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Emotional Damage: Asian Parent Punishments 3

  • Published on Sep 19, 2022
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  • BattlestarClashes
    BattlestarClashes 9 days ago +2445

    I was about to eat some food but then my parents told me they knew a kid who ate food who got attacked by a cat and now lives with a family of geese. Thanks, Steven.

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 8 days ago +428

    Steven He never fails to show his humor to us

  • Tee Noush
    Tee Noush 8 days ago +150

    We, Failures, are immensely grateful for being validated through your videos ๐Ÿ™‡๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ Let's keep this culture alive for the generations to come!

    • thoa kim
      thoa kim 8 hours ago


    • dcoog anml
      dcoog anml 5 days ago +3

      Based on the game that he's playing, he might actually get hit by a car, so his dad is just looking out for him. What a great father!

  • ใ‚ซใ‚คใƒ€a
    ใ‚ซใ‚คใƒ€a 8 days ago +29

    I am so happy to see how your channel has grown as well as production quality. Seeing you collab with others, hang out with friends, having fun- I am really happy for your continuous success!

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    Stevenโ€™s dad isnโ€™t joking. I can allost guarantee that someone, somewhere on earth playing their Playstation, has gotten hit with a car. Anything is possible.

    • AmtrakCalleriErikku
      AmtrakCalleriErikku 19 hours ago

      I see you everywhere dawg lmao

    • Kale
      Kale 6 days ago

      I canโ€™t believe you would disrespect the poor kids family who has to bear the loss of losing the child. This is completely outrageous. I am shaking and crying. I cannot believe anyone would say such heartless and cruel things m.

  • Sceats Sketches
    Sceats Sketches 9 days ago +2507

    Big congratulations to Steven's dad for being promoted from professional Asian Dad... to Professional Asian.

    • thi kim
      thi kim 6 hours ago


    • Noel DeHesus
      Noel DeHesus 3 days ago

      @Steven He ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ thats true

    • Detective pussy
      Detective pussy 3 days ago

      Isn't that a.... Demotion? ๐Ÿ˜‚ He no longer is a dad

  • Baldsy Bomb
    Baldsy Bomb 8 days ago +19

    I never thought Stevens dad would get this promotion I mean he teaches failure management well but my parents have taken it to a whole new level. ๐Ÿ˜†

  • Kedo
    Kedo 8 days ago +24

    Based on the game that he's playing, he might actually get hit by a car, so his dad is just looking out for him. What a great father!

  • SERGIp51D
    SERGIp51D 4 days ago +1

    Dude Iโ€™m so proud of you, feel like Iโ€™ve been following a friend along on his journeyโ€ฆover 5 million subs!! Keep climbing m8! And my entire office uses emotional damage on a daily basis ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Tech Arts
    Tech Arts 7 days ago +10

    What a coincidence that he remembered the laundry after drinking the Emotional Damage drink. Added a nice touch of extra comedy in it

  • SpaceMonkeyBoi
    SpaceMonkeyBoi 9 days ago +4116

    As a man that doesn't have Asian parents, I can confirm that this is real.

  • peebterrr
    peebterrr 7 days ago +12

    As an Indian, this is too relatable to be true ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    HYPER GAMING 38 minutes ago +1

    Congrats to Stevens dad because he became the best failure management professional in Asia.....congrats sir

  • Valgrian
    Valgrian 5 days ago +1

    "Lesson Three:
    When you want your viewers to feel like they are being punished, just upload a video to 'Steven He' channel without any bloopers. Your viewers will begin to question themselves, and wonder if they did something wrong. This can lead to crippling anxiety and craving other 'Steven He' videos with bloopers at the end to satisfy their need for validation.
    Guaranteed emotional damage."

  • eigow ou
    eigow ou 2 days ago

    I love how much the camera shook while running to the laundry room! such an action shot.

  • The Big Happy.
    The Big Happy. 9 days ago +2258

    This is what they need to teach us in school.
    The discipline of Emotional Damage must last throughout adulthood!

    • RiRi Gala
      RiRi Gala 5 days ago

      Not funny. You don't want permanent emotional damage. Believe me. I'm still getting over it at mid life.

    • Arctic Flames
      Arctic Flames 8 days ago

      @Steven He studying emotional damage for my test

      SVRJELLY 8 days ago


    • Jenny A. UU37
      Jenny A. UU37 8 days ago

      @DrChicken247 I heard it too! 3:11

  • pouu ktin
    pouu ktin 3 days ago

    Imagine Steven's grandfather earlier gave these lessons , giving Steven's dad's example and Steven is enjoying it's recordings.

