The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast
Bumperpodcast #396 – Season 2 – The Lake
Natty wants to talk about perspective – so, the gang all talk about a trip that they took to the lake – and how they all perceived their shared experiences.
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All right, today we’re going to talk a little bit about shared experiences. Oh, hi, bumper podcast. My name is Natty Bumpercar. Welcome to the show. Today we’re going to talk about shared experiences.
Aloysius J. Pig 1:21 Wait a minute. Could you just repeat the thing that you just said? Twice? Like right over he like you said it and then you don’t understand?
Producer 1:29 Yeah, I distinctly heard him. She said something about share share of experiences and shared experiences. Share, share, share. I don’t okay. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So it was I was a little,
Natty Bumpercar 1:46 yes. Okay. So yes, shared experiences. And what is that? That’s like, when some people, it’s like you have an experience. Right? And then other people maybe have the same experience. But here’s the crazy thing. Maybe they see it from a different perspective.
Doodle Poodle 2:02 Does that make sense? Hi, it’s me doodle. actually makes a lot of sense because maybe somebody who’s an artist drawing perspective, two point perspective. Three point perspective.
Aloysius J. Pig 2:26 Many perspectives you’re gonna do. Yeah. Okay, so I don’t think Natty did that should take the the type of perspective that you’re talking about. But you can tell us so you continue with desk because we’re almost two minutes in and we haven’t even I don’t know what we’re doing. Good
Natty Bumpercar 2:47 point. Good point. Good point. Okay. So wait, shared experiences. So, the other day, we all went to the lake? Right? And so I figure we’ll talk about the lake and what happened to us at the lake
Rufus T. Rufus 3:02 so I am contractually legally and in probably not allowed to talk about what happened at the lake. Exactly.