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  • And we're recording

  • Here we go

  • Ready Casper?

  • Yes!

  • Cigarettes

  • Drugs

  • Alcohol

  • Three things that you've probably heard of

  • But maybe not been offered yet

  • So I'm here with the help of my good friend, and roommate, Caspar Lee. Say hello.

  • Hiii! Oh sorry, hi.

  • What's wrong with your voice?

  • This short little video is just a little heads up

  • To sort of give you some advice and guidance when it comes to being offered these three things.

  • Now everyone that I know and I mean everyone that I know,

  • Has either been offered drugs, cigarettes or alcohol.

  • So Caspar, you've been offered stuff in the past. What happened? Tell me what happened. I wanna know.

  • Well, uh, you know growing up

  • You get offered, you usually get offered drink first.

  • Yes, I found that too. Caspar: Or cigarettes.

  • And then as you get older, you're maybe offered drugs

  • The first time I ever saw someone my age smoking was when I was like 11.

  • Right.

  • And they were like 12 and they were really cool and they were telling me to smoke as well.

  • And there were three of them but I was lucky enough to feel confident to say, like, no.

  • I don't need that.

  • And I was obviously really scared of cigarettes

  • As you probably should be, as cigarettes aren't very good for you.

  • And it was quite scary to say no.

  • Why was it scary to say no?

  • I think cause I wanted to be a part of a group

  • And when you're that age, that's very important.

  • Even if that group is doing something that you wouldn't want to do.

  • When you're in that young stage, I remember when I was younger, sort of around that same sort of age

  • There was kids, in my school, this is a primary school that were smoking.

  • And I was like, for me, I never even want to try it.

  • There's a tiny little bit of curiosity as to like

  • Why are they doing this? At that age, I was too young to really know

  • What was cool and what wasn't cool.

  • But then you go through a stage, obviously, where's it more secondary school

  • Like late teens, early teens, late teens.

  • And I feel like then, there's way more pressure on you, as a person, to join in.

  • Caspar: Yeah. Joe: And do that kind of thing.

  • So when I was offered cigarettes, when I was younger, luckily

  • I grew up around a load of guys who were

  • Really into sport.

  • The Rugby Lads!

  • Yeah, growing up through school, I hung out with the rugby lads

  • And obviously, they're really into their rugby, so they didn't smoke.

  • They were all about healthy eating,

  • Fitness and that kind of stuff.

  • So, and to me, they were the coolest group in school.

  • Whenever I got offered cigarettes, it was very easy to say no.

  • But I kind of feel like in today's society,

  • It, there's a minority of people that smoke.

  • Nowadays, there's so much promotion for healthy eating.

  • It's cool to be clean!

  • Alcohol is a whole different story I guess.

  • When you're younger, sometimes you start drinking for the wrong reasons.

  • Umm and obviously, you shouldn't be drinking at a young age.

  • But I know it happens.

  • But I think the thing is to be doing it on your own terms and not be doing it because you feel you need to.

  • With these kind of things, it's never the case of 'oh I wanna sit with the crowd'

  • Do you know what I mean? I think nowadays,

  • It's so much more important and more respected

  • If you stick to what you believe in.

  • If you're not ready to try these kind of things, that's fine.

  • It's someone judges you for that, then that's their problem.

  • How should, that should not effect you in the slightest.

  • And it's not a rite of passage.

  • It's not a rite of passage.

  • You don't have to do all these things.

  • Have you ever been offered drugs Caspar Lee?

  • Caspar: Wellllll Joe: Don't lie to me!

  • Drugs include cigarettes and alcohol.

  • Umm, I think the main thing is to just figure out your own stance on these three things.

  • And just stick by your guns.

  • The whole point of this video is to remind you how important it is to be yourself.

  • And not have to do what other people are doing.

  • I think that's what makes you cooler at the end of the day.

  • Joe: Yeah.

  • And as well, I think you'll have so much more respect for yourself.

  • And it shows how strong you are as a person,

  • If you can make these decisions on your own.

  • 'Cause to be honest, they're big decisions.

  • If you do those things a lot, you'll be associated with those things.

  • And if you want to be associated with them - that's fine.

  • But if you dont

  • That's also fine.

  • So guys, I hope you enjoyed this video.

  • And thank you for making a serious video for once in your life.

  • That's a very good point. This is my first ever serious video. Caspar: Really?!

  • Joe: Yeah bu- Capsar: Aww you did really well. Joe: Yeah but you know what, I'm actually very happy with it.

  • Caspar: Yeah? Joe: Ahhhhh.

  • That really hurt.

  • I wanna hear you got to say, so in the comments section below

  • Let me know your experiences when it's come to

  • Drugs, alcohol or cigarettes.

  • I want to know what your experiences were like when you were offered these things.

  • And how you dealt with that

  • So let me know in the comments below.

  • What's that supposed to mean?

  • Like cool dude.

  • Oh, we'll see you very, very soon. Cya later! Bye!

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