Fidget Spinners Explained
Fidget Spinners Explained


DO YOU FIDGET? SOME PEOPLE DO WHETHER IT’S
GOING LIKE THIS WHICH I USED TO DO ALL THE TIME, AND STILL DO. OCCASIONALLY ON THE SHOW YOU
WILL SEE A JUST FLY OUT OF MY HAND AND HIT KIM. THERE ARE A FEW NEW FADS OUT
THERE THAT HELP KIDS WITH FIDGETING IN CLASS. HERE IS ONE OF THEM THOUGHT IT
IS CALLED THE FIDGET CUBE. THIS IS A SMALL LITTLE THING
THAT SUBSTANCE OF LEE HELPS CHILDREN WITH ADHD, AUTISM TO DO
SOMETHING WITH THEIR HANDS. I DON’T KNOW IF YOU CAN SEE DOWN
IN THE BOTTOM THERE THAT ORIGINALLY THEIR GOAL TO DO THIS
ON KICK STARTER WAS $15,000. THE NUMBER ABOVE THAT IS
SLIGHTLY LARGER THAN $15,000. IT IS $6.5 MILLION AND I THINK
WE WERE ALSO MET TYT BECAUSE WE RAISED 2000 ñ 2 MILLION
THOUGHT THEIR PEOPLE WHO ARE DONATING THAT THEY CAN FIDGET
WHILE THEY WATCH A SHOW. BUT THIS AND ANOTHER ONE WE WILL
GET TO IN A MINUTE, IT IS NOT UNIVERSALLY LOVED. WHAT HE DOES THINK? HAVE USED ANY OF HIS? I FIDGET CONSTANTLY. I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR BREAKING
THIS THING ON THE DICE BECAUSE I KEEP POKING AT IT. BAR IS MAD THAT HE DOES NOT LIKE
THIS. A LOT OF PEOPLE, OKAY, I GUESS
IF YOU HAVE ADD OR ADHD OR SOME OTHER, MAY BE ASKED BURGERS, IT
HELPS YOU IF YOU ARE DOING TWO THINGS TO CONCENTRATE AND FOR ME
THAT IS DEFINITELY TRUE. I HAVE USED IQ. IT IS GREAT. HAVE YOU USED ANY OF THEM? I’VE NOT THAT WHAT REASON? YOU CLICK IT AND TURN IT AND
YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO JUST KIND OF RELEASE THAT NERVOUS
TENSION AND ENERGY. THEY ARE A CRAZY POPULAR FAD
AND ACCORDING TO THE SECRET TEACHER GUARDIAN NOT EVERYONE
LIKES THEM. THIS IS THE SECRET TEACHER
COLUMN WHICH SAYS WHEN USED PERFORM IN A WAY, STUDENTS KIND
THE NEXT TO CATCH A GLANCE OF IT. YEAH EVEN WHEN USED DISCREETLY
UNDER THE TABLE, I SEE STUDENTS GLANCING DOWN TO LOOK
AT IT, DRAWN BY THE VARIOUS CLICKING NOISES. AND NOT JUST THAT, BUT ANOTHER
DEVICE WHICH I HAVE HERE. THESE ARE THE FIDGET SPINNERS. THE FIDGET SPINNER IS THIS AND
YOU SPIN IT AND IT GOES LIKE THAT FOR A LONG TIME. I WILL PASS THEM OUT. AS I READ WHAT ONE STUDENT, WAS
SOMEONE ELSE SAID. KNOW THE SAME PERSON SAID. THESE DEVICES HAVE BECOME THE
BANE OF MY LIFE. UNLIKE THE WELL-DESIGNED FIDGET
CUBE WHICH HAS A COUPLE OF SILENT FUNCTIONS, THESE CHEAPLY
MADE SPINNING ALTERNATIVES OFTEN PRODUCE A LOW SOUND. I’M GOING TO AGREE, I LIKE
THE KEY BETTER. THIS IS QUIET SO I WOULD
IMAGINE IN CLASSES WILL BE BETTER BUT ANYTHING IN CLASS IS
GOING TO BE DISTRACTING ABOUT HIM LEARNING ALGORITHMS. IF YOU WANTED TO SHOCK THE
DISTRACTION FROM SOMETHING YOU DON’T WANT TO DO YOU’RE
GOING TO FIND AT THE IN A CLASSROOM CONTEXT
ANYTHING WILL BE A DISTRACTION BUT I THINK THIS CAN BE HELPFUL
FOR FOLKS WHO FOR J OR HARM THEMSELVES BY PICKING THEIR HAIR
OR WHATEVER. I AM NOT AN EXPERT BUT IT SEEMS
LIKE IT COULD BE HELPFUL. ACCORDING TO THE SECRET
TEACHER WHO I THINK IS BIASED BY HOW LOUD THEY SEEM TO
BE IN CLASS AND HOW DISTRACTING. PUT IT ON THE TABLE. IT’S QUIET. ITíS ABSOLUTELY QUIET. THE BLACK ONE IS KIND OF
LOUD. IT MAY BE BROKEN. I DON’T LIKE AT THE
IMPLICATIONS OF THAT. NO. I’M JUST KIDDING. SORRY. AFRICAN-AMERICAN. THANK YOU. IT’S A PROGRESSIVE TELEVISION
SHOW THAT I THINK SOME MIGHT BE LOSING
THIS ONE. YOU CAN ALSO GRAB A HERE AND
FLIP IT AROUND THE I LIKE THIS. I AM DISTRACTED, BUT ñ ALL KIDS ARE GOING TO WANT TO
PLAY WITH A TOY, RIGHT? HERE IS QUOTE FROM REX,
WHO WROTE IN THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE. HIS ARGUMENT KID
THAT HE MUST OBTAIN MORE FIDGET BEEN IS, BECAUSE THERE’S
ALWAYS ANOTHER SPENARD BETTER THAN THE 73 HE KEEPS IN HIS
POCKETS. HE ASKS THAT WE WATCH THEM DO A
FIDGETS BEEN HER TRICK AND THEN HE THOUSAND METRIC BECAUSE IT’S
PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE BUT THEN HE ASKS FOR MY NEWLY UPGRADED
SMART PHONE SO HE CAN WATCH ANOTHER INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO FOR
PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE FIDGET SPINNER TRICKS, OF WHICH THERE
ARE 19 MILLION. USE IT CORRECTLY. NOW I’M DOING NOW, BUT DON’T DO
IT I DO. THERE ONES WHERE YOU THROW IT
UP AND CATCH IT. IT IS A LOT. SOME OF THESE, I SAW ONE
HAD 2 MILLION VIEWS. KIDS ARE REALLY INTO IT. I WENT
TO TARGET TO TRY TO BUY AND HE IS LIKE YOU CAN’T, BUT MY
BROTHER GOT ONE AT 7-ELEVEN DOWN THE STREET. ITíS THE NEW YO-YO.

