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  • Daily Dose of Animations
    Daily Dose of Animations  Před 3 měsíci +96

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  • cayque jogando jogos

    É porque nem que o verde fica com vergonha de abraçar o Blue tem outro blue lá no palco sentado):/?

  • 𝓣𝓪𝔂𝓵𝓸𝓻

    And the part we’re blue says “the ManAgeR mAcHInE Is aLsO bRokEn”

  • Red Monster
    Red Monster Před 2 měsíci +8

    Interesting stories, i love it

  • Suela Xhani
    Suela Xhani Před 2 měsíci +23

    0:55 and 1:13 i love this scene💞

  • Partygooper
    Partygooper Před 2 měsíci +31

    I notice something about blue, it’s about his drooling when he isn’t that kind of cruel, he’s not but when he is he does drool all over his mouth

  • Kool Stop Motion English
    Kool Stop Motion English Před 3 měsíci +7

    Wow, the idea in this video is so cool. I really like your video

  • Raseelgamer14
    Raseelgamer14  Před 3 měsíci +10


  • natalie overbey
    natalie overbey Před 2 měsíci +1

    Fun facts with squidward: let’s face it, we all came for the thumbnail to comment about how cringe it is

  • Michael Mize
    Michael Mize Před měsícem +5

    2:40 so cute

  • Mila Dautzenberg
    Mila Dautzenberg Před 3 měsíci +14

    The first one was so cute

  • Ziven Mhawoen Jhey Bambilla
    Ziven Mhawoen Jhey Bambilla Před 2 měsíci +2

    3:29 is my favorite video so much looking detail

  • Stella Argyris
    Stella Argyris Před 2 měsíci +5

    I love 4:58 with 5:24

  • GreenYT
    GreenYT Před 3 měsíci +19

    SpongeBob SquarePants (or simply SpongeBob) is an American animated comedy television series created by marine science educator and animator Stephen Hillenburg for Nickelodeon. It chronicles the adventures of the title character and his aquatic friends in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom. The fifth-longest-running American animated series, its high popularity has made it a media franchise. It is the highest rated Nickelodeon series and the most profitable property for Paramount Consumer Products, generating over $13 billion in merchandising revenue as of 2019.[4][needs update]
    SpongeBob SquarePants
    The series' logo. It features the word "SpongeBob" written in a yellow sponge-like font, with the word "SquarePants" written below in a white font on a blue wooden board. A light blue splash of water is behind the words.
    Also known as
    Surreal comedy[2]
    Created by
    Stephen Hillenburg
    Developed by
    Derek Drymon
    Tim Hill
    Nick Jennings
    Creative directors
    Derek Drymon (1999-2004)
    Vincent Waller (2005-2015)
    Voices of
    Tom Kenny
    Bill Fagerbakke
    Rodger Bumpass
    Clancy Brown
    Mr. Lawrence
    Jill Talley
    Carolyn Lawrence
    Mary Jo Catlett
    Lori Alan
    (Complete list)
    Narrated by
    Tom Kenny (various episodes)
    Theme music composer
    Derek Drymon
    Mark Harrison
    Stephen Hillenburg
    Blaise Smith
    Opening theme
    "SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song"
    (performed by Patrick Pinney)
    Ending theme
    "SpongeBob Closing Theme"
    (composed by Steve Belfer)
    Steve Belfer
    Nicolas Carr
    Sage Guyton
    Jeremy Wakefield
    Brad Carow (1999-2002)
    The Blue Hawaiians (1999-2002)
    Eban Schletter (2000-present)
    Barry Anthony Trop (2005-2014)
    Country of origin
    United States
    Original language
    No. of seasons
    No. of episodes
    277 (list of episodes)
    Executive producers
    Stephen Hillenburg (1999-2018)[a]
    Paul Tibbitt (2008-2017)
    Marc Ceccarelli (2018-present)
    Vincent Waller (2018-present)
    Donna Castricone (1999-2002)
    Anne Michaud (2001)
    Helen Kafatic (2002-2004)
    Dina Buteyn (2005-2010)
    Jennie Monica Hammond (2010-present)
    Running time
    11 minutes (regular episodes only)
    22-44 minutes (special episodes only)
    Production companies
    United Plankton Pictures
    Nickelodeon Animation Studio
    Original network
    Picture format
    NTSC (1999-2012)
    HDTV 1080i (2009, 2012-present)
    Audio format
    Stereo (1999-2012)
    Dolby Surround 5.1 (2009, 2012-present)
    Original release
    May 1, 1999 -
    Related shows
    Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years
    The Patrick Star Show
    Many of the series's ideas originated in The Intertidal Zone, an unpublished educational comic book Hillenburg created in 1989 to teach his students about undersea life.[5] He began developing SpongeBob SquarePants into a television series in 1996, and in 1997, a seven-minute pilot was pitched to Nickelodeon. The network's executives wanted SpongeBob to be a child in school, but Hillenburg preferred SpongeBob to be an adult character.[6] He was prepared to abandon the series, but compromised by creating Mrs. Puff and her boating school so SpongeBob could attend school as an adult.[7]
    Nickelodeon aired a preview for the series in the United States on May 1, 1999, after the airing of the 1999 Kids' Choice Awards. The series officially premiered on July 17, 1999. It gained enormous popularity by its second season, and has subsequently received worldwide critical acclaim. The thirteenth season began in October 2020,[8] and the series was renewed for a fourteenth season on March 24, 2022.[9] It has inspired three feature films: The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004), Sponge Out of Water (2015), and Sponge on the Run (2020). Two spin-off series, Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years and The Patrick Star Show, premiered in 2021. As of February 2022, four additional films are planned: three character spinoff films for Paramount+, and a new theatrical SpongeBob film.
    SpongeBob SquarePants has won a variety of awards including six Annie Awards, eight Golden Reel Awards, four Emmy Awards, 19 Kids' Choice Awards, and two BAFTA Children's Awards. A Broadway musical based on it opened in 2017 to critical acclaim.[

