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  • Mmm.

  • I can feel this butterscotch dissolving on my tongue.

  • It's weird how it grabs my taste buds and pulls in on them as it shrinks, which makes me wonder what else is shrinking out there.

  • Here's my list.

  • Number one.

  • Airplane seats.

  • Airlines have minimized the space allotted to our gloomiest maximus from a company.

  • 34 inches.

  • Proceed to a tight 29 meaning you better cut down on the number two candy bars.

  • Gandhi's confusing.

  • Some familiar favorites have shrunk over the decades.

  • There's a word for when the amount you by shrinks, but the price remains the same.

  • Shrink Flay Shin.

  • But what do you call it when just the price shrinks?

  • A bargain like Number four library finds Not only have library fines been shrinking, some libraries have ditched them altogether.

  • Ironically, this made their losses shrink to people return more books when they aren't penalized.

  • Now, what shrinks if you don't read?

  • And even if you do, number five your brain As you age, it's harder to lose weight everywhere except the brain.

  • After age 40 we lose about 5% of our brain.

  • Wait a decade and number six you.

  • We shrink each day that we spend walking or sitting the pads between our vertebrae get compressed by the weight of all the spine above them.

  • But these pads puff up again while we sleep until we hit 40.

  • When those disks stop plumping up like they used to.

  • On average, men will lose about an inch and women will lose two inches.

  • Number seven Our gums, Not the gun We chew with our teeth, but the gums holding them together.

  • As we age, our gums recede, giving the impression that our teeth are getting longer.

  • Hence the expression long in the tooth.

  • Number eight.

  • Our attention span.

  • A Microsoft study found that while people had an average attention span of 12 seconds in the year 2000 it's now dropped to eight seconds.

  • It's less than a goldfish.

  • They will focus for nine seconds.

  • Nine television commercials The As we watch our designed to shrink one shot commercials get cut into a variety of shorter lengths.

  • After you've seen the one minute version.

  • Expect a 45 seconds 30 seconds in a 15 2nd version of follow 15 seconds is planting because the time we need to pick up media cues has also shrunk.

  • That's why the action in old movies seem so slow.

  • Number 10 jingles Throughout the 19 hundreds, product jingles for brands like Coke and Pepsi were written as songs, complete with verses and bridges.

  • Today, the 32nd version of a commercial is the most common show.

  • It's simply not enough time for the whole song, but you can still fit in.

  • We Are Farmers, Died It About Dum Dum Dum, 11 movie theaters and number 12.

  • The movie screens inside them.

  • Once grand movie palaces that housed one screen and 1000 seats, they have been sliced up into multiplexes with screens cut down to match.

  • These smaller screens come in a huge range from 30 by 10 feet, 23 times that.

  • Meanwhile, home TV screens are bigger.

  • Ah, 43 inch screen used to be considered massive.

  • Now it's puny, and 60 inches is no big deal.

  • Also bigger are the drinks served at movie theaters.

  • A small soda spouts 32 ounces.

  • That's £2 about the weight of a basketball.

  • Now, if you forget to turn off your phone during the movie, you will notice that number 13 phones are smaller than they used to bay.

  • You need really big pockets to carry a rotary phone into the movies.

  • Hey, don't trip on that court.

  • You'll spill that giant soda.

  • Back in the nineties, Motorola's first cell phones weighed two and 1/2 pounds, and we're 10 inches long.

  • That's a size of a shoe heavy shoe.

  • After 20 minutes, those phones needed a fresh battery.

  • In fact, phones have shrunk so much that they're actually getting bigger again, partly to accommodate bigger screens.

  • In case you want to watch a movie while you're in line at the movies and your phone is full of things that have shrunk, like number 14 cameras, a camera and its apparatus used to be the size of a person.

  • Now it's smaller than your finger.

  • 15 microphones, tiny microphones were once the highlight of spy movies.

  • 16 flashlights.

  • The flashlight in your phone is so small that you might not even know it's there, and you probably can't find it in the dark.

  • 17 address books Do digital documents even have a size?

  • Tell me in the comments.

  • 18 computers computers used to take up whole buildings in 1957 the U.

  • S.

  • Air Force built one computer called Sage its size half an acre, and it weighed 275 tons.

  • 19 Your clothes.

  • It's not just that extra candy bar making your pants tied.

  • Any clothes made with natural fibers will shrink in the dryer.

  • They'll continue shrinking with each hot cycle, so play it cool.

  • 20 language barriers.

  • We travel more.

  • The digital world is global and their software to help you translate instantly, plus forget math and Esperanto Emojis are the universal language 21 newspapers.

  • As more and more newspapers and their advertisers move online, the print versions sure do seem to be shrinking.

  • What do you think?

  • Leave a message in the comments.

  • Number 22 Time It takes for news to travel.

  • It used to take months for reports to cross the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Now news travels in a flash.

  • A newsflash.

  • 23 glaciers.

  • A study conducted by the World Glacier Monitoring Service found that glaciers are now shrinking five times faster than they were in the 19 sixties.

  • That's just not good.

  • 24 islands, as glaciers melt that once was.

  • Glacier water raises the level of oceans, causing some islands to shrink as the lowest edges of their coastlines emerge.

  • But, hey, the oceans are growing and not just them.

  • Average height within the human population and the population itself is growing, but number 25 playground equipment Ah, look at old black and white pictures makes it clear.

  • Slides were taller and swing swung further before the 19 seventies, when play equipment shrink as the list of safety regulations grew.

  • 26 the distance to school.

  • I had to walk 12 miles uphill both ways.

  • Barefoot in the snow.

  • Yeah, 27.

  • Amusement park Wait times People used to wait hours to get on a popular ride.

  • Now many parks like Disney World have FastPass technology that lets you make a reservation for the roller coaster at a specific time.

  • 28 Wrestlers Wrestling fans agree Restrictions on the use of performance enhancing supplements have led to a leaner look in the ring.

  • 29 The bee population be capers.

  • Report alarming losses of bees, sometimes as high as 40% 30 that unattended birthday cake in the kitchen.

  • Every time somebody walks past, they cut a tiny sliver off and gobble it before anyone catches them.

  • The next person nabs their own unnoticeable Nagy.

  • Thes nibbles add up, and pretty soon the cakes gone.

  • Number 31 the number of babies named Bertha in 1900 Bertha was a very popular name today.

  • Not so prevalent.

  • 32.

  • That bar of soap in your shower and 33 the amount of time left in this video.

  • Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share with a friend and hear some other cool videos I think you'll enjoy.

  • Just click to the left or right and remember, stay on the bright side of life.

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どんどん小さくなっていく33のこと (33 Things That Keep Getting Smaller and Smaller)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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