What’s up, my toes? It’s Jonathan, a.k.a The Toe Bro, and I got some exciting news! So I’m gonna be holding my first ever kind of educational seminar in Toronto, Canada. I’m planning to do it on June 9th. It’s gonna be a four-hour session and basically the theme is “Stepping up Your Foot Care 101”. So this is geared for nail technicians, pedicurists, foot care nurses, anyone who deals with feet or performs foot care. And the goal is to improve your foot health knowledge, foot care knowledge, so you can provide better service to your clients. If you guys are interested, go to my website: www.thetoebro.com You’ll find the seminar as a product that you can purchase and that will give you the right to come join me for four hours and talk about feet. If this is something you are interested in, check it out. For now, this is for all of my Toronto peeps. If you guys are in town, come visit me and hopefully, if everything goes well, this is something I can do in a city near you. And before we get into the video, I want to share one last little thing with you guys. I had a huge “fan boy” moment when I got a little shout out from Dr. Pimple Popper on her Instagram account! She actually contacted me, and I reached out back to her and I sent her a little care package just to say how much of an inspiration she was for me and is for me, and she’s the main reason why I started my YouTube channel and she took a little video when she received it and put it on her Instagram. So for me, I was on cloud number 9! So again, if you don’t follow her, please check her out on Instagram at Dr. Pimple Popper and if you don’t already, please follow me at the toe bro. So thank you, Dr. Pimple Popper! Thank you, Doctor Lee, for shouting out and giving me a little mention. I’m really excited just, you know, to have a few conversation with you, and I’m really looking forward to doing a video together. So again, congrats on all the hard work, and you know getting your own show (on TLC UK)! That’s unbelievable! It’s amazing!! Everyone roots for you here on YouTube everywhere in the world! It’s amazing to see the things you do. I hope I can aspire to to be at your level one day. Sorry for the long intro guys. Hope you didn’t skip through it, but here we go with the video. Toe Bro, out! (music) TB: If you ever feels the toe nails are too long, you gotta tell someone so they can bring you in. Okay? P: Yeah. TB: But nothing that we worried about; this is an easy fix today. Nothing that we should do today should hurt. So, if something gets a little sensitive, you let me know. P: Yeah, okay. TB: Sounds good? Patient: Yes. P: The last time my brother saw my feet was when I was in the hospital last time. Other person in room: Oh, okay. TB: Oh, okay. I’m going to get another set of nail nippers; I’ll be right back. O: So that was back in January? P: Last year, January. O: Yeah, January. P: When you came to see me in the hospital. O: Yeah. O: And the nurses in the hospital didn’t see them? P: I kept them under the covers. O: Oh, you hid them from the nurses. TB: You’re a foot model now so no more hiding your nails. O: They probably would have had you get them done when, right then and there. O: I’m glad your brother told me about them. TB: Me too, William. O: You’re going to feel a lot better walking around now. TB: Yeah, we’re gonna make them much better, we’re gonna make them brand new today. TB: You’re definitely gonna be losing some weight today! (laughter) P: I could stand to lose a few pounds. TB: Well, I’m helping you with that today: instant diet. This one’s gonna go by fast! TB: So what’s gonna happen, there’s two things that are gonna happen now that the nails will be shorter: it’ll be easier for you to cut. P: Yeah. TB: But if you need help cutting the toenails, that’s what I’m here for, okay? P: Yeah. TB: So you can always get someone to come bring you and then we take care of the nails again, okay? O: It’s not far for you to come either, William, right? P: Where are we? O: Oh, I took a different route, but you just come straight down here, Ontario and then across Dundas. P: Oh really? O: We’re just past Confederation going west on Dundas. Yeah. P: That’s not far. O: When we go home, I’ll go the other route that you’d normally would take with it with the bus because I came down the Confederation, the Central Parkway Route. TB: So looking at that toenail on your on your left foot, I think it hasn’t been cut in probably hmm, maybe five years. You were saving that one all for me. O: Wow! Do