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Episode 23 · 2 years ago

Hamish MacCorquodale - Episode 22

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Hamish is joined by his parents, Nicole and Fraser, for an interview. However, this time the tables are turned as Hamish gets interrogated to help listeners get to know him a little bit better.

I'll change settle. Welcome back to the on the ball podcast. This is episode twenty two of the show. Today, you could probably say it's a bit self indulgent, but I'm joined here with my parents and today it's going to be a bit of a changer. They're going to be interviewing me. So I've done a weekly kind of series where I've interviewed each one of my family members over the last month and I thought it would be fitting. Well, not fitting, but I thought it would be kind of handy as a listener to get to know the host to be better, you know, and obviously I can't interview myself, so I thought I'd get the people who know me the best, big phrase and Nicole, back on to the podcast. Think I amish. Third appearance for both of you, I believe. So good food you from you guys. So yeah, I've got my regular questions of printed about for you, but feel free to just ask whatever you want. Go with the flow of the you know the episode. I have faith in you. Both smart people, so know how to hold a Combo. All right. Well, let's start with sport. What sport have you played? I should be more a question of what sports you haven't played. Yeah, I have played a lot, like all of us. Actually, I didn't realize you guys have played so much sport until your episodes, but mainly soccer and crickets. They have been the constant. I was actually just discussing with my mate early today. This is the first season I haven't played soccer of it. Normally the played school soccer or club soccer, sometimes both. This is the first time since I was five that I haven't done either, which is a bit weird, but I probably wouldn't have been playing anyway due to Covid so I've played soccer, cricket, played Australian Rules Football and you're twelve for school, the mighty thirds. Yeah, because the bloods played rugby league in a short little cameo in year seven. Somehow played a rap footy. Never played footy before, and then I played for my high school back in Brisbane in this like little carnival thing. Same as lock. We did little athletics when we were younger. We also ski of skied and snowboarded. skied a lot more than snowboarding. Yep, rep so I've played representative softball. There are back in primary school, if you are Sporty, you'd kind of just sign up for any representative tryout. So for you did a yeah, I played tough. I played representative touch, Rep Cross country, Rep softball, and it's fair to say they probably wasn't too much competition in all three of those. So only sports you and the boy, your brothers haven't done really is competitive swimming. Yeah, no, interesting that. I play basketball. I played one season. I didn't play much because, oh, it was Cuz it was on a Sunday and some time I played club soccer. So I couldn't play every match but I played four or five. Think I had a grand total of four points for the season. So, for those who have watched the last dance, maybe Scottie piff and tire, you know, just a second fiddle player. Yeah, definitely not bet to say. And you've done you've done foot sal you've done indoor Yep, footstool. You Indoor Cricket. I feeled in. I filled in for my mates in a look at yeah, that is foot, Simon fortell now at an indoor center as opposed to a haul. I was sort of thinking still foot. Yeah, that's about it really. I don't think there's anything else maybe it's...

...stuff that I've done for like about competitive doesn't exist me. skiing. Oh yeah, I said skiing. So woarning. Like you, I love to Skateboard as well. Don't surf like I would like to. I'd like to. My dream would be to be like a surfer, cool guy in a flannel. You know, that's my dream, listening to Jack ONS and on my road trips. But that's just not really who I am from modest. Yeah, so now I don't sir, non competitive swords with any others like I've run. I've been running lately as of like the last six weeks. So it can't really say that's too much. That's about it really. Yeah, so the main ones are soccer and cricket, if we're going to be serious. Okay, and what's your favorite to play? It's tough cricket. Everyone who's played cricket before, and even anyone who knows anyone who's played cricket, you know, it's like a on. It just depends what day you ask them. Really like, I think seventy percent of the time. Well, as Brad Hodge put once when he was speaking to us at school, Cricket you probably Spend Twenty Satur days or something playing cricket or summer and you only come away really happy maybe three or four times. Well, I was about some anyway. So it's a very hit or miss game. I'd have to say. Yes, I'd have to say soccer, though in terms of actually playing it, I'm more serious about playing cricket. But there's something you guys know me. I'm a big overthinker, big stress us. So almost the psychological side of soccer being my second sport. So what don't you makes me more than relaxed. I don't know. I just more like, for example, this winter, because I take cricket more seriously. I'd rather like do net sessions during the week, focus on uni, try and work and stuff like that. But I could have played it. But yeah, now. But in terms of the actual sport itself, I'd probably say soccer. But then again the socket doesn't have the stuff cricket has, like the Camaraderie with teammates and stuff like that. So it's a tough one. But yeah, I'd probably go soccer. And then I don't really think any other sports compare. Like, there's not really apart from those two, there's not really a sport that I've played enough to really rank it near those two. I'd have to say of it. I love skiing and snowboarding, but they're kind of hard to compare. And Yeah, as you said, cut hard a stud jobs after what sure? What's your favorite sport to watch? Probably Ruggar League. Why is that? I don't know. I think what we'll find out because I my long term plan is to live in Europe, specifically the United Kingdom, in the future, near future, so we'll find out. But I do think soccer could be my favorite. But as we discussed in your episode, Dad, it's kind of hard with the Australian time zone. Like to watch European soccer. You have to stay up to two o'clock and it's kind of different. And also I'm up, I'm usually tired, not really, it's hard to focus and I'm watching soccer to be quiet, where with you guys, I'm watching with the family. We're all up and about, rowdy, breaking footstools, bashing stuff. So definitely the family aspect of it as well. But test crickets also pretty close one, but that's a bit different, more background noise, and NFL is another one I love. But yet rugular league would have to take the cake. I'd say, okay, if you could play any sport professionally, what sport do you think you...