    • Matthew Paano Torres.
      Matthew Paano Torres. Před měsícem

      The lake continued to dry up, exposing more lake bed known as playa, and sending nearby communities clouds of toxic dust.[40] A haze incorporating pesticide plumes, exhaust fumes, factory emissions, and the vaporized dust from the lake regularly hangs over the communities in the valley.[41] With a dense blend of ozone and particulate matter, Imperial County became known for some of the worst air quality in the country.[21] Eastern Coachella communities have disproportionately higher rates of asthma and respiratory complications because of high concentrations of contaminants in the air.[42] Over 20% of the children in the region have asthma (with the national rate being less than 10%).[43] Scientists are studying how much of this is due to the Salton Sea dust and what is actually in the windblown particles.[44] Ten schools in the Imperial Valley use green, yellow, and red flags signaling air quality for the many children who have asthma. Green means they join their friends on the playground, whereas red means they stay inside all day. Parents can also receive emailed alerts from the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District.[45] Local activists ask if this is an issue of environmental justice, since the area most impacted is 85% Latinos.[46][47] Some 650,000 people, many who are farmworkers, live where there are significant exposure to the dust.[48]: 4  The public health impacts of continuing not to meet federal air quality standards include the treatment of child and adult asthma, Cardiac Disease, lung cancer, and increased mortality rates.[48]: 2  Lower concentrations of the wind-borne dust travels all the way into Southern California and Arizona.[49] Residents in the Los Angeles Basin, some 150 miles (240 km) away, complained about the odor that drifted their way in 2012, after the biomass on the sea bottom was churned by a storm.[50][26][21]
      During the first 15 years after the sale of the Imperial water to San Diego County, the Imperial Irrigation District has been required to put water into the Salton Sea to compensate for the loss of agricultural runoff needed to replenish the sea. As the 2017 deadline for ending the additional mitigation water approached, the district, along with Imperial County, petitioned the California State Water Resources Control Board in 2014 with a demand for state action to fulfill its obligation after years of delays and unfulfilled plans.[51] Pacific Institute, an environmental think tank, was warning that the lack of replenishment water was leading to a "period of very rapid deterioration."[48][52] The rapidly shrinking sea was a "looming environmental and public health crisis".[53] With the increased shrinkage, dust storms would increase and the rotten-egg smell would reach the coastal cities more frequently.[52][22]
      About 36,000 acres (15,000 ha), or about 10%, of Imperial Valley's arable farmland has been temporarily fallowed to meet the reductions in the water transfer agreement.[54] The farms in the Imperial Valley produce alfalfa, wheat, and vegetables such as carrots and Brussels sprouts.[55] As of 2015, the most widely planted crop was alfalfa, followed by bermuda grass and sudan grass. A third of the hay produced here was exported to China, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Japan. Most of exported hay feeds dairy cows, while Japan uses it for Kobe beef.[16]
      On January 1, 2018, 40% less water began flowing into the sea as the 15-year mitigation period ended per the 2003 water transfer agreement.[24] A court decision also forced the Imperial Irrigation District to end a program that had allowed it to equally distribute and cap the amount of water its members receive.[24] Although it had been shrinking for years, this began to lower the water level significantly. As the shore recedes, at least 75 square miles (190 km2) of playa will be exposed by 2045, with additional dust becoming wind blown as the exposed playa dries out.[21] A vertical drop of one foot in the water level can expose thousands of feet of horizontal playa.[22] The state is mainly responsible, as California lawmakers pledged to fund air-quality management projects to mitigate impacts from the 2003 water transfer agreement.[48]: 1  Over the years, local, state and federal bodies have found minimal success dealing with the dust from the exposed playa.[49] To reduce wind-borne dust, the district has a program known as vegetation enhancement and surface roughening, which includes plowing furrows on newly exposed playa within property owned by the district.[24]
      Fugitive dust, consisting of very small particles suspended in air, is being studied to distinguish between playa dust and desert emissions that are primarily made up of mineral dust from soil. The Imperial County Air Quality Management District, the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and the University of California at Riverside School of Medicine along with the environmental justice group Comite Civico Del Valle are using mobile and stationary air quality monitoring units in the effort to protect the health of the nearby residents.[56]

