charlie Ponger:

I literally went to Gen X you like it? I

Debbie Charlie Luz:

love it. I want to be I want to be recorded for them. I really do. I would love it. Just because I want to get your ..It's a respectful morning show. Yeah, I don't want to get dressed. I'm laying in bed thinking I don't get dressed for these people. But Wearable technology is a very big thing for consumers. And I you know, especially for us Boomer consumers, you know, yeah, you got something on it tells you what how your heart rate when he

Charlie Ponger:

was hiking. Oh, we'll

Debbie Charlie Luz:

get to that story in a second. You stupid idiot. Typical guy, typical guy. But they have you know, your eyeballs can tell people what's going on inside. But now your voice by the nature of your voice. They can tell if you have any diseases. I'm scared to talk. Oh my god. I don't want to ask them to say

Debbie Nigro:

thank you. Imagine if you say "hey, what's up" and they go "ahhhh for you." Could you come in the other room? I say hello. Anyway, so So yes, you got lost into what you idiot. Yeah, and this all leads into one of the topics Luz and I were talking about before which is Who You Gonna like Ghosts Busters, but she's over there on a comedy tour like by yourself. Like I'm over here this week with my eyeball blown out of my head. I show my eyeball you Yeah. Lost in the woods. Because what you didn't listen to the people who said, Sir,

Debbie Charlie:

imagin. They're gonna tell you, ADHD. Oh,

Charlie Ponger:

well, I went hiking at Pound Ridge Reservation. And after you know, I've been going there and the woman at the gate finally said to me, um, what? What trail you going on today? I'm like, why excuse Hey, I just need to know where you're going. Because you're by yourself

Debbie Charlie:

now because you're old and old people get lost.

Charlie Ponger:

I figured she was being nice. Right?

Luz, Charlie:

That's nice that you do that though? Well,

Charlie Ponger:

she said she didn't do it. Anybody else? And then the cop was there the female cop and she was like, Do you do you bring your phone with ya? Like no, why would I bring my phone?

Debbie Charlie:

What did you have a cane when you walk in.

Charlie Ponger:

So now so now I go for this hike. And it's it says it's a map but it's really a guide and it's really not very specific.

Debbie Charlie:

So they tell you an aerial view of 7000 trees

Debbie Nigro, Charlie Ponger, Luz Michelle 03:36

or so so I said I'm going on to the stone lookout right? I got lost. Come on Charlie and it is so hot out it's unbelievable. And then I ran out of water come on. Over five and a half hours.

Debbie Nigro:

What time is your start?

Charlie Ponger:

I don't know. I mean, I think I think about that was my watch it said that I had gone for a hike for five and a half hours it burned over 1000 calories. I was drenched by the

Debbie Charlie:

how many steps is that when you're lost for five and a half hours because the average is you're trying to hit 10,000 steps would you have honored that 100,000 That's when you know you're off track 100,000 status and violent

Charlie, Luz:

and I was drenched and now I'm getting a little lightheaded right because I'm like so thirsty and then I'm going down the hills my head spinning a little

Debbie Charlie:

really good. So I came back

Charlie, Luz:

and and and I checked in with the woman she because we're where are you? It's not supposed to take that long. It's only supposed to take like two hours.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

This is my worst fear for anybody like you. Who doesn't carry a phone in the woods you did. Mostly there's no service in any way. Right? And you know, they're not gonna find you anyway. 100 percent... There's no ring ding ding

Charlie Ponger:

thing. So if you call him and then you did have service you got to remember Oh, I was at marker number 36 I'm not remembering that

Debbie Charlie:

because you're old... hahaahaha you know what, then you have to do with you next time and I'm so sorry to suggest this, you know if you have a little toddler. I'm one of those little leash like a leash that unwinds as you go and pull you back when they have to.

Luz, Charlie:

you watched it and alert you? about what? I don't know. Like, I don't know what they watch like your blood pressure or your heartbeat.

Charlie Ponger:

My heart rate was up to one point I got it up to 155 but that's probably not good for someone

Debbie Charlie:

wearable technology should say something like alright, asshole. Alert, alert, Yeah. Really? Now

Debbie Charlie Luz:

turned around. There was no panic or anything. It was just like fuck him out of water. Jesus Christ on a Mountain. Out would have been panicking my ass off.

Debbie Charlie:

Yeah, that's a problem with a guy like him the no panic. Is it something wrong to begin with?

Luz, Charlie:

We know you didn't bring your phone?

