UNDERTALE SPIDER DONUTS ft Dan & Phil! – NERDY NUMMIES

UNDERTALE SPIDER DONUTS ft Dan & Phil! – NERDY NUMMIES


Ro: Hey guys, it’s Ro! Welcome to another
Nerdy Nummies! Ro: Today I have 2 very special guests, Dan
and Phil! Phil: Hi! Dan: What up Num-sters! Ro: Yeah,
you guys know these guys… Phil: Is that a thing? That’s not the thing! Ro: You guys have no idea how many requests
I got for you guys to come bake, Ro: so I am so excited. Dan: It’s because
we make baking videos that are really terrible… Phil: Yeah. Dan: So I think all our audience
is just so desperate to see us Dan: do a successful bake. Phil: See how it’s
actually done! Ro: We’re gonna do it today. If you guys
aren’t familiar them, they are amazing, Ro: I’m gonna put their links down below
so you should go check ‘em out. Ro: Dan and Phil both have separate channels
and then they do a combined gaming Ro: channel, Dan and Phil Games, so go check it out, I love it! And we are gonna be making a recipe from Ro: the indie game… All: UNDERTALE! Ro: That was really good! Dan: Boom! There
you go! Phil: We are playing this right now on our
gaming channel and I love it so much! Ro: This is perfect! Dan: I know, it’s,
it’s ruining our lives in the best way ever! Ro: Today we are gonna be making the donuts
form the game called Spider Donuts. Phil: Ooooh! Dan: Bah-bah-bah! Ro: But the
recipe is going to be dairy free. All: Let’s get started! Ro: The things you will need to make these
Spider Donuts will be: Dan: 1-1/2 cups of all purpose flour, 3 tablespoons
of oil, 1 teaspoon of apple Dan: cider vinegar, 1/4 of a teaspoon of baking
soda, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Phil: 2 teaspoons of baking powder, 1/4 of
a teaspoon of salt, 2 teaspoons of Phil: lemon zest. Dan: Please don’t touch
the lemon like that Phil… Phil: Sorry! I’m sorry. Dan: Phil has defiled
a lemon everybody. Phil: A 1/2 a cup of sugar, 3/4 cup plus 2
tablespoons of almond milk. Ro: 3 cups of sifted powdered sugar, 1/3 cup
of blueberry juice, a few drops of Ro: purple food coloring and a donut pan. All: Now let’s put it all together! Phil: Ohp! Ow! Ro: The first thing that we’re gonna do
is sift together our dry ingredients. Ro: So I’m gonna have Phil, you’re gonna
hold down the bowl. Dan: Oh no! Phil: OK, I’m warning you, I’m the clumsiest
person on Earth, so… Ro: OK. Dan: You gave Phil the job that creates mess.
Ro: Uh-oh! Phil: I’m gonna try my best! Ro: Pour it right in here. Phil: Do I shake
it? Do I vibrate it? Ro: Shake it, just a little, controlled. Controlled shake.
Phil: Controlled shaking. Dan: Controlled shaking Phil! Phil: OK, just
do it, I’m doing it! Phil: Whew! Dan: You annihilated that flour.
Ro: That’s amazing! Phil: Alright. Ro: And these chunks, we don’t need ‘em,
get ‘em out of here! Dan: Sift that. Ro: Now our sugar, salty-salty!
