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Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland My School Play Was An EPIC FAIL (When EVERYTHING Went Wrong)


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Hello, this is Sam, short for Samantha. Imagine that you once wrote a play and people agreed to act in it, an audience actually came to see it, and then…absolutely EVERYTHING went wrong and it turned into a complete DISASTER, so much so that you can’t help but cringe every time you think about it.

That’s what happened to Sam. She’ll begin by saying that she’s always liked writing, acting, and basically everything connected to storytelling. She started writing short stories when she was a little kid, and she kept it up when she joined the drama club at school.

Once, when her club was considering what new play to put on, someone said that she should write one because she was good at it. And of course, Sam agreed! Their teacher and director said that they would even let her partially direct it if she wanted to.

So she picked one of her short stories and turned it into a play. It was a very touching story about five people falling in love, so it was kind of like a love triangle, or like…maybe, a love pentagon? Everyone liked it, so they decided to go ahead and do it. And Sam worked very hard on it: she took on one of the main roles herself, and also decided to direct a lot of it.

Their teacher suggested that Sam choose one of these two things – acting or directing, because she wouldn’t be able to handle the workload, but she was adamant that she could do everything. And as you may have already guessed, that turned out to be a big mistake.

Soon everybody hated her because she was so strict. A lot of people in the drama club just wanted to have fun and express themselves; they weren’t as ambitious as she was, and while she understands that now, she didn’t back then.

She barely got any sleep, because she was spending most of her time memorizing the lines for her role, preparing the set design, and other stuff like that. Every day she would imagine how it would go, and how everyone would be so impressed, but as you already know, ultimately that wasn’t what happened.

The day of the play finally came. The auditorium was full of people from Sam’s school, and even complete strangers who were just simply interested in the play. She was nervous, but at the same time convinced that it would all go as planned.

The first scene started with one of the characters giving a short monologue, presenting the story and the characters. The guy, let’s call him George, started and…he forgot his lines. So instead he was like “What is life? Is it just a series of events or…um…not, uummm…?” Sam was FURIOUS. Luckily the sound guy came to the rescue and put the music on so they could continue.

The second scene started and all of the actors went out onto the stage, but another girl accidentally bumped into the set and the whole thing literally FELL down. Like, all of it – everything they had prepared over several weeks just fell down, and she still doesn’t even know how that was possible.

Everyone started to panic, but she wasn’t ready to accept defeat, so she said (in character) “the set fell, because we live in the real world and talk about real problems!”

And it worked! It looked like it was part of the script, you know.

But soon, everything started to go wrong again – everybody was forgetting their lines and sounding like they were really stupid. People in the audience started to laugh, and when the interval came, people were begging her to stop the play because they had already made complete fools of themselves.

But Sam said: “no, we’ve been preparing this play for months and we’re just gonna let this happen!? No way, the show must go on!” She was sure that it couldn’t get any worse, and a few stumbles wouldn’t ruin her play.

Well, you already know how mistaken she was. The next few scenes went very well, it seemed as if everything was starting to go as planned, but then…it turned out that the guy who had forgotten his lines at the beginning and in the next scene was so embarrassed that he had just quietly left. And he was essential to the story.

When they had another spare moment, Sam gathered all the actors together and quickly told them how they would adapt the story to work without him. They begged her to just put an end to it, but she again said “no”, somehow managing to persuade them that it would get better.

The play continued, and you could see how everyone was getting confused by the sudden changes. They were messing up lines and interrupting each other, and it was impossible to understand what was happening. Their teacher was really embarrassed, and the people in the audience were confused…

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Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland 4K HD ASMR | Plucking Away Anxieties


I THINK this is my last poopy auto-focus video, and I fix it a few minutes into the video! So if it bothers you terribly, just bump a few minutes ahead 😀 Sorry about that!

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Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland I Am Depressed But My Parents Don’t Believe Me


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This is Amy, and she’s depressed. And until recently, not even her parents believed her.

Since she became a teenager, Amy has always felt a bit…sad. But over the past few years, it has grown into something more. Until recently, she couldn’t understand what it really was. Most of the time, she felt so exhausted and miserable. Even getting out of bed was hard.

She felt like there was no point in anything. She didn’t care about her grades or her friends; it was like nobody cared about her and nothing interested her. She spent her evenings watching TV shows and crying, because the world seemed like such a bad place.

At some point she realized that she was depressed. She didn’t want to believe it at first, because nowadays everyone says they’re depressed. But she couldn’t run away from the truth any more. So she decided it was time to explain it to her parents.

She thought they would understand, or at least try to, but sadly that wasn’t the case. Amy’s dad just said, “kids are so soft nowadays, nobody was depressed back in my day”, while her mom was hardly any more helpful: “it’s all in your head, sweetie, you just have to be more positive”.

Their reactions made her even more miserable, because she couldn’t even talk to her parents. She had friends, but they clearly didn’t want to listen to her any more. She doesn’t blame them, because it was really annoying to listen to her talking about her depression all the time even for her.

