Can You Feel It? with Chrissy Teigen


-Guys, here’s how this works. We’re going to have a number
of mystery objects brought out in front of us, and our job is to guess
what each one is. The catch is that we have
to figure out by touch alone. [ Laughter ] Honestly, I — really,
I said it’s a fun game, but I really don’t mean that. -Have there ever been actual
dangerous things in there? -Yeah.
-Okay. Okay. -There’s been one
or two dangerous things. -Okay.
[ Laughter ] -Usually towards the end,
though, right? -Oh, great. Whatever. I’m down. I like to touch. -Since I’m the host,
I’m going to go first. -Okay.
-All right. Let’s get our first object.
All right. And you can go in front,
if you want. And just —
-Okay. -I’ll have 30 seconds
to identify what this is. [ Laughter ] Okay. Is it — -So there are scary ones,
apparently. Okay. [ Laughter ] -I’m going to freak out.
I’m freaking out. I swear to you, this is
not my game at all, man. I’m like — [ Screaming ] Don’t make noise. Is it
going to move or something? I swear —
-Come in through the side. -This is the last time
I’m playing this game ever. I just really don’t
like this at all. Oh!
-You’re fine! -Oh!
-Oh, my God. -Oh! ♪♪ -Butter?
Is it sticks of butter? [ Ding! ]
-Oh, my God! ♪♪ [ Laughter and applause ] -Get this out.
-It seems so easy. -Yeah? It seems so easy,
well, get ready, you’re about to play this game.
Oh, man. Get ready.
Oh, you are good at that. All right, here we go. [ Audience groans ] -The reaction is the worst part. [ Laughter ] I make fun of it.
I’ve been watching this game. -Ugh! Ew!
-Stop it. [ Laughter ] -Ow!
-What was that? [ Laughter ] Okay, I’m going this side.
-Okay, no! [ Screaming ]
-[ Screaming ] What is it? Jimmy!
[ Laughter ] -Trust me, I won’t —
seriously, I’m being serious. -Oh.
-Do whatever you touch with that hand.
Yeah, that’s it. Yep. Go right in. -No. -I promise you. Trust me. That hand. That hand. -I’m sweating now.
-Trust me. It’s that hand. You’ve got it. You’ve got it.
That’s it. Feel what that is. You can squish it
between your fingers. -No!
Oh, God, is it an ant farm? [ Laughter ] [ Buzzer ]
[ Sad tuba plays ] -It’s not an ant farm.
It was — It’s a sand castle. -Oh.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ]
-That’s close. I mean, ant farm was close. [ Laughter ]
-Yeah. -Wow.
-Maybe we’ll give you credit. I know, it’s tough right?
-Wow. -It’s a mental game, right?
-Holy cow. -All right, oh, no.
This one looks big. Why is this box bigger
than the other box? [ Audience oohs ] [ Cheers and applause ] [ Ominous music plays ] -You’ve got to go down. [ Laughter ] I mean, once you —
once you feel the top, you’ll want to go down.
[ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ I don’t even know what it is. [ Laughter ] ♪♪ Oh, my gosh. You’ve got this.
You got it! No! [ Screaming ]
-[ Screaming ] [ Laughter ]
-Is it — did it lick me? [ Laughter ] There’s wetness. There’s wetness