...choose? Is Money? For any reason? For any reason? Maybe, maybe, molls, no, but like is is money a factor? Because if one's a factor, I'm going soccer because I'm making that bank. Well, yeah, well, I suppose give me to like, I'm not going to pick rugy league or afould really good at a sport. You like all those sports. You just and you can make a living out of food. It doesn't matter if you'd make a living. Which one would you rather? Which one do you want to do? Like, would you have liked to have done tennis or surfing? Yeah, I love the tour aspect of tennis. You get to travel the world. Not necessarily see stuff if you're the best player, because you probably have to train a lot and each week you're like going to the end of the tournament. But yeah, just getting to play everywhere. We're like that's probably something that Rugby League, AFL, cricket is limited in. Like go to cricket. Yeah, cricket, only ten or so countries play it and half of them are in the same kind of portion of the world. And then Rugby League in Australia. I fell a pretty much only played here. So yeah, I'd have to. I'd probably go ten or surfing. Surfing. They just as we were talking about in your episode, Dad. They only surf and beautiful places really. There's not many bad places with surf, like coasts kind of. So if money is done, in a fact a definitely go surfing because I don't think they make the most of money out of all sport professions and also, as I was saying, like I want to be a surfer, a cool guy that that seems like the dream. I'd probably go soccer because, yeah, just all the other team sports well, like NFL, Rugby League, Rugby Union, just too hard, like don't want to get hurt. AFL doesn't really appeal to me too much. Basketball. I don't really enjoy basketball, playing it too much. The rules annoy me. So yeah, I'd probably have to go soccer. So what cricket? I didn't think about cricket, but now. No, I'd go soccer right. What's your favorite sporting moment? Well, with Don we don't a podcast on this. The first, very first episode. My favorite live sporting moment that I've seen was the prison raw central coast Marin has grand final. I'm trying to think of stuff that I didn't see live, but I have to say it's going to be hard to top that. That and then state of origin going through last year. Those two probably stick out more than anything. Both similar. Actually they acttion only started in the last twenty minutes of the game because both of them look like the other teams. We're going to win. Yeah, and then suddenly it all swung around really fast. Yeah, I can't say. There's maybe some other moments that actually aren't related to the sports. Like these are recency, these are recent events. So there's probably other things that I'm forgetting, but like stuff like running into Jonathan Thirst and the President's cup. That's not really related to the actual action, but that's pretty cool, like the presence coups a great event and then to see one of like my favorite and I real players of all time and fair to have like a bit of a dialog with him. That was pretty crazy. And even stuff like at the women's World Cup final earlier this year, age to look around seeing like nine, was it eightyzero out of women's cricket game. That was pretty special. And then like the Katy Perry concert after and the players got up on stage like that was...