Phil: Like a bit of salt, there we go! Dan: What is happening? Get out! Ro: That’s
it, jump it around. Phil: Oh there we go, there we go! It’s
coming out. Dan: Whoa is that a whisk? Whoa, OK didn’t
tell me there’d be whisks involved today! Ro: Baking soda and baking powder, you can
put them in at the same time, Ro: that’s OK. Phil: Let’s do it! Ro: Whisk together until well combined. You
can do it slow. Phil: That’s slow! Ro: Or fast to create a lot of dust if you
want. Phil: I am creating a lot of dust… Dan: It’s just like, ‘We’re walking
in the earth!’ Phil: I am sorry everyone! Dan: OK, let’s just put down this whisk
right here, what’s happening with the lemon Ro? Ro: Alright, so what we’re gonna do is we’re
gonna need to zest it. Phil: Yes. Ro: So if you’re not familiar with zesting…
Phil: That looks dangerous! Ro: It’s very easy! Dan: Get that away from
us! Oh my gosh! Phil: What is this? Ro: I’m gonna teach
you. Dan: This isn’t a Phil job! Ro: It’s a very fine micro blade, kind of
like a cheese grater. Phil: Mmmmm. Dan: Oooh, micro blade! Ro: But you’re just
gonna hold this down, like that. Dan: Nice! Dan: Oh, drag that lemon. Ro: Here, you got
it! Dan: OK, I like this… Phil: You could be
a professional zester Dan! Ro: Zesting! Dan: Finally a viable career!
Bye YouTube! Ro: You can zest lemons… Dan: Your enemies.
Phil: Spiders. Ro: Those are popular baking zests. Dan: What
would happen if you tried to zest a plum? Ro: They don’t really have that kind of
skin for that. Phil: No… Ro: No…. Dan: I’m gonna do it! Ro: Now we’re gonna add all of our zest
into our dry ingredients. Phil: So as the dry ingredients went so well,
what happens now? Ro: Now we are gonna make non-dairy buttermilk,
this is a very very easy thing to do. Dan and Phil: Oooh! Ro: Who wants to pour the apple cider vinegar
into our almond milk? Phil: I feel like my entire life has been
leading up to this moment. Dan: Phil, you are the no lactose guy, you
need to make this not-buttermilk. Ro: Yeah! Phil: Here we go. Ro: Just slowly pour it
in, then using a spoon you’re just going Ro: to slowly stir it together. You want to
stir until it starts to curdle, and Ro: this is basically making a buttermilk
replacement. Dan: So this is cow-free witchcraft right
now, look at this! Phil: Mmmm, here we go! Dan: Now we can add in the vanilla extract
and oil. Oh yeah! Phil: That was satisfying. Dan: Oh my gosh look at this. Ro: Then give
it 1 more stir. Ro: We’ve got our wet ingredients, our dry
ingredients. Phil: Yeah? Ro: I’m gonna have both of you work together,
this is teamwork. Phil: Uh…. Dan: Oh no! Phil: I’m pouring, slower? Ro: Be the turtle! Dan: You’re pouring on my finger, don’t
pour it on my finger! Ro: The only thing to remember is not to over-mix
because you don’t want your batter Ro: to be too tough! Dan: So we didn’t make a gigantic mess,
we have scooped our donut mixture into these Dan: piping bags, look at this! Phil: They
look like alien carrots. Dan: And now it’s time to whack out the
scissors. Phil: Oh no. Ro: Yes. Dan: Carefully! Ro: You want to make sure to spray your pan
so that it won’t stick while it’s baking. Dan: Your spray is a lot more controlled than
Markiplier’s was… Phil: That was a heavy flow… Markiplier: I was told heavy! Ro: Yep, heavy.
Markiplier: They didn’t say how heavy! Ro: So start at the bottom. Phil: Yeah? Ro:
And you’re just gonna fill it about 2/3 full. Dan: So how much mixture do we have? Phil:
Oh no, wait! I’m sorry! Dan: Phil what the heck? Ro: Oh whoa! Phil:
I’m sorry! Phil: It’s falling back in, it’s fine! Ro: It’s OK. Dan: You destroy everything
you touch! Phil: Stop making me laugh! Dan: What is wrong
with you, control yourself! Phil: Stop making me laugh! Dan: You have
destroyed this video, and our futures! Ro: I’m gonna pop these in the oven, you’re
gonna heat your oven to 375 Ro: degrees and bake these for about 10-12
minutes. Dan: Not 13! Phil: No! Ro: No! Phil: Then it’s set afire!
