Thaumetopoea & Spilostethus Jungle Insects – حشرات الغابة : دودة الصندل

Thaumetopoea & Spilostethus Jungle Insects – حشرات الغابة : دودة الصندل


Spilostethus pandurus
Lygaeidae – Spilostethus pandurus Scientific classification
Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Arthropoda
Class : Insecta Order : Hemiptera
Suborder : Heteroptera Infraorder : Pentatomomorpha
Superfamily : Lygaeoidea Family : Lygaeidae
Subfamily : Lygaeinae Genus : Spilostethus
Species : S. pandurus Binomial name
Spilostethus pandurus Pine processionary larvae marching
in characteristic fashion Scientific classification Kingdom : Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Thaumetopoeidae Genus: Thaumetopoea Species: T. pityocampa Binomial name
Thaumetopoea pityocampa Directed by ELBAR MOHAMED ELAMIN

Thaumetopoea & Spilostethus Jungle Insects – حشرات الغابة : دودة الصندل


Spilostethus pandurus
Lygaeidae – Spilostethus pandurus Scientific classification
Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Arthropoda
Class : Insecta Order : Hemiptera
Suborder : Heteroptera Infraorder : Pentatomomorpha
Superfamily : Lygaeoidea Family : Lygaeidae
Subfamily : Lygaeinae Genus : Spilostethus
Species : S. pandurus Binomial name
Spilostethus pandurus Pine processionary larvae marching
in characteristic fashion Scientific classification Kingdom : Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Thaumetopoeidae Genus: Thaumetopoea Species: T. pityocampa Binomial name
Thaumetopoea pityocampa Directed by ELBAR MOHAMED ELAMIN

Box Fort ZOMBIES Nerf War Z – ZOMBIES On A PLANE ESCAPE! (Papa Jake)


well now they’re all over the house we
gotta move fast just like that you bring the 200 on
board alright gonna pull up the hatch so you can take off oh no Logan we got
zombies native South African penguin travels over five thousand miles to an
ice village known that’s cute the Penguins make home and stay here
laughing oh I like that 50/50 flute Jake Jake have you seen the
news the news about the pizza strike I know I saw it
it’s so sad no cheek not the news about the pizza the news that the Baron
released the zombie buyers 2.0 you released the zombie virus to point out guys if what Logan’s saying is true the
Baron has successfully released his most powerful zombie virus it’s true it’s all
over the news just regular zombies Logan we’re talking mega zombie x’ big zombies
knowing the Baron he’ll be releasing it right next to our house which means we
could have zombies in this house his biggest target is you which means we
have to do something crazy to get rid of it okay well guys because Papa Jake is
the smartest person on earth I’ve been compared on Stine once or twice very
true I in my infinite wisdom created a back-up plan for if the Baron did in
fact ever release the zombie virus 2.0 what what do you mean a back-up plan
looks like a normal door right the tapir and Jake we all know April okay I’m
getting to the point here I installed something in case the zombie virus ever
came back check this out what what’s in the safe not what’s in
the safe Logan what’s behind the wall yeah when did you have the time for this
I worked out of mostly in the morning while you’re sleeping used a lot of your
credit card to fund it but no but but Logan this is important we needed a
secret bunker in case the zombie virus came back so as this is our zombie
defense worker now it is a work in progress everything’s kind of all over
the place didn’t have a lot of time to set it up we’re still gonna be working
on it and upgrading it but as of right now we are in a critical emergency if
the bear and zombies breached this house we need to get out of here and all of
our supplies including blasters attachments ammo clothing rations all of
it is in here good for you for building this place but what are we gonna do
about the Baron well Logan a great man once said sometimes to win you have to
run and as of right now if those zombies are coming here we need to run Jake I
don’t think anyone’s ever said that it’s not important right now looking you’ve
got bigger fish to fry no no no no this isn’t good yeah zombies breach the house
Jake how many of them I’m counting over 20 Jake how are we gonna get out of this
house we can’t just live in this bunker okay okay guys I have an idea if you
remember in our last video we created a box for a private jet for little
squeegee well I hate to break it to everyone I think a little squeegee might
be a zombie right about now which means he’s not currently using his jet Logan I
say we grab as much blasters as much ammunition as much of everything we can
hold make our way downstairs and convert that private jet into a zombie defense
plane capable of destroying zombies so you’re saying we turn the private jet
into an attack defense plane exactly then we fly out of here and find a place
to lay low until we can figure out how to stop the Baron I think it’s time to
gear up dude what are you wearing what what
what’s wrong with this Logan the point of this armor is to have really cool
stuff look what I’m dressed in plus the fazham
bee attacks doing that your good is gone but but I was really cozy all right
Logan’s ready take on some zombies it’s time for part two of my plan we need to
make it downstairs to the plane and geared up with blasters we can turn it
into a zombie defense plan which means we need to choose our blasters put them
inside our protective case and get through downstairs and ready to assemble
without getting eaten by zombies which means Logan you’re gonna be in charge of
carrying the box I’ll defend you as we make our way down we’ll make our way
downstairs what’s with the plainest there’s already
zombies in the house so be careful I know you’re gonna have to hold the belt
over you okay let’s move flesh that’s off keep it going
another all over the house we got any fast I think we clear them out I move ahead
and see if I can see any zombies it’s not moving okay
you almost made it downstairs hey guys were you able to make it downstairs
towards where the plane is there she is Logan the old private jet
now all I need to do guys is upgrade this jet so that we can turn it into a
zombie defense plant add some upgrades to it get the power back on hopefully
this thing can take off and take out some zombies no more coming he’s down
Jake there’s another one oh nice shot dude thanks wait to get
here another one I got this that was a lucky shot well not only for cleared out
the zombies from down here guys we need to convert this plane into a zombie
defense play I said we grab all of our gear grab some tape and start upgrading
this thing and making it awesome so check this out we just went ahead and
upgraded the entire plane to be a zombie defense plane and it’s looking pretty
sweet see I think these zombies are gonna be scared of this when they see
this we open up the hatch here welcome to the zombie defense play we’ve
got side mounted turrets such as this bad boy over here to rip through zombies
and the main thing about this guys that we wanted to make sure that we could
shoot out of any angle so for example the back of the plane has its own turret
over here we’ve got a mounted shotgun on the wall in case the zombie gets inside
we’ve got a very large-scale sniper rifle which we can shoot out at any
angle we need to and then over here on the side we’ve got the shooting port
which flaps down like this so we can take our blasters and shoot
any additional zombies that come at the plane we’ve also got an additional
turret here but that’s not all we got check out the
cockpit so if you guys haven’t seen our private jet before this is a fully
flyable box sport plane which means it’s got its very own cockpit to the cockpit
we go and check this out guys so this is the planes cockpit it’s got everything
we need to take off we got our monitors up here we also have the engine start
over here and most importantly the plane has a front turret so if you look at the
camera system here you can actually see outside of the plane at the front and if
we pull the button down it starts shooting now that we checked out the
cockpit you guys need to check out the doom buggy oh yeah
so we don’t exactly know where we’re gonna take the plane yet to survive the
zombie apocalypse but wherever we go we’re gonna need a mode of
transportation which is why we converted the back into a ramp that we can drive
our dune buggy into so this ramp falls down and then we’re able to drive our
dune buggy into the back of the plane and you take it wherever just like that we bring the dune buggy
on board then the ramp comes up we can load any supplies ammunition anything
like that into the plane and then take off easily all right gonna pull up the
hatch so you can take off Oh No Logan we got zombies get the door shut
we can’t take off the do zombies we’re gonna have to take them up first I take
the door shut all right take your defensive position guys we’re not gonna
be able to take the plane off until we get rid of these zombies we’re gonna
have to defend the plane first firing up the turret alright to care of that one
Logan we have some on the right side of the plank you got the flavor I think it’s got a kick on it gonna get
the machine gun fire there’s so many of them Jake we need to get this plane off
the ground put a we got one at the back door I got an idea hold on new zombie got him
okay let’s get this hatch closed Ryan hatches closed we have to take off okay
if we have a little bit of a window here let’s give her the cockpit right now
let’s start taking off okay get into your seat starting up the ship’s engine
okay okay four colors ready one two three are online man we need to get out
of here guys before the zombies start getting really bad we need to find a
place to lay low so we can figure out how to stop the zombie virus yep what we
need to check this turret first okay checking the system hope we go zombie
because I’ll be running from the aircraft all right firing up the front
turret this should be a little loud all right I think we’re good to go
company’s looking good in the back back to back hatches closed
all right well all we have is the supplies in this aircraft get ready for
takeoff takeoff position engines forward all right steady pace we have liftoff
things a little turbulent here fuel levels are good everything is good to go
all right good all right I’m gonna put all the engines to maximum power if we
need to get out of the city and fast we’re gonna take this plane as far away
from the city as we can and find out a place to lay low wherever we’re going
though guys if we do happen to run into trader Joe we’re gonna need as many
likes on this video as possible so you smash that like button and if you don’t
want to miss our zombie adventures hit the subscribe button we’re in for a bit
of a rough ride we’ll see you guys next time

