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  • Hello guys.

  • It's Brooklyn and Bailey.

  • And today we are going to be doing

  • a what's in my backpack end of school year edition.

  • Dun dun dun!

  • Wa ha ha ha!

  • This is going to be epic.

  • We all can relate.

  • From the beginning of the year we

  • have all these nice perfect supplies.

  • All these nice things

  • And your backpack's all organized.

  • And gradually over the school year--

  • It deflates.

  • You lose things.

  • You find random things.

  • You spill things.

  • You rip things.

  • So we thought just to make you all feel good about yourselves

  • and understand that it happens to everyone--

  • Relatable.

  • We are going to go through our backpacks on camera.

  • End of the year.

  • It's going to be scary.

  • Don't know what's in there.

  • Let's get started.

  • Mom, will you hand us our backpacks?

  • Disgusting.

  • We are going to go through them no matter

  • how scary it might be.

  • So let's go through the front pockets first.

  • Guys.

  • Ugh.

  • Pull out the first thing you see.

  • A makeup brush.

  • My earbuds.

  • Ooh, with hair.

  • Oh, wait. get rid of the hair.

  • Hey, look at the half like--

  • Hey, that was a DIY I just never finished.

  • OK.

  • Makeup brush.

  • Moving on.

  • Next thing I see is a sucker.

  • Gum.

  • Have y'all done the truth or dare gum?

  • Those are the ones I keep doing.

  • I'm so confused.

  • Oh, empty gum.

  • Sad day.

  • Wait, OK, I've got gum too.

  • Am I just throwing this on the floor?

  • OK, we're throwing that on the floor.

  • I'm pretty sure she eats all my gum

  • because I'll get a new package like every single day.

  • Look at this guys.

  • And yeah, by the end of the day she's eaten it all.

  • I don't even want to stick my hand down there.

  • It's so gross.

  • OK, lip gloss and lip gloss.

  • That's helpful to know I have those.

  • I was looking for this earlier, actually.

  • On the bright side--

  • You have erasers.

  • I found all my erasers.

  • Because look at this.

  • Look at this sadness.

  • I have a very special thing I have to show you.

  • The one pencil I have left.

  • This is the one I found on the floor in Spanish.

  • [INAUDIBLE]

  • It's all chewed up.

  • I don't want to know whose mouth has been on this pencil.

  • It has no eraser.

  • Hey, can I have one of your erasers?

  • Oh, it has lead.

  • That's so gross.

  • Guys, this is actually a miracle.

  • Oh no.

  • It's that like, sad time when the lead's

  • too short to even work.

  • Is this even a pencil?

  • Look, it doesn't have an eraser anymore.

  • Well, I didn't even know I had erasers in there.

  • And then I think that's all I have in here.

  • It's just a lot of wrappers.

  • This is disgusting.

  • I would like to show you something very special

  • and dear to my heart.

  • Come on, where'd you go?

  • What is it?

  • It is the pen that has served me well.

  • The pen?

  • The pen?

  • The pen.

  • What is it?

  • Where is it?

  • I don't know.

  • I see a whole bunch of colored pencils.

  • I know, that's something that did not get lost.

  • And a paper?

  • Is this assignment?

  • No I just spit my gum out in that.

  • That's gross.

  • Where did you go pen?

  • Is it over there?

  • Oh yeah, how did it even get over there?

  • Well, it's a magical pen with legs.

  • It's a handy dandy pen.

  • It's bright blue.

  • The lid is cracked all the way to the top.

  • It doesn't even go on anymore really.

  • What'd you do to the poor thing?

  • Actually I shouldn't complain.

  • It's dried out.

  • And so like, somebody taught me once

  • that if you like lick your pens they work.

  • Wouldn't you get like, poisoning or something?

  • So occasionally if it dries out you just lick it

  • and you're like, it draws again.

  • Anyways, it's graded every single math

  • paper I had this year.

  • Just throwing it out there.

  • First thing I found in my actual pocket of my backpack

  • is Paper Towns.

  • I am reading this currently.

  • So there's one of the many books I'm

  • sure we'll find buried in there somewhere.

  • What?

  • What even?

  • Where's the other one?

  • Two jazz shoes.

