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S1E3: Beauty's Bits with Kelly Zemnickis


Beauty's Bit's S1:E3 - Kelly Zemnickis

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Hello everyone, and welcome back to the beauty and the be show. This is a little segment that we call beauty's bits. That's with a Benut with a tea. If you want to see the tee's you gotta check out my only fans. And we are here today with an amazing guest. She's all the way from Canada. She combines cooking and comedy and comedy and cookie. She's got the three seas going on. I don't know, maybe she's a seat. I don't know what. We'll get to that in a moment, but welcome everyone. Welcome Kelly's some Nickas. Hey, oh my gosh, how is it going? It is awesome to be here. Yeah, I definitely do a lot of a lot of cooking and a lot of comedy. I certainly do. Um, I would deed myself like an O Gefoodie, like I'm I'm an old school foody. I go back with this term, you know, and I say this because when I was a kid, like fifth grade or so, I would bring homemade pies and cakes and tarts to parties. Yeah, yeah, Cuz that's what every ten year old wants for their birthday. Fuck the Nintendo, they want a pecan Pie. Clearly that is the way to get the boys to like you when you're a kid. Actually it's not. In hindsight, that was a terrible way to see if todd like to me, but it was the way to find out todd had a severe nut allergy. So my dad. Let's see, yeah, I apologize, Todd. I Apologize. I've got invited to a lot of parties as a kid like, which was really awesome for my ego, but in hindsight I think the parents were just invited, like encouraging their kids to invite me, because I was basically catering for free. But I was, I was helping MOMS and dad's out without knowing. So there you go, little tip you can use if you were ten. Yeah, it's a as a kid like I couldn't wait to be an adult, like I just dreamed of being a grown up, being, you know, being older than I was, and that that definitely exuded through my personality. I think also the pants suits that I wore didn't help matters much. I think supported a lot of pantsuits back in the back, in the day, and because of this, whenever we go on school trips, I was frequently mistaken for the teacher. A lot of times got mistaken for the teacher and I you know, a lot of boys are hot for teacher here. That A lot. It is. It is not how hot. It is not as hot, though, when you are mistaken for the teacher, like it's not as sexy when they think you're actually the teacher. There's bit of Mystique that is missing there. They want the idea of the teacher, not the actual teacher. So Yeah, learned that young I did. Indeed. I celebrated my covid versary by making a sourdost starter. Yay, just bring in that loop back to a March two thousand and twenty. But I love, I love seeing how many of my American friends, though, are getting the vaccine, like that's amazing. You know you're getting that. The role out here in Canada is pretty slow, I have to say. So, for the first time in my life I can safely say I would feel safe for in America right now and in Canada. Never thought those words would come out of my mouth, but thank you pandemic. That made that happen. Something kind of cool. During...

...the pandemic I met someone, which is pretty wild given that the world chaddown, but we met a in a zoom meeting because that is where I live at the moment and I feel like in a couple of years this is going to, you know, be like a very old timy answer. You know, I actually just I could just see our future kids like how did mom and dad me in a zoom? Oh Hmm, was was grandma hosting the meeting? It's gonna be the norm. Just go it a few years. But it's so weird because, like we live in different cities, so we're not actually able to be on, you know, in a room together, so we're doing the zoom room thing. You know, we had a date the other night. I put on the fireplace background it it feels like the Matrix. Is What this feels like like. Nothing is real. You know, I'm I'm dating a guy who's one thousand and eighty pixels. It's so strange. I don't know. I worried that, like the next man who touches me I will propose marriage to. You know, it's just it's been a long time, it really have. I went for I went for an ekg couple days ago get my butt, my heart checked out. I'm fine. I'm not slowly fine. It's just a general checkup, which is you know, I am okay, but I will say it felt so good to show someone my boots. Oh well, that was nice. You know what the girls out