We need to talk about male suicide | Steph Slack | TEDxFolkestone

We need to talk about male suicide | Steph Slack | TEDxFolkestone


Translator: Leonardo Silva
Reviewer: David DeRuwe Did you know that
by the end of this event, three men in the UK
will have died by suicide? I can still remember exactly where I was when my dad called me to tell me
that they’d found my uncle. He had taken his life, and it had taken three weeks
to find his body. Richard was 47. He was a doctor, super smart,
creative, autistic, he spoke new languages with ease,
he played and wrote music and he understood science and math
like no one else I knew. He was the kind of kid
you’d really hate at school, right? He saved people’s lives for a living, and yet, he decided to take his own. I’d like to take you back to 2010. I was at my new flat in Brighton,
having dinner with a friend, about to start my third year
of university, when my dad calls me to tell me
that they’d found my uncle. That feeling, that sinking feeling in your stomach
when your heart drops all the way down, and all you can think is, “What could I have done
to stop that from happening?” that feeling is not something
I wish anyone ever has to experience. Men are facing a crisis. How many men do you think
die by suicide each day in the UK? Have a guess. Raise your hand
if you think it’s under five. Raise your hands. Under five? Under 10? It’s 12. That’s one man every two hours. While we’re all enjoying our day, we’re going to lose 12 men
to suicide today. In my work, we talk a lot about the fact
that 76% of all suicides are male and that this silent killer is claiming
the lives of more men under 45 than anything else. And I can’t help but find myself
asking, “Why is that?” Doesn’t that trouble you? Because it troubles me. These are our brothers, fathers,
uncles, partners, sons – these are our friends, and they decide to die. I think there are some hard questions
we need to ask about male suicide. I don’t believe there’s anything wrong
with men having suicidal thoughts, but is there something wrong with how
we react to suicide being thought about? Let me explain. We’ll all die at one point
or another, right? Our bodies will fail us,
and we’ll die of disease or old age. Or we’ll have our lives taken from us,
maybe in a tragic accident. So, isn’t it perfectly normal to consider being in control
of our own death? Yes, suicide is intentional, but does that automatically make it wrong? I believe suicide is preventable, and I believe we should do
everything in our power to prevent it, but I also believe
there’s nothing inherently wrong in thinking about our own death. I’ve considered what it’s like to die. I’d like to ask you all
to close your eyes just for a minute. I promise nothing scary will happen
if you close your eyes. Now raise your hands
if you’ve ever had a really bad day that’s left you feeling
maybe stressed or upset. Okay. Keep your eyes closed
and keep your hands raised if that bad day or bad week or bad month has ever led you
to think about harming yourself or taking your own life. Thank you; put your hands down
and then open your eyes. That was about half of this room. I invite you to consider
what might be different if we didn’t see having
suicidal thoughts as wrong, and what that might mean for the men
in our lives thinking of suicide. Let’s go back to my uncle Richard. For most of his life, he experienced
what was most likely bipolar, and he’d had suicidal thoughts
on more than one occasion. In fact, six years before his death,
he attempted to take his life. The sad fact was
that Richard lived in a time where suicide wasn’t considered
something that you spoke about. It was swept under the carpet
and a cause of shame amongst families. There was something wrong with it. I mean, it was only in 1961
that we stopped making suicide a crime. Richard’s parents were medics –
an anesthetist and a nurse – and they didn’t understand suicide either. They didn’t think that it was real, and I think they were probably in denial
about what was happening with Richard. What happened to my uncle
isn’t my grandparents’ fault. Suicide is complex and rarely
attributed to any one factor. But, when I reflect
on Richard’s experience and on how we still struggle
to speak about suicide today, nothing’s really changed. We still struggle to talk about it. We label it as abnormal or unusual, and we make men wrong
for having suicidal thoughts. We say that they’re unwell,
or that they need to get better. And because we think of it this way, it stops us from being able
to talk about it, and we stay silent instead. And suicide remains
shrouded in this stigma. That stigma is only perpetuated by irresponsible
and sensationalized journalism that happens in the cases
of celebrity suicide. Just look at some of the reporting
around Anthony Bourdain’s recent death. When I was thinking about
how best to explain this point, it made me think about
sex and sex education. Stick with me, okay? (Chuckles) It’s really uncomfortable for us
to talk to kids about sex. It’s so tempting to think if we don’t talk about it,
it won’t happen, our kids won’t have sex. But we know that teenage pregnancy
and STIs are the risks if we don’t have that conversation, and we take those risks seriously. We introduced sex education into schools, and it’s now compulsory across the UK. And, I mean, it’s far from perfect, but what it has been shown to do is to improve positive attitudes
towards safe sex, to delay sex and to reduce teenage pregnancy
when used alongside other methods. With suicide, we know it’s a myth that talking about it will plant
that idea in someone’s head. And if suicide is claiming the lives
of more men under 45 than anything else, isn’t it time we just start accepting that suicidal thoughts
are something that happen, and instead start talking openly
and responsibly about it? I don’t think there’s anything wrong
with men having suicidal thoughts. But perhaps there is something wrong
with our expectations of men in society that lead them to have those thoughts. Let’s think about that. What does it mean to be masculine? What does it mean to be a man? Society tells us men should
be strong, dependable, and able to provide for their family. There’s very little research
into the reasons why men suicide, but the recent research that does exist speaks about how men’s high suicide rates
are linked to risk factors such as history
of being abused as a child, single status or relationship breakdown, and financial difficulty or unemployment. So that means that if you’re a man
and you’ve had a troubled childhood, you’re still searching for the one
or you’re worried about money, you’re at risk of suicide! How many of us know men in that situation? I mean, I’ve definitely
just described Richard, and I’ve probably described
half of millennial men in the UK. Unsurprisingly, these risk factors are linked to those
traditional notions of masculinity, of being strong, dependable,
and able to provide for your family. It seems as though when men feel
they can’t meet those expectations, they make themselves wrong for that. The research backs this up too. Just last year, there was a paper
confirming that there is a link between men feeling unable to fulfill the stereotypical
characteristics of masculinity and suicidal thoughts. Now, I imagine a lot of us in this room
don’t agree with those stereotypes, but some of us probably do,
or at least know someone who does. How many of us have been guilty of saying
“Man up!” at some point in our lives? I know I have. The conversation is starting to change. There are great campaigns
like BBC Three’s Real Men Do Cry and CALM’s L’eau de Chris, that are trying to shift those perceptions
of men and masculinity and encourage them
to be more open and vulnerable. But is it just men who are perpetuating
these outdated stereotypes of what it means to be a man and making themselves wrong for that? I don’t think so. I’d like us to consider
what our role is as women. Just last month, I was chatting
to a female friend of mine who described the guy she was dating
as “a sponge” and “too sensitive” because he opened up to her about some of the anxieties
he was facing in the relationship and how that was
making him feel vulnerable. I cannot begin to describe
the look I see on some women’s faces when I speak about how men I know
have broken down in tears in front of me. It’s somewhere between
discomfort and disdain. Men are already making themselves wrong for not living up
to these masculine ideals of being strong, dependable,
and able to provide for their families. They’re already
shaming themselves for that. But we’re compounding the problem
by making them wrong and shaming them for demonstrating
those open and vulnerable behaviors that we say we want them to show us. And we’re making them wrong for breaking out
of these rigid stereotypes and for just being fully human. To the women in the room, I’m not saying that male suicide
is our responsibility. I absolutely acknowledge that men have a huge role to play
in breaking down these stereotypes. But as a woman, I can only speak
to my experience and how I do see our role. What I’m inviting all of us to do,
regardless of our gender, is to reconsider the expectations
that we have of men in society and reconsider how we view men who have the courage
to show us their vulnerability. I’m inviting us to ask the men
in our lives how they’re really doing and if they’re struggling with anything
they haven’t told us about. And can we think about
how we respond to that? How we might choose
to empathize with their pain? Can we hold space for men
and listen to them, without trying to fix things, tell them that we love them and that it’s okay for them
to feel however they’re feeling? I’d like to tell you
about another guy I know. He’s a really good friend of mine;
I used to work with him, actually. His name’s Billy – he’s super smart, he’s genuine, authentic, kind, generous – he’s just the kind of guy
you really want to spend time with. So, imagine how I felt when Billy called me at 11:30 a.m.
on a Friday morning, three years ago, to tell that he’d spent
the night in hospital because the night before,
he’d tried to take his own life. He was 24. You’re probably thinking I felt shocked, panicked, uncomfortable. Actually, I felt honored. I felt honored that Billy felt
that he could talk to me about his suicide attempt
and how he’d been feeling. I thought back to my uncle, and I knew that I had a chance
to respond differently to Billy. I met him with compassion
and understanding, and a safe space to talk about
how he was feeling, without judgment. I didn’t make him wrong
for feeling the way that he felt or for attempting to take his life. I didn’t try to label him as suicidal
or as someone who needed to get better. I simply gave him a space
to talk about whatever he needed to. I saw what he told me
as incredibly courageous, and not something
he should ever be ashamed of. I can’t help but wonder
if this can make a difference. When I reflect on how my response
to Billy was entirely different to the response my uncle used to receive
when he spoke about suicide, I can’t help but wonder what would happen if we had different expectations
of men in society, if we had a different reaction to men who have the courage
to show us their vulnerability, and a different reaction to men
who have suicidal thoughts. Would men feel differently about suicide? I don’t have the answers, but I am inviting you
to consider the questions. Because I don’t believe there is anything
wrong with men having suicidal thoughts, but perhaps there is something wrong
with how we react to that and our expectations of men in society. So, what would happen if we all
have the courage to go home tonight and have conversations
with the men in our lives about how they’re feeling
and what they’re thinking, including their suicidal thoughts? Yeah, it’s going to be uncomfortable, I get that, but we do it with sex! Every parent dreads having
that conversation with their kids about how babies are made. But we know it’s important
to keep our kids safe, so we do it anyway,
no matter how uncomfortable we feel. I wish I could have had
a conversation with my uncle like the one I had with Billy. I wish I could have told him, “There is nothing wrong with you. There is nothing wrong with how
you’re feeling or what you’re thinking. It’s okay. I’m here to listen to whatever
you need to say or talk about because your feelings are important. You’re important, and you don’t have to do this alone.” Thank you. (Applause) (Cheers)

