I Bought The First 10 Things Amazon Suggested To Me!

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  • Thumper J
    Thumper J  13 minutes back

    2weeks have you tried amazon prime 2 day shipping lol

    • jake lane
      jake lane  5 hours back

      Each of you think of what you want from Amazon, then buy one and see how long it takes to get to the other buying the suggested

      • Avery Bates
        Avery Bates  5 hours back

        Mathias your the worst person alive

        • kelvin kock
          kelvin kock  9 hours back

          the karambit is an knock off from the crkt provoke the real one costs around 200 dollars

          • Brett Rigby
            Brett Rigby  10 hours back

            the scooter probably goes faster when its got a child on it xD

            • Chemon Charles
              Chemon Charles  12 hours back

              I love how they think incognito doesn't know anything about them.

              • Ziv Grinfeld
                Ziv Grinfeld  12 hours back

                I think that karambits are used for gutting stuffs

                • Logan Byrne
                  Logan Byrne  24 hours back

                  Those gold shoes would have made awesome with the IMan helmet in the background. We sell these each day with the 2 prong adapter. Forman mills, Philadelphia. And no cutting involved.

                  • Logan Byrne
                    Logan Byrne  24 hours back

                    Here in other states, pushing the pin and extending the knife is a way around switch blades. i want one.

                    • Logan Byrne
                      Logan Byrne  24 hours back

                      Matthias, what would a person need to do to work in your studio? I am East coast, but you videos and spin off are awesome.

                      • Ryan Nitz
                        Ryan Nitz  1 days back

                        Incognito will keep session cookies and data for each individual browsing session. You have to clear them or open a new session to eliminate all recommendation bias. (Provided you don't sign in until checkout)

                        • Tecqnize
                          Tecqnize  1 days back

                          I Bought The First 10 Things Amazon Suggested To Me! (buys items from hes own browsing history) wait a second, that not how this works.

                          • DemonRat71
                            DemonRat71  1 days back

                            all knives scare you. you just lost your man card by saying that.

                            • Eddie Mack
                              Eddie Mack  1 days back

                              Literally I like was literally watching this video literally and literally like these guys just like literally shocked me and I'm just literally like actually literally omg did they seriously buy literally random stuff off Amazon? That is literally like the most epic, literally, thing like in the world! I'm just like omg. Literally like who literally does this literal stuff? Literally literal illiterates literally illustrate literally idiocy like literally...

                              • Meyszorr
                                Meyszorr  1 days back

                                the karambit was made for hunters to carve and skin animals.but idiotos spun it thought it was mlg 100👌

                                • Oscar Villanueva
                                  Oscar Villanueva  2 days back

                                  No gang affiliated color he graves yellow

                                  • StansStuff
                                    StansStuff  2 days back

                                    * Buys two kids' toys*

                                    Nobody:

                                    Amazon: Hey you wanna buy some *knives* ??

                                    • Hugo Cinco
                                      Hugo Cinco  2 days back

                                      Index finger goes in the hole, thumb down to deploy blade, blade faces downward and out, punching style karambit use, for self defense.

                                      • Dilan Rajapaksha
                                        Dilan Rajapaksha  2 days back

                                        Karambit
                                        From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


                                        The karambit is believed to have originally been weaponized among the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra[2] where, according to folklore, it was inspired by the claws of tiger. As with most weapons of the region, it was originally an agricultural implement designed to rake roots, gather threshing and plant rice in most of island Southeast Asia. It's a smaller variant of the Southeast Asian sickles (Filipino panabas or karit; Indonesian celurit, arit, or sabit; and Malaysian sabit). As it was weaponised, the blade became more curved to maximise cutting potential. Through Indonesia's trade network and close contact with neighbouring countries, the karambit was eventually dispersed through what are now Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines.[3][4]

                                        Culturally the karambit was a subject of condescension in Java because of its history as a weapon of the agrarian peasantry, as opposed to the kesatria (warrior class) who were trained in the keraton or royal palace. European accounts tell that soldiers in Indonesia were armed with a kris at their waist or back and a spear in their hands, while the karambit was used as a last resort when the fighter's other weapons were lost in battle. Nevertheless, it was popular among women who would tie the weapon into their hair to be used in self-defense.[citation needed]. The renowned Bugis warriors of Sulawesi were famous for their embrace of the karambit. Today it is one of the main weapons of silat and is commonly used in Filipino martial arts as well.[5]

