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Peso Pluma Does Vegas, Finding Love and Perfecting Lovemaking

Link in Bio with Jenny and Alejandro
Internet theories about Peso Pluma and Nicki Nicole’s breakup, how Ayo Edebiri “Yes, Chef!“-ed her way back into JLo's good graces, dating advice from Alexia De Valle, love making tips from Karla Montalvan and Chef Victor Ramos ties it all together with Dominican / Puerto Rican sazón. Plus, the premiere of Jean’s Fax Machine.
Show transcript
00:07
Is it a trumpet?
00:09
Ok, welcome to Lincoln Bio.
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I'm Jenny and I'm Alejandro.
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And we've got a great show for you guys.
00:15
Yes, sir. Yes,
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we do. Yes,
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we got Peso Puma and Nicky Nicole.
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That little drama there.
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We got Ayo with J lo drama.
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So much drama. We have Rocio San Miguel in Venezuela and
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we got high on love.
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Oh and we got single lady issues with Lex Valle fax
00:32
machine with Gene and Sex Ed with Carla Montalvan and Dominican food
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with Chef Vic. I don't care what anyone says.
00:41
This episode is juicy as fuck.
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Yeah. And it's gonna be delicious as fuck.
00:44
Apparently let's get it.
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All right. So first story Peso Pluma is he single?
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I mean it looks like to me,
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brother. I mean he looks single in Vegas.
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Exactly. So let's break it down.
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So fans film Peso Pluma around Vegas like you said for,
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for weekend walking around with mystery woman holding hands.
01:06
Pedro Tamina Mo Mo.
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They were, they were not like PD A they were at
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the where was it?
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The wind. The blackjack table homeboy was hitting,
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his hands were hot like they say Oh,
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I'm sure he had hot hands.
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And,, but tiktok theories are also circulating that maybe
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Nicky Nicole cheated on him before.
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And so that's why he's like,
01:31
well, peace out and he's with his mystery going there.
01:35
That's why he's not hiding it.
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Well, I actually saw,
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I, I did see that video of Niki Nicole with their
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supposed allegedly manager,,
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like she was holding a maleta,
01:44
she was in the airport and it looked like they were holding
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hands, people were pointing out but honestly,
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it just looked like she was just holding a maleta and he
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was just helping her with the maleta because those maleta be heavy
01:56
they're heavy. Sometimes I need someone to help me,
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you know, I don't know,
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I just, I feel like que la gente se mete and
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it gets ugly and they start making no sense with r Yeah
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but also like what is going on my girl?
02:10
She's so sweet. Yeah,
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I mean, I'm just like,
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I don't know what to believe.
02:13
II I is did he do something wrong?
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Did she do something wrong?
02:16
Was it mutual? But I mean I saw her post too
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saying like hey,
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like if you don't respect me,
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I'm out. Yeah.
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So it's a ca the bat like that,
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you know, like he just kind of like and he didn't
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hide it. Exactly.
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So it's like he wanted it to be seen.
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It sounded, yeah,
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it looked like he wanted it to be seen because it's like
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I'll keep you guys updated on this special situation.
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Hassan, come on,
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baby, get it together.
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But anyway, I got you girl.
02:48
Did you hear about the IO Deri and Jennifer Lopez?
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She's me. So days before they taped their SNL episode,
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like someone I guess resurfaced the podcast clip of her basically saying
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J Lo singing is and quote her favorite scam of all time
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She said her whole career is,
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oh, she was like,
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what did you say?
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What did you say?
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She says her whole career is one long scam.
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Oh, she thinks she's on multiple tracks but it's not her
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Yeah. And well,
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J Lo obviously heard of that.
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So Ayo came to J Lo's dressing room and she apologized
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in tears. You know,
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the actress told her,
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I'm so fucking sorry.
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It was so awful of me.
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And well, you know,
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the bottoms actress loved her music performance that night.
03:55
That's what she told J Lo that she loved her music performance
03:58
that night. Yeah.
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So, I mean,
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I think it's squashed.
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It seems to, to clean,
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to handshake. It's,
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I don't know, I feel like maybe it's still something there
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but I mean, they applaud to each other.
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I didn't notice I saw the episode after the fact and I
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didn't notice anything off.
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It didn't look like there was tension or nothing.