they stop growing at some point? TB: No, they keep growing. O: Oh, yeah? TB: They keep growing. Just the speed kind of changes O: Oh, okay. It slows down. TB: Yeah, because since they’re growing thicker, it kind of goes like in this twisting it doesn’t really grow long; it just grows thicker and thicker and thicker. O: Ah, ah. TB: You doing okay, William? P: I’m doing okay. TB: Okay. Hopefully after we’re done, you’re doing better. O: Your shoes are gonna feel light. P: I need new shoes. O: I think that looking at that, I think you’re right. Maybe we can go shopping for new shoes and a bathing suit, so you can use the swimming pool. TB: Woooh! O: Did your brother end up bringing his daughter to see the party room? P: They haven’t come yet? O: They haven’t come yet? When’s your birthday? P: I don’t know. I forget. O: Okay. P: I’m gonna call my brother tonight. I think maybe I’ll ask him. O: Yeah. P: I want them to book it soon. Ah! TB: Oh, sorry, sorry, William. Are you okay? P: Yeah. TB: Sorry about that. O: Do you want me to book it soon? P: Because you never know if you wait then maybe someone else will book it on the same day. O: That’s right. He wants to get it. He should go good soon, but he’s a guy, you know. You sound more organized than your brother, you know that’s what happens, right? TB: So we’re going on this one, this might be a little bit tough, okay So if it’s little sensitive you just give me a little “ow”, okay? O: Maybe after we can paint your toenails. (laughter) TB: What color would you go, William, if you’re going to do it? P: Pink!! (laughter) TB: If you’re gonna do it, you might was well do it! Yeah, if you’re gonna paint, then you might as well paint them. That’s good! O: I figured a nice sparkly one. A nice sparkly nail polish. P: I’ll be able to use the pool. O: Yeah! TB: No, you’re gonna be showing off these feet now! O: You can use the pool once we get a bathing suit, right? P: Yeah. Go skinny dipping! O: And maybe a nice big towel or a housecoat. Have you got a housecoat at home? P: No. O: Maybe you should get one of those terrycloth housecoats so then you can just go up and down with that onto the pool, right, and you need some sandals. You got sandals, flip-flops? P: No. O: You need those to wear to the pool, too. So you need more than just a bathing suit. P: And I use the gym too. O: Well, then you need some shorts. TB: You just need a big shopping spree! That’s what is sounds like. O: Yeah, we’ll get you all organized. But first, we’ve got to get your computer, right? No, maybe not because then you won’t go out of the house. If we get the computer, you might not never leave home. P: I’ll be going to the movie theater. O: Ah. O: And what, try to hook it up on this big screen or something and do stuff on the computer or what? O: I don’t know how to do that! That’s too techie for me! TB: You okay, William? P: Yeah. I could use the theater room but I have to know how to use the equipment in it. O: Yeah, well, that’s what I mean; that’s too techie for me. I don’t know all that stuff. TB: Okay. Last foot! I’m happy you only have two feet! And then after, we’ll wipe down the feet and clean up the feet a little bit, okay? O: I thought you would have to get a Dremel (grinding tool) and just ZZZZ. TB: We’ll see, I think we’ll be okay; this is gonna be an interesting one. And we’ll do all the easy ones first. So then other nails are all nice and normal, okay? These are… O: They don’t grow very fast then though. The other ones… TB: No. You’ve been trimming your nails haven’t you every now and then? Have you.. P: I don’t want my nails to fall off. TB: Okay. P: Someday, I’d be walking and I’d feel something in my sock it would be a nail. O: Oh, maybe they were cracking then and coming off on their own. They got too dry? TB: You okay, William? P: Yeah. P: But did you know a technique to torture people is sticking something in but under the nail? O: Oh, yeah. TB: That’s not fun, is it? O: That would be horrible! TB: Well they wouldn’t be able to do it on this one! Nothing would get under there! That one that one’s torture proof! So I’m just trying to trim the nails as short as we can. TB: Okay. And we’ll do one last, this one here. Okay, just relax your foot. There we go and we’ll save the fun one for last. Your nails are pretty brittle. That’s why they were probably just cracking off. O: It’s easier to clip them if you soak them first, maybe, at home, then they’re softer. O: Once a week, I clip them. That should be good. TB: You should