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Kulap Vilaysack, SuChin Pak

SuChin Pak  00:36

Hey guys, welcome back. We love to have you here on Add To Cart. This is the show in case you didn’t know about the things we buy all the crap we buy into what it says about who we are. I’m SuChin Pak.


Kulap Vilaysack  01:42

And I’m Kulap Vilaysack. Now I have massive news listeners. The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived two best friends have met SuChin has met baby Emerald.


SuChin Pak  02:01

Baby Emerald has passed in Korean custom her 100 days. And and it is customary to let a new mother and the family have their time with the baby for 100 days before she is you know her coronation in her name and her her coming out part. And boy was I there receiving her with open arms. All smiles. All drooling.  I do have to say Ku I I woke up the next morning. Unable to move my right shoulder. Your baby is strong.


Kulap Vilaysack  02:38

My baby is strong. My baby is strong. She is a Serena Williams.


SuChin Pak  02:42

She’s a standing, holding on to things but standing like that’s her. That’s what she wants to do this child issues what four months?


Kulap Vilaysack  02:50



SuChin Pak  02:51

She doesn’t want to be held. I tried to lay her down and it her knees were locked. I couldn’t get her to lay down she was like or I said okay, that’s not what you want to do. She wants to be standing.


Kulap Vilaysack  03:05

Yeah, she wants to be active. She wants to be upright. Strong neck strong back.


SuChin Pak  03:11

And thick thighs.


Kulap Vilaysack  03:13

Thick thighs save lives.


SuChin Pak  03:16

Yes, yes. But finally I mean it was momentous. Scott was there I think Scott You know took the best picture I’ve ever taken in my life in fact yes of course maybe Emerald was there too but also.


Kulap Vilaysack  03:30

You look fantastic.


SuChin Pak  03:31

Amazing photographer.


Kulap Vilaysack  03:33

I we’re gonna post that photo I’m gonna we’re gonna put a heart in front of Eme’s face because she’s not on social media. But we’re posted we’re posting it for Su, because she does.


SuChin Pak  03:41

She’s influencing already, you know what I mean? Like cutie pie was in some sort of designer does.


Kulap Vilaysack  03:47

Stella McCartney I bought it on TheRealReal for yeah hardcore prices.


SuChin Pak  03:52

Hot Tip walked away with that. I said TheRealReal has baby clothes are those shirt of so anyway, I mean, that’s the kind of phase that gets real fun. Super slobbery. Laughing giggling but you got to work for it. There are some babies that give it away my first gave it away tickets anyone? You know what I mean? Bargain Basement prices free even buy one get 10 free.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:19



SuChin Pak  04:20

My second one application being processed.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:24

We’ll see. We’ll get back to you.


SuChin Pak  04:27

Yeah, I mean smile. That’s that’s really VIP members only but I’ll look at you. quick glance over shoulder.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:37

Eme is uh, is generous. She gives yes she gives.


SuChin Pak  04:41

Yes she gives my oh you know what I also noticed about her and we talked about this she’s not scary baby or what is it stranger baby danger.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:48

Street stranger danger, baby.


SuChin Pak  04:50

Hmm. And they’re just some babies that are and and some babies that are. She’s basically perfect.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:57

Su, I’m just so glad that you You too got to be late for those presents and it’s it was an absolute heart melter.


SuChin Pak  05:06

I mean, it’s the first of many.


Kulap Vilaysack  05:08

Yeah, yeah. So I all I just just headlining the all my add or carts are life stuff like this. So let’s get into it. Do it. Eme met her second best friend to, like days later, Su.


SuChin Pak  05:23

Oh, yeah.


Kulap Vilaysack  05:24

Eme met Casey’s baby. Frankie.


SuChin Pak  05:29

Wow. Now that’s truly a BFF I mean, no, presh. Ladies, but we got high hopes for Galaxy level. BFF there’s actually no choice. I mean, yeah, I mean, I these girls, I this is gonna be really hard to get out of contract. Signed in blood.


Kulap Vilaysack  05:54

Yeah. I mean, we’re just if, you know, sure conflicts will come up, I’m sure. But we’re just gonna have to deal with it. Because like, this is.


SuChin Pak  06:05

This is family.


Kulap Vilaysack  06:05

This is family. You know, we’re a clan. We’re clan and that’s what it is. The emotion Su like, it just was so stinking cute. The two of them together and like coordinating heart outfits.