Ro: You’ve gone to far! Dan: I’m watching you! Dan: So whilst that’s baking, what is this
that has appeared before us? Phil: Dun-da-da-daaaa! Ro: Donut glaze! Phil:
My favorite kind of glaze! Dan: You’ve got to glaze it! Ro: Glaze is very easy to make you guys, you
just need powdered sugar, and here Ro: I’ve got my blueberry juice, so Phil
I’m gonna have you pour this in here and Ro: Dan, whisk together. Phil: OK. Dan: It’s
literally just sugar and a color, Dan: you can’t mess this up. Phil: Am I
doing this the right way? Ro: Yeah! Phil: Wooop! Dan: He’s doing it in a smiley
face. Phil: There we go! Ro: You could just leave it here, but I’m
gonna bring a little bit more Ro: vibrance, I’m just gonna add 1 little
drop of food coloring. Dan: Oh man, I just want that all over me! Ro: Now, our donuts have baked, they’ve
had plenty of time to cool. Dan: Da-da-da-da! Ro: I’ve put them on top
of a drying rack. Phil: Ba-ba-ba-ba! Dan: Mmmmhmmm. Ro: And
then, placed it on top of a cookie sheet Ro: lined with a piece of parchment paper,
so that it will catch the excess glaze that Ro: drips off. Phil: OK. Dan: So no matter
how much mess we are definitely gonna Dan: make… Ro: Mmmhmmm. Dan: It will just
drip through. Phil: Nice! Dan: See, we just destroy our house. Phil:
Yeah. Dan: Find sugar everywhere for months. Ro: I just like go slow and steady. Phil: I’m imagining it’s a snail that
I’m going in a spiral shape. Dan: Oh that’s so much better than me. Ro:
What are you doing? Dan: I regret all my life choices. Phil: Oh
Dan, what are you doing!? Phil: I don’t know, mine’s just fallen
down the stairs… Phil: Yours is like… Dan: It’s not having
a great time. Phil: I’m trying a new technique now. Dan:
OK, what is this new technique you’re trying? Phil: It’s like a lion’s mane, rawr! Dan: I’m going for the whirlpool that represents
the inner torment in my soul. Phil: Yay! Dan: There we go. Dan: Oh no, I got some on my hands. Phil:
Oh no what a shame! Oh no! Dan: Oh no it’s happening again! Phil: Oh no! What’s happening!? Ro: Treats for me! Dan: Just lay me down,
can you both just pipe it into my mouth? Dan: This is happening. Ro: They’re gonna set for just a few minutes.
Phil: OK. Ro: And then, we have Ro: 1 final decoration step. Dan: The spiderweb?
Ro: Yep! Phil: You know it! Dan: Yes! Ro: Pew-pew-pew-pew! Phil: Dan got
all the gold stars! Ro: That’s Spiderman. Phil: I bet he’s
happy it comes out of his arms and not Phil: out of his nose. Ro: That would be hard
if you were him to shoot them Ro: out of your nose because you’d have
to go…. Phil: Yeah. Dan: And that’s just gross! Ro: We are gonna need some white royal icing.
Phil: OK. Ro: I put them in plastic baggies with number
2 tips at the end for a little bit more control. Phil: So what’s happening. Ro: We are gonna
pipe 2 crosses, any way you want, Ro: you can go horizontal or vertical. Dan: What, what are you doing!? Phil: I drew
a cross? Dan: What on earth do you think a spider’s
web looks like? Phil: I’m sorry! Phil: I’m sorry! Ro: Oh no! Dan: Oh my gosh! Phil’s
spider got a bit dizzy! Ro: We’ve got our crosses, now it’s time
for inner-web. Phil: Inner-web! Ro: They kind of look like little smiley faces.
Dan: They need the little ladder Dan: steps for them to climb on. Phil: Yes. Ro: Yeah!
Dan: Otherwise how could the spider sit in the web? Phil: Rainbows… Ro: So in between each line, you’re just
going to do a little happy face. Phil: I’ve got this! Mine looks quite
spooky though. Dan: Yours, yeah yours looks like a true basement
web! Phil: One that’s been around for awhile.
