finally opening up about growing up/my insane dad.
Hello. Last week I sat down and filmed a end-of-year. Recap, video, I sat down and I talked about the entire, year, of 2017. And how I felt about everything, definitely, the most emotional. Video I've ever filmed and also the longest I ended up having like four hours of footage and I spent the week editing it and trying to like condense it down and, put all the pictures and videos and all that kind of stuff on the screen and as you guys know I'm not a fucking, youtuber, I don't edit things I hate things that are big productions, like if it needs anything more than a jump cut I'm having a mental breakdown that video is taking a little bit longer than expected but it is definitely well worth the wait and I really want every single person who subscribed to me to watch it because it's such an emotional video and I talk about everything, I talk about like my breakup, my meeting and dating bella thorne I talk about every, scandal I've ever had ever I cry about my best friend dying like it is like the longest most emotional, intense insane video of my life and I can't wait for it to come out but it's taking forever so me being the caring. Kind humble. Incredible. Known individual. That I am I decided that in the meantime I would film something shorter easier to edit and put it out there for you guys so you have some content, to enjoy while you wait because I love you but I can assure you while you're waiting it is worth the wait but here's a video to hold you over in the meantime I decided upon sitting down today that I wanted, the video that, I'm filming, to, be something reminiscent, of my very, old content. Because I know that you guys love that and I've really been trying to make my channel a mixture of new fun funky, things that I'm doing and obviously story, times and just talking, content, that you guys love so much today's video, is actually so. Fucking. Random I've had this video idea conceptualized. Written, in my notes for over, a year now and I've just never gotten around to filming it because I didn't know what's a title it I still, don't know what I'm gonna title it it's not a story, time it's definitely scatterbrained. But I think it could be a funny concept and eventually, a start, of a series so last night I was at it was at my ex Hunter's house I'll link our ex tag below you guys should check it out and I was telling him a really fucked up story about, my dad for my childhood, but like obviously. At this point of, me being 19, I've been moved out for like four years my relationship, with my parents is not like a little bit better my dad still definitely crazy and fucking off his rocker and I need to film an entire video about my childhood, but uh the, like fucked up shit that would happen to me or like the stupid, shit that my parents would do now it's very easy for me to last that because I feel like I've grown up and like learned from it I wouldn't be where I am or the way I am if it wasn't for it you know what I mean like they fucking suck definitely, not good parenting skills, but it's funny to look back on anyways, I was telling him this story about my dad growing up and I was like dying laughing like I couldn't even get the story out with a crying of laughter, and so I wrote it down at my notes like I remembered that I had this video idea the video idea basically is I've been telling you guys as I started my youtube channel clearly, by the way that I am I'm sure that most people whether they hate me or love me can come to the overall consensus, that I was not raised, normally.
Haha, If, you've ever seen my dad in any of my vlogs huge, shameless. Self-promotion, scribe to my vlog channel my vlogs are like incredible, not to suck my own dick but every time he's in my blog he's literally saying some like crazy shit everyone knows him as like being just not like they're like crazy I literally could foresee my dad in five years being like one of the homeless people on Hollywood Boulevard and I actually tweeted that once and people were like that's so fucked up like you should help him what they didn't realize is I don't mean he's gonna be homeless and I'm not gonna help him I could offer him like 20 grand like he wouldn't want it he wouldn't want to be like one of the streets he was like want to experience that he would want to like talk to walls like he's. Like they're like he like runs a business he like raised. Me. So. Basically I just started every time I remember something, like fucked. Up or just off about my childhood, or things that my dad would, do I look back on now and I'm like that's not right most. People, never went through that most people's parents didn't do that I would write it down I eventually made, a list and so today I'm just gonna be reading you that list I'm just gonna be telling you a little bit about some of the things that my dad did while, I was growing up this is definitely a very light-hearted and comedic video I definitely do need to make like a dark like dark. Video, of my childhood, and that kind of stuff but obviously that is a lot more mentally exhausting, and would have to be very well thought out and would definitely make some of my family members hate me or haven't gotten around, today's video is just gonna be fucking we're gonna laugh at my fucked up childhood together. Without further ado I'm just gonna get into this video because it doesn't make sense to me either but if you are here it would mean the world to me if you subscribed, and you click that little bell to turn your notifications on, because judging, by how many times I've already said fuck in this video you and I both know YouTube