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Can we do a DIY project underwater? (underwater basket weaving)


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  • cammie
    cammie 2 months ago +3882

    they could have just put their hands under the water, but no, they decided to dive, classic Evan and Katelyn AHAHAHAHAHAHHA

    • Devium92
      Devium92 Month ago

      But that wouldn't be anywhere near as immersive now would it?

    • A F
      A F Month ago

      Nah. Not enough fun

    • Crystal wolf
      Crystal wolf 2 months ago

      @Evan and Katelyn i love your channel and as a matter a fact i have my own but im thinking about letting my older brother take over for a wiyl

    • RicardoA BH
      RicardoA BH 2 months ago

      @Evan and Katelynit seems that you guys had a few drinks?

    • RicardoA BH
      RicardoA BH 2 months ago

      Yea!? Not sure they know how to swim or sink?

  • A F
    A F Month ago +89

    9:07 not Evan and Katelyn flat out making fun of hallmark lol.

  • Zalanea
    Zalanea 2 months ago +263

    I love the idea of your neighbors peering over into your yard after hearing all the yelling and seeing absolutely nothing in the backyard since you're under the water.

    • HonestAuntyElle
      HonestAuntyElle 16 days ago +1

      @shego1142 I'm guessing Evans parents got baskets for Xmas

    • shego1142
      shego1142 Month ago +4

      I’m pretty sure it’s Evan’s parents’ backyard no less lol!

    • Willow Rae
      Willow Rae Month ago +12

      Or seeing two people in scuba gear break the surface of a small swimming pool 🤣🤣🤣

  • Andrew Kiefer
    Andrew Kiefer Month ago +104

    This is exactly what I imagined the first time I heard about underwater basket weaving

  • becca4leafclover
    becca4leafclover Month ago +45

    see, my dad used the phrase "getting a French literature degree" when talking about these kinds of classes, and from the hatred with which he says that I think he knew someone who did that personally. Meanwhile, I've learned through this that this is the phrase normal people use! It makes French literature classes sound a lot more reasonable tbh

    • SaliferousStudios
      SaliferousStudios 17 days ago

      Isn't that like an advanced French language degree?

    • Kayla Grice
      Kayla Grice Month ago +2

      I mean, just look how big Les Mis got 😂

  • Candace Krestel
    Candace Krestel 2 months ago +495

    Is no one going to talk about their hallmark inspired raycon commercial??!???!!!?! I love how you guys always come up with creative commercial ideas. I always watch them all the way through. 😂

    • Shelly Mae
      Shelly Mae Month ago +1

      I love their videos too!

    • Melisa Rivera
      Melisa Rivera 2 months ago +2

      Yessssssss!!! Love their creative ads 😂

    • dis_graceb
      dis_graceb 2 months ago +3

      This ad read is fantastic 😆

    • TheRealAlpha2
      TheRealAlpha2 2 months ago +10

      Waiting for their next channel: E&K Mini-movie specials. They can do a tiny movie for every season!

    • Moxie
      Moxie 2 months ago +14

      Same. For everyone else I skip the ads but I always watch E&K's. A) they're funny and interesting B) they have the bar showing how long the ad is

  • The.Ripley2.0
    The.Ripley2.0 Month ago +40

    Your ad reads are always THE BEST, I swear they need to pay you guys triple for how good they are

  • André
    André 2 months ago +346

    I feel like you’ve just proven underwater basket weaving to be excellent college course material. It’s not at all about the basket or the weaving, it’s about the problem solving to be able to do the thing.

  • YouTube
    YouTube 2 months ago +1252

    cheaper than an underwater basket weaving degree 😆 this was EPIC you guys crushed it!!!

  • Jo Spargo
    Jo Spargo Month ago +28

    Along with ‘knitting fog and plaiting sawdust’, ‘underwater basket weaving’ was a common phrase for useless or unproductive activities at my house. From the UK for ref.

  • CaptnConfusion
    CaptnConfusion 2 months ago +574

    as a German viewer without knowledge of local idioms, i really appreciate the explanation of the phrase 😅 i genuinely would have thought it was because of the dry reeds

    • Andreia Pais
      Andreia Pais 2 months ago

      As a portuguese viewer, I don't know which sentence you're talking about and I'm confused at why did they do it fully underwater, other than being Evan and Kathelyn 😅
      Edit: Nvm I found it 🤣

    • F3Ibane
      F3Ibane 2 months ago +5

      As a Martian viewer, I don't understand the idiom. All of our basket weaving is done underwater.

