Natty reminisces about field day. Rufus and Pig reminisce about food!
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Aloysius J. Pig 0:04
Okay, first things first, I really got to say hello, radio Fremont class today, we’re really happy you’re here and we’re happy that you’re gonna stay, and yada yada yada that you hit a play hip hop array, right? It’s me. I was just jpg.
Natty Bumpercar 0:22
Okay, yeah, sorry. It’s me. Natty Bumpercar started to start to step on you like that big no problem. How was Did you practice it before? Because it doesn’t sound like you did.
Aloysius J. Pig 0:32
I? Well, I was freestyle. And that’s what you do. And it’s what you in the bass. It’s what you do. You know, you you come up onto a hot mic and you’re like, Oh, I’m gonna spit some bass. I’m gonna say I’m gonna, you know, I got some rhymes. I got some bars. Bars. I’m gonna. I’m gonna give it to the people right now. Gift. I’m gonna give you the gift of my words.
Natty Bumpercar 0:54
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Aloysius J. Pig 1:29
I don’t know. I
Rufus T. Rufus 1:30
know not. I decided everyone. This is me. Rufus to Rufus. I’m a lawyer here for the bumper podcast and I don’t really dip my toe into marketing because I feel like that’s the dark arts. I feel like it’s mystical, magical stuff that I don’t want to be involved with. But I think probably seeing people you will have stuff in your ears is not the best
Aloysius J. Pig 1:55
tagline. Yeah, well, I did go to a restaurant once. And on the front it said welcome to this restaurant. When you leave, you’ll have food in you.
Natty Bumpercar 2:07
Okay, so it wasn’t even like we’re friends meat or anything. It was just your you are gonna have food in you. At least it was food. It wasn’t just like your belly. Oh, have something some something.
Rufus T. Rufus 2:19
I just I used to eat when I was a boy child I used to eat at a restaurant called something something and whenever you go in, they’d have a special of the day. And I’d have to say is it’s a young man, what would you like to eat today? And I’d say you want to order the spreadsheet you just say add like little salt and salt. Yeah. And then you’d get it they’d bring it out to you or whatever it was for the day.
Aloysius J. Pig 2:43
I can’t believe you used to go to some some I’d ever do ever have to some some SassaFrass souffle. Oh, it was some magical stuff. Well, okay,
Natty Bumpercar 2:53
before we start, this is great. You guys are going down memory lane. But before this is actually an episode kind of about memory lane. Not restaurants. But about field day because this week it’s Field Day at the kids school
Rufus T. Rufus 3:08
Aloysius. I’ll talk to you on the side about something some I really feel like we could probably open a franchise around here. Can you imagine the lines? People I think people be nervous at first but then once they get a taste Yeah, they do. They’d be right in they have some some special all day all day long Swan songs on special running song some special with extra gravy.
Aloysius J. Pig 3:31
I mean, yeah, I think maybe we could do that. Put our focus on some some and move away from this old podcasting because this is a guy you go ahead and talk about your field day.
Natty Bumpercar 3:44
Okay, cool. Um, I love that I’m the backup plan now. So anyway, I remember growing up with field day, and you know, it was we used to do things like three three legged race and I don’t know like water balloon toss, and there was like a giant jump rope and everybody that would be spinning and you’d have to jump the rope and whatever. And it was a tug of war. I remember very specifically in tug of war it was it was on an asphalt blacktop and my team last but not only last, but like we I don’t know how the people pulled us and drugged us across the blacktop is what I remember. And
Rufus T. Rufus 4:30
I remember the tug of war now. So remember, at my school, when I went back to the schoolhouse, the school mom would say, everybody, it’s time for Field Day, and we’d all get very excited. But you understand I’m a little bit older than you and I grew up in a more rural area, aggregate farmers whatnot, and for fun for us Field Day was and they would just send us out into the field. You know, go on out into the field. Now
Aloysius J. Pig 5:02
that’s so funny because where I grew up, I grew up on a farm because I’m a pig and all you know, and for us, everyday was field day the way they’d say, We they’d feed us they still eat. So we like to say, Okay, I’ve got to the field and we had just one sheep. She would say, oh, it’s field day, you get all excited. I’m like it yesterday was good. Like, tomorrow is gonna be field day. Every day is field day. We’re on a farm.
Natty Bumpercar 5:33
Okay. So obviously, you guys, your experiences are very different from my experience, like because I was a kid in school.
Rufus T. Rufus 5:42
I’m pretty sure I indicated that I was also a young young living child in a school. I mentioned my school mom. Yeah.
