When you travel, you need this. Let’s talk about that. ♪ [theme music] ♪ Good Mythical Morning! Mythical Beasts, you have questions,
and the only way to get those questions answered is to travel to
Answer Island. So, you pack your bags, set your email to
“Auto-reply”, and hop aboard Rhett & Link Airlines for a non-stop
flight. Take-off goes smoothly, until all of a
sudden, the captain turns on the “Fasten your seat belt” sign,
because the plane has hit a patch of rough “turb”. [both laughing] – “Turb”, huh?
– The stea—the steal bird shimmies and shakes. You panic and begin to overshare
all the weird things you’ve done throughout your life to the stranger
seated next to you. Like that one time you threw up
week-old spaghetti in your dad’s work boots and blamed it on your dog,
Muffins. – UGH-ee.
– But then the plane steadies, and you land safely. Do not make eye contact with
the person next to you. You’ve made it to Answer Island. Now: it’s time to kick back and enjoy a
coconut water from an actual coconut,
– [Rhett snickering] and watch the Answer Sun set. – [slurping]
– The Answer Sun—oh, I love watchin’ that. – [more slurping]
– We asked you if you needed us to give you any travel advice, and
Jaymie Nunnery replied: “No thanks ;)”. Really? [abashed] Oh.
Okay. – Okay.
– [sardonic] I guess Jaymie Nunnery doesn’t need any advice because she’s the
greatest traveler in the world. [also sardonic] Yeah, I bet when
Jaymie Nunnery drives a—to a—through a toll plaza, I bet they give HER 75 cents. I bet that Jaymie Nunnery always gets an
extra packet of peanuts from the flight attendant, WITHOUT EVEN ASKING. Yeah, I bet Jaymie Nunnery never gets
startled when she flushes an airplane toilet. WHY IS IT SO LOUD?
– It’s—it’s scary; it’s like a – jack-in-the-box,
– I-I kn-kn— – no matter how
well prepared you are! I know it’s gonna happen, but I’m like,
“Aaaah”. I bet Jaymie Nunnery has never bought
an eight-dollar bottle of SmartWater before going through security, and then
been two sips-oo into it, when— [correcting self] two sips INTO it
– [off-screen giggle] when a TSA guy says, [mock authority] “You’re gonna have to
hand that over”, and then guzzled the whole thing
right there in front of him! Yeah, I bet Jaymie Nunnery has never once
forgotten to pack her shaving cream and had to shave her face with
cream cheese from the hotel’s continental breakfast. Ew.
[crew laughing off screen] I bet that Jaymie Nunnery
has never taken a Greyhound bus from Duluth, Minnesota to
Albuquerque, New Mexico while sittin’ next to Luther, who is trying to recruit
her to his cheese cult—who also happened to have breath that smelled like a possum
had crawled into his throat and DIED. So here’s to you, Jaymie Nunnery, [both] the greatest traveler in the world! – Oh, [dink] we “dinkin'” first?
– Yeah, let’s “dink”, Link. Now let’s ask—let’s—let’s read a question
that someone asked… ’cause they wanna know an answer!
– Yeah. [crew laughing] [laughing] Who is this?
– [Rhett and crew laughing] Famyz Hameem asks: “What are some
important travel equipments [sic] that you MUST have while traveling???”. Well, in order to know what the “important travel ‘equipments’ that you
must have while traveling” are, we have scoured the internet,
and put together another installment of Weird Products You Must Have:
Travel Edition Okay, typically we—we only highlight one
item, but you’re in for – a real treat today, travelers.
– This ain’t typical. [Southern accent] This ain’t typical
at all. [Southern accent] No, nothin’ typ’cal
about these traveler devices. We have two of them.
– [Rhett chuckling] First, I’m pleased to admit— [both and crew laughing] – Admit it, Link. Just admit it.
– I just wanna admit that – What’s first, man? Just admit it.
– we have a travel item. – I’m pleased to PRESENT—
–Oh. – Yeah, that’s the word I was lookin’ for.
– Yeah. Well, you can admit it; I don’t care. [Link in announcer voice over
♪ mellow music ♪] The Brondell GoSpa Travel Bidet—
it’s for all of those people who—can’t leave their—bidets at home.
[Rhett chuckling] I thought you were going to say,
“bidets behind”. [laughing] – I should have said that.
– That was you—I mean you— – I screwed up the WHOLE thing!
– You did the perfect set-up. “Can’t leave your bidets behind!” Well, you—they say, “You can’t take your
bidet with you”. But—but that’s… that’s changed now.
Um. – It’s—it’s out of the box.
