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what I just discovered? That we are gonna discover
some lucky charms, like luck charms. We’re gonna play a game.
– Luck charms. – I’m gonna let Emily explain this. – Hi.
– What else I discovered, Emily, was Silly String,
it’s very satisfying to– – Rip it?
– To gather it up and then–
– To grather it. – Rip–
– What? – Yeah you’re gonna rip it apart. – You need to grather and rip it. – Grathering is ripping and
gathering at the same time. – That’s right girl, so–
– You invented a word– – You do it, you do it, and then– – Ooh.
– Just be quiet though. – It looks like little carrots. – Try it Rhett.
(can spraying) – That doesn’t look as
satisfying, it’s coming out weird. – It’s ’cause I wasn’t
holding it horizontally. (can spraying) – What if it just turned
into a sentient being and then told us the future? – It looks like–
– I come from the future but I’ve been stored in a can. – Looks like a Sesame Street–
– A little eye, little eye there.
– Person has been in an accident. – So grather that.
– That’s insane. Ooh. – Oh you know what,
squeeze the Silly String as hard as you can until
something comes out. Some water comes out. Oh look, look, look at that–
– Ooh I see it. – This is turning into a satisfying video. – Ew! – Silly String juice, drink it. Drink it, kids. – Okay Emily why are you here?
– Emily, yeah. – You guys are the king
of segues, let me tell ya. (all chuckling) So I’m here to discuss lucky charms. I will read you some
that will be either fake that we totally made up or they are real historical lucky charms. – They’re like a lucky charm for someone– – Mm-hmm well they have various things that they do to people. – This pitcher never washes
underwear kind of thing. – Yeah like superstitious stuff. This is things that actually
happened or they didn’t happen and you’re gonna guess.
– Okay. – You ready for the first one?
– Yes. Can I use my hands on this? – That is one of the
items we’ll be discussing but you know– – I’m still thinking
about that Australia man who jumped into the cactus. Can I hear what that sounded like again? (man groaning and yelling) (woman laughs) – (beep) Pull my legs out. Zack, help me now.
(Rhett laughs) – [Link] Zack, help me now! (Emily laughs) – You know–
– Why you gotta be angry at Zack? – ‘Cause it was probably Zack’s idea. That guy still, there’s scars from that that you will never get
over, not just emotional but literal, he did not understand what he was getting himself
into but Zack did. (chuckles) That’s why Zack was operating the camera. (Link groans) – All right Emily. Don’t let us derail you.
– What is it? – All right well maybe if Zack had used the figa lucky charm– – Yeah, figa.
– He wouldn’t be in so much pain. It’s from South America, mostly Brazil. The symbol is a hand
with its thumb pressed in between the pointer and the middle. – Oh it’s I got your nose.
– It’s a symbol, yeah kinda. It’s a symbol that is said
to ward off the evil eye. – Oh. – I think this is actually
an offensive symbol in whatever country you just referenced. Where did you say? – South America, mostly Brazil. – Yeah this is offensive in Brazil. Not a good luck charm. – No this is to ward off evil spirits. – The evil eye.
– The evil eye. – Mm-hmm. Is that your final, what’s–
– True. – True? It is a lucky charm.
– Ah. – Yes.
– Yes indeed, very good. So if you do this, I don’t know if, there’s different ones that
work on vampires and stuff. This one’s for the lucky,
or for the evil eye. – For the lucky eye. – Remember the, vampire’s this. – Yeah.
– Well I’m sure it’s offensive somewhere.
– Evil eye is this. Just so you know. – It’s offensive in Argentina.
– In case you run into a big, floating evil eye. – All right so I’ve got one point. – All right so the next
one is, so in 1800s, burlap was considered to be a lucky charm and both rich and poor people
would hang a burlap sack over their fireplace or hearth if they don’t have a fireplace. And it would bring–
– What’d you call it? – Hearth. – A hearth.
– Is it a hearth? – I think I call it a hearth. – Right and then you
grather all of this up. – You grather all that–
– We’re even now. – Put in your, okay. (chuckles) And so you hang it from that and then– – This is very flammable.
– It would give you good fortune is what it was.
– You wanna hang this flammable thing from your hearth? I think nart.
– Fun fact, it’s the reason that the stockings at Christmas were first started. – Ah.
– So this is part of– – Fake. – Yeah I think the stockings
at Christmas were started because they were actual
stockings, not they were burlap and then they turned into socks. I think they started as socks
so I’m gonna say fake as well. – All right the answer correct. (Rhett laughs) – It’s okay. – Didn’t quite nail that one.