Miss Spider’s – Country Bug-Kin / A Star Fell On Sunny Patch – Ep. 4

Miss Spider’s – Country Bug-Kin / A Star Fell On Sunny Patch – Ep. 4


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ SQUIRT:
WOO-HOO! BUGS AWAY! DRAGON:
(CHUCKLES) BEING A KITE SURE HAS
ITS UPS AND DOWNS! SHIMMER:
AND YOU THOUGHT
IT WAS GONNA BE A BREEZE! (CHUCKLES) BOUNCE:
(GIGGLES)HEY, WHY’S EVERYBODY SPINNING
AROUND?
MISS SPIDER:
COME ON IN,
YOU BLUSTERY BUGGIES!
TIME FOR DINNER! SQUIRT:
AW, MOM! JUST A LITTLE LONGER,
PLEASE? MISS SPIDER:
WELL, JUST ONE MORE MINUTE. BOUNCE:
UH-OH!SOMETHING’S COMING!BUG OUT! BOTH:
WHOA! OOF! DRAGON:
HEY! HOLLEY:
WHERE IN THE WINDY WORLD
ARE THOSE LITTLE BUGS OF OURS? DRAGON:
WHOA! WHOA! OOOF! UM… WHAT’S FOR DINNER? (EXASPERATED SIGHS) WIGGLE:
WHAT DO YOU THINK IT IS? I DON’T KNOW,
BUT IT’S PRETTY. WOW! THIS IS DEFINITELY
ONE WEIRD LOOKING LEAF. WHOA! BOUNCE:
IT’S ALIVE! IT’S ALIVE! (CHUCKLES) WHAT? YOUR MOM NEVER TOLD YOU
IT’S NOT POLITE TO STARE? SQUIRT:
SORRY. I’VE NEVER SEEN A BUG
THAT LOOKS LIKE YOU BEFORE. IT’S COOL. I’VE NEVER SEEN COCKROACHES
WHO LOOK LIKE YOU GUYS EITHER. SHIMMER:
WE’RE NOT COCKROACHES. I’M A JEWEL BEETLE. MY NAME IS SHIMMER. WIGGLE:
I’M WIGGLE. SQUIRT:
AND I’M SQUIRT. WE’RE SPIDERS. COOL. THEY CALL ME SWEETIE. (GROAN) I’M STARVED. WHERE’S THE NEAREST
TRASH CAN? SQUIRT:
TRASH CAN? SWEETIE:
NO TRASH CANS? NO COCKROACHES? GEE, THIS IS NOTHING
LIKE THE CITY. SQUIRT:
WOW! YOU CAME ALL THE WAY
FROM THE CITY? HOW’D YOU GET HERE? SWEETIE:
BEATS ME. ONE MINUTE I’M CRAWLING
INTO THIS CANDY WRAPPER FOR A LITTLE CHOCOLATE. NEXT THING I KNOW
THE WIND BLOWS ME AWAY. WIGGLE:
WHAT’S CHOCOLATE? BOUNCE:
CHOCOLATE! YUM! SQUIRT:
…AND SHE LIVES IN THE CITY, AND SHE GETS HER FOOD
FROM A GARBAGE CAN! CHOCOLATE
AND PIZZA CRUSTS AND HAMBURGER SCRAPS
AND… WHAT DO YOU CALL
THAT STUFF? KETCHUP. WHAT’S KETCHUP? IT’S SWEET AND RED
AND COMES FROM A TOMATO. BOUNCE:
YUM! SQUIRT:
WHEN CAN WE EAT GARBAGE, MOM?! MISS SPIDER:
MAYBE SOME OTHER TIME,
SQUIRT. HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR BERRIES,
SWEETIE? SWEETIE:
NOT BAD. SORT OF TASTES LIKE
A JELLY DOUGHNUT. I CAN’T WAIT
TO TELL MY MOM… (SIGH) WHAT’S THE MATTER, SWEETIE? I’M STARTING TO MISS
MY FAMILY. MISS SPIDER:
OH, HONEY. HOLLEY:
DON’T WORRY. WE’LL FIND A WAY
TO GET YOU BACK HOME. MISS SPIDER:
FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. BUT RIGHT NOW,
IT’S BEDTIME FOR LITTLE BUGS. MISS SPIDER READING:
“AND THE THREE LITTLE EARWIGS
LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER.” SWEETIE:
CUTE STORY. THANKS, SQUIRT’S MOM.SQUIRT:
GOODNIGHT, MOM.
(WHISPERS) NIGHTY-NIGHT.
SWEET DREAMS. (BOUNCE SNORES)
CHOCOLATE… YUM. SWEETIE:
(GROAN) SQUIRT:
WHAT’S THE MATTER? SWEETIE:
BACK IN THE CITY,
I’D JUST BE WAKING UP NOW. REALLY? YEAH. SEE, COCKROACHES
ARE NOCTURNAL BUGS. SLEEP ALL DAY,
PLAY ALL NIGHT. SQUIRT:
WOW! LIVING IN THE CITY SOUNDS
LIKE ONE BIG OL’ BUG PARTY! SWEETIE:
(GIGGLE) I GUESS. WHATEVER. (OWL HOOTS
AND CRICKETS CHIRP) SQUIRT:
YOU KNOW, OUT HERE
IN THE COUNTRY WE HAVE CRITTERS
WHO STAY UP AT NIGHT, TOO. YOU DO? IN FACT, SUNNY PATCH AFTER DARK
IS A PRETTY SWINGING PLACE! C’MON, I’LL SHOW YOU AROUND. YOUR MOM AND DAD
LET YOU GO OUT AT NIGHT? SURE. WHATEVER. SWEETIE:
THEN LET’S SHAKE IT,
SQUIRT-STER! SQUIRT:
COME ON. WAIT ‘TIL YOU SEE
THIS NEW MORNING GLORY! SWEETIE:
SO WHERE’S THE FLOWER? UM, GUESS THAT’S WHY THEY’RE
CALLED MORNING GLORIES. BUT WE’VE GOT
LOTS OF OTHER STUFF THAT’LL MAKE YOUR EYES
BUG OUT! OOH! ANY CHOCOLATE? WELL… NO. BUT WE’VE GOT HONEY,
FRESH FROM THE HIVE!SWEETIE:
I THOUGHT HONEY ONLY CAME
FROM THOSE PLASTIC BEAR
SQUEEZE BOTTLES. SQUIRT:
HUH? BEETRICE:
(BUZZ SNORES) SWEETIE:
IS THIS A HONEY-MAKING MACHINE? SQUIRT:
KIND OF. BEETRICE:
SQUIRT? IS SOMETHING WRONG? NO, MA’AM. I WAS JUST WONDERING
IF MY FRIEND AND I CAN HAVE SOME FRESH HONEY?
PLEASE? WHAT?!
LOOK AT THE MOON! IT’S HALF PAST TREETOP! LITTLE BUGS LIKE YOU
SHOULD BE ASLEEP! SQUIRT:
SORRY TO BUG YOU.
‘NIGHT. SWEETIE:
OOH! I THINK WE WOKE HER UP. SQUIRT:
MISS BEE’S JUST BEEN
A LITTLE TESTY EVER SINCE THAT BEAR STUCK
ITS NOSE IN HER FRONT DOOR. (YAWN) SWEETIE:
AM I KEEPING YOU UP,
SQUIRT? SQUIRT:
NO, I STAY UP LATE
ALL THE TIME. I THINK I’M MORE
OF A DARK TIME BUG LIKE YOU. I KNOW! I’LL TAKE YOU TO WHERE
THE REAL NIGHT LIFE IS! THIS IS WHERE IT ALL HAPPENS
IN SUNNY PATCH, THE VILLAGE SQUARE! WHERE ALL
WHAT HAPPENS? WONDER WHERE
EVERY-BUGGY IS? LAST TIME I WAS HERE
AT NIGHT THEY HAD
A FIREFLY BALLET. HMM…LOOKS LIKE EVERYBODY’S ASLEEP.SQUIRT:
I GUESS, BUT WAIT TILL WE GET
TO THE CRICKET CAVE! THERE’S ALWAYS MUSIC
AND FOOD AND DANCING THERE. COOL. KATIE:
SORRY, DARLING. BOYS JUST PLAYED
THEIR LAST SET.SHOULDN’T YOU BE SNUG AS A BUG
IN YOUR BED?
UM… WE’RE HEADING HOME NOW.
GOODNIGHT. SWEETIEEEEE:
BOY, SUNNY PATCH SURE IS
DIFFERENT FROM THE CITY. SQUIRT:
(SIGHS) YEAH. PRETTY DULL, HUH? HEY, I KNOW! I’LL SHOW YOU
HOW TO WEB-SURF! YOU’RE GONNA LOVE IT! ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT ‘CUZ NOBODY ELSE
IS USING THE WIND! SQUIRT:
WOO-HOO! THIS IS MORE LIKE IT! BUGS AWAY! UM, SQUIRT?
HOW DO YOU LAND THIS THING? SQUIRT:
I’LL TEACH YOU. SWEETIE:
BETTER MAKE IT QUICK! WHOA! OOF! YO, SQUIRT! (GIGGLES) SPIDERUS:
(SINISTER GROAN) SQUIRT:
OOPS! SPIDERUS:
YOUNG BUGS GALLIVANTING AROUND
IN THE WEE HOURS! I EXPECT THIS SORT OF BOORISH
BEHAVIOUR FROM BULLFROGS, BUT- WE’RE SORRY THE CHILDREN
DISTURBED YOUR SLEEP, SPIDERUS. MISS SPIDER:
AND I THINK SQUIRT
HAS SOMETHING TO SAY TO YOU. I APOLOGIZE,
SPIDERUS. SPIDERUS:
YES, I SHOULD JOLLY WELL
THINK SO. (MUMBLING)
DISGRACEFUL BEHAVIOUR.NO RESPECT FOR PEOPLE
THESE DAYS.
MISS SPIDER:
SQUIRT, WHAT GOT INTO YOU? WELL, SWEETIE’S
A NOCTURNAL BUG, AND MAYBE I’M
A NOCTURNAL BUG, TOO. HONEY, YOU KNOW THE RULES. ALWAYS ASK PERMISSION
BEFORE YOU GO OUT. WE WANT TO KNOW
THAT YOU’RE SAFE. YES, MOM. I’M AFRAID THERE’S NO MORE
WEB SURFING FOR YOU THIS WEEK. (HEAVY SIGH) MISS SPIDER:
HOW ARE WE GOING TO FIGURE OUT
WHERE THIS CAME FROM, HOLLEY? HOLLEY:
I DON’T KNOW. BUT WE’VE GOT TO FIND A WAY
TO GET SWEETIE BACK HOME. NED AND TED:
CHOCOLATE ALERT!
CHOCOLATE ALERT! SORRY, I DON’T THINK
THERE’S ANY LEFT, NED. TED:
I’M TED, HE’S NED. MISS SPIDER:
HEY, YOU ANTS HAVE A GREAT
SENSE OF SMELL, DON’T YOU? NED:
RIGHT YOU ARE, LUV. THAT’S WHAT THESE LITTLE
WIGGLERS ARE FOR. MISS SPIDER:
SO, DO YOU THINK YOU BOYS COULD TRACK DOWN WHERE THIS
CANDY WRAPPER CAME FROM? TED:
PIECE OF CAKE. NED:
CAKE? THOUGHT IT WAS CHOCOLATE,
MATE. TED:
NAH! I MEANT IT’S BEEN NEXT
TO A PIECE OF CAKE AND A BANANA.
CAPEESH? (UNDERSTAND) ANYWAY… WE HAVE A LITTLE LOST COCKROACH WHO NEEDS TO GET HOME
TO HER TRASH CAN. TRASH CAN?! WE ARE SO THERE! (SIGH) BOUNCE:
ARE YOU SAD, SQUIRT? SHIMMER:
ANYTHING WE CAN DO
TO CHEER YOU UP? SQUIRT:
NOT UNLESS YOU CAN MOVE
THE COZY HOLE TO THE CITY. WHY? CITY BUGS GET TO STAY UP
ALL NIGHT AND THERE’S THINGS TO DO AND COOL FOOD TO EAT AND FUN AND EXCITEMENT! BOUNCE:
YEAH! COOL FOOD!SWEETIE:
YO, SQUIRT!
WHERE ARE YOU?(GIGGLES) SQUIRT:
HEY! WHAT’S THAT FOR? YOUR MOM PACKED ME SOME SNACKS
TO TAKE ON MY TRIP. I’M HEADIN’ BACK TO THE CITY! SQUIRT:
(SIGH) I WISH I LIVED
IN THE CITY. I WISH I LIVED OUT HERE. YOU LIKE SUNNY PATCH? SWEETIE:
WHAT’S NOT TO LIKE? YOU’VE GOT FRESH BERRIES
AND SEEDS AND HONEY! OH, AND THOSE TWINKLY THINGS
WAY UP IN THE SKY AT NIGHT. YOU KNOW, THE THINGS THAT LOOK
LIKE SUGAR SPRINKLES? THEY’RE JUST STARS
IN THE UNIVERSE AND STUFF. SWEETIE:
WHATEVER THEY ARE, WE CAN HARDLY SEE THEM
IN THE CITY. TOO MUCH LIGHT. YOU ARE ONE LUCKY BUG,
SQUIRT. SO THAT’S WHAT A MORNING GLORY
LOOKS LIKE? EXCELLENT! MISS SPIDER:
HAVE A GOOD TRIP, SWEETIE! HOLLEY:
COME VISIT US NEXT TIME
YOU BLOW INTO SUNNY PATCH! SWEETIE:
YOU CAN COUNT ON THAT,
COUNTRY COUSINS!SQUIRT:
WAIT, SWEETIE!
HERE’S A LITTLE SOMETHING TO
HELP YOU REMEMBER SUNNY PATCH. COOL!
WHAT IS IT? A BABY
MORNING GLORY. (GASP)
IT’S BEAUTIFUL. I’LL NEVER FORGET
SUNNY PATCH. OR YOU, SQUIRT.
(SMOOCH) SEE YOU,
SQUIRT-STER. (GIGGLES) BYE, SWEETIE. TED:
