Our most special guests ever 🐢🕷🐍

The Grumps
25 Mar 202417:06

Summary

TLDRIn this lively and educational encounter, the hosts are joined by Critter Christina from Reptacular Animals, who introduces a variety of fascinating creatures, including hissing cockroaches, an Australian tree frog, a curly-haired pigeon, a chinchilla, a Mexican red-knee tarantula, a Sinaloan milk snake, and a Colombian red tail boa. The hosts interact with the animals, learning about their unique characteristics and even experiencing a few surprises, such as the chinchilla's prolific pooping and the snake's unexpected visits to their necks.

Takeaways

  • 🎉 Introduction of Critter Christina and Reptacular Animals, a company that brings animals for educational presentations and parties.
  • 🐔 Meet Chocolate and Chip, the Hissing Cockroaches, unique pets that hiss from their 'belly buttons'.
  • 🐸 Gummy, the Australian tree frog, known for being slimy and potentially peeing on people, drinks water through its skin.
  • 🦎 Phoenix and Eclipse, the conures, display affection by regurgitating and can be sensitive to human hair.
  • 🕊️ Curly, the curly-haired pigeon, a domesticated breed not found in the wild and known for its colorful feathers.
  • 🐭 Dexter, the chinchilla, can poop up to 500 times a day and enjoys dust baths due to its dense fur.
  • 🕷️ Louisa, the Mexican red-knee tarantula, has special hairs that can cause itching and discomfort when touched.
  • 🐍 Rojo, the Sinaloan milk snake, mimics the dangerous coral snake and is beneficial for controlling rodent populations.
  • 🐢 405, the leopard tortoise, has a beautifully ornate shell and can perceive colors despite poor eyesight.
  • 🐍 Lilo, the Colombian red tail boa, is a strong and muscular snake with unique camouflage abilities.
  • 🌐 Reptacular Animals can be found online and on social media, offering opportunities for more interactions with their diverse animals.

Q & A

  • What is the name of the organization that Critter Christina represents?

    -Critter Christina represents Reptacular Animals, an organization that brings animals for parties and educational presentations.

  • What are the names of the first set of animals introduced by Critter Christina?

    -The first set of animals introduced by Critter Christina are Chocolate and Chip, who are Hissing Cockroaches.

  • How do Hissing Cockroaches hiss?

    -Hissing Cockroaches hiss out of little holes in the sides of their bellies, not from their mouths.

  • What is unique about the way Australian tree frogs, like Gumby, drink water?

    -Australian tree frogs, like Gumby, drink water through their skin instead of drinking it in the way humans do.

  • What are the two types of conures introduced by Critter Christina?

    -The two types of conures introduced by Critter Christina are Phoenix, a Sun conure, and Eclipse, a Jenday conure.

  • Why are chinchillas like Dexter able to poop up to 500 times a day?

    -Chinchillas can poop up to 500 times a day because they eat frequently and their diet consists of small pellets that are easily passed.

  • What is the significance of the color combination of the Sinaloan milk snake, also known as Rojo?

    -The color combination of the Sinaloan milk snake resembles that of the venomous coral snake, which helps deter predators due to mimicry.

  • How does the leopard tortoise, 405, maintain its shell's cleanliness and shine?

    -The leopard tortoise, 405, maintains its shell's cleanliness and shine by rubbing against objects, which helps to keep the shell polished.

  • What is the Colombian red tail boa, Lilo, known for in terms of camouflage?

    -The Colombian red tail boa, Lilo, is known for its ability to camouflage in two ways: from above, it blends with the shadows and leaves, and from below, it mimics the appearance of leaves with sunlight filtering through.

  • How can one find more information about Reptacular Animals and their services?

    -More information about Reptacular Animals and their services can be found on their website, ReptacularAnimals.com, as well as on Instagram and Facebook.

Outlines

00:00

🐉 Introduction to the 10 Minute Power Hour with Special Guests

The script begins with a chaotic mix of sounds, including grunts, whines, and the phrase 'High Five!'. The hosts, Dan and Arin, are introduced along with their special guest, Critter Christina, a handler for Reptacular Animals. The segment sets the stage for an educational and entertaining show featuring various animals. The hosts express their excitement about the upcoming presentations and interactions with the animals.