be seen. It's just spoken and while I was there in the table, I asked the nurse, do you want to see anything else, and she said No. She was pretty adamant she was. We just doing her job. You know. I do feel, though, that it was a tadbit excessive for hospital security to escort me out after, though. I feel like too much. You know, I'm just a gal trying to find love. That's all, guys. That's all. Thanks so much. I'm Tillisn't because that was awesome. That was that was great. I know it's kind of be a bitch trying to date through this pandemic going on. Like I couldn't imagine it. I'm like, is the worst I got? I I've been stood up in real life and I have now been stood up in zoom dates, which which is just like, infinitely more depressing than being at a bar as being in your living room, like he's not logging on. It's so it's a level of sadness. I didn't think I'd reach, but I reached. I know I would be mortified. I'd be like here I am, sitting at home and no one's on zoom. It's just me alone, talking to myself. Get dressed up, like did the hair, did the makeup? I'm like, oh, but my my favorite of the being stood up stories that I've had. There's only been a couple, but still that's a couple too many. But I I tweeted after one of them that I was like, you know, screw this, I'm going to order a domino's pizza, and Domino's Pizza Canada tweeted me back and said we're king for your pizza. Oh my gosh, it's awesome. Yes, so that was I know it's like yes, yes, like score, I don't get a date, but damn, I got a pizza day, and a large one at that. Fancy, I'm gonna Pizza Canada to the to the rest. Yes, yes, that's awesome. I would totally try that. But... in America, like back in the S, they had like a thirty minutes or lest deal and the house where I lived it wasn't that hard to find. It was on a main road. But the guy showed up. He didn't have, you know, the soda that came with the meal, so he went back to the store, got it, came back. It's like my dad was not going to pay for it because it wasn't the complete meal. And thirty minutes so they're are arguing and everything, and meanwhile, like my dad was like a drinker and everything. So there's like beer hands on the table. Like my cousin Melissa was over, she was sitting like with a feet up on the table, had like a beer in her hand. Right, the guy calls the cops, right. So the cops come to the House and they arrest my dad and that's what stopped the thirty minutes less. Oh Wow, true story issues. So yeah, the COP show because they see my cousin Melissa sitting there with the beer and my dad's arguing and like the whole house is just chaotic at that point. All that wild. This is my childhood. Oh God, that's yeah, I think you and your pizza story. Yeah, that is not something I have ever witnessed. I the closest. No one was arrested, but the closest I can get to like cops arriving at at a house that was not pre planned. I'd been briefly seeing a guy who was Scottish. He was new to Toronto and so he was celebrating all the things that were celebrated back home, like Robbie Burnsday, and he decided he was going to have a barbecue to celebrate, I think it was Robbie Burnsday, I think, and he was going to set off fireworks in his backyard. You couldn't do this if you have a permit. He did not. He didn't need he pretended he had one. It was really weird. And in Toronto, in the area that he lived in, not too long before there had been a mask shooting about a block away. Okay, so the fireworks go off and fireworks can sound a lot like gunshots, you know, and the cops got there pretty quickly. We heard the ambulances and the sirens maybe within about fifteen minutes, and in walks the bomb squad. I'd never seen a bomb squad in my life. I saw like an AK forty seven up close and I'm a pretty tiny girl, so it's about the size of me. That was the closest we got. No one got arrested, though, and I never that. I never saw that guy again. We I. I guess he went back home after that. I did, and I got really sick after roots. Actually, I'll blame him for that too. I came down at the terrible cold wild that was. Yeah, I'd never seen one of those guns before, but h yeah, not a good scene. No, no, and I lived not too far. I live like maybe ten minutes away from Atlantic City. So yeah, if we hear stuff, it is usually gun shots. It is. You can tell the difference, like every I don't know if you do this on like the fourth of July or you know, here in Canada it'll be Canada day or Labor Day. But on occasion I have played where...

