Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [MUSIC PLAYING] 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?