05:01

🐸 Meet the Hissing Cockroaches and Gumby the Australian Tree Frog

Christina introduces the first set of animals, Chocolate and Chip, who are Hissing Cockroaches. The hosts are invited to interact with the insects, which are known for hissing from their 'belly buttons'. The conversation then shifts to Gumby, an Australian tree frog with a unique drinking method through his skin. The hosts share their amazement at the frog's slimy texture and discuss his dietary habits, which include eating small roaches and mice.

10:01

🕊️ Encounter with Curly the Pigeon and the Adorable Dexter the Chinchilla

The segment continues with the introduction of Curly, a curly-haired pigeon, and Dexter, a chinchilla known for its dust baths and high poop frequency. The hosts attempt to hold and interact with these animals, with humorous moments as they discuss the pigeon's potential to escape and the chinchilla's propensity to poop in their hair. Christina shares interesting facts about each animal, adding educational value to the experience.

15:02

🕷️ Introducing the Fearsome Louisa the Tarantula and the Sinaloan Milk Snake Rojo

The hosts brace themselves for the introduction of Louisa, a Mexican red-knee tarantula, and Rojo, a Sinaloan milk snake. The segment is filled with a mix of fascination and fear as the hosts interact with these creatures. Christina explains the tarantula's defense mechanism and the snake's mimicry of venomous coral snakes. The hosts engage in a playful and sometimes anxious dialogue as they learn about these animals' unique characteristics and behaviors.

🦎 Wrapping Up with 405 the Leopard Tortoise and Lilo the Colombian Red Tail Boa

In the final segment, the hosts meet 405, a leopard tortoise with a beautifully ornate shell, and Lilo, a Colombian red tail boa known for its strength and unique camouflage abilities. The hosts discuss the tortoise's sensory perception and the boa's hunting strategies. Christina invites the audience to learn more about the animals and offers information on how to connect with Reptacular Animals for further educational experiences.

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Keywords

💡Reptacular Animals

Reptacular Animals is a company that brings live animals to events for educational presentations and parties. In the video, Critter Christina, a handler from Reptacular Animals, introduces various animals to the hosts, providing insights into their behaviors and characteristics. This concept is central to the video's theme of exploring and learning about exotic animals in an interactive setting.

💡Hissing Cockroaches

Hissing Cockroaches are insects known for making a hissing sound as a defense mechanism. In the video, they are presented as one of the first animals by Critter Christina, highlighting their unique feature of hissing from the sides of their bellies rather than their mouths. The cockroaches are used to engage the hosts and viewers in the fascinating world of exotic pets, emphasizing the educational aspect of the video.

💡Australian Tree Frog

The Australian Tree Frog, represented by Gumby in the video, is a species of frog native to Australia known for its distinctive appearance and unique drinking method. These frogs are arboreal and have adhesive skin, which allows them to drink water through their skin. The inclusion of the Australian Tree Frog in the video serves to showcase the diversity of animal adaptations and engages viewers with the unusual and captivating nature of this species.

💡Jenday Conure

A Jenday Conure is a small parrot species native to South America, known for its social and playful nature. In the video, a Jenday Conure named Eclipse is introduced, and its behavior of regurgitating to show affection is discussed. The mention of this bird contributes to the video's educational goal by providing insights into the unique behaviors of different parrot species.

💡Chinchilla

Chinchillas are small rodents native to South America, known for their dense fur and dust bathing behavior. In the video, a chinchilla named Dexter is presented, and the fact that they can poop up to 500 times a day is mentioned, adding a humorous and informative element to the discussion. The inclusion of the chinchilla showcases the variety of small mammals and their quirky characteristics.

💡Tarantula

Tarantulas are large spiders known for their hairy bodies and potent venom in some species. In the video, a Mexican red-knee tarantula named Louisa is introduced, and the hosts are advised not to pet her due to her hair, which can cause itching and discomfort. The presence of the tarantula adds an element of excitement and fear, engaging viewers with the diverse world of arachnids.

