Break Your Luxury Items (with Who? Weekly)

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SuChin’s dream guests have finally landed on the pod. The Aunties are joined by Lindsey Weber and Bobby Finger of Who? Weekly. They have carts that are all about the journey rather than the destination. Lindsey shares why it’s embarrassing to have a smartwatch die in public. Bobby is coveting a gold spoon that is perpetually out of stock. And Su talks about how she loosens “tight” bubbles in sparkling drinks.

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Kulap Vilaysack, Lindsey Weber, SuChin Pak, Bobby Finger

Kulap Vilaysack  00:02

Suchin Pak, welcome back to Add To Cart, a show about the things we buy the things we buy into and what it says about who we are, I’m Auntie Kuku Vilaysack.


SuChin Pak  00:21

You can barely contain yourself.


Kulap Vilaysack  00:27

It’s like.


SuChin Pak  00:28



Kulap Vilaysack  00:29

We’re playing double dutch and you keep like moving forward to jump in.


SuChin Pak  00:33

I am a tingle all over, I’m a tingle in my Nethers to my tethers.


Kulap Vilaysack  00:39

Oh, wow.


SuChin Pak  00:40

I am Auntie Susu. I’m so excited to sit down for all day, hopefully, on the mic with our next guest. I never miss an episode. I think from the day one I’ve been trying to get these guys, on our time. I just I want a wish come true. You have to hold it so gently. And you have to just just blow on the on the dandelion feathers, with the lightest fairy touch. You know, because your wishes are very rare.


Kulap Vilaysack  01:13

That’s rare.


SuChin Pak  01:14

And you don’t make very many of them so this was my wish, you know, when I think about setting up my shrine, Timothy Shaolin May is off the board and King Charles Melton, I’ve set up a shrine to him, I think about these guys, I think about what they would say, my alter. I live to them to keep up with all the Hollywood Gossip to tell me who’s on A list. Who’s on there who list? Okay, and why we all should care.


Kulap Vilaysack  01:42

That’s right, our guests today are both writers and co-hosts of Who? Weekly the podcast that tells you everything you need to know about celebrities you don’t. Please Add To Cart, the two saints candles. And Suchin’s shine. She lights, both these candles up, please add to cart, Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber.


Bobby Finger  02:10

Hello,  I love being on this cart, it’s so great.


Kulap Vilaysack  02:15

My dearest Su has been talking about you really since like meeting one, so not even like when the podcast started prior.


SuChin Pak  02:26

I was like, are we going to have guests on this podcast? I have a suggestion.


Lindsey Weber  02:31

I mean, and we don’t have guests, so truly, like when we are a guest, it’s an honor above even normal because we know how having guests can be so stressful and annoying. And it takes so much decision and you have to make sure that people are great, and so it means more to us, I think.


Kulap Vilaysack  02:47

I come here to put myself in Susan’s altar, I’m in the light. She has brought this up for as long as I’ve known her and it took for you guys to be booked for me to binge for, right away to follow so hard is like Auntie Kuku, this is how you, this is how you stay relevant with the young people that you’re surrounded by? What the fuck was I sleeping on?


SuChin Pak  03:14

The thing about it is for those that don’t listen to Who? Weekly. And now we’ll be kicking off this show to go over please stay on. It will still be there, but you know, I don’t know who you’re talking about 90% of the time and that is the point. And that is the genius of the show. It’s like they make you care. But they’re talking about celebrities that aren’t on our radar, which makes you more cooler because you can be like yeah, everyone’s talking about, you know, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce did I get that right Kelsey Travis whatever, but they’re talking about another football couple, you know? The […] Oh, yeah, and I don’t know who these people are.


Lindsey Weber  03:56

Like who’s less interesting and relevant. That is who we will be discussing on the podcast.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:02

I had no idea about colpo.


SuChin Pak  04:06

No idea.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:08

Now I do.


Lindsey Weber  04:11

She’s so much more interesting.


SuChin Pak  04:13

And they make such an argument for it, so anyway, it’s such a delight to have you guys on here. First of all, I sing the rita or a song again don’t really know who she is, but I think that song and.


Kulap Vilaysack  04:27

I’m sorry, back in the day you would have had to know so much about Rita or you’d have to she’d have your phone number she’d be texting you it would like in your previous life I just feel like you would be Rita Ora would just be.


Lindsey Weber  04:42

You’re right. So I do feel like Rita Ora is someone you […]


SuChin Pak  04:46

And the Rita Ora of the world let’s just say because I don’t think that she was, you know, around when I was at MTV but let’s just say the reader or a category when I tell you how much of my brain has been cleared for just more important stuff like coupon codes, and Amazon shopping, I have my life back but there was a time when I was at MTV when I was like, so all the bands are just gonna be three names, and I’m never, they’re never gonna make sense. It’s gonna be like, you know, the tiny Big Foot, you know? You don’t I mean, three doors down, whatever.


Bobby Finger  05:26

Three doors down.


SuChin Pak  05:28

Google how many bands in the early 2000s, had three, The White Stripes? I mean, I’m just gonna kill, they’re just coming to me now. And I think about just how many B to D list musicians and celebrities I’ve had you, right? And all of that sits in your guys’s head all day long, and yet you still function?


Lindsey Weber  05:52

Well, we have a thing where when we say stuff, we forget it immediately. Sometimes I like this, like, this morning actually, somebody texted us and was like, you talked about sports twice on the episode, and Bobby was like we did? And I’m like, yeah, we did like.


Bobby Finger  06:07

I don’t remember talking about.


Lindsey Weber  06:08

And we did, it goes right out, so that’s just kind of self preservation.


Kulap Vilaysack  06:14

Both kinds of football, you talked about European and American, yeah.


