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  • - Can Link's mouth sounds drive me crazy? - Let's talk about that.

  • ♪ (theme music) ♪

  • - Good Mythical Morning! - Today we're going be doing an experiment, getting scientific.

  • But first, a little back ground.

  • My wife recently sent me an article about Misophonia.

  • - Uh huh. - Which literally means the hatred of sound.

  • People who suffer from Misophonia get so angry at body noises that come from other people,

  • like eating noises, snorting noises, wheezing noises, these kinds of things,

  • that they can literally break down and have a fight or flight response.

  • - It's a serious disorder. - Hm.

  • Now the reason my wife sent it to me is not because she actually thought that I had the disorder,

  • but she knows that I can relate to the disorder because of

  • - my friend Link here who is renowned from - Uh huh.

  • his mouth sounds, which I've lived with for many years because we eat a lot of

  • meals together and we share a work space together.

  • - I know I have a chewing problem. - Yeah, so just so you can understand

  • - what my world is like from time to time-- - (chewing sounds)

  • I don't know how that sounds to you at home, but there are a number of layers in this sound.

  • There is chewing sounds. There's something about the cheeks that

  • really push out the sound and reverberates around the room,

  • and then there's multiple pops that are happening on both sides of the jaws.

  • I think you have some sort of disorder that you might need to have looked at.

  • The dentist thinks I'm okay, but, yeah, I know that I have a chewing problem.

  • - And I gotta say-- - I get a lot of stares.

  • I don't let this affect our relationship, but I will say that these sounds are very

  • annoying so I can relate to the hatred of the sound, I don't hate you,

  • I really dislike that sound.

  • - I know that. - And I don't think i have the disorder

  • but I feel your pain if you do have Misophonia.

  • I have devised this experiment in order to help put things in perspective.

  • So that the sounds that I make in this experiment will then make you think that

  • the sounds I make in normal life are just to be appreciated.

  • Okay. This is like somebody who's facing their fear of heights by bungee jumping

  • - or something like that. - Yes so, first of all I'm gonna

  • hand him this sign which has a spectrum of anger on it so that you can indicate how

  • angry you are getting as I give you a few sounds.

  • - A lot of levels. Very colorful. - You also have to put on headphones.

  • And I'm bringing a special mouth sound microphone which I'm going to put right here.

  • And I have developed these sounds, these

  • - are proprietary mouth sounds for the most part. - Whoa, you're really loud in there.

  • I'm gonna be doing the sounds and they're more mouth sounds

  • they're not like me speaking at the top of my lungs.

  • - I'll back this up a little bit. - So if you're wearing headphones as you

  • - watch this, you're going to be hearing - Perfect!

  • exactly what I hear, okay.

  • And if you're not wearing headphones pause the video and get some headphones because

  • this is going to be ... well, it might be a little gross but you're going to learn

  • something and you can have your own anger scale.

  • If you actually have misophonia you should probably stop watching now.

  • So, are you ready for the first sound? You're going to process it, tell me on the

  • scale how angry it makes you.

  • - Okay. - And as a base line, let's just say how

  • angry does it make you when I just do my normal chewing like with the Trail Mix?

  • (both) Level seven.

  • Feeling like I'm at the DMV.

  • Okay, this first mouth sound I'm gonna give you ...

  • I don't like it but sometimes you gotta do it.

  • This first mouth sound I'm calling "the Gandalf smoke ring".

  • You know how he can blow smoke and then it turns into a ship?

  • Here it goes. (blowing air into microphone with drip sound)

  • Your guzzle is really going for it. There's a lot of guzzle action.

  • (giggles) Gandalf does that, too.

  • - (continues making sound) - I gotta say that, uh...

  • This is ... I don't know that ... This is kind of soothing in one ...

  • It's annoying a little bit, but ...

  • If it went on forever? I do it in my kids' ears all the time and

  • - they don't like it. - I'm gonna go with level ...

  • This is mild, I'm going to go with level two: Feeling like the line for the ride I'm

  • waiting for isn't too long, but it's still long enough to have to wait a little bit.