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So, I mean,
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I guess we'll see,
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but I, I feel like it's something that should,
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that's something she said before,
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you know, and I think for you gotta forgive and I
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think J Lo did that all I'm gonna say on that is
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Latino. Ah, I love J Lo,
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I love J Lo,
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I love J Lo Jenny from the block from the block.
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My, to what's up.
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So we have some news from Venezuela.
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Apparently, a human rights attorney,
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Rocio San Miguel was detained in Venezuela for suspicion of conspiracy against
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the President Nicolas Maduro.
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And so San Miguel and her five relatives were detained,
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including her daughter and ex husband.
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And the crazy thing is that her attorney says they cannot locate
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them so they're off the grid.
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However, at least one of the detainees was found in Boeta
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Detention Center, but that place is actually known for torture,
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but she's not there.
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Maybe they're hiding her.
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So again, one is there and so are we now?
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And Venezuela attorney general says San Miguel and others are presumably
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involved in the white bracelet conspiracy to allegedly kill President Maduro.
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So he said semi girls tried to treason conspiracy and terrorism.
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Dang. That's chaos.
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That's a mess. She's a human rights attorney,
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but it's like the president thinks that but she's out to get
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him. They might be a bole,
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they might not. But I mean,
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the fact that they're not.
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Yeah, like their attorney can't find them,
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they can't locate them.
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It's like sauce. We always know that there's some,
06:05
sketchy stuff going on.
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So, un casa guess we'll be following this issue as it
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goes on. Hopefully they're able to locate them.
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Well, on a lighter note,
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so this girl posted the day by day
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updates on how she met a roofer from the building across from
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her office. So the relationship started with waves.
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So they waved to each,
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they would wave to each other and she documented all of this
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to get each other coffee,
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then flowers and now they're going on a date this
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week. Wow. Right in time for Valentine's Day weekend.
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Oh my God. That's so cute.
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That's awesome. I'm so happy.
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I'm just kidding. What has the meme?
07:05
Just kidding. That's so cute.
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No, that's so cute.
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I love it. I love,
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love, love. Oh,
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yeah. From the wave to,
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from an innocent wave to coffees to now.
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Dinner dates. Yeah.
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It's like a whole like love story and they have the whole
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footage of how it started.
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Can you imagine? Imagine if they get married and then they
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could put that on their little wedding slide show is gonna be
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on a Netflix series soon.
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Yes. Love Roof Romance.
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Ok, guys. Comment what you think the movie should be
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named. Well, speaking of love stories,
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I got none, man.
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Look, brother, this is my first Valentine's Day without a
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man. You know what sister?
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That's ok because you don't need no,
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man. Yeah. Yeah,
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definitely. It's just,
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I mean, 10 years,
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you know. So it's like,
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I've, all those 10 years I've had,
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like, com, like,
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I would expect something and,
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like, within those 10 years and now it's like,
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oh, well, I expect,
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like, it doesn't feel like Valentine's day to me.
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I hear you. But this year,
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maybe there's a secret of my r just been,
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he's been waiting for his chance just to,
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like, you know,
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for you to take that at so and so out your out
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of your bio and now he's like,
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let's go. We all slide in the D A time.
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No. Well, I mean,
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you know, thankfully we have Alexia Del Valle here
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to give us everything we need to know about being single on
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B day. Welcome,
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Alexia. Thank you for having me.
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I love being the face of the single women.
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That's right. So a girl,
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I do not know how to do this,
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you know, like it's just,
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it's crazy like it's been six months.
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I've been like, you've been out of the game for a
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minute. I've been out of the game for a minute like
08:52
since before dating apps were a thing.
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So I, I wanna ask you,
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is this your first Valentine's Day single or?
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Mm mm baby girl.
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It is not my first time to say my first rodeo.
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I've been in this for a minute.
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And how do you feel?
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I mean, I it's sad to say I'm used to it
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I think the last time I had a Valentine was like
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2018, which now feels like ages ago.
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So I don't know,
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I feel like now I'm kind of just used to it.
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Like if I get random flowers on my door,
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it'll be shocking. But you know,
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I'm, I'm more used to kind of doing this thing on
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my own to be honest.
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Well, girl, I,
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I want you to help me out here.
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So how should like if I wanna get back out there
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Like how should I try and meet someone,
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you know, like the apps?
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I know if I can hear horror stories about the apps.
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maybe at a bar.
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Yeah, girl, I'm not,
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I'm going to be positive for you right now.