Lindsey Weber  06:21

The range that we have sometimes.


Bobby Finger  06:23

I do wonder, like, what what happened to our brains if we didn’t have to use so much of them for whose? And sometimes I’m like, well, what else can we do with that information, then I’m like, no, it’s this information is kind of nice [..] Okay, what else? Yeah, what else would I put in?


Lindsey Weber  06:42

Think I’d be doing anything else.


Kulap Vilaysack  06:47

I’m so excited to dive into your carts. We like to ask all of our guests, what type of shoppers are you? How do you go through life consuming? Let’s start with Bobby.


Lindsey Weber  07:00

Bobby is very cheap.


Bobby Finger  07:01

I’m a researcher, I’m cheap, and I’m a researcher. And if I, if there’s an item that’s like, let’s say, let’s just make it over $100, look, if it’s an item, you know, like a thing, I’m like, do I really need this? And I will, I will think about it for weeks, if not months, like Lindsey knows, I recently bought an espresso maker for the first time in my life. And I’ve wanted one for over 10 years. And I finally was like, you know what? I’m just gonna do this, and this is fine. And I love of course, no regrets, it’s amazing.


Lindsey Weber  07:31

I mean, I’m the opposite, which is so funny. That’s truly the dynamic is where like, I don’t make impulse purchases, but if I know I want something, I’m going to spend money on it, because I have learned in the past that the longer you wait, it’s just whatever. And so I’m always like, like when Bobby’s like, oh, I want this expensive, but then his expensive is like not even that expensive. I want this nice thing. I’m like, get the nice [..]


Bobby Finger  07:56

She’s like, just get it.


Lindsey Weber  07:57

What are you waiting for? Like, I’m not trying to make impulse bad purchases, but I’m trying to be like, this is the thing that will greatly improve your life and save you money on the other end, which is like buying coffee or whatever, which is like.


Kulap Vilaysack  08:11

That’s right, that’s right, Lindsay […]


Lindsey Weber  08:15

Meanwhile, I don’t have a coffee machine. I don’t drink it in the morning, I just only buy it because I find pleasure in having an excuse to buy coffee, so I’m the exact opposite where I’m like, I know that won’t bring me joy, so I’m not getting it.


SuChin Pak  08:27

I’m surprised that it’s taken you this long, Bobby because you’re you’re such a coffee connoisseur. I just don’t understand how you didn’t have one.


Bobby Finger  08:35

Well, it felt like an extravagance and I kind of I really liked going to coffee shops for like an if I want an espresso like I’ll go to the coffee shop, because I’ll make coffee at home brewed coffee at home or cold brew at home. And I have like a good I have a mocha master coffee maker. But even that I didn’t buy until the pandemic, I wanted one of those for years, and then I was like, well, I’m going to get this during the pandemic and I love it. But the espresso it just felt like a little bit too much, and I still enjoy going to coffee shops and then you do the math in your head and you’re like.


Lindsey Weber  09:03

You’re drinking a lot of coffee.


SuChin Pak  09:05

Like everyone in the history of time has done the math like that’s what’s so funny to me.


Lindsey Weber  09:10

It’s like talking about the pagans, they like Suze Orman’s like you buy a cup of coffee every day you if you don’t do it, you’ll be a millionaire.


SuChin Pak  09:10

Oh, the Suze Orman coffee math that we have built our empires on.


Lindsey Weber  09:23

Insane that’s that woman’s number of how to save money.


SuChin Pak  09:27

In fact, I can’t think of another one, like other than that’s the only advice that Suze Orman has given us for 40 years.


Lindsey Weber  09:35

Yeah, and you guys play the clip in a recent episode and she said one to $3 and I went oh.


Lindsey Weber  09:35

She’s built a legacy and all of her fortune on telling me not to buy coffee every day, which I am going to do anyways.


Lindsey Weber  09:41

I spend more than.


Kulap Vilaysack  09:42

Yeah right. SuChin, have you been to Brooklyn recently? Like five to nine?


SuChin Pak  09:55

No, it’s Suzy hasn’t bought a cup of coffee since 1972, like she really hasn’t.


Lindsey Weber  10:01

If I was spending one to three on, I’d be a millionaire.


Kulap Vilaysack  10:06

I gotta have a big good, so we’re well it’s well worse and.


Bobby Finger  10:11

You need the sweet treat, you need the sweet treat.


Lindsey Weber  10:14

You need it come on literally did that this morning.


Kulap Vilaysack  10:16

Let’s get into Lindsey’s cart first. And I’m going to I see two that are going to really be your you’re hitting the SuChin Venn diagram in such a beautiful way, and.


SuChin Pak  10:30

[…] Just face from the get go, what are you going to say?


Kulap Vilaysack  10:35

I want to start what the LUCA V Defense Nasal Spray.


SuChin Pak  10:40

I thought there was going to be underwear on this list, thank God.


Lindsey Weber  10:43

That is definitely a Bobby influence and it is probably 99% fake. And that’s why is really funny, he’s gonna pull it out of his pocket and man is.


SuChin Pak  10:55

First of all, it has a Korean flag on it. How do I not know about this?


Bobby Finger  10:59

This? Well, I have a different brand, but it’s basically the same type of stuff.


Lindsey Weber  11:03

Okay, so it is this spray that I got before I went on a trip because I was very nervous about getting COVID before this big trip that I went on that would have ruined the trip, so Bobby shows at my house and he’s spraying the shit in his nose and he’s like, oh, I just heard about this. It has this one ingredient that has like, all these studies at that say that it protects and I was like, okay, I don’t believe you, and then I Googled what it was I googled the ingredient. It’s I forgot what it’s called.