  • GiGa Boi
    GiGa Boi 8 days ago

    Even if he repeats the same "emotional damage" joke in most of his video, it still remains funny and top tier joke

  • Shae's Ghost *BOO*
    Shae's Ghost *BOO* 8 days ago

    Learning to drive from my dad years ago when I was a kid. He told me to keep both hands on the wheel because a tire could fall off and I needed to keep control of the car if it happened. Needless to say, I ALWAYS was worried about this. Told my husband this and he laughed and said the odds of this happening were so small. Talk about emotional damage. Shit your parents tell you when you are a kid sticks with you! ๐Ÿคฃ

  • Coltrane McMane
    Coltrane McMane 8 days ago

    My god, that just reminded me of this one time while I was staying with my dad in the middle of the pandemic. The dryer didn't work so he had to air dry the clothes. Since it was nice and warm, I wanted to air dry them outside instead of inside for once. Before I could, my dad decided to stop me and his reasoning was that I might get COVID on my clothes if I leave them out there. I gave up right there and then because of how absurd that sounded and just left them to dry inside.

  • Krishna Harsha M
    Krishna Harsha M 9 days ago +1251

    The part where steven thinks about all the tasks he was asked to do but forget the important one, it is so relatable.

    • Salty Sergeant
      Salty Sergeant 19 hours ago

      @goodial nah, the rest of it was. The Mac and cheese was so they got some typical American food, in case they didn't like the main course.

    • goodial
      goodial 20 hours ago

      @Salty Sergeant Mac&Cheese is anything but Italian. So if you promise an Italian meal and deliver that I'd be disappointed as well tbh ;)

    • ryan mckinzie
      ryan mckinzie Day ago

      This is why I wrote things down as a kid and had the parent confirm.

    • Salty Sergeant
      Salty Sergeant 5 days ago

      @Abigail N oh, bro, no. Never. I dated an Asian lady and you can NEVER "forget the rice". It's every day. I only ever did it once. The first, and last, time I ever did. Her and the kids looked so mad and disappointed, like I took rover in the woods and came back alone. It's not even a joke. Do not forget the rice, _ever_ .
      Edit: typo
      Edit edit: keep in mind, I made a full course Italian meal with home made Mac n cheese. It was the first time cooking for them, so i went a little overboard, trying to impress. I spared no expense, but no rice meant the rest of the meal was empty for them. They didn't know what to do without it on their plate, every day.

    • Salty Sergeant
      Salty Sergeant 5 days ago +3

      That always sucks. Do 5 things but forget the only thing they actually asked for us to to....and they always complain, instead of saying, "Oh, it's ok, you did enough today. Just take care of it tomorrow. Good work, son!", they say something like, "get out of my house, son, you're almost 40.".

  • TheNewCarryTrade

    This skit is still hilarious even after so many iterations on the same theme

  • emmanuel heidari
    emmanuel heidari 8 days ago

    I am literally dying of laughter I love what you do and everything about you I think your awesome
    But seriously that really seems painful

  • Discipulos Christi
    Discipulos Christi 2 days ago

    The "smells like minimum wage" part cracked me up.. I'm dying laughing here

  • AC 88
    AC 88 9 days ago +503

    As an IRL psychologist, I cannot tell you how many times EMOTIONAL DAMAGE pops into my head during sessions!

    • Sam Cruise
      Sam Cruise 7 days ago +2

      My wife works in clinical psychology and it pops into my head when she tells me some stories. Some inappropriate chuckling had to be explained.

    • Carrie Ullrich
      Carrie Ullrich 8 days ago +1


    • Jaded and Empty
      Jaded and Empty 9 days ago +5

      I can't wait for the day when parents get a real life pop-up before doing some messed up shit like "Are you SURE you want to do/say this?" and "[Child] will remember that."

    • T Sultana
      T Sultana 9 days ago +1

      Oh GrEaT hEaVeNs

  • ragluvsmusic
    ragluvsmusic 4 days ago

    ๐Ÿ˜‚ I loved when the Father walks in and says: โ€œsmells like minimum wageโ€๐Ÿ˜‚

  • CancerStars07
    CancerStars07 8 days ago

    I donโ€™t think Iโ€™ve laughed this hard in a long time, thank you Steven

  • ยทใ€ฐPoofie~Bakuใ€ฐยท๐Ÿ’˜

    This is what they need to teach us in school.
    The discipline of Emotional Damage must last throughout adulthood!