    • SmokyFrosty
      SmokyFrosty 2 months ago +24

      As an English viewer, I second this comment. Never heard this phrase but honestly didn't question it at all. It's just 100% Evan and Katelyn.

    • First Name
      First Name 2 months ago +22

      As e genuine USA resident... I too thought it was because the reeds get dry

    • Miss Cutenar
      Miss Cutenar 2 months ago +13

      weirdly, as a german viewer as well, I have absorbed the expression through cultural osmosis I guess, so it made perfect sense to me, I just thought it was funny that they would choose to do something like this when its also the idiom 😂

  • bluejay
    bluejay 2 months ago +679

    my dad actually taught an underwater basket weaving course when he was in college. he achieved the pinnacle of useless college courses.

    • jules
      jules Month ago +5

      Have you shown him this video? He'd probably like it lol

    • Specimen
      Specimen 2 months ago +27

      @Sir Pigeon III a few google searches later and I still don't know

    • Sir Pigeon III
      Sir Pigeon III 2 months ago +15

      I'm not sure if you're serious

  • Nova
    Nova Month ago +17

    You know, I've tried REGULAR basket weaving and it is so hard! To do this underwater is probably crazy hard!
    Also, I hate ads. Don't we all? well, I always love your guy's really bad, cheezy ones. They make me smile :)
    (I'm also really impressed with how soft your shirts are! My aunt got me some [ a men's and a women's size of the Chaotically spelled Chaos] and I really have to fight the urge to ask her to buy more and wear them every day lol)

  • Evan Ortiz
    Evan Ortiz Month ago +26

    The weirdness of everything they do and the way they do it is just what makes me watch this thanks for being a great channel❤😊

  • Julia Cora
    Julia Cora 2 months ago +41

    they could have just put their hands under the water, but no, they decided to dive, classic Evan and Katelyn AHAHAHAHAHAHHA

  • Sam Baker
    Sam Baker 2 months ago +1607

    I'm surprised Katelyn was shocked that Even spent 7 grand on equipment.

    • gorgonzola86
      gorgonzola86 2 months ago +9

      Buying this equipment can only mean this was not the last underwater diy-project.

    • Taylor Nygren
      Taylor Nygren 2 months ago +1

      Yeah seriously. It’s Evan. He’s such an over doer.

    • Jay_ofall _Trades
      Jay_ofall _Trades 2 months ago

      Will E&K use it enough for it to be a business expense and tax write off is the question ⁉️

    • Gabriel D'Artemius
      Gabriel D'Artemius 2 months ago

      ​@Evan and Katelyn Give it back!! Evan got a leak!! Ask for a refund!!!

    • Taz
      Taz 2 months ago +3

      @Evan and Katelyn it was for work ::) tax write off

  • TheBodyguard13
    TheBodyguard13 2 months ago +102

    Thank you for finally doing what I always thought underwater basket weaving was! It took me years to realize that they only submerged the baskets and the reeds not the whole person.

    • Diablo The Cheater
      Diablo The Cheater 19 days ago

      @Dutchik "Pulling yourself up by the bootstraps" is not impossible, you only need a tiny remote control rocket with monopropelant and being in orbit, then you attach the rocket to the bootstraps and remote control away from the planet you are orbiting, that way you are pulling yourself up by the bootstraps, nobody said you had to do it by hand and without tools. To be in orbit is required because otherwise the shoes would fly out of your feet

    • MamaMOB
      MamaMOB Month ago +2

      @NoiseDay that phrase doesn’t mean it’s something that’s impossible to do it means some thing that’s a waste of time to do. A degree in underwater basket weaving is a useless degree. That’s the point of the phrase.

    • Dutchik
      Dutchik 2 months ago +4

      @NoiseDay that's what "Pulling yourself up by the bootstraps" is for. But that gets used as something you should do.

    • NoiseDay
      NoiseDay 2 months ago +5

      Or that the phrase meant trying to do the impossible- you can't weave baskets underwater! You'd drown!

    • NoiseDay
      NoiseDay 2 months ago +10

      Same here. I only just realized that the weaver doesn't have to be underwater. I thought it was some kind of extremely obscure cultural practice.