SuChin Pak  06:20

Did Casey cry?


Kulap Vilaysack  06:21

We didn’t cry. We were just like, Okay, well, can. Bailey was yelling at me to take photos. Take as many photos as humanly possible. She was shaking me while I was taking the phone.


SuChin Pak  06:36

She was directing. She was directing. She knows all right, listen, Casey knows her angles. And I mean, she’s a pro.


Kulap Vilaysack  06:44

She’s a pro. Casey is a pro and Eme like on her own reached out for Frankie’s hand. And I just about I left my body […..] it was just.


SuChin Pak  07:04

Like, sounds like Casey left her body as well.


Kulap Vilaysack  07:06



Kulap Vilaysack  07:07

It’s hard. It would be hard to contain that having your child meet your best friend’s child that were born just, you know, on just a half a moon apart? That would be hard to to be in your body. You know, that’s like the stuff that rom coms are made of, you know, Charlie’s Angels style. You know what I mean? Like what are we talking 28 sequels you know, in a blockbuster hits? You can’t you can’t contain that.  I get it. I get.


Kulap Vilaysack  07:37

I mean, whatare the adventures that Eme and Frankie are gonna go on? What are they do you know Su?


SuChin Pak  07:44

I see them like backpacking through Nepal together, you know, scaring the bejesus out of the both of you. You know, going in like no sell zones because they’re adventurous warriors. And you and Casey knitting your brows at home wondering where the two two ladies


Kulap Vilaysack  08:02

Confused because we’re having a spot we’re in a spa. Where you know faceful of chocolates and tequila correct. I don’t know Paul. Why?


SuChin Pak  08:15

No, I see them more as like, you know, eating off of metal camping plates. I saw that once with Claire and I said.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:23

Oh my gosh, they’re two Claire’s.


SuChin Pak  08:27

I mean, I mean, listen.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:29

If I can be so lovely.


SuChin Pak  08:30

And hope Yeah, yeah, let’s not let’s not go crazy. Let’s leave a little room for their own identities.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:38



SuChin Pak  08:39

But just like to adventurous friends. You know where no mountain peak is high enough. No river or wide enough.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:46

I love the song. I love the song.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:58

Let’s get into your cart.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:59

Holes. Listen, I’m just filling all my holes. I eaten a lot of stuff snacky snack.


Kulap Vilaysack  10:10



SuChin Pak  10:12

So I’ve got like a little list and on that list is just everything I can shove into my mouth. I told you about the game changer of the Togarashi bagels.


Kulap Vilaysack  10:22

Oh guys, Su. I screwed up I put the wrong delivery address I gotta reorder. It’s just one of those. One of those weeks Su.


SuChin Pak  10:31

It’s telling me it’s coming to me. Yeah, I get it.


Kulap Vilaysack  10:33

That’s on. Me. That’s not me, Su. But please continue on to the things that you shove into your hole.


SuChin Pak  10:38

Yes. So another thing I’m shoving into my hole and boy is this. I mean, this is this is a this is up there. This is up there with my Chingoo Snacks remember that remember game changer. It’s called Loaf Language. Get it a play on love language. Now, I am very partial to a rice krispie treat.


Kulap Vilaysack  11:00

Hell yeah.


SuChin Pak  11:01

Like I’d rather have a rice crispy treat than a doughnut. I’d rather have a rice crispy treat then than a cookie, a brownie, any other dessert? I think. Generally I’m going here, especially like a portable dessert. And you know, I’m all about what’s in my bag. What’s in my car. What’s the little snack I can have? When I’m really needing it?


Kulap Vilaysack  11:20

Yeah, and you’ll make you’ll make things portable, like say a waffle.


SuChin Pak  11:24

Everything’s poured that and your friend did in the Eat that becomes that gets thrown in the bag. Last bite of a mushroom fried rice. Do you know what you do? You put that in a little ziplock and you don’t even need a spoon. You just squeeze it into your mouth whenever you want.


Kulap Vilaysack  11:37

So can you separate that clip? I have to text Jason Mantzoukas. Do you mind just flagging though.


SuChin Pak  11:42

Yeah, like that. drives my crazy. He’s like, What are you going to do with two last spoonfuls of your mushroom fried rice? I’m like, I’m going to put it in a snack zippy. And trust me. I’ll eat it. I’ve never not eaten. What’s in my bag. I don’t care. It just doesn’t happen. It’s not on my watch. I will do it.  I lay down. I lay down my life.