on my finger right now. Something liquidy is in there. -Yeah. -Oh, it’s liquid. It’s warm. It’s going to be an amphibian.
It’s going to be a frog. A frog. -I’m looking at it,
and I have no idea what it is. [ Buzzer ] -Should I just try to touch it
one more time? [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -It appears to be docile. ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -[ Screaming ] Ew! Ew! Gross! Disgusting! Ew! Was it an eel or a snake
or something? An eel? What is that? -I don’t know what it is.
[ Buzzer ] -What is that? Ew! [ Laughter ] Are you joking me? That is not in the rules at all
or any respect for me at all. What in the hell is that?
-I have no idea. -What is that? -It’s a lung fish.
-Lung fish? What is a lung fish?
-I don’t know. -Oh, my God.
Is it like a catfish? -He’s a sleepy lung fish. [ Audience awws ] I want to touch him. Aw, guys. I want to cook it.
-All right — Oh, my God. [ Laughter and applause ] No cooking any of our animals.
-That’s where my mind goes. -All right, you are up now.
Here you go. Good luck. It’s fun.
It’s going to be fine. [ Audience groans ] You want a hint?
-I mean, yes. -Have you seen “Jurassic Park”?
-Oh, my gosh! [ Laughter ] Is it Bryce Dallas Howard?
[ Laughter ] -I wish. [ Cheers and applause ] -You guys. [ Ominous music plays ] -Dude, just —
This is legendary, dude. That’s all I’m saying. -[ Screaming ] [ Laughter ] ♪♪ What happened? What happened?
What happened? -It bit me.
-Oh, my gosh. Well, it bit you.
We can give this one away. It is a toy. It’s a toy dinosaur. [ Sad tuba plays ] [ Applause ] It didn’t really bite you. Send whoever’s in here away. -I’m sorry.
-Was that frightening? -I thought it could have
been John for a second. -Oh, my gosh.
-I know. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. This is real.
-This is real, right? -People don’t get it. [ Audience ohhs ] -Wait! Wait!
-I’m out. -We’re supposed to do
this together. -No, man. No! No. -This is —
-No. This is my —
-What are you talking about? This last one we’re supposed
to one-hand in together. -No! -Well, now you’ve seen it!
-I saw it. I’m 1,000% not. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ This is might be the worst one
I’ve ever seen on here! -Stop it right now.
-That’s all I want to say. [ Laughs ] -[ Screaming ] [ Laughter ] -Too mad, so sad, everything — -Okay. [ Laughter ] You guys… [ Audience cheering ] -I have no idea what it is
at all. But I did touch it right? [ Buzzer ]
-That was good though. -I’ll guess. Is it a snake
or something like that? Or — is it a lizard?
-No. -Oh, is it a frog?
-No. Ew!
[ Sad tuba plays ] [ Laughter ]
Are you out of your mind?! What in the — what? Is that cockroaches?! -Yeah.
-Are you out of your mind?! -Like I —
-Oh, my gosh! -I’ll touch anything, but…
-Oh, my gosh! ♪♪ -My thanks to Chrissy Teigen.
[ Cheers and applause ]