Debbie Charlie:

There is the Sun to follow, foreign places. Always. Always be careful when you're in a foreign place that you don't know where you are. Look poor Luz. She went on a comedy tour. Yeah. She had a situation in Maine did. No,

Luz, Charlie:

Oregon?, L.A?. Which one are we talking about?

Debbie Charlie:

I thought she went to Oregon.

Charlie Ponger:

Who's going to Oregon?

Charlie, Luz:

I never heard her say Oregon, Portland,

Luz, Charlie:

Maine. Oh,

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Portland, Maine. Portland,

Charlie Ponger:

Oregon. your listening skills.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

There's also Rome, New York. So he's, there's a lot. Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

And there's Paris, Pennsylvania. I think, See?. Yeah. go ahead, So what happened?

Luz, Charlie:

So what happened? So I yeah, I went out to Portland, Maine. I did the Portland Maine Comedy Festival. You know, I met a lot of awesome comedians. We had a great time. You know, the audiences, you know, the venues, there wasn't a lot of teeth out there.

Charlie, Luz, Debbie:

were just set a teeth in the entire crowd?

Debbie,Charlie,Luz:

people's ability to appreciate different kinds of humor ranges geographically. So they don't have the same sense of humor. You caught that completely different. So you walk in because everybody thinks you're a riot over here. I mean, we think you were incredible, riot. Yeah, you are riot. My shaved

Luz, Charlie:

head really helped. I found Yeah, like it was like damn tough too Yeah, but it's a quarter shaved tomorrow. Harley

Luz Michelle:

Harley Davidson. Like, Men, Women, when I'm because it was such like, for me, it's a bit of a conference on because I picked up like aggression, right? And I'm saying that, Staten Island, and I love being around aggressive people. And they're drinking and it's just like, Yeah, Yeah, I was like, I couldn't wait to get on the stage.

Debbie Charlie:

And then what happened?

Luz, Charlie:

They brought out the absolute freakin best to me. Really? They did? that's great!

Debbie Charlie:

Because sometimes you don't know the crowd you're playing? You don't know.

Luz Michelle:

And it is it's, you know, it's like it's practically terrifying, right? You're like, oh, man, they gotta throw bottles at me? like, oh, no, like, what if the fuckin stage breaks? Like? all this shit is running through your head

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Oh my god, you know, I went around the country. This is a funny experience. I was Avon's keynote speaker back in the day, they I'll never forget. I've told this quickly. I went to the big corporate meeting. They said so Miss Nigro, what is it you're going to do at this convention? I thought, Oh, I looked at this at this eigh- five people. I'm like, I'm gonna do white girls rap. They're like,okay? really? Really, really? I don't know, women don't do rap they yap. And then like, so I ended up creating a song with 80,000 verses a month before of which I had absolutely no memory of basically until I got on stage. But I was in L.A., San Diego. I opened up to 2000 people that were roaring with laughter that I went to, I think it was a Washington by Chicago? or Washington?. One of them. They didn't get me or they didn't I think it was, say, Chicago, Chicago. And I was doing a rap gap song. So you get nervous, right? I don't know how to pivot when I'm in the middle of trying to be funny. And I was like talking faster and faster.Dancin faster, I felt I felt it. What a surprise, I felt the difference, you know? Yeah. So you, you flew out to a comedy festival? More than one. You've done this more than one time. Right. And you liked doing that and going to other cities and doing it? I do I do. I look ahead and research the people there. And they're cuckoo. Person. Yeah, the cuckooiness is right, like the innuendos of the area.

Luz, Charlie:

I look up the area. But I also I look up on the comedians or on the flyers, like just to get to know them a little bit more when I meet them. Right. So it's not just like, Oh, hi, I'm so and so. Oh, nice to meet you. I'm so and so it's more like can talk about oh, and you know, I saw on your Instagram you did this festival or you got into this show or just you know, yeah. And it's I met a lot of people virtually also so to meet them in person was just like, wow,

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

you know, I'm noticing a trend of more female comedians, and I'm getting excited about a lot and female comedian female

Charlie Ponger:

comedians are the best, I think... but for a long

Debbie Charlie:

time you look at the Ivy League, you'd look at the roster of people coming right and you'd see guy guy, guy, guy, guy, guy, maybe a girl or maybe just an elbow of a girl. They never showed a whole face.

Charlie Ponger:

The ankles of a girl

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

Did you see my knees, that was me...and yeah, so you can't try and like blend in or at least have the humor from the area. Have you ever gone out of the country to do comedy?

Luz, Charlie:

I did. I did comedy in Israel. Shut up again. Oh, no kids. How's

Debbie Charlie:

that? How's their sense of humor?