is not gonna recommend this to anyone so I'm counting on your little notification bells, like I said earlier subscribe to my vlog Channel I have been putting out amazing. Content on my vlog channel like hilarious, I uploaded five videos, on that channel this week five videos like five videos. On my Twitter and my snapchat and all this I was gonna be below I'm gonna shut the fuck up let's get into the video okay so, the. First one all. I wrote was. Dark. Instead. Of air conditioning. So. Every day I would get home from school and this was probably in like second. Third fourth grade you guys probably don't know this but growing up the way that like my family, had a source of income my entire life was my dad ran his own swimming, pool cleaning, business and he likes old businesses and we'd moved like all that that's another video I'm probably gonna say that sentence a lot in this video I grew up living in Vegas and as you guys know Vegas is one of the hottest cities in the fucking world so my dad was working every single day and like 110. Degree heat especially, in like the summertime, you know what I mean so he would come home every day with like heat exhaustion I like grew up all the time to him like having heat stroke like having to drink Pedialyte 24/7, but with working in the heat every day you get very accustomed, to it so when you're working in the heat all the time you don't like cold, environment. When you get home you don't want to put the house on like 65, degrees even though it's a hundred and fifteen in Vegas so only other normal, person wouldn't want their house on like 65, 67, 68 but someone who works in the heat 24/7.
Doesn't, Want their house to be that cold so everyone, else in my house 24/7. In the summertime would have to like suffer, and be like hot in the house 24/7, because my dad would not let the air conditioning go under like 75. 75, air conditioning in Vegas, in like the dead heat you might as well have the fucking heat on I started, complaining about this 24/7, and so my dad every, when I would get home from school. At. This time this was like the nicest house we ever lived in it wasn't like that nice but it was like the nicest one, and then like from there was like downhill and pours fuck so it was like a pretty big house like he would go through the house and. He, would like shut all of the blinds and like put blankets, over the windows. In. This old two-story house I would make the whole house like like pitch black and, so I would get home from school and it'd be like 2 p.m. and like I'd want to bring my friends over, the. Entire, house, would just be pitch black and, then there was this one computer, room that he could make like extra, pitch white like fucking, dark as fuck so he would be in this like extra blacked-out. Room, and then because, of hot air rises. Lay. On the floor like in the lake shag, carpet, we had like fuzzy, eyes come he. Made like enough money at this point of life to like easily, use the air conditioning, but instead, of using the air conditioning he prefers like cooling off organic, beef wouldn't be making, the house pitch-black and laying on the floor so that I would bring my friends, over. In, this like pitch black oh, I'd. Like to be able like a Wednesday every. Day for like months and then if I like what it's like do my homework, or like use the light like there would be no light and then if you like open the window the house would get hot I mean like close the fucking window like. Just. In the air and then I was like but Dad I need to do my homework and this is why I'm high school, drop. Of next thing my dad is obsessed with. Eggs. He, goes around 24/7. And is like God thank, the chicken. You. Know mah reez brand new like my dad literally says like we need to be good to chickens, and gaps I'm not kidding you a next-level. Obsessed, with eggs and milk he goes to the store he was like four gallons of milk and we'll finish this he. Like walks around the house the gallon, of milk like shirtless, beer belly like the gallon of milk. Perfect we go to Starbucks, and he's like can I get a fancy ass milk, and they're like okay do you wanna Gary free like nonfat he's like whole we. Went to Nobu, I took my dad to Nobu, for Christmas, and he was like can I get up milk just, like he's like a milk we're sitting at dinner on Christmas Eve he's like let me do a toast and everyone has like glasses full of champagne. My. Dad is just at the head of the table with a gallon of milk why thank Jesus for the chickens. He. Like loves eggs so growing up I would dread. Why God why why is this my life when my dad would cook especially, when like my friends would come over my dad would cook my dad would cook his breakfast lunch dinner whatever because, first of all this is just a complete side note his thing is like concoction. Gosh. Where he would like mix. Grapes. Avocados. Like chicken, like eggs like last night's like rice pilaf and like honey like in a bowl I made you. His. Thing for like years though it was just seeing, what he could crack an egg over or put honey on like how far he could take it really Connie on the eggs which first of all what the fuck I remember, one day I got a friend over and we come downstairs for breakfast like my friends spent the night which were so just spending the night I was like I'm sorry wake. Up another day my, dad is cooking breakfast I'm like god fucking damn it mom like you don't have a job but you couldn't have just gotten up and like made the one friend I brought over for the one time like fucking, pancakes we, walked down into the kitchen my dad skillett. Still. It's. Always in a skillet dude like anything, can be made.