– You can still fool us later. – Okay cool. All right do we have the next talisman, the candlestick, not candy stick, although I would love that.
– Here, is this it? – This is a candlestick, all right. Okay, wooden candlestick
was a lucky talisman that originated in the Netherlands. A lot of hand-carved wooden items, they have animals and
different type of things they would carve out of
them and they would be good for you on your travels,
you’d keep it with you in your suitcase or something
like that to keep you safe and ward off evildoers as you travel. – A wooden candlestick. – Well it’s Like a wooden carved item. This is a candlestick but they had ones– – Okay could be anything.
– That were carved into, they’re just like wooden talisman. – It looks like a banister or a bed post. – Mm-hmm, I think it looks
like a big ol’ pepper shaker from the Macaroni Grill.
– Yeah it does. – Yeah, yeah.
– Would you like any pepper? (Emily chuckles)
You remember that? Remember that, y’all? – Remember that, when that
used to happen at restaurants. – No it was a–
– Oh it still does. – Adam Sandler character.
– Oh. – Would you like any pepper?
– Like any pepper? – And he just kept going up to people. Would you like any pepper? – Well then there was Dana
Carvey was his mentor. – Oh yeah and then he would, yes! – He’d put his leg up on a table. – Oh yeah.
– Kids, the televisial, televisial. – See, so now I’m winning.
– If you grather by the televisial–
– The televisial history is incredible.
– Would you like any pepper? I forgot about the Dana Carvey part. – I am remembering that now. – All right so what’s your answer? – True. – I don’t think, as much
as I am a fan of wood– – Talisman.
– I don’t think that, I think it would be a
little rock or something. I don’t think it would be
a full wooden candlestick. – Huh. – All right. This is just a piece of wood
from the art department. – Yes.
– Oh. Wow, what? – What’d y’all–
– What’s this for? – Was it a banister?
– It’s my candlestick. – It’s your candlestick?
– It’s your candlestick? – Yeah.
– But it was a banister before that.
– Get your candles. – [Lucas] Yeah and then I
turned it into a candlestick. – It was your banister as
your childhood banister and– – He grathered his–
– Before you burned down your childhood home for
insurance purposes– (Emily laughs) You took that out and
made it your candlestick. – Did you do that?
– Right Lucas? – Lucas?
– Yeah, it’s pretty close. – Oh my gosh, it’s horrible. – Okay you guys ready for the next one? All right, bring it in. Bed burner.
– All right here we go. – All right.
– Oh, oh, a ladder. – So–
– This looks to be– – Ancient Egyptians used to
place ladders in the tombs of dead people, mummies, what
have you to help their souls towards heaven, climb their way to heaven. – But not all the way, just like 10 feet. – Yeah exactly. Ooh baby do you know what that’s worth? You know the rest of the words. You’ve watched Handmaid’s
Tale this season. It’s considered–
– After that episode, I gave up.
– You did? – I just can’t take it anymore. – It’s tough to take.
– At that point I’m like, it’s the same thing again and again. It used to be a great show. – You gotta watch to
the end of the season. – They keep stringing me along with– – You gotta pull through, man.
– It’s just horrifying. – Do they keep stringing you along? – Yes, like oh gosh. Can I just skip?
– You can hang. – I feel like I could have
skipped four episodes. – No, you can’t skip it.
– No you gotta stick with it. – You gotta stick with it.
– I think that this is, this makes sense to me.
– Okay. – This makes sense to me. – But it is unlucky to
walk underneath a ladder. – Right right right right.
– This is false. – It’s false? This is a lucky charm.
– Yeah! – Oh, they put ladders, huh?
– Put ladders in there. – [Rhett] Yeah ladders
next to the mummies. – Yeah. – I saw some mummies
at the British Museum. You went to the British Museum. – Really? – Yeah I saw some mummies. – And you saw some mummies. I just thought it’s kinda
crazy that the only thing between me and this mummy is this glass and then I started thinking
about what I could do to break it and then I started thinking, if I’m thinking this way, surely someone who actually would break it is gonna come in here. It’s free, you don’t have to pay for it. – I have a feeling the
glass is pretty sturdy. – I don’t know. – It’s the same glass they
use at a money exchange place. – You think they put that
much money in the mummy glass? – Yeah they blow up glass there. That’s what they use on King Tut. – You been trying to break through there? – No.
– Through the fast cash? – No (chuckles).
– But what would you do– – I thought about it, never done it. – What would you do with the
mummy once you broke the glass? You’d grab his hand and just
his hand would come off. – Yeah you’d shake him
and be like wake up! Wake up.