    • Matthew Paano Torres.
      Matthew Paano Torres. Před měsícem

      In the 1970s, scientists issued warnings about the changes coming to this lake with no outlet. Studies that started in the 1960s found a complex problem for which any remediation would be expensive.[20] The Imperial Valley has about 500,000 acres (200,000 ha) of farmland for which flood irrigation is typical.[16] Water from the Colorado River is diverted near Yuma, Arizona, into the 82-mile (132 km) All-American Canal. The canal runs west along the Mexican border and then north into 1,700 miles (2,700 km) of irrigation channels that crisscross the farms.[23]
      Gravity carries the agricultural runoff downhill through the New and Alamo rivers to the lake.[23] The water is full of salts, selenium, and fertilizers (mainly nitrates).[24] As it drains through the soil, the water leaches out ancient salt deposits that also raise the salinity. Evaporation in the desert heat further concentrates the salt. The transformation of the lake made it increasingly inhospitable to wildlife. Before the end of the decade, fish started dying off and bird populations declined.[22]
      In the late 1970s, a series of heavy tropical storms caused the water level to rapidly rise and flood its banks.[22] The surrounding towns and businesses were severely damaged, many beyond repair. In 1976, Hurricane Kathleen inundated the lakeshore communities and put Bombay Beach completely underwater.[25] Tourism was drastically reduced, and many of the resorts and associated infrastructure were abandoned. The state began to issue odor advisories as the lake began to stink.[20]
      In the 1990s, the shores were littered with dead fish as the lake had gotten so salty that large die-offs occurred.[21] Fertilizers in the runoff caused massive blooms of algae. When storms churned the lake, botulism spread among the dying tilapia, which were eaten by the birds. During a four-month long period in 1996, 14,000 birds died from eating the fish, nearly 10,000 of which were pelicans. The carcasses were burned in an incinerator 24 hours a day for weeks. The resulting news coverage conveyed a simplified story that implied the lake was a toxic catastrophe filled with water that could be deadly.[26] As a congressman in 1995, former mayor of nearby Palm Springs, Sonny Bono, advocated for attention to the problems. His wife and some politicians took up the cause as a form of tribute to Bono after his death in a 1998 skiing accident.[27] Congress passed and President Bill Clinton signed into law the Salton Sea Reclamation Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-372). In 1999, the lake began to recede dramatically. The dropping water level stranded many of the remaining boat docks, residences, and businesses. Water-management priorities were changing including diverting water from agricultural areas to cities.[22] The U.S. Department of the Interior prepared a draft Environmental Impact Report in compliance with the Reclamation Act and working in partnership with the Salton Sea Authority.[28] A Strategic Science Plan and the Bureau of Reclamation's Alternatives Appraisal Report were also added to the voluminous studies of the lake.[29] Before the legislative and scientific recommendations were implemented, priorities shifted away from activities at the lake after the September 11 attacks in 2001.[26]
      In 2003, the Imperial Irrigation District signed the largest agriculture-to-urban water transfer agreement in US history. Much of its water allocation would go to communities along the California coast at a profit.[21] With a 45-year term, the Quantification Settlement Agreement was a means for the San Diego County Water Authority and other districts to obtain additional water for the growing communities they serve.[26] Local agriculture became more efficient at using water which resulted in the shoreline retreating as less run-off flowed into the lake.[15] Farmers installed sprinklers to replace flood irrigation and used soil measurement devices that tell them when to water.[23] As the Salton Sea shrank, it became saltier than ocean water. The California State Legislature, by legislation enacted in 2003 and 2004, directed the secretary of the California Resources Agency to prepare a restoration plan for the Salton Sea ecosystem, and an Environmental Impact Report.[30] The Salton Sea Authority had a consultant study the alternatives and in 2004 issued their preferred alternative.[31] After receiving comments from other agencies, they approved a new report in 2006.[32] They hoped the reports would influence the state as it prepared the proposal mandated by the legislature.[33]
      In January 2018, all the water that had been flowing into the Salton Sea as relief from the Quantification Settlement Agreement had transferred to urban centers.[34]This sudden change led to the start of a "rapid decline in volume and a rapid increase in salinity" for the Salton Sea.[35]As a result, thousands of acres of deposit are becoming visible, which may become a birthplace of toxic dust due to the local dry and windy environment.[36]
      The state released an $8.9-billion proposal in 2007 that involved building a horseshoe-shaped outer lake, a berm crossing the center of the lake and an extensive system of dikes, channels and pumps.[30][37] Due to their concerns about the impact on the lake, the district only approved the water transfer agreement after Governor Gray Davis had signed the 2003 legislation known as the Salton Sea Restoration Act.[38] It stated that it was the "intent of the Legislature that the State of California undertake the restoration of the Salton Sea ecosystem and the permanent protection of the wildlife dependent on that ecosystem".[39] The restoration plan was not implemented as state lawmakers found it too expensive and the Great Recession hit the economy. Repeated delays and dwindling public interest precluded any real change.[30]