Looks, Like a dirty ass pouring that like has not been washed that he's like licking so. In the skillet he takes a like last night's spaghetti that my mom spaghetti. You it like it's already so. And. It's breakfast, it's like 10 a.m. me and my friend are both like we're gonna spaghetti, we're beggars like that within itself is so yeah, and so I'm sitting there complaining and my dad's except you're fucking complaining T kids in Africa, they don't eat. So. Then he gets out eggs. And. He cracks, the eggs over. The spaghetti and. Spaghetti. And. Covers, it in jaimé, jaimé. Covers. It. I. Think brings the bowl over to me and my friend my friends like not eating it and in front of my friend he's like y'all are fucking, ungrateful. Just, letting you know that would happen every, day for my entire life like my dad would be cooking something but just would be like the most fun appetizing. Incompetent, inhumane, like meal that like dog should me and then like screaming I'm he really not, eating like everything, the way it was prepared, he's like go to the bathroom like not wash his hands like cook he'd like kill a bug with his fingers I keep cooking and he would make toast and burn it until it was like black and then like bring it over me me like here's your breakfast and I'd be like dude are you fucking kidding me keep like scrape off the black shit. Another thing about my dad that could be an entire, video is in itself his favorite thing in this world the thing that he thrives off of the absolute. Most is talking, to strangers, if you go anywhere, with him he does not want to talk to you he wants to walk up to random people it's never like people that want to talk to him either like he'll walk up someone who's like ordering at Starbucks me bill I like his shoes like where are you from like I'm from Vegas I believe your. Restaurants. Would like walk over to people sitting at tables and just like, I see you got on a duck hat like are you a fan of that team like I play basketball. Any. Tall, man ever if they're over like 511 like, did you play above the rim did you play basketball I was a Mac you've all go going anywhere with him is absolutely, miserable because you can't age you're embarrassed about it's embarrassing, as fuck like my mom who's married in my dad wouldn't go look anywhere, with him for like years like that's how embarrassing it is my friends won't go anywhere with my dad you then you're stuck there talking, to these random people like if you go anywhere with him your choices are either like be completely isolated.
And Alone or talk to him and whatever stranger, he is like flagged, it down every time the stranger standing there is like aha like okay I'm gonna going my kids he's like not white people, laugh at him like of course they're laughing at you like you're this psycho like man he, doesn't understand the concept at all of anyone, laughing at him like he thinks every single person ever is laughing with him and then he's like the funniest person on this planet so he talks to people and he's as crazy as humanely possible until they laugh at him and then he thinks that they're laughing with him and he like thinks he's a comedian it's like a whole thing imagine growing up like that like being like 11 and 12 and going through malls and your dad. To. Strangers, poor like ah ha or like. Like. Scarring. Come, on to this were like any boys who bring home any people you bring home he's the most like theatrical. Like insane, embarrassing. Obnoxious. Human I've ever met and that is coming from me I'm probably the most theatrical. Insane embarrassing, human you've ever seen like I am like sane compared, to this man so one of the things that my dad does frequently, is if he sees a bigger girl and he, thinks that they look pregnant. He will walk up to them and be like so, you're pregnant when are you expecting what are you doing what's the baby's name like where are you from you got a husband he's gonna be in your life you're too young you shouldn't be fucking don't, make any other kid you make any other kids you're not gonna be able to afford it and so one day we were in forever 21 and imagine this for me now - like when fans come up to me he like does these things - like fans if I'm with them which is just like instant, so. He takes me to the mall because I need like a $3 pair of leggings and that was also just so dreadful like getting my dad to take me anywhere to get anything I needed and my mom had so much social anxiety growing up that she wouldn't drive cars she wouldn't go anywhere I had to rely on this insane, man to like do things for me and like getting him to even take me would take like days of begging and then the entire experience is miserable because walking through the mall if I see a friend he's gonna embarrass the fuck out of me any person we see he's gonna embarrass the fuckin I mean he's not gonna talk to me the entire time while simultaneously. Embarrassing, the fuck out and so we're in this repertory one and I'm like looking for a pair of leggings and he's just like make sure it covers your asshole, Tanna like loudest walk in the store like everyone's staring embarrassing, his shit he finally finds like a forever 21 worker, who's like minding her own business folding, clothes and again he likes thrives off of this like a random person who's clearly in solitude, doesn't want to talk to anyone unless they have to he finds them Flags them down and starts a conversation with, them this day don't want to be having and I don't want to be therefore I just want to pay I shall leave he walks up to this girl who is clearly like not pregnant. Like she's just like slim thick like literally, like my build and he walks up her and he's like so anyways Maxine did, you like what she's like folding me leggings she wink away he's like the baby and my goal is to like like touch her stomach, like her baby but he thinks is that like what is wrong with you and I'm just watching this happen room for him like oh my god I can't pay I don't have a debit card I don't have money I have to wait on this man and so she's like expecting.