Kulap Vilaysack  12:09

I work less weekly What’s in your bag. But with SuChin. Can we do that? Well, you will. Will you allow that people will come pitchforks. pitchforks.


SuChin Pak  12:22

At my front door all those damn Zoukers, those packers those key tracers those cubers all of you people, overwhelming Zoukerson the Instagram.


SuChin Pak  12:35

Yes, they’re all on Team Zouk, not on Team Su. And you know what? That I don’t blame you. This is not for the faint hearted. I don’t I don’t push this lifestyle on anyone that cannot handle it. I don’t go around making people put frickin greasy fried rice in a snack baggie. I know that. That’s not you don’t have your system set up.


Kulap Vilaysack  12:35

Zouk’s cube.


Kulap Vilaysack  12:59

This is extreme.


SuChin Pak  13:00

I know it’s extreme. I don’t. I’m not asking you to do this. So don’t come at me. If your middle console is not filled with all the things you need to get an A mushroom greasy fried rice spoonful from a snack bag. Don’t do it. Don’t do it. You have to have wipes. You have to have different utensils. They can’t be plastic. there’s a whole thing. That’s right.


Kulap Vilaysack  13:25

You’re not going to scuba dive in just like a bikini. You need all the gear that’s what Su’s talking about guys.


SuChin Pak  13:31

You know what else you need? You need a certificate. Okay, so that’s why I’m not asking you amateurs to go out here. But this is amateur friendly. It’s Loaf Language. Bring it back to speed treat you pro every rice krispie treat is wrapped individually in its own wrapper. And and yes Zouks will then put this in another pouch which will go in a tray, which will go in probably another baggie. I don’t know. It doesn’t matter. It’s self contained. But that’s not the best part. Listen to the flavors. One of my BFFs Carolyn, we have a love of snacks. She is the snack queen. I get all of my best snack tips from her Chinggoo was from her. And then she introduced me to this let me let me tell you some of the flavors so you haven’t Ube Oreo Mochi. Crunchy. Okay, what’s in that? Obey? What’s in that Oreo bits? What’s in that tiny little mochi balls?


Kulap Vilaysack  14:33

Holy cow okay, Add to Cart.


SuChin Pak  14:34

Are you listening for a khaki checks mochi, crunchy. What’s in that Chex Mix? What’s in that for khaki what’s in that little round? mochi balls? You get the drift. Okay, you get the Pandan coconut mochi. Okay, you get the black sesame mochi, you understand what I’m talking about? These are Asian inspired Rice Krispie treats. They’re five bucks each. They’re made with love and every one of them has a has mochi in them as well so you get the chewy texture of mochi, the crunchy chewiness of a rice krispie treat and then the not too sweet flavorings of Asian delights. What more can I say? And a lot of these are gluten free. Now they’re not made in a gluten free factory. I did DM her just to make sure so if you’re like me and you have a preference, this will be fine. If you have an allergy call a doctor. And the lovely Baker and owner Her name is Tiffany Kim. She started this when she lost her job in a kitchen. And her parents were also forced to temporarily close their business. And she thought she would have a bake sale to help out her parents financially. It did so well. Loaf Language thus was born. And for each bake sale, she focuses on a different social cause to help out and a percentage of the proceeds go to the organization. This is like a 360 You’re going to feel good eating it giving it ordering it. Like.


Kulap Vilaysack  16:10

I mean.


SuChin Pak  16:10

Just do it.


Kulap Vilaysack  16:12

I mean I already added already added. what’s your what’s your favorite?


SuChin Pak  16:16

Oh, I come back to it again. And again. It won’t ever get better than the for cookie checks mochi crunchy, it just won’t.


Kulap Vilaysack  16:23

Okay. But that’s that’s number one.


SuChin Pak  16:25

They’re all good. But for me, that’s that’s that’s baseline. Baseline is right there.


Kulap Vilaysack  16:31

Alright, so I’m going to make sure that I, I ship it to myself instead of somewhere else. That’s the first thing.


SuChin Pak  16:38

Tiffany just said our Tiffany just said she’s buying now. Don’t sleep on the Pandan coconut mochi crunch either. I’m just saying. So it’s there. I just love little supporting small businesses like this. But it’s delicious. You guys trust me. Okay, that’s what I’m putting in my hole.