– Ooh, nice box. – But, oh! [mock discerning] Look at that.
– Ooh, nice bag. Take it outta there. Um…
“Take clean wherever you go”. Don’t take that wherever you go. You just take this satchel—hoo! – Pull that tight.
– Don’t pull it TOO tight. – Loosen this. Now,
– Oh, gosh [laugh and cough] – The—
– It’s a travel bidet? – Yeah.
– That’s just, like, a water bottle – with a spigot on it. Exactly. – Um, I have not tested this thing out.
– Pff. – I’ve been saving that for you guys.
– Well, have you ever—but have you ever – actually bidet-ed? No, because I’m not European. Right. But… this may be my gateway drug
to bidet-ing. [Crew laughing]
Especially if it’s bacon scented. – I think—
– I’m just—I’ma give it a squeeze. Well, sq—turn—turn it—don’t— Well, it’s got holes right there. Yeah. Hold on—it’s leaking!
Your bidet’s leakin’. – [crew laughing]
– Is it? There’s a—oh! [crew laughing off-screen] So, what do you do? You go this…
this way? No—man—well, you— Well, you put it… next to your butt
crack. It’s what you’ll— – [Link giggling]
– Okay—look, look— – Look, here’s what you would do.
– Well, don’t put it next to your butt crack. If your—if your butt crack
was down there… just say this is my butt crack,
right here, – From—from—
– and I would go, “Ooh, yeah”. [water trickling]
[crew and Link laughing] But then, if I was like, “You know what? I’m thirsty”. [Link and crew laughing] – It’s goin’ into—
– Try it. [giggly] It’s goin’ into your mug. – That’s why imma—imma—
– Tr-try it. Try it. Try to— [spraying] How— – Mm!
– How is that bidet water? – It’s very fresh.
– It is fresh. And—and, uh, once it’s empty, you just
refill it in the airport bathroom and no one’s gonna give you
a weird look. [Rhett laughing]
Look at that guy; that guy’s got quite a – nozzle on that bot—water bottle.
– [Link making water-filling noise] Okay. That’s not the only pr— [laughing],
product we have to “admit”. Heh. [both laughing] – I admit that I have another product.
– [Link giggling] [Rhett in announcer voice over
♪ mellow music ♪] For the person
who doesn’t wanna wear a bikini just – on their BODY… it’s… the Facekini!
– [Link laughing] Okay. I—I see where you’re goin’
with this. Link, you got one of those over there,
dontcha? – Yeah.
– Apparently, this is all the rage in the Asian countries. [Rhett] The women don’t like their face in
the sun. [laughing] Look at this, guys! Yeah, it’s doin’ some weird stuff with my
lips and my beard hair. [clears throat] My lips come right out
of there perfectly. [crew laughing] – [Link] Look—
– [Rhett] Look at what’s happening – [Rhett] with my—
– [Link] Where are your lips, dude? [laughing] You’ve gotten kinda—
[intense growl] I mean, they have a—a vibrant Facebook
page full of— I can’t say Facebook “PAGE”, because of
the way it’s pullin’ on my— – But seriously! Apparently, there—
– where they’re selling these things – there are a lot of people
– through their website. – who are s—really scared about their
faces getting… [laughing] UV rays. [crew laughing]
And this is one way to stop it. But you— [giggling] Become a luchador, basically! Well, you know, the other interesting
thing about this, is that if somebody came up and tried to attack
you with a travel bidet, you just— [Rhett laughing]
[Link giggling] You just—
[crew laughing] Uh—you c—you didn’t feel that, did you? – ‘Cause it just hit the Facek—
– I didn’t even—I— [laughing] – I didn’t even know you did it!
– It just—it just hit the Face— – Okay!
– It just— – Glaawh, stop!
– It just hits the Facekini, see? [chair squeaks on wet floor]
It—oh-ho [laughing] – [Link] Ungh!
– It—it—it always travels over before it – [Rhett] hits the—ugh.
– [Link] So, uh, we’ve expanded it to not just be sun protection, but [laughing]
also rogue bidet protection. [crew laughing] Uh, the tip of my nose is gonna get
sunburnt! [through fabric]
I just put the trap in my mouth. [Rhett] You don’t need a nose hole. Yeah, that’s what you gotta do,
right there. – [Link] Huh.
– We should be a tag team. [Rhett] We—we could kick some butt. – [Link] Oh, yeah. We could—
– Or we could BIDET some butt. – [Link laughing]
– We come out there—we’re like— [laughing] It’s— [laughing] What if you put
the two together? – [Rhett chuckling]
– And we—people—we’d bidet people – at the—by the pool!? – No—
– With these on. – We’re the wrestlers. And—
– We’d totally get tips. And our signature move is, we, like,
stick it down their WHOO! [both laughing] We win everything. You can buy these; they’re like, what?