What And he's like a baby and like before she can even talk he's like you're pregnant feels like you're in high school like you should be red gray not procreating are using condoms like why are you letting people like um and you like like P probably didn't say coming you but like like I'm gonna afford that like you're working it for everyone that you make $25, to this random, girl and the girls are circling. It's. Clear, that this girl's about to start like crying as what any normal, human being, and I walk over the ground I'm like I'm so, sorry for my dog he's like I just hop she was right. For, me to check you I'm just like no it's fine like I'll check myself out I will never forget, this moment like forensic, ly apologizing, to this forever 21 worker, because I feel so, horrible my dad has no concept, of like offending, people he's like she's just like st. City of Light and what's funny is things like this what happened to me. 24/7. Another very, random, tidbit, which is just so fucking, weird, he doesn't really watch that, much TV and, if he does watch TV it's like Deadliest, Catch because, he loves fishing or survivor because he wants to like be on Survivor and be on an island and like eat bugs and have. No electricity, that's what I mean by like the homeless thing on Hollywood Boulevard the key would like to thrive off of that we're like Chelsea Handler, because she's like vulgar as fuck and like obviously hocked it and the old show mash Google, mash just google it just open a new tab right out and search mash it's like a show about people in like the Vietnam War and he was like in the Vietnam War so you like resonated with this show watch like one of those five shows like every day on TV but here's the kicker, he. Would watch them on, mute. My. Dad from like being in like the war I guess being old I don't know hates any loud, noises any loud music he's, obsessed, with watching, TV on mute and like reading, people's, mouths by. Just conceptualising. An idea of like what he thinks they're saying what he thinks, is going on and if anyone, wanted to watch TV in the house ever, it would be like volume 2 or like on me like he would make me watch like the Kardashians, on mute and then figure it out like. At night like when he was sleeping, people would turn the volume up to like a 7 he was like comes storming, down the stairs like are y'all fucking kidding me you might as well be blaring, music miserable. Like imagine, growing up like poorest fuck like you hate your family like they're fucking psychotic. And the only escape you have in this like sad life is a little TV in the living room and thank you gotta watch that shit on mute, you. Come to school the next day and all your friends are like did you see that episode of like oh. Yeah. This. One was right before I moved out I'm like more so when I realized growing, up I feel like from being like a toddler, to like now my dad got like progressively, more, laufes rocker which that's usually how people go this was one of the moments before moving out like I was probably like 16 where I was like dude.