TRASH CANS, HERE WE COME! SWEETIE:
WHATEVER. NED: (CORRECTING)
CHOCOLATE, HERE WE COME! TED: (CHUCKLES)
YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL, NED. NED:
MMM… A MOUTHFUL.
I CAN TASTE IT MELTING ALREADY!UNCLE GUS:
NOW RIGHT OVERHEAD,
THAT’S THE BUG DIPPER.
KIDS:
(OOH’S AND AH’S) UNCLE GUS:
THEN OVER TO YOUR LEFT,
EARWIG MINOR. KIDS:
(OOH’S AND AH’S) UNCLE GUS:
AND THERE,
THAT’S YOUR BIG BUTTERFLY! SQUIRT:
I DON’T SEE A BUTTERFLY,
UNCLE GUS. WELL, IT’S NOT A REAL
BUTTERFLY. IT’S A CONSTELLATION. A CONSTA WHAT? A CONSTELLATION
IS A GROUP OF STARS.WE MAKE PICTURES OUT OF THEMSO WE CAN REMEMBER
WHERE THEY ARE. HOLLEY:
SORT OF LIKE UH…
CONNECTING THE DOTS. MISS SPIDER:
I THINK I KNOW HOW TO HELP YOU
SEE THE BIG BUTTERFLY, SQUIRT. DRAGON:
WHAT’S MOM DOING? SQUIRT:
I DON’T KNOW. KIDS:
AAHHHH! SQUIRT:
NOW I SEE A BUTTERFLY! BUT WHAT’S THAT SUPER SHINY ONE
OVER THERE? UNCLE GUS:
(GASP) LOOKS LIKE YOU’VE FOUND
A WISHING STAR, SQUIRT. REALLY? UNCLE GUS:
SOME BUGS THINK
THERE ARE SPECIAL STARS THAT’LL MAKE YOUR WISHES
COME TRUE. SQUIRT:
SPIDER-IFIC! I WISH FOR A NEW HOLLY BALL,
SOME MARBLES, A BUG-OPOLY GAME,
LOTS OF LICE CREAM- BOUNCE:
LICE CREAM! LICE CREAM!
LICE CREAM! SQUIRT:
AND AN ACORN DRUM SET, A BUNCH OF HONEYSUCKLE
JUICE BARS, A MUSHROOM BOUNCE
AND… OH, YEAH! WHILE YOU’RE AT IT,
WISHING STAR, A DAISY FOR MY MOM! (CHUCKLES)
THANK YOU, HONEY. I THINK YOU’RE THE WISHING-EST
LITTLE SPIDER IN SUNNY PATCH! SHIMMER:
HEY EVERYBODY, LOOK! EVERYBODY:
OOOOHHH! DRAGON:
WHAT WAS THAT?! HOLLEY:
THAT’S WHAT WE CALL
A FALLING STAR. MISS SPIDER:
SOME STARS SHOOT ACROSS
THE SKY LIKE THEY’RE FLYING. SORT OF LIKE BUGS! SHIMMER:
WONDER WHAT WOULD MAKE
A STAR FALL? UNCLE GUS:
MAYBE SQUIRT WISHED ON IT
SO DARN MUCH, IT FELL RIGHT OUT OF THE SKY! ALL:
(LAUGH) GOSH, I WAS GONNA WISH
FOR A SLED, TOO! SHIMMER HAS THE BALL. SHE FAKES LEFT,
GOES RIGHT AND SHOOTS!IT BOUNCES OFF BOUNCE!TIME’S RUNNING OUT. IT’S ALL UP TO THAT SPIDER
SUPERSTAR, SQUIRT… DRAGON:
JUST KICK THE BALL, WILL YOU? UH-OH! OOPS! NO PROBLEM.
I’LL GET IT! HEY! THERE’S SOMETHING SHINY
DOWN THERE! BOUNCE:
OH, SPARKLY! DRAGON:
SHOULD WE TOUCH IT? SHIMMER:
BETTER NOT. WE DON’T KNOW WHAT IT IS! SQUIRT:
WELL, IT’S GOTTA BE SOMETHING. IT’S TWINKLY, AND IT HAS LOTS
OF POINTY EDGES. (GASP) IT’S A STAR! DRAGON:
MAYBE UNCLE GUS WASN’T JOKING
ABOUT THE FALLING STAR. SHIMMER:
UH-OH! WHAT IF YOU REALLY DID WISH
THE WISHING STAR OUT OF THE SKY? SQUIRT:
WELL, I DIDN’T MEAN TO. GOSH. (STRAINING GRUNTS AND GROANS) DON’T WORRY, WISHING STAR. WE’LL GET YOU BACK UP
IN THE SKY WHERE YOU BELONG. SHIMMER:
I SURE HOPE THIS WORKS. DRAGON:
YEAH. OTHERWISE THERE’LL BE
A BIG HOLE IN THE SKY TONIGHT. IT’S GOTTA WORK! ON THREE!
ONE… TWO… THREE! BOUNCE:
ADIOS, SPARKLY! SQUIRT:
UH-OH! ALL:
AHHHH! (STRAINING GRUNTS AND GROANS) SQUIRT:
JUST A LITTLE FARTHER… NOW! ALL:
AHHHHH! (SIGHS AND GROANS) (STRAINING GRUNTS) SHIMMER:
DRAGON, THE SKY IS AWFULLY
HIGH. ARE YOU SURE YOU DON’T NEED ME TO HELP YOU CARRY
THE STAR UP THERE? DRAGON:
NO THANKS. DRAGONFLIES ARE THE BEST FLYERS
IN THE WHOLE BUGGY WORLD! SQUIRT:
YOU CAN DO IT, DRAGON. I KNOW YOU CAN! DRAGON:
ROGER. OVER AND OUT! BOUNCE:
LIFT OFF! LIFT OFF! LIFT OFF! (STRAINING) H-HOW’S THIS LOOK? SQUIRT:
UM, MAYBE A LITTLE HIGHER? DRAGON:
ROGER…BOUNCE:
HIGHER!
A LITTLE MORE TO THE LEFT!BOUNCE:
HIGHER! HIGHER!
DRAGON:
MAYFLY DAY! MAYFLY DAY!LOOK OUT BELOW!ALL:
RUN! SHIMMER:
PHEW! THAT WAS CLOSE! BOUNCE:
WHERE’S DRAGON? (PAINED GROAN)BOUNCE:
DRAGON, YOU OKAY?
DRAGON:
UM… I MEANT TO DO THAT. SQUIRT:
RIGHT THERE, GUYS!
PERFECT SPOT! DRAGON:
IT BETTER BE. PUTTING A STAR BACK UP
IN THE SKY IS A LOT HARDER
THAN YOU THINK. SQUIRT:
I’M SORRY, EVERYBODY. BUT ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS TIE THIS WEB SILK
TO THE STAR AND HOIST IT UP TO THE SKY. NOTHIN’ TO IT! BOUNCE:
HOIST? WHAT’S HOIST? BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! I LOVE TO HOIST! DRAGON:
YOU SURE IT’LL HOLD? SQUIRT:
SUPER SURE. ‘CUZ SPIDER SILK