Bobby Finger  11:30



Lindsey Weber  11:30

Thank you, it does create via some studies, the studies are like very new, very shaky, a barrier in your nose or whatever, right? So it’s like, there’s something real there, so I did buy it because.


SuChin Pak  11:46

And did you get COVID on that trip?


Lindsey Weber  11:47

I have not gotten COVID in a while. But I will say more for Bobby than for me. I mean, he is like the living proof of this thing because it you’re constantly spraying it up your nose constantly.


Bobby Finger  11:59

I mean, it’s sold this like a homeopathic thing like it’s does it work? Maybe, but can it hurt, you? No, so that’s why I’m sort of like, whatever, that’s okay. And I spray it before social functions and after social functions. And it’s not like I’m spraying it all day when I’m in my house. I’m not spraying […]


Lindsey Weber  12:17

Like, knock up before a day.


Bobby Finger  12:19

Like I’m going to a party spray spray.


Lindsey Weber  12:21

It’s giving like Bobby rolls up to the party and is like, instead of like spraying the Vinaka he’s like.


Bobby Finger  12:26

What’s the gym today? spray, spray when I went in and spray, spray when I went out. Did I get COVID at the gym? Maybe? But it makes me feel better.


SuChin Pak  12:37

Yeah, first of all I, bristle and I’m offended at both of your tones. You know that that this is pseudoscience that it doesn’t work Bobby I have been spraying that particular brand of nose spray up my nose for many years and I swear by it.


Bobby Finger  12:56



SuChin Pak  12:57

I don’t know about this whole Luka Defense. One that you’ve brought to the table, I use that one. But I love this new one V Defense Nasal Spray has a Korean flag on it.


Lindsey Weber  13:10

Bobby’s was back ordered. So I looked up the the active ingredient which is this Xylitol, whatever it’s called. And I searched for the only other one that had that and it was Luka V, so that’s the.


Kulap Vilaysack  13:21

That’s how we got there, okay.


Lindsey Weber  13:24

Yes, but it’s the same thing and a lot of those nose sprays that are homeopathic don’t have it. So you have to kind of make sure that the one you get has that agent, but.


Bobby Finger  13:34

Sometimes it’s just saline.


Lindsey Weber  13:36

You don’t want just say like.


SuChin Pak  13:38

You want the code you want the Xylitol.


Bobby Finger  13:40

But maybe just saline is better than just your nostrils lubricated, keep the bacteria from sticking again. I don’t know anything about.


Kulap Vilaysack  13:49

Keeping those wet, keep it wet.


Bobby Finger  13:54

Yes, yes.


SuChin Pak  13:55

You’re on the right podcast. We love hardcore medical advice, scientific advice here. Just unabashedly and with as much confidence as two aunties between the both of us.


Kulap Vilaysack  14:09

Were confident and then our wonderful producers Keegan is like in the description, can we say a disclaimer? You guys are throwing out a lot of medical advice.


SuChin Pak  14:20

Caution like yeah, for the idiots, of course. I mean, please don’t take medical advice from us.


Kulap Vilaysack  14:35

Let’s talk about this Ruby High Viscous Organic Berry Cherry Sparkling Water.


Lindsey Weber  14:41

Okay, this is like, you know, some like creative director from Bushwick and his wife like made a brand and it’s like.


Bobby Finger  14:48

The camera all the time.


Lindsey Weber  14:49

We love hibiscus tea. We’re gonna make it a Seltzer and we’re gonna make it we’re going to put beautiful packaging on it and like, we’re going to sell it for like $8 a can which is not what it costs but you can buy it like in bulk, and you can get it for cheaper. But I was a hater, and then I have to try every beverage and I tried it. Delicious, fantastic, really good. Highly recommend.


Bobby Finger  15:13

The website says anti aging on it. What’s that about?


Lindsey Weber  15:18

No, there’s, there’s no way.


Bobby Finger  15:21

There’s a can of soda and it says anti.


SuChin Pak  15:25

Well, water is anti aging. It’s hibiscus and blueberry because and Cherry there’s water, so cherry juice, leaching, brewed hibiscus and blueberry juice all very high in antioxidants and there’s no sugar. Now I’m in after you answer this question. How tight are the bubbles?


Kulap Vilaysack  15:47

Yeah, she’s gonna know that.


Lindsey Weber  15:48

Not that tight, not that tight. It’s not giving hard, I would say hard Jewish, I’m second say this hard Jewish seltzer which is like the really spicy like, seltzer. It’s more of a relaxed drink in fact, it inspired me to make my own hibiscus tea and ice it and like maybe be inspired by this again, these cans are if you’re a canned drinker, you should go for it. But if you’re moving away from that journey, then I bet hibiscus tea would be delicious in to replace.


Kulap Vilaysack  16:22

So you can buy this on Amazon the flavor berry cherry is $22.94 for a 12 pack of 12 ounce cans, that’s, that’s okay. It’s not great, but Su, I always laugh because you insist on giving great so you insist on a tight bubble but don’t do not insist on a tight bubble because you add water to all of your drinks and you let them winnow down to to near flatness? Is that not something to consider?


SuChin Pak  16:53

I’m really glad you brought that up, Kulap. Yeah, I like a tight bubble because yes, Bobby, Lindsey you your look of shock and disdain, it’s not unwarranted. I find that in a lot of my type bubble drinks or in drinks in general where I add tight bubbles. I am diluting something and so the tight bubbles, you know, they gotta be tight because by the time I get to them, they may be loosey goosey or non existent.


Lindsey Weber  17:23

Wait, so question follow up you are making extra tight bubble seltzer or yourself, so you’re using like, let’s say a seltzer machine?


SuChin Pak  17:30

No, I’m going into a tight bubbled beverage and adding ice and water.


