COLLEGE KIDS GUESS THAT SOUND CHALLENGE (REACT)

COLLEGE KIDS GUESS THAT SOUND CHALLENGE (REACT)

August 15, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


– WHAT… THE HELL…
is this game?! – These are fancy.
Do we get to keep this? ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) We have a
Guess That Sound Challenge for you today. – Guess That Sound!
– Whoa. – Oh, oh.
It sounds like me winning right now.
– Whoa. – (FBE) So, you guys can actually
go ahead and put on your headphones. – Whoa, these are… fancy headphones. (chuckles)
– (laughs) Right. – These are dope.
So sleek. – (FBE) These are
Dolby Dimension headphones. Its feature that you’re noticing,
Dolby LifeMix, gives you control over what you’re hearing.
You can choose to hear only the audio that we’ll be
playing for you, or you can make sure you’re hearing
what’s going on around you as well. – WHAT?!
– So, they’re smart headphones. – I love this.
I can’t– you get to choose what you wanna listen to? Wow.
– (chuckles) I’m getting a pair. That’s crazy.
– Yeah. – I feel like I’m a robot.
– (FBE) Its touch system allows you to easily switch between YouTube,
your music, or your phone. It’s also pretty comfortable
with foam cushioning that adjusts to the shape of your head,
perfect for binge watching. – Ayy.
– Definitely. I don’t even feel them, really.
– I’m still really impressed with the voice enhancing thing
and being able to hear yourself clearly.
– (FBE) We’re gonna play you one second of a sound
up until five seconds, and the first person
who guesses the sound right gets a point.
The person with the most points at the end of the challenge wins.
– Okay. – I think I know my sounds.
– I don’t know what you guys are gonna throw at us.
Now with this super hearing, I feel they’re either
gonna be sounds that are gonna be super hard to distinguish
or they’re gonna be so easy that we’re gonna smash the button.
(loud thud) – (FBE) Here’s the first second
of your first sound. (screeching)
(hitting bell) – Is that, like, uh…
scissors? (buzzer)
(screeching) – Okay.
(hitting bell) I’m gonna guess it’s a razor against a glass.
(buzzer) (hitting bell)
– That could be a number of things. – Is that a screen door opening?
(buzzer) – Nail on a chalkboard?
(buzzer) – It sounds like
a horror movie a little bit. – (chuckles)
(screeching) (hitting bell)
– Nails screeching on glass? (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Is it a fork against a plate?
(ding) – What the hell? – (FBE) Let’s go to two seconds.
(screeching) – Is it a gate opening?
(buzzer) This is hard.
(screeching) – (softly) I don’t
like that sound. – No, me neither.
– I think you were on the right track
with nail on a chalkboard-esque, that’s–
– It’s something unpleasant. – Sharpening a knife?
(buzzer) – Is it a key?
(buzzer) (screeching) – Oh, I think I know what it is. (hitting bell)
Is that a fork on a plate? (ding)
– Oh, whoa! – Let’s go!
– That was oddly specific. How’d you get that?
– Ah, I’m just– these headphones, man.
They’re so good. I don’t know. (screeching) (hitting bell)
– Is it a bicycle? (buzzer)
– Is it nails on a glass? (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Okay, is it a knife
cutting something on a cutting board? (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Is it a fork on a plate?
(ding) – That was gonna be my next guess.
– Oh! Oh my god. Are these just gonna
be unpleasant sounds? (hitting bell) – Is it a fork
on a plate? (ding)
– Okay. – That took me a while.
– Yeah. – You gave me that
as my first sound? I wonder what else
you’re gonna give us. – (FBE) Here’s your second sound. (liquid trickling)
(hitting bell) – A runny faucet?
(buzzer) (hitting bell)
– The sewer. (buzzer)
(liquid trickling) – Yo. Is this a tea kettle?
(buzzer) (hitting bell) – Water running on a faucet–
from a faucet? (buzzer) (hitting bell)
– Is this a running sink? (buzzer)
– Is it a toilet flushing? (buzzer)
(laughs) Damn. I feel like we’re on the right track
with bathroom. (hitting bell)
– Is it a coffee maker? (ding)
Yeah? I drink a lot of coffee.
– (claps) (liquid trickling) (hitting bell)
– A drain. (buzzer)
[Bleep]. (hitting)
– Is it… was it a toilet?
(buzzer) – Liquid is, like,
either dropping, boiling, popping.
I don’t know. (hitting bell)
– Coffee brewer. (ding)
Yes! – I love coffee…
– Really? – …and I didn’t get that. (liquid trickling) – Is it coffee brewing?
(ding) – Wow. You know your sounds.
– I don’t even drink coffee. (liquid trickling)
– (giggles) (hitting bell)
– Oh! – You good?
– (laughs) If I get it wrong– (hitting bell) A teapot.
– (FBE) Nope. – Ah! (laughs) (hitting bell repeatedly)
– Drip coffee. (ding)
LET’S GO! – You kind of know
the sound off the bat. – Yeah.
– But it just sounds so crisp. – But once you figure out
