Speaker 2: Rated Reese
Speaker 1: What pisses me off the most lately has been bad drivers. I've developed road rage that I've never had. People are driving me absolutely insane on the roads. Not paying attention, and switching over and driving slow in the fast passing lanes and shit. Drives me crazy.
My worst habit is probably bitting my nails, picking my nose. I got quite a few of them. Spending money. Spending money is a horrible habit of mine.
I'd have to say, She-Hulk was pretty bad, back in the day. She-Hulk was bad as fuck. She might be too brolic, though, I don't like that Amazon shit. If a girl's over 5'7", I couldn't fuck with it. All the girls in the old heavy metal cartoon from the 70's. They're all bad in that shit.
Do I cook? Poorly, but yes I cook. My girlfriend probably is not thrilled with my cooking but I can cook some chicken and some bullshit. Here right now.
Speaker 3: So that's your best dish? Chicken?
Speaker 1: Probably, chicken-ish type things.
Speaker 3: Can you elaborate on the "type things"?
Speaker 1: Like vegetables. I've been trying to cook healthier and eat healthier lately. I definitely am doing a whole bunch of vegetable stuff and kale and shit I've never eaten before which I have to eat a lot of now.
No, it's gotta be on. I gotta have visual, I gotta see shit. I gotta see pussy, I gotta see titties, I gotta see ass. I have to see insertion and penetration and shit. It's very important to me. I'm a very visual person. I need to see the penis going in the vagina.
Oh, fuck. Probably taste. Because everything else would be fucking crazy. People always say oh if you're blind or deaf, those are horrible. Both of those are fucking terrible. So I'd have to say, fuck I don't care, I'll not taste anything as long as I live.
Speaker 3: What's the best thing-
Speaker 4: Shut up!
Speaker 1: Oh, no. I'm gonna change that to smell. Smell, fuck smell. Who really needs smell.
My crazy schedule, music, traveling, always being gone, studio all the time, excessively. That's it. I mean if you can survive that you're in there.
Fuck that! Shit, damn, that's a tough one. Something fucking crazy like lions. People don't really fuck with lions too much. Lions is pretty good, that's pretty much the top of everything.
Speaker 2: Rated Reese.

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