  • Erick Diaz
    Erick Diaz 8 days ago

    This dude always put a smile on my face, very effective!

  • maddy_mktk
    maddy_mktk 9 days ago +152

    "Smell like minimum wage." That got me laughing so hard there. You make the funniest content ever! :D

    • Be Straight
      Be Straight 9 days ago +2

      Finally it's here after so long

    • Steven He
      Steven He  9 days ago +37

      That's an upgrade from my cologne: "Unemployment"

  • SAA Official
    SAA Official 8 days ago +1

    Honestly one of the best courses on the internet available for free
    Thanks a lot, Steven's dad!!

  • John Rambo
    John Rambo 3 days ago

    The biggest emotional damage is at the end, when he says thats how you manage your failure, implying the kid is the failure hes managing and hes a failure for doing any of those things. I do all of those things, which by proxy makes me a failure. Now I have emotional damage from watching the video. Guess ill quit my job and work a minimum wage job now. Thanks Steven.

  • kchattx
    kchattx 5 days ago

    I love how instead of turning the dryer back on Steven waved it around like a flag, blew on it, and used a hair dryer ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ Thawing the chicken is still my favorite though. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Leenah Fakhri
    Leenah Fakhri 5 days ago

    You never fail to make us laugh. I even showed my dad your videos.

  • watchmeimflying
    watchmeimflying 9 days ago +916

    I like that Stevenโ€™s dad doesnโ€™t even bother referring to your child as a child and skips straight to failure

    • Rae S
      Rae S 8 days ago

      Failures must be referred to as 'failure' unless your parents are bragging about you to other family members.

    • ะš ๐Ÿ…ฅ
      ะš ๐Ÿ…ฅ 8 days ago

      Finally it's here after so long

    • Pearl
      Pearl 8 days ago

      Halo this is my failure he does calculus but is three BEAT THAT!

    • Viking289
      Viking289 9 days ago +9

      Its because if your watching the video you already have a failure lol

  • yourLocalKamikaze
    yourLocalKamikaze 5 days ago +2

    As a professional asian kid who has asian kids, I can say that this is 100% real.

  • Red Dawn
    Red Dawn 13 hours ago +1

    I will manage my failure like a professional thanks to these lessons

  • demi soi
    demi soi 8 hours ago

    What a coincidence that he remembered the laundry after drinking the Emotional Damage drink. Added a nice touch of extra comedy in it

  • mitchell gow
    mitchell gow 6 days ago

    I always enjoy your videos especially the ones with Stevens dad. I think Steven is such a failure to his dad he didnโ€™t want to say โ€œIโ€™m a professional Asian dadโ€ in the intros anymore๐Ÿ˜‚

  • ้ปƒไปฒ่ชผ
    ้ปƒไปฒ่ชผ 9 days ago +2358

    As an Asian teenager with Asian parents, I'm telling you guys, these are pretty dang accurate lol

  • dcoog anml
    dcoog anml 6 days ago

    I love how much the camera shook while running to the laundry room! such an action shot.

  • hans pasto
    hans pasto 5 days ago

    Thank you Steven He for preparing me for whenever i have children i might, no WILL use these tactics day and night to watch my kids get EMOTIONAL DAMAGE

  • Lili Owen
    Lili Owen 7 days ago

    The hair dryer to dry clothes is great. Although you should tie/close all openings but one and point the hair dryer through one opening so the air fills the thing and dries it more efficiently since the hot air will pass through the fabric meaning you use the hair dryer less so less electricity is used

  • Sami Rezler
    Sami Rezler 8 days ago

    Amazing ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ you're a genius ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป my grandmother would love this channel. She passed away when I was 10. She loved causing emotional as well as physical damage

  • Big bird
    Big bird 9 days ago +583

    Bro that panic of trying to get the chore done as fast as possible before you get in trouble is portrayed beautifully

    • here is the full clip
      here is the full clip 7 days ago

      Finally it's here after so long :

    • 3NDL355
      3NDL355 7 days ago

      I do that every day

    • Vaccinated Kid
      Vaccinated Kid 8 days ago


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  • No Name Bxtch
    No Name Bxtch 3 days ago

    0:23 I'm not Asian but I felt this in my bones๐Ÿ˜‚ It was so stressful trying to figure out what I needed to do while the dread of an oncoming ass-whooping lingered in the air

  • CasualJimm
    CasualJimm 3 days ago

    That last one works unimaginably wellโ€ฆ until you finally yeet them into depression then your failure will want to remain in the dangerous situation

  • Austin Kuklinski
    Austin Kuklinski 8 days ago

    I love this series of instructional videos on how to mess up your child. Great vid as always

  • AZ
    AZ 8 days ago +1

    One time had my grandfather come home from work early and the second he does I get a call from my grandmother. Apparently, my grandfather had told her to thaw out the chicken and not only did she completely forget, but she had gone to do something else. So, she called me and told me to take the chicken out before my grandfather got home, completely unaware of the fact that I had her on speaker and my grandfather was quietly laughing to right next to me.