what it is, you’re like, “Yes, I definitely hear it.” (sizzling)
(hitting bell) – Rain?
(buzzer) – A stream of water?
(buzzer) (hitting bell)
– Washing the dishes. (buzzer)
(hitting the bell) – What is it called
when you’re– when you have spaghetti in a thing
and you’re wringing out the water? – A strainer?
– A strainer for spaghetti. (buzzer)
(sizzling) (hitting bell)
– I’m gonna go off on a limb here and say that this is
water running down a gutter. (buzzer)
– Is it like a shower? (buzzer)
– Two seconds, please. (sizzling)
(hitting bell) – Someone peeing.
(buzzer) – (both chuckle)
– A shower. (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – It’s something frying
in a pan. (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Is it rain…
(buzzer) – …going down a window sill?
(hitting bell) – Is it a stream?
(buzzer) (sizzling)
(hitting bell) – Oh! I thought
you were gonna touch it. Why did you do that?
Boiling pasta. (buzzer)
No? (hitting bell)
– Pouring pasta into bowling water. (buzzer)
– My lack of kitchen skills is making me very incompetent.
(sizzling) – What other liquid
besides water… – It sounds very water-y.
– Yeah! – Are we making eggs?
(buzzer) – I know you’re–
somebody’s cooking. (sizzling) – (laughs)
– I heard the same [bleep]. Why are we hearing so much water?
(hitting bell) – I wanna go with sewer.
(buzzer) Like, the–
– Sewer?! – Is it someone
going to the bathroom? (laughs) (buzzer)
– Is it oil in a pan? (buzzer)
– Pancakes! (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – That doesn’t sound
like pancakes, girl. – Making– [bleep].
(laughs) – How do you make pancakes? (laughs)
– Oh, [bleep]. I don’t know. (sizzling)
(hitting bell) – Stirring the pasta.
– (FBE) Yes. It’s stirring mac and cheese,
but I’ll give you pasta. – Mac and cheese?!
– Ohhh. – Oh, man.
– That makes a lot more sense. – Yeah, that sound.
– (FBE) Final guess. (sizzling) – Is it an egg being fried?
(buzzer) To me, it sounds
like something’s being cooked. (hitting bell)
– Is it… is it wind blowing leaves? (giggles)
(buzzer) I have nothing! (hitting bell)
– It’s stirring pasta. (ding)
Is it? – (claps)
– Girl. – (FBE) This was
actually mac and cheese being stirred.
– Ohh, okay. I don’t eat mac and cheese.
I hate mac and cheese. – What kind of
mac and cheese is this?! I’m a mac and cheese aficionado!
This is not– – I made mac and cheese yesterday.
– Mac and cheese is my favorite food, so I’m really upset with myself.
– I’m leading. I’m 2-0. So, I’m feeling pretty good.
– (FBE) Next round. (low rumbling)
(hitting bell) – That was a growl
of a lion or a tiger, cheetah? (buzzer)
– (FBE) Not a growl. (hitting bell)
– A bear. (buzzer)
(low rumbling) (hitting bell)
– A motorcycle. (buzzer)
– I’m gonna need more time. (hitting bell)
– Is this a lawnmower? (buzzer)
– Laundry? (hitting bell)
– Is it a cat purring? (buzzer)
– Is it a lion purring? (ding)
– Cool. – WHAT FAMILY DOES IT BELONG TO!? (low rumbling) (hitting bell) – It’s a cheetah purring.
(buzzer) (hitting bell)
Oh, is this specific to the animal? – (giggles) Is it a lion purring?
(ding) – WHAT?! Man! (hitting bell)
– I’m between two animals, but I can only choose one.
Is it an alligator? (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Is it a lion purring?
(ding) Ahh! I got a point!
– (claps) (hitting bell)
– A lion about to attack, growling, and…
(buzzer) What?!
(hitting bell) – A purring lion.
(ding) OHH! Cool! I’ve recently
become obsessed with cats, so I just know
their purs now. – (FBE) Final round.
(creaking) (hitting bell)
– (chuckles) – Is that a door creaking?
(buzzer) (hitting bell)
– I’m gonna guess a creaking floorboard.
(buzzer) (creaking) (hitting bell)
– It’s a door opening. (buzzer)
Okay. – I want more time. (hitting bell)
– Is this a creaking door? (buzzer)
(hitting bell) – Creaking window.
(buzzer) (creaking)
– Oh. (hitting bell)
Is it a motorcycle? (buzzer)
– It is someone sitting down. (buzzer)
– More time. (creaking) Oh!
(hitting bell) Is this someone
rubbing a balloon? (ding)
Yeah. – Wow!
– I used to do that all the time when I was a kid.
(hitting bell) – Is it someone
touching a balloon? – Yay! Let’s go!
– Yay! Good job! The headphones are amazing.
Everything was so clear. (hitting bell)
– Is that someone rubbing a balloon?
(ding) – WHAT… THE HELL…
is this game?! – I don’t know
how I got that one. That one was weird. (creaking) – What is that?
– It sounds familiar. I feel like I’ve
experienced this before. (hitting bell)
– Someone’s rubbing a balloon. (ding) Something’s happening. A balloon.
– (claps) – Your ears are impeccable.
– Thank you. – (laughs)
– I clean them every day. (chuckles) Clean your ears, kids.
Clean your ears. ♪ (heartwarming music) ♪ – Hi, I’m Katie,
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