  • I've got my pencil bag.

  • I bet I have-- I bet I have-- where

  • did it-- Guys I know it's in here somewhere.

  • Sports bra.

  • I'm ready for dance.

  • Down.

  • Wait, where are your pants?

  • I don't think you're quite ready for dance yet.

  • OK I can dance pantless.

  • That's OK.

  • I have a flash drive and my thing

  • that's like currently not really zipping up.

  • It's like broken right here.

  • Yeah, yeah, this is kind of sad.

  • Oh, look at how scratched it is.

  • I know.

  • I just have my wallet.

  • That's nothing special.

  • It's the monster inside of my backpack.

  • Just kidding.

  • Oh, OK we can all relate to this.

  • We got like six.

  • Oh oh, hey look.

  • Watch.

  • Oh there they go.

  • Oh, It's actually falling apart.

  • There's dust particles coming off of that.

  • Oh look at all this writing.

  • Yeah, look at this.

  • There's probably not-- oh!

  • An empty page!

  • That's actually like gold.

  • Literally, I have like, three of these.

  • Let me show you the evidence.

  • I didn't think there was any empty pages.

  • This is part of my [INAUDIBLE] notebook.

  • This one is the impressive one.

  • Look at this.

  • Watch.

  • OK, there's all those.

  • And then look at how much writing is in these books.

  • Yeah, there's another one.

  • So proud.

  • So proud.

  • Look at that.

  • Oh more, more hair.

  • Oh, I just love looking back at all the notes I've taken.

  • You know originally like, in the beginning

  • of the year I had a notebook for every class

  • and took separate notes.

  • No. no.

  • This, actually I did keep this one for [INAUDIBLE].

  • This was an every other class notebook.

  • Look, look, look at this.

  • These things are so sad.

  • Ew, I have paper particles on my legs.

  • OK, We'll get these out of the way.

  • All righty.

  • Your lunch?

  • Nice.

  • I know, I didn't eat all my food.

  • Anybody want a Hawaiian roll?

  • I've got my Spanish folder.

  • That's like, the only organized thing I have in this.

  • Oh yeah, look.

  • OK, so I feel bad because originality no,

  • you think this is bad.

  • You think this is bad.

  • No, no, don't even.

  • Don't even pity here because do you see this beauty?

  • It was not once a beauty.

  • I had a folder just like this.

  • What do you mean?

  • And it was maybe, I want to say, a foot big, just

  • with papers like this much.

  • And it got so big that the front cover, this part, ripped off

  • and I only had the back half.

  • And I still didn't get a new folder.

  • You demolished that poor thing.

  • I just used the back half for like a month.

  • Guys, I promise this is actually organized.

  • It's a lot of work.

  • So it looks disorganized.

  • But it's totally destroying this poor, poor folder.

  • I just have my nice fox [INAUDIBLE].

  • It's nice and clean now because I organized it.

  • My choir folder with a pencil sticking out of it.

  • All of the work.

  • All of this year's music you were supposed to throw away.

  • I just want to sing them again.

  • Oh, my wallet and all the keychains.

  • Some of these are ones that like, y'all have sent us.

  • Yeah.

  • It's on my keychain.

  • Current book.

  • It's called The Isle of the Lost.

  • Oh, we've gotten to the bottom.

  • I've read like two pages of it.

  • What the heck is this?

  • What?

  • Sunglasses?

  • Hey it's me!

  • Oh, hey, another sucker.

  • You guys, she doesn't even need a lunch.

  • She can eat.

  • Aw.

  • All right.

  • Oh, their keychains are getting broken.

  • I know.

  • Oh, oh here's the baby we want to show you guys.

  • Another full notebook.

  • Hu-Gaph note cards, human geography AP human geography.

  • This, watch this.

  • This is what I'm going to do with these babies.

  • I'm done.

  • I'm done.

  • Can I see yours?

  • No!

  • What?

  • Why?

  • Are you kidding me?

  • No.

  • Let's just marvel.

  • Look, these babies, took me like an hour

  • to get them in this pocket.

  • They're not coming out.

  • Alphabetical chapter order.

  • Oh my gosh.

  • They are staying here whether I need them or not.

  • When did you even have time to do that?