Lindsey Weber  17:36

So you’re loosening the bubbles, okay, so you’re saying you’re diluting the bubbles, so you can get them to what I would assume as normal bubble style by putting in more and sure, as is the purpose of this to say.


SuChin Pak  17:54

That’s right, it’s called […] cocktail. And I don’t know if that’s on a lot of like Brooklyn menus out there, you know, but like that. That’s what that is, so that’s one version, but I do enjoy a tight bubble. You know, when I feel like splurging when I’m out on the town, and, you know, asking the waiter or bartender to dilute it feels like I would be judged. So in general, I like a tight bubble for many, many purposes but yes.


Kulap Vilaysack  18:28

Okay, but then just following up, because the immigrant behavior can kind of that explains that, but then what about the many opened sort of beverages that are left in the fridge and around? What does that how does that factor in really in that behavior.


Bobby Finger  18:43

Losing their bubbles?


SuChin Pak  18:44

I say that hits the immigrant bullseye.


SuChin Pak  18:47

Yeah, yeah I mean, let me just say that I grew up in a household where my dad bought a can of let’s I don’t know, Budweiser at the beginning of the week, because he, somewhere in his brain discovered or felt like, beer was a good digestive like property. Again, no science, but he just kind of felt that and he would buy that at the beginning of the week, take two sips and then put a saran wrap in a rubber band around the top and that would sit in the fridge and he would drink a little sip of that after after, after his dinner. That is the gene pool that I am born from. I cannot escape but I’m not proud of it. And I’ve shared it with Ku, and our audience because I feel safe here. But I’m not like going going out you know, to Galas. I’m not going out to a minor red carpet events telling people that this is something I’m proud of.


Lindsey Weber  18:47

It does?


Lindsey Weber  19:49

Yeah, you know, it’s giving whatever works for you, is that my opinion on that truly like, yeah, a little sip of beer after dinner is really not going to do anything for anyone and I say cheers. You know, that’s great.


Bobby Finger  20:01

But it might make you feel like it is doing something.


Lindsey Weber  20:04

Which is really the biggest value.


Bobby Finger  20:06

It’s technically the placebo effect. It’s just like, if you feel like what you’re doing is good. Doesn’t matter whether or not it is. That’s true, there’s value in it, there’s values.


SuChin Pak  20:16

For doctors so true. I mean, I don’t know. I don’t know what more science behind that. And it really started to with like, I’m trying to think of one that I mean, I’ve always had this behavior, but it really, really bubbled up oh, sorry. Wow, I just came up with that. During lockdown when I was, you know, as many of us, like went into beverages. It just was the only thing that was giving me that joy, and so.


Bobby Finger  20:47

The T one still is unmatched.


Lindsey Weber  20:47

You will this is where my hibiscus can what $8 that can garbage came from where I’m locked down. I’m like, excited when the spindrift flavor appears. I’m like, oh, Bobby remembers this era of mine. I have to try this new spindrift flavor. Like I feel like my mental health is better because I don’t feel that way anymore. Because I’m not being like, I must try like lime or whatever it was, and they’re good, but they’re not that good.


Lindsey Weber  21:14

It is, but we have more things to do now, so we’re not like as excited.


SuChin Pak  21:18

Yeah, yeah. We’re not getting notifications in the middle of the night and getting immediately instant carting. That’s not what’s happening.


Lindsey Weber  21:25

Right and paying like $20 for shipping for cans of water.


SuChin Pak  21:30

Well, that’s kind of where I started to get really anxious about the amount of money I was spending on. You know, the goo yaki. What is it wayaki sparkling yerba monta?


Lindsey Weber  21:44

I love that.


SuChin Pak  21:45

It’s so good, and t’s so freakin expensive.


Kulap Vilaysack  21:48

But she guys, she cuts it to like I when I tell you, she cuts it down […]


Bobby Finger  21:56

Sparkling has gone.


Lindsey Weber  21:57

You know caffeinated, that’s.


SuChin Pak  22:01

Yeah, and I’m like I can, I can probably get down 12 of these in my locked down days, right? And then you’re doing the math, and you’re like, that’s not you. I can’t just be literally urinating dollars. You know, like, it’s not that we can’t flush that so […].


Bobby Finger  22:21

That’s what Susie would say, Susie would say, she was he would applaud, applaud you for making that change in your life right now.


Lindsey Weber  22:28

She really was.


SuChin Pak  22:29

I’m a child of the Orman philosophy, you know.


Kulap Vilaysack  22:36

Lindsey, so let’s talk about something that you’re adding, and it’s related to what you’re removing from cart. So you’re adding a real watch, and you’re removing a smart or like an Apple watch.


Lindsey Weber  22:49

Okay, right, yes, I have had many iterate Bobby knows this. I’ve had like, every iteration of smart device that you could attach to your body except for.


Bobby Finger  22:58

All of them.


Lindsey Weber  22:59

I know, but I am like loving the idea of like body tracking, but I think I’ve never stuck with it longer than one year, like ever, like, I get bored or something or gets uncomfortable in my body like the aura ring that I gave to pumping, which I don’t even think you’ve have you even dealt with.


Bobby Finger  23:18

Somewhere, it’s also doesn’t quite it doesn’t quite fit on my fingers, my fingers are too big. So like the one that you have isn’t quite, it’s not quite.


Kulap Vilaysack  23:25

I’m going to quickly flash this oar ring which I purchased for my husband for his birthday, and he bothers him. And so now what do I do with it? I just.


Bobby Finger  23:35

I just hate the idea of having to charge stuff. Like the iPhone is one thing but like my watch, I throw it on my nightstand and I put it on in the morning like.


Lindsey Weber  23:42

That’s my main.


