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Episode 18 · 1 year ago

Nicole MacCorquodale - Episode 17

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Nicole, Hamish's Mum, joins Hamish for an interview about sport, entertainment and the arts as well as some general hypotheticals about the family.

I'd change settle. Welcome back to episode seventeen of the on the ball podcast. Today I'm doing another interview with one of my family members. I'm joined by my mum, Nicole. Welcome back, thanks for having me. Hey, your second appearance on the show, so it's not I think I didn't you think you're going to get the call up again? Yeah, wasn't sure that you're not stuck in reserve. Great. So, similar to the interviews I did with Campbell and Lachlin, just gonna Start with a bit of sport, but as it is a sports podcast, but will move on to some general ones as well later in on the interview, because I don't know if I would have enough questions in terms of sport for you to cover an hour. Now, be similar to Campbell like that late. Compared to us, you're not the biggest sports fan, but then compared to every other like middle aged mum. That's that's fair. Middle a starting I think that's I think you definitely follow it sport heavily compared to like your colleagues. If you don't. Yes, yes, probably agree with that. Yeah, like there's not many MOMS who would be screaming their TV that sport. I don't think raising my voice frequently. Do that, probably more at our sport than in in encouragement, not not rage, but Um. So we'll just get straight into it. So did you have a sporty like childhood? What sports did you play growing up? I actually did one of my past times I was involved in physical escape. It's escaped me. Physical Culture, okay, is what I used to do. It sort of like a blend of I would say it's a blend of ballet, gymnastics and that sort of movement where it's as like aerobics sort of. It's movements put together by music and you also sort of do a bit of marching and it's thought is this? It's still it's still a thing. It's still a thing now, like they have physical culture clubs. It's called cheerleading. So yeah, it's also a blend of cheerleading, gymnastics, bow like, all that sort of stuff. Floor exercises put to music, all that sort of jazz like. So I actually did that. I actually did that from about I actually did that from about five to five years of age to seventeen. So I didn't I did it for a big part of my life and I'm used to have the would have been more popular back in the day. Yeah, you used to have, like now sort of like a thing called count color senics is quite popular and that's sort of similar. And you sort of had the had competitions where you could go into competitions like by yourself or you could be part of a team. And if you're a part of a team, like you had, your timing had to be sort of a bit like synchronice swimming. Your timing had to be elite. Yeah, and yeah, and you used to yeah, the head is interesting. Back in the day, used to have a high tolerance of...

...getting your hair pulled and teased into tight little curls. So, yeah, I used to enjoy a net ball yeah, if you're pretty tall for female. Yeah, definitely above average in height. But I used to enjoy probably netball as an older teen in my s really not as a young girl. Yeah, and positions. You play? Go shooter, is that? That's a position? Yeah, I used to like goal attack because at least she got to run around a bit, but I used to get, sort of depending on what Tim you are, and I used to get, yeah, loaded with bloody goldkeeper and gold fence not my fames. Yeah, and then softball at school was another one. Used to be the good old catcher face mask, the grill. So yeah, so that was good. I didn't mind. Didn't mind softball. Did you swimming? Oh, yes, actually swimming. Family do swim. Yes, we were into swimming training. So actually that's probably why I didn't do you know the netball and those sort of popular team sports as a young girl, because we did swimming training. Yeah, very heavily into that as a family, my brothers and my not really sure if my younger sister got to it because we might have finished up by them, but definitely my brothers and I did swimming training and swimming races and meets Friday nights and stuff like that. So that was a huge thing. So yeah, well, well, out of those ones, what what was your favorite to play? Oh, since then, have you play any other sports or not? Really? Like you mentioned, you play Netball. A bit old. I remember used to play Netball and Brisbane with a few other ladies. Yeah, and I played town. I'd play it in towns. All was well. And you touch foot in a yeah, Dad, and I did play touch in Calgouley. Mix touch what they play there's nothing. Just Ding to me. Why do they touch in Cowgol? Out of all the places you've lived? That's random that that's the place she fold touch. Yeah, I don't know, because it's obviously in Wa, which is afl not necessarily true that you can really play like six aside. I fell really know we played touch. Now I got a victor by Dad's lack of composure really in, you know, reminding himself to like pull up before you actually touched a person. You didn't know what did. He'll decorative people. You tried to hear. Tried to pretend it didn't. But you know, we, you and I both know that that would have been the case. But and we also we also dabbled in Oh, I do forget. I do forget actually in Tamura. Well, are used to no, not touch. We were across allso volleyball, volleyball, yes, we did. We did Bitch sports really, and that was that was more up the professional end of our volleyball career, maybe because we actually did start beach volleyball in Townsville back in the day. And then when we have we moved to around Australia it when we moved to Tomura, we played indoor mixed volleyball. Yeah, yeah, that was pretty good, Dad, and I think you are a few spots. Yeah, it was good. Was Good, and never die, never die. Never was silly enough to die for the ball. Yeah, and then I also Campbell. He was saying he chose to do SOCCO over volleyball for Inter School Sport here, but he regretted his decision. However,...

