Listen: Mike, Google, Three Hundred Dollars discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"The dude has to sleep on the floor the floor. Fuck in sucks. Everybody knows that. So it just gets a little competitive with sleepover as an adult. There can also be a situation where maybe you're having a sleepover because your wife kicked you out because you're being a piece of shit or you're you're. So you're having to spend the night at a friend's house or vice versa. Maybe your buddies spending the night because he was being a piece of shit or he sometimes you have a friend in town for a funeral or a work conference that asks if they can crash at your head instead of getting a hotel, and I'll be real about something here. I don't like people spending the night at my house out of need like because they don't wanna pay for a hotel to me with thirty buck and years old, and I'm a weirdo about personal space. I don't like being. Put out. But I a dick in this regard, and I recognize that I know that obviously, I will still let you crash full. Just let me complain a little like hit me up. I'm gonna let you crash, but I'm just saying, I don't like it. I could say, I don't like it as long as I still do the right thing, right? That's how it works. I don't like the shit, but it happens. People need places to stay. They don't wanna pay three hundred dollars for a hotel. Maybe everything's booked up or some shit. I don't know. But I, those the sleepover goes from being when you're a little kid to like the greatest most exciting adventure of a lifetime to when you're at adult, it's like a minor inconvenience, even if it's you participating. Like if I need to stay mica south, I'm like a crash in your in your guestroom. Mike is like Cher. I'll make buckles or whatever. He says. I'm gonna be in that bedroom later that night. I don't know where shit is. I don't know how to use the fuck and TV. Maybe the bed isn't something I'm used to. It's more difficult to sleep. Maybe doesn't have curtains on the guest room window. This just happened to my mother-in-law. She came and stayed with me and we didn't have curtains on the guest room windows yet. The sunlight just fucking, you know, in the morning it's it's unpleasant. I don't know where I was going. I, I love this love the TV analogy to where it's like you're in the guest room and you're welcome the same. I guess, remain time rospa you. I appreciate that vice versa too. Yeah, thank you. You're in the guest room and they've got a TV and you're like, oh, I'd like to watch some TV and you turn the TV on like maybe wake up early 'cause you're not used to sleep in this bed, but you don't want to wake everybody else up and going into living room hazing stomping around, maybe I'll turn the TV on and then you realize there's like four remote controls. You can never figure out how someone else's TV works. No, it's impossible. I mean, my girlfriend and I lived together and she doesn't understand my TV set up with the sound barbers the TV cable God and versus the rookie like there are four remotes there and I have streamlined is much as I can't write this only God knows you when you go to someone else's house and like you just can't get the wifi to work. Or you. You can't figure out how the air conditioning works fan or whatever. There's always there's always never works great in that people's houses. I've stayed at multiple times. It's never perfect is cracks me up like I have Google fiber for instance, and I'm a guy that's good with technology like really good technology. I'm not like a coder or anything like that, but certainly I use more much more technology than the average human being. I've been into technology for, you know, since I since it began existing when I was little, I still can't figure motherfuckers TV's out. Like if you have direct TV I've never had direct TV's. I have no God damn clue how to find anything on your fucking cable menu.."