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I Review Amazon ADHD Fidget Toys

  • čas přidán 8. 12. 2023
  • The BEST and FIRST and ONLY Amazon & Ebay's best fidget toy review ever by Markiplier the NO. 1 Fidget Toy Reviewer in America & CHclip & THE WORLD!!!
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    0:00 - Hi.
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    7:35 - second toy
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Komentáře • 27K

  • @clairef.9970
    @clairef.9970 Před rokem +46428

    Mark, Ethan, and Sean all having ADHD makes so much sense. We roam in packs, like poorly emotionally regulated wolves.

    • @dusty_daisy9983
      @dusty_daisy9983 Před rokem +2181

      I swear we definitely do, cause I was the first person diagnosed in my friend group and then everyone else started getting diagnosed 😅😅

    • @fevre_dream8542
      @fevre_dream8542 Před rokem +1361

      I work in emergency medicine, and I know far more nurses, emts, and emergency docs with ADHD than without. Some jobs are just MADE for people with ADHD.

    • @spicysnowman8886
      @spicysnowman8886 Před rokem +534

      It's a very common thing I have the kind where I can't force myself to focus on something I'm non interested in.

    • @jamilstopleftsnake4900
      @jamilstopleftsnake4900 Před rokem +279

      Fr my bestie just got diagnosed wth ADD like 3 days after I started suspecting I had adhd (haven’t Gotten diagnosed yet m to dumb dumb to get my own doctor appointments)

  • @gabriellucas8093
    @gabriellucas8093 Před 7 měsíci +3119

    Honestly, as someone with ADHD, the time that Mark just randomly started to play with the scissors and found them more entertaining than the actual products is probably the best example of how ADHD works someone could give😂

    • @alaindiego5553
      @alaindiego5553 Před 5 měsíci +46

      As someone with ADHD I can confirm this guys message with approval.

    • @SClooz
      @SClooz Před 5 měsíci +23

      ⁠@@NoTheNoas another person with both attention deficient and hyperactivity I approve approve

    • @brisingr2313
      @brisingr2313 Před 5 měsíci +6

      That and the bike pump lmao

    • @Lovingbeast030
      @Lovingbeast030 Před 5 měsíci +7

      Cats be like

    • @Tobbiee
      @Tobbiee Před 4 měsíci +4

      @@SClooz as another person with adhd i also approve

  • @rosstedfordkendall
    @rosstedfordkendall Před 9 měsíci +3169

    Mark forgetting to record in 4K in a video about ADHD toys is like the most ADHD thing ever.

    • @FunnyLittleGnome66
      @FunnyLittleGnome66 Před 7 měsíci +144

      It's called ADHD not AD4K

    • @cheezywiggles
      @cheezywiggles Před 7 měsíci +23

      Ad HD not ad 4k

    • @FunnyLittleGnome66
      @FunnyLittleGnome66 Před 7 měsíci +50

      @@cheezywiggles yes thank you for parroting my joke

    • @astroooo9_
      @astroooo9_ Před 6 měsíci +10

      The last 3 replies have to be the stupidest argument I've ever read. "Woosh" "their was nothing to woosh about" "I don't care"

    • @unevenyt4844
      @unevenyt4844 Před 6 měsíci +10

      @@astroooo9_ tf r u on about?

  • @josieblue
    @josieblue Před 6 měsíci +398

    hearing mark say “neurotypical weirdos” is so healing for my adhd autistic self

    • @rhytmik711
      @rhytmik711 Před 23 dny +6

      “I have autism guys! give me clout cause I’m autistic1!!!!! give me support cause I’m autistic!!!!!!!“ - ☝️☝️🤓🤓🤓🤓

    • @josieblue
      @josieblue Před 22 dny +38

      @@rhytmik711 who hurt you

    • @rhytmik711
      @rhytmik711 Před 17 dny +1

      @@josieblue lol

    • @loadingresourcesdotdot
      @loadingresourcesdotdot Před 15 dny +24

      @@rhytmik711you are the weird neurotypicals he was referring to

    • @rhytmik711
      @rhytmik711 Před 15 dny +1

      @@loadingresourcesdotdot lol

  • @The_Official_You
    @The_Official_You Před 9 měsíci +1060

    Didn't think Markiplier himself would teach me ADHD management but here we are

    • @3y3_weirdo55
      @3y3_weirdo55 Před 5 měsíci +3

      Same lol

    • @confusedpozole406
      @confusedpozole406 Před 4 měsíci +12

      And that’s actually some fucking dope advice, like I’ve thought of doing that before but I never tried it because I thought it was just soooo silly and a waste of time…but now I think I should try it and it could actually work

    • @_eeveeon_
      @_eeveeon_ Před 3 měsíci +4

      He said to learn and keep up with ADHD Management Techniques, and I was like: THERE ARE TECHNIQUES?!