Natty Bumpercar 5:51
I agree. So but the so the difference is, so we had like, you know, a playground and we would play like dodgeball, which was super fun. And there was we played like, capture the flag, and just all kinds of silly races, like, egg on a spoon.
Aloysius J. Pig 6:10
I know, I know, we’re not supposed to talk about something, something you already told me that. But they had this thing on the weekends, it was called the egg on a spoon. It was delicious. It was like this deviled egg. And it was right on the spoon. Right. So you didn’t have to like pick it up and get you know, that egg goop on you. It was just right down around the spoon. And so you’d say like, Hey, can we get an appetizer of egg on a spoon and then they bring you out I think there was six or eight or whatever. And on a on a little platter. And all the eggs are on different spoons. And so then everybody could just reach in grade the spoon, an egg on the spoon, but sometimes the egg would actually fall off and you’d lose it so that’s that’s so funny because that’s exactly what the egg on the spoon race is given deviled eggs to children who are outside that sounds like a good recipe for for some some stomach
Rufus T. Rufus 7:08
issues. No, no, no,
Natty Bumpercar 7:09
no sorry. So they’re not even they’re not real eggs. They’re just like plastic eggs like, like you find it Easter or whatever. And but they go on on spoons, and so they’re kind of slippery. And it’s a relay so the kids have to run back and forth with the egg on the spoon. The spoon drops you have to bend down, pick the egg up, put it back on the spoon and keep going until your team wins. There’s a lot of there’s a lot of team activities that feel
Aloysius J. Pig 7:34
it sounds like a it’s like a team building exercise or their trust falls and stuff like that. I think Hey, Rufus, do you think we should have a field day for the for the bumper podcast? Like maybe get everybody together and have I mean wouldn’t be many people obviously yeah, we could I don’t know we could try
Natty Bumpercar 7:51
so there’s no trust falls in grade school. I don’t and that’s the saddest thing is like field day pretty much in grade school like it doesn’t happen I don’t think maybe it does in middle school and stuff but it’s why why not just keep having field days everybody loves Field Day kids freak out for field day because it’s so much fun because it’s very low stakes but there’s also competition and and and who wins everybody wins because it’s Field Day
Rufus T. Rufus 8:24
sorry Aloysius I was over here looking through our contracts and what actually it is this is page 14 section eight subset F which I guess could stand for field day where it says that we are actually not allowed to participate in sporting activities as a group that’s no good. Yes and No of course unfortunately you know that this what this came from correct
Aloysius J. Pig 8:55
Ah wow, I didn’t even think about it. It’s just because in a time that Doodle Poodle Okay, everybody let somebody say
Doodle Poodle 9:05
hi, it’s me. I was just over in my studio making say to every party her podcast what
do the Buddha Nature me i producer and nothing as stepped out. I don’t know where he went exactly. But every day the gang here was talking about Field Day. And then reverse suggested that perhaps we should have a bumper podcast Field Day and but then he was looking through some papers and evidently there was
Aloysius J. Pig 9:51
it was an episode there was a thing that happened and we tried feel that’s such a section If I can’t remember exactly who was not sure Okay
listen, doodle poodle everybody has put it behind you. Everybody has forgotten and we’re gonna move on and I’m sorry that you were even brought into this this was actually you know this is honestly a mistake obviously. And you go back and do your totals and everything is gonna be okay
Doodle Poodle 10:25
I just want to make sure that everybody’s not mad at me or nothing though guys I’m still pretty sad about everything that happened and I want everybody to forgive me but I’m not gonna
send you some kind of upset don’t ever you should come down do you don’t need all everything is going to be a girl Hi
Natty Bumpercar 10:50
natty hey did I do to poodle just walk past me in the hall and he seemed a little bit upset is everything okay?
Aloysius J. Pig 10:57
Yeah, we were talking about field day and somebody said his name and then he came in but then he seemed like he got kind of upset and yeah,
Rufus T. Rufus 11:06
I saw him as well. Where you got to do to someone referred to the incident because you know we were contractually we’re not supposed to talk about the incident
i May I might I may I might have said something but I tried not to be specific at all. I didn’t want to upset him I am feel bad now that if he’s upset we were having such a nice episode talking about the restaurant restaurant and the fate of day memories. By the way in the swamp school where I went because I’m a frog we had a beautiful field. Oh, that’s good. Lily. Lily pad from toss
Natty Bumpercar 11:44
you play frog toss but your frogs what?
Aloysius J. Pig 11:46
None of this makes any sense to me. Hey, we’re a real fish you want to get out of here.
Rufus T. Rufus 11:51
Let’s go talk about something some French Ah, all
Natty Bumpercar 11:55
right. Well have fun it Field Day.
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