    • Matthew Paano Torres.
      Matthew Paano Torres. Před měsícem

      The Salton Sea is a shallow, landlocked, highly saline body of water in Riverside and Imperial counties at the southern end of the U.S. state of California. It lies on the San Andreas Fault within the Salton Trough that stretches to the Gulf of California in Mexico. Over millions of years, the Colorado River has flowed into the Imperial Valley and deposited alluvium (soil), creating fertile farmland, building up the terrain, and constantly moving its main course and river delta. For thousands of years, the river has alternately flowed into the valley, or diverted around it, creating either a saline lake called Lake Cahuilla, or a dry desert basin, respectively. When the Colorado River flows into the valley, the lake level depends on river flows and the balance between inflow and evaporative loss. When the river diverts around the valley, the lake dries completely, as it did around 1580. Hundreds of archaeological sites have been found in this region, indicating possibly long-term Native American villages and temporary camps.
      The current lake was formed from an inflow of water from the Colorado River in 1905. Beginning in 1900, an irrigation canal was dug from the Colorado River to the old Alamo River channel to provide water to the Imperial Valley for farming. The headgates and canals sustained a buildup of silt, so a series of cuts were made in the bank of the Colorado River to further increase the water flow. Water from spring floods broke through a canal head-gate diverting a portion of the river flow into the Salton Basin for two years before repairs were completed. The water in the formerly dry lake bed created the modern lake, which is about 15 by 35 miles (24 by 56 km).
      The lake would have dried up, but farmers used generous amounts of Colorado River water and let the excess flow into the lake. In the 1950s and into the '60s, the area became a resort destination, and communities grew with hotels and vacation homes. Birdwatching was also popular as the wetlands were a major resting stop on the Pacific Flyway.
      In the 1970s, scientists issued warnings that the lake would continue to shrink and become more inhospitable to wildlife. In the 1980s, contamination from farm runoff promoted the outbreak and spread of diseases. Massive die-offs of the avian populations have occurred, especially after the loss of several species of fish on which they depend. Salinity rose so high that large fish kills occurred, often blighting the beaches of the sea with their carcasses. Tourism was drastically reduced.
      After 1999, the lake began to shrink as local agriculture used the water more efficiently so less runoff flowed into the lake. As the lake bed became exposed, the winds sent clouds of toxic dust into nearby communities. Smaller amounts of dust reached into the Los Angeles area and people there could sometimes smell an odor coming from the lake. The state is mainly responsible for fixing the problems, and California lawmakers pledged to fund air-quality management projects in conjunction with the signing of the 2003 agreement to send more water to coastal cities. Local, state, and federal bodies all had found minimal success dealing with the dust, dying wildlife, and other problems for which warnings had been issued decades before. At the beginning of 2018 local agencies declared an emergency and, along with the state, funded and developed the Salton Sea Management Program.
      In 2020, Palm Springs Life magazine summarized the ecological situation as "Salton Sea derives its fame as the biggest environmental disaster in California history".[1]
      After a slow start and some small projects, construction started on a $206.5 million project in early 2021 on the delta of the New River, creating ponds and wetlands on the southern shore of the lake.
      The Gulf of California would extend as far north as Indio, were it not for the delta created by the Colorado River.[2] Over three million years, through all of the Pleistocene, the river's delta expanded until it cut off the northern part of the gulf. Since then, the Colorado River has alternated between emptying into the basin, creating a freshwater lake, and emptying into the gulf, leaving the lake to dry and turn to desert. Wave-cut shorelines at various elevations record a repeated cycle of filling and drying over hundreds of thousands of years.[3] The most recent freshwater lake was Lake Cahuilla,[3] also known as the Blake Sea[4] after American professor and geologist William Phipps Blake.[5] It covered over 2,000 square miles (5,200 km2), six times the area of the Salton Sea.[3]