  • @user-qb9fl6qj9z
    @user-qb9fl6qj9z Před 6 měsíci +640

    Mark: probably spends around 100 dollars for this video
    Also mark: proceeds to play with scissors

    • @HeyItsAdenay
      @HeyItsAdenay Před 13 dny +1

      He is a grown toddler and I am here for it

  • @louisebanks6085
    @louisebanks6085 Před rokem +25136

    Mark thinking his audience is neurotypical is adorable

    • @NoobSharkey
      @NoobSharkey Před rokem +533


    • @inkdupbagman3697
      @inkdupbagman3697 Před rokem +204


    • @CelilasArt
      @CelilasArt Před rokem +210

      i thought the same 🤣🤣🤣

    • @equalnest9622
      @equalnest9622 Před rokem +691

      yeah I don't think any of us are neurotypical
      Edit: Yall can chill its a joke...

    • @Goose..__
      @Goose..__ Před rokem +381

      @@equalnest9622 except for Dylan from Ohio probably

  • @awesomeashton870
    @awesomeashton870 Před 3 měsíci +428

    I love how mark is literally our big brother, our best friend, and our fun uncle all at the same time.

    • @StunningC1921
      @StunningC1921 Před 2 měsíci

      He’s the Candy uncle

    • @steph8030593
      @steph8030593 Před 19 dny


    • @MysteryGamer69
      @MysteryGamer69 Před 17 dny

      My fun uncle decided to leave our family 😂😂😂😂

    • @methamphetamememcmeth3422
      @methamphetamememcmeth3422 Před 12 dny

      Nah. It's also neurotypical. Everyone forgets something here and there. The thing with ADHD is this happens often.

  • @moorooster223
    @moorooster223 Před 10 měsíci +869

    I said "that's a lot of plastic" out loud to myself and then markiplier said that exact phrase immediately after. makes me feel special.

    • @user-lh1zv9yj4w
      @user-lh1zv9yj4w Před 4 měsíci +7

      The fact that he looked like a 4 year old seeing a pop it

    • @night_theme
      @night_theme Před 3 měsíci +6

      T H E C H O S E N O N E

  • @jupsoup2444
    @jupsoup2444 Před měsícem +125

    mark playing with the scissors and enjoying them more than the actual fidget toys reminds me of a cat who has a thousand toys but prefers plastic bags

  • @percymairlowery8500
    @percymairlowery8500 Před 10 měsíci +617

    the scissors, the one thing that wasn’t intended to be a fidget, being one of the best ones is so real

  • @cringebutbetter2000
    @cringebutbetter2000 Před 6 měsíci +102

    i love how mark was saying how the pill bottle was frustrating, and then immediately started fidgeting with it while he talked

    • @GreysonGaming
      @GreysonGaming Před 6 měsíci +5

      And I’m pretty sure he is using it wrong lol

  • @strawberryduchess656
    @strawberryduchess656 Před rokem +3740

    Mark jokingly using the scissors as a “fidget toy” only to then enjoy it is so relatable

    • @RiverTheChaoticfox
      @RiverTheChaoticfox Před rokem +50

      Same thing with the bike pump

    • @nikoraiskio7663
      @nikoraiskio7663 Před rokem +47

      scissors are my go to fidget toy

    • @Plasmafox
      @Plasmafox Před rokem +24

      Yeah can confirm have played with scissors many times

    • @queenthot1438
      @queenthot1438 Před rokem +29

      when he pulled them out and started fidgeting as a joke, i felt called out. i fidget with scissors all the time. they’re one of my go-to fidgets lmao. but i hate most fidget toys and i prefer fidgeting with household items instead. like paper, scissors, pencils, ponytails, fabrics, etc.

    • @CreativeMeth
      @CreativeMeth Před rokem +2

      scissors are the best fidget toy

  • @spicyrhino8918
    @spicyrhino8918 Před 9 měsíci +506

    13:20 Mark's talk about breaking tasks down into smaller units is really helpful for anxiety too. I used get so overwhelmed with big, vague tasks on my to-do list that my mental response was to just not do ANYTHING because I felt like I wouldn't be able to accomplish everything I needed to, so why even try? I was burned out before I even started just from thinking about all the stuff I had to do in a short time. Now that I've gotten into making detailed lists with smaller tasks, it's a whole new ball game. My only regret is that it's something I learned to do by myself, through trial and error. I wish I'd learned to do this when I was younger, would have made school so much easier on my lil brain.