💡Sinaloan Milk Snake

The Sinaloan Milk Snake is a non-venomous snake species found in the Americas, known for its striking color pattern that mimics venomous coral snakes. In the video, a Sinaloan Milk Snake named Rojo is introduced, and the hosts discuss the misconception about their name, which relates to a folk belief about their diet. This keyword contributes to the video's educational content by clarifying common misconceptions and highlighting the importance of accurate information about wildlife.

💡Leopard Tortoise

The Leopard Tortoise is a large and attractive tortoise species native to Africa, known for its intricately patterned shell. In the video, a leopard tortoise named 405 is presented, and the hosts learn about its shell's sensitivity to touch and its preference for being petted, which illustrates the tortoise's unique sensory experiences and social behaviors.

💡Colombian Red Tail Boa

The Colombian Red Tail Boa is a subspecies of boa constrictor known for its striking red and black coloration. In the video, a Colombian Red Tail Boa named Lilo is introduced, and the hosts discuss her strength and unique camouflage abilities. The inclusion of the boa adds to the video's theme of exploring the diversity and adaptability of reptiles.

💡Educational Presentation

An educational presentation is an informative session designed to teach participants about a specific topic. In the video, the hosts engage in an educational presentation by Reptacular Animals, where they learn about various exotic animals and their behaviors. This concept is central to the video's theme, as it provides a platform for the hosts and viewers to gain knowledge about wildlife in an interactive and entertaining way.

💡Exotic Pets

Exotic pets refer to animals that are kept as companions but are not typically considered traditional household pets, such as reptiles, arachnids, and other unusual creatures. The video revolves around the theme of exotic pets, with Critter Christina bringing in a variety of such animals for the hosts to interact with and learn about. This concept is crucial to the video's content, as it explores the world of unconventional pets and their care, providing both entertainment and education.

Highlights

Critter Christina introduces herself as a handler for Reptacular Animals, bringing live animals for educational presentations.

The show begins with a special guest segment featuring various animals.

Chocolate and Chip, the hissing cockroaches, are introduced and are encouraged to be petted by the hosts.

Hissing cockroaches hiss from their 'belly buttons' instead of their mouths.

Gumby, the Australian tree frog, is presented, noted for his slimy and sticky skin due to drinking water through his skin.

Gumby might pee on the hosts, but it's part of their natural behavior.

Phoenix, the chatty bird, regurgitates as a sign of affection and tries to pluck at facial hair.

Eclipse, the Jenday conure, is more comfortable on hands and shoulders but is intimidated by Arin's hair.

Curly, the curly-haired pigeon, is a domesticated breed not found in the wild due to its poor flying ability.

Dexter, the chinchilla, can poop up to 500 times a day in small pellets.

Chinchillas take dust baths instead of water to avoid growing mold due to their dense fur.

Louisa, the Mexican red-knee tarantula, has fine hairs that can cause itching and sneezing when threatened.

Rojo, the Sinaloan milk snake, mimics the color pattern of the venomous coral snake but is harmless.

There's a rhyme to help differentiate between coral snakes and milk snakes: 'Red and yellow, kill a fellow; red and black, friend of Jack.'

405, the leopard tortoise, has a very ornate shell and can feel when it's being petted.

Lilo, the Colombian red tail boa, is a strong and muscular snake that can camouflage in two ways depending on the light.

Reptacular Animals offers services for parties and educational presentations and can be found on social media and their website.

The hosts interact with a variety of animals, showcasing their unique behaviors and characteristics.

Transcripts

00:00

[GRUNT]

00:01

[WHINE]

00:01

[STRUGGLING]

00:03

YE!

00:04

HIGH FIVE!

00:05

[DISTANT CRIES OF AN EAGLE]

00:06

[ARIN] Did you just poop on me?

00:07

[GENTLE GASP]

00:08

[DAN] Yeaaaah! [CHRISTINA] You got to poo!

00:10

🎵 [JAZZY TUNES] 🎵

00:22

[DAN] Hi~

00:23

[DAN WHEEZE LAUGHING AT HIS OVERLY SULTRY HI]

00:24

[ARIN] Don't-

00:25

[DAN LAUGHING HARDER ABOUT IT]

00:25

[A] I'll kill you.

00:27

[D] Hello.

00:28

And welcome to the 10 Minute Power Hour.