100 thoughts on “Fidget Spinners Explained”

  1. Dragitall says:

    I wouldn't want any of these three dummies in my classroom.

  2. Kevin Williams says:

    They're like the new TechDecks.

  3. Phloid82 says:

    My kids want them. I don't.

  4. The Right News says:

    Kim Hortcher has a face for radio and a voice for zines

  5. felicity4711 says:

    We all need to stim, but you have to stim quietly and discreetly. Fidget cubes make too much noise.

  6. Sammie Saxon says:

    I WANT THE CUBE.

  7. ccricers says:

    Pretty soon Cosmo magazine will recommend using these spinners on your girls clit for maximum pleasure

  8. Alexis Harper says:

    Most of the off-brand ones that are cheaper are much louder.

  9. Horizontal View says:

    exactly a "toy"! Most kids with special needs get accommodations to help them excel in the classroom. Fidget things have always been used stress balls, rubber shapes etc..key is not to be a distraction to other classmates or to draw attention to the student themselves as a special need student. now imagine 40 kids in a class 27 have accommodations and are grouped in classes with specialist and a teacher . Now 27 kids are spinning these things on the desk, doing tricks, not at all using then as intended and distracting the other kids in class who can't concentrate because they are distracted by things spinning all around them. yet if you take it away then you get in trouble as the teacher for not allowing the accommodation. They fidget enough with their cell phones and can use alternative fidget devices used for decades but they want to play with a "toy" . it can be very frustrating trying to teach while the room is spinning like a record player .

  10. emily fuuu says:

    no way in hell they would have allowed this in my school. we couldnt even use mechanical pencils because the clicking could distract others.

  11. emily fuuu says:

    theres was a guy in my college classes who took the batteries out of the clocks because the ticking annoyed the shit out of him. if someone would have used one of these in class, he may have legit stabbed them in the face.

  12. TitanTubs says:

    They are self-diagnosed autistic hyperactive gullible annoying Instagram addicted retards with no life or concept of money and fads.. who should die and rot in hell
    This is what leftists want… pure autism.

