Placeholder Image

字幕列表 影片播放

  • Mommy, why do humans hate us?

  • I don't know, Matthew.

  • Our species is completely harmless to them.

  • And we keep the mosquito population down,

  • who are responsible for killing more humans every year than other humans do.

  • So humans have no rational reason to fear us,

  • but they still do?

  • I'm afraid humans aren't that smart, Matthew.

  • *MWAH*

  • Sleep tight,

  • don't let the bed humans bite.

  • Love you mommy!

  • I love you too Matthew.

  • Mom?

  • I think the hate that spiders get is a tad bit undeserved.

  • Okay, fine if you're in the shower and you see a spider crawling up your leg like a fricking pervert

  • then that's an appropriate time to freak out.

  • But other than that, spiders are most likely not going to hurt you.

  • Their webs are to weak to trap you,

  • they don't know how to open doors,

  • and there's only like a fifty percent chance that they're venomous.

  • Ok, but for real unless you live in Australia the chances of you dying by a spider bite is pretty low.

  • There are venomous spiders, yes.

  • And if you're having a negative reaction to a spider bite,

  • then you should get treatment,

  • but a large percentage of spiders are harmless.

  • Even the black widow -

  • - known as the most venomous spider in North America,

  • won't kill you if you're a healthy adult.

  • Their bite will be painful for a couple of days, sure,

  • But like you'll walk it off!

  • That was, that was a joke,

  • if you get bitten by a Black Widow spider, then don't walk it off.

  • Go see a doctor.

  • And hey! If you're lucky enough, you'll get super powers.

  • So wait, the two most dangerous spiders in North America are the Brown Recluse and the Black Widow?

  • What are you trying to say about dangerous colors, America?

  • Oh wait the Great White Shark is even more dangerous, never mind.

  • Technically sharks are like....

  • the second least dangerous animal out there,

  • Besides puppies,

  • cause like...

  • They don't wanna eat humans.

  • I-I mean like if you had to fight a spider and a shark,

  • The-the shark would win.

  • Also spiders kill pests.

  • According to this comic I made in 2014,

  • and this National Geographic article,

  • a single spider can eat about 2,000 insects a year.

  • So if you are not a fan of flies, moths or mosquitoes,

  • which incidentally kill 600,000 people a year,

  • then you're on TEAM SPIDER!

  • Cause they're also not fans of them.

  • Well, they are fans of them,

  • but they...

  • ...they are fans cause they eat them.

  • I'm not saying you have to be roommates with arachnids,

  • I'm just saying that if you see a spider.

  • don't put it through torture, continuously smashing it with a blunt object!

  • Euuuuugh, it's still moving, it's still moving!!

  • KILL..... ME

  • SQUASH

  • Instead, get a cup and carefully place it over a spider.

  • They're really dumb, so doing this will be easy.

  • Then scoop up your new best friend with a piece of paper,

  • and yeet it back into the wild with the rest of God's glorious creatures.

  • THUNDERCLAP

  • Yeah...actually, there is a high chance that they won't make it,

  • being thrown into a completely different environment.

  • But they should have thought of that before they decided to live in my house!

  • Even though a spider has 8 eyes,

  • they have terrible eyesight.

  • So that spider that landed on your face did not do it intentionally.

  • Some spiders that live in caves care completely blind.

  • They don't even have one eye!

  • But even if they did have eyes, their whole world would still be pitch black.

  • What a sad life to be a part of.

  • Just every time you're outside, seeing the sun, just think that

  • somewhere there's a colony of spiders,

  • just in pure blackness,

  • just never seeing the sun,

  • never seeing their children smile or graduate college.

  • They're just sitting in a cave for all their life.

  • So is nature's.

  • That is the way this- the cookie crumbles

  • Also we're forgetting the most amazing thing about spiders,

  • which is that they are incredibly talented in "web design"

  • LAUGH

  • GIGGLES

  • Proportionately the silk that makes up a spider web

  • is stronger than the fibers that make a bullet-proof vest.

  • So next time you go to a gun fight,

  • put on a spider web instead.

  • The amazing thing about spider webs is that not only can they save Wilbur from being slaughtered,

  • but it's just STUPID incredible that something so small

  • Can make such an intricate shape from nothing but the material inside their own bodies.

  • The Golden Silk Orb Weaker Spider has too many middle names

  • and has enough silk inside of them to make three full spider webs.

  • And it's this guys job to pin that spider down and pull all it's silk out like some type of spider predator.

  • It's okay though. The documentary said he was just harmlessly immobilizing the spiders.

  • I can't believe this is someone's job.

  • I don't think telling people I'm a YouTuber is that bad anymore.

  • "So...uh, what do you do for a living?"

  • "I harmlessly immobilize spiders with thumb tacks and pull silk out of their abdomen to add to my ever increasing, collection.

  • What about you?

  • "OH!

  • I, uh, make YouTube videos..."

  • I see people with arachnophobia being irrationally afraid of these harmless little guys,

  • And I just don't see the sense of fearing something

  • that ultimately does good things for the ecosystem.

  • But you know what we should be afraid of?!

  • BEES!

  • BEES ARE TERRIFYING!

  • Look, they're sucking the blood out of this guy to make honey!