  • wakjagner
    wakjagner Month ago +42

    As someone who spent 3 years getting a bachelors in history, I appreciate you two finally fulfilling my original degree ambitions.

  • Thomas Ghadban
    Thomas Ghadban Month ago +13

    I don't know how this became a thing, but I'm all for it

  • Teeny Froog
    Teeny Froog Month ago +2

    I had no idea what underwater basket weaving was but I love watching you guys do just about anything 😭

  • Jessica Jones
    Jessica Jones 2 months ago +927

    My dad always used the term “underwater basket weaving” to refer to useless (or almost useless) degrees, so you’re not the only ones who were confused when other people didn’t understand!

    • Diablo The Cheater
      Diablo The Cheater 19 days ago

      @KawaiiAria Umia Real supportive your family there bud.

    • Z_ZigZagCat
      Z_ZigZagCat 2 months ago

      wait actually

    • GriffOutdoorTV
      GriffOutdoorTV 2 months ago +2

      yeah I've heard this term a lot

    • KawaiiAria Umia
      KawaiiAria Umia 2 months ago +8

      my family told me my ceramics degree was just one step up from an underwater basket weaving degree. I asked them where I could major in that!

    • Red Peter Panda
      Red Peter Panda 2 months ago +2

      I grew up with this saying but it was my mom who said it.

  • top text bottom text
    top text bottom text Month ago +1

    I have never heard of underwater backet weaving so I was taking the video at 100% face value until you explained what it meant 😭

  • Samantha M
    Samantha M Month ago +3

    I’ve never heard the basket weaving term butttt my bf is from Vermont and a college near where he lived offered igloo making courses…so that’s our go to (would be cool to take the course)

  • Lindsay Reddick
    Lindsay Reddick Month ago +10

    Yeah I’ve never heard the phrase but, those type of degrees weren’t really allowed at my college outside graduating behind in your major 🙄 was fun to watch

  • KM Reviews
    KM Reviews Month ago +1

    All you guys needed to buy was a couple air buddies for air.. it’s like a floating air tank that works awesome. Way cheaper and easily maneuverable.

  • Mackenzie Klingseis

    I've known what underwater basket weaving is since I as like 10 year old. I thought this was very common!

  • Liz the artsy dumbass
    Liz the artsy dumbass Month ago +5

    am i the only one imagining the neighbours the whole video? like "how do you get it so upright? is it your thigs?......its my thighs and my crotch" brooo the neighbours mustv had a fun day listening XD

  • Joel Riggs
    Joel Riggs 2 months ago +26

    The presentation of diplomas was flawless. You guys do a great job with all the video skits and editing shenanigans.

  • Hallie Pettit
    Hallie Pettit Month ago

    Ok I must comment ya'll are the cutest couple of all social media in my opinion I love ya'lls videos and I hope you never stop making them!!!!

  • jade leth
    jade leth Month ago +30

    I've never heard the term before and until you explained it I was just happy to go along with it as yet another quirky, overly complicated challenge that E&K thought up for themselves. ;)
    Considering that these are the first baskets you ever made and you did it underwater, I think they're pretty damn great! Of course, my approval is meaningless; what did Joob think? I'm pretty sure she's going to fit, but would she deign to sit?

  • DezzyDayy
    DezzyDayy 2 months ago +86

    Evan's "seven thousand dollars" sounded so chaotic and katelyns "NO" was so funny

  • asinine poppycock
    asinine poppycock Month ago

    this is the first time i heard this phrase, actually, but i wasnt surprised yall woulda just found this to be a fun activity to do LOL

  • Ruben Alexander
    Ruben Alexander 2 months ago +10

    As someone who's SCUBA certified and has a degree in which underwater photography comes into play, I always get so happy seeing other people diving in videos so I was OVERJOYED to see you both taking on such a strange underwater task!

  • Braden Nietert
    Braden Nietert Month ago +11

    Evan and Katelyn just proved that underwater basket weaving is indeed a very difficult thing to do contrary to what we all grew up thinking LOL also this should 100% be an olympic sport

  • Mothman Unavailable
    Mothman Unavailable 2 months ago +9

    Katelyn's basket would definitely make a good makeshift nest for my chickens! :]

  • Bo
    Bo 2 months ago +12

    evan making a little smiley face out of the mark he made on the table is LITERALLY a happy accident, I love it

  • Marilyn Miller
    Marilyn Miller Month ago +7

    I lived in Hawaii for around 15 years… I had a local woman show me how to weave baskets! Everything you need is free and it’s fun! We would pre soak the fronds for a few hours to a few days and we put a fabric softener in the water! A neat trick to better soften yet not weakening the fronds! I loved it so much !!!