    • @kimuires
      @kimuires Před 9 měsíci +3

      Great for a lot of things really.

    • @meltymooncakes
      @meltymooncakes Před 9 měsíci +6

      even as a programmer, i find myself doing this heavily, especially with really complex functions or one-liners. i break them into tons of small lines to organize my thoughts and when im done i put them back into one piece

    • @lilyxciv5637
      @lilyxciv5637 Před 8 měsíci +3

      Sounds exactly like my experience with ADHD. Anxiety and ADHD are often comorbid.

    • @dream_walker9726
      @dream_walker9726 Před 7 měsíci +3

      I would unconsciously do this as a kid and I have been doing it since and I can agree that it helps *immensely* although I will say I don’t have a diagnosis for anything, there’s no way I’m not neurodivergent because of how much I have found in my research that matches into my life spot on.

    • @acidcatfish
      @acidcatfish Před 7 měsíci

      First to comment

  • @jadenmusclow8434
    @jadenmusclow8434 Před 7 měsíci +489

    mark going from sincere to *welp anyways* is the definition of ADHD

  • @blueberrysans9604
    @blueberrysans9604 Před měsícem +15

    Him going from disappointed to super happy in 2 seconds with the beans is amazing.

  • @gabriellucas8093
    @gabriellucas8093 Před 7 měsíci +236

    The amount of times that Mark just randomly changed topics while in the middle of a thought is probably the best example of how ADHD works in the brain ever. It’s also amazing that big creators like Mark are putting their mental challenges out there and not even caring. And he’s probably the best example of you don’t need to be mentally stable to be successful. ADHD gang for life!!

    • @maddieb.4282
      @maddieb.4282 Před 4 měsíci +5

      Having adhd doesn’t make you mentally unstable hahaha

    • @ariannacleveland
      @ariannacleveland Před 3 měsíci +3

      oml lmfao “mentally stable”

    • @delaneywashere5592
      @delaneywashere5592 Před 2 měsíci +5

      @@maddieb.4282As someone with adhd I disagree 💀

  • @Hebxiba
    @Hebxiba Před 5 měsíci +38

    I got diagnosed with ADHD at about 5 and when I first started taking meds the doctor was like “most of my patients need meds to not do something illegal” and i was just like “oh”

  • @amandagarcia362
    @amandagarcia362 Před rokem +6347

    I think Mark is bold for implying that the bulk of his fanbase and audience are not also incrediblely nuerodivergent

    • @KAlSARION
      @KAlSARION Před rokem +175

      me with adhd AND autism 🤭

    • @michaelio6548
      @michaelio6548 Před rokem +48

      @@KAlSARION omg twinninnnng ❤

    • @feffer-.
      @feffer-. Před rokem +19

      @@KAlSARION sameeee

    • @elec_tr0n
      @elec_tr0n Před rokem +65

      @_Markipliergiveaway woah marmiplier... The REAL Markiplier. Chose YOU! FOR A PRIZE??? well you better get that prize.... It's totally real...
      (I am lying.)

    • @cryth2725
      @cryth2725 Před rokem +42

      @@elec_tr0n i dunnooo man, seems legit

  • @Srineeta-kg2ig
    @Srineeta-kg2ig Před 8 měsíci +287

    If Markiplier was my online teacher, I would wear headphones

  • @LPdedicated
    @LPdedicated Před 9 měsíci +870

    I have autism, ADD and OCD, and this video really warms my heart. I'm 33 like Mark (1989 baby!) and trust me, being diagnosed early is a LOT easier now than it was in the 90's or early 00's! There was so much taboo and less knowledge about diagnosing children ("they're just being brats!") and people (even some professionals) believed that ADHD was only something children could have. It was not easy, neither for the kid nor the parents, so like Mark I got diagnosed pretty late. I think a lot of us neurodivergent people watch him because he's not afraid to be vulnerable and himself and talk openly about it. Research has come far, but we also need to normalize it, and that's what he's doing.

    • @johnlombardo2766
      @johnlombardo2766 Před 9 měsíci +4

      He was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 20

    • @Super_Mia
      @Super_Mia Před 9 měsíci +7

      i have atypical autism and adhd in german ADHS, and with my diagnose for a couple of years ago, it was a bit a shoke but a nice thing to, autism hs signed a lot of my times and the life with it, in the daily life can often be very hardfully, above all with ticks and little body movements

    • @CallMeVidd
      @CallMeVidd Před 9 měsíci +22

      My mom is still convinced my adhd symptoms will wear out by 25 and I don’t think that’s how it works

    • @CallMeVidd
      @CallMeVidd Před 9 měsíci +3

      @@Super_Mia I’m swiss and as a kid I thought ADHS and ADHD were two different things 😭😭😭

    • @Super_Mia
      @Super_Mia Před 9 měsíci +3

      @@CallMeVidd hahahaha............. no, and you know it : D It will less out of symptons, but is will stay forever, FOREVER ever ever ever ever ever
      the most parents think cause of sadness, hope that the symptons will decrease, but she dont will
      How old are you?

