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  • Hey man, have you ever noticed that we wear the exact same clothes every day?

  • 00:00:08,155 --> 00:00:11,055 Scuba James: We don't...we don't wear any clothes

  • What if we're both just a cartoon character?

  • And that's why our clothing's the same?

  • Scuba James: That's impossible.

  • We just open our mouths, and words start coming out.

  • (gasp) Hey guys! Did you see my brand new Rolex?

  • (smug laugh)

  • Doesn't your phone tell the time?

  • James: Maybe he never noticed that his phone has a clock in it.

  • Pfffff, no one buys a Rolex to tell the time!

  • 00:00:35,955 --> 00:00:38,955 I can't even read this!

  • People buy Rolexes to indirectly tell everyone how much money we can throw away on useless objects.

  • Hey, look what my watch can do.

  • Ring ring! James #2: Hello?

  • Brian just bought... what did he buy. A WATCH!

  • Really?! (pfffft)

  • What a nerd! Oh Brian (#shamebrian)

  • I'm the type of person who doesn't care about my outward appearance.

  • A lot of times in high school, we talk about having a healthy

  • self image of ourselves, and teachers would say stuff like:

  • Teacher: Don't listen to the people who call you ugly

  • ... you're beautiful. And all i could think was, there is people

  • saying "i'm ugly?". For the most part, I haven't really tried

  • to learn anything about fashion. Most of the time

  • when I get dressed in the morning... I wear whatever is the cleanest

  • like I don't even know my pants size coz I wear basketball shorts all the time!

  • I think...

  • ... I'm a medium. My parents taught me the value

  • of hard-work by making me pay for all my clothes

  • and I am a 100% on-board with that parenting technique.

  • I think even the super super rich parents should

  • still make their kids buy their own clothes

  • because if you just buy your child anything they want,

  • then they are gonna turn into A-holes who just expect everything without having to work hard.

  • Those are the types of kids who grow up to flex all their money on people

  • and who leave all their basketball cards all over the cramped dorm(Throwback)

  • and also, buying all your own clothes make you think

  • harder( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) about what you gonna spend your precious dollars on.

  • You don't wanna waste your money, so you have to pick clothes

  • you REALLY like. Except my mum told me I couldn't buy anything

  • with skulls on them. She said they were

  • too E D G Y(rawr XD). And you know what... fair enough mum

  • looking back, i'm glad i skipped that emo edgy phase.

  • BUT WHY DIDN'T YOU LET ME EXPRESS MY TRUE SELF MUM?!

  • thank you for not letting me do that. In the 7th Grade,

  • I went through an "I need to look cool phase"

  • and one time I saved up quite a bit of money so me and my mom went on a shopping spree at Cole's

  • #Notsponsored

  • I was going to impress everyone, look so cool, with my brand new

  • 2 pair of jeans. I'll get this normal blue pair

  • and the exact same pair just in case I spill ketchup on the first one.

  • That's another reason why i'm

  • Pro: have-your-own-kids-pay-for-their-own-clothes

  • that way they learn how EXPENSIVE clothes shopping is!

  • Seriously. Two pairs of jeans was $70 (#boycott cole's)

  • do you know how many Pokémon cards i could have bought?!

  • probably enough to make my own Poke pants.

  • and that's when i learnt about the magical land of Goodwill

  • At Goodwill you could buy mediocre

  • questionably stained looking jeans

  • for a 1/4 of the price at Cole's

  • and since I had to pay for all my clothes and i was unemployed

  • I was at Goodwill every other Saturday for that 1/2 off deal

  • You're at Goodwill at there is a 1/2 off

  • that's like a DOUBLE SALE PEOPLE! Here's the thing

  • typically a clothes store have a certain "style" they specialise in.

  • Tillll, you know you're gonna get that hip L.A. style clothes

  • At Old Navy, you know you're gonna get that white boy white boy Ohio look

  • at H&M, you know you're gonna get...

  • DEMONITISED! But when you step inside Goodwill

  • You don't know what you're getting. You get every style of

  • clothing all in one place!

  • I got my favourite t-shirt from Goodwill. I even wore this to a panel at VidCon!

  • the panel where i didn't talk into the microphone

  • so you could hear half the words I said. Puppet James: Argh but James,

  • I DON'T WANNA WEAR CLOTHES THAT'S BEEN WORN BY OTHER PEOPLE (ok Logan Paul, we get it!)

  • THEY'RE GROSS!

  • Yeah, yeah that's true

  • you don't know who else has worn the clothing

  • but then again, you could be wearing something that was also worn by

  • The Odd1sout (or Shawn Mendes). THAT'S RIGHT, I donate my clothes to Goodwill

  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, baby!

  • Why would somebody be wearing pants made out of Pokémon cards?(why not)

  • ... and give it away! I'm not saying

  • don't buy expensive clothing, buy whatever you wanna buy... and can't afford

  • If there's two shirts: one is $40 and one is $5

  • and you really, really like the $40 shirt

  • and hate the $5 one, you should get the

  • $40 shirt because you'll end up wearing it more often!

  • so you'll get more use out of it!