She checked out some online communities on depression and people recommended that she go see a psychiatrist. She asked her parents many times, explaining how important it was to her, and eventually, they agreed, although they didn’t want to.

Amy felt hope for the first time in a long while. She went to the doctor with her parents. He was an older man, and he was kind of weird – he didn’t even look at her, and wasn’t really very interested in what she actually had to say. She explained her situation, but he kept asking her the same questions about school and stress, and in the end, he said that she was just tired because of school and needed some rest.

Amy was shocked, but her parents were basically happy with his verdict. To their credit, they really did try to make her feel better. They allowed her to skip a few days of school and have a bit of fun. Only she really didn’t want to have fun. She didn’t want to do anything except stay in her bed and cry.

After she went back to school, things got even worse. Her teachers were angry with her for not doing her homework and not paying attention in class, but she didn’t respond, so they just stopped bothering her entirely. The same thing happened with her classmates – they didn’t pay any attention to her because she always sat alone, staring out the window or reading a book or something.

At this point Amy started to believe that her parents were right, and she just had to be grateful for what she had, so she tried to start talking to people and to study a bit harder. But she just couldn’t find the strength to do it.

One day, her dad got angry with her for being ungrateful and spoiled. He said “you don’t want to talk to us, you don’t want to study! Tell me, what DO you want!?”

She stared at him, because she didn’t know what to say. She didn’t want anything. He kept berating her, and she couldn’t take it any more, and she started crying loudly. She never cried like that; it was always silent weeping in her room, but this time it was like she had a mental breakdown.

Through her tears, she said a lot of stuff like: “I’m worthless, I don’t even feel like a person, I don’t know how to do anything and I’ll never get better!” This was only a small part of all the thoughts that were inside her head, most of them were way worse.

Her parents were shocked, because this was the first time that she had revealed her real feelings to them. After a few days, her mom came into her room and said: “I talked with dad, and we believe you. What can we do for you?” For Amy, this was the first time in a while when she felt like something good happened to her. She asked them if they could try another psychiatrist. They agreed.

Amy’s new psychiatrist was younger than the previous one, and he was very attentive to her and asked a lot of questions – and this time actually listened to her answers. She told him everything she had felt throughout the past few years, and it was so liberating to finally find a person in real life who would listen to her.

Eventually, he did a few tests with her and diagnosed Amy with chronic depression. Her parents couldn’t believe it at first, but she could see how worried they were and it was a nice feeling.

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Watch Now France vs Australia I Couldn’t Stop Spending Money


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This is Denise. We all like shopping, right? You know – those moments when you feel down and say to yourself: “Why don’t I just go to the mall and buy everything I want?” And then you come home with numerous bags containing things you actually don’t need, but you have a strange feeling of relief? Well, Denise can tell you that sometimes this seemingly innocent habit can become obsessive, and even dangerous.

She was in high school when her life suddenly turned into hell. Everything was going perfect – a loving family, nice friends, a wonderful boyfriend. When everything is going fine, at some point you start suspecting that it can’t last forever. And indeed, during her sophomore year, things started crumbling. Her parents had a huge argument and didn’t talk to each other. She even heard some conversations about a divorce. Denise became nervous because of these family problems, and couldn’t concentrate on her studies. Her grades went down.

Unfortunately, for the first time in her life, Denise had a nervous breakdown, and had no idea how to handle it. The worst thing was that she had no one to confide in – her parents had their own problems to deal with, and she had neither a best friend nor a boyfriend anymore. She didn’t want to bother people who weren’t very close to her, and she didn’t want to get too personal with them either. She had only one choice left to her – to deal with her problems on her own. Denise found her very own way to decrease her stress levels, which was…shopping!

She remembers once how her parents had a particularly heated argument, and she escaped from the house just to be on her own in silence for a while. “Where can I go?” she thought. Of course, the mall! Lots of people, crowded shops, food court. A perfect place to hide from your thoughts. It would also be nice to buy herself a couple of new outfits as a distraction from her depressed mood. So that’s what she did, and she really did forget about her problems completely while she was trying on new jeans and choosing herself a new handbag.

She had some money saved, and she had the opportunity to go shopping at least once a week. She was quickly becoming an addict – at some point she began to want to buy more things, more often. She was doing it not because she needed anything, but because she wanted those positive emotions she felt when shopping. After a couple of months, Denise realized that she was quickly running out of money, as well as space in her room to keep all the things she was buying. But it didn’t bother her at all! So, she could dedicate herself to her “hobby” completely.

Actually, storage space objectively wasn’t a big problem – she didn’t even wear what she bought, so she just stored new things wherever she could. Money was a bigger problem – she spent all the money she had, and the weekly allowance from her parents wasn’t enough. She came up with an ingenious solution – she started taking cash straight from her mom’s bag. She certainly wasn’t proud of herself, but she convinced herself that it was not stealing and that her mom wouldn’t mind anyway. Of course, it was stealing and now she feels ashamed about it! But at that moment she couldn’t help it – she so needed money for her addiction.