  • @jadesx96
    @jadesx96 Před 3 měsíci +7

    As a stimmy autist waiting to be referred for adhd assessment it fills me with so much joy to see creators like Markiplier normalising fidget toys

  • @graysonofthewood3747
    @graysonofthewood3747 Před 8 měsíci +106

    As someone who recently got diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, I love the intro to this video and all it’s rambly, tangential, self-aware glory.

    • @shyryTsr2k
      @shyryTsr2k Před 29 dny

      Same, I just got diagnosed at 23 and struggling through school😭

  • @flowerofevill
    @flowerofevill Před 3 měsíci +15

    The editing in this video is top notch. Very appreciable.

  • @creeperslayar7528
    @creeperslayar7528 Před rokem +5993

    Mark saying he'll separate the video into chapters but then not labeling half of the toys is the absolute best thing I've ever seen

  • @AlexCannot
    @AlexCannot Před 10 měsíci +562

    Lixian is one of the editors of all time

    • @IRefuseToUseThisStupidFeature
      @IRefuseToUseThisStupidFeature Před 9 měsíci +16

      He is certainly an editor.
      but I assume you meant best of all time.

    • @AlexCannot
      @AlexCannot Před 9 měsíci +22

      @@IRefuseToUseThisStupidFeature no, he is just one of the editors of all time

    • @crakedfe4rr474
      @crakedfe4rr474 Před 9 měsíci +15

      Lixian is the best editor of all time*
      Sorry you got it wrong, i had to correct you.

    • @Memu_
      @Memu_ Před 9 měsíci +2

      @@crakedfe4rr474 Lixian is a very good editor but there are editors that are a lot better. For example Prezoh is completely unmatched.

    • @august6760
      @august6760 Před 9 měsíci +16

      I think you mean he is THE editor of all time

  • @avanotalive
    @avanotalive Před 7 měsíci +155

    Mark going from reviewing a 3D printed fidget toy to showing his 3D printing machine is so relatable

  • @pinktoonie
    @pinktoonie Před 5 měsíci +5

    This is one of my favorite mark videos of all time. it's just so unhinged and pure.

  • @almondmilk1500
    @almondmilk1500 Před 8 měsíci +56

    0:25 mark's jump into "this is the worst thing ever" was the most accurate ADHD representation i have ever seen

  • @arnixe6784
    @arnixe6784 Před 21 dnem +2

    There’s something so wholesome about watching Markiplier play with toys for an entire video

  • @samiam5197
    @samiam5197 Před rokem +3912

    Fidget toys, horror elements, self marketing, gaslighting lessons, past trauma of loss and existential crisis... ahhh the perfect markiplier video

  • @ronno7660
    @ronno7660 Před 6 měsíci +52

    Markiplier is the only man I wouldent mind him just rambling for an hour and still watch the whole way through.

  • @OptiWrath0
    @OptiWrath0 Před 10 měsíci +80

    I originally watched this when it came out 4 months ago and didn't finish it because I got distracted, and now I'm back to finish it.
    God I love ADHD

    • @Aster_Gacha
      @Aster_Gacha Před 6 měsíci


    • @scan_dinav
      @scan_dinav Před měsícem +1

      I'm watching this video on my phone but I'm getting distracted by shorts about cooking and I'm sending those shorts to friends, adding some messages to explain my feelings about them 💀
      ADHD is fascinating-
      (Make a song about all the "-ing" I wrote in this message)

  • @freetimeartist3857
    @freetimeartist3857 Před 5 měsíci +17

    The fact that you think it’s necessary to mention that you have ADHD is the most adorable thing ever🥰

  • @liolatte
    @liolatte Před 9 měsíci +90

    Mark realizing that the Mjolnir spinner can spin while also being on the counter was so funny to me

  • @KuraiKaNinja
    @KuraiKaNinja Před 5 měsíci +5

    i had one of the first toys growing up but all the little plastic bits were instead made of metal. didnt stop us from mashing our faces in it just like mark, though 😂 glad to see theyre more safety conscious these days

  • @crt5866
    @crt5866 Před rokem +5843

    The fact that scissors was the first one he liked perfectly sums up ADHD

    • @Jessie_9929
      @Jessie_9929 Před rokem +151

      As someone with adhd that is VERY accurate

    • @kms1011
      @kms1011 Před rokem +270

      Scissors are genuinely some of the best things to fidget with, not safe *at all* but oh so satisfying

    • @Jessie_9929
      @Jessie_9929 Před rokem +25

      @@kms1011 frrrr

    • @KingNedya
      @KingNedya Před rokem +84

      Yeah I have a pair of barber scissors and there have been so many times where I'll be talking to someone over the phone only to realize I'm fidgeting with them and force myself to put them down before I chop my fingers off...only to inevitably pick them back up a few minutes later.