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It's, it's, it's rough out there on.
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But I always,
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I always say listen,
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I'm not against apps,
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ok? Because after every situation,
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so you probably have called me on an app for,
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you know, so I'm not gonna say that I'm against it
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but I say try to go on the railroad first.
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A bar is not a bad place depending on the bar.
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For example, like if you're at a bar in New York
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you might catch some finance bros,
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you know, maybe that's your vibe.
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So it depends on like the bar,
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the gym is not a horrible place either.
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I could not find myself talking to someone at the gym because
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I just, that seems like an awkward setting.
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But I work for people before.
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So I try to put yourself out there first in the real
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world and then, you know,
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maybe hop on the apps.
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If that's, if it,
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if it goes really bad,
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that's what I've heard.
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And I wanted to ask you too,
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what is a red flag for you?
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A big one for me is when the guy just talks about
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himself the whole time and doesn't let you get a word in
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like, speaking from experience,
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I don't know why I tend to attract guys like this like
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that. That's a,
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no, no, that's not going to work with me.
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No, same here.
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What do you think,
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brother? I think what she's about the gym makes so much
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sense because when me and my wife started dating,
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we were super slim and then we were going to the gym
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and we wouldn't work out.
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We just mess around and like,
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hey, what's up?
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I text her like we gotta go hang out by each other
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like this isn't working.
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So we ended up just canceling the membership and like then just
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going on, you know,
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hanging out outside of the gym.
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But that's one thing that she said stuck out to me
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So that's what I think that's true.
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And then what do you think makes a man like boyfriend material
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to you? What's really important that you're like,
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oh, that part,
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you know,,
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I think for me,
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like a guy who's reassuring,
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like a guy who makes me feel like I can trust them
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because I feel like in today's generation especially it's so hard to
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trust with social media and someone who's just reassuring,
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that's like a big,
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a big part of it.
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That makes me feel like they're very open and I can trust
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them. That's a huge,
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it is so true.
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Like I, I feel like also like the little things too
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I feel like,
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like if I go out with on a date with a guy
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and say, like this happened once I was like,
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he's sitting on a hard chair like we're waiting and it was
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like, they had the party chairs.
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I was sitting on a hard one and he had the one
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with the little cushion on it and he was like,
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I was like, oh,
11:54
look like sit on,
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on my chair like it has a little cushion and he took
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the hard one and I'm like little things like that.
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I look for, you know,
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it, it shows their character I feel but I agree.
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Attention to detail. It's like a big one.
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A guy was a gentleman,
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a big one. Ok.
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What, like, what's the type of influencer to date?
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I might be a little biased with this one,
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but you know what,
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I'm gonna stand, I'm gonna stand with this one.
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I'm gonna say comedy influencers.
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Like, don't go to respectfully the pretty boys.
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That's not for me.
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I had my share.
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Maybe that's why I speak from experience.
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But I think the ones that are funny,
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like if, if you're funny personality is huge for me.
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So, like if you're funny and you're making funny content,
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I kind of see how your brain works.
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You got funny ideas.
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If probably in person you're gonna be funny too.
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So I would say the comedy influencer,
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someone who posts his comedy content and it's like you're funny too
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So I'm sure you guys were gonna like banter like really
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cute and like get along really well.
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Any final advice you can give me and all the single
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ladies I would say and I say this all the time first
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love yourself. Like don't put your value in finding someone or
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how men are treating you.
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It just really is about loving yourself knowing your worth,
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not lowering your standards for anyone stand on business as they say
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in the generation, stay with the chess girl.
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I love it. You'll be good.
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You're gonna be fine.
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Thank you. That's where I'm at right now.
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For sure. I'm learning.
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I'm learning a lot.
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Just wanted to thank you so much for,
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for coming on and,
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and giving this advice.
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I'm gonna take it and I'm gonna put in my pocket and
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and I'm gonna,
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yeah, I'm gonna keep it with me because I,
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I really, really appreciate it.
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I also wanted to ask where can people find you?
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Yeah, you guys can find me on all the socials at
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Lex Delvalle. Thank you so much,
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Alexia. Thank you.
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Thank you and Happy Valentine's day to you guys also.
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Thank you. Take care sister.
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I can see you dating a comedy guy because like I say
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it as like a loving in a loving way.
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It's a cornball like I love like your coffee.
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You like? So you know,
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I want a goofy dude.
