字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey guys! So today we're going to IKEA Because that's an adventure in my eyes I'm here with my friend Mary She's very nice, she can drive That's pretty much why she's here We're listening to High School Musical Just having a good time Yeah, let's go So I've just been informed that there are some parts of Canada where you have to drive for 8 hours to get to an IKEA Saskatoon Saskatoon? Didn't know that was a place Rule number one of IKEA Is don't come when everyone else is coming Because you will not find parking and you will spend ages struggling We're here on a Thursday at 11am Soooo everyone's probably at work Okay so we've made it to IKEA It's very windy, it's a very unpleasant day Welcome to the UK There are some parts of the world where they don't have IKEA Did you know that there are only 26* countries where they have IKEA So this is IKEA It's a Swedish furniture shop which is famous for selling cheap furniture that you take home in flat packs and put together yourself As you enter IKEA you see loads of different rooms which are designed with the furniture that they have to sell I think it's fun to go through them and imagine if you'd like to live in a house like that For example, I'm not too keen on this living room, I don't really like the colours What do you guys think? Look they've glued these shut So you don't steal their damn biscuits To buy from IKEA you steal a little pencil like this one And you write down the serial number for the items you want And at the end of your shop you pick up the flat pack with the same serial number from the storage room I'll show you guys the storage room soon So now that we're all pretty much on the same page about what IKEA actually is Let's get on with some fun facts Apparently IKEA is building it's own town near London Which will contain shops, schools, theaters, a hotel and flat pack housing for 6,000 people What the hell like who thought of this, like who made... Who made this up? Mary is loving these shower curtains, look at her Here's another one for ya In Sweden, IKEA's a pretty big deal Like I can't really remember going to anyone's house and not seeing anything from IKEA There are even IKEA busses which are specifically designed to take you into IKEA To those of you who complain about getting lost, there are literally arrows like this everywhere Like what are you doing? Just look down Look at this nerd she doesn't even realise she's being recorded Idiot Even though I don't really buy furniture I actually have a lot of fun going to IKEA I really love going through everything and just looking at all the different rooms I don't really know why, maybe I'm a boring person Okay but look at this your mind is about to be blown What the hell It's a Transformer lamp Whaaat Ugh, none of this stuff is gonna be as cool as THAT So this is like a compact apartment So it's specifically made for really small flats And it shows like all these little.... Like it's a tiny place but there's actually lots of stuff in it It's pretty clever Okay so listen to this The store was originally founded in 1943 By a 17 year old What, I'm 19 and I haven't done anything I'm wearing pyjamas right now Here's a nice one for you Through it's partnership with Save The Children and UNICEF IKEAs provided over 12 million kids in 46 countries with better schools, teachers and learning materials That's nice That's rude Then you get to my favourite section which is the kids section, full of toys! Yeah! This was our main reason for coming, these meatballs are delicious Here is that storage room that we talked about It's where you find all the flat packs with all the numbers you've written down Here's a fun fact For a very short time I lived in a town called Lycksele You're about to see it, about to see it Whaaat That right there, Lycksele I'm pretty much a celebrity now And then you go and you stand in very long queues for hours Unless you're a genius like us and come when no one else's come Then you get to the second food section, which is my favourite section of all of IKEA In Sweden during Easter, instead of getting chocolate eggs we get these cardboard eggs and fill them with sweets ourselves This is where I spend most of my money, I love this section, it brings me back home It's got all the things I really miss except that ew In Sweden it's normal for kids to have sweets on Saturdays We call it "lördagsgodis" Pick and mix is a pretty big deal in Sweden So that's pretty much it for today's video It's very windy, it's very unpleasant I hope you enjoyed it, let me know if you want me to make more videos like this Thank you, bye!