Ro: Let me see, you guys, let us know who has the best Ro: web, I think we all know who it is…
Phil: Um, definitely not me! Dan: Don’t, don’t even humor us in the
comments guys, we don’t deserve it! Ro: Now we’re gonna decorate the rest of
our donuts! Phil: OK, I’m gonna do this one well. Dan: I mean mine looks like the spider ate some bad chili, and it just kind of lost control whilst Dan: trying to make a web… Haaarrrrggggghhhhh! All: Ta-da! Ro: Here are the spider donuts that we made
today, in honor of Undertale! Phil: I’m so proud of us! Dan: Muffet would
be proud! Phil: They’re so good! Dan: Especially with
this little apron as well. Ro: Yeah you guys, spoiler! When you meet
Muffet… Phil: Spoiler alert! Ro: This is her tablecloth in the video game. Ro: So let’s display our favorite donut.
Phil: My favorite donut here, Phil: mine’s the basement donut. Dan: Yours
is the beautifully iced one! Phil: Beautiful, it’s almost as if you know
how to bake! Dan: The successful one! Ro: We have to do a taste test. Phil: OK,
let’s do this! Phil: Hawmh! Mmmm! They are so good! Ro: That’s good! Mmmm! Dan: I’m gonna
need a private moment, OK, sorry guys! Ro: I like the lemon! Dan: Whoooooooo! Ro: A big thank you to Dan and Phil for coming
and baking with me today! Both: Thank you for having us! Dan: We had a great time! Ro: You guys, this
was so fun! Dan: This was a successful bake! Phil: Yes!
Dan: We, we really needed this in our lives! Ro: Can I come visit you? Both: You can! Dan:
We’ll show you how we bake in the UK! Phil: Introduce you to the queen. Dan: You’ll
have a terrible time! Ro: These guys are amazing, please go check
out their channels if you haven’t already, Ro: I’ll be putting all their links down
below. And I’ll be taking lots of pictures Ro: of our baking creations that we made today
and I’ll be posting them on Ro: Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter!
And if you guys make these, please Ro: take a picture, and send them to us, we
would love to see your baking creations. Dan: We would! Just send ‘em over! Phil:
So much! Send everything! Ro: I love to like, re-tweet them and stuff.
Dan: All that. Ro: It just makes me happy! Phil: Yay! Ro: Makes my day! Alright, thanks again you guys, bye-bye! Phil: Bye! Dan: Goodbye! Ro: Dee-dee!

Itsy Bitsy Spider | Song for Kids | Pancake Manor

Itsy Bitsy Spider | Song for Kids | Pancake Manor


*Gasp* What is it? A spider! I ran across the page! That gives me an idea. Let’s start a new drawing! The Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the spout again When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed The Chunky Hunky Spider went up the water spout Down came the rain and almost washed him out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the Chunky Hunky Spider squeezed up the spout again When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed All right, my turn now! The Reggie Weggie Spider tried to do it too He brought his submarine It was waterproof! (woo-hoo!) He made it to the top and he got a big surprise Itsy and Chunky had a plate of flies. French flies! When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed

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 ]

Jake Gyllenhaal Is Obsessed with Tom Holland as Spider-Man


-Congrats, by the way, on the new Marvel chapter
in your life. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Oh, thank you. Mysterio.
-They know. Dude, it was a big deal
when the trailer came out. You’re gonna be Mysterio
in the new “Spider-Man.” -Yes.
-And I was psyched about that. And I saw that Ryan Reynolds,
our pal, posted a — I’m gonna cross this out ’cause there was a couple
dirty words. You can’t see it.
-Oh, wow. -Ryan Reynolds posted a photo
of you and Hugh Jackman at a holiday party. -That’s Photoshopped.
We weren’t actually together. [ Laughter ] -And it said, “These dudes
said it was a sweater party.” So, you —
[ Laughter ] Yeah. I think it’s the greatest
photo — greatest reaction. I just loved that.
And I thought it was great. So then,
you finally joined Instagram. -Yeah.
-You, what — I mean — [ Cheers and applause ]
-You’re the last holdout! -Thank you!
I mean — -You’re the last holdout, dude.