  • HYPERVENTILATES

  • Oh, they're dying out at an alarming rate?

  • GOOD!!!!!

  • Okay, that was a joke, bees are without a doubt the most important insect on this planet

  • Not only do they have the best work ethic of any living thing on Earth,

  • which is why none of them are YouTubers.

  • They also pollinate 30% of the world's crops

  • Don't ask me who pollinates the rest, cause I don't know.

  • Without bees, humanity would turn to pure anarchy.

  • Bees are so important world-famous comedian Jerry Seinfeld made a documentary about the life of a bee,

  • and what the world would be like without them.

  • Ever since 2006,

  • bees, just like the memes say

  • have been "dying at an alarming rate".

  • The scary thing is that scientists don't know exactly the reason for this bee-pocalypse.

  • But they think it has something to do with new pesticides being used on farms,

  • parasites that kill the bee,

  • And global warming.

  • So once we've figured out how to fix these three problems, we'll "bee" in good shape!

  • It's a little bee pun.

  • We like to have "pun" around here.

  • Now what can you, a concerned citizen, to stop the dropping population of bees?

  • Most likely nothing.

  • Cause I don't think anyone watching this makes laws about pesticides or stopping global warming.

  • So we just gotta sit back and hope the people who make those laws know the importance of bees.

  • But... maybe you should plant a couple of flowers, just to be on the safe side.

  • The reason I have a fear of bees is that I have gotten stung by a bee,

  • Not THREE times,

  • Not FOUR times,

  • BUT

  • TWO TIMES!

  • Two- two times.

  • Now obviously as I've grown, I see the importance of bees and I know not to throw rocks at them.

  • The first time I got stung, I was outside, and I guess I was too playing too close to a bee hive

  • 'Cuz I got stung on my arm, and I cried a lot.

  • The second time I was in my backyard, barefoot, and I was walking around, and-

  • You know how sometimes when you're about to do something, and your brain realizes you're about to make a mistake,

  • but your body is already committed to the motion and you don't have enough time to stop yourself?

  • So I was in the middle of talking a step, and I saw I was about to step on a bee,

  • But my body didn't have the reaction time or the motor skills to avoid the step and... (and we can all guess what happened after the step)

  • *James cries*

  • I'm sure the bee was just acting in self-defense, but...

  • ..MAN that scarred me!

  • Some people may have an allergic reaction to bee stings,

  • and they should go to a hospital if they get stung,

  • but in my case, It just hurt a lot.

  • And my Mom put baking soda over where I got stung,

  • and I cried.

  • When people found out I was afraid of bees,

  • they would always tell me that bees are docile creatures,

  • and they only sting you if they feel threatened.

  • They would say the same thing about spiders by the way.

  • So whenever I would see a bee, I would silently freak out,

  • and would stay as still as a rock,

  • 'Cuz unlike spiders, with bees, you're not allowed to fight back you'll both lose if that happens.

  • I gotta show this bee how unthreatening I am.

  • They should be able to just look at me and know that.

  • But then, when a bee lands of your arm,

  • HOLY FRICK

  • That's true fear.

  • You just have to quietly watch the bee,

  • hoping it didn't just have a bad day and decide to end its life on you.

  • That never happened though.

  • Ever since I took a calm approach to bees, I've never been stung,

  • and I've never been bitten by a spider either.

  • WASPS THOUGH!!!!

  • THEY'RE JUST MEAN!!

  • They can just pack up and leave for all I care!

  • I don't give a crap about wasps.

  • *Wasps attack James*

  • So what did we learn?

  • hmm......

  • Hey everyone, thanks you so much for watching this video about the spiders and the bees.

  • I know it is kinda a weird topic but,

  • I've been traumatised by bees, okay?

  • And I think spiders aren't as bad as the internet says they are.

  • Me and my merch guys are doing a raffle for the month of March, and the winner of the raffle will get an all expenses paid trip to VidCon in July.

  • And during the convention we can set time aside and have a lunch together, or something?

  • So if your interested then check out the merch store or the link in the description to see how you can enter.

  • Also since you're here, make sure to check out all the people who worked on this video, they are all amazing and talented and deserve more followers.

  • And I think it's about time that I created a hashtag on Twitter for the fanart.

  • so starting today if you make fanart then be sure to use the hashtag #ODD1SOUTFANART

  • So I can find it easier!

  • Also I am going to be doing a live show with Domics, Jaiden Animations, Egoraptor and Rubberross on April 26th in LA.

  • The show is called 'Scribble Showdown' and we're going to be playing drawing games live

  • So if that is something you're interested in, be sure to check out the link in the description.

  • And lastly, I have to thank MatPat and Steph for doing some of the voices in this video.

  • I remember watching MatPat's stuff before I even started YouTube, and now he's in one of my videos is just...really really cool!

  • So thank you Matt! And that is it with the announcements. Thank you all for watching.

  • but

  • hey, that's JUST A THEORY.

  • A BEE THEORY!

  • Wear your seat belt.

Mommy, why do humans hate us?

字幕與單字

影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

B1 中級 美國腔

蜘蛛和蜜蜂 (The Spiders and the Bees)

  • 119 3
    kuangkuang 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
影片單字