...those gun shots or where those fireworks and once, I once or twice, that was gun shots. M Yeah, Yep, yeah, Yep, it's very unfortunate, but anything, I know. I know it's like when I was younger. So it's like we couldn't set off fireworks around here. We did anyway, but we used to go like Virginia, we used to go camping down there and come home with a truckful of fireworks. Well, my dad said, in them off in the backyard. My Dad's a great example here. Um, he's setting them off right. Everybody's having fun. We're all having a good time. Yeah, wow, the smoke starts drifting down the street and ends up the fire the fireman all come there's fulice like everywhere and we're just like, we didn't do it. Your your family needs a sitcom shoot one of those things. It was like one of those finner things. One time it came off the wood that it was attached to and ended up in the house. Oh No, it's like, oh my gosh, and just went out. Everything was fine. I'm like, Dear Lord, we can't have pizza, we can't have fireworks. You know, what can I say? I I had a boyfriend gift me fireworks one Valentine's Day, which was, I mean the the the presentation was rather attractive, like he he took a bunch and he wrapped them up as if it was a bouquet of flowers. I wouldn't have wrapped it in paper as he did, because they work fire cracked, you know. Yeah, and we met at a restaurant and he presents me with this bouquet of fire crackers and I was like what what do I do with this, because I lived, I lived in in a Condo at the time and I had to like a tiny little home and I was like, well, I can't what what that was. That was by far the strange just present I ever received, and the way I disposed of it was, Oh God, I should not admit this, but it was a long time ago so and nothing bad happened, but I did. I did take them eventually to the Garbagein at the corner of my street and I put them in there and then for about a month I solidly watched that garbage can from my window just to make sure no one put a cigarette down. It is terrible. Oh yeah, I was so afraid because I lived at the time and like the oldest section of Toronto, so I was in a phistorical building to begin with. I should never have done that. I shouldn't have admitted to us, but I did. We all do stuff like that. Let we just do you know, it's there. It's like another good firework story. I was shooting the series. It was Zombie TV. It was kind of like we're the walking dead meat Saturday night live and we're shooting it over at my cousin John's House and I made like this awesome gun like out of like fool noodles and stuff, and we're like, you know, Oh, Hey, let's put some fireworks in the ends and like...

...videotape smoke coming off or whatever, and I'm like, okay, yeah, let's do this. So, like I'm down, like we got it propped up on a table, got the fire crackers in there and and I'm thinking. I'm like, Um, Shit, we put them in the wrong way. So Shit, right before they went off, I ducked and covered. The camera went rolling off into the grass. It just went. I was like, dude, we got to use that footage because that is funny. Right. Oh my God, everything was okay, though. Oh yeah, everything was wine. It was a good thing that I noticed that. I'm like, legit right down to say. I'm like, you know, I think put these in back. Oh, oh my goodness, here's the cool thing, because they were encased in the pool noodles. The pool noodles didn't blow up or anything. They were like tough as anything. It's like, wow, cool, cool. I've never let a fire cracker or the closest I got into was a sparkler on a cake which I think when we are able to celebrate and have parties again, I think sparklers are going to be the thing. I think candles are are going to go in the cupboard for a bit. Yeah, because you kind of can't blow them out anymore. They nope, not gonna have and not gonna happen. I was watching a video with Oh goodness, it was some it was some Hollywood TV start from from back in the golden era who recently had a birthday. I cannot think of the guy's name right now, but they they had a socially distant outdoor birthday party. Put candles on the cake. Don't really know why they did. He blew them out and then someone was like, oh my goodness, we can't eat this and they had to throw the cake out. Oh, this big sheet cake just went in the garbage. Well, why did you do that? Why would you put candles on it? I know it's like you can't blow, you can't, you can't blow, you can't. Well, that party, after that, that party blew. I feel like that's a good bumper sticker for two thousand and twenty. Yeah, blown, like, Oh man, Oh my God, I don't know. I don't know what I mean. I'm like, I'm approaching what probably will be quarantine birthday number two. Oh yeah, which is fine. Like how did that? I was your birthday last year. We just stayed here and that was it. You know, we didn't go out. It was, you know, by a cake, no candles. I don't really do the candle thing anyway. So, you know, we just seated you know, you ordered out and had some cake. That's it. I had a I had a friend were eats me a slice of cake, which was so sweet. That was like that was the nicest little gesture. But I'm such, you know, being a Foodie, like I'm such a person to have like people over for dinner. I always pick a restaurant to go to. Maybe do like a brunch thing with a couple of girlfriends. But yeah, I'm hopeful. Maybe there can be an outdoor thing if the weather's okay, but Toronto in April is pretty shit weather, so I'm probably going to be alone again. So it's fine. You should have a zoom birthday party and flayed all your Zumis...

