*Speaking* Bret: To be honest with you, being in um, being in an obviously popular folk band, um, you know, we get our perks, um... Jemaine: Tell them how, um, lots of women always want to kiss us. B: Yeah. Sometimes- well, not sometimes, often- after the show, women, and girls, they want to kiss us. J: Yeah. Well, that's true, I suppose, I never really thought about that, but yeah, now that you come to mention it... B: But, um... Nah, it's a lot of fun. J: It's quite nice. B: Yeah. J: I mean, it's only polite to go along with it. B: If someone kisses you, you just don't say "no," you know, do you? J: Well, not if they paid twenty bucks. B: *pause* To see the show, to see the show. J: Or fifteen bucks, concession B: Yeah. J: Get a little kiss. B: Yeah. Sort of a student kiss. J: *Laughs* Student kiss? B: Pensioner kiss, that sort of stuff. Just a little peck, it's a bit dry, sort of comes away with you. But, uh... J: A group concession kiss. B: True, yeah. Ten, if there's ten, you know, it's obviously... works out for everyone. There are two types of guys, you've probably all heard that, um... J: Yeah, I've heard that. B: And, um... J: Yeah, I'm one of them, and Bret's the other-- B: I'm the other sort. Yeah, pretty much got it covered. But when it becomes, uh, not well, I guess a problem, sort of, you have a kiss, and then sometimes they want to take it a little bit further, *music starts* and that's when it becomes inappropriate for someone that you've only just met.