...pretty amazing moment, but once again wasn't really related to the actual action. But yeah, all that's kind of stuff would be out there. Yeah, okay. What is your favorite sports? And this is so hard. So maybe what's your favorite sports man and watch your favorite sports woman and favorite sports person? I'll probably have to very good pros stuff. Well, rugby league, it's hard to go past. Benjie Marshall, a bit of a ledge. I'll go through my sports and I'll just name one. So Rugby League. I'll take Benjie Marshall, bagg him out every week. No, because I want them. I wanted to retire, basically. Well, no, actually, don't bag man. I actually just say it's a worry that this higher still rely on him as a thirty eight year old. Anyway. Yeah, Benjie Marshall, just because he's a sickiest. No, because it's very healthy for a team to rely on all pus. Where is you in Terry? The retirees? Shee. What happens next year? Yeah, you like it'd be like a company WHO's solely built on like a seven year old running old operations. Yeah, like the W E. SO, Benj you would be rugby league cricket. It's hard. It's very hard to say on the spot, but I'll chuck out Clarkey. Not much thought to it. Big Fan of Clarkey, which is weird because it's store Clark, because Michael Clark goes away, and Button Benjie as well. Normally I'm attracted to a gritty kind of player who's not pretty, like a Chris Rodgers, like I love Chris Rogers. I'm a right back in socker. I'm an opening batsman in cricket, like I'm not really a flashy kind of player, like I hate people like Dave Waren who score really fast and just make stuff look easy. But Benjie and Clark you do that and they play with a lot of finesse. I don't really know what it is about, but I just like both of those guys. There's definitely people I probably prefer, but they're not coming to mind at the moment. Poor any other sports, soccer or stuff. Have to be a Liverpool player. Probably at the moment would be satio Mane, I think. Here's the left winger from Livepool, we saw him play earlier this year. He actually scored the goal on that much. And then even though Daniel Storage and Rheim Sterling, even though one of them betrayed us and went to Man City, I still have a place in my heart for the great man. So yeah, that's probably it for those guys. And what about women? Women that you like watch? I'm trying to think of a sport that would like a part. So there's tennis, obviously. So tennis it'd probably have to be Angelique Kerber. She's one of my favorites, and Alina's Felina. They're both elite. Whine they style or yeah, and I like the way everyone just gets like intimidated by Serena and usually chokes where. Kerbar has been her and like to Grand Slam finals in both. I've pretty sure both her grandson final wins of coming in Serena and one of them she beat her and like straight sets, and then the other one was like a three set grind in Australia. So they're pretty cool. And then it's Felina. Just like the way she plays, to be honest. And then other sports. That's hard. What a some other like females are surfing. It's hard to go past, like cars and more cricket. Cricket. I...

...don't really like the big cricketers, if I'm honest. Ash Gardener, she's Great. Basto. Well, bats woman, that's a yeah. So that's probably it for women, and then women soccer. Calie Lloyd, just random shout and yeah, over, we're all this is yeah, this is on the spot. So it's tough to think of, but I'll just go bending Clarkey. I don't really know. All right, let's switch gears to entertainment. Okay, so what's your favorite movie? Well, it's my favorite movie with the two thousand and tens. Was Did I even say? Oberhamian rhapsody? And as the ten s is half my life exactly, I'll just stick with that. I can't really think of a movie pretty two thousand and ten that will challenge it. Love grew. There's a lot of comedies that probably, stylistically and like cinema tog like technically, are the greatest movies. But like anchorman and stuff like that, because and step brothers, because we've watched them as a family and, like we say a lot of their quotes and stuff, like sixty percent of the time. It works every time. So they would all have to be up there. But I'll go behaming rhapsody. All right. What is your favorite music for since you've had a little bit of exposure in se Mulin Rouge by piers, because we can, it's like you just like the that's campbells. That's what todd thinks it should be. Shut yeah, toddy's graphic in some of these carrafe, that's get. This is Campbell's arm dance school, for those who don't know what we're talking about now. So I'll go six, number one. I think dad gaged. He's out there. I'll go strictly number two and I'll go mural's wedding number three. Ms Fuming that Matilda's not made it. All Right, see you had piecing, piecing daggers in my eyes. Did I've a child? I think I did. If you have to listen to one so or if you had to listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be? This is so hard trying to think of just songs. I listened to a lot. I'll probably I'll pick a song that's not recent, because if I still listen to a song that it's older. It means like I'm not annoyed of him yet. A bit of random shout. I'll go forget you by Celo Green is actually yeah, that's a hard one, though. If you had to listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would have been? Once again, thinking of the playlist, who I've got the most of because probably my favorite artist. Actually, no, I'm changing my favorite song to better together by Jack Johnson. That's a great song because you can, like, listen to it on a Sunday morning when you're cooking back in the eggs. You can listen to it on a road trip. Very versatile. No, I'm just thinking. So listen to it. For Well, Colin Cooks back in and eggs in the hair. Actually cooked eggs on Friday morning, so you guys can just help ring sure our eggs. Yeah, exactly. Paprika with the side of eggs is lock and called it favorite. See, my probably my favorite artists don't have the catalog like kings of Leon, empire of the Sun and Jack Johnson. I love all three of those, but I'll be honest, I only listened to maybe maximum like eight of their songs, so that often playing in your car when I'm in your car, and I always ask you. Charlie Pooth? Yeah,...

