Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi guys. Thank you so much! Thank you! Hi, do you have any spare change? Hi, do you have any spare change? I do, what are you raising money for? I'm actually trying to get a breast augmentation. I've been getting a lot of like hate comments and stuff on my Instagram and it's just been making me super depressed, and my parents don't think of that's a good enough reason. Yeah, I kinda agree with your parents. You have a beautiful body, you're a beautiful woman, but I'll donate anyway Thank you so much, have a great day! Hi, sir. How's your day going? - Sorry I don't have any cash on me. - You don't have any extra change? Nothing? - No. - I think no? - Sorry. Not today. -Ok. - Hi. - Hi. - Do you have any spare change? - I actually don't. I don't have any on me. - Do you have Venmo? I do...What is this for? I'm actually trying to raise money to get a car. Because I got this car when I was 16, and all my friends just got new cars, like my best friend just got a Lamborghini, and so they all like shut me out. - Awww. - Because my car's not new enough. - That's terrible. - Yeah. I feel like you need new friends. - Yeah... I mean that would be a good thing too, but like...- Ok. - It's the status. - Do you want my Venmo? - I can do Venmo, maybe a couple. Okay. Yeah! Anything would be great. - I just moved here. So I don't have too much either, but I can give you a little bit. - Thank you so much! What's your Venmo? Hey guys! Do you have any spare change? Hi. Do you have any spare change? Uh, you know what, what's the sign for? Well, I'm actually trying to raise money because umm... so all my friends just got new cars and I got this car when I turned sixteen. Yeah, so they're all like outing me. - They are outing you? - Yeah, because I don't have the nice enough car. And so I wanted to get a Tesla. - So I'm trying to save up for that. - Ok. - Yeah. Yeah, let me check. I happen to have a dollar. - I can let it go, and hopefully it lands on you. - I can take it from you? - Oh. Ok, cool. - Hi. - You have any spare change? - No? - For this car? No. - Not for this car? No? - Do you have any spare change? - I actually don't. But I can take you out tho. If you toss that sign we can go eat. - You want to take me out? - Yeah. You can throw that sign away, pick up your money and let's go eat. It's up to you, you can stand here all day if you want or I can just take you out right now. Well, I mean, I'm trying to save up, to buy stuff you know. Yeah, but I'll just give you money, you don't need save up. - You want to do that? - Yeah, let's go I'll take you. - Toss that sign, let's get it. - Ok. This is actually for a Youtube video. So she got a lot of help as a rich girl, now she's gonna take off her makeup, and put on some homeless makeup. Let's see how she does as a homeless girl. Spare change? Spare change? Spare change? Spare change? Spare change? Spare change? Thank you so much. Spare change? Spare change? Alright, Lexi, so what did you think about the results of the experiment? How did you feel as a homeless girl? I felt super crappy because the entire time like I was dressed as a rich girl, and I was standing in front of this Mercedes saying like holding a sign saying I just need more money. People constantly were looking at me and staring at me and interacting with me, and I would ask them and they would actually talk back to me when I was like, "Spare change?" But when I was homeless, nobody would give me a eye contact. It's like people were afraid to look my direction for some reason, just because of my clothes like the way I was dressed and like the way I look. So what do you think we can learn from this? I honestly think that money doesn't determine human value, every human life is valuable, and you can't diminish that just because somebody dresses a certain way, or looks a certain way, just because they don't look like you, like that's unfair.