  • Dvalin
    Dvalin 9 days ago +940

    Whenever we feel like a failure, steven he brings us content for us to watch.

  • ๊งโ˜บ๏ธŽ๏ธŽ alexa_TheAquariusdragonE_Cโ˜ป๏ธŽ๊ง‚

    I always loved it whenever steven freaks and screaming, especially the frozen chicken one

  • ShadwehUmbrea
    ShadwehUmbrea 8 days ago

    Oh, that scene where Stephen is pondering if he forgot something is way too relatable...
    One time, as a kid, my mom had asked me to do some odd chore in the house before leaving for work one day during summer vacation. I was half asleep when she asked this, but I gave some sort of acknowledgment and she went on her way. At one point in the day, after I was fully conscious, I legitimately asked if I was forgetting something important. I eventually concluded that I wasn't and went on my merry way until 5:00 rolled around. Upset, Mom reminded me of the chore and asked me why it hadn't been done. A smart child what have gone with the old standby "I forgot." Me, being the smart ASS that I was, responded that, "I just wasn't motivated enough." After pausing and contemplating what I had said, my mother removed the belt from her waist and responded, "Let me introduce you to your motivation."
    (By the way, she told me years later that she was actually torn between being angry at the response and proud that I could think of it so quickly.)

  • loh brothers
    loh brothers 5 days ago +1

    the moment he saw the closet and threw his clothes inside the closet got me dying XD

  • WonkerAlien05
    WonkerAlien05 9 days ago +718

    Iโ€™m glad I can make my day better by watching Steven He.

    • Certaiter
      Certaiter 9 days ago

      Same here ๐Ÿ’ฏ

    • WonkerAlien05
      WonkerAlien05 9 days ago

      @KING OF CNP yeah totallyโ€ฆ

      KING OF CNP 9 days ago


    • James Nichols
      James Nichols 9 days ago +1

      @Steven He Slam the car door EXTRA HARD, for maximum effect.

  • R3miya
    R3miya 20 hours ago +1

    Fun fact: Iโ€™m Asian and my brother has been studying about everything he was the smartest in the family by age 4 ๐Ÿ’€

  • Caleb
    Caleb 8 days ago

    "Hello, I am a professional Asian." Love that line so much. I should use that when I meet people now.

  • Sam Lomp
    Sam Lomp 8 days ago

    โ€œyou must first give your failure an easy task they will forget, this will make them be in a sense of ease and trap them. That is when you return to deal the final emotional damage.โ€ -Steven He the art of emotional damage

  • Mattie K.
    Mattie K. 8 days ago

    I remember this one time when I procrastinated all my homework until around 7pm and my mom called me for dinner. I yelled back that I was almost done and proceeded to continue watching Flash-Player. She called me again at 7:15, much angrier this time, and I can still recall the wave of panic that I felt in my stomach...
    ...Probably because that happened just now, as I finished watching this video. Haha I am so screwed

    • Aqua_lily YT
      Aqua_lily YT 5 days ago

      Its been two days are you still alive I know I wouldn't be XD

  • Haladmer
    Haladmer 9 days ago +616

    When I was in high school, I became friends with a transfer student from HK.. Can confirm, this training is channeling his grandfather's spirit! That man's Failure Management (Emotional Damage) skills were on point... he was so skilled, even unassociated people 5 blocks away started to learn the piano!
    I still have flashbacks of the over the top stories. Like this one time I went to go get my friend so we could hang out with our friends, and his grandfather told this story of how he had to hunt white tigers, in the winter at night, while carrying multiple buckets of water for his small village from a river 15km away... and as a reward, he was allowed to stop at the local hardware store to work for money to buy the monthly sacks of rice for the family (which also had to be carried with everything else)
    To this day, I still feel like I'm not doing nearly enough for my family/friends whenever I want to go do something unproductive... lol

    • Riazu Wimpyegg
      Riazu Wimpyegg 4 days ago +4

      Now I know why the white tiger whose name xiao Bai, extinct...