IS SUPER STRONG! BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! ALL:
(STRAINING) DRAGON:
THINK IT’S (GROAN) THERE YET?SQUIRT:
JUST A COUPLE MORE TUGS, GUYS.
BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! HOIST- HOI-HOI-HOI…CHOOOOO! ALL:
WHOA! HI, SPARKLY. I THINK HE LIKES IT DOWN HERE,
SQUIRT! SURE SEEMS THAT WAY. DRAGON, SHIMMER:
(GROANS) SQUIRT:
SORRY GUYS. MISS SPIDER:
WHAT’S THE BIG BUG-A-BOO
OUT HERE, KIDS? SQUIRT:
UH, SHIMMER AND DRAGON WERE
SORTA GIVING ME FLYING LESSONS. (GIGGLE) WELL, MAYBE TONIGHT
YOU SHOULD ASK A WISHING STAR FOR A LITTLE HELP, SWEETIE. DRAGON:
DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT MAKING
ANY MORE WISHES, SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
YEAH. YOU ALREADY WISHED
ONE POOR STAR OUT OF THE SKY. DRAGON:
AND NOW THERE’S NOTHING
WE CAN DO TO PUT IT BACK AGAIN! BOUNCE:
YEAH, SQUIRT! NOTHING! SHIMMER:
THIS IS USELESS, SQUIRT. DRAGON:
YEAH. BOUNCE:
ADIOS. SQUIRT:
I SAID I WAS SORRY. (SIGH)DRAGON:
I DON’T GET IT.
LOOKS LIKE THE BUG DIPPER’S
ALL THERE. SHIMMER:
AND THE BIG BUTTERFLY’S
NOT MISSING A TWINKLE EITHER. BOUNCE:
YEP! WELL, THERE’S GOT TO BE A HOLE
IN THE SKY SOMEWHERE. THERE? NO. MAYBE THERE? NO. OVER THERE? UNCLE GUS:
WHAT’RE YOU LITTLE STARGAZERS
LOOKING FOR TONIGHT? BOUNCE:
SQUIRT MADE A STAR
FALL OUT OF THE SKY. WE’RE LOOKING FOR THE HOLE! SHIMMER:
BOUNCE, SHHHH! BOUNCE, HONEY, NOBODY CAN MAKE
A STAR FALL OUT OF THE SKY. BOUNCE:
SQUIRT DID. HE MADE TOO MANY WISHES! DRAGON:
IT’S TRUE. WE SAW IT AND EVERYTHING! MISS SPIDER:
KIDS, YOUR UNCLE GUS WAS JUST
PULLIN’ YOUR BUGGY LEGS. UNCLE GUS:
YUP. I WAS JUST TEASIN’. TRUTH IS, THERE IS NO LIMIT
TO HOW MANY WISHES A BUG CAN MAKE ON A STAR. SHIMMER:
GOLLY, THEN I WONDER
WHAT THAT SHINY THING IS? WISHING STAR, I KNOW YOU PROBABLY DON’T HAVE
ANY MORE WISHES IN YOU. BUT IF YOU DO, I SURE WISH MY BROTHERS
AND SISTERS WOULD BE MY FRIENDS AGAIN. (SIGH) (SOUND OF GUITAR) HI, SON. ♪ QUITE A STARRY SHOW TONIGHT ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ EXCEPT FOR ONE LITTLE
TWINKLY LIGHT. ♪ HOLLEY:
♪ HOW COULD YOU TELL
WHEN THE MOON’S SO BRIGHT? ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ I JUST KNOW. ♪ ♪ ONE LITTLE STAR’S GOT A LONG,
LONG WAY TO GO. ♪ ♪ HOW DO YOU PUT
A STAR BACK IN THE SKY? ♪ ♪ IS THERE A WAY
THAT A SPIDER CAN FLY? ♪ ♪ AND WHY DO GRAY CLOUDS
SOMETIMES CRY? ♪ HOLLEY:
♪ SOME THINGS YOU NEVER
WILL KNOW HOW OR WHY; ♪ ♪ SOME BUGS WILL SING, ♪ ♪ SOME BUGS ARE SHY. ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ GUESS I’LL JUST KEEP WISHIN’
WHILE I TRY ♪ ♪ TO PUT THAT LITTLE STAR
BACK IN THE SKY. ♪ (HEAVY SIGH) ‘NIGHT. ‘NIGHT, SQUIRT. HMM… WELL, TWINKLE,
TWINKLE LITTLE STAR! YOU JUST GAVE ME AN IDEA THAT’LL CHEER UP
MY LITTLE SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN, SQUIRT? DRAGON:
YEAH. WE WERE REALLY WORRIED
ABOUT YOU WHEN YOU DIDN’T SHOW UP
FOR STAR-GAZING. SQUIRT:
I WAS MAKING A WISH. BUT I PROMISE
IT’S MY LAST ONE. ‘CUZ I DON’T EVER WANT
TO MAKE ANOTHER STAR FALL OUT OF THE SKY AGAIN. BUT YOU DIDN’T!
YOU DIDN’T, SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
MOM AND DAD EXPLAINED THAT YOU CAN’T WISH STARS
OUT OF THE SKY. DRAGON:
YEAH, UNCLE GUS
WAS JUST MAKING A SILLY JOKE. BOUNCE:
A SILLY JOKE!
A SILLY JOKE! SHIMMER:
WE’RE SORRY IF WE HURT
YOUR FEELINGS, SQUIRT. SQUIRT:
SO WE’RE FRIENDS AGAIN? SHIMMER:
OF COURSE! DRAGON:
WE ALWAYS WERE! SQUIRT:
HEY! THAT MEANS MY LAST WISH
DID COME TRUE! UNCLE GUS:
C’MON, KIDS! STARS ARE PUTTING
ON A REAL SHOW TONIGHT! SHIMMER:
WOW! SQUIRT:
IT’S SPIDER-IFIC! DRAGON:
YOU PUT THE WISHING STAR
BACK UP IN THE SKY!THANKS MOM.MISS SPIDER:
WELL, IT’S NOT REALLY A STAR,
KIDS. IT’S JUST SOMETHING
THAT LOOKS LIKE ONE. HOLLEY:
BUT IT’S FUN TO PRETEND
IT’S A REAL STAR. MISS SPIDER:
YOUR OWN SPECIAL WISHING STAR,
SQUIRT! I DON’T THINK SO, MOM. MISS SPIDER:
YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE
ANY MORE WISHES? SQUIRT:
IT’S NOT THAT. I WANT IT TO BE OUR SPECIAL
WISHING STAR! ALL:
THANKS SQUIRT! YEAH, THANKS.

