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  • - Hello, lovely people, and welcome back to our channel.

  • Well--

  • - Your channel, yeah. - It's my channel.

  • And then when I want to do fun gay things,

  • I bring you along.

  • Now the last video that we did together

  • was deep and personal and real

  • and a bit of a downer. - Was it?

  • Which one was that?

  • - In Rome when I was like feeling really--

  • - Oh, no, you were a downer, I was okay.

  • - Yeah, fair, okay.

  • But I thought we'd do something fun,

  • and when this impossible would you rather challenge

  • for lesbians went 'round our friends, I was like,

  • let's make a video!

  • So this is a BuzzFeed quiz.

  • Love a BuzzFeed quiz.

  • - I love a quiz.

  • - I'll leave the link down in the description,

  • so that you too can take this quiz,

  • even if you're not a lesbian.

  • - Sorry, I can't stop looking at your eyebrows.

  • - I just had my eyebrows microbladed today. (laughing)

  • Do they look really red?

  • - No.

  • - Anyway, I'm really excited 'cause tomorrow,

  • for the first time in years,

  • I'm going to wake up with eyebrows.

  • - Oh my god.

  • I'm gonna be like who are you?

  • Get outta my bed!

  • No, I won't.

  • - Question one, would you rather

  • never cut your fingernails again,

  • or have a permanently sprained wrist

  • on your dominant hand?

  • - Oh, well, I don't--

  • - Whether you have an aversion to finger nails.

  • - I don't ever cut my nails, my fingernails,

  • because I still have a really bad habit

  • of biting/picking them.

  • You don't really see me do it.

  • I don't know when I do it. - No, I'm not sure

  • when you do it.

  • - Maybe actually-- - She doesn't cut them,

  • but they never grow.

  • - Maybe I don't actually do it.

  • Maybe they just don't grow.

  • - Are you all right?

  • Maybe you're a zombie.

  • Oh, no, zombie fingernails grow, don't they?

  • - Do they?

  • - Nevermind.

  • I hate the idea of never cutting your fingernails,

  • and they go loopy and gross. - Oh, wait, what was it?

  • - So I think I'll just live with the--

  • - Oh, never cut my finger nails again?

  • Oh, I thought it was like,

  • oh, well, yeah, no, I answered it

  • because I don't need to, yeah.

  • (laughing)

  • - So you'll choose the never cut

  • my fingernails again option. - Yeah, because also--

  • - Because apparently you'll be fine.

  • - Also you could bite them, or pick them.

  • - I think cut means never--

  • - No it doesn't, it's not what they're saying.

  • I'd rather just bite my nails like I already do than--

  • - Permanently sprained wrist.

  • - Yeah. - I mean--

  • - And which wrist is it, is it my dominant?

  • I mean, I need both my hands.

  • - It literally says

  • have a permanent sprained wrist

  • on your dominant hand.

  • - It says cut nails rather than--

  • It doesn't say - Oh my God.

  • We're spending too much time on this one.

  • She's now going to tell you

  • about how she's ambidextrous,

  • so she'll be fine.

  • - Let's move on to the next question.

  • It was meant to be fun.

  • - Would you rather date someone

  • with the same name as you

  • or date someone who looks eerily similar to you?

  • - Eerily similar, I think I'd rather

  • date someone with the same name.

  • - Yes.

  • - Because if it was eerily,

  • then that's a bit like you've

  • already answered your own question.

  • - (laughing) Like every time you walk in somewhere,

  • people go twins, wow.

  • And you're like--

  • - Yeah, and we already get asked if we're sisters.

  • - No, we make out.

  • Yeah, I agree, same name.

  • Same name, less weird.

  • Would you rather--

  • - Because we could just be like Jessie, Jess.

  • Jessica and Jess, there's already--

  • - Jessie and Jessica, it works.

  • - Yeah, I mean, there's already Rose and Rosie.

  • - Claud and Claudia.

  • Yeah, Rose and Rosie make it work.

  • So we could do it, it'd be fine.

  • - I mean, I don't know, some people think we look the same.

  • People at passport control-- - Oh my god.

  • - Never know which passport to hand us back.

  • They're like thank you. - I don't know how.

  • Would you rather have a totally perfect gaydar

  • or have the magical ability

  • to never fall for a straight girl?

  • - Oh, I'd much rather have a totally perfect gaydar.

  • - Yeah, so you knew everyone's sexual preference.

  • - Also, it's just stupid.

  • It's the same thing.

  • Do you want a gaydar or do you never

  • want to go for a straight girl again?

  • - I think it means that you'd

  • never fall for a straight girl.

  • Because you could know she was a straight girl

  • but still fall for her if you had a great gaydar.

  • - I see what you mean.

  • Because does it really matter

  • if you have a good gaydar or not,

  • whereas if you fall for, yeah.

  • I don't know, I think there's some kind of virtue,

  • is that the right word?

  • In falling for a straight girl that you can never have.

  • You have to learn to--

  • - Oh, yeah, it's a rite of passage for lesbians.

