Top 5 Hilarious SPELLING BEE Fails & Moments! (Funny Kids)

Top 5 Hilarious SPELLING BEE Fails & Moments! (Funny Kids)


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in today’s video what are we going through the top 5 funniest Spelling Bee
moments and fail and these kids they get up on stage have to say their word
sometimes they get dealt a really weird hand whether it be a super unusual word
or they just get ahead of themselves and do something really really stupid and I
was watching a couple Spelling Bee videos before and it’s one of those
genres where you see one and you watch like 30 more so it’s kind of in a binge
today so I figured why not do a top 5 about it but before we get into this
video I really appreciate fits we’ve liked in the video that be insanely
awesome and also make sure to comment down below and tell me if you’ve ever
been a spelling bee and failed super hard or something like that if you
haven’t already make sure to subscribe to the channel cuz that really helps out
but let’s go to this top 5 and the number 5 so I’ve got a kid who got a
ward that sounds really similar to another word that’s extremely racist and
it really caught him off guard and by surprise he’s trying his best not to
have like one of those moments that he’s super racist and does something wrong on
TV meiosis news was the language Morgan if you into Harwick what is the
definition a king it’s used as a title of the sovereign of Ethiopia Negus he’s
innocent the Negus ruled Ethiopia until the coup
of 1974 yes medias ask em did you say the word
loudly for the judges me is one more time
Vanitas negus negus in eg res negus absolutely son
but he’ll take it again when in doubt sound it out sell it
just like it sounds when it pays off every once in a while went report got a
boy named Jacob and this kid he get to word that he thinks he knows 100% he’s
super confident about it even like states he knows this for shirt it kind
of turns out he didn’t then it turn into a little bit of a meme but regarding
down a little aspect of it was that a lot of people thought he was pretty much
the entire stereotypical like thought of a nerd which I’ll leave that for you to
decide because you’ll see in the video but I do feel bad for him because he was
so happy that he knew this and then it just all came crashing down when he was
in like the top seven round ten here’s Jacob again come on Agora Kabara goy I
am I know Hey Guevara Goya CA ba ra geo
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a shorter one but this kid you spawn a super complicated word and he ended up
messing up right at the beginning and he knew it directly after he said the wrong
a letter and the way it works with these spelling bees is once you say that
letter that letter is locked in like if I’m trying to spell the word like as in
leave a like on this video and then I say Li see once I say C I can’t go back
and say oh shit you know I meant to say K because that C is locked in there so
after the kid realized you messed up he just didn’t care a single bit after that
point idiosyncratically I Oh QRS z3 Quattro SLD videos and gravity Epstein correct when
I switch use is kind of like the number five spot where it’s one of those words
that sounds like another word except this one isn’t quite as bad of a word
it’s more of just a little funny type thing and this kid he was really
confused at first because he thought it was this other word I’m not gonna tell
you what it is I’m gonna let you guys listen but here’s the clip numb nut what numb nut numb not is a belt or
sheepskin pad place between a horse’s back and the saddle to prevent chafing
and can I get can I say it and then you sent yeah numb not Oh num-num nah and you em and a H dem nah
there’s nothing that isn’t up yet no it not might not be for a long time that
for everybody are on your other side exactly right it’s always interesting
because there’s so much tension in this room that when something like that
a humorous moment happens the audience is so happy to be happy it just relax
and laugh right so this next clip isn’t number one spot I’m going to show you
little honourable mention I’m going to throw in here it’s only 19 seconds long
because I was scrolling through spelling-bee videos and things like that
and I saw apparently this is the thing people dab during spelling beats when
they get words right or wrong something like that and they walk offstage these
kids dab and this shit was just the cringe eeeh sting that I’ve ever seen in
my entire life and I figured why not just throw this in here because it’s
only 19 seconds long it’s it’s definitely one of the biggest fails on
the list dominus basileus and finally reward so
I’ve got a spelling bee troll so this guy use up on stage and he’s pretty much
acting like he didn’t understand what the lady was saying or was
misinterpreting what she was saying or pronouncing and he kept on asking over
and over and it started to piss her off you could tell a little bit it was a
funny one Heron p-speed word heron a scripted mission it give me the
definition a wading bird that has a long neck and legs a long tapering bill with
a sharp point and sharp cutting edges large wings and soft plumage be pleased
to be doing heron may you please use in sentence it’s Gail had not seen the hair
and fly down from the tree she would have insisted that the huge bird nested
on the ground it needs to be three Heron what’s the word again Heron Heron Heron
Tarot hair run airline heron curly hair run a piece p3 Heron Heron earring herring herring hair run drink hair run
dear one Heron Geralyn make peace be to her please hair rotten it please give me
the definition a waiting bird that has a long neck and legs a long tapering bill
with a sharp point and sharp cutting edges heaven hero3 those are the clips
that I have to stage video hope you guys enjoyed if you did make sure leave like
in the video if we can break 10000 likes that would be insanely awesome I really
appreciate that and also make sure to comment down below and tell me which one
of these clips was your favorite which Spelling Bee fail or mistake or whatever
was your favorite and let me know if you’ve ever had a really big fail in a
spelling bee or something like that I don’t know if you’ve ever even been in a
Spelling Bee I you don’t think I ever have but it doesn’t matter okay and if
you haven’t already make sure to subscribe to the channel because that
really helps out if you want to see another video kind of similar to this
one make sure you go ahead and go check out my video from a couple days ago is
the top 5 kids cut line to their parents so some funny stuff on there I’ll leave
a link to it down in the description and also an annotation reenter screen if you
want to go check it out but that’s pretty much it for this one guys thanks
for watching I hope you enjoyed I’ll see you later
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Akeelah and the Bee (5/9) Movie CLIP – Big Words Come From Little Words (2006) HD

