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  • I'm filming now.

  • It's on. It's on, don't touch it!

  • Don't touch the fluffy.

  • Hello world! Where I'm from in Canada, this is what fidget spinners are like. Don't touch the fluffy.

  • Hello world! Where I'm from in Canada, this is what fidget spinners are like.

  • So before I went to Canada 4 months ago,

  • I didn't know about fidget spinners.

  • So we went to a fidget spinner kiosk at the mall

  • so I could buy fidget spinners for my friends in Japan.

  • This is one for $10 Two for $15.

  • So I want this one and this one.

  • Those two for sure, OK.

  • Fidget spinners are for people who get distracted

  • and when people are stressed they use it because

  • for example in class, and they can't focus if they don't have something in their hand and

  • they make sounds and people are annoyed.

  • People use this under their desks or they like use it so they don't get

  • they don't get distracted.

  • You can use it for fun too.

  • Yeah you can play with it, do tricks, and yeah...

  • Oh yeah, you can do it like that too!

  • Shin, Shin!

  • On their nose, they do it on their forehead and they do it on their cheeks.

  • Daddy look, Daddy look!

  • Oh, l can't!

  • I know, it hurts!

  • People say that when you do it your face it's dangerous because

  • it could scratch you, it could hurt you, it could go in your eyes also

  • Because when it falls and then it goes like that.

  • I can do it on here.

  • You put this on your eye and it so tickles.

  • What kind of different hand things can you do with it?

  • Um, like this, and then you go like this

  • Or like umm...

  • You should spin it fast, because if it's slow it could fall easily

  • It's like a finger transfer.

  • Usually I used to think that you needed to go like, spin it like that

  • Yeah, me too, like this.

  • People say that you have to put your finger in here and do it like that.

  • But then if you do it like this then it's going to be like boring and you're just like using your other hand...

  • And for example if you're writing and stuff

  • and you're a person who gets distracted and you should do it with one and be like

  • But then you shouldn't put it, during class

  • you shouldn't put it up because the teachers hate fidget spinners sometimes.

  • Yeah, they get distracted.

  • So you're allowed fidget spinners, but you have to hide it?

  • Yeah, like under your desk, like this.

  • If she sees you playing like this, then she takes it away. Yeah!

  • How many fidget spinners has she collected?

  • - Umm.... like 20. - A lot!

  • Yeah, she gives it back, but

  • But once the teacher took the fidget spinner from somebody,

  • like a golden one, and yeah, she was playing with it.

  • Would they allow fidget spinners in Japan?

  • No, because you're not allowed to bring these.

  • No, you're not even allowed bracelets and stuff, so basically you can't bring these.

  • Yeah, in Japan, you're not allowed to wear earrings.

  • Or colour or dye your hair.

  • Even this and this.

  • So, what? You'd be illegal because you have dyed hair?

  • And you'd be illegal because your have earrings?

  • Yeah!

  • How many people in class own a fidget spinner?

  • Oh almost like half of the...

  • Yeah, almost half of the class.

  • 3/3 of the 1/2 of the class.

  • 3/3 of a 1/2? What?

  • I don't know what the heck I'm saying.

  • No, like almost half of the class.

  • Yeah, almost half of the class.

  • OK, is there anything else we should know about fidget spinners?

  • Ummm... have fun.

  • But sometimes when you do it here your hair could get stuck,

  • - So yeah, be careful! - Yeah, be careful.

  • The only thing you should worry about.

  • And make sure you hide it from your teacher.

  • - And have fun! - Yeah!

  • Hand spinner.

  • In Japanese, they call fidget spinners, hand spinners.

  • Are there people in school who have these?

  • People who have them?

  • People who have them.

  • There aren't people have them, are there?

  • I don't know if people at school have them, but I don't think there are.

  • Oh, I did it!

  • Wow!

  • Wait, wait, my hair is getting stuck.

  • Uh oh, it's moving.

  • Wait, it's stuck in my hair!

  • Ha, ha, ha!

  • Can you bring things like this to school?

  • You can't.

  • You can't bring things you can play with to school because Japanese schools are strict.

  • When's the first time you heard about hand spinners?

  • It was on TV, and they were asking people which one do you like better,

  • hand spinners or squeeze toys.

  • I don't remember when, but I saw it on YouTube first.

  • YouTubers like Hikakin and Seikin...

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Tower. Hand spinner tower.

  • It's like a button.

  • Fun, fun.

  • Ok, next.

  • I did it!

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Oh, nice!

  • Cool!

  • I did it!

  • I did it! I did it!

  • It looks like her mouth is spinning fast.

  • Thanks for watching, see you next time, bye!

  • Do you have fidget spinners where you're from?

  • Yes!

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Hey guys, we're trying to show quick videos of what life is like around the world

  • after every, single video we make.

  • So, here's the first one from India!

  • I am Srinivas from South India.

  • And this is what South Indian breakfast looks like.

  • And this is generally called dosa, and these are bondas.

  • Coconut chutney and some ??? and some other fillings

  • And sometimes people also eat curries along with some ginger chutney or any other ?

  • Thanks for watching, see you later, bye!

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フィジェットスピナーを日本に導入しようとしています。 (Trying to Introduce Fidget Spinners to Japan)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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