    • @DarkAngelCookie
      @DarkAngelCookie Před rokem +14

      I only like smoothe scissors with this silicone lining for grip that's so gentle to the skin when you cut a lot of stuff (fabric for sewing for example)
      Every other scissor- meh.

  • @carlymiracle89
    @carlymiracle89 Před 8 měsíci +60

    Love this part so much 14:37 and the sissor part, Also I’m autistic and I love watching big time creators talk about mental illnesses and neurodivergency. Love the video mark! ❤😂😊

  • @aloe8078
    @aloe8078 Před 7 měsíci +17

    This is a minor point, but this shows a bit of a difference between tactile and visual stims! Most of the fidget toys in the video were tactile, but Markiplier ended up preferring the visual stimulation of the lava lamp thing! It’s something I’ve always found fascinating as a person who mostly benefits from auditory and tactile stimming

  • @JudgementJury
    @JudgementJury Před 3 měsíci +7

    Actually Markiplier's ADHD tips in the middle of video because of the medication weighted toy thing seem like good advice. I've been lucky to be diagnosed for most of life, and even then I could never figure out tatics to manage it. Breaking stuff down into smaller things sounds really helpful for me. I'll keep that in mind.

    • @kariweeb3632
      @kariweeb3632 Před 10 dny +1

      nah you already forgot

    • @JudgementJury
      @JudgementJury Před 10 dny +1

      @@kariweeb3632 Unironically, yeah. I forgot all about this video. Thank you strange commenter.

  • @vehrydian
    @vehrydian Před 10 měsíci +63

    Mark really said, "gaslight, gatekeep, girlboss". 🤣

    • @mxn0chr0maxic85
      @mxn0chr0maxic85 Před 2 měsíci +4

      what gaslighting? there was none. there wasnt even a hat

  • @jacem4721
    @jacem4721 Před 5 měsíci +6

    Lixian must love the review videos they are so ridiculous and I love them! 🤣♥️

  • @the-dark-artist
    @the-dark-artist Před rokem +27695

    The fact that he was somewhat enjoying himself while playing with those plastic straws, only to suddenly declare "I just got mad at Sour Patch" out of nowhere was truly the most relatable ADHD thing I have ever witnessed.

  • @gabriellealtman
    @gabriellealtman Před 9 měsíci +27

    came for the chaos and stayed for the surprisingly insightful advice on how to handle my adhd. i also got diagnosed at 20.

  • @friendgaigthemostepicguest
    @friendgaigthemostepicguest Před 10 měsíci +13

    love how he finds a rubber ball on a string unfun and absolutely noisy
    but is litterally in pure joy of existence when moving his fingers with magnetic rings is funny

  • @thehiddenlight9165
    @thehiddenlight9165 Před 3 měsíci +2

    Fantastic video as always - one thing that stuck out to me the most was feeling something like relief when I realized that I had been diagnosed around the same age as Mark had - I was 21 myself, when I was diagnosed. And that, along with autism, was something I had felt lost with, when it had taken so many years to have been given the certainty by a professional. But knowing that he was diagnosed at a similar age made me feel a little better about how long it took for myself.
    I hope he gets that sponsorship! [From anyone at all] [If he hasn't already]

  • @josephine_stone
    @josephine_stone Před 8 měsíci +4

    Mark: "unlike you neurotypical weirdos"
    me: looking around my empty room thinking "who's he talking to?"

  • @LoveLessThanMe
    @LoveLessThanMe Před 20 dny +2

    Quick story, I was diagnosed with ADHD/ADD as a toddler in the early 2000s and now I'm in my mid twenties. Thanks to the right medication and a LOT of therapy, I feel more myself and more functional. Even working on a degree in vet medicine. But it is a privilege. And some aren't for everybody. I'm so glad Mark does these videos

  • @miskits1175
    @miskits1175 Před rokem +3177

    Mark randomly getting upset with sourpatch was the most relatable ADHD thing in this video

  • @melitabasurto63
    @melitabasurto63 Před 8 měsíci +13

    Thank you for this video! My son has ADHD and loved watching you rate these toys. As a bonus, you helped me make his Christmas list ❤ 🎉