  • DarkQueenHelba
    DarkQueenHelba 2 months ago +689

    I want so much underwater content now. I fully EXPECT more crafts underwater now.

    • Ana Pie
      Ana Pie 2 months ago +4

      @Tiny Star pretty sure that was rented and Evan bought these but I could have misunderstood!

    • Nate
      Nate 2 months ago

      Underwater resin

    • Sarah Bradstreet
      Sarah Bradstreet 2 months ago +9

      @Tiny Star we don’t have to hold our breath, their $7,000 underwater equipment makes it so that you don’t have to!

    • Tiny Star
      Tiny Star 2 months ago +6

      Don't hold your breath. They did a full live underwater stream on twitch a year or 2 ago. I thought this was the same gear they already owned...

    • Lacy Taylor
      Lacy Taylor 2 months ago +35

      I mean, 7k+ equipment, I hope they do more, gotta make their moneys worth in videos

  • Kelly Howard
    Kelly Howard 2 months ago +10

    katelyn saying "nice" to the huge leak in evan's air hose made me laugh so much omg

  • stichy626
    stichy626 Month ago

    Hello Evan and Katelyn. I have a question. So you have made a Tensegrity Table, but what about a hour glass Table made from Resin? 🤔🧐🤨⌛⏳

  • Evan Boyar
    Evan Boyar Month ago +7

    For an underwater robotics competition I once had to construct baskets underwater. With your gear it would have been so much easier!

  • Mary Hyatt
    Mary Hyatt Month ago

    Love it! I work at a college and say this all the time…I’m a boomer lol

  • Olivia
    Olivia Month ago +1

    Aha - as a Brit, I’d never heard that phrase and just assumed it was a regulation random idea of yours! We say “Mickey Mouse degree”

  • Sanabalis Dragon
    Sanabalis Dragon Month ago

    According to Mr. Black, the first step in learning how to weave baskets underwater is to learn how to breathe underwater. 🤔

  • Tabatha Cole
    Tabatha Cole 2 months ago +14

    🦋I was laughing! I was holding my breath! I was watching every move of this basket weaving video! It had danger! It had comedy! It had romance! It had me guessing and feeling them good vibes! Funny, perilous and informative! Perfect combination for Friday! Thanks, guys! I’m sending y’all big ‘ol southern hugs🦋

  • Hugh M
    Hugh M 2 months ago

    Full face mask snorkel -- am I a joke to you? 😂

  • Alyssa Rosenthal
    Alyssa Rosenthal Month ago

    Finally watched… and found a fellow sinker!!! 😂

  • TORI
    TORI Month ago

    i was born in 2000 and i’ve also heard “underwater basket weaving” a million times (: not sure if it’s relevant but im from the south too (ga) so maybe it’s more of a regional thing?

  • PumpkinSpike
    PumpkinSpike Month ago +3

    I love that y'all troubleshot all the execution of it. I would have gave up on trying to breath underwater and just tried keeping the reeds submerged and working with just my hands underwater. I feel like this could be a fun attrition someplace and a way to sell expensive baskets. Y'all are champs slugging through this. The baskets look great.

    MINKYARTZ  Month ago

    Thought you might have been used to doing an underwater challenge , you did a live underwater, granted it was quite a while ago

  • Waffles the Rabbit
    Waffles the Rabbit 2 months ago +522

    I'm looking forward to all the underwater content we're going to get in the future (⁠^⁠.^⁠)

    • Jessica Å
      Jessica Å 2 months ago +4

      @Lacy Taylor It's a business expense, plus they'll earn it back in no time anyway.

    • CSN
      CSN 2 months ago +4

      Like after the underwater stream they did? Maybe I've been missing all that underwater content since I'm not on Twitch...

    • Jehty
      Jehty 2 months ago +19

      @Lacy Taylor they got a discount 🤓

    • Lacy Taylor
      Lacy Taylor 2 months ago +14

      Can you imagine spending 7k for a single video

  • Chera Chapin
    Chera Chapin 2 months ago +4

    I couldn't even wait more than 5 minutes to comment.
    Evan's very assured response to Katelynn's question "Are we ever going to use this again? Why didn't we just rent equipment?" Was just simply so satisfying (as a thrifty shopper, myself) "Because I got a discount"
    I only have 2 thumbs, but I give you ALL the thumbs up, sir!

