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  • - So here is a penis, and here is the precum.

  • - Did you guys learn all this in your sex ed?

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Hi, my name is Daniella.

  • - I'm Shelby.

  • - Hi, my name's Nadia.

  • - Hi, my name's Emily,

  • and we're throwing it back to high school today,

  • 'cause we're taking a sex ed quiz.

  • - I think sex is something a lot of people

  • are ashamed about and it's a pretty taboo topic.

  • But you know, it's everywhere,

  • and we all need to brush up on our sex ed.

  • - Think I had a really good sex education in high school,

  • and I will tell you all what I was told.

  • Which is, sex is neither good nor bad, it is powerful.

  • (Nadia gasps)

  • - Oh.

  • - And you have to be responsible.

  • - [Producer] You'll be taking a men's sexual ed quiz.

  • - Oh, great.

  • - We are?

  • - I thought it was just gonna be general stuff.

  • I thought it was gonna be a lot about the fallopian tubes.

  • And like, all that stuff.

  • - Yeah, that's honestly false advertising there, dude.

  • - Rude.

  • - We got it, don't worry.

  • I'm a penis expert, it's fine.

  • - I have sex with women.

  • - I don't.

  • - This will be hard. (chuckles)

  • - Well, we're all right.

  • - This is will be hard.

  • Don't use any of this. - See ya, bye.

  • - Are you ready to do this?

  • - I'm ready.

  • - Okay, let's do it together.

  • - Question one, read it.

  • - What are doctors who specialize in the health care

  • of male sexual and reproductive organs called?

  • - [Emily] We have urologists, obstetrics and gynecology,

  • eh, that's us.

  • Endocrinologist, that's glands.

  • Rheumatologist, no.

  • - [Nadia] How did you know that?

  • - It's urologist.

  • - All right, urologist.

  • - In terms of like, penis health and stuff like that,

  • urologist would be the one.

  • - Okay, you sound like you know what you're talking about.

  • So we're gonna go with urologist.

  • - I'm 80% sure.

  • - Yep, urologist. - Okay.

  • - [Daniella] True or false,

  • people with penises get yeast infections.

  • - [Shelby] Okay, I know for a fact that, that is true.

  • - And I know that aside from getting a yeast infection

  • on your genitals, you can also get yeast infections

  • in other parts of your body. - The body.

  • - I think they can. - I think they can get

  • yeast infections, but like--

  • - Just in a different way.

  • - Yeah, I mean, 'cause it's yeast, it's candida,

  • you know what I mean? - Right.

  • - [Daniella] What is the average length of an erect penis?

  • Okay.

  • - Three inches, four inches, five inches, or seven inches?

  • - Five,

  • I think.

  • - You know--

  • - Seven, right?

  • - I do not wanna give them that much credit here.

  • - Oh, okay.

  • - Seven's being a little generous.

  • - This is seven inches.

  • I'm pretty sure.

  • - Oh, okay.

  • - And like, yeah, I don't think it's that.

  • - Okay, fine.

  • - I think that's too long.

  • - Maybe a happy medium would be five inches?

  • - You know what, I'm thinking even lower, guys.

  • - What?

  • Daniella!

  • So what do you think?

  • - I'll go with either four or five.

  • - Let's go with four, 'cause now I'm not confident anymore,

  • so we're going with four inches, people.

  • - How far can penises shoot sperm?

  • - Also would like to reiterate this question says,

  • shoot sperm.

  • - Pew, pew, pew.

  • - We have six inches, one foot,

  • two feet, and five feet.

  • - Okay.

  • - One foot's about this much,

  • which I've experienced.

  • - I mean, you have to think about...

  • - Oh my God.

  • This is disturbing.

  • - Okay. - Okay, so two feet.

  • Honestly, I might go...

  • Depending on how long it's been, or you know,

  • the sexual frustration

  • that's pent up. - Yeah, I mean...

  • - Like, there could be a lot of pressure in there,

  • you know? - That's true.

  • There's a lot.

  • - So let's also think about like, how far it needs to shoot

  • to get a woman pregnant.

  • I feel like, 'cause it's six inches enough?

  • - Well, they swim.

  • - I think two feet, maybe.

  • - No, I think five.

  • - You think five?

  • - I know the answer with whale penises.

  • - I think one, what do you think?

  • (record scratches)

  • With whale penises?

  • Well, what is that answer.

  • - And dolphins.

  • Well, I know that like, they shoot sperm,

  • apparently it's at the rate and the speed of a gun shot,

  • like of a gun bullet coming out.

  • So it's like really fast.

  • - Although, maybe.