...he's good. Open with yeah, I haven't listened to him in a while. I'm like Dad, I don't really. I'm not like Campbell lock and I don't get stuck on one artist for my life like I would. Just maximum I'll get around one album, let alone maybe three songs or something. So it's tough, but I'll lock in Aba, I'll lock an APPA because they've got a wide range. Well, all right, following them from that, your voice addition audition song, I think he is. I can such a lot of good singer, though. Well, I don't think so. Anyway, I would just like to say for upcoming audition in are on your six camp, we did like a little talent show and we did a gag, like we did a piss take like voice audition, and I was a judge and I corrected the person on how to sing the song and after I sang it, Miranda, who is like not a professional singer but she's grazinger herself, she actually said I was actually pretty good. So you know what song was it at that time? Sorry, that was actually called me maybe, but that's a disgraceful song. Really, I should I should go something that's limited inte. I. If I had unlimited vocal range, I would go like a musical theater song, like popular from wicked. Yeah, yes, that was great tune, but because I can't sing, I'll go I got bitches for the laugh factor. Ok, for the female yeah, it's yeah, well, I should't have got on. I shouldn't have gone on at the first place. The auditions like make headlines for all the wrong reasons. IMI, and I'd move the camera as well. Yeah, good one, just to top it off. Okay, moving right along. I'm talking about something that we haven't been able to do for a while. I'm probably won't be able to do for a while, like sort of how we know it. What are your top three family holidays? Number one does have to be a family holiday. That's what well, well, it says family home. You can go off script. Yeah, strip, Watch your whole obviously we weren't the top three. Yeah, maybe that's why I was top phrase. We're getting the picture loud and clean now. Now I'm just trying to think. Now I'll go the most recent one. Number One, UK. Yep, the choice. Yeah, just love the place. I've been there before, but the company was better this time. Sorry, Rhett and Cal Jack mcale and lazy and the boys, but yeah, the family company was better. Yeah, I just love the country. Looking to move there in two thousand and twenty two. Great Holiday. I just can just interrupt you for a second. Him. Yeah, till Freeman, interest now that you've answered question, being at that question, being the fifth person in the house, what was all the other four people that you interview? What was there? They all said UK, but lock said North America. So America and Canada. But was UK in his top three? Yeah, it was second, all right, but yeah, in the troy interesting if it's on your top three as weird. Sorry, George. Rather to Um thing is the America counada trips hard because I don't like it was an amazing trip and lucky to have gone and I don't want to sound ungrateful, but I did...

