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  • Hmm.

  • I'll be with you in a second.

  • I'm doing something that's very important.

  • It's called brushing your teeth.

  • These things are your teeth, this thing is called toothbrush.

  • Now, maybe you want to go back and look at a video that I've done about crazy words in

  • English, why we don't call it a "teethbrush", but this called a toothbrush.

  • And I want you to know a little secret.

  • Actually, it shouldn't be a secret.

  • Use one of these, every day, brush your teeth, three times a day, yeah.

  • With this stuff called toothpaste.

  • Cultural tip here, vocabulary lesson at the same time is when you speak to other humans,

  • other people, doesn't matter about dogs, they don't care.

  • Sometimes, your breath smells like you ate poo.

  • So, this wonderful stuff is called toothpaste.

  • And you put this on your toothbrush and you brush your teeth.

  • Today, I'm going to tell you about this thing that I don't really want to have to tell you

  • about, but some of you guys out there need it.

  • It's called basic hygiene.

  • So, this all started yesterday.

  • I was at the gym working out on the machine, minding my own business, having a great time.

  • And all of the sudden, there's another lady beside me... wow!

  • She reeked!

  • Reek means smelled really, really badly.

  • Like, I wanted to die.

  • She interrupted my workout, actually.

  • So, I understand you're at a gym, okay, and you're going to sweat.

  • But you don't need to spell like poo before you walk in the gym.

  • I'm not going to go into description of exactly what she smelled like, but let's say it's

  • a man's body part mixed with some poo and an armpit.

  • That's as far as we're going.

  • So, we have this amazing new discovery - not that new - called deodorant.

  • Now, deodorant is also called antiperspirant.

  • You put this stuff here.

  • This is called your armpit.

  • It's a pit of arm.

  • Use this stuff - both of them, put them on both of your armpits - to prevent you spelling

  • like a dirty monster, for example.

  • So, rule number one: please, please, please wear deodorant.

  • Maybe in your country, you don't wear deodorant.

  • That's cool.

  • Guess what?

  • Please try, because when you come to a North American city, Canada, America, other cities,

  • doesn't matter where you're going.

  • And you're on the subway and you're not wearing deodorant and Ronnie's head is here, you could

  • kill me!

  • You could actually kill people on the subway whose - yeah, see?

  • There's a bell of death.

  • You could kill people on the subway because of your armpit smell, pfft.

  • So please, this guy, deodorant, wear it.

  • After you do this, before you do this, you're going to do this.

  • This is a verb called bathe.

  • You might say, "Hey Ronnie, you spelled 'bath' with an E".

  • But it's actually a verb called "bathe".

  • It's kind of an old word.

  • So, bathing means you take a shower every day.

  • Yeah, you think, "Pfft, it's Friday.

  • I'm not going to take a shower."

  • No, guess what, you're going to take a shower every day.

  • You can also take a bath.

  • Now, a bath is different from a shower.

  • When you are in a shower, you stand up, turn on the water, and the water comes from above,

  • like magic.

  • When you take a bath, you fill the bathtub with water and you sit.

  • You can relax, you can have a good time in the bathtub, get a rubber duckie, "Quack,

  • quack, quack".

  • You can get some bubble bath going on, bubble bath.

  • But please do one of these things, do both.

  • Take five showers, it doesn't matter, but please make sure that you do this every day.

  • Every day, okay?

  • Every day, two words, every day, take a shower or a bath.

  • This is a thing called soap.

  • It smells nice.

  • Some of them smell not nice, but this one actually smells good.

  • So, this stuff is called soap.

  • This stuff is what you use to wash on your body, rub it on your body, makes your body

  • smell good, takes away the stench.

  • Next up, brush your teeth.

  • Yes, yes!

  • Dentists recommend three times a day.

  • Ronnie recommends at least once before you go to school, before you go to your work,

  • before you get anywhere where there's other people.