      Archaeological sites and radiocarbon dates indicate that the lake was filled three or four times over the last 1300 years. When full, the lake would attract Native Americans to its shores. Hundreds of sites have been found, some possibly long-term villages and other temporary camps. The occupants ate at least four species of fish (two of which were razorback sucker and bonytail chub), birds (particularly the coot), black-tailed jackrabbit, black-tailed cottontail rabbit, and sometimes deer and bighorn sheep. Among the plants they used were bulrush, cattail, mesquite, and saltbush. The Cahuilla people have an oral memory of the last lake, which existed in the 17th century and dried up soon after 1700.[6]
      Throughout the Spanish period of California's history, the area was referred to as the "Colorado Desert" after the Colorado River. In a railroad survey completed in 1855, it was called "the Valley of the Ancient Lake". On several old maps from the Library of Congress, it has been found labeled "Cahuilla Valley" (after the local Native American tribe) and "Cabazon Valley" (after a local Native American chief - Chief Cabazon). "Salt Creek" first appeared on a map in 1867 and "Salton Station" is on a railroad map from 1900, although this place had been there as a rail stop since the late 1870s.[7] Until the advent of the modern sea, the Salton Sink was the site of a major salt-mining operation.[8]
      In 1900, under governor James Budd, the California Development Company began construction of irrigation canals to divert water from the Colorado River into the Salton Sink, a dry lake bed. After construction of these irrigation canals, the Salton Sink became fertile for a time, allowing farmers to plant crops.[8]
      Within two years, the Alamo Canal became filled with silt from the Colorado River. Engineers tried to alleviate the blockages to no avail. In 1905, heavy rainfall and snowmelt caused the Colorado River to swell, overrunning the third intake cut into the bank of the river and sending the flood into the Alamo Canal. The resulting flood poured down the canal, and down two former dry arroyos, the New River in the west, and the Alamo River in the east, each about 60 mi (97 km) long.[9] Over about two years, these two newly created rivers carried the entire volume of the Colorado River into the Salton Sink.[10][11]
      The Southern Pacific Railroad tried to stop the flooding by dumping earth into the canal's headgates area, but the effort was not fast enough, and the river eroded deeper and deeper into the dry desert sand of the Imperial Valley. A large waterfall formed as a result and began cutting rapidly upstream along the path of the Alamo Canal that now was occupied by the Colorado. This waterfall was initially 15 feet (4.6 m) high, but grew to 80 feet (20 m) high before the flow through the breach was stopped. Originally, the waterfall was feared to recede upstream to the true main path of the Colorado, becoming up to 100 to 300 feet (30 to 90 m) high, when it would be practically impossible to stop the flow.
      As the basin filled, the town of Salton, a Southern Pacific Railroad siding, and Torres-Martinez Native American land were submerged. The tribe's reservation now straddles the northern end of the lake.[12] The sudden influx of water and the lack of any drainage from the basin resulted in the formation of the Salton Sea.[13][14]
      In the 1920s, agriculture had boomed in the valley as the Imperial Irrigation District delivered large quantities of Colorado River water to irrigate the crops. The lake would have dried up naturally, but with flood irrigation being commonly used, plenty of water ran off the farms into the lake and kept it full.[15] The district holds senior rights to water from the Colorado River according to Doctrine of Prior Appropriation, which is based on whoever first put the water to beneficial use could continue to claim it.[16] In 1930, a wildlife refuge was established on some wetlands along the edge of the lake that had attracted many birds. The fish flourished in the lake and provided a source of food for massive populations of migratory birds. Birdwatchers flocked to this new refuge in the middle of a desert.[15]
      The continuing intermittent flooding of the Imperial Valley from the Colorado River ended with the construction of Hoover Dam. The Imperial Dam, built in 1938, serves as a desilting dam for water entering the irrigation canals.[17]
      In the 1950s and into the 1960s, the communities expanded as the area's reputation as a resort destination and sport fishery grew.[18] Hotels and yacht clubs were built on the shore along with homes and schools.[19] Resorts in communities like Bombay Beach hosted entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys and Bing Crosby.[20] Yacht clubs held parties at night and golf courses provided recreation.[19] Many people came for boating activities such as water skiing and fishing as stocked fish proliferated.[21] Lakeshore communities grew as vacation homes were built.[15] More than 1.5 million visitors visited annually at the peak.[22]