00:30

[A] Aw, man-

00:30

[D] My name is Da-

00:31

My name is Dan

00:33

And this is Arin.

00:33

And we're going to gently place everything

00:36

off the table today.

00:37

Don't.

00:37

'Cuz we've got a very special guest.

00:40

Actually many special guests.

00:41

[A] Like SO many guests today. Like-

00:43

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAT?

00:44

Come on in and join us.

00:45

[D] Welcome Critter Christina. [A] Critter Christina!

00:47

[D] Yeah! [A] Oh!

00:48

[CHRISTINA] I am a handler for Reptacular Animals.

00:51

I bring animals out to do parties

00:54

and educational presentations for children and adults.

00:57

[A] Hell yeah.

00:58

[D] I love it. I love it.

00:59

[A] I'm way into it.

01:00

Because we're going to see some an-

01:00

I already see some animals.

01:02

[D] This is amazing.

01:03

[A] Can we touch them?

01:04

[C] Yes! Absolutely!

01:05

Can I get my first set of animals?

01:06

[OFF-CAMERA] YES! [D] Yes, please.

01:07

[C] Alright.

01:08

[A] Okay. I want this to be as educational as possible.

01:11

Okay? I don't want this to be FUN.

01:13

[C] Alright. My first set of animals.

01:15

Their names are Chocolate and Chip.

01:18

Chocolate and chip are mad. I guess.

01:20

[A] OOOOOOOOO [C] They are Hissing Cockroaches.

01:22

You guys are welcome to pet them if you would like.

01:25

[A] Are they going to like...

01:26

[C] They're pretty chill. [D] Ahhh they're fine.

01:28

[C] Uhmm- What's interesting about them is that they're Hissing Cockroaches.

01:31

[A] Yeah. I've had them all over my face once.

01:33

[C] Oh really?

01:34

[A] Yeah.

01:34

[C] Was it... [D] That's /right/- for the tester!

01:36

[A] Yeah. [D] Oh my gosh.

01:37

[C] Would you like to put one on your shirt?

01:39

[A] On my shirt?

01:40

[C] Yeah! [A]Yeah, go ahead.

01:41

[C] So you're going to make like a little bed

01:42

right here underneath, so that if they fall off-

01:44

[A] Okay, like this?

01:45

[C] -they land in a little bed. [D] If you flex the peck.

01:45

[C] They hiss out of their little,

01:47

what I like to call, 'belly buttons'.

01:49

[A] oOOoh.

01:50

[C] Yeah. So instead of their mouth,

01:51

they hiss out of little holes in the sides of their bellies.

01:53

[A] Cool.

01:53

[D] You know, if you didn't call them cockroaches

01:56

I- I wouldn't know.

01:58

[C] Yeah. You would think they were kind of like...

01:59

beetles or something.

02:00

[D] I like them.

02:01

[C] Alright. [D] I've been won over.

02:03

[C] Alright. Let's get to a slimier animal.

02:06

[D] hOoh-kAy.

02:07

[D] OOoooooh. He's awesome!

02:09

[ARIN REACTING LIKE HE JUST WON MISS AMERICA]

02:10

[D] Look at him spilling over the sides.

02:12

[C] Yeah!

02:13

This is Gumby.

02:15

[D] Gumby 😭

02:15

[c] Gumby is an Australian tree frog.

02:18

[A] Is he a peein' or is he just wet?

02:19

[C] He's just kind of wet.

02:20

[A] Okay.

02:21

...He can pee on- If he wants.

02:22

He can pee.

02:22

[D] Arin, take it easy! [C] He might! He might pee on you!

02:23

[D] This isn't about your fetish! It's...

02:25

about learning.

02:26

They like to sit in the little leaves,

02:28

wait for the water to collect on the leaves,

02:30

and then drink the water.

02:31

[A] Same.

02:32

[C] But they don't drink the water the same way that we do.

02:35

They drink the water through their skin.

02:37

[A] Whoooa! [C] So that's why they're a little sticky and a little slimy.

02:40

[D] Ooo, it is sticky.

02:41

[A] When you give this boy a bath...

02:43

uh-

02:44

is he like, he like-

02:45

WHARRGARBL

02:46

[C] So just be aware he might peeeee

02:49

[A] YUS.