...not enjoy lay like there's I'm not like ant. Well, I'm an angsty person. Is that how you describe me? So like when I've been too Sri Lanka in the past, if I'm walking a lot in like a street mall or something and it's a thing that's like a little bit sketchy, like I'm like I'm on alert, like looking around, looking for things that could potentially happen, like I'm not, I'm not why I am scared, but it's more like leads me to being paranoid. So I'm like still able to live the trip out, but like I'm on alert it all time. I think you're similar, Dad, but you still still allow yourself to enjoy it at the same time, you could, as you are like Safety Sam. So that was one thing in La, like on the Venice Board Walk, like I remember walking do down and I was like kind of freaked out the whole time, like looking around, looking for things, and yeah, it was just a bit dirty, if I'm honest. But the thing is the San Francisco and Canada part were awesome. So like if we if you just combined that without La, I'd almost put a top. But that so that puts that second and third is a very hard because, if I'm not mistaken, the rest of the places we've been to we've been to twice, like we've been to Oh no, why, I've been just trying twice. Yeah, you've been blot my family to New Zealand twice, Japan twice. So it's kind of once. It's kind of hard to differentiate from the I won't go Sri Lanka for said reasons beforehand. It's got to be one of the Japan ones, just because I love skiing so much. Yeah, but once like that's even harder because I don't need couldn't tell you which year and stuff. This is a smoky bit the northern territory trip in year nine with school. That was elite, even though we just had in a bus. That was cool. I loved all her and stuff. But now I lock in the second Japan one where we aren't from Nissako to Shaboya, and that's good. Yeah, similar to the first trip, but I preferred our our accommodation was a little bit more homely. Were kind of more in you weren't sick. Yeah, I wasn't sick, and also the Tokyo leg was better, so we stayed in a cool place. The next question, what is it? It's about deserted old yeah, it's if we daddy. You guys not remember what questions are? I can't. That's right, sorry, my head survivor on the so I was trying to get well survivor. I forgot to put the list. I put it in next there are two different questions surviving, similar stuff, because I guess survivor is on a desserted island. See, I'm not like you. You guys were kind of obligated to pick each other. We didn't have to. Well, you successfully did, so well done each other. That's yeah, they're enough. I know you skill set pris to this is so hard because, similar to the survivor questions coming up, it's like you haven't seen that person in this circumstances before. And for though, those reasons, I'm canceling you out, mom, because I think you would be just a bit. You just be have a bit of a melt down, I forest bit. The stress would overtake you and I think you and me, two people who stress a lot, would not be a good Combo. We'd have some great chats, but the closeness and the closeness...

...and the chats would be good, but you know, it doesn't necessarily help you survive. I'd have to rule out lock them because I believe he'd just be looking for an argument. Every second day. It would be time to have out pretending that he is on the bloody set. It would be time to it'd be time to have our rice and beans. You need to come up with how to fix rugby league and I'm not up for the chat all the time. Maybe on the island I might change. But so I'll eliminate him. And we don't butt heads often, but it's occasionally happens. So I'll just stop that from that bit harsh as well, because he picked me. But you know, one sided love. But I well, Campbell, he hates me, so I won't go him. So that leaves you down to dad on the streaming battery. Yeah, no, but I was going to the elimination tactic. You're all great in your own right, but I was picking your floors. I'm glad you as opposed to just hyping up my witness. So Yeah, Dad, I think you'd keep it cool heads. I think you'd keep a cool head. And Yeah, not. I'm not saying like Campbell it because you're GE oldest. You know the rocks, but like you have been camping and stuff, so you, out of everyone in this family, you know your way around that stuff more. And Yeah, so I'll back you in. So if you were a contestant on survivor, how do you think you would go and how far do you think I think? I got asked this question. Yeah, you he said who would go the furthest in survival? I thought was the family has so, okay, well, like you said, me, which is a bit weird, but yeah, so I appreciate to fold. I'll say, yeah, what I think myself, and then out of the remaining family members. Yeah, okay, myself, I think, not because I'm some tank like the guys you see on survivor, but because I'm quite co ordinated and good at sport and stuff. I'd like to back myself and challenges. So I think that'll get me through the first third of the competition. Now keep me on as a challenge threat, well, like a good challenge person. Then, yeah, I'll eventually talk crap about someone behind their back. Then they'll go tell them and then they'll turn on me and I'll be gone. So I don't know how many people are on survival. I can't remember. Say there's twenty people, while back myself for a thirteen. It's nothing special, but not make a jury. But you know, and then what about the family? This is hard. I'm rolling out. I'm right. Actually, see, I don't think I'd go this is harsh one, but I think you'd be the worst survivor player. But that does mean I don't think you'd go far because, like abby in the last two seasons, she's sucks its survivor, but she's been taken for quite a while, so that makes it as well. Yeah, so that showing. It was actually kind of smart, though, but you hate it. Yeah, a bit of a social yeah, yeah, well, abby, abby never thought of the survive and the right way and she was just a right of challenges. So that makes me actually tempted to pick you, because if someone was smart, they would just team up with you. Nothin, you said, and me, but I said MOM would go. Yeah, well, we both. Everyone has agreed with that theory about mom that you well, people would, people would take you if you got used, because you wouldn't backstab anyone because you're too nice like. But then the problem is you take it so personally. Dury villa would be meltdown mode for mom ever, so did be rubbish. You'd just be like,...