    • Dartvoid135
      Dartvoid135 Před měsícem


    • ^FnafObsessed^
      ^FnafObsessed^ Před 2 měsíci

      That's a long as comment even Jesus couldn't read it

  • David Nguyen
    David Nguyen Před 2 měsíci +8

    ❤ I Loved it

  • 🎄BLUE the catYT🎄
    🎄BLUE the catYT🎄 Před 3 měsíci +2

    I like the music in *3:31* of the video
    Edit: why was one part so sus?! Sus Part: *4:37*

  • João games
    João games Před 2 měsíci +3

    👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍 isso merece like na primeira parte de ouvir na música do Sonic do Five Nights at freddy's

  • C Davis
    C Davis Před 29 dny +1

    Oh my god the rainbow friends are so cute

  • odette ML
    odette ML Před měsícem +1

    this so cute

  • 🟡 yellow chan👑
    🟡 yellow chan👑 Před 3 měsíci +5

    0:20 so cute to blue and purple

  • Yeetus-mgeeeeeeeetus
    Yeetus-mgeeeeeeeetus Před 3 měsíci +14

    3:23 = nothing but wholesome

  • 𝓣𝓪𝔂𝓵𝓸𝓻

    I like the “CaN I SpEaK tO The ManAgEr”

  • Griselda Ruiz
    Griselda Ruiz Před 2 měsíci +6

    ❤ es que lo mejor❤

  • sia boy nice cat
    sia boy nice cat Před 3 měsíci +5

    I like rainbow friends I like so much!!!