  • @_dr34m5
    @_dr34m5 Před 10 měsíci +34

    I love how when he described the one at 34:53 he said how beautiful it was because of the way it worked and then used peeing as an example later

  • @seanrath5714
    @seanrath5714 Před 19 dny +1

    Mark is the type of guy to have peas and call them beans

  • @TotallynotMaya_
    @TotallynotMaya_ Před 10 měsíci +6

    You know the video is good when Mark is immediately putting his face on a toy..😂

  • @goldenwolfae
    @goldenwolfae Před 4 měsíci +2

    imma be 100% his advice for getting things done is eye opening and im gonna do my best to stick to it

  • @Raakai
    @Raakai Před rokem +2555

    This is the most Mark has ever expressed his ADHD and I relate 100%.

    • @memechad5012
      @memechad5012 Před rokem +38

      Bro there a fake markiplier here it trying to sell fake phone

    • @jocelynburns299
      @jocelynburns299 Před rokem +10

      He forgot to take his meds for this video 😂

    • @Jedediah_NATM
      @Jedediah_NATM Před rokem +17

      @@jocelynburns299 I have ADHD, can confirm this is how us people with ADHD act when we don't take our medication.

    • @yuugur666
      @yuugur666 Před rokem +1

      @@jocelynburns299 "forgot"

    • @kuromi3164
      @kuromi3164 Před rokem


  • @josephine_stone
    @josephine_stone Před 8 měsíci +10

    35:00 gives such a relaxing vibe, especially in combination with the soft music and Mark's deep voice. Then 1 minute later, full on anxiety attack about time and dying... Thanks Mark!👀😂

  • @caspergotlost
    @caspergotlost Před 9 měsíci +7

    The subgroup of the fanbase that has been summoned is both unsurpisingly large, and quite enjoyable to see as a an AuDHD.

  • @mcspazz4005
    @mcspazz4005 Před 20 dny +1

    I actually used to have the little peas in a pod fidget a long time ago that my counselor gave me. Seeing it again in this video (and seeing that Markiplier enjoyed it) made me really happy. I should really buy a new one since my old one got lost.

  • @cikolataa177
    @cikolataa177 Před 7 měsíci +4

    Thank you for bein here after all of these years Mark🖤
    always good to see you!
    hope you find the best sponsor soon
    Also cool hat 🤭

  • @nyer5377
    @nyer5377 Před 5 měsíci +2

    As someone with ADHD watching mark play with these fidget toys is making me jealous 😭

  • @andrewcastro5815
    @andrewcastro5815 Před rokem +3918

    Mark playing with the scissors has the same energy as getting a cat a bed or a scratch post, but they just wanna play with the box it came in.

  • @xCosmic_Rabbit
    @xCosmic_Rabbit Před 10 měsíci +8

    Small popables are great! I have a two button one that came on a keychain, and I usually just pop it onto the zipper of my hoodie. Definitely up there with my favorites, like fidget cubes, magnetic rings, fidget spinners, and slow rise squish toys, in terms of portability! Really neat seeing how different people's preferences for how they stim and what they enjoy getting out of fidgets/stimming. big fan, love it!!

  • @eastonarts
    @eastonarts Před 9 měsíci +14

    I have had the ring magnet things for a few years and I found that using two of them instead of three and just spinning two of them. It is less likely to fall, it requires much less thinking (I sometimes forget that I have it in my hand) and I like to spin one of them on my finger too. I have found myself doing a presentation in front of the teacher much more easily because of how absorbed I get in the notes because my brain is able to kind of hold onto thoughts easier.

    • @elderguard
      @elderguard Před 5 měsíci +1

      I also just use 2 instead of three as they can fit on your opposite hand whilst writing and it feels more natural

    • @jemdragons3120
      @jemdragons3120 Před 2 měsíci

      How did you get around the magnets messing with your technology? That's what's stopping me from getting them, I'd be wearing them while playing on my portable consoles and my phone and I don't want to damage them

  • @FlusteredFinster
    @FlusteredFinster Před 3 měsíci +1

    I never thought I'd sit still for 45 minutes to watch someone rate fidgit toys but here we are

  • @liolatte
    @liolatte Před 9 měsíci +6

    as someone with both adhd and anxiety i really like squishy toys. Right now I’m really into mochi squishies. i ordered some larger ones since they’re usually only like an inch long but they’re not filled with anything so they can’t break. only downside is that, if too cheap, they can be shaped weird (like the one i have now) or even sticky. but they’re super squishy and really fun to play with.
    i loved regular stress balls but they always break on me or develop air bubbles from being used too much or cheap; that’s why i like mochi squishes, they’re not “filled” so no air bubbles or breaking and they are also really portable and easy to wash

