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"wat da hell is a dishwasher?"I dOn know, it's a very expensive drying rack. LMAO🤣I am Hmong American and can attest to this truth. At an aunt's house they used the dishwasher as Storage*, and bragging about the dishwasher in the house. (Apparently it's a symbol of wealth) "Like the Rich💰white-people." 😆 I had to runaway, holding back laughter.
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So relatble i subsrcibe
Sreven so funny
“My son such a failure he can’t even cook rice.” *Begins to cry* 😂😂🤣🤣
I'm more failure I can cook noodles and rice not pizza
That killed me when he said that
I was so shocked that they didn’t know how to cook rice I’ve never been so shook in my entire life
I kid u not. That's my brother's only job at home everyday. So when I watched the ending I cracked up XD
"your tyrannosaurus had NUNCHUCKS???"such an underrated line. what makes it better is the shot before that where the glasses guy feels challenged
@Avalanche Relapse His statement has only one meaning, but it's purpose and implication depend on Steven's dad's original intent. And he doesn't truly assume the t-rex has the nunchucks, but rather *pretends* to assume this.Imagine, for a moment, that Steven's dad deliberately used ambiguous English in an attempt to bait Glasses Guy into saying something along the line of "You got nunchucks? I had to fight mine bare-handed!" This would have cemented Glasses Guy as fighting a normal, unarmed T-Rex, while being unarmed. This would leave Steven's dad free to clarify that the t-rex had the nunchucks, while Steven's dad was unarmed. This would be a harder fight, and Glasses Guy would be unable to one-up this because he'd already established his combat was unarmed on both sides.Glasses Guy saw that coming, and knew not to escalate that way. Instead, he preempts this by saying "your t-rex got nunchucks?"If Steven's dad had said basically *anything* in response to that, it would have allowed Glasses Guy to claim *his* t-rex had literally anything worse, without Glasses Guy ever having claimed to have had a weapon of his own.
@SarahK your logic makes sense to me until the last paragraph. why do you say glasses guy pretended to assume one thing, instead of simply accepting it as fact? also, i don’t see how glasses guy’s response could ever have a double meaning. “your tyrannosaurus had nunchucks” isn’t ambiguous english; so in this case, glasses guy is the one who admits defeat.
@Avalanche Relapse "I fought a tyrannosaurus with nunchucks" is ambiguous English. "With nunchucks" might modify "fought", i.e. Steven's dad was armed with nunchucks, or it might modify "tyrannosaurus", i.e. the T-Rex had nunchucks.Because it's ambiguous, the listener could choose to interpret it either way. However, because Steven's dad is Asian, the typical listener would racistly assume that he was the one who had been using the nunchucks.The return comment, "your T-rex had nunchucks?" shows that Glasses Guy had assumed the other meaning: that Steven's dad's T-rex had been armed with nunchucks. The disbelief and the admission of being outplayed comes with the implication that he had also fought a T-rex; *however,* it also implies that, while his T-rex was unarmed, Glasses Guy was also unarmed.Glasses Guy identified the ambiguous English, and *pretended* to assume the T-rex had the nunchucks. He then reacted, with a sense of awe, "Your t-rex had nunchucks?!?" This could serve as an appropriate reaction to either possible meaning of Steven's dad's statement: either as an apparent misunderstanding combined with a one-up assertion that Glasses Guy had to fight a T-rex *while unarmed,* _or_ as a simple admission that Steven's dad had the tougher fight. In the latter case, he makes no social faux pas, but in the former case, he uses this comeback as a clever, back-handed way to one-up Steven's dad.
@Avalanche Relapse yeah that's why "your tyrannosaurus had nunchucks?" forces him to admit that he was the one who was armed
I was on this part when i read this
"I'm a data scientist, triple Ph.D. from Harvard. I invented parallel parking, and I help NASA land a paper clip ON DA SUN"Seriously I love that sentence so much I memorized it and said it a thousand times to anybody who would listen🤣🤣
the can of corn broke me.....
@Jade Brown-Roach out loud. Belly laugh
Tu. !! me too !! Screenshot!!!
What day hell does that do??. Made me laugh 🤣
What da hail does that do?
“Are you ok?” A neurosurgeon who can’t cook rice. The father must have very strong and complicated feelings about that
Well...he is 9😂
i knew a doctor who used infusion bags on his car while repairing it.
Or is it actually a different son?
He is still just 9 yeras old so i think its perfectly balanced.
No complicated feelings, just shame.
I’m Korean and I grew up thinking a dishwasher was an expensive drying rack… I’m almost 18 and I found out what it was a year ago. The culture shock I got from this new information was life changing.