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II I want a goofy dude.
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That's, that's, that's what I'm looking for,
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you know, a silly guy,
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you know, and that puts me first that gives you the
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cushioned seat. That's right.
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Give me the cushioned seat,
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not the jinky party rental.
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You tell him OK,
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today we have our fellow Hermano Gene and his magical magical machine
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Oh magical machine.
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OK. What's special about this machine?
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And where did you find it?
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So I got this machine.
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My abuela unfortunately got finessed thinking she was buying a laptop for
14:45
me and it ended up being a fax machine,
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but this is not an ordinary fax machine.
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I plugged it in and it literally just spits facts.
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Oh shit. From the moment I plugged it in just straight
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facts. OK. So does it have any like dating or
15:02
Valentine's Day advice for?
15:05
We just need to set the vibe for it,
15:07
you know, I just gotta whisper to it like Dame Los
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facts. See, that's what they did.
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That's crazy. What do we have?
15:22
Sure that once a sneaky link,
15:26
always a sneaky link,
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what's a sneaky link?
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So a sneaky link is like an elegant booty call.
15:33
Only you and the other person are aware of each other and
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it stays like that.
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I've never seen anybody graduate from Sneaky Link University.
15:41
So if you've graduated from that sneaky link role,
15:45
took my hat to you.
15:46
I'm curious how you got out of that position because your boy
15:50
was just one letter contact on the phone for six months.
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No birthdays, no dinners.
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And I would only,
15:57
I only knew her from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. Oh my
16:00
God. So, so,
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so would you recommend the sneaky link life to anybody asking for
16:05
a friend? Sneaky link life man.
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It's like I said,
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it's a, it's a tough one.
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I wouldn't recommend it for those that are built weak.
16:13
You have to be built strong to,
16:15
you know, withstand those those moments where you're just
16:19
one letter contact on somebody's phone like well,
16:23
feelings got hurt. Damn.
16:26
Oh, let's move on to the next one.
16:31
We got another. Let's see what she has to say.
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If he leaves his phone facing down during dinner,
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he's not your man.
16:43
Oh ah that is a fact.
16:48
You already know if he has his face down during dinner,
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Jenny, you're single,
16:51
right? You gotta,
16:53
you gotta keep your eyes.
16:54
You gotta keep your eyes pure for things like this.
16:56
If he has his phone facing down every time you go,
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what do you think is going on?
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But you don't think it's not like the focus on me.
17:05
He doesn't care about the notification.
17:07
Those are D MS from hinge D MS from Tinder D MS
17:12
from IG. That's why the phone is down 1000%.
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Like I'm violating bro codes right now,
17:19
but I'm trying to look out for you.
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So the phone is down and you see it down like say
17:28
that again. Ya Lozano say it again.
17:31
Just kidding. Sorry,
17:34
I love the accent.
17:35
It's so great. Oh OK.
17:38
Next one. Oh dang,
17:42
you just popping them out.
17:46
OK? If she likes your story while in a relationship,
17:51
she's flirting. Facts.
17:53
Really? Yes. OK.
17:56
Starts with the likes,
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OK? From the likes you go to the comments,
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from the comments, you go to the D MS,
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the D MS lead to the number and then it leads to
18:07
the walk of shame at 3 a.m. Shit.
18:10
You feel me? Yeah.
18:12
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
18:13
Why you liking my pictures?
18:15
That's true. You ain't like you didn't like the picture of
18:18
my dog. You didn't like the picture of the food that
18:20
I cooked yesterday. But the face when the face is in
18:23
play. That's true.
18:25
You're liking it, dude.
18:25
I fucking see that shit too on my stories when I post
18:28
a freaking like selfie and then a man with the,
18:33
with the girlfriend has the audacity to double tap.
18:36
That's what I'm saying.
18:37
Like you think she'd be cool with finding out that you,
18:40
that he likes it because it's like I,
18:42
I like what I see,
18:44
that's how I take it as a woman from the other side
18:46
I like what I see.
18:47
Shady. Don't do it,
18:49
guys don't do it.
18:50
All right. Let's,
18:51
let's do the last one.
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All Dominican men,,
19:02
all Dominican men do is cheat,
19:07
aren't you? Dominican?
19:09
Let me see that.
19:11
You see, it says right there,
19:16
this shit is clearly broken.
19:19
I'll get it fixed for you.