    • @DrapedInDread
      @DrapedInDread Před měsícem

      Ooh, I'll have to keep this in mind! (I'm autistic but I also have anxiety). I've been wanting to invest in some fidget toys for myself and I love squishy ones ❤

  • @Frendude
    @Frendude Před 5 měsíci +3

    I loved the moment when you just decided to let the mjölnir on the table
    And i wanted so much to see it just keeping it spinning all the video
    Having ADHD and seeing this kind of toys and being excited for having one that you like in your hands
    Is an experience that i love so much

  • @someguynameddanny738
    @someguynameddanny738 Před rokem +6750

    Markiplier: The man who once owned 5 ovens
    Also Markiplier: "I want four 3D Printers!!!"

    • @batfurs3001
      @batfurs3001 Před rokem +133

      Consider: there are files available online of anatomically accurate and perfectly to scale dinosaur skeletons. Disarticulated of course. However they take like a billion years to print, SO! Four printers.
      And then.
      And THEN

    • @pablobarreto3587
      @pablobarreto3587 Před rokem +41

      now he just needs 3 of a thing, 2 of other and 1 of a third thing

    • @Blue-dt4mw
      @Blue-dt4mw Před rokem +37

      Well you see, when Mark was a kid, he was poor. So poor in-fact he could only afford a 3D printer in his dreams, let alone an oven.

    • @JenovaDreamweaver
      @JenovaDreamweaver Před rokem +9

      well you know what they say, there’s no kill quite like overkill.

    • @SunIsLost
      @SunIsLost Před rokem


  • @janputz4157
    @janputz4157 Před 10 měsíci +2

    Breaking things down as much as possible is actually quite the good tip for me. I never really thought about up to this point and was just kinda mad at myself for not acting on what I want to do, especially for myself, because everything seems like such a big hurdle for me that the moment I would try to start something I'd quit or fail only to be stuck deeper in that negative mentality. I usually set myself a certain idiotic condition bound to a time limit like a call I don't want to make but when my phone battery is 69% it's go time. To make a list that breaks all the things that might come off as overwhelming might not only make some clarity in an otherwise uninformed tangled mess into a nice adaptable list you can work off at a comfortable pace but also encourage to continue if combined with a reward system.

  • @emmamorris5102
    @emmamorris5102 Před 4 měsíci +2

    As a AU-ADHD person, this is amazing. I want the pea/bean one so baddd😮

  • @noahmarquis4809
    @noahmarquis4809 Před 4 měsíci +5

    15:25 man this makes so much more sense after hearing Mark's experience with the magnet exhibit at the museum

  • @ruthblakmage
    @ruthblakmage Před 8 měsíci +3

    FUN FACT: The OG fidget is called Mobius ball, and they're made out of chainmaille rings. I have like 4 that I figured out how to make 😅. There's a really interesting story behind them too

  • @Hiddenus1
    @Hiddenus1 Před 3 měsíci +2

    This item at 34:50 kinda reminds me stuff my dad used to buy on our vacations. But instead of just fluid it has sand in it in different colors (probably some of it is made out of glass) and you just rotate it and watch sand fall and create sort of landscapes... Sure sandy ones, but still. It's different colors can sometimes create it's own shapes and I have one (unfortunately it's broken and liquid dried out) that still remains in shape like Tatra mountains.

  • @alphaofficial6466
    @alphaofficial6466 Před rokem +2546

    the sheer amount of times he gets sidetracked is actually really accurate

  • @faithmaynard
    @faithmaynard Před 4 měsíci +3

    my fav adhd part of this is how he has chapters for the first two toys and then forgot to do one for the rest

  • @Rainbow_Heart
    @Rainbow_Heart Před 9 měsíci +5

    Those straws strangely grabbed my attention a lot, like I was slightly distracted during the others, but I had 100% focus when he opened the straw & started spinning it. Those straws I’d give a 9/10, I wish I had em

    • @sjenny5891
      @sjenny5891 Před měsícem

      The sound they make when you put a small marble in them and slide them back and forth.

  • @DragonQueen-ot4dr
    @DragonQueen-ot4dr Před 15 dny

    I love how he has some of the most fun with the scissors

  • @Reddragon-fz8wo
    @Reddragon-fz8wo Před 4 měsíci +1

    Did anyone notice the constant panic of being broke lol love Mark's attitude

  • @-The_Sun-
    @-The_Sun- Před 4 měsíci +2

    Going to this channel because my head is pounding so hard I veel like my brain is trying to escape out of my head. This man’s voice is so calming

  • @chaosstatus
    @chaosstatus Před rokem +3766

    You know what I love most about Mark? He never wears hats. Just an awesome thing that I think needs to be mentioned, his total lack of ever wearing hats

    • @gilles466
      @gilles466 Před rokem +234

      I know right, not a single hat in sight

    • @goldenbonnie9047
      @goldenbonnie9047 Před rokem +162

      Yep, no hats ever in his videos.