  • Michaela Huss
    Michaela Huss 2 months ago +3

    I would unironically watch an entire Evan and Katelyn Hallmark-esque Holiday movie lol 🎥 🍿
    It seems like a classic “big city-small town” holiday romcom at first, until you get to the underwater basket weaving subplot… 🌊🧺
    Truly, a work of art. 👍

  • Belynda Williams
    Belynda Williams 2 months ago +4

    Loved this! I used to do presentations and a part of it was to encourage the audience to go back to school. My attempt at being humorous was to say "except underwater basket weaving". Unfortunately, words are hard and I panicked and said " under water basket bowling". My coworkers have not let me forget it, even 10 yrs later. Lol 😆 Thanks for the video, love you both! And Jubes especially!

  • Hallie Pettit
    Hallie Pettit Month ago

    I bet you neighbors are so fascinated with yall!!!

  • Brandi S
    Brandi S 2 months ago +785

    Their videos are the definition of “ Worth the wait”

    • ☻ThawBerry☹︎
      ☻ThawBerry☹︎ 2 months ago +2

      @GIMME true! For the amount they spend in time and money, they be working FAST!

    • GIMME
      GIMME 2 months ago +1

      And the nice thing is that they don’t even take to long

    • ☻ThawBerry☹︎
      ☻ThawBerry☹︎ 2 months ago +1

      add it to the dictionary

    • OverArian
      OverArian 2 months ago +5

      @Evan and Katelyn your videos are the best!!

    • Evan and Katelyn
      Evan and Katelyn  2 months ago +98

      so glad you enjoy them, thank you!

  • Bela Bruekers
    Bela Bruekers Month ago +1

    As a person who’s first language is not English, I was very confused as to why you were doing such a weird and random thing like that… 😂😂😂

  • Rachel Shadoan
    Rachel Shadoan 2 months ago +1

    Oh man, I’m only 5 minutes into the video and y’all have already helped me with a project! I have been looking for “brass threaded inserts” but had no idea what they were called. Thank you!

  • snowpuppies1
    snowpuppies1 Month ago +4

    I need a whole series of underwater tasks, now.

  • Alix McMullan
    Alix McMullan Month ago +2

    I literally watch every single one of your videos, no matter the topic. I just trust that it’s going to be good because you’re one ones who made it.

  • Cindy Wells
    Cindy Wells 2 months ago +1

    This took me way back to my time at Reed College in Portland, OR during the early ’90s, as I think that Reed College might have formed the origin of the phrase Underwater Basket Weaving, which was taught in the college swimming pool. They historically have a yearly festival called Paideia where both faculty and students can offer short courses in areas they have knowledge about (such as Tarot Reading) but one course that was always offered every year was-you guessed it-Underwater Basket Weaving. Now to be certain-given the unusually quirky sense of humor displayed by Reedies-it’s possible that they just decided to take the common term and turn it into a literal course, much like you did with your video, but given that Reed was the first time I had even heard of it, I naturally assumed at the time that they originated it. I got the sense that the course had been taught there at least as far back as the 60’s, but I could be mistaken, as I never saw it detailed in a history of the college. However, I can assure you, it wasn’t for credit, and there wasn’t much charged as a course fee.

  • Shawn Patton
    Shawn Patton 2 months ago

    Everything about this was amazing, from the concept to the equipment to finished product to editing... hilarious and obviously totally worth it : ) Except now we expect all future videos to be underwater though ; )

  • littleemochick13
    littleemochick13 27 days ago

    I love watching you both interact! There’s clearly so much love between you both and it makes for some top quality content

  • Dosbomber
    Dosbomber 2 months ago +4

    So I guess we're going to be seeing a LOT more underwater challenge videos from E&K for the next year or so, eh?