16 bucks? ♪ [mellow music] ♪ Yeah! [in unison] This has been: Weird Products
You Must Have!: [Link] Travel Edition. Okay. Movin’ right along… A question
from Briana Hartman, who asks: “How should I pack the perfect suitcase?”. Um, Briana, that—that is a great question,
and I have a theory when it comes to packing suitcases that… you know you’ve
done a great job of packing your suitcase when… uh… I can’t see out of my
glasses, first of all, – Oh. Okay.
– so I’m tryna make it where I can see. – You gotta clean a little bit.
– Where, if someone were to steal your suitcase, and then open it up, they would know
EXACTLY where you were going, and EXACTLY what you were gonna do
when you got there. Right. And so we have designed a game to
play along those lines that we like to call: For Which Place, Is That
Suitcase? Okay. This is how it works: we have each
prepared a suitcase for the other. – Yes.
– And there are—uh—we have never seen – these things before,
– Nope. – but there are items in the suitcase, and
you’re supposed to be able to— we’re supposed to be able to look at the
items, and guess where we’re going, – and what we’re doing when we get there.
– Alright. Just by looking at the items in – the suitcase. Okay?
– Alright. Can—can I go first in guessing? You can, and here is your suitcase, Link.
– Oh! Look at that. [Link] Looks kinda like, um, a briefcase. – It’s kinda—it’s—you went vintage.
– Spice. Yeah. It’s a small suitcase. Okay, I’m not gonna be goin’ anywhere
for LONG. – Mm. Yep.
– That’s the first—how do I open this? – Weekend trip.
– Hm! Alright. I’m going to look at the items;
I’m gonna guess where I’m going, what I’m gonna do when I get there.
– Yep. Alright. Alright.
♪ [game show music] ♪ First we’ve got… what’s this?
A floral arrangement… necklace. [Rhett sarcastically] That’s what they
call those: a floral arrangement necklace. Alright, so, um… I’m immediately
thinking… Hawaii? – Hm!
– But I’m not—I’m not gon’ guess until I’ve… uh, gone through all the
items. Alright… Second one… it’s a—it’s a Harry Potter
ball. “Harry Potter ball”.
[crew and Link laughing] Exactly. That is the official name
for that. A—a wicket—what’s it called? Um… A Snitch. A Snitch. And this is the…
Golden Snitch, which is the— as we all know—it’s the one that matters. [Rhett] Right. It’s the one you want. Okay, so… this has nothing to do with
Hawaii. [bump] [Link] Next thing I got here…
uh, garlic. – Mm-hm.
– So I’m thinkin’ more… [bump] …Garlicky. [Link] Like, vampires? Ooh.
Especially with… Eurgh! I got a—uh… some blood. [mocking Link] “Some blood”.
[Link laughing] That is my blood. Oh, this is your blood?
– I’ll need—I’ll need it back. ‘Sa lot of it; that’s a half a pint. Um. Hm.
[clack] Alright, so… that’s it.
That’s all I’ve got. Uh… I’m goin’ somewhere tropical… Th-this right here makes me think
“vampire”. I’m going somewhere
and I’m doing something…. I’m going to H—Harry Potter World. What does this have to do with it?
[crew laughing] I’m going to… a blood bank… Am I close? You were closer at one point. Harry Potter World?
Hawaii. – Huh!
– I’m going to Hawaii… uh… I’m going to a Harry Potter…
slash Twilight… convention. That sounds fun.
– [Link laughing] – But if—
– You know how those audiences – really overlap.
– Yeah, yeah. You’re actually goin’ to Hawaii to play
Quidditch with… Dracula. [rattle]
And this is my peace offering? You give that to him as a gift, – and you use this to keep away.
– And then I keep him away. – And you use this…
– I use this… – to play.
– Okay. – Yeah, wasn’t bad, though!
– Alright, that was— – Wasn’t bad.
– I was almost there! Alright, I got one for—you, too, Rhett. – [fake surprise] Oh, really?
– Uh, ’cause you’re not—you’re not comin’ with me on MY trip to Hawaii. But rest assured; you’re goin’ somewhere
amazing. – Oh.
– Here you go. This is, uh, very sporty.
[Link laughing] [mock observational] You’re very sporty
today, Link. Alright, s-see if you can figure THIS out. [unzipping] ♪ [Elvis-esque music] ♪ Hm. A camel.