02:49

[C] -if he gets nervous.

02:51

The cutest thing that he does, he loves to eat.

02:54

[A] Oh, I love eating, dude. [GUMBY SQUEEKS]

02:56

This guy is my-

02:56

is my vibe.

02:57

Hey, bud, I'm talking about you.

02:58

[C] So the way that he eats is he opens his mouth really big,

03:01

and then he grabs it with his little sticky pads,

03:03

and then he stuffs it in his mouth.

03:05

[A] Can we do that?

03:06

[C] Uhm- I don't have anything for him to eat, unfortunately.

03:08

[C] Unless you guys have mice. [A] I brought Cheetos.

03:10

[A] Mice?!

03:11

[C] He can eat small pinkies.

03:13

He also eats roaches, small roaches.

03:17

[A] Oh, we have some roaches.

03:18

[D] Yeah, yeah!

03:18

[C] Not the big ones.

03:19

[D] Sorry, Chip... [C] They're about the same size as him.

03:21

[D] It's my time to shine.

03:23

[C] Yeah!

03:24

And then you just kind of want to

03:25

cup your hand underneath so that he--

03:26

[D] Feels comfortable?

03:27

[C] Yeah, so he doesn't fall off his head. [A] He's so little

03:28

[A] He's like, "What are you doing, man?"

03:31

[GUMBY, BY SEPHORA]

03:32

[C] All right, I'm going to grab him.

03:33

[D] Oh, I love him.

03:34

[A] He's like, "No, bro!"

03:35

Bro, I love their hands!"

03:37

[A] Do I have pee on me?

03:39

[D] Not many more than usual.

03:41

[A] Aside from the daily pee, they put on me.

03:43

Is there additional pee on me?

03:45

[D] I've never--

03:46

I like birds from a distance.

03:47

I've never gotten the hang of them.

03:49

I don't know how to interact with them in-

03:51

in person.

03:52

[C] They're very special creatures because

03:54

they're very particular.

03:55

They have such a personality.

03:57

Each one has a very unique personality.

03:59

Phoenix here.

04:00

Phoenix is very...

04:02

chatty.

04:03

He loves to regurgitate for people-

04:05

[A] Oh yeah. [C] So just like that.

04:07

[A] Same.

04:07

[C] Yeah, that means that he likes you guys.

04:10

They might try to kiss and pluck at your facial hair.

04:13

[A] Ohoho nice.

04:14

So I'm going to give you Phoenix.

04:16

I'm going to give you Eclipse.

04:20

[C] He says, 'that's a lot of hair'.

04:21

[D] What's happening?

04:23

Is he not feeling it?

04:24

[A] Yes-

04:25

[D] I'm sorry.

04:26

[D] I can- [C] I'm going to have you shake your arm out.

04:27

[D] I can do a ponytail.

04:29

[C] You can rest your- [D] He's trying to get as far from the hair as possible.

04:32

[D] I'm sorry, buddy.

04:33

[C] He says it's a lot, but this is Eclipse.

04:35

Eclipse is a Jenday conure.

04:37

Phoenix is a Sun conure.

04:39

Eclipse is a little bit of the nicer one.

04:41

So Eclipse likes to hang out on

04:42

new people's hands and shoulders,

04:44

but I guess he's a little intimidated by your hair.

04:46

[D] It's okay.

04:47

[C] Phoenix, as long as Eclipse is there,

04:49

he's comfortable with anything.

04:50

And the reason why they're brightly

04:51

colored is so that he can blend in

04:53

and camouflage with mangoes!

04:56

[A] I was thinking how delicious they look

04:57

but like, not-

04:58

Like, in a fruity way!

05:00

[C] Yeah, be like a fruity chicken.

05:01

[A] Yeah.

05:01

[D] Awww

05:02

[C] Let me switch over. [D] Cool guy!

05:03

[A] Can I--oh, okay.

05:04

[C] Yeah.

05:05

[D] I'm going to do a little of this....

05:06

[A] Eclipse is just like way into the Arin situation.

05:09

[C] There you go.

05:10

[D] Better? Better?

05:11

[C] Yeah, there you go.

05:12

If you make kissy noises at him

05:14

sometimes he'll bob his head

05:15

and that's his regurgitating motion.