Bobby Finger  23:44

I hate charging.


Lindsey Weber  23:45

If my watch dies, I think that’s embarrassing. Like for me and for everyone, like you’re watching die. And I also it like broke and then it wasn’t waterproof anymore, really and then I was like, I’m not gonna get this fixed because it costs more than the watch to get it fixed, and I was mad at Apple for a long time just like just just angry, and then I stopped so I stopped wearing it. And then I was like, well now I don’t even know what time it is ever except for if I look at my phone and I hate my phone because it’s Apple also and I hate it so I’m like okay, now relations come into my I need a watch, I need a watch. I don’t know what it’s going to be yet like I’d love, I have all these functions in my mind but I’m also like, no, that’s not the point, you need a normal watch like don’t function, you just need but I’m also very much like, I love the idea of a digital watch because I’m bad at reading the clock but shouldn’t I learn how to read the clock better so I should get a normal watch like, I put up a clock in my apartment and I found it very soothing to look at it and have to think about what so anyways, this is the journey that you’re coming with me on and I do feel like I’m almost there and I keep getting watch ads on Instagram and they’re figuring it out for me and I do feel like eventually I will get a watch ad that is the watch and so I’m going to wait until that happens, there you go.


Kulap Vilaysack  25:00

But what are the contenders? Like what are what are we seen?


Bobby Finger  25:04

Do you want a vintage watch? Or do you want a new watch? Like are you looking?


Kulap Vilaysack  25:07

Like Rolexes?


Bobby Finger  25:08



Lindsey Weber  25:09

No, no, I think old vintage watch would be cool but I keep getting ads for like Timex and I’m like, ooh, like classic like I guess that are like I’ll get I got one for a watch, that’s like first surfers. So it’s like really waterproof, which I really like too. So that one I was very interested in for a while and had bookmarked and then I was like, but maybe I want more of a classic watch that goes with like my everyday wardrobe versus like, a kind of more silly watch for surfers or something. So now I’m just kind of between those two styles.


Kulap Vilaysack  25:38

Also, I’m throwing in that she’s added to cart surfing. So this is related to a lifestyle […] decision she’s making. You’re surfing.


Lindsey Weber  25:47

That’s why my algorithm again was serving me surfing related content meaning of surf watch. So then it became like, that was part of the journey. But now I’m kind of just stuck and I don’t know and I feel like what I do need to do is just like go into a store a few times a different watch stores and actually like look at watches versus buy things online that I don’t know. What is a watch store?


Bobby Finger  26:09

Literally go to Macy’s.


Lindsey Weber  26:11

Like Macy’s or like Timex or or swatch? Like they have those in airports. Maybe I’ll go in there, I think the issue too, is I have a really, I have small wrists too. So I can’t get like a huge watch. And one of the things that I hated about Apple watch is that it’s really thick. Like it’s like, inches off your wrist bulky.


Kulap Vilaysack  26:30

You need to delicate watch.


Lindsey Weber  26:32

I need a delicate watch. But I don’t necessarily need like a women’s watch. I just need to figure out like what it is I’m doing here but I love a journey like that, I want this to take forever, you know, I want this to drag out.


SuChin Pak  26:43

So this is very much like Bobby.


Kulap Vilaysack  26:44

Yeah, this is your espresso machine.


Bobby Finger  26:48

Zero espresso maker.


Lindsey Weber  26:50

But unlike Bobby, if I knew what I wanted, I would not hesitate. I would buy it immediately. And if it cost a gajillion dollars, I would still buy it, I know how much I want watch.


SuChin Pak  27:01

I think Lindsey, if I may add to your watch journey, I think having one watch that fulfills all of those things is going to just delay the watch buying I think you have one watch when you surf. And then you have the other watch when you’re not surfing. So that’s hysterical, and that’s what it is. And I have a suggestion for a watch because I’m a watch person. And that would be a company called Breda or Breda B R E D A.


Lindsey Weber  27:34

I think it’s an oh, I’ve seen them on Instagram. Yes, I’ve seen them.


SuChin Pak  27:37

And they’re beautiful watches, they’re not that expensive. They have a tons of different styles. I also have a very small wrist, etcetera, etcetera. And they have the vintagey vibe, because I think finding the perfect watch is really hard. And and here’s my question sorry about the Apple Watches because Kulap, do you have an Apple Watch?


Kulap Vilaysack  27:58

Right here.


SuChin Pak  27:59

Okay, my thing about it is was when I’m with someone who has an Apple watch, and then like, I guess like an email comes in or something, and they just like quickly glance, so they’re still talking, but it’s just like a quick glance. And I see them do that 30 times in a conversation and I’m like, can you stop that? Do you get that? Like, it’s almost like did you know that? You guys know what I mean? Like when you’re in a conversation they almost don’t know that they’re doing it’s almost like a tic, it freaks me out.


Kulap Vilaysack  28:30

It is in like the person is doing is like they don’t see it really being settled. It’s bad, it’s not good.


Bobby Finger  28:40

I have one and I only wear it when I am like running or like at the gym. Because I got like the cheapest like entry level one and that’s the only thing I use it for because when I try it out, like wearing it in the real world, I would I would look at it too much like all of my texts. Like if a text comes on my phone well it’s in my pocket, I might not necessarily pull it out right away. But if it’s on my phone I’m constantly looking at my watch and I was like this is nuts. I guess you’re right, I could have turned off those notifications but how do you even act the menu on that thing is crazy […] it’s like rolling it around it’s so.


Kulap Vilaysack  29:17

And it’s hard not to use all the features.