We’ve been waiting for you. -The last person
to join Instagram. -Yes, Instagram’s
been waiting for you. -Yeah, I came to the conclusion that nobody cares
about anything anymore, so I should join Instagram.
[ Laughter ] -No, people — They care.
-Oh, they do? -Yeah.
That’s why they join Instagram. -Oh, yeah, no.
-They care about everybody. -I’m not even sure
if I’m on Instagram. -You’re definitely on.
-I am? -I’ve seen you on Instagram.
-No, I’m on Instagram. -Yeah, you are.
-I’m on Instagram. -Well, you took that photo —
That was that photo. And then, you took —
You Photoshopped that photo. And then, you,
Deadpool, you’re on Wolverine — Is that bubble boy?
-Yes, that is bubble — [ Laughter ] And Spider-Man, too,
in the corner. -Yeah, that’s Spidey
over there in the corner. -That’s Spider-Man
in the corner. That’s actually
a guy named Bosslogic. He did that actually. -Oh, is that
who did that for you? -Yeah, we should give
a shout-out to that guy, ’cause I have
no artistic skill whatsoever. There’d be no possibility
that I could pull that off. -Bosslogic?
-Bosslogic, yeah. -“Baas” or “Boss”?
-I don’t know, man. -I mean, do you know somebody
named Bosslogic? -That’s the guy
who did that picture — Bosslogic.
“Ba-sla-jik.” -“Ba-sla-jik”?
-“Ba-sla-jik.” -His name is “Bas-laji.”
-“Bas-laji.” -Oh, Bosslogic.
-It’s Bosslogic. -Oh, my gosh.
Yeah, no, of course. -He’s amazing.
-Nikolai Baslajic, yeah. [ Laughter ]
He’s a CIA agent. He’s wanted in 30 countries.
Yes! -Baslajica?
-Yes, in Baslajica. Baslajica — that’s where
he’s from, of course. But, dude,
here’s you as Mysterio. Look at this.
You came on the screen, people went “Whoa!”
-Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -Oh, and how’s —
See what I’m saying, dude? -Who knew —
Who knew that — The thing is, is like,
those are the actual green lasers
that I shoot out of my hands. -Yes, I’ve known that for years. -That’s what I can do,
and that’s why they hired me. -And finally, you can put that
to good use in a film. -Yeah, finally!
Finally! -I mean, you play tricks when you’re in movie theaters
and stuff. -When I was a kid,
my dad’s like, “What are we gonna do
with this kid.” -Laser hands!
Oh, my gosh. And now, here you are
in a big-time movie. -Yeah!
It paid off, man. -How’s Tom Holland?
-He’s great, dude. -Dude, he’s great?
-He’s awesome. -Yeah, he’s good.
-He’s the nicest guy. In the world.
-He is. -I’m super into him
as Spider-Man. -Yeah.
But I think it’s more fun what you’re doing on Instagram. You’re kind of
trolling him a little bit. -My God.
This whole Instagram thing… You’re really into it.
-Dude, I’m totally — -You are obsessed
with my Instagram. -Oh, yes, your Instagram.
-[ Laughing ] Yeah, follow Jake on Instagram,
@jakegyllenhaal. -That’s my name.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] I’m surprised you got that name ’cause you weren’t
on Instagram so long. Somebody else probably took it. -I think someone
snatched it up pretty early. -Did you have to buy it
from a stranger? -[ Laughs ]
[ Laughter ] -That said
that they were Jake Gyllenhaal? -No.
Someone got it for me. [ Laughter ] -Just tell me.
-I got friends. -Was it Baslajic?
-Baslajic. [ Laughter ] -I don’t know about that guy.
That guy can do anything. You want it done,
call Baslajic. -Bosslogic is freaking out
right now. -He will take care of it, man. He will take care
of all of it. -I had it.
Someone had it. I don’t know how he had it,
but we had it. -Well, you have it now.
It’s @jakegyllenhaal. And you posted this funny thing,
I thought, of Tom Holland. I think he was
just doing an interview. You took all the vocals —
all the audio out of his interview,
added this weird music. Just watch. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Laughter, cheers, applause ] -Oh!