@G-Force same. One time I accidentally pressed one of the buttons and I immediately thought "oh it's a dishwasher" I didn't know it was there for like 7 years.
I guess that episode of Fresh off the Boat was accurate then.... but I'm no less confused...
Yeah my son was also shocked that we were washing by hand when there was nice Bosch next to the sink for the last 10 years. Glad we are not the only weirdos.
I have this image in my mind of hundreds of thousands of dishwashers that have never actually been run. 🙄 Could have been a market opportunity, just sell a cheaper but nicer-looking one that doesn’t actually work as a washer, only a dryer!
They forgot that ovens are storage for pots and pans too.
It's time to learn geography NOW
My abuela does that!
What?! Asians do that too?! I thought only Mexicans did that lol
My brother used to do this, he always put the cast iron ones in the oven to dry off. I always started it without looking inside and realized by the smell that he never took them out.
If there's vacant space it must be filled up.
I love how this guy is the only asian meme maker who makes content relatable to the entire Asian continent not just East asia
This si relateable cuz im indonesia and my dad and this is how my neighbor Flex
I know right 🤣🤣 I'm Indian and I totally relate
Ikr! I'm from the Republic of Georgia (Caucasus) and despite many European influences, I can still find many of his skits relatable as hell xD
Dude I'm from Brazil and it's the same.We have a dishwasher which I never saw being used
"my son is such a failure, he can't even cook rice"As Thai, I can feel the pain in this line. This reason alone can turn your parents from good to bad in one sentence.
"I invented parallel parking" ... love the random lines Stephen comes up with 😂❤
I love how they end up bonding with each other over roasting their failures so hard that they hurt their own feelings LOLL
“My son is such a failure he can’t even cook rice” that's a big price to pay for becoming a 9 years old neuro-surgeon prodigy
@Terrarian206 We asians cook 1 minute rice in 58 seconds
@jmlinden7 my ex boss always made mistakes while using photocopier machine.
@justyourlocalyandere when i was 5 years old i already know how to cook rice
@VerSuz Zero "RICE COOKER"
i love how he's carrying a can of corn in his jacket pocket lol
THIS IS SO TRUE HAHA. you def go from boasting about your children’s success to competing for whose children have more weaknesses 😂💀
Dude, you have a special talent. I watched a bunch of different comedians with little more than mild interest. With yours I almost spat out my morning coffee trying to stop myself from laughing. You are a comedic genius.
This is honestly one of my favorite videos ever. Makes me smile every time!
“My son is such a failure he can’t even cook rice” Isn’t he a 9 year old Neosurgeon-
He said neurosurgeon not rice cooker
He can't reach the rice maker on the counter
No matter what u do. Parents will find what to be disappointed in
@Akemi Homura plus you know Asian dads don't care right?
Awesome. Firing on all cylinders. I had to hold back a spit-take when he said his neurosurgeon son was nine. And then again with the invention of parallel parking. Good stuff; excellent timing.
I love these guys. OMG, I will watch it again. Perfect. Every group of humans needs to do this and laugh at themselves.
the rice making part got me snort-laughing, probably everyone from Hawaii laughing too. hahaha!!
I have watched this 10 times but it still cracks me up every time
Asian: *"Bragging who can do better"*Also Asian: *"Bragging who got it worst"*
They took Southern B.S.ing to the next level and remade it in their image
i feel offenced
Sound like 'progressives' in 2022.I'm a , hear me roar! I'm strong and proud and smart and funny capable and....'2 minutes laterI'm a
@HJ this is from one year ago, but negative addition and subtraction confuses me too much
How does he always make me laugh?!
That open box strategy got me questioning all my life choices
This is the first time in a long time a video made me laugh so hard out loud . As a eastern Asian I can still appreciate this
I was over it when he explained the open box discount 😭
“My son is such a failure, he can’t even cook rice”*…*“Are you ok”
That's legit emotional damage right there.
I'm asian and don't even know how to cook rice.I'm a failure lol.
Damn. I felt for this man lmao.
@Can Phan I can get get your friend a *brand new* rice cooker from a factory in China for discount of 95%!
🤣 😹 I don't know Asians personally, but as an African and with the way African parents flex, I can so relate. 💀 😹 This is hilarious.
This is a perfect video that shows how parents actually flex. I love it.
I'm Filipino American and at my house we never use the dishwasher for actually washing the dishes. We just use it for storage after hand-washing them. Glad to see I'm not the only one here whose family did that lmao
I'm also an Asian, but I really don't understand why people don't use their dishwashers?
Absolutely dying with laughter.😂😂😂😂😂😂
"I invented parallel parking" was so out of nowhere, I laughed for like a solid minute at that
@Jesus Loves just aim and press the gas
But who did invented parallel parking? Surely someone did.