    • dcoog anml
      dcoog anml 5 days ago +4

      This is what they need to teach us in school. The discipline of Emotional Damage must last throughout adulthood!

    • gillam1510
      gillam1510 6 days ago +3

      @Steven He emotional damage

  • Sabrina I
    Sabrina I 6 days ago +1

    Must be nice to be able to go the movies with Brett!

  • Salty Sergeant
    Salty Sergeant 5 days ago

    I relate more and more with the father as this series goes on.
    All he wants is Steven to do a simple chore.
    What does Steven do?
    Steven does not do the chore and calls the disappointment of father emotional damage.
    PLEASE KEEP MAKING THESE. You are become internet father, Steven. Teach us how to not be failures.

  • Jay Liu
    Jay Liu 2 days ago

    "the more ridiculous the more convincing ๐Ÿคฃ"
    blowdrying clothes dry is a good idea ๐Ÿ˜…

  • David Burns
    David Burns 5 days ago +1

    Another winner Steven, you are my favorite, keep us laughing brother.

  • LucazDoesStuff
    LucazDoesStuff 9 days ago +475

    I like how this series is constantly improving. This should be a TV Show!
    EDIT: thx for all the likes it's been my dream to get a lot of likes in a comment

    • Anna Inspain
      Anna Inspain 9 days ago +1

      If it goes to TV the producers and sponsors will ruin it.

    • DissTrackted
      DissTrackted 9 days ago +2

      Nah, This is too good for lame ass tv.

    • MusicISlife
      MusicISlife 9 days ago

      @Steven He Yes! Chappelle show vibes! We all want it Steven.

    • Broockle
      Broockle 9 days ago

      What does TV stand for? ๐Ÿ˜ต

  • AdmiralWinfrey
    AdmiralWinfrey Day ago

    I am dying of curiosity to know what Steven's dad is like and what he thinks of these videos

  • Yo Soy William Green
    Yo Soy William Green 4 days ago +1

    My youngest daughter is the most difficult of all my children.
    Iโ€™ve tried EVERYTHING.
    Now itโ€™s time for โ€œthe exampleโ€.

  • val
    val 5 days ago

    I laughed so ridiculously hard at the subtle call back to a previous skit that involved defrosting chicken.

  • Joanne L Watson
    Joanne L Watson 8 days ago

    This made me have flashbacks of growing up with my non-Asian Mother who was a Master of Emotional Damage.

  • Soniaโ€™s Way
    Soniaโ€™s Way 9 days ago +477

    Thanks to Steven for healing my Emotional Damage with his sense of humor

  • Moto Geee
    Moto Geee 8 days ago

    I was expecting the parents to be experiencing the emotional damage .๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚ But this was still funny.

  • This isn't where I parked my car

    My future kid are gonna love these, thank you Steven.

  • Claim 50-1000$ Free Gift Cards

    As an Asian teenager with Asian parents, I'm telling you guys, these are pretty dang accurate lol

  • Gokashi
    Gokashi 4 days ago +2

    My soul left my body when he put the whole tide jug in the washer

  • Default
    Default 9 days ago +9

    The second method is actually so funny lmao

  • Colby Steffens
    Colby Steffens 7 days ago

    Always a good day when Steven uploads, love your videos man keep it up (been watching for about a year almost)

  • StarrowV
    StarrowV 7 days ago

    Love how stevenโ€™s dad straight up said โ€œthank you for subscribingโ€ THE CONFIDENCE-
    Subbed to u already btw :D

  • Nathan Comparet
    Nathan Comparet 8 days ago

    Failure management is really the best series of videos on Flash-Player lmao I love this

  • FlyingPinkPigasus
    FlyingPinkPigasus 5 days ago

    Watched this sitting next to my Asian Mom, laughed obscenely loud. She immediately yelled "why you laughing!? Your face going to get stuck!" ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜ฐ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  • AllNighter_Boy
    AllNighter_Boy 9 days ago +299

    The montages of Steven trying to do the chore, like the โ€œITS STILL WETโ€ always kill me.

    • [ Mazurome ZERO ]
      [ Mazurome ZERO ] 8 days ago

      @Beast ๐Ÿ˜ˆ x2
      โ€œBangerโ€ sounds like โ€œFAILUREโ€ to me.

    • MonkeyJedi99
      MonkeyJedi99 9 days ago

      @Nicky Hendriks Yeah...