  • In Economics, there's a term to measure how much happiness a product would give you

  • and it's called Utils. Sometimes buying more expensive things

  • will give you more oodles of happiness

  • I get way more utils by buying a shirt for $5

  • You cannot put a price on all the oodles and oodles of utils

  • for wearing a shirt i like for $5

  • You can wear your Supremese and you Abercrombos

  • or whatever all you want. I don't think it makes a lot of sense

  • on spending THAT much money on a white t-shirt and ironed-on logo

  • There's NO material in that shirt that makes it as expensive

  • as it is (ugh, please no yaaas)

  • (reads label) oh never mind. What you're really doing is paying

  • for the name brand. So you might as well

  • staple two $20 bills on your shirt

  • and write with a Sharpie: Look everyone, I got $40

  • If you like the design, of a white shirt and a red rectangle

  • then you be happy wearing them

  • I'm not telling you what to wear. But I will tell you this

  • don't judge someone based on their clothing

  • that's the most shallow thing a person could do.

  • Even if someone's wearing old hand-me-downs

  • or a really expensive name brand t-shirt, don't treat people

  • differently because of their clothing.

  • There's a certain YouTuber going around, not saying any names (Paul bros, RiceGum)

  • but I will draw pictures, that teaching kids

  • their value as a person is correlated to the amount of money they spend

  • on clothing. Don't do that.

  • Ok real talk over. SCHOOL UNIFORMS!

  • People who support school uniforms say that uniforms are better because then the students don't have to think about what they're gonna wear the next day,

  • 00:05:56,025 --> 00:05:59,325 because everyone has to wear the same outfit

  • but like...I already don't think about what I'm wearing.

  • That's probably why I'm naked right now. (Eww, James, gross!)

  • Okay, that's not entirely true. (I hope not)

  • I'm not just gonna walk outside wearing a pink poncho

  • I have standards!

  • I just buy all the cheap clothing I think looks nice

  • In high school, I mostly wore solid colour V-neck t-shirts,

  • and one time, a kid on the very last day of school told me...

  • "James, you always wear solid color V-neck t-shirts!"

  • That's what I'm GOING FOR.

  • I've ALWAYS WANTED to BE a cartoon! (how ironic)

  • I don't think you realize how much I LOVE CARTOONS!!!! (backs away slowly)

  • One time, I bought those shoes with the really fat tongues.

  • I thought they looked cool, but they certainly didn't FEEL cool!

  • They didn't have ANY support for my sole!

  • I couldn't go running in them, so what was even the POINT?!?!

  • And apparently, you're not supposed to tie the laces of those shoes. (wait WHAT?!)

  • I'm not sure. Someone just told me..

  • "Hey man, you know you're not supposed to tie the laces of those shoes, right?

  • So I had to bury the laces inside my shoe, AND I WAS CONSTANTLY STANDING ON THE SHARP AGLETS!

  • And all the cool kids saw my shoes and said...

  • "Hey James! Those are some pretty fat tongues you got there!

  • "Do you wanna come and sit at our lunch table?"

  • And I said, "No! Being cool SUCKS!!!"

  • So now, I wear tennis shoes everywhere.

  • Some of you watching are in 7th or 8th grade right now,

  • and you might be going through your own "I-Need-To-Look-Cool" phase.

  • And I just wanna say to you little youngin's, you don't need to impress or prove yourself to anyone.

  • Wear whatever makes you happy...

  • And that...you can afford.

  • And you'd still have to follow the school's dress code, which is a whole other can of worms.

  • I'm not encouraging anyone to break the rules, okay?

  • All I'm saying is, at the end of the day, what really matters is that...

  • ...you're in 7th grade.

  • I-I'm sorry, everyone regrets 7th grade, okay? (we all do)

  • Just start putting on deodorant, do the homework, you'll get through this!

  • Aww man! What a neat video that I made!

  • Sorry it's been awhile since I've done an end card.

  • I've been traveling...and speed running.

  • The moral of this video is that you shouldn't judge people based on their clothing.

  • And you should make your kids pay for their own clothes.

  • That's, uh...that's a really good parenting technique

  • I think my parents were very smart doing that,

  • especially since they had five kids.

  • How do you pay for the clothes of five children, and give them all an allowance?

  • The answer is, you don't.

  • So I just wanted to reiterate the real moral of this video, and that is don't judge someone based on their clothing.

  • And that goes for both sides.

  • Like, don't think someone is automatically really cool for wearing super nice clothes,

  • and don't think someone is lame for wearing, like, old "hand-me-downs".

  • 00:08:31,125 --> 00:08:33,555 Thanks again to the wonderful people who colored the pictures in this video.

  • Everyone, check them out. Link in the description.

  • Now, I can't make a whole video talking about clothes without plugging my

  • MERCH STORE!!! (#shamelessplug)

  • All this talk about t-shirts have made me realise I should probably update my merch store.

  • And as of recording this, I have NOT made any new designs yet.

  • But if I make some before this video comes out,

  • then, WOW!!! Look at those!

  • So be sure to check out the merch store cause I'm gonna be adding designs...at some point.

  • 00:08:59,715 --> 00:09:02,655 And remember, that no matter what you wear,

  • you should always wear your seat belt. (English - UK subs by: Hussam Khan)

Hey man, have you ever noticed that we wear the exact same clothes every day?

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