No way parseltongue is actually a language… script probably said “make snake noises”

A little over the top and exaggerated, but still good to think about.

Why the HECK.

I wonder. Does NOT following this order leave people with uneasy feelings? I watched the first Evangelion series (spoilers ahead) and the entire next day I felt angry and confused for seemingly no reason. Closer to the end of the day i began to realise it was because i was tossing the idea the the world had ended and the main character murdered the only other person left for no real reason, leaving all of the efforts and character development prior to the end worthless.

Too many mongo


This is too much 4 me O_o

Harry Potter

Thank you so much, teacher! I always expect your new video constantly!


Ex boyfriend? Dang that guy is missing out cuz ur amazing


Well done!

Please correct me if I am wrong:

That shot with the doll limbs…

Brasil está ouvindo Beethoven?

You can’t give Eminem all the credit as a team of 7 writers wrote the lyrics for lose yourself

Interviewer to the guy who devised the concepts fundamental to all programming languages: ‘I’m a software engineer and I have nothing to do with linguistics.’ – Does not compute… brrrzzzl

“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.“ – Club of Rome, premier environmental think-tank, consultants to the United Nations. “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the

Eight minutes in, you circle Wales and Cornwall – Cornwall didn’t lose their language (actually a dialect of the Breton language spoken in northern France) until the 18th century, and Welsh is still spoken by a huge percentage of the population of Wales and nearby parts of England today. There’s evidence that Cumbric, a dialect of Old Welsh (Cymraeg) was spoken in northern England (Cumbria, Northumbria) until the 14th Century. They’re all Brythonic languages, like Old Brittonic which was spoken in England before it was replaced by the Germanic language, Old English. Ireland at that time spoke Old (or Middle) Irish, a Goidelic language, and the Hebrides and Mann were probably already Old Irish-speaking at that time (whether they had yet become the distinct dialects/languages they are today I don’t know). The rest of Scotland, with the exception of the Orkneys, which were part of Scandinavia and Norse-speaking at that point, spoke Pictish – a Celtic language like the Brythonic and Goidelic languages, no-one really knows anything about it. The best guess is that it was probably a Brythonic language, though. The Picts were converted to Christianity and culturally assimilated into the Irish-speaking Goidelic culture sometime between 600 and 1000 AD.

You helped me a lot, thanks

Thank you for this

Hey CrashCure when will you put up the next video? Just wanted to know because you did post it last week, and why did you not post anything last week?

Amazing Video Ollie Bye! Fantastic information and, in contrast to almost every other video or map I’ve seen about this topic in particular, extremely well researched and as accurate as can be! You even included the oft-forgotten Cimmerians :’) Keep up the great work!


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