Where. I lived the last like five years before growing up was just kind of like a ghetto, word cheaper, area of like Henderson, Nevada in this little like duplex, with like my parents and it was a two-bedroom, and my parents wouldn't sleep in the same bed so high there my mom and my dad would like sleep on the couch every night I would sleep on the couch it was dirty and just dead oh and like he still lives there like going there it's just that's. A whole another video over than its up but a lot of our neighbors were very like ghetto neighbors that would move in and out like drug dealers like all that kind of stuff often because people are always moving out and they're just ghetto people and that's just kind of the way like complexes, like this work I don't know people throw out their trash in front of their house like they have big piles of trash in front of like every single thing like right before trash, day my dad loves, to, see these piles of trash and just kind of like. I. Can't what everybody's, I'm, actually like really embarrassed. Love is like making one man's trash like his dress if. He can find like a shitty, used furniture, item that someone like put out I was gonna get rid of and he can make make it his own he is on Cloud fucking, 9 a while ago he would do this like on foot and then one day he saw that someone was getting rid of. Story. This is just a detail he's solving, a family, was getting rid of and throwing away like I couldn't a mage girl's bike. Jesus. Christ. And so it's like teal and like covered in like black flowers. Like it is like a teenage, like a 14 year old girls like bite and the family's like already moved but to him this is. Solid. Gold he gets this teenage girls bike and he starts, riding it around the complex like every day so now he has like I think a vehicle. Like. Six months three like big man make a shirtless, like, beer belly shirtless, like gallon, of milk like. So, one day he sees in someone's, trash like, piles, of, wood unused. Like shapes, of wood keep in mind how insane you have to be to have this thought other side note one is shaped like a triangle and, one is shaped like half of a circle I'm gonna get a photo don't fuck don't you fucking worry and he looks at those two like random, they're not touching each other than not together pieces, of wood but it's shaped like half of a triangle and half of a circle and he's like that. Looks like a boat to me. They're. The big boats out there and he loves the beach and he loves fishing and Deadliest, Catch on mute and fucking, boats and like the, sea is like, imagining.
On His back. I. Love trash ten minutes from home like deep in the complex he picks, up the two giant, wooden planks now magical, buddy, this. Is not a real video like holy fuck, he's fucking. Jay. That. You found in someone's trash and he's like I'm gonna make a sculpture out of that's for our home, oh. And, that's what I was like yep my first Adsense check I'm moving the fuck out but uh so then for the next like four days. Like. Every day when he gets home from work the first thing he does is he's in the garage like, sanding. Wood. I'm. So sorry and he's getting like dick string, that's like actually for, boats and like sails that are actually, for boats keep in mind these things are also like expensive, and then I'm like dad can I go to the dentist and he's like we don't have that money move and. You build this like giant like I'm talking like it's. A like, probably. Like as tall as me sculpture. Of a boat. And. Like it hangs it on the wall in our house. Wooden. Boat and it literally looks like he just pieced together like, someone's trash because he did and I hung it on our wall and every day just like I love my boat my, boob I, told, you earlier in the video that he hates loud noises that, obviously, rules out all music. In the car and if it is music in the car it's like vemos honky-tonk, like country. Horrible. Fucking, Jimmy Buffett's first album, Bob Dylan, acoustic. Unwritten, but actually he doesn't really like music that much because again like loud noise like triggers him you know what I mean like insert this lip of a Marty's blog today where we were playing loud music in the car my dad is literally plugging, his ears so. My dad loves the noise that, the window, makes when, you roll it down a little bit on the freeway, like. Everywhere. We would go in the car for years, of my life like it could be a hundred and fifteen degrees outside in Vegas when it's like 115. Degrees outside the car melts, your chap sticks like the seat belt things can give you like third-degree burns if you cracked an egg on top of a car it would boil like people do that like if you leave a water bottle in the car the water bottle will melt if you leave a dog in a car for like 20 minutes it will die that's how hot it is in Las Vegas my dad's like get in the car leather seats they're fucking like burning, you know air-conditioning you get on the freeway just did your fucking hair like you're going to school roll the windows out like bugs and your fucking teeth your hair is just fucking like well.