  13. rizendell says:

    i saw one of these at a mall a month ago, I thought they had motors in them that kept them spinning. honestly I was not interested at all in them after i found out they didn't spin on their own.

  14. 3m0_Wr3ck says:

    A hundred and fifty four thousand nine hundred and twenty six dollars is not fifteen thousand dollars ughh ffs

  15. Joseph Harding says:

    WOW "do you fidget?" WAS HILARIOUS

  16. Joseph Harding says:

    People are addicted to there phones and they think fidgeting when they can't use their phones is add

  17. ODoyleRulz says:

    It comes down to tool vs. toy. I teach special education and used properly fidgets can be a powerful tool (I have ADHD myself and helped back the cube). The problem starts when they become such a popular TOY. Now we have the issue of parents who insist that their child needs to use her spinner, when it's just not the case.

  18. Dyaln Stone Stone says:

    fidget nothing more than girly version of Beyblades version …. or an advanced version of spin tops

  19. david smith says:

    save money and just squeeze a stress ball instead of spending money on that and work on ur grip at the same time

  20. Fernando Sanchez says:

    Woww look at this 40 year old fuckwad

  21. Sage Mode says:

    Hey Allen, them fronts tho ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚โœŒ๐Ÿพ

  22. roven 08 says:

    this white guy is the worst anchor.

  23. Feministe Wynn says:

    the problem with the spinner is poor, exploitative (or at the very east, ignorant) marketing. for most people who actually FIDGET, you don't even need both hands….fidgeting is meant to help you concentrate. if the fidget spinner's intent is to keep it spinning, then it no longer serves it's purpose of just having something to do with your hand(s)….it becomes a game of sorts. with the cube, you can use one hand and don't have to keep looking at it in order to know that it is still serving it's purpose…people who don't actually fidget are buying these because they look cool or fun, but there are many who actually need something like the cube in order to get through an otherwise stressful setting.

  24. Scurvy Dan says:

    I'm a teacher and I have students with ADHD and autism that would do way better if they had a fidget cube to help them concentrate, instead of constantly clicking their pen and such.
    The problem is douchebags will always use stimming aids that are readily available in order to be douchbags… so most schools ban them.
    I had a student who had a few chewies to stim whenever she needed, you know, as opposed to biting her nails, and her classmates ended up taking one of them and making loud munching noises that not only distracted everyone but also made the girl panic because she thought they were destroying it. I stepped in the moment I realized what was going on, so like, within five seconds, but she was already panicking, someone told their parents and it erupted into a lot of bullshit. Hope she still can bring those to class, cus I don't work there anymore, that was my second to last day in that place :/

  25. Liam Kelly says:

    I have ADD and this would of been amazing my whole life cause i doodle and get yelled at doing that, even as an adult in class but quite frankly when i draw i am paying more attention than the others talking in class.

  26. Drod196 says:

    Why am I getting Ads for the R healthcare plan on tyt? I feel nauseous.

  27. Bees Knees says:

    Pocket toys; when I was a kid we had fingerboards which were very disruptive and were not to 'help productivity' or whatever.

  28. Hi. says:

    Let me get this straight…there's a toy that enables kids with ADD/ADHD/Autism-spectrum, etc? Count me in! Screw Behavioral Therapy. It was getting old anyway…

  29. Toast ghost says:

    Thank you

  30. Steven Eull says:

    I got a bunch of spinners off wish for under a dollar ๐Ÿ’ต….. I do not like them … The cubes just work better for keeping my fingers occupied

  31. Sarah Polz says:

    i believe you

  32. dena81 says:

    This is just like when we had slap bracelets in my generation

  33. icecaloric says:

    Sorry. I still don't get it.

  34. Galimir Nund says:

    I don't get it.. it is another fad that will die in a few months… whatever…

  35. Landon J Powell says:

    Bullshit placebo toy for idiots. Leave your autism spinners at home.

  36. David Miller says:

    Finally TYT actually made a video that isn't about getting free college and healthcare from the government aka communism propaganda.

  37. Benjamin Parris says:

    I'm a teacher: the big issue is it not being used as a tool but a toy. I have seen students stack them, steal them, and use them as if they were able to cut through tables, paper, pencils, or the student sitting next to them. It's an issue, has lasted for several months, I am now taking them when I hear them.

  38. Holcombi says:

    They came about because of an overabundance of rollerblade bearings.