Oggy and the Cockroaches Cartoons New Episodes 2016 Part 26 Огги и Тараканы новые серии 2016

Oggy and the Cockroaches Cartoons New Episodes 2016 Part 26 Огги и Тараканы новые серии 2016


Oggy and the Cockroaches Cartoons New Episodes 2016 Part 26
Огги и Тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Cartoons New Episodes 2016 Part 26
Огги и Тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Cartoons New Episodes 2016 Part 26
Огги и Тараканы новые серии 2016

10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches

10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches


10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches… Nobody wants to see a cockroach scurrying
under the fridge when flipping on the light switch. These creatures aren’t exactly revered.
Entomologists know otherwise, though; these insects are actually rather cool. Here are
10 fascinating facts about cockroaches that just might persuade you to think differently
about them. 1. Most Species Are Not Pests… What image do you conjure up when you hear
the word cockroach? For most people, it’s a dark, dirty city apartment teeming with
cockroaches. In truth, very few cockroach species inhabit human dwellings. We know of
some 4,000 species of cockroaches on the planet, most of which inhabit forests, caves, burrows,
or brush. Only about 30 species like to live where people do. In the U.S., the two most
common species are the German cockroach, known as Blattella germanica, and the American cockroach,
Periplaneta americana. 2. Cockroaches Are Scavengers… Most roaches prefer sugar and other sweets,
but they will eat just about anything: glue, grease, soap, wallpaper paste, leather, bookbindings,
even hair. And cockroaches can survive a remarkably long time without food. Some species can go
as long as six weeks without a meal. In nature, cockroaches provide an important service by
consuming organic waste. As with houseflies, when cockroaches take up residence among humans,
they can become vehicles for spreading diseases as they scuttle about the home. Feeding on
waste, trash, and food, they leave germs and droppings in their wake. 3. They’ve Been Around For a Long Time… If you could travel back to the Jurassic period
and walk among the dinosaurs, you would easily recognize the cockroaches crawling under logs
and stones in prehistoric forests. The modern cockroach first came to be about 200 million
years ago. Primitive roaches appeared even earlier, about 350 million years ago, during
the Carboniferous period. The fossil record shows that Paleozoic roaches had an external
ovipositor, a trait that disappeared during the Mesozoic era. 4. Cockroaches Like to Be Touched… Roaches are thigmotropic, meaning they like
feeling something solid in contact with their bodies, preferably on all sides. They seek
out cracks and crevices, squeezing into spaces that offer them the comfort of a tight fit.
The small German cockroach can fit into a crack as thin as a dime, while the larger
American cockroach will squeeze into a space no thicker than a quarter. Even a pregnant
female can manage a crevice as thin as two stacked nickels. Cockroaches are also social
creatures, preferring to live in multigenerational nests that can range from a few bugs to several
dozen. In fact, according to research, cockroaches that don’t share the company of others can
become ill or unable to mate. 5. They Lay Eggs, Lots of Them… Mama cockroach protects her eggs by enveloping
them in a thick protective case, called an ootheca. German cockroaches may encase as
many as 40 eggs in one ootheca, while the larger American roaches average about 14 eggs
per capsule. A female cockroach can produce multiple egg cases over her lifetime. In some
species, the mother will carry the ootheca with her until the eggs are ready to hatch.
In others, the female will drop the ootheca or attach it to a substrate. 6. Roaches Love Bacteria… For millions of years, cockroaches have carried
on a symbiotic relationship with special bacteria called Bacteroides. These bacteria live within
special cells called mycetocytes and are passed down to new generations of cockroaches by
their mothers. In exchange for living a life of relative comfort inside the cockroach’s
fatty tissue, the Bacteroides manufacture all the vitamins and amino acids the cockroach
needs to live. 7. Cockroaches Don’t Need Heads to Survive… Lop the head off a roach, and a week or two
later it will still respond to stimuli by wiggling its legs. Why? Surprisingly, its
head isn’t all that important to how a cockroach functions. Cockroaches have open circulatory
systems, so as long as the wound clots normally, they aren’t prone to bleeding out. Their respiration
occurs via spiracles along the sides of the body. Eventually, the headless cockroach will
either dehydrate or succumb to mold. 8. They’re Fast… Cockroaches detect approaching threats by
sensing changes in air currents. The fastest start time clocked by a cockroach was just
8.2 milliseconds after it sensed a puff of air on its rear end. Once all six legs are
in motion, a cockroach can sprint at speeds of 80 centimeters per second, or about 1.7
miles per hour. And they’re elusive, too, with the ability to turn on a dime while in
full stride. 9. Tropical Roaches Are Big… Most domestic roaches don’t come close to
the size of their giant, tropical cousins. Megaloblatta longipennis boasts a wingspan
of 7 inches. The Australian rhinoceros cockroach, Macropanesthia rhinoceros, measures about
3 inches and can weigh 1 ounce or more. The giant cave cricket, Blaberus giganteus, is
even larger, reaching 4 inches at maturity. 10. Cockroaches Can Be Trained… Makoto Mizunami and Hidehiro Watanabe, two
scientists at Japan’s Tohoku University, found cockroaches could be conditioned much like
dogs. They introduced the scent of vanilla or peppermint just before giving the roaches
a sugary treat. Eventually, the cockroaches would drool when their antennae detected one
of these scents in the air. More Crazy Cockroach Facts… It’s often been said that cockroaches are
so hardy that they can survive a nuclear explosion. Although the bugs can survive levels of radiation
that would kill a human being within minutes, higher levels of exposure can be deadly. In
one experiment, cockroaches were exposed to 10,000 rads of radiation, about the same amount
as the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan during World War II. Only about 10 percent of the
test subjects survived. These hardly bugs can also hold their breath
for 4 to 7 minutes at a time. Scientists aren’t sure why cockroaches do this, but researchers
in Australia say it may be in order to preserve moisture in dry climates. They can also survive
for several minutes underwater, though exposure to hot water can kill them. What do you think about these interesting
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The El Paso Zoo Brings Back Their Cockroach-Valentine’s Event