  • (laughs)

  • - It's a very specific emotion. - Right.

  • - You know how that is. - Yeah, yeah.

  • - I'm willing to do this. - Okay, I ... (coughs)

  • - Oh, excuse me I still got some trail mix. - Don't hurt yourself over there.

  • Um ... I call this next one, "I swallowed a live baby pig."

  • - Oh. Okay. - Which I've never actually done,

  • - I don't recommend that. - just to clarify.

  • Are you ready? (makes pigs sounds)

  • This one's not ... This is not pleasant.

  • - (both laugh) - (continues making pig sounds)

  • I would not want to be around you if you're making that.

  • I'm gonna say this is a level four: Feeling like I just chose the shortest

  • line at the Wal-Mart, but then the old lady in front of me asked

  • for a price check on the king-sized tube of BenGay.

  • - (Link and crew laughs) - Yeah you're that ... You're that angry.

  • - You know? - (makes pig sounds)

  • I got in the shortest line and she was like,

  • - "Um, how much is this?" - Okay ... (stutters)

  • Let me go into a weirder place, here. I call this one "Alien Ship Landing."

  • (vibrato humming) (breathes in)

  • - (vibrato humming continues) - Again, I ... Uh ...

  • I wouldn't want you to make this sound around me... Often.

  • - (higher pitched vibrato humming) - But it's not ...

  • - (sounds like an alarm) - It's not that bad,

  • I mean it's like I'm watching a sci-fi movie.

  • I'm gonna say I'm bothered a little bit. Level three:

  • Feeling like a cat getting it's belly rubbed ...

  • - You're bothering me. - (laughs)

  • Because cats do not like to have their bellies rubbed as much as ... um ... people don't

  • - want to believe that. - Okay, so I actually brought you

  • - back down. - You've kept me in the green and the blue

  • - so far, I mean, I've got lots of levels up here. - Hm.

  • - Okay, so ... - I'm anticipating.

  • Okay, so I'm not accomplishing my goal yet. Now, this next one ...

  • I've done since childhood. I developed this one in grade school.

  • - Okay. - You may have heard it before.

  • I call this one "The dying baby duck." (weak quacking sound)

  • - (crew) Woah. - (weak quacking continues)

  • You want two dying baby ducks at once? (weak quacking doubles)

  • I'm going to level six: Feeling like I ordered a cheeseburger,

  • drove away, got in the interstate, and realize they forgot the cheese.

  • - I hate it when that happens. - That makes me mad.

  • I'm legitimately upset at that noise. I don't want you to do that anymore.

  • - But a baby duck dying. - I don't like baby ducks dying either.

  • - So it's a combination of those two. - Who wants that?

  • - Can you do this one? - Uh-uh.

  • I don't ... I don't want to participate.

  • (giggles) Okay. I call this next one "The slurpee."

  • It involves ... um ... I'm getting some of this liquid. I'm gonna get some of this

  • Good Mythical Coffee in my mouth. (makes slurping sounds)

  • Ugh. Oh ...

  • This is moving into the yellow zone, level eight:

  • Feeling like I asked for a tattoo of a "Skull and Crossbones,"

  • and instead got a tattoo of a "Seagull and Cellphones."

  • - (makes slurping sounds) - That would be unfortunate,

  • - and it doesn't make any sense at all. - (crew laughs)

  • - What are you trying to say? -Um ...

  • Well I though a seagull and cellphone tattoo might be cool, so ... Yeah.

  • I don't think that would be cool. That's why I'm putting it at level eight.

  • - With the right artist. - In the yellow.

  • That's kind of like the tube that dentists put in your mouth to, like,

  • - suck out your ... - Yeah, I don't wanna hear that.

  • Your saliva. I can do that one too.

  • What else you got? So I'm definitely feel that I'm a little angry.

  • I'm a little annoyed, but I don't feel like I've been cured yet.

  • You look a little angry. Are you angry at home? I'm sorry.