– Mm-hm. Camels are in… the desert.
– Okay. In the Middle East. But you typically
don’t TAKE a camel with you. But. YOU may think that that’s what
you should do. Right. Why get a souvenir there when
you can take it with you? I got a t-shirt. That says, [laughing]
“It’s Bo time!”. [Link laughing]
– [Rhett] That’s Bojangles’. [Rhett] Not a sponsor. But one of my
favorite restaurants in North Carolina. – Fried chicken—Cajun fried chicken.
– [Rhett] The South. – And biscuits.
– [clearing throat] – We have a Ouija board.
– Yeah. – Turn THAT around.
– [confused] For communicating – with the dead.
– Okay. [Rhett] You CAN get heart disease from
eating at Bojangles’. [crew laughing]
Maybe they won’t be a sponsor NOW. [both and crew all laughing] [Link mock laughing]
– Whoops. Heh. – What else we got in there, Rhett?
– Okay, let’s see. And I’ve got… a sammich?
– Got a snack! A peanut butter, bacon, and… banana—
Elvissss. – Mmm. You’re thinkin’ Elvis, huh?
– This is Elvis’s favorite sandwich. He actually liked mayonnaise on it; I
don’t see if there’s any on that, but— Very Elvis.
– How would you know? “Blue Suede Shoes”! Uh-oh, okay. Okay! Wow. Those are nice. Like, the budget of the
– [Rhett exhaling] – show just went through the roof,
just to— [laughing] just for those. [crew laughing] I am going to Bojangles’ [laughing]
– [crew laughing] to communicate with Elvis…. I am going to a Bojangles’ in the Middle
East. [crew laughing]
– The first EVER Bojangles’ in the Middle East. I’m gonna tell—I-I want you to get this
one right, so I’m gonna give you a hint that—hold up the Bojangles’ thing? Like, th-these ARE a unit.
So, you’re right. You’re communicating with Elvis… on the
other side. But there’s some—there’s another combo here that you’re missing. This and this. What did you say about THIS? Bojangles’! Is… where? In—the—the first ever Bojangles’ in…
– [crew laughing] – the Middle East.
– I know that’s your guess; that’s not right. So, I’m giving you
another hint. Buies Creek? Campbell University? Yeaaah! I’m going to Campbell University to
communicate with Elvis… To communicate with Elvis? [snap] Yes!
[Link and crew laughing] You had it, baby! You’re goin’ back home! I’m sendin’ you back home, man!
– Oh, there’s a Bojangles’ on campus, – isn’t there? Well, it’s just—Bojangles’ is—
– No, there’s not a Bojangles’ on campus. – Bojangles’ is back home, and the
Fighting Camels – is the college
– There’s a Chick-fil-A on campus. – in our home town. I thought you’d be EXCITED about that— – I am! I’ll s—
– Goin’ to— – goin’ back to your home town. [singsongy] I’ll see you later! – Thanks for packing.
– Oh, you’re going right now? [Rhett] Yep, yep.
Hold on; give me that bidet. [crew giggling] You takin’ that with you? I actually don’t
know where it is. Oh, I got it right here. – [Rhett] Thanks.
– [laughing] Yeah, take that with you. Thanks for “liking”, commenting, and
sharing this video with your friends. And subscribing—there’s lotsa things you
can do. But do you know what time it is? Hey. I’m James Ford from Lenoir City,
Tennessee— currently on vacation in South Carolina. It’s time to spin the
Wheel of Mythicality. The Week of Christmasicality continues to
rrroll on over at facebook.com/RhettAndLink. It’s not too late to get in on the
4th and the 5th challenge, where you can win 4 or maybe [Southern accent]
5 prizes in one! Click through to Good Mythical More;
we’re gonna open your mail, including… explore THESE awesome
[misspeaking] sm-things. Who-ho—
[teasing Link] “mism things”!? Whoo! We got a winner, Link! Congratulations to… [Rhett] Good King Banana! You win a
personalized GMM. Hey, Rhett, you know what I heard? What? I heard that when [computerized voice]
Good King Banana eats chicken wings, he or she doesn’t even
get her hands dirty. You know what I heard? What? I heard that [computerized voice] Good
King Banana likes to eat the little weird part of the
wing, too. [high-pitched] Oh, for real? [high-pitched] Yeah! ♪ [outro music] ♪ The Facekini is tougher to wear. I mean y— The reason I’m wearin’ it and doin’ things
is ’cause I wanna know if I’m gonna be able to take this to a day at the beach
and just be normal. [Jen laughing]
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