Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. I am in Green Bank, West Virginia. Pocahontas County. And my favorite word is … I learned it from Big Bird and it’s not so much a word as the alphabet, if you try to pronounce it like a word. It’s a neat trick, almost poetic. But what counts as poetry?
Sarah: Getting down to 18 inches was pretty smooth and easy. Like it’s not about the aesthetics anymore. It’s about the challenge. I am not concerned that I’m doing anything to damage my organs. I’m just curious like how small I can go I like to push myself. Yeah, the main thing is the middle,
what is up everybody welcome back to the channel we are back with another horse game for today I am challenging basketball freestyle Kalani ball free what’s up guys casual ball on your hat same rules as always it’s gonna be like normal trick shot horse except you get three attempts so if I get
don’t do it again what is up everybody welcome back to the channel today Kaleb and I are gonna be doing some football challenge here there hasn’t been a lot of football on this channel but the Super Bowl was last week and we are just inspired to throw the old pigskin that’s right disclaimer
oh my gosh what the heck Oh what is up everybody welcome back to the channel and another game of horse today we’ve got Austin J Mills and a crowd favorite Blake Leeper fresh off your appearance at World Record Wednesday let’s do this today you smoked us in the run again right yes I
EZRAH DORMON: I really love that I can help commemorate that moment in their life. That they get to share their story with me and I get to share it with the world. COMM: 12-year-old Ezrah Dormon is amongst the youngest traditional tattoo artist in the world. He has only been studying the traditional style