William “Dad, are these bugs??” [The Return of Superman/2019.02.10]

William “Dad, are these bugs??” [The Return of Superman/2019.02.10]


Let’s go. (William and Bentley are outside.) I will go first. William, you are going too fast. I will swim. I’m going to the water. Okay, you are going to the water. Warm water. What? Warm water? Isn’t it cold water? – It’s this way. / – Isn’t it cold water? It’s warm water. Is this a swimming pool? In Australia, there is no public bath. I first experienced it in Korea and thought, “This is really new.” Since it’s the New Year, I will enjoy a bath with my children. – Hello. / – Hello. Hello. One adult and two children. Okay. Bentley, let’s go. William! William! Don’t go in there. That’s the women’s bath. – That’s the women’s bath! / – Come here. Hurry. – I want to go to the women’s bath. / – No, you can’t. You haven’t gone to the men’s bath, right? Let’s go. Let’s go up. Go, go, go. Thank goodness. It’s the men’s bath. Let’s take off our shoes first. I will take off my clothes and shoes. Your clothes can wait. Take off your shoes first. I will take off my pants. Take off your shoes first. What’s your hurry? All right. I will help you take off your shoes. Give me your shoes. Let’s go inside. Hello. Hello. (He enters the men’s bath.) Baby should take off his clothes. He helps Bentley take off his clothes. I helped Bentley take off his clothes. Good job. Put your hands up. Put your hands up. Dad, here. (Bentley is stuck.) Hold on. Hold on. His head is stuck. (Someone save me.) You are done. (Taking off) – He smiles right away. / – Here. – Here. / – What did you bring? Spider-Man. Why did you bring the Spider-Man costume? It’s Ninja Turtle. You apply this after swimming. This is for swimming. I brought this as well. I brought everything. Why did you bring so many things? I brought everything. This is… This is… (Heave-ho!) They will swim together. Will they swim together? Yes. I will use these. Wear them backward. (Bentley begins to walk backward.) This one? (What is Bentley doing?) Why is he walking backward? (He falls down.) Sit down. (He falls down again.) – What is he doing? / – What are you doing? (He unexpectedly shows slapstick comedy.) Let me see. – I will swim. / – I need to buy something. Help the baby take off his pants. (Sam goes to buy a scrub towel.) (Taking off) I’m cool, right? (The cool boy takes care of the baby.) (Opening) Goodbye, baby. – What will he do? / – Oh, no. Peek-a-boo! Baby, isn’t it fun? – Bentley will do it too. / – He copies his brother. (This is cozy.) It’s cozy. It’s cozy. Baby, what are you doing? What are you doing? Come on out. (Smiling) My goodness. (Bentley becomes a contortionist.) Where is the baby? (Peek-a-boo.) Come on out. Hurry up. Let’s hurry up. When will we go inside? Okay, baby. (That’s what I want.) Key. Key is a must when you go to a sauna. A mischievous boy who swims, William. I love it! He is wearing a scrub towel and non-slip socks. A trendsetter at a sauna in matching colors, Bentley! Bentley is so cute. (I’m so excited!) He is excited. It’s their first time at a public bath. This is the men’s bath. Hold on. Stop, stop. We need to wash up before we go in. – Did you take a shower? / – What about Ninja Turtle? He needs a shower. You need one too. – I want to go in. / – You need a shower first. Come here. William, would you bring me – a blue tub? / – Okay. Can you bring it to me? Baby will use it. – Will the baby use it? / – He will. (William brings the baby’s tub.) It’s for the baby. He is helping his dad. Thank you, buddy. I will go inside now. – Did you wash up? / – Yes. – Did you take a shower? / – Yes. I know you didn’t. (That startled me.) – I’m done. / – No. (You are not done. What are you talking about?) I’m done. If you don’t wash up beforehand, the owner will come and yell at you. I want to go into the tub once. – Once? / – Yes. Take a shower once, then. I want to go into the tub once. Take a shower once. (They argue.) You have to take a shower beforehand. – That’s right. / – Look at that. – He is standing still. / – He is drowsy. Baby is getting washed up. (Sam splashes on his face.) (Bentley still smiles.) (One more time) (Dad, you are really fun.) Yes, baby. Yes, baby. Yes, baby. Bounce, bounce, bounce. I farted! Shall I do it? (Do it one more time.) One more time! One more time! (They play as they shower.) – All right. / – I’m swimming. Are you swimming? Hey, that tub is… My goodness. – He joined in. / – They are swimming. The swimming pool is packed. My goodness. (I won’t go in!) Bentley. (He nestles himself between Sam’s legs.) – What are you doing? / – It’s cozier there. He prefers Dad over the tub. What is this? This is a scrub towel. What is it for? Look. I will show you. You do this. (Make some noise!) Why are you so excited? (While Sam scrubs himself,) (William goes into the tub.) Hey, Sam. He’s going in. – He seized the chance. / – Hey! You can’t go inside. (Laughing) You need to be clean to go inside the tub. No! This won’t do. Do you know why you need to wash up? You have dead skin. I will show how dirty you are. I will scrub your skin right now. You will have dead skin if you are dirty, okay? – Did Sam scrub him? / – Look at this. – No way. / – No way. It came out, right? – Are you serious? / – Are you serious? Did it come out of William’s body? Congratulations. This has to be the record. I have never seen someone with so much dead skin. I will show how dirty you are. (Charcoal facial mask) It’s a facial mask. He mixed the two together. That surprised me for a second. See? Dad, are these bugs? It’s your dead skin. Repeat after me. – Dead skin. / – Dead skin. You learned something new, but it’s not a good thing. You can’t go into the tub when you are so dirty. I will wash up. Wash up. That’s a good idea. He wants to wash up now. Sam makes his children experience and learn the lesson on their own. It’s a good method. Armpit. Armpit. That was good, right? Three, two, one. (Pouring) – All right. / – I’m done, right? I’m done, right? I will go into the tub. Warm water. He can go in now. Okay. – He washed up. / – Yes, baby. – I’m inside. / – It’s refreshing. (It’s refreshing for Bentley as well.) It’s refreshing. He likes it. All right. I will live here. – Will you live here? / – Yes. (Dancing) To children, it’s a swimming pool. That’s right. Are you surprised? What is it? The bubbles surprised me. They are just bubbles. – They’re all over. / – Don’t drink the water. – He drank it. / – Don’t drink the water. (Can’t I drink the water?) My goodness. It went into his nose and eyes. – It must sting. / – I’m leaving. To where? (The water tastes bad.) This is how you do the backstroke. – This is… / – Dad. – Yes? / – Dad. This is how you backstroke. – Look. / – Okay. (Seal William dreams to become a swimmer.) William is really good. (Flapping) (Embarrassed giggles) – I didn’t drink water. / – Good. (I’ll act like I didn’t see it.) Look. Look at me. He’s standing by himself. That’s it. Dad, is this a swimming pool? This is the men’s bath. I swam in the men’s bath. A bathtub is different from a swimming pool. I’m going to do this. Don’t do it. Dive? (What is this pose?) Shark. One, two, three. This is William’s trademark diving pose. It was really something. Are we seeing him pose at the public bath? (Here I go.) Hey! (A very high altitude dive) – That would hurt. / – Gosh, you punk. This isn’t a swimming pool. He really loves it. (Seal William continues to dive.) You’re splashing water. Don’t be a nuisance to other people. Wait, stop. (He wants to do it more when told not to.) I feel like his stomach might get bruised. Wait, stop. I drank water. – William, this isn’t a swimming pool. / – My gosh. This place is for baths. If you want to do that… Stop. Go to the bigger bath. This place is too small. Go and do it properly. Is there a tub big enough for him to jump? (Can I do it here?) This place is so warm. Okay. Are you ready? (What is this?) – He can’t go in. / – He’s startled. (This is a cool tub.) Where are you going now? See how it feels to be in cold water. (Surprised) (He escapes to a bucket of warm water.) (I’m mad at you!) I told you it’s not a swimming pool. William, are you going to keep doing it? Yes. Are you going to swim? (He’s being taught a lesson with cold water.) What do we do? I won’t do it. – You won’t do it? / – He’s raising them strong. Okay. Come here. I won’t swim, Dad. (He’s satisfied with the result.) Okay. (Extra coy) What is this? Go in here. William. Dad, what is this? I’m going to get my back scratched. Let me get my back cleaned. Do they have to cover up Sam’s whole body? (He’s struggling through the pain.) (He’s making noodles.) (What am I watching?) (Noodles made through pain.) – Dad, does it hurt? / – Yes. Dad, is this a monster? “A monster”? (In William’s eyes…) A monster that’s hurting Dad? It’s because it feels good. (Determined) I’ll help you. He’s going to beat the monster. (Rushing) William, where are you going? (Rising) Hey. Do you want to try it? (A one-year-old’s surprising challenge) (Bentley is leaning back.) Is it okay? It feels good, right? (It feels good.) It’s nice, right? Gosh, you’re a funny guy. Get your arm cleaned. (Reaching) No, not your face. – Not the tongue. / – Not your face. – No, no. / – Do you want to eat it? It’s his instinct. Can you do it for me? Are you going to use it on my face? Gosh. (You have a lot of dirt on your face.) Is it fun? That hurts. Ben, where did your brother go? – Spider-Man! / – What? – All of a sudden? / – Spider-Man came. There’s Spider-Man at a public bath? Why are you wearing that? – Dad, come out. / – Come out? Spider-Man, attack. He’s here to rescue his dad. (Shooting) (William ran to the closet when he went out.) For what? Key. – Does he have a key? / – He can’t open it. – It’s hard to put in. / – Yes. It’s hard to put in. (It went in.) Gosh. (Next…) – Is he opening it? / – It’s the wrong cabinet. – It’s the wrong cabinet. / – Open. (Next, turn it.) He’s a genius. (He opened a locker by himself.) He can open it by himself. He remembered his locker. That’s amazing. I’ll rescue Dad. He’s doing it for his dad. (Pulling) You just wait, monster. The back-scratcher is actually a good tool. To William, it’s a monster that he must defeat. Are you rescuing me right now? (He’s putting together his energy.) He’s defeating it. (I’ll attack with all my power!) It stopped because it’s time. (How cute.) What? Hey. Thank you, Spider-Man. You rescued me. Where did you come from, Spider-Man? – Over there. / – There? – He brought his outfit. / – How did you get it out? I opened it with my key. By the way, why did you wear it backward? It’s not backward. I wore it by myself. He had to put it on by himself. – It couldn’t be helped. / – We’re a little hungry now. – Shall we go? / – Yes. Bye. (I’ll get going first.) Are you off to rescue others? – Yes. / – Okay. – Bye, Spider-Man. / – Wanting to help his dad turned William into a superhero. (They enjoy some snacks after the bath.) Where’s my drink? – Here. / – Dad, what is this? This is plum, arrowroot and red bean jelly. I like red bean jelly. Wait, wait. Sit down. – It’s a nice combination. / – I know. We’re so used to having sikhye and eggs. Arrowroot juice and red bean jelly are good. – Of course. / – Dad, give me some. I’m surprised he likes red bean jelly. – It’s good. / – It’s super sweet. Bentley wants some. I think the baby wants some. I’ll rip some for the baby. Yes, rip him some. William is a good big brother. Did you give him the rest? Yes. What a good big brother. This is how you act like a big brother. Yes. Baby, is it good? This is a red bean jelly. (I’ll remember it in my heart.) I’m thirsty now. – Are you thirsty? / – Yes. Good. I bought you plum juice. (How will plum juice taste?) – Plum is also… / – It’s sweet. – Is it good? / – It’s sweet. – He likes it. / – What is it? Plum. – Plum tastes good. / – Doesn’t it? – Dad. / – Yes? (Bentley is getting a taste.) (Squinting) He’s charmed. He’s feeling it with his whole body. It’s sweet enough to make him shake. The baby has to get ready. William, I’m going to dry the baby’s hair. When did your hair get so long? – He has a lot of hair. / – You have a lot of hair. – It’s flying in the air. / – He has hair now. He needs to tie it up. When did you get so much hair? You’re no longer bald. His skin got milky after the bath.

