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  • Hello, everyone.

  • I'm Ian Hecox, and I'm here with--

  • Mari Takahashi.

  • Shayne Topp.

  • Courtney Miller.

  • Damien Haas.

  • And we are

  • Smosh.

  • These two teams are going to be debating some of the internet's

  • most hottest questions.

  • Ooh.

  • At the end of each round, I will be determining

  • who had the strongest argument.

  • This is

  • debate club.

  • Do you wash your legs in the shower?

  • Absolutely not.

  • The water is working for you as it washes down your body.

  • Even the shampoo and the body wash on your armpits

  • is washing down and carrying the dirt off your legs,

  • down the drain where it should be.

  • Yeah, that's exactly how it works in the environment.

  • Rain comes down and washes everything.

  • Is there also a little man that comes down from the clouds

  • and scrubs every little piece of dirt off the ground?

  • Mm-mm-mm.

  • No.

  • It just sort of happens.

  • Shayne, Mari, take it away.

  • Correct.

  • Well, what these disgusting people have failed to mention

  • is dirt that doesn't come off that easily, and also

  • that the dirt that's coming off from your armpits

  • and everything is just trailing down past your legs.

  • Some of that's going to get stuck especially

  • if you have hairy legs.

  • I'm not saying whether they do or not, but--

  • I do.

  • I'm sure they both do.

  • Where does it end?

  • Should you then only scrub just your shoulders

  • and let the rest of the soapy w--

  • like why is it just the legs?

  • Why do you think that it's OK--

  • Good point.

  • You're sure that isn't--

  • Yes.

  • Doing that--

  • Yeah.

  • Good point.

  • You wash the sternum, and it's the core of your body

  • And everything else washes down.

  • And everything else goes down.

  • [INTERPOSING VOICES]

  • While you're at it, why don't you

  • just swig some mouthwash and spit on your chest.

  • [INAUDIBLE] everything.

  • That's what I call a special bath,

  • and I do it when I'm very busy.

  • Even your cats are like, what are you doing?

  • We all scrub our legs, right?

  • Yeah, wash your legs, everyone.

  • Once a week.

  • Once a week.

  • Once a week?

  • Really.

  • Once a week.

  • No.

  • It's called the--

  • Is this real?

  • Special leg day and I--

  • It's leg day?

  • It's a leg day just in the shower.

  • So I'm just going to have to give it to you guys over here.

  • Ice cream.

  • Bite or lick?

  • This is simple.

  • You know, if you have an ice cream,

  • you are against time and the weather and heat.

  • And with global warming actually being a very real thing,

  • our ice cream is also melting a lot faster,

  • and if you think that you can keep up with just licking,

  • you're wrong.

  • You can't.

  • You have to bite into that ice cream, take it by the reins,

  • and actually have that in your mouth.

  • What kind of psychopath spoonfuls some ice cream

  • and then licks the ice cream off their spoon.

  • Are you biting the spoon?

  • Yes, you put-- you go--

  • I need to--

  • Hey, I'm sorry.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Courtney and Damien, you may proceed.

  • As someone who loves the environs,

  • if you're licking an ice cream, you're going to get some drips.

  • You're going to get some melts.

  • Think about all the bugs on the ground that are

  • starving each and every day.

  • They need those little shreds, the little ice cream shredlins,

  • and they deserve it.

  • Courtney, take it away.

  • Also, slow your roll, my guy.

  • Slow down.

  • Lick the ice cream so that your digestive system

  • can keep up with you.

  • Biting ice cream, your digestive system's going to be like,

  • oh, whoa, whoa, not so fast.

  • Yeah.

  • I never thought about the speediness of eating ice cream,

  • especially given our current climate crisis,

  • and because of that, I might have

  • to start biting my ice cream more often.

  • I'm going to have to give it to my bite boys.

  • Aw.

  • Thank you.

  • Bite boys.

  • All right, bite boys.

  • Thank you, Ian.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Is a Cheeto a chip?

  • Yes, of course it's a chip, Ian.

  • It's on the chips aisle.

  • And also, chips are you know determined different things

  • in different countries.

  • You know, we call them fries here,

  • but they're chips in England.

  • Emotionally, physically a chip.

  • Absolutely.

  • Yes.

  • It's a puff, bro, OK?

  • Chip is defined as a piece that is broken off

  • of something else.

  • Potato chips are chips off of a potato.

  • Cheese chips is-- look, there's a big old cheese plant

  • that we're just lopping off chips of cheese.

  • I think you really knocked on something.

  • I think you've solved a lot of arguments with that argument,

  • and I will certainly give you guys that point.

  • Wow.

  • Yes, thank you.

  • Wow, try going to a grocery store

  • and ask for the puffs aisle.

  • Yeah, exactly.

  • I bet no one will know what you're talking about

  • That'd be the best aisle.

  • You're making the world a more difficult place.

  • Well, the aisle says chips and snacks, so--

  • Oh.

  • What?

  • Interesting.

  • No.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It does.

  • So they qualify as a snack, so that argument was kind of--

  • You know who else is a snack?

  • Ellen.

  • Oh, dang.

  • That's a snack.

  • Get out of here.

  • That is a meal.

  • That is a snack.

  • Guys, let us know in the comments down below.

  • who you think won, because apparently they don't agree.

  • They need a decision made.

  • Numbers.

  • All right.

  • Everyone be nice.

  • Be nice.

  • Line up for high fives.

  • You know, like the old soccer games do it.

  • Yeah, right.

  • Good game.

  • [INTERPOSING VOICES]

  • You're totally wrong.

  • Completely wrong.

  • You got some.

  • Good game.

  • You're real dumb.

  • Your legs smell.

  • You're real dumb.

  • You're real dumb.

  • Good game.

  • Good game, Mari?

  • Good game.

  • Dumb as hell.

  • Dumb as hell.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Wee!

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • Good game.

  • [LAUGHTER]

Hello, everyone.

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