Bobby Finger  29:21



Lindsey Weber  29:21

I that’s also an issue I have that’s a that’s a dementia, I have to pay for it. But the point is like at the end of my Apple Watch journey, I had all the features turned off and I was like so you’re just having a watch on, and now I just have this bulky watch that I have to charge a lot. What’s the point of this so that’s why I kind of ended and then I dropped it on the floor and then it cracked and I was like we’re over you know we’re done but.


Bobby Finger  29:47

I didn’t know that part of it.


SuChin Pak  29:48

Want a relationship. I’m glad I bought the the train ride ticket. The slow one not that not the speedy bullet train, this is what I’m here for, this is what we’re both here for I want every nook, every cranny.


Kulap Vilaysack  30:02

Well in that sort of that ticket, I feel like I’m I am landing in the same place, Lindsey is? I think I have falling out of love with this watch. And especially with like this band when I’m working out, it’s the one that’s sort of magnetic. It’s annoying to me that I kickbox and so when I kickbox I need to change it to a sportier band so that it’ll stay. And that’s annoying, that’s dumb.


Bobby Finger  30:29

Switching up the band.


Kulap Vilaysack  30:31

Yeah, it’s so dumb.


Lindsey Weber  30:33

To each their own journey, I also found that like tracking my workouts wasn’t making them better or more helpful or anything at all. So it was like, that was another thing where I thought that would like motivate me and it actually just didn’t.


Kulap Vilaysack  30:46

It brings me back to our sparkling water conversation and Pandemic behavior. Uh, one of the reasons why I got it is because I moved so little, that I needed to kind of like, like, look, this is empirical proof how little you move you knew you knew, but when you saw many steps every day, like that’s, and I don’t think I need it anymore maybe, wow. I’m really thinking about things. I’m really being mindful and this is how a person grows and evolves, is considering these important things, it’s such.


Lindsey Weber  31:22

You also could just drop it like really hard on the ground. And if you drop it hard enough, it will break and then you can’t use it anymore because it’s basically stupid. And it’s embarrassing and people will see why is your Apple Watch have a huge crack. So you could do that too. Just an option you know.


Kulap Vilaysack  31:38

I mean, like that’s your Suze Orman pitch.


Lindsey Weber  31:43

Even doesn’t really hard on the floor.


Bobby Finger  31:45

Break your luxury items. You don’t need them.


Lindsey Weber  31:48

You don’t need them if they’re broken.


Bobby Finger  31:51

Break your luxury items and buy a 60 pound tub of Folgers and like shut up.


Lindsey Weber  31:57

Oh my god, Suze Orman I bet does have a 60 fold. She uses the oldest drip coffee machine and does drink trash all day.


SuChin Pak  32:06

She’s sleeping on that cash, stacks and stacks of it.


Kulap Vilaysack  32:16

Let’s live in a world where we have a always sold out kitchen spoon. Bobby, what is this?


Lindsey Weber  32:23

Not this.


Kulap Vilaysack  32:24

What is the spoon?


Bobby Finger  32:26

Okay, I felt like this, Lindsey knows my journey with the spoon I felt like the spoon was just like very representative of my typical shopping journey. Which is that this spoon is like what? Click it I think it’s $35, $35.


Lindsey Weber  32:40

For one spoon.


Bobby Finger  32:41

I’ve wanted this spoon for a year and I’m always like.


Lindsey Weber  32:44

Totally rarely spoon. I would have guessed it was $200.


SuChin Pak  32:49

Wait, hold on. The well is formed, this is what it says on the site. The Wells is formed deep to cradle liquid. It’s cradling liquid, one tablespoon, exactly.


Lindsey Weber  33:01

You heard it.


SuChin Pak  33:02

Wow, it is the well is formed deep to Gradle liquid I like I had to repeat that sentence three times were we to understand what they were saying. Okay, go continue. So this is the world everybody in case you’re like a spoon. Now we’re at the same table go on Bobby.


Bobby Finger  33:25

This spoon was is used by a YouTube chef that I really like. And she mentioned it on one of her videos like over a year ago and I was like the spoon is beautiful. Oh my God, I need a new spoon because I actually don’t have a kitchen spoon that I really liked.


SuChin Pak  33:42

Sorry, just a spoon like Is this like a measuring spoon?


Bobby Finger  33:46

Well like a like a stirring spoon like a it’s a it’s for stirring and also sipping but what I also like about it is that it’s exactly one tablespoon, so I could use it for adding like specific amounts of like vinegar or whatever to my stuff and it’s like heavy and substantial. And when I’m stirring with a metal spoon or like a saucepan I’m usually just using like a big spoon from my drawer of utensils, right like because I have wood spoons, I have silicone spoons, but I don’t have any good metal spoons. I have a slotted spoon, but not a nonsense. Anyway, so I was like, this is actually filling a void that I need to be filled in my kitchen, but I was like $35 I don’t know it is the perfect spoon and I think it’s beautiful. And it’s been co signed by a chef that I like, I don’t know $35, and then when I finally decided to pull the trigger months later it was sold out and it’s been sold out ever since this spoon would have been perfect and I could have bought the spoon over a year ago. But because I keep dragging my heels.


Kulap Vilaysack  34:42

It’s your white whale.


Bobby Finger  34:43

With this perfect spoon that I want.


SuChin Pak  34:45

It’s a misconnection, it’s a love loss. You need to go on Craigslist and write about this as if it was your love.


Lindsey Weber  34:56

Bobby I think Hulu can also offer to like send you the spoon well, once in excellent comments somewhere so you really also just need to like.


Bobby Finger  35:03

They all have to send me their spoon. I’m not taking a hooligan.


SuChin Pak  35:05



Bobby Finger  35:06

That’s nuts.


SuChin Pak  35:07

What do you mean? I sent it to me? I’ll take a hooligan spoon cares. You won’t you won’t accept a spoon that creates a mat and in perfect material finish, where each piece is stamped and etched and then finished by hand on a, on a leave?