Kulap Vilaysack  17:01

You know, it’s, it’s great that we have all these new segments, you know, you know, we have, you know, later on, you’re gonna do an Add to Queue. You’ve just come out, come up with what I’m putting in my hole.


SuChin Pak  17:15

Add to hole, I don’t know.


Kulap Vilaysack  17:22

I love it.


SuChin Pak  17:23

Everyone knows if you know me and your list. Have you listened to this podcast? You know, the only hole that I’m adding things to Okay, so it’s my mouth hole. It’s a hot dog. It’s a corndog it’s gluten free for a cocky bagel.


Kulap Vilaysack  17:38

I mean, it’s it’s good that you you reset us in that way Su, because like it might be someone’s first episode. And that’s right.


SuChin Pak  17:45

This is not. That’s not the hole I’m talking about. So now we’re here. Now we’re here. Now we’re all at the same table.


Kulap Vilaysack  17:51

Yes, yeah.


SuChin Pak  17:52

And we’re looking each other in the eyes. And we know and we know what time it is, and what hole it is.


Kulap Vilaysack  18:00

We’re having a meal. We’re sharing a rice krispie treat.


SuChin Pak  18:02

That’s correct. Welcome.


Kulap Vilaysack  18:04



SuChin Pak  18:05

If you’ve never been here,


Kulap Vilaysack  18:07

Welcome. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing.


SuChin Pak  18:20

Su now we swing back to my cart. And I want to talk about how I’ve had a delayed reaction to the enormity, parenthood. Okay, all right, hold on you taking your hair out?


SuChin Pak  19:37

Yes, I need to redo my ponytail for that.


Kulap Vilaysack  19:42



SuChin Pak  19:42

Because I’m already.


Kulap Vilaysack  19:43



SuChin Pak  19:44

Go ahead. All ears.


Kulap Vilaysack  19:45

It’s going to be you know, trigger warning. It’s going to be peppered with my life of privilege.


SuChin Pak  19:52

Unrelatable just fine.


Kulap Vilaysack  19:54

I’m relatable to a point you know, no, say yes to a Porsche.


SuChin Pak  19:59

And it’s That’s the best point ever. And now we move on.


Kulap Vilaysack  20:02

Now we move on. No, Su. Yeah. It was being Scott for almost four months. With a night nurse Of course, of course, of course. Privilege. Ding ding. And we recently have daytime childcare, which of all.


SuChin Pak  20:22

I noticed. Yeah, I was like, Who is that angel? She’s lovely.


Kulap Vilaysack  20:28

She’s absolutely lovely. And having her help us out, what a game changer. Again, cha-ching privilege, I think before Eme forced me and I needed to be forced into being completely present, like what’s ever in front of my nose? And it’s I was I was her. And it made me like, be like, what, what, what do we need to deal with the fact that she changes so rapidly? I want to see that. But with this help this childcare now I’m kind of like, this is what part of the delay is about. My therapist kind of said that, like, part of the delays are the PTSD of like, out pretty much like nine years of trying to have a baby and like, all the heartbreak and disappointment and and how I have survived in my life is been a very much like, bad stuff happens. It’s like, it’s sort of like, get pushed down. Seven times get up eight, like that is kind of who I am. I’m a bit of a beast of burden, if you will, a Taurus. So, and I, you know, for me to kind of get back up again, I there’s I don’t always let things hit me and affect me.


SuChin Pak  21:49

Positive way.


Kulap Vilaysack  21:50

In any way. Yeah, in any way. Right. Right. Right. Because you, of course, it’s a survival mechanism. I understand now. Yes. Yeah. Because you can’t decide on what it is yet. Because you never know what’s around the corner. So you’re, you’re you’re gonna wait, you’re gonna get through it, but you’re not. Let’s see what this shakes out to be.


SuChin Pak  22:08

Yeah. yeah.


Kulap Vilaysack  22:09

And when, like, horrible stuff happens. It’s like kind of get back up, you know, gotta move forward. And especially with trying to, you know, get Eme like, there’s just like, so much like, holding my breath, clenching my butthole you know, with Kulap. It’s gonna be all holes are are up for grabs. So this is one host.


Kulap Vilaysack  22:30

Su rre you trying to launch merch right now? Are you pitching t shirt ideas?


SuChin Pak  22:30

Another another hole. I’m the tether hole and she’s nether hole.


SuChin Pak  22:42

This is all my brain has only been around. Fucking merch. Again me out of this merch hole. I don’t even know how I got in there. I don’t even like it here. It’s just I can’t stop. You’re right. Okay. Focus. Talk like a normal human. What’s wrong with me?