Unknown: Sorry a week. Can El
Paso Zoo brings back their cockroach Valentine’s event? All
right, folks. Last year, the El Paso Zoo made headlines with the
promotion where you could name a cockroach after an ex lover, and
then they would feed it to one of their meerkats. Now the same
Zoo the owners are actually bringing the promotion back and
for every 1000 cockroaches named Zoo director Joe Monsanto will
eat a cockroach. So who says romance is dead? What would it
take for you guys eat a cockroach? Is this idea even on
the money? Hmm. I think it’s a good I think it’s
a good question asked what’s your number? How little would
you need to be paying literally have an exact answer for you
because I’ve done it before. And the answer is $10 $10. I will give you $10. I’ve done it before and if you
have cockroach in $10. I’ll do it again. I was at a new Shares Christ. I
was at a new CrossFit gym. That’s
right. CrossFit Wasn’t he used to try to gain trying to garner
favor with my fellow crossfitters. At a mixer one
night, there was a coverage on the floor that we captured. And
one of my fellow crossfitters asked, Hey, would you that for
$10? Or I don’t remember how it went down, but they said, I’ll
give you 10 an hour she didn’t. And I thought, Hey, 10 bucks,
and I’ll be popular. I’m in down at one. So, here’s a riddle. crossfitter
vegan, and someone who loves the enneagram start a conversation
who stops talking first Alex across it or he’s too busy doing
squats? Or she or she? Yeah, so you would eat
the cockroach because you have done it? Sure. Okay, cockroaches Actually, I don’t
know why they’re so they don’t bite humans to kind of trash.
They like gross isn’t a wasp worse or the cockroaches carry
diseases? Yeah, I never caught anything from a cockroach, but I
haven’t been stung by a bee. So I don’t know. Aesthetically speaking I think
the bee is more pleasant to look at. Yeah. Versus the cockroaches
like cyanide. roaches have size as well. They’ve also just
didn’t learn shit through shit. Yeah, that’s why you’re on this podcast.
It’ll bleep it out. It’s fine. You’re fine. How news? Gentlemen
swearing bleeping out Jim like fucking gets on it. Like a special note. Everyone say your favorite password was saying every clown. Lot of flags. I don’t know if what I said is
like the grandfather of poreless. How did that word become the
worst word? Because it offends half the
population. Where did you say the word He’s interesting, um, you know,
in a different time cockroach might have been the most events
of words but I know she the first half of this question
is who says romances dad is romance dead? Well you guys say no one says that cuz I’m married and she’ll find
out Okay, let me ask you all this so
as you guys are both married, been dating Angela for four
months now, what should I do for balance her name on the air now
it’s getting real. What should I do as a rookie here to really
win points on balance? Zero. Are you ready? Yes. I want
you to scare away Of course not. What I would do is I would come
up with five small things she likes and try to get them to her
throughout the day. Okay, for instance, if she her favorite
flower is not a rose. No girls favorite flowers are rose right
track. favorite flowers at perhaps 1030 in the morning,
cannons. Okay awesome cactus and then maybe at noon, a good meet
her for lunch and buy her lunch because her work is hard or
deliver her favorite food. You may be at three. A mixtape not
really but something creative. You don’t have to be expensive.
Just be thoughtful. Nick Offerman had good advice on
this. He says to go out into nature and find a leaf or a
pebble. And to tape it on the inside of a card could just be a
white sheet of paper and write Happy Valentine’s Day and her
name. And I think you’ll I think you’ll do All right. All right. Just Finally, I’m Megan Laney so
he did. He did he does he’s talking about that man, that man is
suave. So he has more suaveness and his
love Caterpillar or mustache than we have in our entirety
love Caterpillar could take on a couple different
meanings. So I like to hope it does. Well Yeah, but I’m learning a
lot here. But if you guys want to win Valentine’s, either give
her five little notes or one note with a piece of nature or
don’t name a cockroach. The most important thing I think to
exemplify on Valentine’s Day is that you know her do nothing
cliche do something specific. Even if it’s cheap. I know I don’t go that’s what I plan on doing for
Kristen Will’s wife, my wife with 1000 times
take a better meal over flowers. She doesn’t care for flowers. girl likes to say most girls like food more
than flying So ladies and gentlemen will back
he just called his wife a cow. Did you just call me? He said
she loves food. She loves food. Not beating I don’t know your
wife doesn’t love to Dallas. We’re fighting. back he has pulled a knife and
he is stabbing. We got cramp the blood All
right, we’ll take five

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