I've can't work out who turned on me, and then you'd never be able to get over it. And then you'd be watching the season back when you got home and you'd like send a letter to the person be like what did I ever do to you, and be you would forget that it's just survivor but hand. But for that reason I'll actually pick you because I think if someone was smart like David, I think that team up straight away with you, and you're not. Wouldn't be great at challenges. So I think you'd be maybe a risk to go early, because you know how the first maybe five or six votes could be selling. Is Not Great at challenges, but I'll back you in to get past that. Quite a good actually, I don't know about that, but I feel like you'd support the team in the challenges, be vocal, maybe help with some of the tactics. So yeah, I'll backum in to get through that and yeah, I'll go with you. All right, what is the one place in the world you'd like to get to? So, as you sit here at the age of what are you nineteen? I think nineteen. Hey, so you're right. I thought it's twenty the other day. Now you're nineteen. That's right, eight two thousand and twenty and eighteen present down there. Yeah, that was you before. So as you look, you know, into the future, what's what's the place you got really like to get there? Pran Nah for a holiday, but or to lead question is live. Well, what are you? How do you phrase it? Man, if you couldn't leave where you live now, if you couldn't live in Australia, where would the place be that you would want to leave? Okay, live, I'd go England. And what about visit? Yeah, England's a no brainer for me because I want to live there anyway without these rules being applied. And then a visit. That's so hard because, unlike dad, I have not explored too much of the world yet and I really want to travel to a lot of places. I'm not going Asia or Africa for earlier expressed reasons. Ruining at Mexico. Not Interested in the United States at all. It's a toss up between somewhere and western Europe and South America. Now I'll go western Europe. I would love to get South America, but if it came down to it, I'll go western Europe. And then we're looking at Spain versus Italy, versus Germany, because I've been to France. I'd still love to explore the south of France, but I've been to Paris and stuff. Spain versus Italy, versus Germany, I'll pick Italy for the food. All great places with great history, but Italy has better cuisine in my eyes. So yeah, so that's all the questions you got written down. Are there any other ones? Yeah, I got a question for you. So, what's your role in the family? Like we've all what do you see is your role in this family? Because, yeah, I do. I'm a weary that. The football starts a better name and it's still a manly power up up now. That's all right. Now, I'm not asking him on his comments, on his rescipes tribe. Just ask him what you know. Everyone's got a roll. And what does he think he is? What does he bring to what's his strength? He brings to the family? I don't think I bring much. I'm a loan range. Okay, a do that first, go through the family first and then we'll circle back to you. All Right, Dad, you're the joke star. You bring energy to every room you walk into, unless if it's after nine o'clock, then you're probably asleep out of Bevan. I Love God, just not that during the day. Even in the...

...extended family, you walk into a room at Christmas and everyone goes up twenty percent in energy and you're likely to crack a gag. And Yeah, so I'll say you're a source of entertainment, jokes, energy. Campbell can be that sometimes. I'll be honest, it's hard to say it. Cameras, rollers and maybe just dad psychic because their buddy links to each other like a side car and a motorbike. Yeah, it's I'll say that with camp because really, when he's not leaching off dad, what is he doing? He's just watching Youtube. So I'll go Campbell's just a junior version of Dad. Brings that same energy. Everybody has Cambell Um. What Campbell does is brings a balance to the house and they'll see that. What Campbell does, because he's completely different. He's interested different to all of ours. Really, what he does is opens that up to the rest of the family, asn't true, and makes us more of a balanced family, whereas if he was another sports jock. Well, yeah, that isn't so he has. He has changed the way we are. Like we we go to England. Music got to England and we got musicals whereas if he wasn't around, we wouldn't do that. So he does bring a but it's a true if he adds depth. Now, that's a good point. He does our depth, but I'll say, apart from his interests, he doesn't offer much apart from just being a similar version of Dad twenty percent of the time, both ways as well. Like you know, you guys shed light on his world as well. As far as sport. Yes, yeah, so you done, Campbell, Lachlin, Lachlin, Laughlin's just what this family is really every common interest in us. Laughlin has really like locks. Passions are like rugby league. He is like a see. He likes statistics, which I think a lot of us do. Yeah, I'd say Laughlin's kind of just like the common ground for most of us. Like, as you're saying, camera has different interests in ads depth, I'd say lock is the opposite. Like lock is the he's kind of what the family stands for, almost. But then locks probably opposite to you dad, like he doesn't really walk into a room and out energy. Yeah, but what? But what lock does is brings conversation. Yeah, lock, what locks got the heat. I don't do is he works a room. Yeah, so he'll be. I've noticed, as I noticed as he gets older, he'll walk into an environment and talk to everyone in engage with run where. If you notice what I do, I don't do that much of M and locking of the spokespeople. Yeah, family, like if we go to social function, you guys will do that talking and we likely to just pitching every now and then. US three and then mum, you're just like I don't know how to you, just like the kind person they everyone just loves, you, know, and you most the family friends that we have because of you. Like I don't think we would, you know, like I don't think we'd have many family friends. I was for you. Let's do it, like all's true. All the hammerheads families, they all our friends, of God, through runch with them and like you talk to them. Where's were the rest of us are all been? Image looking the Wilson's, like that's because you, the Chamberlains, is probably the only one dad brings to the table. Right. Well, I'm just going through it through our family friends. I can't think of so there. So now we circle on you, right, our boys, sure, and then mum's like the functional manager, like make sure everything happens works like clockwork. You know, she's pretty cool. Without Mum, we stuff. Well,...