  • Rainfire
    Rainfire 2 months ago +1

    This is literally what I have pictured my whole life when hearing "underwater basket weaving". I know logically this could not be the case but in my head there's always a person like 15 feet underwater for some reason surrounded by sea plants and fish just weaving away [holding their breath no less] with a few little bubbles blubbling up from them every now and then. I have wanted to see someone actually attempt this fully submerged since always. You have Fulfilled one of my life's dreams and I will forever be grateful to you for your service. I laughed so hard I cried and was so giddy and happy the whole way through this. The christmas movie in the middle was pure gold as well. Thank you so much for your creativity and the joy you bring to my life!

  • Longingtobesomeone
    Longingtobesomeone 2 months ago +2

    This was so good!! This video is top notch, I loved it! I just had so much fun and you too! And all those silly things that happened or you said... My face is hurting from smiling so widely. 😁 Also, that kiss in your little commercial was movie-worthy, I had to pause to admire it. ❤

  • Malik Iskandar
    Malik Iskandar Month ago

    I found your channel from Alec Steele and after that I watching all your video 🤗🤗

  • Skunky Wild
    Skunky Wild 2 months ago +1

    Just incredible! I've always loved the term "underwater basket weaving" so I'm glad to see it's not completely fake! 😆

  • Nicky Sonder
    Nicky Sonder 2 months ago +410

    Evan going "We had a discount" is literally me today, defending my Black Friday purchases to my husband 🤣

    • Ghostess
      Ghostess 2 months ago +1

      me at the after halloween sales every year

    • Anne Beach
      Anne Beach 2 months ago +1

      Same tho.

    • SamtheCat
      SamtheCat 2 months ago +6

      Was about to write that. Not the husband part, though.

  • Exayevie
    Exayevie 2 months ago +1

    I'm going to be honest, I had never heard the phrase underwater basket weaving... yet I had exactly no questions when I saw Evan and Katelyn were doing it.

  • Ro Som
    Ro Som Month ago +2

    I've used that phrase many times but have never actually seen it implemented! Bravo! You have added a new level of credibility to the phrase of getting a degree in underwater basket weaving!

  • kleines Ren
    kleines Ren 2 months ago

    I think this is my favorite video of you this year

  • Red Raven
    Red Raven 2 months ago +1

    Please, please do a part two, this was amazing 😂

  • Charity
    Charity 2 months ago +694

    Your videos are quite literally the definition of "trust the process"

  • TheFoxesMind
    TheFoxesMind 2 months ago +1

    If it helps, I think that the floating thing might be more due to panic. I used to have the same problem (and I still do sometimes), because I tend to overthink the floating aspect, so when I'd try, I'd unintentionally panic, and I'd start to sink. Also, you guys are the only ones that I sit through sponsor segments for. I adore them!

  • Jillian Gerhardt
    Jillian Gerhardt 2 months ago +2

    It makes me so happy that they literally did this. Also, I’m old too, I totally knew the phrase.

  • Jonathan Gauthier
    Jonathan Gauthier Month ago

    🤞Throw in a couple more videos of "[...] ⚗💊 Symposiums, African Killer Spelling Bees, and Bowling in Ice Hockey Rinks", and you just get a call from Fat Mike and the rest of NOFX, lol. OMG, it would be a dream-come-true to see you guys all collab together!!!! Doing the whole Anarchy Camp list as a relay circuit would be EPIC!

  • ThatGuy
    ThatGuy Month ago +2

    Underwater basket weaving was the hardest merit badge at boy scout summer camp over 8 years ago. Of course it was just a running joke, but a good one. I also appreciate just how overdone the budget and every other part of this was. Definitely adds to the humor.

  • Jody Chance
    Jody Chance 2 months ago +324

    I don’t know if “underwater basket weaving” is still a thing, but it definitely was in the 1980’s. My best friend was getting her Masters in Occupational Therapy and called me one day laughing because she literally had to take a basket weaving (terrestrial) class as part of the degree program. Basket weaving is way to improve hand/wrist/finger strength & dexterity.

    • Kuro
      Kuro 2 months ago +2

      I had to do the basket weaving for my degree in Occtherapy as well XD I don`t think that will ever stop being a thing for the degree

    • Finntastic
      Finntastic 2 months ago +34

      Yeah I got my degree for occupational therapy in 2016 and we still do basket weaving!

  • Just Jillie
    Just Jillie 2 months ago +3

    I wish this video was two hours long I need more. More explanation, more commentary, more problem solving, and obviously more basket weaving. More

  • Elizabeth Chaney
    Elizabeth Chaney 2 months ago +1

    I'm older so I've heard this term regularly- totally love it that you really did it! Loved the graduation ceremony and the Hallmark ad. 😆❤

  • Jordan Huggett
    Jordan Huggett 2 months ago

    We had a bunch of these in my house growing up! I always wondered how they were made!