05:16

[DAN IS ALL ABOUT THE KISSES]

05:19

[D] Want a barf for me?

05:21

Want to throw up for Daddy?

05:22

[A] I love when I move my hand a little bit,

05:24

I can feel the like--

05:25

HNNNNHNNG

05:25

the anxiousness of the grab.

05:27

Like 'no no no'

05:27

[D] Like- what are you doing?

05:28

[A] Wow, they love each other.

05:30

[D] Yeah, they really do like each other.

05:32

[D] That's so sweet.

05:33

[A] That is the cutest thing I've ever seen in my life.

05:34

[C] Yeah, okay, just wait for the next one!

05:36

The next one's name is Curly.

05:38

[A] Curly?

05:39

[D] Curly's a Hell Stallion.

05:41

[NEIGHS FIRE JUST LIKE A REAL HELL STALLION WOULD]

05:42

[D] Just a giant flaming horse.

05:45

All right, this is Curly.

05:47

[D] WHOA! [A] What the f-

05:47

[A] What the hey? [D] Look at you!

05:48

[C] Curly is a curly-haired pigeon.

05:51

So they are a type of fancy pigeon.

05:54

You're welcome to hold them, but just

05:55

be aware that she is going to try to

05:58

flap out of your hands.

05:59

So you want to hold them kind of like a football.

06:01

One thumb over the other, over their wings.

06:04

[A] How am I- oh...

06:05

[D] Like a football, Arin.

06:06

[C] Like a football, there you go.

06:07

[D] And then- [C] There you go.

06:08

[D] Reel back with your strong arm.

06:09

[ GENTLE YEET ]

06:10

Nice, tight spiral.

06:12

[A] I like the--

06:13

guhguh

06:13

[C] Yeah!

06:14

[A] The steady-cam action going on.

06:15

[C] So, Curly-haired pigeons are a interesting breed of pigeon.

06:19

They are domesticated, which means that

06:21

you're not going to find them in the wild.

06:22

[A] Okay-

06:23

[C] They're not a wild pigeon because

06:25

they would have a really hard time flying

06:26

and getting away from predators.

06:28

[A] I feel bad for this little guy.

06:29

She's like, shaking. Am I-

06:30

[D] I'm like, "Curly, /please/ 💩 on Arin.

06:32

PLEASE.

06:33

I'm begging you.

06:34

[D] Is that shaking because she's very happy?

06:38

[C] Yeah, let's go with that.

06:39

[D] mmkay...

06:39

Yeah, shaking is kind of like a

06:41

"I'm so happy, I really want to peck you."

06:43

[WISHES TO ASSERT DOMINANCE IN THE PECKING ORDER]

06:43

[A] Wow. [D] Okay, cool.

06:44

[C] Yeah.

06:45

[C] She really is beautiful.

06:46

I don't know if you can see it on the camera,

06:47

but she has these green and purple feathers.

06:49

Can you see them?

06:50

[A] Yeah, it's- it's like iridescent.

06:51

[D] Oh-

06:51

[DAN FUMBLES THE FANCY PIGEON]

06:52

[CHRISTINA INTERCEPTS CURLY]

06:52

[DEFENSE HAS THE BIRD]

06:53

[D[ Hohoho!

06:54

Not so fast, Curly.

06:55

[CHRISTINA SETTING UP FOR THE THROW]

06:56

Not today, Satan.

06:57

[I AM GOOGLING ALL OF THESE SPORTS TERMS]

06:58

[A] Another delicious-looking bird.

07:00

[C] Yes.

07:01

[A] But not in the bird way.

07:02

It looks like a- like a-

07:03

[A] -coffee. [D] She's just-

07:04

[A] If I was an animal in one of these, like-

07:06

arrays, I'd just be living it up.

07:08

Just let me sit in your hand.

07:10

[D] That- that was like the frog.

07:12

[A] Yeah~

07:12

[D] I'm just going to pee right here.

07:15

[D] Oooh, my man!!!

07:17

I love these.

07:18

I used to have one.

07:19

They are the best.

07:20

[C] So, this is Dexter.

07:22

Dexter is a Chinchilla.