  • Kind of like when you sneeze.

  • That can go like 30 feet.

  • (Daniella laughs)

  • - Can it really?

  • - Yeah, something like that. - Are you serious?

  • - And it goes really far. - So you can like,

  • essentially die from a whale ejaculation?

  • - You might get hurt, I don't know.

  • (Emily and Nadia laugh)

  • - Okay, let's just do five.

  • - Okay.

  • - 'Cause that's kind of a fun answer.

  • - It is.

  • - You just might wanna get out of the line of fire

  • with that one.

  • Don't quote me on this.

  • - Does the speed change in the water,

  • versus outside the water?

  • - That's a good question,

  • and this is something we can investigate later.

  • Let's do with one foot. (laughs)

  • - I like one foot.

  • - [Shelby] One theory speculates,

  • that the motion of a penis thrust inside a vagina,

  • evolved from a reflex intended to, blank.

  • A, sexually satisfy the partner,

  • B, ensure proper semen transferal,

  • C, a protective technique during cold weather,

  • and D, remove the sperm of other competitors.

  • - Whoa.

  • - Sexually satisfy the partner, definitely not.

  • - Like, first and foremost, it's evolutionary.

  • - Yes, of course.

  • And that, in itself is--

  • - Evolution. - Yes.

  • - And it's finest.

  • - So I think we can get rid of sexually satisfy the partner,

  • and also get rid of a protective technique

  • during cold weather.

  • - Though that would be actually really funny.

  • If that was actually true.

  • - Okay.

  • - So we're gonna go with ensure proper

  • semen transferal. - Semen transferal.

  • - I kind of wanna go with that one.

  • - My dick is so cold.

  • (Nadia laughs)

  • Can I please put it inside of you?

  • - I think, - Ensure?

  • - it's ensure

  • the proper semen transferal. - Yeah, let's go with that.

  • - [Nadia] True or false, penis size correlates to

  • a person's foot size.

  • - [Emily] False.

  • - False, false, false. - False.

  • - False.

  • - False, but what if they're tricking us,

  • 'cause that's like the most...

  • You know what I mean?

  • - No, but that's what...

  • No.

  • - [Nadia] Epididymal hypertension is the medical term

  • for which colloquial phrase?

  • - [Emily] Masturbation, wet dreams,

  • blue balls, premature ejact?

  • - Is that, that's not wet dreams?

  • - I wanna say it might be.

  • - Really?

  • - Epididymal, so that's skin.

  • - No, a nocturnal emission.

  • - Hypertension.

  • - You know earlier today,

  • she was saying that blue balls

  • is a myth. - Isn't real.

  • - And you know, I kind of believe her,

  • but now I'm just feeling like--

  • - Hyper, yeah, the hypertension.

  • - The hypertension part seems to go with blue balls.

  • - Epididymal, so skin-ish.

  • - Blue balls?

  • - Hypertension.

  • - Is cold.

  • - Epididymal hypertension.

  • Blue balls is not cold.

  • - But it--

  • - No, that's what the thrust is for.

  • (Nadia laughs)

  • - Blue balls could be a thing.

  • Let's hope we're wrong, let's hope we're wrong.

  • - I don't want it to be blue balls,

  • but we're gonna say blue balls.

  • - We're gonna say blue balls.

  • - Hypertension.

  • - It's blue balls.

  • Even though blue balls is like a myth too.

  • But it says, colloquial phrase.

  • - I don't think it's a myth,

  • I just think they put it on women,

  • when like, you tease a man.

  • (Nadia gasps)

  • Or like, essentially don't have sex with them.

  • Then he's like, ow, my balls hurt,

  • 'cause they're ready to...

  • (blows raspberry)

  • We literally have to push humans out of our bodies.

  • You can deal with not...

  • Go to bathroom.

  • (Nadia laughs)

  • True or false, a penis can get stuck in a vagina.

  • (Nadia gasps)

  • - [Nadia] False?

  • - True.

  • - I think that's true.

  • - That is so damn true.

  • - Yeah.

  • - Certainly not, that would be a nightmare.

  • If it's gonna get stuck in a vagina,

  • it won't even get in there in the first place.

  • - I know that vaginas can stretch.

  • - Can a penis get stuck in a vagina?

  • - Then maybe if something happens to a vagina

  • when it's stretched.

  • - No, because a fucking baby can come out of there.

  • (Nadia laughs) Next.

  • Absolutely not.

  • - I was just like trying to think of a scenario.

  • - You wish your penis could get stuck in a vagina.

  • (Nadia laughs)

  • - I feel like there's been medical cases.