...we've had a couple good months without it. Yeah, right now it does come grinding like a it's a bit of a who when she comes back to it, of relief. Yeah, and then I mum's agree. He's grease in the cogs that keeps US running smoothly. I guess you could say this about everyone, but I'd say I'm a little bit of everything. I'm the mixture, the perfect recipe that makes the perfect une. No, it's harder to judge yourself, but I'll honestly say I don't actually think I add much like I think I'm pretty independent of the family a lot of the time. But then, yeah, but when you don't care, you are you. You're a deep well, both you and Lachlan are actually be it's very similar and you, I don't think you realize that. You both very deep thinkers and you think about things a lot before you speak. But you add a lot to the family because you you're actually, you know, probably smartest guy in the house now, and so you're bringing your bring a lot of knowledge and a lot of you bringing outside also, like talking to you, because you do think things true and you go out. I didn't thought about that, but lock does that as well. And then you can be extremely funny and loud when you want to be, when you like, when you when your planet, like when you're playing lands on our planet, highly bit of candle. Sometimes, like I can bring bring a few gags, but then all other times. Yeah, it's about it. I think when mum goes out for a month, I step into her roll a bit, it's true. Like Dad, you also take a bit of Mum's role as well, like you do a lot of the house where can stay, but he's just with most where mom where mom does go, I do like to think that I step up into her role, check that everyone's or gee all the washing and stuff stune like that. But yeah, that's pretty much. It's hard to, you know, reflect on your own role and your family. Yeah, but I but I think the main thing is you. You add a lot to the family because you, ever buy the family. Like lock, has matured a lot in the last change two years, whereas I think you force beyond your years. You've been a deep thinker a long time, like when I was for dad, and I I was quoting socrates as clear, as clear as crystal. Like any time where we go for like a you know in Brisbane, for a car troupe down the beach or something like that, you'd look in the rims your mirror and you'd be looking at the window and you have this look on I can just picture it. You'd have this look on your face and you were looking at the windows sort of half squinting, and not because someone was in your eyes, but but yeah, you were just thinking. You could tell you were thinking about something, and I think you can't a lot of road road thoughts. I think you are a deep thinker and you and you always you probably overthink situation, probably hum perstand of time. You will learn to balance that and otherwise the way you think now, I think it will hold you back and you'll miss some good things. Yeah, you, and you've got mum's out of the out of the rest of us. You've got mums. You got most of Mum's carrying side. And I was Locklin and I can go a bit missing in that sometimes and I'll chuck smack right there. Yeah, and we as three goat missing in it sometimes. And we because we, because all three of the other. Me and those other two lunatics have got this. We get obsessed with things. There's an obsession with me Locklin, and so we just got locked into our own little obsessions and sometimes we don't really notice what's going on.

Yeah, whereas you and mum, you got mum's carrying side and I see that when we see the big family in Sydney, you're very caring and you you talk to all the family and you know so cha. Well, I think. Yeah, we could talk for us. Came but I got to go. Yeah, we'll go. Manly a part to watch, so we could do a part too. Yeah, we just have been really good. So I got to know you a little bit better today. That's good. I hope you have listening at home. Yep, that's been episode twenty two of the on the ball podcast. Go Manly. Pretty much got to get that tip right. Mitchell Mos, is your a cat now? You can't say that. That's come on, settled down. Thanks for having us, Hamish, thanks for host me. Guys,.

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