be good. You just got to make sure you’re able to. So if you’re not able to, William, you just have to let somebody know and then you can come see me, okay? P: Okay. TB: And that will make it easier for you. You can just sit up in your throne and be the king. The king with his coffee or drink. Okay. O: William, since I saw you last did you buy any books? Ought oh! P: No! O: Yeah, really? No! Good for you! I’m impressed! P: I went to the bookstore once to look at magazines but none of them interested me. O: Oh, so you were trying to buy something, you just didn’t find one you like. TB: What kind of books you like to read? O: We’ve got to keep him out of the bookstore because all of the books he’s got. P: Fiction books nonfiction. Oh boy! O: Yeah. Oh boy is right! TB: There you go! Five pounds right here! O: It looks like a snail! TB: Off it goes and luckily it didn’t cut into the skin. We had a lot of lint that was caught in there. O: Wow. Very lucky! TB: So really lucky, William. P: If it cut into my skin, that’s when it would hurt, right? TB: Yes, but even this one being so long, would hurt in your shoes. So next time you feel something’s bugging you or something doesn’t look right, you tell someone right away, okay? P: Yeah. O: Did you read the book for the book club yet? P: No what happened I do not have possession of the book with that latest book; I returned the last one. O: Oh, and you didn’t get the new one? P: No, haven’t been to Friends and Advocates… O: Yeah? P: Since February so… O: Oh my goodness! So you figure you’re not going to go back? You’re kicked out or what? (laughs) P: No! I always have something going on whenever there’s an activity I want to go to. O: Oh, well, you should just let me know what days you want to go to something and I’ll book a different time. P: Ahhh. TB: I’m sorry! I’m sorry! You’re okay? P: Yeah. TB: So what we’re gonna do today, we’re gonna try to get this as nice and short, okay? So if somethings is too sore, you let me know just like that; you did awesome telling me. P: I’ll let you know. TB: Okay. So you like reading fiction? What kind of stuff you like reading? What are your favorite books to read? P: I like thrillers. TB: Whoo! Do you read a lot? P: Ah! TB: I’m sorry, sorry! We’re almost getting that to the end. P: Yeah, that’s why it’s hurting! (laughs) TB: Yeah, you know! O: You’re getting down to the nitty-gritty! TB: Okay. So what we’re gonna do… P: I like reading books that are made into movies. TB: Okay. And do you like watching the movie afterwards? P: Yeah. TB: What do you find is better? Do you like watching the movie or reading the book about it? Okay, so what we’re gonna do, I’m gonna get a little file, like you said, to make everything as smooth as we can, okay? P: Yeah. TB: I’m gonna file the normal nails first and then we’ll do that toe last, okay? P: It hurts. TB: It hurts a little bit? (editing cuts to new sentence) P: Not only does the author keep going on about describing things… O: Yeah. P: He makes really long sentences; some of his sentences could last 50 pages. O: That sounds like me. I am terrible at writing stuff. It is all run-on sentences. You gotta stop, put a period, and then start a new one. P: That tickles. TB: It tickles a little bit? But it doesn’t hurt, does it? P: No. TB: That’s good! O: Is that a Dyson Vacuum? TB: That is a Dyson, I’ve got. O: Does it work good? TB: It does, yeah. O: Do you like it? TB: Yeah O: I was wondering about those. TB: With the amount of nails I gotta… O: They even got Dyson hairdryers now. TB: Yes, I saw that. O: Those are very nice. TB: They look interesting. O: Yeah. My mom’s got the air cooler whatever type thing. It gets cold. TB: In the middle, yeah. O: Yeah. P: I haven’t been getting any books. I think I’ve got all the good books somehow. O: I think, yeah, you got to start reading what you got now. Okay? You’ve got reading material I think for the rest of your life there. P: More than two live’s worth! O: Yeah, I’m telling you. It depends on how fast of a reader you are, I guess. P: When I was in the hospital the first time, I read three books. O: Ahh. P: In three weeks. P: Ah. TB: You okay? P: Yeah. TB: Okay, so that’s as thin as we’re gonna get it: look at that now! P: Holy Moly! TB: Holy Moly! That’s it. Look better or worse? Looks better, huh? So we’re just going to clean up all the feet, get up all the lint, and then take a few final pictures. That’s as thin as we can get the nail.
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