-Yeah. -He’s just…amazing. [ Laughter ] -He’s just dreamy.
-He just is.

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Mobile ANT


*birds chirping* *acoustic guitar music* the animals see us in our wholeness they
don’t see us with all the labels that society puts on us or we put on
ourselves they don’t see us with blame or shame they just see us in our true
wholeness and in our beauty and as they look at us and they interact with us
they help us start to see ourselves that way I’m Sonya Wingard and I’m the
executive director of Animals as Natural Therapy Mobile Ant really started back about 14
years ago and its inception was really prompted by our director Sonja having
this group of girls in drug and alcohol recovery that we work with at the farm
and she had worked as a nurse when she was younger and then she’d worked in
nursing homes and so she really felt like that was a valuable place to learn
about life and learn about elders and so she decided that she would like to try
bringing these teen girls to the nursing home to start practicing some of the
things that they were learning at the farm I’m Jessie Pemble and I am the Mobile Ant
coordinator for Animals as Natural Therapy. I have actually been connected
to ANT since I was a kid. I came to summer camp here I came to programs here
so it’s really fun to now be back in a position where I can now help other
people access ANT. Jessie: Animals just like people have different
personalities and attitudes and it’s actually really fun to get to know our
animals because each one is different So, this is Ingrid one of our rabbits and
Ingrid is a mini lop. Ingrid is probably one of our most popular Mobile Ant
visitors because she’s so sweet and because she’s so soft and curious.
You’ll usually see her popping her head out of her basket to say hello and she
is the bunny known to give kisses to kind of nibble on people. For our Mobile
Ant crew we have our rabbits and right now we have four rabbits that regularly
visit. Tinker Bell is our famous traveling hen, traveling chicken and we
also bring our miniature horses we have three miniature horses right now Tobi
Persephone and Midnight Mocha. Our van is a Ford Transit cargo van and it holds
three miniature horses and as many bunnies and chickens as we can fit in
cages and two big dogs and two of us driving which, is really amazing to have
a farm rolling down the road basically it’s been such an incredible gift to us it was donated and had a lot of community support to make that happen *soft piano music* We really saw the value in connecting
elders with animals and also connecting elders with children and having an
intergenerational component. Many of the folks who are in nursing homes right now
are the generation that grew up on farms and they have a real connection to
farm animals and for folks who are dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s
and other sorts of memory loss and things that you’re dealing with these
you get older, having connections to your youth and to your younger self can be
really powerful for people who are away from their own families and away from
their own animals. Just by placing a bunny in a basket on their lap you see
people just light up and kind of come to life. We interact with a lot of folks who
when we get there are pretty withdrawn and maybe not very verbal but as soon as
they get an animal on their lap they want to talk to us they want to tell us
their stories they want to know all about the animal or they want to know
about the kids who are bringing the animal sometimes they’re more excited to
see the kids than they are the animals and that’s okay – that’s part of that
intergenerational piece We have a couple places that we’re going
right now that are regulars and so we see them twice a month and so we’ve
really gotten to start establishing relationships with people. Even though
it’s a memory care facility – they remember us and they ask when are you
bringing the horses or when you bring the bunnies again and it’s just really
delightful to get to bring joy to these people who we don’t really know much
about their – the rest of their day, the rest of their lives there, but we know
that we can make a difference in that hour that we’re there If a resident touches a bunny maybe too
harshly or too roughly they’re gonna get pretty instant feedback from that rabbit
like ‘oh I don’t like that that’s too hard’ and that’s right there a learning
moment that maybe – maybe they won’t treat their caregivers so roughly next time
that they’re upset you know so it starts to translate into the other areas of
their life. As much as these animals give and give and give to the people who come
here they also need love and care and we take just as good care of their mental
and emotional health as we do the people who come here. It’s been so cool to see
the support from our community of all the people who want to participate in
mobile ant to give back to this population that we often kind of shun
out and close out I see this farm is just kind of a sacred
place where people come to discover their possibilities and become their
best selves