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  • eight of the out here with a bunch of people I've never seen before.

  • Howdy howdy fruit loops.

  • I'm orange and joining me today is my best friend.

  • Yeah.

  • When's he gonna get here pair?

  • That's the kind of rapport that makes us the best of friends.

  • Fruit lovers.

  • I won't draw this intro out any longer.

  • Today we're doing the draw it or eat it.

  • Challenge the rules are simple.

  • Let me guess if you can't draw it you have to eat it.

  • Exactly.

  • I don't care what they say about you pair.

  • You are smart.

  • What who says I'm not smart.

  • Round one.

  • Draw an octopus go.

  • Well at least it's an actual food.

  • I was afraid I was gonna have to eat an old boot or something like that.

  • You wouldn't want to eat an old boot.

  • Are you kidding?

  • Nothing would be worse than eating an old boot and that's time.

  • Oh man that was fast.

  • I didn't quite finish.

  • What do you think that's an octopus.

  • Alright.

  • Woo hoo.

  • I don't have to eat an octopus.

  • Or should I say eight?

  • An octopus yep.

  • And clearly mine is an octopus.

  • So uh I guess neither of us have to.

  • Not so fast pair.

  • That doesn't look like an octopus To me.

  • What?

  • Of course it does.

  • I don't know pair.

  • It only has seven legs.

  • Maybe.

  • You don't know this but octopuses have eight legs.

  • I know how many legs an octopus has I just ran out of time.

  • Sorry but I'm gonna have to challenge this one.

  • Fine.

  • Who's gonna judge because it can't be you.

  • Well just ask this random passerby.

  • Excuse me sir?

  • What is this trying of?

  • I literally have no idea.

  • It makes no sense.

  • Is it being held right side up?

  • Dude it's obviously an octopus.

  • An octopus.

  • I think not octopi don't have mouths on the sides of their heads.

  • Their mouths are underneath.

  • Besides if these are supposed to be legs there are only seven of them.

  • You seriously couldn't tell it was an octopus because it only had seven legs.

  • Well it's not called a septa pus.

  • Now is it a good day?

  • I ran out of time and it seems you ran out of luck.

  • You failed to draw an octopus So you'll have to eat one at the end of the episode.

  • Good grief onto round two.

  • This time we must draw a bicycle.

  • Go a bicycle.

  • Come on.

  • That's not even remotely edible.

  • Well if you can draw one you won't have to worry about that will you?

  • I guess not geez, bicycles are harder to draw than I thought they'd be two seconds left.

  • Why is there so little time and pencils down.

  • What do you say?

  • Bicycle?

  • Bicycle How about mine?

  • What the heck is that?

  • Dude?

  • It's a bicycle.

  • It has two wheels a frame.

  • Give me a break.

  • You know exactly what it is?

  • I can't say that.

  • I do challenge.

  • Now come on relax.

  • We'll ask a random passerby.

  • You sir.

  • Yes him again.

  • Really?

  • Excuse me sir.

  • But could you tell me what this is a drawing of?

  • Oh I know what this is.

  • It's an impressionistic rendition of the concept of friendship.

  • Huh?

  • Yes.

  • You see the lines are ridiculous.

  • They obviously aren't trying to communicate anything literal.

  • Oh so you're an art critic now?

  • I minored.

  • Yes.

  • Scram, zucchini.

  • Oh my gosh, I'm gonna have to eat a bicycle.

  • You sure are.

  • And I'm really excited to watch it now.

  • Come on pear.

  • Don't tell me you're already too tired of my jokes round three.

  • This time we have to draw joy.

  • Joy.

  • How the heck am I supposed to draw joy?

  • I don't know.

  • But I sure as heck did it?

  • What?

  • You're already done.

  • I kind of have to be.

  • There's only one second left.

  • What time?

  • Well they're both awful.

  • You think mine's awful.

  • Does that mean you're challenging?

  • Yes, I'm challenging.

  • Challenge.

  • A challenge.

  • Very well.

  • Random passerby.

  • What?

  • Say you this guy again.

  • Why is he always passing by?

  • Hey, it's a free country pal.

  • I don't have to answer to you.

  • But if you must know, I kind of forgot where I live.

  • Random passerby.

  • What do you think this is a picture of?

  • I don't think it's a picture of anything.

  • Ha because I know it's a picture of joy.

  • What?

  • How's that?

  • Ok.

  • So what's minor picture of, huh?

  • Is it Joy to know jubilation perhaps.

  • But certainly not joy.

  • And that's certainly not joy either.

  • Oy?

  • Whatever.

  • It doesn't even matter what I have to eat Joy.

  • Now that's impossible.

  • No, someone called the names Joy.

  • Seriously, Joy is an old boot.

  • I describe myself more as a middle aged but sure.

  • Oh.

  • And I brought my bicycle and pet octopus is instructed.

  • Oh, well, that's a surprisingly tiny bicycle.

  • And octopus.

  • Maybe this won't be as hard as I thought.

  • Who are you talking about?