...too, and we'll hang out, we'll get like cake or something and we'll all eat it together and you know, we'll Roasha, one will rush. Oh my gosh, I just did a birthday roast for for a friend, Tarik Christian widner, yes, and I said to her I was like, I hope inviting me to a roast is the silliest thing you do in your forties. Because I mean as heat from the fact that you know I'm Canadian and we apologize a lot for things. It seems so not good at roasting. It's just not. It's not in my skill set, which I feel like a Comedians, we should have that in our pocket to a degree, like be able to like do a good like put down, you know, in a gentle way. But it is not my it. That's that's a work on for me for two thousand and twenty one as a comic. Is Too is to be better at that because, like no one believes I get angry. You know, it's like, of course you square, of course you look. I do. I promise, I'm right. I'm right there with you. With the roasting. It's like you gotta have like some right in the back pocket. That can work for anyone anything. It's like Bam. You know, I did like a roasting. It was like a Halloween thing and I made it pass like the first round or whatever, and it was funny. The guy that was roasting me then he had to compete up against another loser in that round and he's like getting ready to roast this other person, but he's still roasting me. So like our cameras are off, but I popped on for a second, popped it on, flip them the bird and popped off. He didn't see it, whatever one else did. It's like look, you lost, Dude, get over I love that. And then I had to roast someone. We took we turned it into the nicest roast, you know. It's like, well, he's so sweet. You know, he's got this great accent and you should really follow his shows. Like we couldn't roast each other. I feel like that's more like like basting to use like cooking. Turns like I'm not roasting so much as birth we're just basting it. We're exactly it's like just get that in there, you know. It's like my did have fun though. This birthday, though, I did get roasted over the blue mic. I was like, yeah, let's make this an event. It was funny because I was like, yeah, I want to be roasted on my birthday and then all of a sudden everybody else trickled down because my birthdays in January. So then everybody's like I want a birthday or so I want a birthday roast. Oh so then last year, I'm assuming you would have been able to have like a few folks. Oh wait, last year, that's right. Oh my God, I black out. Last year, I've left. It was right before the pandemic. I was in rehearsals for the Laramie project over in Atlantic city and I wasn't going to go to the rehearsal because it was my birthday, but the directors like all bake cupcakes. I was like okay, I'm it. Oh my God, that's awesome. So she did the whole cast. We had like a cast of twin me and like five for, you know, the lights and things like that. So we had like this massive blow out and they're like can it be somebody's birthday every day, because it was like the tech rehearsal that wouldn't die. Oh my Gosh, dud. Were you guys able to do the show or did they? Did your city start to shutdown soon after we were able to do the show? We got that showing and it was amazing too, because the plays based off of Matthew Shepherd. He was this gay kid that got the Snot beat out of him and he died. And we did like this human fence thing, but we were linked armed arm, hand to hand. And here's the kicker. None of US got covid. We all still keep in touch with one another and we're like,...

...because covid came out like in November, but like nobody knew anything about it until like March pretty much, and then we were we were like so lucky. I was like, Oh my God, it's like we're like the dirties. People ever touching ants like every day. It was crazy. I'm like we made it, though. We made it. That is awesome. I was I was working, I do some tech at a comedy club here in Toronto called the social capital, and I was like, I remember that last show I end it would ended up being my last show. During the show, my mom texted me to say Tom Hanks has covid and that was like wool, that's like could and I just from I just remember looking around the room like should I be here? Should we be doing this? Tom Hanks has it and that that was like the moment where it just got like. I've never met Tom Hanks, you know, I don't know if I ever will, but that was the moment for me where I was like, Oh, oh, oh, it's real, it's real. Has It? Oh No, yeah, never met Tom Hanks, but I a lot of people think I'm related to that director. He's worked with before, Roberts the machas. So my fake brother has met Tom Hanks. So there we go. I'll worry. I have one of my best friends. Her name is Jennifer Capone, and she does the whole thing with al. Capone is like, Yep, that's my uncle, that's my she's like, it's so cool, though, they have the same last name. One day, I want to read. One day I want to introduce Robertson Mack has and my brother, who is named Robert. I Want Robertson Nickos and Robertson mecas to do a podcast. Oh, that would be awesome, like yes, yes, I think it would work. Oh, Geus to come and like my brother, Robert is I is a furniture designer. He's based out of Miami, so he theoretically could like fashion. Some couches for Robertson maccas. That would be awesome. That internet make that happen exactly. It's like. But I love how to finding you with your actual birthday last year. Thank you. Actually