Lindsey Weber  35:26

You know what’s crazy, this spoon should be more expensive. That’s create that’s actually what I think of when you hear about this fucking spoon. I’m like, it’s so incredible. It’s like, this spoon should be $50 at least.


Kulap Vilaysack  35:41

Again just to remind everybody so if it holds perfectly one tablespoon and this is a small spoon.


Bobby Finger  35:48

It’s a long, I it’s I love how long it is. I hate measuring. I hate I’ve never met measuring spoons, that none of them are good.


SuChin Pak  36:02

Bobby, I’m glad you’re saying that because I’m not much of a cooker and certainly not a recipe, I cannot believe you’re saying that because I was we have so many measuring spoons sets. And they all have flaws with Kulap, she has an incredible kitchen and she cooks, do you have a measuring spoon set that you love?


Kulap Vilaysack  36:22

That, I will not love that. I like you know it’s not I have two sets I’m like.


Lindsey Weber  36:30

Have you guys seen they sell? I’m not a cook, but I’d have seen this, they sell like a one that’s almost like a little cup and inside it’s like graduated what’s the.


Bobby Finger  36:40

Oh that’s for the cup measuring cups, yeah.


Lindsey Weber  36:42

No, no, they have one for spoon for a little spoons for teaspoon tablespoon, should I just go get it like do you want to see what I’m talking about?


SuChin Pak  36:50

Go get it, go get it. So it’s not a spoon, it’s a cup that measures in a tablespoon, let’s see this, let’s see what she’s talking about. So what okay, describe Lindsey for our listeners what your oh god I could barely describe. Okay, so it’s a metal cup with a spout that which I like and inside.


Lindsey Weber  37:10

The inside, it has half a tablespoon, one tablespoon, two tablespoons, three tablespoon four tablespoon and then it has a fourth of an ounce half of an ounce three fourths of an ounce an ounce etc.


Bobby Finger  37:20

So it has  that wouldn’t replace for like baking for dry ingredients.


Lindsey Weber  37:25

No, it wouldn’t it would not.


SuChin Pak  37:26

Recover for dry there we go and we’re back to square one. Going back to this $35 spoon that you will never get because it is sold out and I have a feeling it will be sold out for a while. By the way it modeled after old European and American silhouettes. I mean I just keep reading this and laughing that this is about spoon. So some artisan in Austria it takes that person 12 years to make each spoon so it will be a while.


Kulap Vilaysack  37:56

It will be a while and there’s no sort of option to go like hey email me when they’re back in stock.


SuChin Pak  38:01

No, that’s not how they do it they yeah, they’re still on the old time.


Kulap Vilaysack  38:09

Let’s talk about these, what is this here? This is the all.


Bobby Finger  38:14

My cart is so stupid.


Kulap Vilaysack  38:15

I’m so good no, it’s perfection. I want to talk about Superfeet insoles.


Bobby Finger  38:22

Okay I hate.


SuChin Pak  38:25

Lindsey’s already laughing.


Bobby Finger  38:27

Shoes, I don’t love shoes first of all like I have big feet. It’s harder for me to find shoes because I have a big. They’re like size 14.


Kulap Vilaysack  38:46



Bobby Finger  38:46

I’m from Texas, I went out of my way to not have to ever wear socks in my life. Like I wore flip flops day in day out for like many many years and then I moved to New York and I was like I need to be an adult I need to start wearing socks and shoes like a normal person. I started realizing after I started wearing shoes more and not just […] and flip flops that like my knees are very sensitive to shoes. And so this is so boring, I’m telling you my add to cart is so boring. So I bought I started buying insoles and I was like wow insoles are amazing, insoles are a godsend now I understand why everyone likes insoles they instantly make my knees feel better, and because Lindsey said I’m cheap, this is a problem in the winter. I’m transferring my insoles my one pair of insoles to every shoe.


Kulap Vilaysack  39:29

Wait you are?


Bobby Finger  39:30

And it’s so annoying, and I’m like.


SuChin Pak  39:32

Insoles are expensive.


Bobby Finger  39:34

They’re expensive and so I was like why don’t I tell.


Lindsey Weber  39:36

You about getting custom insoles, Bobby.


Bobby Finger  39:38

No, I’m not getting custom insoles because I don’t need them like I’m happy with the ones that I have. The doctor shows that I have are like my current set because they do wear through pretty quickly are on their last legs or last feet I guess. And so I was looking at some new ones. And I found, I wanted a good recommendation for some and I didn’t want to get those custom ones because I guess my Instagram knows that I wear a lot of insoles because I’m constantly getting that ad for like, step on the pad. I’ve gotten that and it’ll, it’ll do your arch perfectly, and then you send in the pad that you step on, and it makes you custom insoles, and they’re really expensive, so I was like, I don’t need to go down that road. I on multiple Reddit threads and multiple like insole review websites, they recommended this brand called Super feet, and so I finally ordered some of them and they’re more expensive than a Doctor Scholls. But I’m like, I think I might buy like two of these. And then we’ll have like one Doctor School, that I’m like transferring.


Kulap Vilaysack  40:34

So this is $34.99.


Bobby Finger  40:36

Yes. Once summer hits.


Kulap Vilaysack  40:38

I’m all bets are off.


Bobby Finger  40:39

Back to the Divas. No, it’s no insoles for me, no insoles .


Lindsey Weber  40:43

You’re transferring insoles.


Bobby Finger  40:46

Oh yeah, I’m transferring themselves left and right. It’s so annoying because they’re floppy. They’re not easy to get in there.


SuChin Pak  40:52

Especially if you’ve worn them into a certain shoe and it fits that.