Luz, Charlie:

You know, it's there. The problem I had with the show I did was there was like 25 people on the lineup. And the host did seven minutes in between each comedian. So we went from like, people have like, I don't know, 200 jammed in a club down to like 10. And it was like, hey,

Debbie Charlie:

a little too much right? dragged it out.

Luz, Charlie:

But I also enjoyed it because it was an entertaining. I'm like, I've never seen a host with such a long lineup to do seven minutes.

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

That was a woman who was or man man or woman?, man or man... backed up. He was backed up. He was never getting another gig. He was just letting roll. you know, we were just saying who you're going to call that was one of the themes, we open the show. And you revealed and I liked that about you. You're honest that when you were traveling at one moment, you're alone after your kids are all settled. And now you have this mother on the way and on trip and like what am I gonna do everything I used to do? I don't know what that was, and I know who I am. And then you want to call somebody to like help you regroup. So who does the Gen X person call? Who are you going to call? Who do you call I called

Luz, Charlie:

my most mature friend.

Debbie Charlie:

Ah, something to do to maturity and wisdom.

Luz, Charlie:

You know, like I just I needed that, like calm me down. Don't tell me what I want to hear. I just need to be calm down and hear something that I'm not thinking well, were you freaking out about? I think it was more just being on my own and not having that at 20 and 20 years and I travel by myself. Yeah. And I'm in a room by myself and I'm like nobody needs anything???

Debbie Charlie:

Let me clarify you hadn't traveled alone and 20 years it used to be on the run all the time right but I always had a partner in crime right now you're a mother you packed bag with zip blocks and you labeled them yet oh warm on them with the kids.

Charlie Ponger:

So you can take care of everybody else but yourself is that

Luz, Charlie:

that that was the wake up call in LA Yeah, so it was like 24 hours of just crying anxiety all that was really what am I getting the wrong Uber? What if I have my ID like I'd be out and like let me check my bag is my wallet down at my lip gloss my room key go anybody see your room key? They're gonna follow you like... ALL THIS!

Charlie Ponger:

Holy Christ

Luz Michelle:

Like my girlfriend on the phone me for 30 Like she wouldn't hang up till she knew I was good.

Debbie,Charlie,Luz:

You must have heard Aunt Linda story. Wait, who's Aunt Linda?my Aunt Linda. went to Puerto Rico got mugged. Oh my god. 78. You had to bring that up to her?

Charlie Ponger:

got to go again. Traveling by herself. She’s gonna freak out.

Debbie Charlie:

A little warning. You know, the world is not the way it used to. It's not that it ever was anything so much spectacular back then. Because Whoa,

Charlie Ponger:

I used to hitchhike everywhere. But

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

right now, no, right. So Aunt Linda,

Charlie Ponger:

can I mean but you're picking why? Let me ask you this question. You mentioned before you gotta get home to your driveway. To walk your kids from the bus stop to your to the house. Why? I don't get it.

Debbie Charlie:

Because what are you talking about? Okay, I missed some kids can't walk alone anywhere. Anywhere. Why? No, we just no way. We just had this conversation yesterday Dave and I but how in grammar school we used to walk home from school by ourselves when my little brother I'd walk Phil's wrong years old six years old. Seven years old. Never again right now sometimes even

Luz Michelle:

walking alone after after school. Yeah, I mean, like now No, no can even walk to the mailbox. I feel me tick tok videos. I've seen that these ring cameras are capturing like a kid getting freakin caught in like five seconds. Like why

Debbie Charlie:

I walked my granddaughter to the bathroom in her own house.

Luz, Charlie:

Again with me.

Debbie Charlie:

I mean, I got my head in the door. I'm like, Oh, can you hurry up and shoot? Speaking of which, you're a mother. What's what's what's, how long do you have to take children to the bathroom and be in there with him? I forget. It's just been like a really painful sport.

Luz, Charlie:

Oh, god. No, you got to sit outside the door.

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

Well, they keep saying I want you in here. Come in here. Come in here. I walked in. I was shopping the other day in a store. Yeah, when to use the ladies room and a mother was in there with her kid. She stood outside because I wanted to not even be in that room. And you can see her face. I thought she was gonna faint actually. It was just horrible. I was trying to be nice. Like, I know. We all have children. I'm like, gross.