  • miss_Sophie_
    miss_Sophie_ Před 2 měsíci +2

    It is pretty))

  • miss_Sophie_
    miss_Sophie_ Před 2 měsíci +14

    Они все такие милые 😍

  • °Basil From Omori °
    °Basil From Omori ° Před 2 měsíci +3

    Green in the first animatoon was so cuuuute 🥰🥰🥰

  • VN Pokemon
    VN Pokemon Před 2 měsíci +1

    Rainbow friends animation is so cuteeee

  • Sokhna sylla
    Sokhna sylla Před měsícem +7

    5:36 You know things are about to get messy when editors add this song 💀

  • Greta Finkenthal Vazquez
    Greta Finkenthal Vazquez Před 3 měsíci +2

    :D megusta Blue y Green :D

  • zina prior
    zina prior Před 2 měsíci +1

    I never knew you make rainbow freinds animations

  • jellycat
    jellycat Před 3 měsíci +4

    Orange is basically me when I'm in front of my mom

    • Anime drawer
      Anime drawer Před 2 měsíci

      Orange is my dog literally trying to catch a single CRUMB

    • Christy Tabor
      Christy Tabor Před 2 měsíci +1


  • Tasin Roblox game play and in life of Tasin

    The animation is pretty cool

  • emilly  e desenhos candy
    emilly e desenhos candy Před 2 měsíci +1


  • 설세호
    설세호 Před 2 měsíci +4

    블루그린 너무 좋아하네요♥️🥰

  • HectorTheMagnifesent
    HectorTheMagnifesent Před 2 měsíci +8

    Aww, Blue's so cute, so is green C:

  • Ximena Vinces
    Ximena Vinces Před měsícem +4

    Que cuchiiiiii me muerooooooo es tan lindooooo😘😶😝

  • ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)МиЛка СяН(КоШИЧКа)


  • Sofia Camberos
    Sofia Camberos Před 3 měsíci +5

    Aww❤does green like blue omg so adorable💕

  • Jugando con Yuri
    Jugando con Yuri Před 2 měsíci

    😂😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣 que gracioso

  • Thảo Nguyên
    Thảo Nguyên Před 26 dny +1


  • Bonniethedragon dantonel
    Bonniethedragon dantonel Před 3 měsíci +1

    Orange and green are so cute in the firth animation 🥰

  • alice cats fufi screech doors
    alice cats fufi screech doors Před 3 měsíci +4

    As coisas que eles fazem escondidos dos players

  • lynda tiet
    lynda tiet Před 2 měsíci +1

    Just realized one meme has ddlc intro song😮😮

  • ULTRA Sus
    ULTRA Sus Před 3 měsíci +1

    Yeah tbh it would be way better if you just recorded gameplay ._.

  • Goya Continent
    Goya Continent Před 18 dny

    Вау ты крута рисуеш хорошо🙂

  • LoganGaming235
    LoganGaming235 Před měsícem

    You are copying FA FA AL

    JULIA ALEATORI4 Před 3 měsíci +1

    0:53 melhor cozinheiro :/👌 quero um pouco kkkkkk mentira ;-;