19:20
So we'll have more facts,
19:22
but clearly that was not a fact.
19:25
It's a little glitchy.
19:26
I guess it glitches out,
19:27
it gets hacked sometimes.
19:28
But yeah, that,
19:29
that was not a fact.
19:34
Speaking of all this love.
19:37
It's got me thinking sister.
19:39
I mean, I know the baby's not even here yet but
19:40
like when I have the,
19:42
it's time I have to talk with her.
19:44
That's gonna be rough.
19:45
Like, yeah. Yeah.
19:47
Like, I mean,
19:47
my parents kinda, we kinda had it,
19:50
it was kind of just like,
19:52
you know, it's always the cuate part and that's it.
19:57
Like, what do you mean elate?
19:59
Like home? Like drink water.
20:05
What does that mean?
20:06
My, my parents didn't really,
20:08
yeah, I never got the talk.
20:09
I kind of just one day we in school they just kinda
20:12
like poop. This is what happens and,
20:16
and then weirdly started getting these weird feelings where I was going
20:21
through changes and then,
20:22
yeah, but I think to help break this down and talk
20:27
to a professional about these feelings.
20:29
Right. We've been on Carla Montalvan,
20:31
a certified sex coach and the host of the Trace Cama podcast
20:35
I'm down. Let's go.
20:37
Carla. Are you there?
20:38
Hey, hi, everyone.
20:40
Hi. How are you guys?
20:41
Good. And you?
20:42
I'm doing great. First off,
20:44
like, what does the sex coach do?
20:47
Yeah. Ok. So a sex coach in comparison to like
20:50
a sexologist, which is a doctor.
20:53
They, they have more of this like physical component of
20:57
sex, right? They could tell you more about like the
20:59
anatomy that goes behind it,
21:01
the hormones, everything like that.
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A sex coach works from the co teaching perspective.
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So what I do is I work through all of these mental
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blockages, limiting beliefs,
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all of those things that are kind of here that don't let
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us work here. So I help people work through that.
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So we work through a lot of limiting beliefs.
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We talk through taboos,
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we talk through what's going on in your relationship.
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Body images. And yeah,
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I also experienced that when I was growing up.
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Like my talk was always either don't get pregnant.
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No, but I say like,
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don't get pregnant and no disease.
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And yeah, like I remember folding clothes when I was first
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trying to have sex and folding clothes.
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And my mom was like in the kitchen and I'm like,
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hey mommy, you know,
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when you were like a teen having to have sex that you
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have to like, start and stop a,
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a bunch of times and she just froze,
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conversation ended, didn't say anything.
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She just freaked out.
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And these topics are super important,
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like what you were saying,
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Alejandro and, and,
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and speaking of like taboos,
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so many of us were taught to have shame around sex
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like myself. is that normal?
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And like how can we move past it and,
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and to even, you know,
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be like you move past it enough to become a sex coach
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yourself. Well, I think it's part of the reason why
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I eventually became a sex coach because I experienced a lot of
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this shame myself and I had a ton of questions growing up
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and was always met with,
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oh my God, Que Guza,
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how are you asking these questions?
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This child is like we girl,
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she's like, you know,
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she wants to know about sex because for sure she wants to
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have sex. And it was like,
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no, I just want to know what is happening.
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You know, everyone around me is doing it.
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Porn industry is huge.
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So there is no teenager in the world that doesn't come across
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something pornographic once or twice.
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It's not normal. It's sort of normalize that we've been taught
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this like shame sort of culture in the Latino community,
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but it's not normal,
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it shouldn't be normal.
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And thankfully with newer generations,
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this is diminishing a lot probably because we've gone through that.
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And so we don't want our,
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our kids to experience that we want them to have pleasurable experiences
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and to know that sex is supposed to be pleasurable.
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Like I remember one time,
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like overhearing my grandma talk and she was like,
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everybody's talking about oral sex.
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I don't even know what that is.
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Like. Do you call your,
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your lover and you're like,
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just telling them and you know,
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I feel like now I have these conversations with her and I'm
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like, wow, imagine the amount of ingrained shame that at
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a grandmother level like a have to have.
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That is the biggest,
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probably the biggest issue that I see when somebody comes to me
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for sex coaching, they're ashamed.
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They can't even say the word vulva or penis or I don't
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know if you could say that life,
24:04
but we'll say it any final advice,
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Carla, any final advice that you have for a woman that
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or anyone for that matter,
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anyone that, that needs this sex advice.