  • Andy
    Andy Month ago

    As an actual scuba diver, a LOT of this video was hard to watch

  • TheWhamBam
    TheWhamBam 2 months ago +385

    Love that the diving audio was coming out of speakers 😂
    Evan: "I'm doing it with my thighs, and my crotch"
    The neighbours: 😨

    • Kai
      Kai 2 months ago

      @MouseMaster they are emojis that you get for subcribing to a membership on their channel for a monthly fee, there are other perks, but I don't remember all of them.

    • MouseMaster
      MouseMaster 2 months ago +2

      @Evan and Katelyn where did you get those emojis? Do you have a special button on your screen or somthingm?

    • philihc
      philihc 2 months ago +3

      Under water love would be a good soundtrack

    • Dr Bright
      Dr Bright 2 months ago +24

      That whole segment was no context gold

    • b0mm32
      b0mm32 2 months ago +42

      @Evan and Katelyn It's not that type of channel!

  • nicksurfs1
    nicksurfs1 2 months ago +1

    I feel like a lot of the problems experienced in this video could have been solved by becoming scuba certified. But I’m not sure the vibes would have been the same if they knew what they were doing. The struggle is part of the charm

  • toddnyallison
    toddnyallison 2 months ago

    This was an absolute roller coaster from start to finish 😂I love all of your commercials, the Raycon holiday parody made me laugh. I also love the new holiday merch! I'm hoping to grab one before they sell out!

  • Emilie Moss
    Emilie Moss Month ago +3

    I can still hear my mom, "I don't care if you get a degree in underwater basket weaving, you're getting some sort of a degree!"

  • Zachary Ribera
    Zachary Ribera 2 months ago

    This is the reason I watch you two!! Wholesome, amazing and crazy videos! I love you guys!

  • Prehistoric Pleb
    Prehistoric Pleb 2 months ago

    I love you two. I love the advertisements, the encouragement of each other and the sheer silliness you emit. Never change ❤

  • L'nae Luza
    L'nae Luza 2 months ago

    LOVE this! Great job on every moment!

  • Carrie Becker
    Carrie Becker 2 months ago

    You two are literally the CUTEST 😻! I could watch you guys all day every day. I was in a shitty mood and now I'm laughing and feel great ❤️. Love you guys and your content.

  • Mo Nilla Co.
    Mo Nilla Co. Month ago +4

    I dunno why but underwater basket weaving reminds me of the first Rugrats movie when Dee-Dee was looking at options for giving birth to Dill and one of the rooms have underwater basket weaving.

  • VKJaZZy
    VKJaZZy 2 months ago

    I love when your guys' southern accents pop up! When I first started watching this channel a few years back, I had no clue that you were actually from Texas. Ya'll had me fooled! Also, I too want to weave a basket now. Maybe just not underwater. It's cold in Northern California!

  • RandomVids
    RandomVids 2 months ago +1

    This is such a departure from your normal content, and I love it!
    Banger vid as always y'all

  • Tyler Maurmann
    Tyler Maurmann 2 months ago +2

    As some one who has earned and then taught the Basketry merit badge, this was very entertaining xD

  • IJ Layugan
    IJ Layugan 2 months ago

    The most interesting part for me in these vids are discovering the problems and solving it. As a college student in an engineering course yall are just smart and inspiring!

  • Em
    Em 2 months ago +1

    I never heard underwater basket weaving before lol. I thought it was just another one of your projects. My mum used to say that some degrees at University were "Mickey Mouse degrees". I think it meant the same lol.

  • LilMeowMeow
    LilMeowMeow 2 months ago

    Y'all come up with the most unique video ideas. I just love them so much!

  • K Flores
    K Flores 2 months ago

    I have learned many things from this video: That "underwater basket weaving" was a phrase, and also how to possibly do it. If I ever had enough money and time to not only learn how to weave but also underwater weave, who knows maybe I would. Thank you for the education.

  • Pemily
    Pemily 2 months ago

    This was absolutely amazing. I was rapt by the action and suspense! Also, the ad-read in the middle is the best Hel-mark movie I have ever seen. 10/10 would never attempt but will watch again.