But then one day she decided that she needed to GO BIG. She took her dad’s credit card. What was she thinking?! Her idea was that if she spent just a little bit he wouldn’t notice. But unfortunately she didn’t manage to moderate her desires. She spent a huge sum of money, around 500 bucks, and returned the card to his wallet all scared and trembling about what he would do to her when he found out. But a day passed, then three, then five, and he seemed to have not noticed a thing. And she was dying to make another raid around the shops, so she thought, why don’t I do it just one more time?

That time she just couldn’t stop, she spent and spent and spent without even trying anything on, just buying whatever she could see. Until at some point she heard that phrase that everyone dreads: “Sorry, your card was declined”. Obviously, that was the signal to stop shopping. Of course, she became worried, because why on earth would a credit card be blocked? She got her answer at home when she was greeted by her dad, who was absolutely furious. He had been called by the bank and told that there had been numerous suspicious purchases on his card, and then he noticed that his credit card was missing. Denise decided not to invent any stories, and just told him the truth.

Well, at that point her mom and dad finally united to punish her, and it was the turning point when they finally made peace. She got the attention she longed for, and after that particular shock, she didn’t even feel the urge to go shopping anymore. Now she’s obsessed with keeping fit. Well…At least it doesn’t cost money!

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This is Mike, and he has a small problem that you might be familiar with. He’s arachnophobic, which means that he’s terribly afraid of spiders. Even the word “spider” gives him the creeps if he says it out loud. However, he learned to live with his phobia after one dangerous episode. This is his story.

Mike had been afraid of spiders all his life. Some people with the same problem explain that some past scary episode with a spider prompted their phobia, typically when a spider bit them. But this is not what happened with Mike. His phobia is purely irrational; it’s stronger than the usual “fear” many people have – it’s more like a psychological condition. When he sees a spider, he doesn’t scream or jump or run away, nothing like that. Mike just freezes and can’t move a muscle, nor scream, nor even breathe. He just watches the horrible creature move, with eyes full of terror and his heart rate at 250. It’s more than ordinary fear, it resembles paralysis or shock. It’s not pleasant at all.

Mike wishes he’d been conditioned to a world full of spiders when he was still a toddler. But maybe his parents were a bit too caring in this case. When he went into a room or sat down somewhere he needed them to check every single surface so that there wasn’t a single spider within a 10-meter vicinity around him. It took time and effort, but his parents were ready to do anything to make him feel comfortable. He sometimes thought that it would have been better if they had told him to just stop being so fearful and get a grip. In this case, maybe the hypothetical spiders he’s now scared of wouldn’t have grown to such gigantic dimensions. Mike can’t blame them, of course – maybe his phobia is innate, who knows. But the thing is, today he still has to check every single inch of a space he’s in. He can’t look at pictures or videos of spiders, even the cutest ones – he comes close to either crying or fainting. All in all, it’s pretty debilitating.

What’s worse is that once at school, he involuntarily revealed his secret when he spotted a spider in the vicinity and…well, you know, he’s already explained. The bad thing is that the school bullies saw what happened, and they thought it was really funny that a guy could have problems like that. Once, one of them found a particularly fat spider and threw it at him. Another time they saw a prank video of a small dog dressed as a spider running at strangers and decided to do the same thing. They found a dachshund, dressed it up as a horrible hairy spider, and released it towards him when he least expected it. Of course, they found it funny, whereas Mike came the closest he probably ever would to a heart attack at the age of 14.

He spoke about it to his dad, who said that instead of fighting the bullies he should fight his phobia. He said that Mike could try that exposure therapy thing, when they make you get accustomed to the source of your fear by gradually increasing your contact with it: first by seeing pictures of a spider, then watching videos, then looking at a real spider, and then finally holding one in your hands. The idea terrified him, and he refused. But very soon Mike realized that maybe he ought to really consider trying it.

At the time, his dad was teaching him to drive. One day, his dad was in the passenger’s seat and Mike was driving at medium speed along a wide, empty road. Everything seemed absolutely safe and nothing could go wrong until…until Mike noticed a huge spider on the wind shield – inside, on his side! He panicked, turned the wheel left, crossing into the opposite lane, and was soon fast approaching a big tree nearby! He doesn’t remember what his dad did, but he managed to stop the car right in front of it. While they were regaining their breath, his dad said in a trembling voice, “Do you still not want to try therapy?” At that moment, he understood that it’s ok when a phobia is someone’s private business, but when you can’t control it, it can be dangerous for others as well. He had to accept his dad’s proposal.

Mike started therapy several weeks ago, and it’s going pretty slow. However, he’s already able to look at pictures of spiders and even watch a couple of videos of the cutest ones, like jumping spiders (it sounds horrible but check them out if you’re not scared – they really are the height of cuteness). It’s hard work and very stressful, but his dad has promised him a treat when he completes the full course. Mike’s always dreamed of going to Australia, but…well, you know. A person who’s afraid of spiders should probably stay away from Australia. But his dad said that when he finishes he will take the family there, and that’s turned to be a pretty strong incentive. Besides, Mike can’t wait to see his bullies’ faces when during their next prank they realize he’s not scared of spiders anymore!

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