Charlie, Luz, Debbie:

I did that with my granddaughters. How do you

Debbie Charlie:

go into the ladies room with them? What do you do with the granddaughters? I go when you go in? Yeah, which one men and women go the men. Okay. Yeah, you take the little girls in the men's room. Yeah,

Charlie Ponger:

but I did it. You know here to you know, Poppy. I have to go to the bathroom. Right? So they get they're all proud that they're going in there. Right? That I gotta help them wipe and the whole thing. Yeah, you

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

gotta do that, It's hysterical . I know. It's like everything's like wow. I mean, one of what is this gonna be over and over when

Charlie Ponger:

poopy. Poopy. Like, just I guess your parents have this thing where she bends over and they wipe her butt.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Oh my god. and I had to do that! And of course

Charlie Ponger:

you did. You gotta be shitting me?

Luz, Charlie:

me. I think it's the best thing in the world. My kids brought that home. Yeah, because at first when it was happening was a crime. gotta wipe you. And then my kid just turned around. And yeah, it was on all fours and pick their butt up. And I was like, This is great.

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

You know, it's such big news. I'm surprised that poopy information is not on billboards on 95. That's how much action it gets in an internal family conversation. Right. It's like, you know, some, I had a show I was able to show earlier today on my radio show, and I was talking about life hacks, and had this great gal pal. She's a book coach out in San Diego, actually, Donna Kozik she was on today and one of the life hacks that was you know, talking about to history the celebrities and, and famous people who've created like, life hacks just to help get through and a life hack is something that makes your life easier. Yeah. So, like, Ben, who was I wouldn't

Charlie Ponger:

fall off the turnip truck over here. We know how to lifehacks are. Well, I

Debbie Charlie:

know for a long time, I didn't know what it was. Like, I didn't know you could put these things inside on the tinfoil on either side and keep the roller from going haywire. I

Charlie Ponger:

didn't know that? That was a good life hack.

Luz, Charlie:

I love life. Listen,

Debbie Charlie:

how about 30 years?

Charlie Ponger:

I have been talking about life hacks forever with you. Right?

Debbie Nigro, Charlie Ponger, Luz Michelle 16:00

Right. You have so but wait, I want to stay on track of the poopy. Oh, poopy life hack? Yes. It was about a pregnant mother. Yeah. Who gave birth and she was seven seven times pregnant. And she was having some issues personal issues about the whole experience. And she she went invented this like something Squatty Potty because she made $150 million. Well, how that a lifehack? Well, when you're pregnant, it's a little challenging to get in the typical position that you would need I imagined to continue the process.

Luz, Charlie:

Did you have to do color work to call colonics?

Charlie, Luz, Debbie:

Here we are. We're not allowed to talk about me being nude on my porch. No, we're not going you guys you're talking about shit and now colonics and everything else

Debbie Charlie:

Alright, we'll move on from this shit. Okay. The

Charlie Ponger & Debbie Nigro 16:42

lifehacks. Here's here's here's a good lifehack for breaking eggs. You put the frying pan on you put a little thing in there. And you go four to six inches and just drop it. Just drop the egg in it cracks perfectly every single time when you give it the shell. Yeah, you just take the shell and throw it away. What do you mean?

Luz, Charlie:

What do you have in the pan? Yeah, you

Charlie Ponger:

just dropped the whole thing. It cracks perfectly. Cracks will perfectly open. You take both sides. I do it every time. Don't look at me in that tone of voice

Debbie Charlie:

seems to me seems to nervous. I'm nervous as

Charlie Ponger:

well. And you know, shells? No, no little shells or anything.

Debbie,Charlie,Luz:

So here's a life hack frying pan right? I do a lot of frying because why I don't want to be thin. So I, Italion, oil is always olive, oil. Any kind of well, frying my mother growing up said oh use it. You know you use a coffee can, you just pour the oil in the can you put a top on put... no that's not how you do it, wait a minute. And for years I had oily cans like let me do and then I wouldn't throw the whole thing wasn't. So I'm with Dave the other day and he has a background in like foodservice and cheffing. And he said he showed me that when it's done, you throw paper towel underneath soaks up all the oil and then you just throw the paper towel back. Oh, then I said I got a better one. And I said you should invent something. So I'm like, okay, it was invented. So I wake up yesterday and look at the news. Somebody invented it. Fry Away. Some woman likes fried foods like me, you tell she was a little chubby. She found a chemical organic, something powder, you throw it in, and then just let it sit. And it becomes like a big bowl of beautiful gooey like pull up you just it just the whole thing comes right out cleans your pan and everything. How about.. Fryaway,

Charlie Ponger & Debbie Nigro 18:21

you take a piece of how about you take a piece of aluminum foil? Sure you take the catch thing out of the sink. You put the aluminum foil in there, and you pour the oil in that little opening. And it's all in there and then you wrap it up and throw it in the garbage.