                                        Superficially the karambit resembles the jambiyah but there is no connection. The jambiyah was always designed as a weapon and serves as a status marker, often made by skilled artisans and jewelers using precious stones and metals, whereas the karambit was and still remains an unadorned, modest farmer's implement and useful utility knife.[5]



                                        A modern karambit, held in a hammer grip (left) and the other held traditionally (right).
                                        The karambit is held with the blade pointing downward from the bottom of the fist, usually curving forwards however occasionally backwards. While it is primarily used in a slashing or hooking motion, karambit with a finger ring are also used in a punching motion hitting the opponent with the finger ring. Some karambit are designed to be used in a hammering motion. This flexibility of striking methods is what makes it useful in self-defense situations. The finger guard makes it difficult to disarm and allows the knife to be maneuvered in the fingers without losing one's grip.[5]

                                        The short Filipino karambit has found some favor in the West because such proponents allege the biomechanics of the weapon allow for more powerful cutting strokes and painful "ripping" wounds, and because its usability is hypothesized as more intuitive, though there continues to be debate about this matter.

                                        The technique of the karambit is also heavily focused on striking the weak points of the human body, such as the muscles from the knee and elbow. This is a very effective technique because of the curved blade. Because of this, the karambit is considered to be one of the deadliest melee weapons.[5]

                                        Variations
                                        Knife (Korambi) with Sheath MET 36.25.823ab 002june2014.jpg Knife (Korambi) with Sheath MET 36.25.869ab 005july2014.jpg
                                        Knife (Korambi) with Sheath MET 36.25.873ab 002july2014.jpg
                                        An 18th-19th century Malayan style Kerambit (left), an 18th-19th century Sulawesi style Kerambit (top) and a 16th-19th century Sumatran style Kerambit (bottom).
                                        There are many regional variants of karambit. The length of the blade, for example, could vary from one village or blacksmith to another. Some have no finger guard and some feature two blades, one on each side of the handle. Traditional types include:


                                        Modern forms
                                        The modern Western interpretation of the karambit is far removed from the original agricultural tool. They may have folding blades, are finished to a high standard, made from expensive materials as opposed to being rudimentary and makeshift and are generally larger to accommodate larger hands.[7]

                                        The West has recently found the karambit to be useful for self-defense, prepping and survival because, by design, they are difficult for an opponent to dislodge from the hand and this provides a combative advantage. Western versions also include one or more safety rings. Preppers also use the karambit for backpacking, camping, fishing, farming, gardening and hunting. Most of those produced in the West for use as weapons are based on the small Filipino variety, which features a short blade and index finger ring. Both fixed blade (generally double-edged) and folding (generally single-edged) karambit are produced in mass production knife factories and also by custom bladesmiths. A very similar weapon (possibly developed without connection to the Eastern variant) is found on the horn of Africa (mainly Ethiopia) where it is used for protection from hyenas together with the traditional Ethiopian stick (dulla). It is called mintcha in amharic and is seen both with and without a finger ring. It has a thicker blade neck than traditional karambits (about a centimeter thick) and is today most often made out of rebar, if still found on the market.[8]

                                        • Draven Ross
                                          Draven Ross  2 days back

                                          17:48 been playing borderlands 2, now I'm just wondering if Matthias has.

                                          • Cobb Butterscorn
                                            Cobb Butterscorn  2 days back

                                            "Open up incognito, so it doesn't know anything about us"


                                            ...lol

                                            • roxas1
                                              roxas1  2 days back

                                              EDC stands for everyday Cary and a caranbit is a self defense knife

                                              • Itsuki Takeuchi
                                                Itsuki Takeuchi  2 days back

                                                the thanos sword video he was talking about was from shadiversity

                                                • ak47 ak47
                                                  ak47 ak47  2 days back

                                                  I wish he would make a video of burning the bad products

                                                  • IT
                                                    IT  2 days back

                                                    999 or 0.999 is how they measure the purity of gold. 999 or .999 would be 24k gold. The purest you can get gold at.

                                                    • IT
                                                      IT  2 days back

                                                      Latin kings wears yellow! hahaha.

                                                      • IT
                                                        IT  2 days back

                                                        But you still have cookies in your browser, incognito mode just does not save new browser history. Also, you still have a history on your Amazon account when you log on to their servers.

                                                        • IT
                                                          IT  2 days back

                                                          Did you just say it has wifi? So you can connect this to your local network or get on the internet? :D lol I know you misspoken!