– Well I wasn’t thinking that but yeah.
– Or you’d kiss it. – Well there’s no wrong answers. – No, no wrong answers.
– I also thought it’s way too hot. Was it really hot at the
British Museum when you went? I was like shouldn’t it be
cold in here, there’s mummies. – Maybe you’re–
– There’s no AC. – Maybe it was a reaction to the mummy. – This is all good content
but I don’t remember. – Thanks. – My answer is– – You’ve already given
your answer for this one. – Yeah it was a real–
(crew laughing) – This is all good content. It was derailed–
– It’s like Handmaid’s Tale. It’s like why am I still here? – Before I give you this last
one, this is the last one. – Okay. – Do you guys have any good luck charms? – I don’t play those games. – I don’t think I do. I had some stuff in my backpack
that I don’t have a use for like a couple of pictures of family. – Aw. (Rhett and Link laugh) – But you got no use for that. – I’m like, I think that’s like a lucky, it’s kinda like a rabbit’s
foot but it’s a picture. – Yeah that’s a picture of a person. – Yeah.
– To remind you of them. – That you love.
– That’s different. Of course you have no use for ’em so. (all laughing) – Well I meant, yeah,
that sounded horrible. Okay.
– I got some stuff I forgot about in an old bag. You know, pictures of family. – Oh Jesus.
(Rhett laughs) – False. – No I was asking you which one of you, what were y’all’s good luck charms. I was just curious.
– Oh right, right. (Rhett laughs) – I was making small talk. – Wow.
– Do you have a rabbit’s foot? Rhett?
– No. I have little trinkets
that I find comforting. – Like what? (Rhett laughs) Like what? – I like little rocks.
(crew laughs) – Where, where do you keep ’em? (Rhett laughs) – In a little wooden box. – Seriously?
– Yeah. – Where is the box?
– Well you know if you go to those stores, every
few months I find myself in a store where they’re
selling lots of rocks. – Oh so you find yourself
surrounded by eight year olds buying rocks.
– Yeah and I’m like the one adult man who’s like hmm. I mean I don’t steal it. (laughs) I will buy interesting rocks.
– For your wood box. – And then I’ll take ’em
out of my box and touch them and it comforts me but it’s
not for luck, it’s for comfort. There’s a difference. – Well isn’t that the
same thing, you know? – You could heat ’em up,
put ’em on your bare bot. – Bot? – (chuckles) Body. – You could grather ’em up,
put ’em on the bare bot. – But I am a robot so that’s appropriate. – Do you have a talisman of sorts? – No I don’t need that, I have Jesus. – Okay.
(Rhett laughs) – Okay last one.
– Wow. – All right, I gotta tie you up. – (chuckles) What? – I’ve got to tie Rhett up. I’ve got to tie–
– Okay, thank you so much– – I gotta tie you up.
– For specifying! – I gotta tie you up
and put you in that bag with the family pictures. (Emily sighs)
– I’ll throw a rock in there, keep you company. – All right, everybody. – I like a religious woman. (chuckles) – Oh God. – I was talking about you the
whole time but it did sound, ugh. (Emily screams) – Oh. – You just–
(crew member moaning) (Emily laughs) (Emily yells) Oh you just sprayed juice at this point. – That’s definitely,
okay, guys it’s one more. We’re so close to being done. – End it! End it all! – Okay, in the British isles
and other parts of Europe, there is a long-held
belief that chimney sweeps are bringers are good luck. According to legend, shaking
a chimney sweep’s hand or passing one in the street
is a harbinger of good fortune. And we have one that we found.
– Ooh. (Rhett laughs) – How you doing sir? Hello, good to see you.
– Hey. – Hey there. (crew laughing) Thank you, good sir. – My lady. – Somehow I believe in that one. – Spoonful of sugar I call it. – I think this is false. I think that they probably, no
disrespect to Mr. David Hill, they probably didn’t have
a whole lot of respect for chimney sweeps right? ‘Cause they’re like you’re
just going by chimney and so shaking his hand
would probably have been like I’m not gonna shake that guy’s hand. – People have respect for Santa. – Good point.
– This is true. – I think it’s false. So if you’re right, we tie. – You think true?
– True. – It’s true.
– Yes! – All right.
– We tie, what do we win? – Oh. (sighs) Just good luck overall
for the rest of the year. There’s only like, how many,
not that many months left so. – Okay thank you. – You have three more good months. – Great. So many snotes, so little snotebooks. Unless of course you
venture over to Mythical.com and pick up a bunch of