...volleyball hurts his hands. Yeah, it is. Yeah, it is. Yeah, it can. They can actually hurt your hand. Do Your hands well? So be you mean to use like your night serving? Yeah, I care fell. Yeah, it can, it can. Yeah, but also in my lived in tomorrow, I did, because that, you know, very limited, very limited place in activities and things like that, and you know, you live in a small country town and you just make the best of situations. I did play. This might be controversial and yes, I don't play it now. It's got nothing to do with your middle aged comment, because I was a young whipper snipper back then, but did start to learn lawn bowls. Had A few friends that I used to work with at the hospital. Yeah, and Um played lawn bowls and that actually was quite fun down at the club I actually think had a few drinks. I actually I can. Lawn balls is one of those sports where they could if they I don't know how they do it, but I feel like everyone's interest in lawn bowls, but it's like no one wants to do it, because you just see the clubs with like eighty year olds. So that if they know, they're trying to do like bare footballs on Friday nights and stuff like that. But I feel like that's one of those sports. Even golf as well, like I know a lot of young men into golf, but feel like there's ways they could appeal to a wide audiences. Think if they loosened up the yeah, the entire rule, the goal golf as a lot of things they could and I reckon you get a lot of people in playing those sorts of sports. Yeah, I've never golf like the most judgy sport, because it's actually fun once you're out there, but it's like, especially dad by and like this as well, like you're worried about the people behind you catching up, you're worried about waiting for the people in fronnt of you, like it's not actually for me, it's not a pleasant sport. Like if you played maybe with another person, you are actually good and you were just smoking it, so you don't have to worry about that, maybe that'd be all right. But Un't is I feel like. Is it maybe because you're older now and like all the other adults? I know I kind of older because, like they're my mates parents and stuff. But is playing like volleyball with your partner and tight watch and stuff like that normal thing? Was a more because you lived in country towns. What playing with your partner? Yeah, like, I don't think I know anyone any like adults or like couples that play sports. Yeah, I think. I think. I think it was moral. Or is that, like, is that a trend? It's gone out taken? I think it. None. I think it probably still happens, but probably you don't play play Sports with your partner as you get older. Yeah, and less it's and and unless it's like maybe when you retire or you getting closer to that age, things like golf and lawn bowls and stuff like that, because a lot of couples do do that. Yeah, but more active yeah, tennis, but more active things is probably more like. Yeah, Ti S, you're twenty, sort of thing. That you do that sort of thing. Yeah, yeah, and definitely the places that you know, the smaller places that were lived, highlighted and before you have sort of kids and stuff like that, highlighted participation in that sort of thing. Yeah, watch if, out of all those sports you've mentioned, what was your favorite to play, like? What do you have the most fond or do don't really play swimming, do what was your favorite, like? What do you have the fondest memories of doing? Not, they don't.