  39. Roving Punster says:

    Capt Queeg in The Caine Mutiny used 3 ball bearings. Wonder why those never caufht on. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  40. TURTLEMMC23 says:

    3:04 Kim learns she is a ninja.

  41. stegos says:

    Now this is real news!

  42. Gothead420 says:

    I use a vaporiser instead against my ADHD.

  43. orangedrone says:

    Ass boogers?

  44. LunaGer says:

    "All kids are going to want to play with a toy."

    But in school? I would not allow my child to bring any toy to school, ADHD or not.

  45. Rex Lutgen says:

    Why put a commercial on the end to tell me there are no commercials?

  46. LonelyDinoDude says:

    The spinner helps me cuz I pull my hair and bitebmy nails and I have ADHD so it helps me from hurting my self

  47. Dremsilruth says:

    When I was in high school I would pick at my face a lot in class. I would look for abnormalities like pimples and scratch at them until I felt they were gone, and there was this one particular spot on one of my cheeks that kept bothering me, and I remember several instances where I scratched at that one spot so much that I got blood under my finger nails. Ever since I graduated, haven't done any such thing.

    My mom got one of those spinners a few days ago, she asked if I would be interested in having one. I said if I had one I would probably have to use it in short, spaced out intervals to avoid getting totally bored with it and abandoning it.

  48. mizuhonova says:

    Back in my day, we used click pens.

  49. Kristin The Heyoka says:

    When i was in school teachers outlawed trapper keepers, i had a lisa frank one and my parents were pissed. The teachers said its too loud. I have ADD and these would probably help me in social situations.

  50. puttputt524 says:

    I don't know if these help kids with autism or ADD, but it is definitely a huge distraction for kids with no mental health issues. They like to spin it and stare at it during class.

  51. assassintwinat8 says:

    Kim's in heaven XD

  52. YankeeSpirit says:

    Because kids playing with phones in class is much better ๐Ÿ˜›

  53. clevontimms24 says:

    Don't have ADD or ADHD and I find these annoying plus distracting sigh .. maybe that's why the teacher was so thumbs down about it .. yikes poor teacher but glad this helps those that need it .. trade off I guess

  54. John S says:

    "the implications." ded.

  55. MRay A says:

    I saw some of those at a knockoff 99 cent store.

  56. Beaver's Hobby says:

    These spinners are made of ball bearings. The thing about ball bearing is it needs servicing it to keep the smooth operation and of course keep the noise down. Which I don't think most people want to do. Soon they'll become louder and more distracting.

  57. x0Pumpkinx0 says:

    These are not silent! As an educator I can hear ALL the spinners. Students take these things apart and try to put it back together. Some have lights on them, some make a louder noise, some glow in the dark, there are many with different styles of blades. Students have special carriers for these things. They distract the students from doing their work. They watch it spin, or their peer watches it spin. Students are trying to steal them off of other students while in class. I hate these things. They've caused so many issues in the classroom within the last couple of weeks.

  58. Rob Stringer says:

    Assburgers?

  59. Seana Scala says:

    My great grandson has both. I honestly think they are worthless and I am a very positive parent, grandparent.

  60. TheArozconpollo says:

    3:03 Kim can't seem decide which spinner she likes most. HIGHLY distracted!! LOL.

  61. JM1993951 says:

    These things take more concentration than they save.

  62. Ben G says:

    Spinners, some strip clubs still have them…

  63. mattclarknyc says:

    I live in a nation of completely retarded morons.

  64. Michael Coleman says:

    I don't get it at all. Don't care if the rest of the world follows the trend. Its stupid. Unless you are the guy that invented them. And now I guess you're rich.

  65. Leilah E. says:

    I think Young Turks should address that the INVENTOR of Fidget Spinners makes $0 because years ago she approached Toy Company Hasbro with her idea. Hasbro openly rejected her, waited years for there to be no legal repercussions and STOLE HER IDEA AND MADE MILLIONS OFF IT.

    Inventor Catherine Hettinger should be compensated, as so many ideas are RIPPED OFF by giant companies who steal all the profits for other people's originality and hard work. MAKE A VIDEO ON THAT.

    (Source: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/may/03/fidget-spinner-inventor-patent-catherine-hettinger )

  66. Tropical Homestead says:

    This is one step up from the pet rock in order of stupid trends.

  67. aaron jay says:

    i'd smash Kim

  68. Vintage Fun says:

    I really don't know why I watched this whole "story". Otherwise, I love you TYT.