    • Nicky Hendriks
      Nicky Hendriks 9 days ago +1

      @MonkeyJedi99 and then you get whooped because you didn't fix the dryer. ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • MonkeyJedi99
      MonkeyJedi99 9 days ago +1

      That one is EASY!
      You mostly unplug the dryer so that there is no electrical connection and the slightest bump will make the plug fall to the floor.
      "Must have been vibrations?!"
      Hypothetically, of course. (/wink)

  • New Donk Timeโ€™s

    โ€œSmells like minimum wage.โ€ Man I just about died from that.
    Iโ€™m surprised the son didnโ€™t comment about being on the upper floors of the apartment.

  • Justin Wang
    Justin Wang 8 days ago +1

    So true this is literally what my Asian mom does so I can do what she wants๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Fentify
    Fentify 4 days ago +2

    not even exaggerating, this is genuinely useful

  • Kawrno
    Kawrno 6 days ago

    My father used the 'imaginary example' thing on me, I believed those for many years, and annoyingly he tried to still use it on me after I became adult.
    Luckily those examples never worked on me even though I believed them because from childhood I acknowledge that no two people on earth have the same socio-economic situation, same probability of outcome, and same biology. So I always proceed with logic (as much as I can). That way I failed many times where others succeeded, also I succeeded many times where other failed, as I do not follow others example; successes and failures are part of life.

  • PrettyBored
    PrettyBored 9 days ago +9

    Your videos give me hope that sketch channels can still succeed. Your content is awesome man!!

  • Celebean The Bean
    Celebean The Bean 7 days ago +1

    The fact that this is #35 on trending means that this is a very high quality educational video, would recommend!

  • President Kermit
    President Kermit 4 days ago

    I love the failure management series ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Luna Gaming
    Luna Gaming 5 days ago

    "Smells like minimum wage" I laughed so hard ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ its 10pm and everyone's asleep other then me watching Stevens videos I feel like I'm waking the whole street up ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

    CCR USA 8 days ago +1

    I've never seen this channel until now, but now I'm super creeped out because how the hell does he get every example exactly correct?!?! Did he record my life growing up?๐Ÿค”๐Ÿคจ

  • isaac flowers
    isaac flowers 9 days ago +317

    "How to cause emotional damage, without even being in the room". This guy makes the best content ever!

  • Samuel Harding
    Samuel Harding 8 days ago

    To maximize emotional damage in any situation I like to use my favorite phraseโ€ฆ โ€œThey shouldโ€™ve featured you on the biggest loserโ€.

  • Kedo
    Kedo 8 days ago

    These videos always make me laugh ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Stream of Consciousness

    As my Welsh grand mother used to say, "If you want to live through dinner you better eat all your vegetables"

  • $Drpulcinella$
    $Drpulcinella$ 7 days ago

    Just wanna say thank u for gifting the greatest stereotype meme ever made ๐Ÿ˜‚ this fucking kills me every time

  • OopieBoopieDummy
    OopieBoopieDummy 9 days ago +624

    Everyone knows that Steven can never disappoint us, He even drank the Emotional Damage energy drink lol

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      Vikstar123. 8 days ago


    • S.W.O.3R.D.
      S.W.O.3R.D. 8 days ago +1

      This Energy is made with the Tears of the most emotinal broken and depressed Asian Childrens... Sorry my Fault, i mean Failures.
      Their Paine is so Delicious!

    • ะš ๐Ÿ…ฅ
      ะš ๐Ÿ…ฅ 8 days ago

      Finally it's here after so long

    • Leafve
      Leafve 8 days ago

      Was just drinking it too

  • Shadow 25
    Shadow 25 4 days ago

    You know what Steven, I think my parents took your class because this logic sounds awfully familiar lol. I dont how they managed it since you werenโ€™t born yet but they went ahead and did it anyway

  • Mabz Rahman
    Mabz Rahman 8 days ago

    I've had 2 asian friends that were lovely people. Once they took me to a Chinese restaurant, the staff and manager came over to talk to my 2 friends, they didn't even look at me or acknowledge me which was really hurtful. It's a shame asian people don't really integrate with other races.

  • Cara B.
    Cara B. 5 days ago

    My dad would do that stuff to me and my sisters ๐Ÿคฃ So funny!

  • x_Vmbra
    x_Vmbra 4 days ago +1

    I love the small detail of adding ''LE'' to random words to sound more asian XDDD this guys is hilarious