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Son: "I saw someone push Tyler today."Dad: "You fkn Nazi."
@Sulaksh Mehta bc you’re a simpleton
Man that made me laugh irl😂
@GrenouilleSuprême I accidentally pooped my pants just now, probably gonna get fired. 😞
Normal comversation with a lawyer
Not even a little bit funny 😐
Both of my parents are lawyers, and this is exactly how they talk to you 💀💀💀
@Alexander Monge Sandí no it doesn’t. Not every lawyer works for big law firms. Many work for non-profits and other jobs where they don’t get paid very much.
@brown_ gurl I think you mean psychological.
social security number? for research purposes?
Wow I'm sorry my parents were hippies
@Brady Nester physiological warfare
This might be the first time I’ve seen the entire joke on the internet without it being edited at all-
LMAO SAME EVEN FUNNIER
Bros comment got edited
@TMBK "Only give your opinions on something if they're positive", yeah that's the purpose of a comment section. 🙄
@The Last Man on Earth I'm not even sure I agree with you man, but this was a killer burn.
@TMBK I just hate people who are butt hurt about everything
I just imagine Tyler watching this years later going Tyler: “WHY DIDN’T YOU HELP”“Because I was on the benchEdit: THE LIKES OML IVE NEVER HAD THIS MUCH OMGGG
@Samarth Sharma that’s what i’m saying.
Holy shit y did he deleted the comments, I wanted to prepare popcorn for this hell of an argument
@Avocado company answer the question. do you genuinely believe zodiacs have an effect on our life?
@Avocado company do you genuinely believe zodiac signs are real?
@Avocado company I mean, i’m fairly certain they were exaggerating, but if you mentioned zodiac signs and acted like they were something that made a difference in people, I can’t really blame them.
imagine a 40 year old man talking to his 6 year old about him being a nazi 💀💀
Not "a man", a jew.
If you have children ypu will understand
I love how the convo went from "how was school today?" to "explain to me how are you better than a Nazi"
This is why kids don’t talk to their parents
To salad with raisins
that's how harmless conversations with my dad go 💀
this is exactly how our social sciences lessons go
@Syeda Alya Fatimaqq en
"I refuse to speak on the grounds that it might incriminate me."
"I invowke the fiwfth" -👶
OMG! This was exactly like my Dad! Frustrating sometimes, but I’d give anything to have him back.
There's this friend in my class who's constantly bullied by people. One day, others were throwing paper balls at him. At this point, I could take in no more bullying. I stood up to them, stopped them and then got them suspended. Never had a better sleep than that night
I can’t help but hears andrews voice every time he talks😂
He voices Andrew
FRRR LIKE OMG... IS HE THE VOICE ACTOR????
I was thinking the damn same thing 😂
Lol same 😂😂😂
Lmao that is hilarious. I can't wait to do this to my kid.
I aspire to be like his dad.
Haha wow, hilarious! On a serious note, kids who do nothing definitely turn into adults who do nothing. A bit extreme of the dad to use that example, but I'll bet you a dollar that John Mulaney steps up and defends people now!
As a child of a lawyer, I can confirm this being very relatable and accurate.
“How are you better than a Nazi”“I was over on the bench”“I made a salad with craisins”I never thought I would see a video with three completely unconnected sentences like this 💀💀💀
Average twitter argument
Without context it does sound so random lol.
You've obviously never had salad with craisins........ 😆 lol
His mom saved both of them 😂
Wow. We grew up with similar dads with similar personalities/tactics. Only difference was that my dad wasn't a lawyer but a detective. Good times 🤦♀️
My dad is also a lawyer and a debate team champion. He definitely formed me and molded me to be able to argue like this. This was so relatable that it wasn't even funny but rather traumatic lol
*Cuz I was over on the bench* might be my new excuse for getting out of trouble lol
The fact that his lawyer father told him about the Holocaust before he was 6 years old says a lot
@V its not about expecting a coherent response, its about training them to follow chains of logic and getting them used to thinking critically. The nazi thing might be q bit intense, but its amazing parenting m
@flying Aviator815 wow - I am pretty sure they aren’t Jewish - he claims they are Irish Catholics.