You Just listen for 30 minutes to like he's. Like driving under the fucking speed limit cussing out other drivers, because they're going around him because like he's a fucking grandpa well he's like fighting with you because he hates all technology. Because he's like a pioneer, man and doesn't like the voice that like Google Maps makes so everywhere, he goes he has this giant unfold. Abou like giant. Map of Las Vegas and if you want to go anywhere he's gonna sit there and map out and write down the directions like one by one he has to pull out this giant map and like write out directions and the entire way is like I don't know where to get off like I wrote this keep in mind he also runs a swimming, pool cleaning business so every single day has to drive to like 20 locations and this is how he like gets around and functions I could do this for hours if you guys want this to be a series please tell me in the comments below because I think that this is like my form of therapy absolutely. Growing up hated, selfies. I grew up in like the snapchat, millennial era where 24/7, me and all my friends are like and. So every, single time anyone would raise up their arm like this like take a selfie he would like bat your phone on your hand like my friend like people like who don't even know him why are you taking selfies, my guy was taking pictures of yourself garlic so fucking stupid in the car he would literally would stop driving like I can't drive while your arms up like that like you're giving me so much anxiety would, get like legitimately, furious, and like scream. Out he is a ten-dollar flip phone like every day is like I wish I could just write postcards to people and what's funny is like when I first started youtubing, I would vlog on my phone like that and every time I would lift up my phone to vlog like that he would scream out I had like hundreds, of clips of him be like stop fucking vlogging like wouldn't even let me talk in my vlog wherever we were going and he had to like take me everywhere because my mom wouldn't take me anywhere I had to rely on him I couldn't Drive every time I had to vlog he would like back my phone on him and like make me stop I would tell me every day like YouTube's going nowhere you're never gonna make any money let's go work two jobs you would like walk to my old jobs and like beg my old managers, take me back and shit we like walk into my new work I'm gonna get four more hours like. Second, I started making YouTube monies like give your dad some like, come on tanda like I took care of you I raised you and I'm like. Well. I guess another, really quick one is like growing up as you guys know I have such a fucked up nose and growing up I would always have like nosebleeds, I've told you guys I'll link my nose story. Below, but as you guys know the main reason I got no surgeries because I grew up having horrible horrible, nose week my nose would bleed out of my eyes my nose would bleed out of my mouth my nose would bleed out of my ears if you don't believe me you can google it like when your sinus tract fills up with blood like it has nowhere else to go so I would spit up like giant, blood clots 24/7, like it was actually really really bad my parents never really did anything for it because like we were poor and their life theory was like your nose is bleeding because you you're stressed out your nose is bleeding because you cried yesterday, your nose is leaving because it's hot but like make the house dark and you'll be fine like oh my, god my childhood was so fun every time i nose would bleed in public, instead of handling it like a normal person my dad would start like freaking out but never freaked out enough to like fix it or like get me surgery or take me to a doctor just freak out in the moment and wherever we were would take his shirt off then we could be like a movies either like a mall like anywhere I'd be like blade into this blade into like.
Imagining, A little child whose face is just gushing, blood and people are just staring at you like oh my god it's not like demon exorcism, child's okay and you're like in public and you're shirtless, father is like. What. The fuck and this would have happened like frequently. Like where I went and so for the final story this was the ones that I was telling last night to Hunter the reason I was inspired, to film this video Hunter was like telling me about like something growing up that had to do with his parents and wheat and I was like dude that reminds, me of a really fucked up story and. Like it's funny to me but it's definitely you like fucked up like I think people gonna watch this and be like you. Good girls oh I was in high school and this was like right before I dropped out so every, morning like every day I would be like I'm not going to school I don't want to go cuz I wanted to drop out I didn't want to be that every day my parents would like try to wake me and get me to go to school and that's an entire other video the psycho, shit I would do to like get out of school if you guys want to see that I can also film that they would come my room every day and like bang the door down take the locks off rip the fucking covers off like pour water on me be screaming because they would have to go to the extend and these measures to like get me to go to like a daily, routine I was so used to every morning waking up screaming because, I didn't want to go to school one night my friend Bella spent the night and it's so crazy because like Bella would just like live through this like as if these were like her parents like she was so fine with like my psycho family which is really like funny I feel like that is what makes us like best friends at the time Bella spent the night and we wake up at like it's like 9:30 and school starts at 8:00 and I'm like super, disoriented, and confused as, fuck because like where are my parents like they should have been in my room screaming like 2 and 1/2 hours ago and so I get up and I walk downstairs I'm like like what the fuck they're wise no one went kid and screaming me like I'm not going to fucking school the day like, I'm gonna go get high with my friends oh my god like excited, and I'm walking down the stairs and my mom is walking up the stairs and she's like scream, crying she's.