  • - Yeah, and also, it's not love.

  • You realize it's not love. - We've all been there.

  • - It's like you're loving a fantasy that will never happen,

  • and that can still happen

  • with a gay person because they might not be

  • who you think they are meant to be.

  • So it's all just a learning curve of love.

  • - Everything is a learning curve.

  • Would you rather have Ellen DeGeneres

  • elected US president

  • or have Ellen Page become US president?

  • - I think Ellen DeGeneres

  • because it plays would just be

  • full of sunshine and rainbows and happiness,

  • and if there was any sort of too much seriousness,

  • I think she would just deal with it with humor.

  • - Sure.

  • - Whereas I think Ellen Page could be

  • maybe a bit too serious.

  • - I think Ellen Page

  • because I believe she'd be more radical.

  • - Whoa.

  • - That's what you want.

  • A president who changes things.

  • - Oh, well, I mean, that's true.

  • - Would you rather be at a lesbian bar

  • with only couples

  • or be at a lesbian bar

  • with only closeted ladies?

  • Spend our lives in lesbian bars with only couples.

  • - Why would they be at a lesbian bar if they're closeted?

  • - Well, I don't know!

  • - Why would the whole lesbian bar

  • be filled with closeted-- (laughing)

  • Then they're not closeted ladies!

  • - It's a fake straight night!

  • - Well, I'd rather be at a lesbian bar

  • with only closeted ladies if they were willing to be

  • - Uncloseted. - Well, not uncloseted,

  • but if they were up for a nice time.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I mean, obviously this is when I was single.

  • - No, it's all right, I understand.

  • - But obviously now--

  • - You're not hypothetically cheating on me.

  • - Now that I'm married, obviously I'd rather be at a lesbian

  • bar with only couples.

  • - Correct answer!

  • Would you rather have to be BFFs with your ex

  • or have to be BFFs with your ex's new girlfriend?

  • (crickets chirping)

  • - Well, is it actually, is this a theoretical question?

  • - I think it's a theoretical girlfriend,

  • not our actual exes.

  • - Okay, well, I don't know.

  • - We didn't do the lesbian thing

  • where you stay best friends with your ex.

  • - But then why are we using theoretical?

  • Maybe we should use our actual exes.

  • - Oh. Okay, sorry, our actual exes.

  • - Then I'd rather be best friends with her friend.

  • - With her girlfriend, fair enough.

  • I feel like mine may have married a man by now.

  • Not sure. - What?

  • Oh no, what if she's watching and she hasn't?

  • - Oh, I'm really sorry.

  • - Well, I mean, to be fair,

  • I just told mine that I'd rather be friends with her friend.

  • Maybe we should cut this bit out.

  • - I think she knows, (laughing) it's okay.

  • BFFs with the ex's new girlfriend

  • because she could be great.

  • And I have nothing against her.

  • - I think there's a reason if you're not BFFs.

  • We're not even friends, let alone BFFs.

  • We were exes.

  • So we're clearly just

  • going to be friends with their girlfriends.

  • - Would you rather never have to deal with a period

  • ever again or get pregnant with your partner

  • without any medical procedures or you know, dudes.

  • Yeah, and I would have no periods.

  • - What was the other option, though?

  • All I heard was pregnant and I was like yeah.

  • I really don't even mind periods, they're fine.

  • - Okay, well, I get terrible migraines

  • and can't carry a baby, so.

  • - Well, you can have option one and I'll have option two.

  • - I think that's an excellent life.

  • Go us!

  • Would you rather have a lady date

  • with the US Women's National Soccer Team

  • or a lady date with the cast of Orange is the New Black?

  • What's a lady date?

  • Is that where you're friends

  • or is it a date but for lesbians?

  • Shouldn't I know this as a lesbian?

  • - I was like, it's a bit intimidating,

  • like the whole cast and the whole soccer team.

  • - There's only two of us.

  • - I think personally, the cast of Orange is the New Black.

  • - Yeah, same.

  • - Because we watched that and we'd feel more--

  • - I would know who they were.

  • I'm afraid I don't know who the soccer team are.

  • Oh, wait, was that the one with that Megan girl?

  • - Ellen White?

  • - We're so sorry, we're so sorry!

  • We're bad lesbians.

  • Would you rather erase the term scissoring

  • from the world's vocabulary

  • or have all lady porn be directed by ladies?

  • I'm really enjoying the overuse

  • of the word lady in this quiz.

  • - Just have all lady porn directed by ladies.

  • But it would have to be ladies who know what they're doing.

  • - That's true, just because they're ladies

  • doesn't mean they understand lesbians.

  • - Yeah, they could be like,

  • oh, I did a porno with another girl.

  • I know how to do it.

  • And they have no idea.

  • And they just mimic what they got told by a man.

  • - That's so sad.

  • Also, I don't really care about the word scissoring.

  • Yes, it's annoying when people bring it up,

  • and yes, it's annoying when they ask how it works.