@Eeveelution Girl luckily you didn’t grow up as a Greek Jew. My husband’s community went from 100K to 4500K when it was all over so everyone on his side was affected. Pretty much everyone in my husband’s family had someone in the camps (his father) or lost people. I think my kids had more senior relatives that were Holocaust survivors than those that weren’t. You don’t start a little kid off with pictures but talk about when you went into hiding your parents made you leave your favorite doll behind. They told you how occupation was not bad under the Italians, they were nice, but then the Germans came. They tell you how one day they couldn’t go to school anymore. No one was telling them about death marches and Auschwitz. That was for later. It’s kind of like teaching about AIDS to kindergartners. No one is getting into graphic details about sex or drug use.
My kids knew about it even earlier. They asked their grandfather about the tattoo on his arm. My daughter was named after my husband’s grandmother who was killed at Auschwitz. It spilled out slowly but they knew all about the Nazis at a very young age.
Not really unusual for a Jewish child to learn of the holocaust without graphic details. Most racial groups that have a history of being oppressed and brutalized by another racial group, will pass that knowledge to children to pass on the lesson that this history does not mean they are inferior. The Irish undoubtedly speak to their children of the English conflict and English conquest of Ireland and the Irish resistance.Likewise the Jewish parents tell kids about the holocaust; Black parents in USA teach their children about slavery, Jim Crow segregation and the Black leaders who fought those systems; Native Americans teach their children about how they owned America and English settlers slaughtered the Native Americans and stole the land; Black South Africans with children too young to remember Apartheid that was the equivalent of Jim Crow segregation, teach their children about Nelson Mandela's resistance and that of his followers to that apartheid system. You simply explain history in a way that is age appropriate. I learned about slavery, freedom, civil rights from my father in the 5th grade without hearing about the graphic details of what happened on those sadistic plantations. My White teacher in the 9th grade assigned the book Wounded Knee which detailed the awful savagery the 300 Sioux Native Indians incurred during their relocation to parceled land/reservation at the hands of English colonizers in a massive land grab in South Dakota. I could not have handled that story at 10 years old, so age is relative.
Your dad was absolutely right lol extreme for sure but spot on. So many horrible acts were never stop because people were afraid to intervene.
lol You can't be for real. He said multiple times that he was on the bench when it happened.Let me break it down for you. Should he watch like a lion for any agressive intention of the other kids and teleport just in time to prevent this from happening?His dad probably had a bad day at work and used his rhetorical skills to dismantle his son phychologically by comparing him to Nazis.That's not just extreme. It's stupid and is not based on sound reasoning. Which is what many lawyers do anyway.
Love this 🤣🤣🤣
My dad’s a lawyer too. I feel you. He didnt spank us when we were little. We have debates.
Dad, I WAS OVER ON THE BENCH 🤣
Him:”I was over on the bench”Dad:”Save it for the judge”
That's actually a better punchline
Save it for Nuremberg
Bro knew more then me at 6💀
"How are you better than a nazi!?""Well, Nazis weren't on the bench."
Reminds me of my mom. I’ve learned to just ignore her twisted logic and get on with my day😂
I hope you picked up that very important lesson that your dad was trying to teach you
“I made a salad with crasins!” 💀
@TrevorKn I’m white and have never heard if this. Oh.. I’m also German! Btw: there’s no more Na’i Germany.. just fyi
Why do American's need to put stupid names on things? It's a dried cranberry. That's enough of a name for it.
This is strongly regarded as passive racism!!
@Incognito no one asked, no one cares.
@I’m michi♡ good to know
This is a very accurate recount of the conversation my own father would have with us any number of times - and yes, we are German.
@Daveda Howell No worries.
@Adarsh Kamoda I will look that up, thank you!