  • Andrew Peart
    Andrew Peart Před 3 měsíci +1

    The first one:
    Orange and green:💃🕺💃🕺
    Purple:jumping and then falling

  • Amongus baka
    Amongus baka Před 3 měsíci +1

    Man the one when his best friends cut his eye oof made me cried

  • Fandy Cell
    Fandy Cell Před 3 měsíci +2


  • el pepe
    el pepe Před 2 měsíci +2

    Perfect 👍👍👍👍🙂

  • Tham SW
    Tham SW Před 3 měsíci +1

    The first one was like so cute

  • Tenlee🎄🎅
    Tenlee🎄🎅 Před 2 měsíci +1

    I love your videos❤❤🎉🎉

  • Sub to these YouTubers!
    Sub to these YouTubers! Před 3 měsíci +4

    I like how orange memes dances👁👄👁

  • {wilianny { torres ._.
    {wilianny { torres ._. Před 3 měsíci +11

    😍😍 qué lindos

  • cathy howell
    cathy howell Před měsícem

    I’m your biggest fan I love your videos

  • Khiev Sopanha
    Khiev Sopanha Před 3 měsíci +1

    I Like The Security Breach Daycare Song

  • Sweet Peach
    Sweet Peach Před 3 měsíci +1


  • 💚ILikeBread💙
    💚ILikeBread💙 Před 3 měsíci +20

    The fact that 2:10 is the most replayed scene 💀

  • Jeward Igdanes
    Jeward Igdanes Před 3 měsíci +3


  • rainbow 🌈
    rainbow 🌈 Před 2 měsíci

    The second one was from the amazing world of gumball

  • I love Rainbow friends
    I love Rainbow friends Před 2 měsíci +1

    The first one....the daycare theme song

  • Fandy Cell
    Fandy Cell Před 3 měsíci +2


  • Kenya Henry
    Kenya Henry Před 3 měsíci +2

    Today is my birthday and I love your videos

  • K Money
    K Money Před 3 měsíci +3

    Why does blue work at McDonald’s 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣

  • Beata Poludniak
    Beata Poludniak Před 3 měsíci +2


  • Roselle Misa
    Roselle Misa Před 3 měsíci

    7:35 i saw the refrence of that its cookie run kingdom😲

  • Pricila Tilger Duque
    Pricila Tilger Duque Před měsícem


  • Babysitting(frog,kitty,chicken,snake,spider)

    I love the *DRAKKAR meme* is my fav i think 👌

  • areey animation
    areey animation Před 3 měsíci +3

    i love your videos and i like blue is my favorite character 💙💙💙💙

  • 안경별이☆
    안경별이☆ Před měsícem


  • Eduar José Molina Rivas


  • Fnaf Boy
    Fnaf Boy Před 2 měsíci

    5:23 gave me a heart attack

  • Fandy Cell
    Fandy Cell Před 3 měsíci


  • Priscilla Garcia
    Priscilla Garcia Před 3 měsíci +1

    aww cute😏😏

  • Keith Tsai
    Keith Tsai Před měsícem


  • Grace E
    Grace E Před 3 měsíci +1


  • Rafa
    Rafa Před 3 měsíci +1

    THIs is VERY cOoL

  • Azhmond rae Regla
    Azhmond rae Regla Před 2 měsíci

    So cute at the ever seen in green and blue🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰😇

  • Job R
    Job R Před 2 měsíci

    But i liked the cookie run kingdom reference

  • hunter girl on pc
    hunter girl on pc Před 3 měsíci +2

    2:11 is mega cute

  • Katia Medeiros
    Katia Medeiros Před 3 měsíci

    O 1 é engraçado

  • DAN3E4YOURS3LF  • 13 years  ago
    DAN3E4YOURS3LF • 13 years ago Před 2 měsíci +1

    0:04 rainbowdrop be like:

  • `-celestia_cubs-`
    `-celestia_cubs-` Před 3 měsíci +10

    1:05 red was chillin-

  • mhai tumbaga
    mhai tumbaga Před 26 dny


  • Cob Cannon
    Cob Cannon Před 3 měsíci +1

    Me when someone dies: *EMOTIONAL DAMAGE*

  • Aranza
    Aranza Před měsícem


  • Pietro Santos Bonfim
    Pietro Santos Bonfim Před 3 měsíci +1


  • ~(*Camilo Madrigal*)~
    ~(*Camilo Madrigal*)~ Před 3 měsíci +2

    4:37 Is nobody talking about her hand in that position?-

  • Emma Haselbarth
    Emma Haselbarth Před 3 měsíci +1

    1:28 Green you cannot eat a box

  • Stacey Sint Hill
    Stacey Sint Hill Před 2 měsíci

    The second green put his arm around blue I said I think I fond a new ship

  • Huu Dien Huynh
    Huu Dien Huynh Před 2 měsíci +1

    So cute

  • Merouane Bouaou
    Merouane Bouaou Před 3 měsíci

    Hahaha comedy
    So cool video

  • Irina Dolzhenko
    Irina Dolzhenko Před 2 měsíci


  • Erick Draven
    Erick Draven Před 2 měsíci


  • Abbie
    Abbie Před 3 měsíci

    green just hold blue💅✨

  • KittyCatty QT
    KittyCatty QT Před 3 měsíci +7


  • Fumo luv or ᗜˬᗜ
    Fumo luv or ᗜˬᗜ Před 3 měsíci

    2:04 a blue on stage and a blue eating meat