I also started to learn how to play goal from the lives in Orange Dad and I did like a bit of an introduction. Took Golf Court to golf as well. Yeah, Dad was not well liked by the by the instructor, because he didn't choose to listen. Know, most time liked by any instructor in any field, but it was good fun. I don't know. I'd actually have to say lawn bowls was actually pretty good because it's very social. Yeah, and it's a don't you know, you've still got that. You got the competitiveness of it, but it's like, you know, you love it like back. Love a chat. Have a chat playing like volleyball. Yeah, I love a chat. Volleyball, like was good. Used to enjoy that. But yeah, probably what were you best? Yeah, you actually look pretty decent sport. Probably best at netball. Yeah, I'd have to say probably. Not Thought I was really any gum. Did play basketball as well back in the day. Picked off every Olympics. Probably actually orange a little bit. I played that. Played that with carly crump, friend one who lived there at the same time as well. But isn't she like a will play? Yeah, well, are you doing it as? I don't know. I think I would desperate. Actually, ways, she's playing orange. I don't yeah, it don't think it's the non L no, and if she's a gun, you know she can cover me as well. Yeah, so she was all over it. But but yeah, yes, what's your favorite to watch nowadays? To Watch? You like a lot of sports, right, league, I do like a lot of sports. A lot of cricket. Yes, and I like tennis as well. Watching a bit of tennis. I like the event of tennis, like when we go straight and open. I like the whole, the day thing, the whole. Yeah, I love it so much. Yeah, I love the event. I don't like I love tennis so much, but like I don't even actually care that much for the technical sport, if you know what I mean. No, I like when the points on, like, yeah, I'm watching it, like trying to see who's like playing well and stuff. But yeah, I just love the structure of the event. Yeah, no, that is the way you can go. And like being Campbell, when we went, we saw like fifteen matches or so. Yeah, yeah, and I do, I do. I do go that goods. Yeah, it is. So, is that if there it to watch? Or do you prefer? To be honest, I feel like tigers would be up there, but it's probably, however, dangerous for more of a day. Just experience in this house. Yeah, it's been water bottles. I like her. It's good if you could be guaranteed or wind. Yeah, you know, gonna like hearts good, great atmosphere are you know those suburban grounds are great because you just feel all them part of the part of whole vibe, not a soul as sort of grandstand sort of atmosphere. Yeah, that you have these days. But yeah, probably a good, a good, a good game of West Tigers at like heart a day out of the Australian Open. Yeah, is there? Is there any this is a tough one to think on the spot, but is there like any specific match or event you've been to that sticks out like just across your whole life? Is there anything that you look back and you're like, oh, that was a cool day or that was a great match or something I really do remember, even breeze home when we went and saw the raw, the final. Yeah,...

...the final. Yeah, that was my number one sporting yeah, yeah, I really do remember that. Remember that day and you were just at the end. You were just high fiving anyone around you. Yeah, and just everyone was getting around everybody. Yeah, that was great. I did enjoy that, probably state of origin last year. Yeah, in Sydney. You just punched. That was pretty good. But I accidentally flicked anymore INS here and didn't even realize it and the earring went flying down a few rows. But I wasn't in that moment about the earrings. I was in the moment and the New South Wales you could have respect. So that was pretty good. The look on locks face was priceless. That was that was a moment. Yes, that was that was great, really good. What about sports that we play? Well, what's your favorite sport to watch? We're in like. I know you probably don't care about the access for you more interested in seeing how we do. But prefer watching soccer, cricket, bit of lock, playing a bit of Rugby Union. No, rugby league down. I did not and I did not know outsider. Not I was to s body population, nob block play rugby prode'd probably say. I probably say cricket I enjoyed the most. Like I really, because I because you guys were so heavily into it. You know, had the opportunity to score and stuff at carnivals and games and that sort of really made me learn and appreciate the game that you guys love so much and I thought it can really understand and, yeah, appreciate the game for what it is. But I do obviously love watching you guys, you know, out there. But yeah, yeah, no, I do actually love I love nothing better than a nice sunny day rocking up to watch a cricket game for the day in the sun, join out doors. It's fair to say. I think watching cricket in Brisbane was a bit more pleasant amount of a short cold days you get here. If you could play any sport professionally, this is money put aside. You get the same amount of money no matter what sport you choose. What sport would you play? So well, you can just say, I don't know. It's again. I wasn't fucking see you try to play charades. I don't know idea. If you could play any sport professionally, what would you choose? But the money is not a factor. So, because all the money's not a factor. Yet like you get paid the same, because otherwise you'd obviously not pick like afel really compared to soccer or something. Oh, it's a hard one. I mean, as a woman, I would have to say I'd probably have to say something like tennis. Yeah, I think, just think tois it's a lot more established, a lot more competitions. That's true. If if I was a male, my aunts had probably could possibly be cricket. Yeah, because I do like a team sport. Yeah, I do like that Camaraderie that you get with the team sport. But the women, but the women's cricket is not up and established as much as,...