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My biggest advice is always to first open yourself up to sex
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you know, not telling,
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you know, like go and sleep with everyone but just open
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yourself up to having these conversations,
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especially in relationships if I'm in a long term relationship and I'm
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only having sex once a month or I want to try something
24:35
new and my partner is not open to it.
24:38
So, having these conversations is super important and incorporating nuisance,
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you know, something new,
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whether it's a toy or a massage or going somewhere else.
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Getting away from your kids,
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your parents,,
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anything that is already very routine,
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like having sex at a different spot in the house.
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Like, maybe you've never tried the sturdiness of your kitchen table
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and this is a good time to do it.
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Don't do that. That's how the baby is coming.
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Like 00 from experience,
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I mean, do whatever you want but like maybe it's a
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great conceiving method. There you go.
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You're trying to get go to the kitchen table and also not
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making the orgasm, the main event of of everything.
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Yeah. The main goal,
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like I always say,
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first of all that women are ovens,
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not microwaves. So take your time.
25:31
Like if you were thinking about it as like we're making a
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pizza. If you stick a pizza in a microwave,
25:37
it's gonna be disgusting.
25:39
But if you, if you stick it in the oven,
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it's gonna be like crispy and perfect control the temperature and it'll
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take a little longer but it'll keep going for longer.
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Girl, I need your information for sure.
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I'll, I'll be hitting you up.
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Where can we find you that way?
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You know, people can,
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you can find me on the trama on Instagram,
26:01
youtube and on every streaming platform for podcast.
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Thank you. Thank you guys.
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Hello. All right,
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we are back, but now we have chef Vic Ramos in
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the house. Thank you guys.
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I mean, I'm sure you guys can see we have some
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bomb food and give us a taste of dr He brought the
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dr to us. Do you mind walking us through what
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we're looking at here?
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So here we have Aros Blanco,
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Avinu, Dominicana. Berney En Salada de papa and Pata
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No, Maduro.
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And then here we have my take on a Nashville hot chicken
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sandwich. I did my little remix to it and so
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I call it the Carrino chicken sandwich and it's fried chicken thigh
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with a coleslaw and a hot Chino glaze Passion Fruit.
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I'm learning all these new words today.
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All right. So Mara and with the plantains,
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I always see like instead of French fries,
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right? I I love smelling it but I am down to
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actually taste it now.
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Let's try it. All right here too for the Yeah,
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you got, that's a good bite right there.
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You gotta mix it.
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Mm Yeah, that's true.
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That's what I that is so true.
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Gotta get that in there.
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So I have a question.
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How was your experience growing up in California as a Dominican and
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Puerto Rican? Did that like inspire you to be a
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cook? Yeah,
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most definitely. It was,
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it was definitely an interesting one.
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growing up in a,
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in a elementary school,
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there was probably like one or two Dominicans and Puerto
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Ricans. I remember,
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I, I would bring some lunch to school and stuff,
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you know, the leftovers,
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you know, whether it was like poo Visao or Moro I
28:14
would bring in, people would be like,
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yo, what's that?
28:16
Like? That smells different and like good,
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different or como Yeah,
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most definitely. Yeah,
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they were very interested.
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Were they the trading lunch with you?
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I feel like I would.
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Yeah, I used to trade my lunch for Pokemon cards
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Oh Snap. That's cool.
28:37
Oh my God. I love that.
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The things so far.
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I mean, I think it's like honestly,
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it, it's delicious.
28:42
I'm not just saying it because you're here.
28:44
I'm not really, it's really good and honestly I know you
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said you told me earlier before this that you wanna open
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up a restaurant like you're gonna have your restaurant?
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Oh Thank you. And I wanna be invited.
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You have a special seat for.
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Thank you so much.
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I think it's delicious.
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It's delicious. And we gotta go in on these.
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No. Yeah. I mean it's like the syrup.
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Like the, what was it?
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The sauce again? The chino glaze,
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glaze. I just see it like dripping on the side.
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Let's do it. All right.
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All right. Let's grab these for this.
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Let's do it. You wanna tap them together with Sal.
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Sal? Yeah. Oh mm hm.
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What's the verdict I'm gonna say.
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Is this? Yes.
29:43
Oh my God because ok,
29:45
great. All that shit.