  • At least, if you wake up in the morning, or the afternoon, at night, after you're sleeping,

  • please brush your teeth.

  • I don't want to smell what you had for dinner last night.

  • It's disgusting.

  • Sometimes, when I speak to people, I almost die because of their bad breath.

  • Bad breath comes from smoking, not brushing your teeth, coffee, and the food you eat.

  • So, if I'm talking to you and you had bad breath, you're going to see my face do this

  • and you're going to see me do this.

  • Because I don't want to talk to you if you have bad breath.

  • So, ways to avoid this: mouthwash.

  • Mouthwash is a liquid, we have brands that you - very strong, you put them in your mouth,

  • there's alcohol.

  • Don't drink it!

  • I know that you're tempted to drink it because there's alcohol in it.

  • It's not that kind.

  • So, you put it in your mouth, spit it out, don't swallow it, okay?

  • Next thing you can do is floss.

  • Now, floss is a noun and a verb.

  • Unfortunately, I didn't bring my pocket floss today, but floss is like a string.

  • You put in between your teeth and you floss with the floss.

  • It's also called dental floss.

  • We have butt floss and that means, like, a really small underwear, but we're not going

  • to talk about that in this lesson.

  • So, dental floss is a noun, and the verb is "to floss".

  • As I told you, you need a toothbrush and toothpaste.

  • Let's say that you don't have a lot of money to buy these things.

  • I recommend going to a dentist and just saying, "Hi dentist, can I please have some toothbrushes

  • and some toothpaste?"

  • I'm sure the dentist will give it to you, just because they can and they're free.

  • There's another important thing that you have to do.

  • You've got to wear clothes, okay?

  • I know that I joke about not wearing pants a lot.

  • I've got to go out and wear pants again - but make sure that your pants are clean, and your

  • shirt, everything.

  • Everything that you wear, make sure they're clean.

  • You don't have to watch your clothes every day, but please make sure that your clothes

  • are clean, and you can do this by doing the sniff test.

  • So, you take your pants and sniff them.

  • If they smell bad, do not put them on, okay?

  • If they smell bad to you, they're going to smell bad to other people.

  • Sometimes, you leave your clothes in the washer too long, and you forget to put them in the

  • dryer or you forget to hang them up.

  • Guess what, these clothes, you need to wash them again because they smell moldy.

  • They smell old, or musty.

  • It smells disgusting.

  • Oh, mine smell good!

  • So, please wear clean clothes.

  • Wear clothes, make sure they're clean, yeah?

  • It's important.

  • Some people like to wear perfume, okay?

  • Perfume is what women wear.

  • Men wear cologne.

  • So, if you're a man, you don't want to say, "I wear perfume", you want to say, "I wear

  • cologne".

  • So, perfume is for women and cologne is for men.

  • Now, sometimes, I will encounter other humans that I think they have a bath in this stuff.

  • They spray the whole container.

  • Axe is a very good example of this.

  • Axe is a brand - sponsorship, Axe - and I think people think it's like, a one dose can.

  • So, they just spray the whole can on them and then they go out into public.

  • And there's basically a cloud of smoke.

  • It's disgusting.

  • You don't need a whole bottle, okay, of this stuff.

  • A little is enough.

  • You just want to spray a little bit to smell nice, and you have to be careful with colognes

  • and perfumes now, because many people have an allergy to scents.

  • So, you will see signs in schools or public buildings that says, "Please don't wear perfume

  • or cologne because somebody who works here is allergic to your perfume."

  • So, if you follow the basic steps, you don't even need perfume or cologne.

  • Take a shower or a bath, clean your clothes, brush your teeth.

  • Basic hygiene.

  • This is how you make friends.

  • Like I said, if I'm somewhere or I meet someone, they could be the most beautiful boy or girl

  • in the world.

  • If I talk to them and they smell bad, I'm out.

  • Oh, I can't handle it!

  • Bye!

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Learn about North American culture: Hygiene

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    Summer posted on 2020/07/30
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