Like. What the fuck is going on like what like what's wrong. Dude. And she's like. Tiny. I mean I was like fucking fifty five a psycho, in rage like Vietnam, man like this is very believable so I'm like okay like oh my god so I walk back upstairs and I go tell Bella and I'm like bawling my something magenta video or anything I don't know what to do it oh my god because obviously even, though this man is fucking psycho and deranged in my life would have been like 100 percent better without him no offense sorry that love you oh that's, sad like you think your dad's dying you're like fucking 15 years old like you know what I mean my mom's like talking about there's no convinces she's like on the phone like calling 9-1-1 like, hello like i live it like that it I'm like my husband's having guards I'm I'm like freaking the fuck out like I'm like hyperventilating crying, Bella's, like freaking out Bella's crying we like walk downstairs my dad's like. Straining, so fucked up but you understand, why I'm laughing at the end of the story I promised, my dad's like on the floor like those like fucking like commercials. Like. Like. Having, a heart attack and so that I'm like on the floor like screaming. I'm. Here I'm like 15 years old I always knew my dad's old like you have to repair yourself it out but I didn't think it was gonna be like you know like this like early, he's like I'm having are exactly everything's gonna be okay feeling I love you if I die I'm like I see the light. I'm. Like bawling, my eyes up but I think I'm he's also being like y'all shouldn't stress me out if I wake up everyday like maybe if I, wake you up every day like this I killed, my father, Oh. Giant. Production at, the motion, sensor, the 9-1-1 comes, the ambulance comes, like EMTs, come up the stairs my. Put. Him on a stretcher like, rolling, the stretcher, down my stairs he's a colleague. Put. Him in the ambulance and, so we're all standing outside the quran me and built all the ghetto neighbors, that all obviously, know my dad because any chance that they walk out of their house to their cars he is stopped them at one point to fucking talk to them about their babies or their careers, in their life so everyone knows him is like crazy man by the way my dad goes my cowboy not richard his name's richard couldn't tell you why he, won't go by richard like he goes by cowboy so everyone, else it was like crazy old man cowboy. Everyone's. Coming out of their house like crazy you'll make it like is he okay I'm. Standing, there McDowell. Is crying my mom is crying and so the EMT, guy puts, my dad up to like an EKG machine and they're checking his vitals like they're being frantic as fuck like they think he's having a heart attack and the second that they put the EKG up to him maybe MT instantly, it just goes from like frantic, to like sir all, your vitals are completely, fine like if anything you're in incredible, health I don't know what's going, on like you might just be like freaking, out like let's calm down longer my dad's like no I'm having a heart attack I swear I'm having. Well. You're definitely not. I. Mean. Sir like we can take you to the hospital but like an ambulance ride is like three grand like you might want to think it out and so my dad instantly, goes from this complete, state, of like frantic. And it's like freaking, the fuck out like seizing, she's just sitting up at me like you know what I did smoke this new crazy weed this morning like it was probably laced with heroin like back in Vietnam like we smoked crazy weed all the time there was like laced with shit like I'm just high as fuck just.
Gets. Up, perfectly. Fine and goes back upstairs and just continue smoking more of this weed, so. The ambulance people drive away and all the neighbors are like what fuck, they do they go back in their houses my mom and I are my big heart tears needless, to say I got to miss school that day so I think that I'm gonna end this video what. Did that story what's funny is while filming this video I literally, thought of like a hundred and ten more things that I could continue, to make this a series out of I actually have a really funny one that has to do with the dentist in this cavity that happened the other day if you guys want this to become a series let me know in the comments below I hope you got some form of joy, out of my agonizing. Agonizing. Miserable. Miserable youth, and teenage, years and childhood if you have been watching me since the beginning you know why my very first Adsense check the first thing I did was move out and what's crazy is this video is even the half of it this video, is like the good side of my dad like the funny side that's like tolerable. All of these horrible things you just heard that's like his good side that was mixed with him being an absolutely, horrible crazy psycho, like screaming, like abusive. Parent, so, yeah I hope you guys make. Sure to subscribe follow all of my social media in the description below subscribe, to my vlog channel if you want to see real life live, footage, of my psycho father and parents and my upcoming Hawaii. Move like a short film for my main channel and it's like very cinematic but also very funny very high quality I've been working on that every night until like 5 a.m. for the past week you guys are gonna love that but in that video you will definitely see some crazy excerpts. Of how my, dad acts so, I'm excited for you guys to see that yeah I love you guys so much and I will talk to you in the next video I hope you enjoyed this old-school Tanna, style ramble, you what the fuck stay tuned for my end of your recap because I literally only filmed this video because it's taking me so long to edit that video and I'm so proud of it and excited for you guys to see that but yeah I'm gonna shut the fuck up now and I will talk to you guys in the next video bye.