Akeelah and the Bee (5/9) Movie CLIP – Big Words Come From Little Words (2006) HD


Dr. Larabee this book is too heavy. Good! It’ll develop your arm muscles. I thought we were developing my vocabulary. We are. Please continue reading. But I already know most of the words of this speech. Its not a speech. It’s an essay, by W.E.B Debois. The first black man to receive a PhD from Harvard University. Maybe we should be studying more big words. Spell cabalistic. C-A-B-A-L-I-S-T-I-C Cabalistic. And when did you learn that one? About two minutes ago in this book. But in the time it took to learn that one word, Dylan probably learned twenty. And those twenty words wont mean anything to him. He’s just a little robot memorizing lists of words. The people we are studying, Debois, Dr. King, JFK. These people used words to change the world. And they did acquire their vocabulary by rote memorization. OK but when I’m at the bee and they tell me to spell some little fish from Australia. or some weird bacteria on the moon. We’re gonna wish we did a little more rotemerizing and not so much essay reading. If you don’t mind me saying. Bacteria don’t exist on the moon. Let me ask you something. Where do you think big words come from? People with big brains? Ha Alright, what do you see? A bunch of big words I don’t know. Ah! Look again. What kind of power do we get from the sun? Solar. So what does SOL mean? Sun. What does terraneous sound like? Terrain Meaning the earth Soliterraneous means the sun and the earth WORKING TOGETHER! So where do big words come from? Little words. How many little words do you know? Tons YES!! And there are tons more for you to learn. There are Greek ones. There are Latin ones. French ones and if you learn them all you can spell any word, no matter how big.

Weekly Japanese Words with Risa – Bugs!

Weekly Japanese Words with Risa – Bugs!


