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  • Hello and welcome to Tokyo Creative Olympic Games.

  • The most low budget, spectacular games you ever will see what we got coming up in today's episode.

  • Two ferocious games, each more ridiculous, an action packed in the last blowing things on filming elbows.

  • I don't know what that is.

  • There are Chris Broad from the Bronx.

  • Pam Channel, the most enthusiastic presenter you ever will see who we got coming up in today's Tokyo Crave Olympics.

  • Who are six Wiley intriguing contestants.

  • First, we have AC you dearest from the United States of America, complete with a finger dance on.

  • Then we have Emma from Australia with a charismatic water in Can Natasha and her room full of plants.

  • Bizarre face Alex, the most serious contestant she's intimidating.

  • I want to meet her in a dark alley on shoulder from Canada with a mediocre weights on her rather dashing Elon Musk artwork and, of course, little giant Shiori from Japan with her massive, ridiculous size watermelon.

  • If you want to go and see how much damage and destruction that watermelon can do, go back and check out last episode of Tokyo.

  • Crave Olympics on our first game today is tissue marathon, where our contestants have to keep the tissue up in the air by blowing on it like that on the winner is the person who could do it the longest simple.

  • But is it easy?

  • Probably know.

  • I did just get a my wisdom tooth out.

  • Excuses all.

  • I'm hearing a wisdom teeth, blah, blah, blah, sharpened petition.

  • What was that?

  • Let me try again.

  • But I feel like that was the one right.

  • Helen, that was I can't I can't my breath, my beds in the way.

  • Another excuse.

  • My beds In the way.

  • My wisdom tooth hurts rubbish.

  • A terrible start to the games.

  • It's very hot in a Japanese department.

  • Also, it does have my face.

  • It was like one sector executives, but still pretty bad.

  • Next up, Natasha.

  • She's really going for it.

  • No complaints, no excuses.

  • Literally ate the tissue.

  • That is her dedication to the game.

  • Can't you do it without eating petition crashing into her bed.

  • Now she's dived onto the bed and in doing so, save herself.

  • Look a guy.

  • 12 seconds smashed.

  • Emma's pitiful record.

  • Can Charlotte topple?

  • Attacks?

  • Has a low.

  • Muskal looks on at this weird, bizarre spectacle going on in Charlotte.

  • She's doing well.

  • They doing well.

  • It's going off camera.

  • You don't see what's going on.

  • 12 seconds.

  • 15.95 Apparently, we're gonna call it 12.

  • I got my start.

  • Watch Ready on my tissue, Alex.

  • A major advantage by having won the biggest open spaces we've seen so far with just a table in a plant as an obstacle, using the world's her advantage.

  • I can't keep up.

  • She's doing well.

  • Way have a narrowly beating Charlotte with mere 0.6 seconds.

  • All right, she no even getting up off the floor hard.

  • This is already a terrible, terrible stop.

  • That was just awful.

  • No even once is that.

  • Is that AKI?

  • Oh my God, I don't know how much I could swear these idiots, but that was a swear, worthy performance on she always off.

  • Look, I go look it up, but name.

  • Bring it down.

  • After his previous performance, Suri is nothing short champion.

  • Well done.

  • Sure, she claims it's 10 seconds.

  • It's no, it's not 9 59 The winner is Alex, using the wall stir advantage with no obstacles in the way and no wisdom teeth wisdom would let that stand in the way my tissue blowing performance.

  • Anyway, Alex takes first place attache in second place, very close as well as Charlotte.

  • Also 12 seconds.

  • Fourth place jury, fifth place with her wisdom tooth of bed and six place Archy who was just absolutely awful.

  • What?

  • We go next.

  • Elbow goals.

  • Our contestants have to type out a Japanese fairytale in Ramadi on their phone, using nothing but their elbow, which is something I cannot understand.

  • How can he do that?

  • And the winner is the person does it in the shortest amount of time.

  • We are including punctuation as well.

  • They've got to get it perfectly right.

  • I'm curious to see if our contestants could do it.

  • Because I know for a fact that I certainly could it now the way that I'm gonna get this too, because I'm gonna copy and paste this so that I can read it as I type it, rather than do it from memory.