    • @adriwhispers1824
      @adriwhispers1824 Před rokem +154

      What's a hat?

    • @texasred5250
      @texasred5250 Před rokem +78

      Hmmm, you spell that h-a-t? No clue what that means. 🧐

    • @Kat_a_Nova
      @Kat_a_Nova Před rokem +38

      There's a thing called a hat where does it go?

  • @ch33seg00se
    @ch33seg00se Před 2 měsíci +1

    In my personal preference I love the infinity cubes. I’ve gotten so used to using them

  • @agirlnamedorange
    @agirlnamedorange Před 2 měsíci

    i didn’t expect to get helpful ADHD executive function tips from Mark but I’m very thankful

  • @necoark.
    @necoark. Před 2 měsíci +1

    as a person with adhd, I respect.

  • @aeroon9991
    @aeroon9991 Před 9 měsíci

    The liquid hourglass thing can be found in basically any tourist's gift shop. I'm surprised Mark "hasn't seen one since he was a kid."

  • @Applenty_
    @Applenty_ Před 16 dny

    every time mark picked something up and it immediately broke i was just like.... yup thats my life but also laughing my ass off LMAO

  • @cheesecake1262
    @cheesecake1262 Před rokem +2692

    "i'm also an asshole, which does give me the grounds to make such claims."
    - markiplier 2022
    truly inspiring, awestriking words of wisdom

  • @Rocketeer16
    @Rocketeer16 Před 9 měsíci +4

    Thanks to Mark, I bought an ONO Roller and I too LOVE IT!! Many other of my ADHD Friends love it as well. I agree with him (39:20), it is one of the better Fidgets out there.

  • @nayush2648
    @nayush2648 Před 10 měsíci +1

    actually the bean magnets are really fun, ive had them as a child. you take two and throw them lightly in the air close together and they make really cool sound

  • @Zalameroski
    @Zalameroski Před 9 dny

    I met Markiplier one time outside a restaurant by a Gelsons market in West Hollywood and to be completely honest, I was so rude because I interrupted him in the middle of a conversation with someone without even really acknowledging the other person. Mark was still nice but visibly like 😶 and to this day I think of that memory when I see Mark’s face

  • @rowanc6377
    @rowanc6377 Před 8 dny

    So fun! This got me to sort through all of my fidget toys. All 34 of them.😆

  • @typhlo7291
    @typhlo7291 Před 22 dny

    The magnetic rings toy is actually one of my favorites, but not the way Mark was using it. You gotta put the rings in a triangle shape, put your middle finger through one side of the rings, and your thumb partway through a different ring on the other side, and then rotate your thumb and middle finger either clockwise or counter clockwise depending on which is comfortable. It can take some practice or adjustment of your fingers to different rings to make it rotate more smoothly, but it becomes a very satisfying background activity once you get it right.

  • @diztractedd
    @diztractedd Před rokem +4635

    GUYS. HE MADE THE THUMBNAIL AND POSTED THE VIDEO!! round of applause for Mark everyone.

  • @purple_turtle8571
    @purple_turtle8571 Před 3 měsíci +1

    The ONO roller is amazing, I got mine not too long ago and I’m in love with it. Highly recommend 10/10

  • @alexismoon8691
    @alexismoon8691 Před 6 měsíci +2

    I think mark would really enjoy a figet ring, its 1 handed, silent and fun

  • @TheChaosGremlin.
    @TheChaosGremlin. Před 2 měsíci

    As a person with adhd I concur these toys are GENIUS

  • @mehtelez7185
    @mehtelez7185 Před 10 měsíci

    Thanks for all of the contents Mark these videos are really good to watch thanks again

  • @amberheath4617
    @amberheath4617 Před 4 měsíci +2

    LOL mark fidgets with scissors for 52 seconds straight and gives them a high review🤣😂

  • @absinthetic
    @absinthetic Před rokem +5728

    Mark is definitely an old school ADHD toy kinda guy where the office desk toys are his favorites.

  • @martinrose2668
    @martinrose2668 Před 3 měsíci

    i love rewatching these, brings me joy

  • @xiori01
    @xiori01 Před 10 měsíci +1

    Just spent the better part of an hour watching a grown man play with toys...
    And I'm OK with that.

  • @reagrocks2067
    @reagrocks2067 Před 2 měsíci

    As someone with ADHD, this video is so comforting to my inner child.