もう始まってる?(mou hajima tteru?)
えっと、久しぶりだね (etto, hisashi buridane) Hi everyone. Hello everyone, this is Risa.
Japanese weekly words. Let’s go, let’s go. Okay? Today’s theme is…
どこに書いてあるの?(dokoni kai tearuno?) ああ、じゃん(aa, jan) – Bugs! 虫です(mushi desu) First word is… *タラリン(tararin)* ゴキブリ(gokiburi) cockroach んー、ゴキブリ(Nn, gokiburi) ゴキブリはみんなの嫌われ者です。
(Gokiburi wa minna no kiraware mono desu.) たくさんいますよね。(Takusan imasu yo ne.) これを見つけた時のドキドキは、ほんとすごい、ドキドキ。(Kore o mitsuketa toki no dokidoki wa, honto sugoi, dokidoki.) 次が、こちらです。じゃじゃん。
(Tsugi ga, kochira desu. Jajan.) 蚊(ka) Mosquito. Mosquito. 蚊に刺されるとかゆい。(Ka ni sasareru to kayui.)
かゆい。(Kayui.) はい、次がこちらです。
(Hai, tsugi ga kochira desu.) Okay! はい、じゃん。(Hai, jan.) 蜂(hachi) bee 蜂は、はちみつを作ってくれます。
(Hachi wa, hachimitsu o tsukutte kuremasu.) Honey、 はちみつですね。(Hachimitsu desu ne.) 蜘蛛(kumo) spider
蜘蛛。(Kumo.) 蜘蛛恐怖症の友達がいます。
(Kumo kyōfushō no tomo-dachi ga imasu.) 蜘蛛見ると、いやあああ。(Kumo miru to, iyā.) 朝見る蜘蛛は縁起が良いとされています。
(Asa miru kumo wa engi ga ii to sarete imasu.) だから朝見る蜘蛛は殺しちゃダメって聞いたことがあります。(Dakara asa miru kumo wa koroshi cha dame tte kiita koto ga arimasu. ) はい、次、こっちかな、これかな、いきます。じゃん。(Hai tsugi, kotchi kana, kore kana, ikimasu. Jan.) 蝉(semi) Cicada おー、cicadaっていうんだ、蝉って、cicada、えー、蝉。
(Ō, cicada tte iu n da, semi tte, cicada, ē, semi.) 蝉の命は一週間です。
(Semi no inochi wa i-sshuukan desu.) 蝉の声を聞くと夏を感じます。
(Semi no koe o kiku to natsu o kanji masu.) ミーンミーン、ミーンミーン、いろんな鳴き声があるけどね。(Mīnmīn, mīnmīn, ironna nakigoe ga aru kedo ne.) はい、今日は、これでおしまいです。
(Hai, kyō wa kore de oshimai desu.) That’s it for today. みなさん、よい一週間を。(Nina-san, yoi i-sshūkan o.) じゃあね。(Jā ne) Bye bye! Caterpillar.

Flea markets and computer bugs

Flea markets and computer bugs


Flea market comes from the French ‘marche
aux puces’, which was a name originally given to a market in Paris which specialised in
second-hand, shabby goods of the kind that might contain fleas. The earliest English
use that the 20 volume Oxford English Dictionary has found according to current research, dates
from 1922. This is not the only time that an insect has crawled its way into the English
language. More recent is the computer bug. The story goes that one of the early electromechanical
computers suffered a failure because an insect had crawled into the machine and had been
squashed between the moving parts of the relay switch, therefore jamming it. The incident
was written up in the log-book, and spread from there throughout the whole of the infant
computer industry. Although the account seems to be genuine, the word is older, hence the
event was recorded as an amusement for posterity, precisely because the term ‘bug’ was already
in use. In fact, this use of bug originates not with computer pioneers, but with engineers
of a much earlier generation. The first example cited in the OED is from the Pall Mall Gazette
of 11th March 1889. It reads: ‘Mr. Edison, I was informed, had been up the two previous
nights discovering ‘a bug’ in his phonograph – an expression for solving a difficulty,
and implying that some imaginary insect has secreted itself inside and is causing all
the trouble.’ It seems clear from this that the original bug, though it was indeed an
insect, was in fact imaginary.