29:46
Like I don't know,
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bro. No. Then I'm,
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I'm gonna be real,
29:51
I'm gonna be real real like and not just because you're sitting
29:54
here 10 out of 10 like my,
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the best chicken sandwich I've ever tried literally the best chicken sandwich
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I've ever tried. I love it.
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I love it. I love it so much.
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I wanna the,
30:07
the crunch and the coleslaw because I don't like the coleslaw that
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much usually. But the acidic like flavors from the passion fruit
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with the savory from the chicken and it's just dripping and
30:22
I don't know, dude,
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it's sweet. It's sweet too.
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Like it's just, oh thank you.
30:28
My only regret is not going in sooner because not going in
30:33
sooner. Oh my God.
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OK. Like I,
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I feel bad eating in front of you.
30:37
You're just watching us and we're like,
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I'm gonna go back.
30:43
That's what I'm going to have for lunch,
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guys. What side of you comes out more with the cooking
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You think the Dominican Puerto Rican?
30:48
Like the Cali boy?
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Like what kind of shines through you think?
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I definitely think the Dominican side because my family,
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my, most of my Dominican family is here.
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compared to my dad's side who's Puerto Rican.
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And so just growing up,
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I would, you know,
31:05
always be cooking with my mother and my grandmother and that's the
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base of her cooking.
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So she's kind of like my mentor and teacher and all
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all things culinary.
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So, but I definitely also like to incorporate California cuisine
31:21
and that inspiration just because that's how I was growing
31:26
up and I was growing up on fresh produce and,
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you know, we and in my mom's house,
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we have like a lot of citrus and a lot of we
31:34
have our own garden.
31:35
So I try to incorporate that with my Caribbean influence,
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the og organic shit.
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Not like that store.
31:42
Bother. They had it in the freaking patio like on the
31:44
window sill, it tastes better because of that too.
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And so we also know you bring,
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you know, you bring food and parties together through parties in
31:54
L A called Capua or how do you,
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how do you pronounce it?
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Capa Capua called Capua.
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What else do you got going on?
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I do a lot of private dinners,
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host a lot of like coursed out dinners and stuff.
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My sister is actually also a chef and so she's my
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partner in these private dinners.
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Our brand is called Casa de Lola and it's a homage
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to my grandmother. So yeah,
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so we, we provide five course meal that's inspired by
32:28
Caribbean cuisine kind of like on an elevated level.
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Yeah. So, I mean,
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I'm kind of curious,
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have you served these Chinese celebrities that we might know or,
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yeah, most definitely.
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no, no,
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most definitely.,
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I've cooked,,
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I'm currently still cooking for Cardi B.
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I,,
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I have cooked for offset obviously.
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Yeah, thank you.
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You're already on the road there to that restaurant.
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Like you said, you're gonna get your restaurant.
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I'm telling you right now,
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I'm telling you right now.
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Like this is too good,
33:06
too good. I appreciate it.
33:08
But keep going. You said Cardi B let me,
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let me pull out my list right now.
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Now, Anthony I've cooked for Anthony Davis,
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Los Angeles Lakers player.
33:20
Yes. The mayor of Los Angeles Karen Bass bia
33:26
Tokes. That's all I could think of right now.
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I mean, that's,
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that's a big list already.
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So heavy hitters. Thank you so much.
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And, and where can we find you?
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Like, where can people find you that way?
33:37
They see like your pop up events,
33:39
you know, they're able to go and show support.
33:41
Where can they find you?
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You can find me on Instagram at Chef Vic Ramos.
33:48
You can follow my party page which is capicola underscore L
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A. And then you could also follow me and
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my sister's catering page at Lola's Supper Club.
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So, yeah. Well,
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there you go. We got parties,
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we got food, we got vibes.
34:06
It's all good. So thanks again,
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chef for coming through and again,
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blessing us. With these amazing dishes.
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Yeah, I don't know what else to say.
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I'm just, I'm hungry,
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bro. Like I wanna go in,
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I'm gonna go in,
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I call dibs like I call dibs on these.
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Yeah. No, no,
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thank you. No,
34:21
thank you guys. Honestly,
34:23
I appreciate you guys enjoying the food and if you want some
34:26
more food, just pull up to the next capicola,
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go capicola L A.
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We'll be there and that's it for this episode.
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Thank you guys so much for joining.
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We really appreciate you tuning in.
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Right. Well, we'll see you on the next one.
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Bye.