forgot about like, what was I doing? Oh, yes, that play where it had like ten parts. That one bla down completely. Like that's okay. It's hard to it's hard to remember doing shit like holding hands with people and being in a play together. It's you know, I see stuff on TV and I'm like proud. Scenes make me so nervous. I'm like I was like my crowd, Gena is about to come. I've got a live show on Friday, and I'm like I don't know how to handle this. I'm like there's gonna be people. There's in it in a club or outside in a I believe it's a REC center. It's another. It's a fund raisers, like I do a ton of fundraisers. So I got contacted of the one thing that we have here in America. I don't know if it's in Canada. It's called GIG Salad. Then it like yes, and I was like, well, I'm on like the FREEB thing. I was like there's no sense in paying for it right now because there's nothing open. So, you know, I was like, I got contacted. It's like they wanted to clip or whatever, so I sent them one and,... know, Bam and I'm like, okay, how long do I get? About a half hour, nice, thirty minutes and Weet, Oh my God, I have not been because Toronto, Toronto, for a couple of months last year, clubs were open, theaters were like movie theaters were open for a couple of months, but we've been pretty much outdoor digs up here. So I personally, I have not been in a club since Debruary two thousand and twenty, being a rec center or Comedy Club. I feel like my first two minutes are just going to be my going like yes, there's so many people, oh my God, they're real, the real roof. Wow, I'm not in a box anymore. Wow, there's space outside, I can move a rat, I have legs, I have that was the wild eye. The first show I did was an outdoor show. JANIS ISRAEL OFF, a Toronto comic who's been doing doing some stuff online too. She had an outdoor show and that I felt like I was in a movie, like holding a mic stand again, looking the MC had the standups. What this wow, I like. And now the best part, it gets to come with me wherever I go, wherever it was. It was so surreal I think I'm going to weep like a baby when I'm in a green room again. It's yeah, I know it's going to be like this is heaven is. Yeah, like I miss it so much, like I went from literally doing theater shows I did. That wasn't the last show. I was in rehearsals for two shows at a time. So I was in I was also in a murder mystery cafe, murder like right after, and it's like the place was flooded with people and I was like, I miss that, you know, very much. I missed the walk up music, I miss I missed those, those butterflies of like checking your makeup in the mirror, making sure everything's good, walking up stage. You know just where's the light? You know, I know, I, I. I can't wait. I. Yeah, yeah, my sister heckling me. That's what I missed the most, like, damn, I used to go this one open my girl that ran it. We were together for a while because we've done the vagina monolog so anything that came out in my mouth was normal. So, yeah, we she us the heckling and sometimes we would have been have a queue and a on stage afterwards. Fina monologs. Yeah, that was that's a cool show. I enjoyed that a lot. But a friend of mine did that here in Toronto many, many moons ago. That's how. Yeah, I've only I don't know. I did like high school production stuff. I was in Greece. I played Jam, the one who's always eating, which even my brand. That was pretty on Brandy Kelly's. She based off here. Here you go, you're in here. What else did I do? I was in Oklahoma. I played aunt Heller. Yeah, and I got cast in Oklahoma. Apparently that was in my high school pace. Like that was the GRUNGE era. So I was doing like granny boots and like, you know, just older timey looking wood see stuff, and that's how apparently I got cast in Oklahoma, because they're like you have the wardrobe.

Yeah, I like, you're in here, in here, it's like let's do it, let's do and I it's another story about me patching a cold. I got it. I got a really bad pulled during that production. And so they had a little set piece of like my house that was like a fake, fake little, you know, front of the house thing behind it, no one in the audience but notice, but behind it was like a row of petals just making tea constantly. So I didn't yes, things you don't know about are happening backstage. It's like some oh my gosh, similar thing happened to me my first murder mystery ever. We're about to do this show. It was like double packed and everything, and I like practically lost my voice a few days beforehand. Oh No, so someone was like get those fisherman cough dropped and keep doing that. And then I fight. I had enough voice to do my part because I, like my part, disappeared. I wasn't the killer, but like I disappeared like until the end, like after a certain point, like I was I was. I wasn't the killer, I wasn't the victim, but I just disappeared, like my character somehow just disappeared for a while. So we're doing the show right, it's totally packed. They bought me on literally a week before the show because they had it. They had someone drop out and they got me back. They got me on it. I learned my lines like legit in two days. It's like Bam, we were good to go. So I'm saying I do my thing, I'm standing, you know, where I'm supposed to, where I'm hidden from the crowd and stuff, and I'm listening. I'm like the fuck just happened? I was like how did we jump like forty pages? Sounds like I have to get back