07:24

One of the most fun facts that I like to

07:27

tell people about chinchillas is that they

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can poop up to 500 times a day.

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[D] They sure can.

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[A] YES.

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That is my animal right there.

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[C] Yeah.

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They're really small pellets

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so you just kind of brush them off to the side.

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So, what I like to do is

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occasionally I like to put them on kids' heads.

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So, if you guys would like to, you are welcome to do that

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or you guys can just hold them in your hand.

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So, you're going to tilt your chin right now.

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[A] Oh, I thought you were talking about the poop.

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[C] Oh.

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Well, he might poop in your hair!

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[D] Mhm

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It's fine.

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[C] There you go.

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[D] I haven't felt this in so long.

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[C] Alright- I am going to... scooch you.

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[D] When I was-

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When I was a kid, I had one.

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uhm-

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His name was Dustin

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[D] because- [C] Dustiiiiin 💖

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[D] I had just seen Hook.

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And so, it was named after Dustin Hoffman.

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[C] But it kind of works because

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they are an animal that-

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[C] -likes dust! [D] The dust baths, yeah!

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[C] Yeah!

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[D] And they take these little dust baths, like-

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Like, they hate water, right?

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[C] Mhm! [D] Yeah.

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[C] Uhm- Not so much that they hate water

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but they just cannot get wet.

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[D] Right.

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[C] The reason why they cannot get wet

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is because their hair is so dense,

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so thick that if they were to get wet,

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they would grow mold.

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[A] Oh- [D] Yes.

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[D] Oh, is that why? [A] Yeah.

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[A] Did you just poop on me?

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[ARIN GASPS WITH CHILD-LIKE WONDER]

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[C] Oh, did you get a poo?

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[D] Yeaaaaah! [C] You got a poop!

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[VANESSA] Do you want one on your head?

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[A] Bro-

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Oh, on my head?

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[C] Yeah.

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[A] uh-

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He just pooped, so...

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[C] Well, then he won't poop in the next second.

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[POOP HITS THE TABLE SOUNDING LIKE A GLASS BEAD]

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[C] Alright.

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[A] Oh, his little whiskers are tickling me.

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[D] Yeah.

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[D] Please poop on his head.

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God- if there's a god in the sky!

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[A] 500 of these?!

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[D] 500. [C] Yuup!

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[A] That's like- that's like the old proverb where it's like

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"Oh, one rice a day, that doubles every day."

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[IT WAS NOT A PROVERB]

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[A] 500 is like day 20.

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[D] Yeah, yeah.

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[D] Arin, please remove the feces from the table.

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[A] No.

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[D] This is- this is different for me.

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This-this one--

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[C] You're going to meet another fuzzy creature.

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[A] Mhmm...

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[C] This is Louisa

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Louisa is a Mexican red-knee tarantula.

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[A] So cute.

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[C] You guys are welcome to either

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hold her or, just like the chinchilla,

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she can sit on your head.

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[A] Not the head one. [C] Like a beret!

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[A] I will- I will opt out of the head one

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but I will hold the creature.

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[C] But we don't pet her.

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[A] Okay.

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[C] The reason why we don't pet her is because of her hairs.

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So she has all these tiny little fine hairs,

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and what she does is if she feels threatened or scared,

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she's going to take her back legs,

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and she's going to swipe them on her abdomen,

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and she's going to swipe them on you to make you itchy,

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sneezy, and uncomfortable.

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[A] It's kinda like her own pepper spray.

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[C] Kind of like her own pepper spray, that's right.

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[D] May I go first, Arin?

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[A+C] Yeah. [D] Because this is, in many ways.

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a nightmare for me,

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and I want to get it over quickly.

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Okay...

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[C] Yeah, so I'm going to have her move very slowly on to you.

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[A] So you're saying she's terrifying.

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Everything about holding her is dangerous.

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[C] Naaah, she's a sweetheart.

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Whenever you're ready, we can transfer her back to my hand

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[C] Whenever you feel comfortable. [D] Okay.

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[V] Dan, do you want her on your head?

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[D] Vanessa, what the f--k?

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[D] Alright, let's do it.

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[D] Am I the prettiest princess in the ball? [A] Uh oh-

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[D] Don't say uh-oh, Arin.