字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - I guess I kind of faint pretty easily, like I'm a little goat, like a fainting goat. (energetic music) - [Caitlin] How long have we known each other? - Oh my God, so long, like four years. I remember shortly into my relationship, wanting to own my sexuality more like during sex, I wanted to be more in charge. I was having my period, and I suggested that we have sex in the shower. This was one of our first shower sex moments. It was like you released me from the locker room at a game like at halftime, I was so ready! So what I do, is I jump into the shower (shower running) and without even really being any what aware of what he was going through, I mount him. This is getting kind of graphic but we're family. So I mount him like this and I'm holding on and my face is like right here and I'm just thinking I'm just thinking the whole time, I'm like you've got this Becky! You're an animal, you're amazing! But as I'm doing that, there's no thought of what he's doing. In this five minutes, it was very brief, in this five minute period, there were a few just kind of like (breathing heavy) sounds which weren't on brand for him but I didn't think anything of it 'cause once again, I'm like so in my head just like, yeah you're killing it! - And it also sounds like sex sounds though like that could be -- - Kind of but it was slightly different than his usual but I wasn't even, I was just completely in my head, it was not about us. Out of nowhere, I'm like this and then we just go down. Like smack because he passed out because it turns out that he had just gotten off a flight. - Oh my God. - And six hour flights are very dehydrating. - They are. - Once he came to, like he fell, boom! And then I'm like, oh my God! And then he kind of woke up quickly and I was like, you didn't say anything, you weren't saying anything! And he's like, yeah that's it. I wasn't, I couldn't even say anything and I was like, oh yeah. - 'Cause you were fainting. - 'Cause you were fainting. - Or in the process. - And I might have noticed that it was deathly silent for almost five minutes had I not been just like, yes Becky! It's good to want to own your sexuality but it's still a two person event. - Yeah, you still have to listen to the other person. - Alright, so when I was about 11 years old, I was in Catholic school (bells ringing) and I was alter serving one day. I was with my sister and it was really hot and the incense was terrible and I passed out and I started leaning backwards. - So this is in church? - In church in front of everybody. - Okay. - And it was a Sunday so it was really full. And my sister thought I was just screwing around and so she kind of hit my back to make me sit up forward and I just flew forward and hit my head on the ground and fell off of the bench we were sitting on. My parents were in the church watching and so they freaked out. A man in front of my parents tried to get up to come help but my dad pushed him down, ran up, and sort of charging towards the alter and the priest not knowing what was happening behind him, was freaking out thinking he was about to be attacked. - So it looked like a scuffle. - Yeah. - But you're just passed out on the ground. - [Emily] On the ground, yep. - Oh my God. - My dad comes and picks me up but as he's leaning over to grab me, he rips his pants in front of everybody. And takes me to the back and when I wake up, there's this really old deacon giving me the Anointing of the Sick which is part of the last rites sacrament that they give -- - Wait, when you die? - Yeah, yep! (laughing) - They think that you died? - I don't know! He was old and probably just thought, better be safe. - Might as well. (laughing) Might as well anoint her. Oh my God... literally. (laughing) - So this story happened three years ago, spoiler alert I'm the one who fainted, Becky was there so this is an awkward fainting story that involves both of us. Honestly for me, the whole thing was not traumatic 'cause I don't remember what actually happened. - God. - So Becky and I live on the same floor of the same apartment building. - How cute is that? We live in the same apartment building so it's literally, you can just come over. It's like the show Friends. - Our apartments probably aren't as big as the apartments on Friends but that's fine. - That's fine. - So basically, I was touring their building this day, to see if I wanted to move in. We're standing outside on this terrace. Literally as I'm signing the application for the background check, for the apartment -- - Yeah. You were like, and how much was the rent again? And she tells you and you're like, oh okay and then you go back down to sign it. - But apparently, I'm kind of like slumping over and I say, not once but twice, oh I don't think I feel very good. - Oh I don't think I feel very good. Like she's keeping herself presentable as she's falling over. - Yeah and apparently then I just crashed into Linda, who's my best friend I live with. - Oh my God, you just hit the ground. - And I literally fell into her which was good 'cause it was a tile floor. - And you were out for maybe about a minute or two. - Yeah. - It was scary! It was enough time that we went upstairs, got a rolly chair and our landlady got her husband's blood pressure machine. Her roommate, Linda, is on the phone being like, 911! 911! And then we look at Caitlin and actually, Caitlin was like, no not good and then Linda was like, wait are you? And you were like, yeah and it worked 'cause then she was like, okay nevermind 'cause you played it off. - I just did not want to go to a hospital. - Yeah. - Like that was it, I just was like no, I'm not going to the hospital. Yeah so kind of like to this poor landlady, it probably looked like she told me that the rent was more expensive and then I passed the (beep) out. - Hydration is important. - Yeah, yeah. Hydration is important. Stay hydrated. - Mine is not nearly as crazy but I'll still tell it. I guess I kind of faint pretty easily like maybe it's a blood sugar thing or a fear thing. I faint when I'm giving blood. I have no control over it and it's really frustrating. One time, I was getting my eye examined at the eye doctor and you know how -- - I don't like where this story is going. (laughing) - And you know how they do the Glaucoma, have you ever had this done? Where they blow air into your eye? So your head is in this like metal contraption and they're just like poof, poof. Just like blowing air into your eye and I started to feel faint and I guess I just fainted inside of the machine. - Oh no! - And I wake up on the ground with my mom and the eye doctor standing over me. The eye doctor is like fanning me and very concerned and so scared. He said no one had ever fainted in his office before. - You were the first. - I was the first. (laughing) And I still have no explanation as to why. I think I maybe was just afraid. Have you ever fainted before? What's your story? Comment below. Also, I want to know if there's other people that have fainted during church 'cause I feel like church just gets hot. - [Emily] It does, it gets really stuffy. - [Ella] So I want to know if others have experienced that as well. So comment with that specifically.