  • I ain't no octopus.

  • Can't you count?

  • I only got seven legs.

  • Oh, okay, well, where's the octopus then?

  • Right here I, who's gonna try and eat me?

  • Who is it you, nope, nope, nope, nope.

  • I already ate.

  • Wait, was that upon eight?

  • Because I have eight legs.

  • I just got it.

  • Um Yeah, yeah, it was a pun.

  • Oh, well, I hate pies.

  • Yo yo yo!

  • It's your boy little apple.

  • Got my half brother Corey with me.

  • And today we're doing the cinnamon challenge.

  • Tell them the rules.

  • Corey.

  • Okay, If I have to.

  • Okay, but seriously, first we're gonna get a spoon and load it up with them.

  • Stop everything.

  • The cinnamon challenge is dangerous, Perilous, hazardous, risky, unsafe and precarious.

  • Whoa, who is this guy?

  • If he the cinnamon we're going to eat unhand me ruffians.

  • Let go relinquish your grip.

  • I am not to be eaten as I am.

  • No mild mannered stick of cinnamon.

  • I am synonym stick synonym as in words that mean the same thing, correct precisely.

  • Exactly.

  • Indubitably Phil.

  • Let me get this straight.

  • They sent some nerd to tell us we can't do a challenge video because it's too dangerous indeed, truly to be sure listen bro, danger is my middle name.

  • Okay, well actually I'm not sure of that because I lost half of my brain that remembers my middle name but half of my brain I lost also contains my ability to experience fear.

  • That step aside, I'm down this spoonful of cinnamon consequences be darned.

  • I cannot let you do that.

  • Oh yeah, you and what army?

  • This army meet my two best friends, my buddies, my pals, companions, associates, comrades, compadres, L.

  • O.

  • L.

  • You think some homage and a little tiny and can stop me.

  • Come on little apple, let's give this challenge.

  • Oh I'm no hummus and I know and I'm antonym I'm homonym homonym.

  • What can I say?

  • All the good superhero names were taken, What just happened?

  • Why did you pull out a fan when you said that?

  • Oh that's my thing.

  • I say a word that sounds like another word bro, that's the homophone.

  • Not a homonym.

  • Okay.

  • Ah I always mix them up dang it, homonym.

  • Can you not do anything?

  • Right, okay.

  • See now that with the hominem?

  • Can and can are spelled instilled in the exact same way but they mean completely different things.

  • I finally did it right, that's great and now we're back to homophone, I thought I was gonna like these guys turns out not so much agreed way to go homonym.

  • You blew it again.

  • Look look look this was supposed to be a fun challenge video but it's really starting to feel like english class and I hate english class.

  • You three obviously aren't gonna be able to stop us.

  • So how about you?

  • Just stand aside and let us do the cinnamon challenge before anybody gets hurt.

  • No nay negative negatory sure thing.

  • Go right ahead.

  • Thank you.

  • Glad to see someone's being reasonable.

  • You'll have to forgive.

  • And to them he always says the opposite of what he actually thinks.

  • I like your mustache.

  • Thank you.

  • Hey honestly cory I think we should just pack it in for today.

  • I don't want to fight these guys.

  • Why not?

  • We totally win.

  • Not true false erroneous.

  • Yeah we would.

  • Who cares if we win or not?

  • I'm just not in the mood anymore.

  • Maybe we shouldn't do the cinnamon challenge.

  • You know it's supposed to be a fun video.

  • Not some life threatening thing, wow Well congrats you weirdos, you won this round.

  • I can't believe I'm about to say this but I guess when it comes to stopping dangerous challenge videos from happening you guys rock.

  • Yeah I'd say you guys rock.

  • No rock synonym stick antonym.

  • Speak to me guys.

  • Um If it makes you feel any better.

  • Rock is a homonym.

  • Yeah actually that does make me feel better.

  • Thank you for saying that.

  • Back to hama phones bro dang it.

  • What up Fruit lovers A to the O here with a bunch of people I've never seen before.

  • We're here for the challenge video.

  • Yeah we all saw the flyer but it didn't say what the challenge was.

  • What today's challenge, mysterious announcer, voice guy.

  • I'm glad you asked.

  • It's the 10,000 calorie challenge.

  • Wait isn't that the one where you have to eat a ton of food?

  • I'm out.

  • Me too.

  • I'm not gonna eat food.

  • I am food.

  • Wait you can't leave.

  • If everybody leaves, we can't do a video, you can't leave.

  • Why are all the exits locked?

  • Allow me to introduce myself.

  • Oh my gosh it's puzzle piece, that's not my name.

  • I know it has something to do with the game checkerboard.

  • No monopoly man no.

  • Oh are you the naked guy from operation?

  • I'm the guy from the saw movies.

  • Jigsaw.

  • Oh yeah I remember now, I totally saw those movies a long time ago laugh it up because here's the sour news about today's 10,000 calorie challenge.

  • You're not here to do the eating, you're here to be eaten.

  • I never saw paris.

  • I know right.