...yeah, men's at the moment. So yeah, yeah, I'd probably say similar. Another thing with tennis, like the way they like two of the world. Yes, really like it's a hefty schedule and stuff. But where's it? Or like if you play a team sport like an RL ploody, get totally see like three cities. Yeah, one country. So and with the ten as, I suppose because it is such a huge schedule, you can pick and choose a bit. Yeah, like, if you're a good player, you can take like a month or two off in between the big tournaments. Final sport question. What? Who? Who? Not? What? Who is your favorite sportsman of all time? The committee someone who plays right now, or can be someone who's retired or dead. Oh, you've stumped me there. Yeah, it's a tough one. I don't even know. Um Or, you can give me one for a couple sports that you'll enjoy. Could you enjoy watching play, apart from myself? Yeah, well, I do enjoy watching the be if you ask ninety percent of the world right now what this question, everyone would be like Michael Jordan. Yeah, especial watch favorite dance. I'd say I don't know. I don't know what was sure. I've actually no idea, like because locks it like Luke Brooks, all, like Leah met Messy or Michael Jordan. I think they will looks three for me it'd probably have to be like Benji or something, Benjie Marshall, just because he used a cool dude play for the Tigers my whole life, pretty much. Yeah, a lot of cricketers I love, though, like Michael Hussy, Michael Clark. So, yeah, it's a very tough question. It is a half question, it's a hard it is a hard question. I probably I probably leaned towards maybe more of the singular sports because it's not a line near the turn space. Yeah, I enjoy watching a couple of the tennis players because, you know, you get to really watch them. Or, as in a team sport, it's a little bit harder to sort of yeah, you know, maybe the person that you like to watch, you know like, you know, they're possibly put in better positions or their surrounded by players that actually allow it to shine a bit. Yeah, curbs probably are one of my favorite sports people. Yeah, she's star. I used to really enjoy watching Lighton hear it. Yeah, I have to say actually I used to enjoy actually say that should answer. I actually used to enjoy watching his passion. Yeah, and just you know, he's infectious. Yeah, and he's like, you know, fight, you know he's fight mentality. But yeah, yeah, yeah, these to say Australian Butler, even though it's like right, number one. Yeah, right. So That's enough for sport. You can take a breath now. I'll just ask you some genuine questions. Now, a little bit entertainment sided, but this is hard. Yeah, I just want your initial thoughts, like it doesn't have to be thoughts through answer. You could just real off a couple. But what's like your favorite movie of All Time? That's an outrageous question. Will what's one you could just sit down and watch all day? Oh, I do love. I have to say. I do love...

Mama Mere. Yes, love the music in a yeah, uplifting vibe. MOMS great, Moma's Great Mama's must mother was great, but it is close now. Love me is great. Yeah, that's a that dancing queens any movie. We did my best moves of the decade the other episode, and any movie with music in it, I think, automatically is lifted because it just made, as you said, it is brings a positive vibe to the movie, like you can sing along, dancelong, especially when it's moot music you already know, like like Bohemian rhapsody. But yeah, so, yeah, mom and me a good show, good shower. What's your favorite musical? Let's go one with Campbell and one without Campbell. Yeah, that's a fair call, because it's hard to say. It's a bit different. my favorite musical with camel, it's definitely Matilda. I thought it was. I'm not on board, but I thought it was. I'm I just loved the whole press that precise choreography in that music was how many times did you watch it come on? Like fifteen, what or more more? I probably watched it over forty times. Yeah, so the people wondering is this a psycho bitch? It is bought forty dickets to the tilted no camel was in it, and the curtain call would like you'd have to be there for six thirty. Yeah, and then you'd have to pick him up at like thirty. Yeah. So it was kind of like we live six o'clock, I think. Yeah, we maybe live thirty forty minutes from the city. Maybe a bit longer at six o'clock, maybe a bit shorter at thirty, but it was kind of like, well, you either drive, sit down for an hour and leave again at home, or you just stay there and watch have dinner or something. MMM, so that's why you watched a lot. Yeah, and if he tried to get some cheap tickets and that sort of thing. Sometimes in in the length of the season they had a few different opportunities going where you could pick up some cheaper tickets. So it sort of you did sort of toss up the petrol, the you know, driving back and forth and that sort of thing. But but yeah, that would definitely be my favorite, my favorite one. What about with it? Quite a followed by Chee Chee Bango, just so that's interesting, that one. That one probably more so because he was on stage so much. Yeah, and I guess it was his first one. A bloody car and cheap, more specifying car, and Chee Cheet Bang Bang was just like yeah, that's cool. What about without Cam Without Campbell? I would probably have to have a tie. Oh, sorry, because I thought I didn't you as I was talking to defense. It a Locklin. No, very different. They're not a tires in okay. So, as in uplifting, upbeat musical would have to be right. Romeo and Juliet are and Juliet and Juliet. What we saw in UK last Christmas very lucky to have got that tripping just quietly and then for very clever acting and, you know, serious issues would be D Evan head. Six didn't make the cut. Interesting the yea fair enough play on respect. It both good musicals, even though I didn't watch one. If you had to listen to one song for the rest of your life, what...