  69. tjw3999 says:

    people used to buy pet rocks too

  70. misterdrew 42692 says:

    Kim's dressed like Rey

  71. Tom Self says:

    what about pathological grooming? Like chewing fingernails? My nails grow tax-free, and I don't make any monthly payments for them. I recommend nail-biting, or try pulling your wiskers!

  72. Antifoul Awl says:

    2 years from now, nobody will remember these.

  73. J Crow says:

    And none of their funds went to a patent them. They really lost out on all the companies chasing them.

  74. Grateful aya says:

    If anybody wants any of these spinners let me know, my wife sells these things out of her company, she has some very cool ones that i have not seen anywhere in the U.S and i know you will be very popular with these ones that she has

  75. Donal Romano says:

    fad fad faddy fad fad

  76. Jerry Jeff Jogger says:

    I wish TYT would begin hiring BETTER HOST & covered NEWS, not fads. I'm beginning to see no point in watching TYT. It isn't growing, in fact, it seems to be regressing towards info-tainment. I'm not a troll, for those ready to attack. Although, it should be obvious my criticism is honest and valid.

  77. Top Cat says:

    0.28 – "A small.little thing…" ? Redundant.

  78. Eric Dickhaus says:

    It is ADHD. ADD was the term before 1993. Asperger's syndrome (now known as high performing autism) does not have fidgeting as a symptom.

  79. Jacob J says:

    spinning a fidget spinner right now…

  80. bat in the attic says:

    Oh, naughty fidgeting enablers! This is the direct opposite to that other recent 'trend' – smart drugs to aid concentration. Why would anybody want to be LESS able to concentrate? I'm a chronic fidget. Fingers and toes constantly moving and drumming and typing out, in thin air, what somebody is saying – but that's just me telling myself I need to slow my gearless whirring and expend some energy engaged with something constructive.

    However, if these actually HELP people, with certain conditions or tendencies, to concentrate – then they may be more than just another bit of plastic tat to end up in landfill or on a beach somewhere.

  81. Ricardo Morales says:

    Had not catched the fighter jet in the chick in the middle. Now I know the Rey look it's intentional. I donยดt know how to feel about it now.

  82. Gabe Dudley says:

    Yes use fidgets when your mind control starts to fade.ย  Use fidgets because its just something else to keep you distracted from the truth that calls you.ย  Wake up friends!ย  Walk away!ย  Be deceived by this propaganda no more!

  83. Donna Raitanen says:

    Knit! Knitting can do the trick and you get socks at the end.

  84. leo cameron says:

    its just a way of making money im sure there are better solutions that involve putting more effort in

  85. CursedWarrior100 says:

    No ads? I've seen ads when watching yalls videos

  86. Shayne Baldwin says:

    The Chinese bearing industry is BOOMING now. Struggling to keep up with demands for these fidget spinners. Amaing how something so small and uncomplicated can make some people so rich. Remember "Pet Rock" wow this world is getting dumber by the week. Well by the day now that Trump is in office. Bet he has a Solid Gold Spinner, with the BEST BEARINGS YOU HAVE EVER SEEN!

  87. jrsinsf says:

    another way to make fuzzy minds fuzzier

  88. Nik Levandowski says:

    FEMINISM SUCKS

  89. DV says:

    Logarithms are fun you dumbass.

  90. Colin Silver says:

    Someone got me the fidget spinner; I lost it, and went bank to twiddling my pen.

  91. Andrea Campbell says:

    I'm a teacher and it a total distraction in class. Sorry!

  92. Finn Eire says:

    Better than stabbing your neighbours with your compass

  93. Manni A says:

    Fidget spinners are cancer

  94. Hello World: with Miyah says:

    I just bought one and I enjoy i

  95. Jerry Chia Keat Lie says:

    saya mau satu finger spinner itu.

  96. Adam Willis says:

    BREAKING NEWS: Kim Horcher can get it. Damn.

  97. SubscribeOrDie1,000,000 says:

    Bottom line, itโ€™s a toy. And they shouldnโ€™t be allowed in class. I remember my teachers and fellow classmates asking me to stop clicking my pen in high school because they found it distracting. And I always obliged.

  98. Princess Ameerah World says:

    I love fidget spinners and I have only 1, but I have so much fun! Thank you for the video

  99. Allison Castle says:

    This reminds me of a 60 year old finding the dabbing move like a year after it came out

  100. Lil koolaid7179 says:

    I still use mine

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