Bobby Finger  40:56

It’s gross.


SuChin Pak  40:56

I have transferred many insoles from shoe to shoe and I understand that pain, Bobby.


Bobby Finger  41:03

Just like speaking all this out loud is making me feel so demented but it’s the truth.


Kulap Vilaysack  41:10

It’s your truth., yes, it is. What’s with this leather conditioner, and why do you know about?


Bobby Finger  41:15

Okay, here’s another here’s another story. years ago, years ago, my friend my very good friend Lauren Lindsey knows her worked for a company that kind of went bankrupt. It was a old fancy leather goods company, and she’d like did ads for them. And they were called a Gurkha. It was like an old Italian Leather Company. And they made really, really expensive fancy leather bags and duffels and all this stuff. And she needed help doing something like I, I did some copywriting for them, and they were like, we don’t really have any money, but we can pay you in product. And I was like, okay, and the assignment was actually pretty easy. But they paid me in this really expensive black leather tote bag. And I love tote bags. And I was like, it’s suede, it’s really beautiful. But it’s like kind of impractical. I like it, I take it around very, very rarely. But I put it in one of those like Rubbermaid bins under my bat under my bed with all my winter clothes, like two years ago. And I was pulling out my winter clothes a couple months ago. And it was at the bottom of the thing. And I was like, oh, right, this beautiful, expensive bag that I got for free or whatever. And I was like, I should keep this as is really nice, I should take care of it. And so I was looking at lead I was like, how do you take care of leather, so that doesn’t get all messed up. And again, Reddit thread recommended this brand and I was like okay, so I bought this stuff, and I like applied it to it just to like, it’s a nice bet wait, look at this bag. I have […] It’s like it’s like a $1,500 bag. I got it for like writing ad copy for this thing. Anyway, it’s nice I was just like, this is one of the nicest things that I own. So like I should take care of it.


Lindsey Weber  43:05

But Leather Conditioner is great for lots of things.


Bobby Finger  43:08

I think that I could put her on some my shoes my boots, so.


Kulap Vilaysack  43:12

Let’s get into some things that you are removing from cart. You are done, you are absolutely done with the plastic. Wait, what are the over shirts? What is what do you mean by over shirts, you have too many of.


Bobby Finger  43:26

Oh, like a like a jacket like a button down that you put over a shocker, and I’ve got like, I’ve got plenty of them because I really liked them, I like.


SuChin Pak  43:37

I love a shocking.


Bobby Finger  43:38

They just like I’m weird about clothes, I never feel comfortable, and I’m like, I never know what looks good or whatever. But I feel like when I wear an overshirt I like feel comfortable in it, and so I have like a lot of colors of over shirts, and Lindsey and I were just in a store in Brooklyn the consistency project they sell like old vintage jeans and pants that like they will hem for you and make them fit you, but they had all these over shirts, and they were so nice and I was like I can’t buy another one of these things, this is so stupid. I don’t need another one, please stop yourself even though I know I will never regret actually buying one because I know I will look good in it and feel comfortable in it. I don’t have the space for them, like I have too many tote bags too.


Kulap Vilaysack  44:17

Lift overshirt is like the modern blazer. Is that fair to say?


Bobby Finger  44:23

I don’t wear a blazer. And I don’t really have like light jackets. I just have a lot of different colored over shirts.


Lindsey Weber  44:30

Right and like we live in a city where that’s like not necessarily a year round kind of thing. So it’s like the shackles are wonderful but like it’s kind of for Fall or Spring and we’re actually expressing those or you’re wearing them under your coat which is cool too, but your coats have to like make sure you can do that behavior. You know like it’s almost like cardigan vibes or whatever but if the jacket is a little bit bigger than a cardigan you’re kind of out of luck because it’s you can’t really.


Bobby Finger  45:01

Every time I wear a cardigan, regret it never fits me right.


Kulap Vilaysack  45:05

Who? Weekly says removed from cart all cardigans.


Lindsey Weber  45:09



Kulap Vilaysack  45:10



Bobby Finger  45:12

Cardigans, out.


Lindsey Weber  45:14

More sweaters less cardigans agree?


Kulap Vilaysack  45:16

That’s all for today’s episode Lindsey and Bobby where can people find more of you?


Lindsey Weber  45:22

Damn well after this conversation they’re certainly going to be looking.


Bobby Finger  45:27

And yeah, people are gonna hear us and say we want more of those too, anywhere you get your podcasts and also is everything you could possibly news on


Lindsey Weber  45:39

Yes and we do our own with once a year we also send out kind of like a what we’re buying and what we’re not buying newsletter and our patriots like love it which is so crazy.


Bobby Finger  45:49

Because they love yours, they love yours.


Lindsey Weber  45:51

Because I have a shopping addiction but they I think they like yours to the spoon was like a big conversation topic in the comments.


Bobby Finger  45:58

One of the things on my shopping list was a three pack of long sleeve white t shirts that I really like and that I thought that well.


Kulap Vilaysack  46:05

Look, it is the crux of this podcast.


Bobby Finger  46:08

You know what? I love them.


Lindsey Weber  46:09



Kulap Vilaysack  46:10

It’s revealing.


SuChin Pak  46:12

It’s the perfect yin and yang I mean you guys are the Ku, and Su, of your world because to compare Ku’s list to my list on paper, these two people they don’t, they don’t like each other they don’t socialize. They once maybe met and didn’t like each other and confirmed it in person. One is really annoying the other just wishes that person would go you know enemy away.


Kulap Vilaysack  46:39

We’re equally annoying in different ways.


SuChin Pak  46:42

And for some reason in person it works.


Kulap Vilaysack  46:47

It works.


CREDITS  46:52

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