@Daveda Howell There's whole documentaries on Clip-Share that can be freely viewed. As a Sparknotes version, it was the country-wide humiliation of losing and being unjustly blamed for WW1, the subsequent economic depression of Germany being forced to pay everyone else out, and then the Great Depression of 1929 to 1932ish. Hitler came to power after the Great Depression, promising everyone everything and made Jews the scapegoats for every ill in Germany.
Oh, wow. I personally want to know what the average German thought at that time. Obviously there is more than just hatred for the jews, as bad as that is. Most mentally healthy people, who aren't or haven't been in desperate situations, will help their fellow man, to some extent. Besides WWI, What made the German people if that time become so desperate that they to thought only of themselves, their family, or their nationalism? Why did the hatred of the jews (and other groups) become so viral at that time?
“Do you love me?” “No” “why” “I can’t”. “But why” “I’m on the bench”
OMG I think my mom saw this because the other day something like this happened and she literally used his example
As someone who is married to a lawyer, I feel you. No such thing as debate, our kitchen table is a battle field 😂
The little voice quiver he naturally has is killing me LMAO I can never not hear Andrew whenever I hear this man
Omg that is Andrew I couldn’t focus because I was trying figure out who he was
@Ashuin Sharma in a thread full of engaged people all having a good time. You’re the only dvckhead here. Congratulations
These god damn gloubermans
Okay now I know why his voice is familiar. It’s that meme. “I was over on the bench, I was over in the bench, I was OVER ON THE BENCH”
as someone who's father is a lawyer, i've had this exact conversation like 10 times💀
normal day in every Persian family 😂😂😂
"I reduced personal liability by refraining from entering a confrontation with the boy who pushed Tyler... ...because I was over on the bench."
I’m a retired lawyer with two grown sons. I missed so many opportunities to create memories for them
Make a plan, and fix the problem. And you won’t be sad anymore😊❤
I'm a dad with two young sons and I don't know how to make memories with them.
Don’t talk like that It’s never too late to fuck em up a little more
@Alba Avilésno shit 😅
At least you admit it. Start from that and create memories now.
Doing everything he can not to say he’s in trouble and that’s why he’s on the bench 😂😭
Never knew who voiced Andrew on big mouth until I saw this clip. There’s 0 chance this isn’t the voice actor
Oh Lord we must have related Dad's, lol
Aaaah this is what it was from!!! Makes it even funnier
He has a good dad
This happened alot in 2020-2022 neighbors and shops were calling the cops on innocent people and everyone watched over on the bench!!
"I was over on the bench."yup, that sounds familiar when watching Vine as a kid lol 😂
Mom, coming in for the save.
The sitting on the bench is now my go to excuse for any scenario
Everyone:”this is a great excuse”the point:“Sitting on the bench’ is an excuse that makes you no better than a Nazi.” WTF ?
@Lovin' Arts oh god they’re duplicating
yeah ik u all white af 😂
The bench was the main character 😭
funny enough, his father was a regular at a restaurant I used to work as a waiter. Really serious guy.
My dad never hit us. My dad wasn’t there🤷♀️
Why was this so funny 🤣
"Lemme ask you this, IN NAZI GERMANY-"*-Average twitter user argument*
@BreakingBoundaries I don’t disagree that it could, but there are other things to consider, first, the hate speech is an issue regardless of whether you mean it or not, and second if you made it as satire you shouldn’t write so similarly to the people who actually say and believe this stuff or else people will think you actually believe it, it will be taken literally and not as satire, this is difficult because usually the best way to do this is to make something sound so absurd that no reasonable person could actually believe it (reductio ad absurdum), but by nature of the extremists that you want to call out they already hold a position that is completely absurd, namely thinking Hitler was right, it’s hard to make a statement much more absurd than that and since those people are out there when you made the comment it just sounded like you were one of them not like you were making satireAlso yeah that comment got way too many likes
It was a valid point tho... 😅
@Ezra Cohen I’m with u - I must admit it was my first attempt. I think that Using The identification of key points within nazi ideology to highlight parallels in right wing rhetoric today could bring some more moderate republicans over…but I must have been a little too accurate bc that comment got too many likes. That - and it was also a theory of mine I just wanted to confirm. I never in a million years thought that last sentence would get anybody but only the most extreme nut jobs to like it. Yikes !
