– And I understand went to
the Bahamas. – We did.
– How long were you there? – Yeah, it was fab.
We went for a week. It was with John’s
whole family. – He’s got a large family,
right? – Well, like, large in, not in
number, in sheer dimension. – Uh-huh.
– They’re just massive people, like, they’re just–
– Like how large? – John’s like a shrimp at 6’3″
compared to the rest of them. – Is he?
– Yeah, like, his brothers are 6’9″ and 6’8″. They’re sort of absurdly tall.
– That’s wrong. – Yeah, and I’ve learned
to kind of–it’s wrong. I’ve learned to go in
and hug them like this. ‘Cause if you go in like that,
it’s, like, whiplash, you know. – Wow.
– They’re so tall. It’s so weird
seeing John with them. – Are you exaggerating or are
they really 6’9″? – They’re 6’9″ and 6’8″,
his brothers. And then his dad’s 6’7″,
and his mom’s 5’11”, so, yeah, it’d incredible
actually. – Wow.
– And you–you could only use golf carts in the resort
we went to. And just to see enormous giants
try and get into golf carts, it was just amazing. They’d be driving
it like this. You know,
it’s just dangerous. – Look like little feet going
out or something like that. – Exactly.
– And did you do any paddleboarding, surfing,
things like that? – I attempted paddleboarding
for the first time. It’s very hard. – Yes, but I would think
you could do it. – Well, everyone says it’s a
great workout, but I found that they only
workout I had was, like, my toes that were clinging
on for dear life. Everyone’s, like,
“It’s a great core workout.” – It is.
– I’m, like, “It’s not.” I fell off all the time.
– Right. I guess getting back on
is a good core workout. – There you go.
Exactly. I’m also fearful.
I don’t know if you have the same phobia of sharks.
I have a big phobia of sharks. I feel like there are sharks
in any mass of water. – Well, aren’t there?
– Whether it’s a pond or– – That’s where they live.
They live in the water. – Guaranteed.
– That’s where I find them. Yes, I–of course, who doesn’t
have a fear of– I mean, I wouldn’t hurt
a shark, but, I mean, if it was coming after me,
I’d punch it in the nose. – You’d punch it in the nose, that’s what
you’re supposed to do. – You’re supposed to punch it
in the nose, which is really risky
if you miss. – Yeah. Really risky.
– Oh, no. – Right in there.
– Excuse me, that’s not what I meant
to do. – I should have went
to my sparring, yeah. – Yeah. No, that’s–have you
been near a shark that you– – We actually went
scuba diving, so we did scuba diving one day,
and then the next day, we went snorkeling,
and it sort of became this competition between the
crazy guy who took us snorkeling and our dive instructor as to
who could give us the best experience, and so
the guy who took us snorkeling was definitely smoking
something illegal. And he was having
the time of his life. And so we went out on the boat
and–and I thought we were just gonna be snorkeling
with tropical fish, and he went, “Watch this,” and he starts chumming
the water with–with food and blood. And–and he goes, “Jump in.” And I looked at John,
I went, “No.” Like, absolutely not. And John was, like,
“Come on. Don’t– “we don’t want to be
those people who miss out
on this experience.” So we jumped in
and I can only describe it as just a zigzag of teeth
and eyes, like, in front of me,
and I lasted five seconds. And I was, like,
“Get me out.” – Wow, you cave under pressure.
– I do. – I mean, you say, “No,”
and then he says, “Yeah, just jump in,”
and you just jump in, and to–just the fact that
it’s blood and chum, I wouldn’t jump in.
– Okay, it’s true. – No matter what shows up…
– It’s true. – You’re surrounded by
blood and chum. – All right, fine.
John pushed me in. – Yeah.
Did he really? – No.