Kulap Vilaysack  22:57

Oh, well, that’s not what this podcast is about.


SuChin Pak  23:00

Yeah, yeah. Sorry. You’re joining us for the first time again. Apologies but welcome. Go on.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:06

Welcome. Now, I’m really seeing how everyone has changed. No, all of you like Kulap. Are you fucking serious?


SuChin Pak  23:18

But when you’ve been holding your breath and even like.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:20



SuChin Pak  23:21

With like, the surrogacy is like, yeah, hoping for the best. Things happen. Things happen.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:29

Of course. And now Now it’s like I’m so ripped like the Su, the way that you said like a four months when he now I’m having like, it’s the best time right now.


SuChin Pak  23:41

Because yeah.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:42

It was good before .


SuChin Pak  23:44

Settle into it. Oh, yeah. But now.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:46

But now there’s the full recognition from her.


SuChin Pak  23:50



Kulap Vilaysack  23:50

There’s these like, it’s the laughter It’s the it’s the smiles. It’s the the way that alphas are crying the way she looks at me. SuChin.


SuChin Pak  23:59

Oh, yeah. No.


Kulap Vilaysack  24:01



SuChin Pak  24:02

I know, don’t get me to cry and.


Kulap Vilaysack  24:04

To be taken in such a way. It’s like, oh, it’s a little scary. It’s filled with love. But it’s like, the way that I feel about her and like the bond that we have is just like I am I am I am quite rocked, I’m quite rocked, and the stakes, the stakes are so high. And it’s totally different for 42 years. I just mean, in many ways, I was just fucking around, you know, like, I just my time was kind of like I had the, I guess the luxury of just like, you know, one hand being an idiot, but also like, just being really indulgent to my fears and whims and you know, like, I don’t know like not putting them into action in a way where she, she comes in and is this massive catalyst to like You know, like, Oh, time is limited. The time was limited. Focus up here. Hey, look over here, look over here. And like, how, how do I do right by her? How do I do right by Scott? And how do I do right by me?


SuChin Pak  25:17



Kulap Vilaysack  25:18

And and, the other day I saw a fatigue in Scott that really I think until, like these couple of weeks. It was like shared fatigue, but I saw fatigue in Scott that I was like, Oh, I don’t have the same fatigue as him. And this like, lovely arrangement that I guess pretty much benefited me, which was him waking up in the morning to get her. And my thought process is like, You’re up already, man. I’m I’m a night owl. I’m a night owl. You’re up. You don’t sleep very well. You know, so yeah, it makes sense. You you get her in the morning. But I started to see, like him being tired. And I was like, Oh, guess what Kulap, you little bitch. You’re a mom. You’ve been a mom for four months. You start waking up early. Okay, you know what, what else? Ku. Can you start sleeping earlier? And you know what else? Ku? Pull back on the drinking. What? So that you could go to bed earlier? And you can wake up, earlier as well. And everyone you guys are like, who’ve had kids who are doing it? Like you’re like duh Kulap. You know, duh. But I was realizing like, oh, okay, like, let’s let’s, you know.


SuChin Pak  26:45

Dress rehearsal. It’s actually happening now. There’s a baby. We’re here. We’re doing. Now I can shift my focus into mom mode.


Kulap Vilaysack  26:57

Yeah, like, Guess what, Su? Day one. I’m a morning person. You’re seeing me day one. I’m fine. I got up at 6:30 I got up at six. I’m fine.


SuChin Pak  27:06

Wow. 6:30. Okay, all right. I just just, you know, be mindful.


Kulap Vilaysack  27:12

Well, I said, I said, Scott, we’re doing every other. Yeah. Scott, we’re doing every other. We’re weaning ourselves off of the Night Nurse. So I’m gonna be like, really.


SuChin Pak  27:24

Taking the training wheels off?


Kulap Vilaysack  27:25

Yeah, we’re starting to slowly take the training wheels off.


SuChin Pak  27:28

Yeah. Yeah. It’s like this ever evolving continuing realization of who you are, who you were, who you’re gonna be. And it’s, it’s beautiful. And whether you choose to have kids or not have kids like, getting older. I mean, that’s, that to me. There aren’t a lot of great parts about it. But the only great part is, is that you start to realize like, Oh, this is the ebb and flow. Right?  of like, milestones and changes in your life. And you reinvent yourself, whether you want to be reinvented or not, I think just life and circumstance. Everything is always, everything is always changing and moving. And, and a lot of people understand that, like, when you’ve had trauma in your life, processing these things, is on a different time schedule.