KIDS Pretend Play with Garden Set – CLEANING & GARDENING | #FunLearning #MyMissAnand #ToyStars

KIDS Pretend Play with Garden Set – CLEANING & GARDENING | #FunLearning #MyMissAnand #ToyStars


who messed up this Garden?? don’t know Anaya.. But we’ve to clean it As this is our Garden so have make it clean no I’ll not clean it we gave Garden tool Set What is it ?? I know that you don’t know anything :-)) so we are cleaning this garden till you hit Likes and get this video to 70,000 Likes and what more to do Dora?? Subscribe to our channel ToyStars so lets go… This tool is so awesome make cleaning so easy as we use to come to play here so lets do planting too what we’ll do with this?? Until our natural plants grow we’ll at least decorate with artificial plant Wow this tool makes cutting so easy the colour of this watering tool is so awesome now you all put your tools back in the kit Di why this plan is not growing?? don’t know.. we planted it yesterday lets wait a little more hmm.. or what else we can do!!! what are you doing?? oh didi.. what kind of a plant you brought??? its not growing have you put water in it ? do you kept it in Sunlight? so how it can grow!! we’ve to watering plants to make them grow ok give it to me Dora & Anaya your plant will grow in few days so we’ve done with garden cleaning shown all Garden set tools now lets do Unboxing to show you what tools we’ve got in it we’ve made that paper bits away using this tool these are our artificial plant This is Digger through which we can dig the soil well and we’ve decorated our Garden with these and this cutter and this is watering pot Didi we can move this set anywhere now lets go to see that plant which I’ve planted Wow di.. its growing we’ve seen how awesome is this garden set Your too always keep your Garden or parks clean don’t let them dirty and clean them well regularly