  • This is good for everybody. I call this next one "The busted geyser."

  • - (loud spitting sound) - Does looking at your face count ...

  • - You can ... - because I really don't enjoy the face.

  • - Yeah you can look at the face. - It's like ...

  • Well I just want it to be the sound though.

  • - (makes sound again) -I don't enjoy the sound either.

  • -I'm going to, like ... - I feel like the mic is getting a little ...

  • I'm going to level ten: Feeling like I could punch a hole in

  • - the wall at home. - (laughs)

  • - Which I have done before. - You had done it?

  • Yes. Not in recent years. As a teenager I punched a hole in the wall.

  • - I was very upset about something. - Was that ...

  • - I couldn't tell you. - Okay.

  • That made me feel ... That took me back to that moment.

  • You can tell me in Good Mythical More. Alright, this next one I call the

  • "Spazzmatic horse." It involves taking off the glasses

  • so they don't get flung across the room. You ready?

  • - Yes. - (slapping cheeks along with growling)

  • - (laughs) - (crew laughs)

  • Woah. There's a lot of cheek action.

  • I'm not happy about it. It's kind of amusing though.

  • I fee ... I'm angry , but I'm a little bit ...

  • - There's a lot of spit coming out. - Oh really?

  • Yeah. A lot. I saw like, large drops that were very detectable.

  • I'm going to level nine on this: Feeling like my DVR accidentally didn't

  • record The Walking Dead, but instead recored 16 and Pregnant.

  • That would be disappointing to me. That would make me angry.

  • - Right. - But I still feel like ...

  • - That's the point. - I still feel like you can out do that.

  • Okay. How's my hair?

  • Alright, I call this next one ...

  • It takes a little re-centering, "The dying witch."

  • I call this one "The dying witch." (strong inhale with wheezing)

  • - (laughs) - (strong inhale with wheezing continues)

  • Okay, okay, okay, okay. Level 11:

  • Feeling like I could punch a hole in the wall at a hotel.

  • - (laughs) That's somebody else's property. - Yeah. Property damage.

  • - Yeah, see? - I could be charged for that.

  • - Okay. Okay. - How did ...

  • - What did she die of? - Asphyxiation, I guess.

  • I don't know. (laughs) Alright, the last one I like to call

  • - "Total loss of mouth control." - I can anticipate where this is going

  • - to be. - (rapid slapping tongue and lips)

  • (laughs) I hate this. I don't hate you,

  • - I hate what you're doing. - Can't control my mouth.

  • - I hate the sound you're making. - (rapid slapping tongue and lips continues)

  • That does it. Level 12: Feeling like my anger level is Over 9000.

  • - So now when we go back ... - Now can you get back to the base line of

  • - trail mix. - (chewing)

  • - Still very unpleasant. - Hm.

  • But, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. I'm gonna say ...

  • - You're moving it down? - I'm gonna go ...

  • This is gonna be a level five baseline: Feeling like I can't find the remote.

  • Well, thanks for enduring that. Thank you for enduring that,

  • and for liking and commenting on this video.

  • - You know what time it is. - My name is Eric.

  • - And I'm Jason. - And we're from Winter haven, Florida.

  • - And it's time to ... - (loud drums)

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  • Rhett's going to flip the tables on me, or ... spin the tables? What's it called?

  • Turn the tables and do the sounds in my ear holes.

  • I'll spin the table if you want me to. Rhett is spying on Link,

  • and Link is spying on Rhett.

  • (crew laughs)

  • - Hey! - What'cha got there?

  • What'cha got?! What is that?

  • - All ... - All I see is eyes!

  • - All I see is eyes! - Well I've got ...

  • - I've got hand binoculars. - (crew laughs)

  • - But I'm not looking at you! - Yeah!

  • - I'm looking beside you! - Yeah!

  • - (crew laughs) - Yeah!

- Can Link's mouth sounds drive me crazy? - Let's talk about that.

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Do These Sounds Make You Angry? (EXPERIMENT)

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