@BreakingBoundaries I know that there are antisemites, seeing it more (even if it is faked) doesn't help in any way, the statement is true when it comes to a logical debate, where understanding an opposing position can help you find its weak points and better convince others of your position, but with something like hatred it isn't the case, the best way to deal with it is to condemn it (it's the paradox of tolerance; if you tolerate intolerance than intolerance will prevail)
The irony after seeing his cheating scandal haha
Andrew is killing it!
The mom seems to have been the peacekeeper in the family
😂😂love it!!! I can see this whole scene easily!!!
"My dad never hit us (physically)" that laugh track kills me.
@TEXAS MANplus he does look all over the place, he isn’t usually looking directly at the camera, he just has more squinted eyes so it’s hard to tell
@TEXAS MANhave you never seen comedy specials before? Do you think every comedy special has a fake audience?
@wombunktules bruh no there is not!Why would he look directly at the camera and not interact with the “audience”????Because there is no one there but the camera!🥴😒
@Jamiday13 this is a Wendy's
He def took his eyes apart
Actually really creative
My granddad was just like his father lmaooI loved him w all my heart though
HIM: I Was Having A Conversation With My Father About Nazis When I Was 6 Years Old. ME: I Learned About Nazi Germany And The Holocaust When I Was In 6th Grade. 😳 😲 😳 😲
"how are you better than a nazi?" 💀💀💀edit: why is there a philosophical and moral debate happening in my replies
"BECAUSE I WAS OVER ON THE BENCH"
@egg that sounds correct. all children were also enrolled in the Hitler Youth.
@Red Wolf Thank you 🍿
Finally, the debating stopped.
Bro this entire discussion was surprisingly entertaining to read in all honesty 😭
I'm like this with my daughter
All I hear is Andrew from big mouth 🤣
Fun John Mulaney fact: he cheated on his wife and left her for his mistress whom he had a baby with
Meanwhile my life:Father: How was school today?Me: It was good but I saw Brady push Cole to the ground. So I went over to Cole and helped him up and confronted Brady.Father: How many times do I have to tell you to stay out of other people's business.
Sweden: "I. WAS. ON. THE. BENCH."
Poland: You know who was also on the bench? AMERICA FOR FOUR FRIGGIN YEARS.
reminder that the british and french did not just do nothing, they threw czechoslovakia and poland under the bus and pointed germany east and just hoped they'd be left alone.they weren't on the bench, they shoved the victim in front to protect themselves and then made grand promises of helping and not doing shit, lol.
@Gloria TR I've had my funny bone surgically removed. ;)
@Sarah Carter It does indeed get cold. I posted some links, but apparently that post is gone, and I'm too lazy to find them again. But yes, Northern Sweden.Here's the only link I haven't closed down:sjohistoriskasamfundet.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/fn70-lag.pdf“Peter Hore: Operation Paul - the Fleet Air Arm attack on Luleå in 1940”, Page 84.
THE OG AUDIO OMG I FOUND IT WITH OUT LOOKING 😭😭😭👍👍
I AM SO GLAD TO HAVE SOME CONTEXT TO THE SOUND BLESS BE THE WORLD LETTING ME LIVE AROUND THE SAME TIME AS THIS MAN-
"stein" Well of course one gotta keep that victim card alive...
I will now have “I. Was. Over. On. The. Bench.” Stuck in my head for the next 5 weeks. 😢
I'll remind you again in 5 weeksholy moly 4k people find this relatable
"My dad never hit us"Yh...that explains a lot 😂😂😂
i’m so glad i finally got recommended such a classic john mulaney clip
“BC I WAS OVER ON THE BENCH!!” THATS me and my mom playing around with each other 😂😂😂
OMG THE ORIGINAL FROM A GREAT MEME!