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

What do you fry one meatball?

Charlie Ponger:

How much oil do you use?

Charlie, Luz, Debbie:

How little do you use? It all depends on the meal. All right, that's good to

Debbie Charlie:

know. One more, one more.

Charlie, Luz:

Did you know that the garbage can bags that you get are actually made intentionally inside and inside out? Did you know that? I know that but I still haven't done it. You haven't done it. You just take it slip it over the bag and push the thing in and you're done. Boom. Now it's right side up.

Debbie,Charlie,Luz:

Okay, that's it. That's all I got me overthinking it now I'm thinking about my bags. And I'm really thinking about them right now.

Charlie Ponger:

Yeah, that's it. That's how you do it. Well, yeah. 1000 life hacks.

Debbie Nigro, Charlie Ponger, Luz Michelle 19:13

This is good. We can continue. I wanted to go back Yeah. To what we're doing here. What are we doing?

Charlie Ponger:

While we're out we want to tell about we want to talk about Luz, her upcoming comedy show this is

Debbie Charlie:

good. And the reason why I want to really promote you a is one because we love you too funny as hell three because it's a lot of female comedians and four because you're packaging the deal together which is part of the business of the business right? You have a little challenge and this is only a mention it because it's a worldwide challenge of when you try and sell something online like a ticket to a show. And you can't get through the process because your brain dead. Before you check out where you give up and you say I hate these people. I don't care if I ever see them. I'm never doing this again. Right And you forget you even wanting to see the show. It hurts profits. It can. So you're having a little challenge.

Luz, Charlie:

There's a little challenge there is when so we have a show coming up hardheaded comedy my company where over a jazz on Main and Mount Kisco, New York when it's September,Thursday the 22nd What time at 8pm? Like a check.

Charlie Ponger:

Is there food involved?

Luz, Charlie:

There is food involved. Okay, you can get small plates you can get cocktails. Yeah, how many comedians, we have four comedians and three of us are Ladies Oh, I

Debbie Charlie:

love it. What's everybody wearing black?

Luz, Charlie:

God, I hope so now I hope everyone chooses what they wish but we have a solid lineup. I got Christy Miller coming up. I got Oussama Siddiqui coming up. And I got my girl Kendra Cunningham coming up in the coming up on the New York City.

Luz, Debbie, Charlie:

This is wonderful. Great Friday, New York. The New York City. New York City. Yeah, yeah. You know, these are at night, great. The comedy shows are at night. Yeah. And I can't see in drive at night late. So. So you have do you have rides for people?

Charlie Ponger:

Uber? So let's talk about how you sign up for this show.

Luz Michelle:

So you go to the website, jazz on main, you click on the hard headed comedy link. But I am going to communicate, there might be a couple of bumps in the road. So the owner of jazz on Main Shaw wanted me to communicate that if you have trouble, you can reach him at 914-730-2399. And if

Debbie Nigro, Luz Michelle:

his wife wife picks up, yes, you're calling about the show, Hard Headed Comedy, it's hard to understand why

Charlie Ponger:

they can't really get there until that phone number 914. I

Debbie Charlie:

was nice. Nobody remembers a phone.

Luz, Charlie:

I say it twice, three times.

Charlie Ponger:

914 730 -2399

Debbie Charlie:

year old radio guy we know that radio 2399 You never give all four digits. Do you know what has taken the place of phone numbers on the radio and on the air? Its web addresses that knocked him right out of the game because people will easily remember a web address or the name of a player. What's

Charlie Ponger:

the URL? What's the URL for the is it just www.jazzonmain.com

Debbie Charlie:

Charlie Charlie, Charlie, Charlie, Charlie, jazz on Main.

Debbie Charlie Luz:

Net the call my friend

Debbie Charlie:

telling beautiful, giving her that much time to share the event and we wish you really the best of luck. Yeah, and want you to be successful. We want you to be like really, really famous like around the world. Yeah. So we can travel with you. Yeah, and meet you and then Debbie will do your hair. Yeah, yeah, literally to shave the other side. We're good. We're good. Oh, I

Luz, Charlie:

love like a mohawk.

Debbie Charlie:

I wouldn't have the nerve to do that ever, but you're very beautiful. So anyway. The Official Seenagers

Charlie Ponger:

Yeah. Thank you so much for listening. We're on all the podcasts, platforms, you can come to our website, sign up for our newsletter and we'll give you notifications when the next show is your

Debbie Charlie:

phone number. It's 9141218 and he's available 24/7 my sunflower

Luz, Charlie:

and the seeds

Debbie Charlie:

to check in and see you later. Bye