@Naggers and Joggers did that once and it felt like TOKYO DRIFT
As an Indian, i confirm this is *VERY* relatable 🤣💀
Steven, you are so awesome, today i had road rage because someone was driving stupid, then i thought about emotional damage, i started saying with an accent, why so slow why turn so slow, your mother raised a donut, failure... and that made me laugh and no longer angry. love your skits!
Laughed at this many times over many months 🤣
Amazing how naturally Steven interacts with Steven
I love how it goes from flexing about their kids accomplishments to flexing about their kids failures.
Very accurate I'd say 🥲
I love your content. You're videos are very entertaining and never fails to make me laugh. Keep up the great work! 🤣🤣
As an Asian I can confirm this is exactly how it goes
"My son such a failure he can't even cook rice.""...""*Are you okay?*"a good man knowing when to stop when someone's going through their worst times 😔🖐️
"My son such a failure, can't even cook rice" - DEFINITELY ME LMAO
He isn't even exaggerating this is exactly how they flex
My grandma is from Okinawa, Japan and she says the stuff about school all the time lol
Bro it’s really bad, and the worst part is how it affects their kids. I had a lot of Chinese friends growing up who were so fucking tired of being compared
Really? Some one has real life stories from there asian parents?
So nice to see some light hearted humour, thank you. Can you do one of Europeans trying to use chopsticks or older people (like me ha ha) trying to learn technology.
Love how he even tries to 1 up how big of a disappointment his son is
I loved how this ended. Has me in tears😂
“I had back surgery from carrying Steven’s KRclip channel.” 🤣🤣🤣 my dad was laughing with me too
“I fought a tyrannosaur with nunchucks.”I can’t stop laughing.
burst off laughter when I found out what nunchucks is
@Steven Hewere thenunchucks made of? Vibranium?
@Ivan Lol amature, I FOUGHT IT WITH A WET TOWEL
“I fly to school” that got me laugh so much
as an asian this is true, every morning we go to our neighbor's home just to tell we didnt slept for the whole night
I now find myself saying "NICE. VERY IMPRESSIVE" in his accent every time 😂
"I invented parallel parking and I helped NASA land a paper clip on the Sun." Bro what a genius.
I love how their flexes turn from "my kid is super impressive" "No mine is" to "my kid fuckin sucks" "same lol"
its an asian thing dude lol..
@Snas that hurts mate
@georgy ekimov thats my life, german dad chinese mum, get an A- and still get shit on :(
@Hưng Vũ Oh no, parents are proud of their offsprings accomplishments. This world is so cruel 🥲
@OliveOilz its hard
“I once fought a tyrannosaur with nunchucks” Got me there🤣🤣🤣
"And I helped nasa land a paperclip to the sun""What the hell does that do?" Cries of Laughter 🤣🤣🤣
As a very white man from a very white community, I’ve learned a lot from this channel. Thanks Stephen
"I helped nasa land a paper clip on the sun" This has me dead lmao
"what about your son?""hes a neuro surgeon. Age 9."*five minutes later*"hes such a failure he cant cook rice"*cries*edit: guys tysm! Today I cooked rice and it burned i feel like such a failure-
@SVK 123T Back in my age I cooked rice in the womb
@Vidar Odinson Do you need to use rice cooker to cook rice?
I technically can't cook rice if I don't get to use a rice cooker. I can only cook congee using pot.
Neural surgeon go to school
@SVK 123T Oh please, my grandfather taught me how to cook rice even before my mother was born
"my 9 year old son is a neurosurgeon""my son is a failure he can't even cook rice"nice we both flex and shit talk about our own son in the span of a few seconds
I have no idea why it took so long for this to be in my recommends but boy was it worth the wait. Your videos are hilarious. Subscribed.
Steven. You are the best thing on KRclip. Thanks for the laughs. It helps to heal my EMOTIONAL DAMAGE! 💔❤❤
This one murdered me with laughter, LMAO.
"I'm a data scientist, triple PhD from Harvard, I invented parallel parking, and I help NASA land a paperclip on the sun" I can't breathe 🤣🤣🤣
i read this comment while this line was being said
ON THE *SUNG*
somebody help him !
What the hail does that do
I'm not the targeted audience but I'm laughing like I haven't in a long time
"My son such a failure he doesn't even know how to cook rice..... ""Are you ok?"That was hilarious
“I fought a tyrannosaurus with nunchucks” might be the best line in history
I was about to die choking of laughter
"My son such a failure he can't even cook rice""Are you ok...?"how to go from bragging to heartbreak in 0.5 seconds XD
"We'll see about that."