...would it be, dancing queen, if you had to listen to one artist for the rest of your life, or could be like a band, so you could just roll that with other just the one to punch, the one to have a combo fit, a saline deal. So has got any credible voice? I do rock, I do love a little bit of edge, sheer and as well. So your choice. I yeah, Eddie rang, it's if you were going onto the voice or the x factor, what would be your audition song? You think you've probos not out of wise, and I know the other mccorcodiles in the family might be finding that quite surprising, since that is my coach who at Family Karaoke events. Oh you've stopped me, Hamish. It's kind of random question. It is because you got to pick one thing that I can remember the words to. You have becaun you like, but also one that, you know, shows off the micael talent. Well, maybe not shows my vocal talent of that much, because it, let's be honest, maybe a little rap. No, no, I don't. I do like a bit of a melody. Waterloo, Fernande, and stop leaving. Okay, yeah, because I know I can have it, I can buy it with lock them. That occurred a few weeks ago in quarantine. Might have to get him to work on his skills a little bit. He was a bit of a disappointed. I didn't know the lyrics, which I guess he hasn't watch gale. So yeah, but all right. So few more, just genuine ones. This to the I've asked these questions to everyone who's been on so far. What are your what's your favorite family holiday was been in and what are your second and third? Basically, favorite family holiday would probably, I have, to be the one that we just went on to UK. Yeah, I think just very exciting. I've never been to those those countries. So ultra exciting to sort of see iconic things such as red letter boxes and double decker red buses that you see, you've seen on the TV for so many years in real life. Yeah, you know the types of houses that you see. So I think that would be up there, probably followed then by Canada. You know, look, put the North American troop above UK. That shocked me. But as in Whistler. Yeah, he put that above the UK. Yeah, what's the so second is Whistler, Sam Friends La Third. Third's tough because it's like I don't think there's another country I haven't been to once. So it's like we've been to Japan a couple times, New Zealand a couple times, Sydney like countless time. So it's got to differentiate them. I saw so like I sort of count. I'm I don't think. When you ask that question I thought I don't think of Sydney. Yeah, that like that's like and like I've got an idea which family, which stuff, so which I love going to Sitney and doing that, but for me, probably sort of a fat holiday away somewhere I reckon. It would almost beat Queenstown for me over...

Japan. But it's just me. But Not Japan's pretty late. Yeah, and I reckon Japan. I remember the first or second one of the first time I was either the first or second time and just that drive from Sapporo to Nis code and you just driving along on the you know, just the amount of snow and just beautiful and you know you've got that. You know it wasn't too far away, sort of plane wise, and then you've got you know, you actually feel like you've gone a long way because you've got such a you know, land somewhere in the speaking other language and such different diverse food and yeah, yeah, fair enough. Respect all for each choices for till my heart to them. If you had to be stuck on a desert island with one of the family members, who are you going with? Who's going to listen to this podcast? None of them, because none of my family ever support me. WHOA? I mean close family, by the way, like in this house. I don't mean cousins. HMM. Yeah, that would have been the Sidewi to go, wouldn't it? I think. So island, well, desert, so like nothing inside. You'd basically stuck there. Yeah, I've so, Laughlin said, and me, because we could build a footye in past it. So really insightful. Deeps have to go dad on that one. Yeah, Campbell went dad, because Cambll reckons, he'll just be able to work out the rocks on. Yeah, now I'd say dad. You've spent I'd say dad, because your life with him. So yeah, pretty fair to just keep playing on there. Yeah, and he, you know, used to camp in his younger years as a go so used to rough it quite a bit. So he has got those he has got those set skills. Yeah, on board some more life experiences. Yeah, and so I'm Campbell out there. Yeah, I think he'd sure what's going on here. Yeah, I have to. I'd have to play that one. Yea Fair Play Dad, dad to me one play on. Oh, I forgot to try to anyone. Peace Campbell. I don't think he's been mentioned yet. Anyone picked blackline this. Well, too fair. They've both been interviewed. Said loves their chances. But who would win survivor if we all went on a different seat? Not Win. Actually can't that through. Campbell off. Who would go the furthest if we all were on different seasons nothing to do with each other? Uh Huh, survivors show we hold dearly dadded Dadda Dada get bitted off first. Yeah, that does seem to be the consensus pick. Actually, I think it. Elk said I'd go first. Yeah, no, they said each other. So I think bit of collusion was going on there. Yeah, I probably have to agree, maybe on that one. I mean I think Lachlin, he's watched so many bloody survivor show episodes he he has a bit of a clue. He has a bit more of a clue on the how the games played. YEA, so tacked tact tactfully, tactfully, tactically, tactically, thank you how much. Tactically, Lachlin, I think, would go the furthest yeah, if he could have his social game in play. But in saying...