Kulap Vilaysack  28:24

I mean, and part of it, Su, is like like, really clocking his fatigue and going oh, man, like Scott has been so amazing. so good.


SuChin Pak  28:35

So hands on.


Kulap Vilaysack  28:35

So hands on and there was a time, you know, I don’t know six years ago, where I wondered like, would he lean out? I think the changes in a shift that I make is because like, I really recognize how what a great partner he is. He’s a great dad, after you met Emerald. The other day, we went and had dinner with our two dear friends. And ahead of that dinner. I was like Scott, like we’re, you know, we’re putting her down now. And doing bathtime at 6:30 this dinner is at six. If you want me to cancel, I’ll just cancel. I’m just gonna cancel. And he was like, no, no, no. Are you never gonna go out again? Yeah. And so he did bath feeding and put her down by himself like it’s and probably got up the next morning at 630 100%. That’s what happened.


SuChin Pak  29:27

If you’re telling me today is day, one of morning, he definitely got up at 6:30 The next morning, and you definitely had just one cocktail.


Kulap Vilaysack  29:34

Yeah, I did.


Kulap Vilaysack  29:39

Okay, Su what let’s get back into your cart.


SuChin Pak  29:42

I got another Add to Queue. I’m on a roll.


SuChin Pak  29:51

I do have to say I reached my limit I had to add to queues. That’s a lot for me. But I stumbled on to this thing.


Kulap Vilaysack  30:00

What is it?


SuChin Pak  30:01

It’s a podcast. Oh, okay. The podcast is called Evaporated. And it was one of those podcasts where I had to parse out each episode because every episode ending I was like, No, that’s one less episode.


Kulap Vilaysack  30:18

Oh my gosh, it’s true crime.


SuChin Pak  30:20

It checks off all of the boxes that I love. I love a true crime podcast that does not involve violence, does not involve children, does not involve like explicit graphic, like, details of gruesome murders, the I like a true crime podcast. That’s more of a mystery. I also love a true crime scam. You know what I mean? I’m I love a scam podcast. I have lots of those. But this one is really fun. So it’s about an investigative journalist in Japan, that starts to go down the hunt for his missing accountant. I mean, you had me you got me. And so it starts there. But when I tell you it’s a meandering of a culture, a legal system that probably most of us aren’t familiar with. It’s a little bit history. And it’s so delicious. There is a kind of like, wonder, in the podcast that I just love. And to me this tone. This kind of podcast is just my jam.


Kulap Vilaysack  31:28

I am I’m looking for something. I want something like this. Thank you for this. This is we got we have 10 episodes.


SuChin Pak  31:35

Yes, 10 episodes. I just love it. And I do have to say, you know, being Korean American. I don’t know one thing about Korea. And so, I also get especially excited when there’s a podcast that tells a bit about the history of the region because Japan and Korea are so interlinked, and I don’t want to give anything away. And in this podcast, there’s an there’s a twist, and it gets really linked. And so to learn about that to just as like, you know, an immigrant transplant kid, you know about a history that you don’t know anything about, but that is your history. And so that part is really juicy in it, and his co host Shoko Plambeck who narrates a lot of it is it’s just lovely.


Kulap Vilaysack  32:27

Su, Su, you talked about two holes on this episode.


SuChin Pak  32:32

Oh, my God, you’re right. I’ve got two holes. Who woulda thunk? Who woulda thunk?


Kulap Vilaysack  32:39

Well I’m sure you listen with both your ears so it’s three holes.


SuChin Pak  32:42

Now my right ear is is my preferred ear.


Kulap Vilaysack  32:45

And I stand corrected.


SuChin Pak  32:50

All right, well, I mean that’s it you know we save the world we stuffed things in our hole. This is this is a perfect Add to Cart.


Kulap Vilaysack  32:58

Su Su holes. Thank you, please.


SuChin Pak  33:01

Two holes I got two holes Today I learned and therefore.


SuChin Pak  33:07

Follow us at Add to Cart pod. Let us know what you’re adding to cart. We love hearing from you. And thanks so much for listening.


Kulap Vilaysack  33:15

Bye bye.


SuChin Pak  33:15



CREDITS  33:20

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