@CookieSimpsツ Who microwaves instant noodles? you just pour hot water into it :s
One of my Asian classmates last year... tried to make instant noodles in the microwave at school... it legitimately set a small flame no cap. (Don’t worry everyone was safe he just forgot to freaking add water-)
There's disappointment, there is failure, but this shit is disowned
I laugh so hard when he brought out the Beijing corn can.
I knew this channel take off soon! So proud of you man all the guys at work know that emotional damage is yours!
Love how went from flexing kids accomplishments to their failures
Being married to an Asian family this is spot on and Soooo Funny. You just got a new subscriber😂
"my son is a neurosurgeon""how old""9"later in the video"my son is such a failure"
@Doge bread of life✔️ I cook rice before i was a sperm cell
he's never enough
@IAmPotato I’ve never thought of I that way… but I blame McDonald. They prolly fed him too much American food when he’s younger
@king bingus your profile picture gave me nostalgia
Love the dish washer rack joke and the can’t cook rice part.
Oh God! I love him so much, I just can’t!!🤣
This made me laugh to death
“ I have a scar from when I lost my elbow” funniest part🤣🤣😂
“My son’s a failure he can’t even cook rice”“...”“...”“Are you okay?”
@Stefan Coban failure I cooked rice when I was a sperm
Failures! I am not Asian but I cook perfect rice 😂
@Zaki Austria failure i'm not even asian and cook rice since 7 months old.
Bruh im saying the plant itself makes the rice but its up to us to turn it into an edible product.
Oh, these are the best. I burst out laughing! I couldn't help myself!
I love how you can do an american and asian accent it makes for hilarious videos
Even though I barely understand the flexing of Asian Parents- it stills cracks me up
For anyone with an Asian dad this is very relatable
“My son is a neuro surgeon and he’s 9”*After the talk about how they walked to school*“He can’t even cooked rice”*cries*
I motional damage
that guy who flew to school
The price of being a extremely genius is that you cant do simple things properly
Wow your comment enlighten me
Who said there was only one son 😏
Really no wonder he's in a movie nowHe's gonna be a great actor 👏🏻
As asian i confirm "Cook rice" is the 1st survival lesson in life.
That's freaking funny. That tickles me. Keep up the good work.
"i fought a tyrannosuaras rex with nunchucks"that got me laughing
I almost died at "my son is such a failure, he can't even cook rice" and then saw him make the cry face. 😂😂
@Sulphuric Acid commenting cringe is cringe.
Emotion damage of course lol
@Khushi Phulara yep this is true, i cant eat without rice
are you ok?!
when ur son is a neurosurgeon but he cant cook rice: SUCH A FAILURE
I would love to know what actual Asian parents think of this and his others!
""invented parallel parking"" -- almost lost my life after hearing that and falling off the PC chair and strangling myself with the headphone cable.
Please, keep the outtakes, they're flooring me! xD
So it started with him flexing his son being a neurosurgeon at 9 to them fighting sharks and Tyrannosaurus with nunchuck to them stating how much of a failure their sons are. That was some impressive transition
I guess it was Tywannosaurus
@kephrenh now I’m just imagining "my son doesn’t know what he wants to do for a living. He just works at Starbucks all the time""My son doesn’t even work. He just sits home watching tv all day""oh yeah, mine too. And, whatever he earns from work, he spends all on dumb toys from the shows he watches. He has so many… what are they called, _funky bops_ ? These figures of characters from the tv."
*puzzled pause*"Your Tyrannosaurus had NUNCHUCKS?!"*me dying*
@Justin Mannebach I’ve listened to two old ladies talking about their sons once, and it was my first time hearing people brag with humility.
As a person who has Asian parents, I completely relate to "My son is such a failure, he can't even cook rice!"(Bro my mom literally had me learn how to cook rice when I was like- 6 or 8 y/o 💀💀)
"My son is such a failure, he can't even cook rice"*The point where Asians get 'emotional damage'*
Camera: "How much exposure do you want?"Steven: "Yes"
"My son such a failure, can't even cook rice" *cries"Are you okay?"Just that instant 180 from flexing to empathy for having such a terrible son.
*”I have a scar from when I lost my elbow”* that is one of the funniest lines I’ve ever heard 😂
One of my favourite moments were honestly "I helped NASA land a paperclip on da SUN". Had me cracked up laughing several times over...
He casually moves his arm without any struggle
As he points to his wrist, no less, lol
The rice thing genuinely hurt both of them. Damn, man.
People always uses his *emotional damage* line but they be sleeping on his *WHAT THE HELL* 😂 I love how he said it
"My son is such a failure he cant even cook rice""Are you ok?"😂😂😂😂this part is just so funny