...that, Campbell Kevil said I would be a feast physical threat, which is probably the best confidence he's ever given me. More yeah, that's true. I was pretty tough with that one. I think Campbell could go a fair way to yeah, man lock, I think. I think because he he'd sort of be, I think, equal across, I think tactically, social game and challenge. Yeahal and strength, and I think he'd actually be quite even across those, true, whereas I think Locklin's tact tactically and challenge strength would be good. But maybe social game, I mean socially fine, but sure about building of the shelters, that sort of workload type him. So how that would go down? But be, I might be surprising, might come into his own. Yeah, it's hard to say because obviously we've never been under in that environment. Because, like Campbell, he would have the ability to get along with most people and like entertain them and be fun to have around the camp, yes and then, but he's also smart enough and bitch bitchy enough to like turn on people and Shit like. I think I would happily eliminate someone with no like even give a shit. Yeah, I think I'd get blindside of yeah, that's exactly what I mean. Lock said first episode. Would say you'd just be like that pawn, like Abbey in the last two survivor series, where everyone likes her but when it comes down to the alliance turning on each other, you're just an easy vote. You wouldn't turn on anyone first. Yeah, but yeah, the problem with so who you saying? Cam? Yeah, I think it'd be a quote. Yeah, I think cat can. I think cam just just ahead a lock, I think. Yeah, if CAM doesn't get grumpy, he'd be set. I reckon, I think. Yeah, but yeah, so last question. If you could travel. So this is forget about covid for the moment. If you could only go on one more trip for the rest of your life. Where are you going? And I you can factor in the region kind of, but I mainly want a country. But if you don't know a country, you can just give me the region, because I don't want you to say like Europe and just say like yeah, every forty, every eighty countries in you it? Um, I'm just going to say because I've always wanted to go. I don't know why, but it's even before we started going on ski holidays. I've always wanted Ethiopia. Maybe it's because, actually, maybe it's because about is from Switzerland, Sweden. But yeah, like, I've always got that wrong. there. Sweden, all right, I'm always I was skiing. So it's one of the old sweet someone. I've always had a romantic idea of being in a log cabin in the Swiss helps. All right, that's great. I don't know, actually I'm not really sure. I did that when he was younger and enjoyed it thoroughly. So you go on the Alps. So Switzerland, friends, Austria in there. I write that choice girls are alive. That's a really rogue one. No one's even mentioned that yet, but actually write that. Why would have been been lock said Spain, camels, soccer pro but he meant like South...

America, but I mean people in country. So yes, and what would be yours? Hang on, you have to wait and watch. I'm planning on so I'm going to interview dad in the coming week and then, I know this is kind of self indulgent, but I want someone to interview me. But because I feel like if you're listening to a podcast and you don't know who the host is, that's a bit weird. I think you might have to go with the hostess with the Mostess. So I was thinking, would campbell? Well, the Campbell won't ask me good questions. Kempell's never hold a conversation, is life. So I don't know whether to go with Lachlin. I'll sing you, maybe pelled, but then I thought like pilch would go too much for thee. Just have to keep it in the family. Yeah, okay. Well, I was gonna do it mine before Pilch, so wouldn't really make sense for him to interview me. I was thinking maybe Lachlan, but yeah, I don't know. Maybe I can get you all to do a little ten and interview with me. You get three questions each and you get to ask what you want to know. Yeah, so that's it for episodes seventeen. She's episode seventeen. We started sun. I rack him up home. Yeah, I know, I worked it out yesterday. It been ambitious for me, but episode a hundred will occur on the ten of December, Thursday, so I'll be doing cricket training that day. So stay tuned for that episode. I'll have something special play. I'll be hanging in. Yeah, now, so that'll do us. This going out on a sad day. So enjoy the rest of your weekend or, if you're listening in a couple days after it's been released, enjoy the rest of your week. Yes, thanks for you. Thanks for joining me, mum. It's been pleasure chatting with you. Thanks for having me hard and I hope the audience as I have. I've enjoyed getting to know thank you. By.

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