Weekly Cantonese Words with Olivia – Bugs and Insects

Weekly Cantonese Words with Olivia – Bugs and Insects


Hello! Welcome to Cantonese Weekly Words!
I’m Olivia, and this week we are going to talk about Bugs and Insects. Okay, Bugs and Insects. 蜘蛛 (zi1 zyu1)
蜘蛛 (zi1 zyu1) are “spiders”. 蜘蛛 (zi1 zyu1) in a sentence: 蜘蛛係益蟲,唔好殺佢呀。
(zi1 zyu1 hai6 jik1 cung4, m4 hou2 saat3 keoi5 aa3.)
“Don’t kill spiders, they are good insects.” 螢火蟲 (jing4 fo2 cung4)
螢火蟲 (jing4 fo2 cung4) is “firefly”. Now this is something I like. 每到六月,就可以去睇螢火蟲。
(mui5 dou3 luk6 jyut6, zau6 ho2 ji3 heoi3 tai2 jing4 fo2 cung4.)
“In June, we can go look at fireflies.” 毛蟲 (mou4 cung4) is “caterpillar” 我養過毛蟲,睇住佢變成蝴蝶。
(ngo5 joeng5 gwo3 mou4 cung4, tai2 zyu6 keoi5 bin3 sing4 wu4 dip2.) “I have kept caterpillar
and watch it turn into butterfly.” It was a really cool experience. 蚊 (man1) is “mosquito”. Mosquitos are annoying!
我俾蚊咬。(ngo5 bei2 man1 ngaau5.) “I got bitten by mosquito” or “I got mosquito
bites.” 我俾蚊咬。(ngo5 bei2 man1 ngaau5.) 蜜蜂 (mat6 fung1) is “bee” 蜜蜂整蜂蜜。
(mat6 fung1 zing2 fung1 mat6.) “Bees make honey.” See the play of words? 蜜蜂 (mat6 fung1)
is “bee” and 蜂蜜 (fung1 mat6) is “honey”. It’s really easy to remember.
蜜蜂 (mat6 fung1) and 蜂蜜 (fung1 mat6) So that’s it for today, today we talked
about Bugs and Insects. And I’ll see you next time at Cantonese Weekly Words. I’m
Olivia. Bye! 下次見!

Weekly Korean Words with Jae – Bugs and Insects

Weekly Korean Words with Jae – Bugs and Insects


Hi everyone. I am Jaehwi. Welcome back to
Korean Weekly Words. This week’s theme is bugs and insects. Those are the things that
I really don’t like. So let’s see what we have for this week. Okay the first word is 개미 (gaemi) meaning
“ant.” With that word, you can say 개미는 단 것을 좋아합니다.
(Gaemineun dan geoseul joahamnida.) which means “Ants like sweet foods.” Okay next we have 매미 (maemi). 매미 (maemi)
is the word meaning “cicada.” With that word, you can say 여름에는 매미 때문에
시끄럽습니다.
(Yeoreumeneun maemi ttaemune sikkeureopsseumnida.) which means “In summer,
it’s very noisy because of cicadas.” 파리 (pari) which means “fly.” Well,
you can make some sentence something like 파리에 가면 파리가 많이 있습니다.
(Parie gamyeon pariga mani itsseumnida.) “If you go to Paris, you can find many flies.”
Paris, the city name and the fly use the same spelling 파리 (pari).
There is no connection though. Okay next we have 벌레 (beolle) which means
“worm.” You can say 어떤 사람들은 벌레를 먹는 것을 좋아합니다.
(Eotteon saramdeureun beollereul meongneun geoseul johahamnida.) which means “Some people like
eating worms.” We used to eat worms when we went to movie theaters. It’s kind of
special worm though which is kind of fried, that’s true. Okay next we have 무당벌레 (mudangbeolle)
which means “ladybug.” I like this English translation saying ladybug because if you
break it down, this Korean word actually means something like the bug that looks like a witch
doctor. The witch doctor or 무당 (mudang) wears very colorful outfit which is really
like appearance of this ladybug. With that word, you can say 무당벌레가 날아다닐
때에는 시끄러운 소리가 납니다.
(Mudangbeollega naradanil ttaeeneun sikkeureoun soriga namnida.) which means “When ladybugs are flying, it’s making some noisy sounds.” Okay next we have the end. Okay that’s all
for this week. I hope you enjoyed all of them. I will see you next week. 다음 시간에
뵙겠습니다. (Daeum sigane boepgetsseumnida.)
안녕히 계세요. (Annyeonghi gyeseyo.)