out there like this. This is like the shortest murder mystery and the director was like he's she's like, I don't know what the hell just happened out there. She was like, Christine, you were fine after I left. It just went down the tubes. I'm like wow, well, that's funny. I stage managed a few murder mysteries. A friend of mine has a company, or had a company here in Toronto doing them, and I remember we were doing wanted a seniors residence and and the show went fine, but during the the prep and have claimed thing are, you know, our house music? We went with like s rock. We thought that would work with like the crowd that we had, and this older lady came up to me during an Elvis Song and asked me to turn that music down, but wow her down your rocket roll there, Kelly. That at music too aggressive, right. I love that so much. Yeah, and people, good old days. Yeah, it's feeling like a hearing aid adjustments of like WHO's the killer? N It's so much fun. Huh. It'll be back one day. One day patrons will be I've worked as a NA share. One day will be yelled at by audience members again. I know. I can't wait for that. I can't. Okay, I had some of my best times with the audience there. For my stuff was just audience participation and like just, you know, riffing from the crowd. I'm like, when I come behind zoom, I'm like, I got a race stuff. I don't know how to do that. I'm used to working off of things and people and you know, yeah, a friend of mine, a great ton of Comic, William Kelly, that's his thing... is doing stuff with the crowd. So I've not seen him at all on Zeeing because it just doesn't fit, you know, his style. I've been, I feel like I've been fortunate just in the way that I, you know, am more like a storyteller in my comedy and I a bit more conversational. So I feel like Zeem's kind of fit fit my style pretty pretty good. But for yeah, for those who like yourself, that risks with the with the crowd, I can imagine this was kind of like being doused in cold water. Dude. What's like? Pretty much, pretty much like there's nobody in the front audience. I don't I kind of knows it. Yeah, it's it's what someone said to me that the being in the zoom room, especially when we're doing more of like an open mic style, where it's not so much that an audience is invited. It's kind of like taking that back of the club where all the comics are hanging out and just making them the audience. So you just see no one listening to you. Exactly. It's like, yeah, it's such a it's such a weird sensory experience but uh, you know, I don't know, I'm grateful to it. I mean, I wouldn't have met you. Otherwise, I wouldn't have met like I know well that I've gotten to know. So I just I tend I've been like hanging onto those little, like good spots of a pretty bizarre year. It's like I've made new friends and making new friends, like, I think my s, making new friends in your s not that easy in real life either. So No, it's not. I totally agree. I'm in my Fort S two. It's like, yeah, it's it's tough to make any friends as you get hold. Yes, but then it's like on Zoom I was like, Oh, this is awesome, you know. It's like made friends from all across the America, Canada, that shows in Israel, London, Paris, I think I did one in iron like. It's like everywhere. It's like it's awesome. It's so awesome. I know, like I did a show yesterday in Ireland. You know, I was in my kitchen, but I does an Ireland and and I you know, like so, so much. So much of the grunt work has been done for us through zoom. Like now when you go to Israel or London or wherever, you can say hi to that club owner and be like we've already met. Yes, that's yeah, that yeah, I hold on so tightly to the little, you know, the little bits of shine that I yes, same here, same here. So, all right, Kelly, Um work in the lovely people find you like social media. Yeah, don't try to find me in real life or to do stay six free. I'm getting, I'm not getting, but you can find me on my youtube channel, which is my name, so Kelly's in it, because you can find me on Youtube. And then my instagram feed is the Latvian booty, so that's lat thea and Bob and I will drop those links. And I know we have a show coming up. While we tell the Nice people about that is coming up next Monday and I'm am super excited. Speaking of birthdays, this is going to be in my birthday week, so I'm deeming I my pay show. Comedy Quarantine, let the meat take it's going to be on seeing and facebook live, so you can find it in the facebook search. Search event and we are raising money. All proceeds going, if you are able to make a donation either going to a great Toronto charity called Red Door family shelter, which is helping out families and women and kids I find some safety, because certainly these times have not made it easy for those who are in...

...takes spaces and being in zoom and clustered with people who aren't so kind and good to red door shelter is doing some great works. So yeah, I'm started for that Chap. It's gonna be get me, to, me, to me too. I'll drop all the links down below so people can find everything. And Yeah, it's been amazing having you here, Kelly. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for asking me. You're welcome. So thank you everybody watching. This has been beauty and the beast, beauties bits. That's with being nut with a tee. If you want to see the Te's you gotta CHECK OUT MY ONLY FANS.

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