  • That's nuts.

  • Okay, so I have to type in this whole paragraph.

  • Whose idea was it to make it like, not mine?

  • I'm worried that tested with to be fair, great entertainment.

  • But they did.

  • They got iPhone insurance.

  • We go.

  • I don't know how many backs places I'm going to do.

  • I am just let it happen.

  • Show doing alright.

  • Natasha's using a different technique, holding the phone and bashing into her elbow.

  • Compared to Charlotte, he's just smashing her elbow into table again.

  • It's all in the technique in these games and cool.

  • Go m you do?

  • I think I would be giving up by now already, Alex Using the willing technique of holding the phone.

  • Oh, goodness.

  • T o get a lucky 30.

  • Like a like a bamber guy.

  • Look at Natasha's face.

  • Like the concentration Charlotte is doing very well, actually.

  • Things testing patients.

  • I knew it.

  • So moving this I should ensure I'm gonna give a damn cramp.

  • Keep still off in and we're still working on the first word.

  • Is she about to delete it?

  • It's all about strategy.

  • The guy my arms heading has failed to write a single word there.

  • Accurately.

  • We've done it.

  • Two words.

  • She pasted the word incredible technique.

  • Grab them right out.

  • Meanwhile, Emma continues to just match up in my grand resort exclamation.

  • Maybe if I just use my hand.

  • I mean, compared to Emma.

  • Natasha Looks like a genius right now.

  • She's actually done the words correctly.

  • This is so hot.

  • Show did show commission.

  • Come on.

  • Oh, no, I choose.

  • Oh, must explanation.

  • But then she finished.

  • Three minutes 39.

  • Natasha raised the bar, started the bar.

  • But the bar place Well, what did I think that with the fuck put a comma there, you asshole.

  • Still, we should be disqualified because she's no even written anything good enough.

  • You know, we're gonna have to disqualify because none of the words are correct.

  • She should have gone back and read him correctly.

  • Get the concentration.

  • Alex and Charlotte concentrating furiously.

  • I can't put on this blows.

  • Why did you make this sentence so long?

  • This is already hard enough.

  • He could have just had, like, one line.

  • I know the whole paragraph.

  • Interesting.

  • She's maintained the same technique of holding on the table and stabbing it.

  • And that is why she's done it in six minutes.

  • Impressive stuff.

  • I think this is it Alex has done in six minutes.

  • 25 seconds.

  • I hate this morning.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I just got there First line.

  • You know, I have a privacy screen, which means that when you look off to the side, it's like, really, really dark, like you can't see it.

  • And as you can see, my head is looking up to the side so that my elbow can reach all the way and I can barely see the letters narrowly with under 10 minutes.

  • Sure is done it well done.

  • Some real persistence.

  • Mackey.

  • You have to admire.

  • She won't be rubbish typing with elbow.

  • She has persistent and skill and talent on the personality trait that I admire.

  • Yeah, yea, she's done it!

  • Oh my God, my neck!

  • 24 minutes, 59 seconds Already has ever well done.

  • Can I admire it?

  • She could have given up.

  • I would have given up.

  • I think around the 10 minute mark, I would have thrown my bloody phone out the window.

  • So well done, Zaki being persistent.

  • A winner is Natasha.

  • Well done, Natasha.

  • Really good elbows.

  • Three minutes.

  • 39.

  • Incredible performance.

  • Closely followed by Charlotte on Alex, both six minutes with little Giant Suri just under 10.

  • AKI dearest.

  • 24 minutes on.

  • Emma disqualified for her shocking, terrible Billy too right on a screen with an elbow welled up to our contestants.

  • Benign.

  • That was part for Tokyo creative Olympic Games.

  • The grace games you ever did see next coming up in five days is our season finale.

  • How did our contestants killing this week?

  • Guys, let's know in the comments section by urging to write your comments using nothing but your elbow suffer suffer the same way our contestants did this week.

  • That's all for now, guys, I'm Chris brought up in your present, and I hope to see next week in five days as we hit our finale episode, see that?

Hello and welcome to Tokyo Creative Olympic Games.

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