I feel like the “I was 6 because I had to be” is a whole other mood
Maybe he had to be at the table because he was six.
@Usman Bashir pollen? "Rick are you just looking at things around the room and saying them"
Jesus how did that go over you head and how did 11k people like this.
You read it like an amoeba
I would have said i didn't killed the Jewish dad 🤷🏻♀️
Not him using a logical fallacy 💀
The greatest argument of all time is “because I was over on the bench”
This was literally my dad, barely ever hit me, but would break us apart over several hours. He was a cop for a few years and would get mad at us whenever our story changed, like we were under a lot of pressure. Unfortunately it’s been rubbing off on me and I hate it.
@Jason Moy verbal discipline is different than verbal abuse, buddy. Being told you did something wrong, this is the correct way is very different from "What the fuck is wrong with you??? You're sorry, ya I know you're sorry!! You can't do anything right!!!"
@BrassBashers honestly, I’m scared to have kids for the same reason, Im trying to get better about not doing what he does before I even think about having kids
@Cooper Edithit wasn’t that simple, we got nothing out of being honest because even when we were it didn’t matter because he’d still mine as many details out of us as possible, then when we did give him extra we’d get yelled at for another hour for “lying”
@SacredToast18or just be honest.
@Jason Moy true.
At first I was like "Can your dad adopt me?" And then I realized my parents already pick me apart on the daily..
Peter Porker talking facts
The amount of times he said I was over on the bench 😂😂
I’m never knew where this sound on TikTok was from and now I know 😅🤦🏼♀️
“I was at the dinner table when I was like 6, because I had to be”Might be my favorite quote in this video
@Fire Fist Gaming bc you went to the comments as the video started/restarted
Mulaney so frickin funny
@David Elliott So we got Nazi over here huh?
@Esmeralda Hernandez of the video
@Fire Fist Gaming ??
I loved this special. My nephew quotes the bread part. He’s 3.
Reminds me of my younger sister who has always been crazy smart.The scene: my mom and younger sister at 14 arguing in the carMy mom: Why can't you just appease me?!My sister: Appease you?? We appeased Hitler and look where that got us!! 🤣🤣
I love your dad that’s cool helps with a child’s development and reasoning skills great story.
That would need a kid up lol
“So you saw what happened and you did nothing?” “Because I was over on the bench!” 🤣
@ComicWriter 2020 and americans aren’t doing anything about it? really? have you followed the news lately? political discourse? documentaries, activists? Americans are just “sitting over there on the bench”? Interesting take.
@Ellie #PutinsMommyNeverHuggedHim mass shootings, broken economy,You know, issues that don’t disappear just because worse shit is happening.But those issues you mentioned are worse, no argument
@Mihaka Berciccause they can
@Amare LaRue What are you on about? You may want to go read the original comment that started this thread.
@NightBloodRayna also he would have got on topic if you actually explained what you were taking about.
The “I made dinner with Crasins!” got me 😂😂😂
"How are you better than a Nazi?""Bro I'm 6 years old, not an adult who knew better who still let the Nazis go"
The way my smile dropped after watching smth funny before this vid was insane
I understand my child on a whole new level now 😂 Signed, A Lawyer Mom
@Kira Howell it’s not really “emotional abuse”, more so a very well thought out argument and it’s hard to combat that when you’re a kid. HOWEVER, I can say that my child has an INCREDIBLE amount of wit and logic for a 10 year old. He is able to come back with some EXTREMELY good arguments and I take into consideration the fact that he is 10. It is never abusive, but I do not let him get away with simplistic arguments. I just try to recognize, as a lawyer, we are not easy to deal with 😂
@Shunya Dolores Mayhoe the conversation usually ends with everyone staring at me like deer in headlights 😂
@Alex R oh, trust me, my kid knows 😂
@Big Head all those people replying don't understand that emotional abuse is just as bad as physical abuse, even worse sometimes, and i'm saying this as someone who experienced both
@Big Head I laughed at this
Both of my parents are lawyers and this is so accurate 😅