                                                          • Benjamin Nolan
                                                            Benjamin Nolan  2 days back

                                                            Connor really does look like Duke Nukem. xD


                                                            Also, nice tat, Nutsboi! ^^

                                                            • Clay White
                                                              Clay White  2 days back

                                                              amazon should remove these guys from their algorithms and just suggest crazy expensive stuff

                                                              • Black Limeade
                                                                Black Limeade  3 days back

                                                                “Theres gotta be a reason it has this hook on it”

                                                                Its a fighting knife...

                                                                • Peter Dinklage
                                                                  Peter Dinklage  3 days back

                                                                  He was holding the knife wrong. His index finger goes in the hole and then you palm the knife

                                                                  • James
                                                                    James  3 days back

                                                                    Funny thing is most those bandana colours have a gang attached to them i just cant remember which one is what

                                                                    • Ok_Atlas
                                                                      Ok_Atlas  3 days back

                                                                      Love his videos. But it was so cringey to watch him hold the karambit wrong

                                                                      • jvis89
                                                                        jvis89  3 days back

                                                                        That knife is used to insert into the back of the neck and slide upward into the brain stem.

                                                                        • Aiden Humes
                                                                          Aiden Humes  3 days back

                                                                          i see those mtg poster

                                                                          • Tech NO City
                                                                            Tech NO City  3 days back

                                                                            The random bass drop caused my speaker to blow then shortly after my nose started to bleed.

                                                                            • Zendikari Sparkmage
                                                                              Zendikari Sparkmage  3 days back

                                                                              Nice MTG posters, dude.

                                                                              • Survivor
                                                                                Survivor  4 days back

                                                                                Im fairly certain karambits (i cant spell) are designed to have the curve and length to go straight throught the heart if hit in the right angle.
                                                                                And also *trickshots*... totally.

                                                                                • Tropical Panda
                                                                                  Tropical Panda  4 days back

                                                                                  the knife is used to gut fish easer

                                                                                  • cold nugget
                                                                                    cold nugget  4 days back

                                                                                    A video not 24:00

                                                                                    • Klank123
                                                                                      Klank123  4 days back

                                                                                      Aren't karambits supposed to cut the tendons of your oponent in a fight while also being stealthy and small? so the folding thing seems kinda smart. (csgo karambits are way too big compared to the orginal)

                                                                                      • Ghostar
                                                                                        Ghostar  4 days back

                                                                                        If you put a smoke grenade on the end of the board it will possibly set on fire

                                                                                        • Seth S.
                                                                                          Seth S.  4 days back

                                                                                          The karambit is believed to have originally been weaponized among the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra where, according to folklore, it was inspired by the claws of tiger. As with most weapons of the region, it was originally an agricultural implement designed to rake roots, gather threshing and plant rice in most of island Southeast Asia. It's a smaller variant of the Southeast Asian sickles (Filipino panabas or karit; Indonesian celurit, arit, or sabit; and Malaysian sabit). As it was weaponised, the blade became more curved to maximise cutting potential. Through Indonesia's trade network and close contact with neighbouring countries, the karambit was eventually dispersed through what are now Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines.
                                                                                          Culturally the karambit was a subject of condescension in Java because of its history as a weapon of the agrarian peasantry, as opposed to the kesatria (warrior class) who were trained in the keraton or royal palace. European accounts tell that soldiers in Indonesia were armed with a kris at their waist or back and a spear in their hands, while the karambit was used as a last resort when the fighter's other weapons were lost in battle. Nevertheless, it was popular among women who would tie the weapon into their hair to be used in self-defense.[citation needed]. The renowned Bugis warriors of Sulawesi were famous for their embrace of the karambit. Today it is one of the main weapons of silat and is commonly used in Filipino martial arts as well.
                                                                                          Superficially the karambit resembles the jambiyah but there is no connection. The jambiyah was always designed as a weapon and serves as a status marker, often made by skilled artisans and jewelers using precious stones and metals, whereas the karambit was and still remains an unadorned, modest farmer's implement and useful utility knife.
                                                                                          The karambit is believed to have originally been weaponized among the Minangkabau people of West Sumatrawhere, according to folklore, it was inspired by the claws of tiger. As with most weapons of the region, it was originally an agricultural implement designed to rake roots, gather threshing and plant rice in most of island Southeast Asia. It's a smaller variant of the Southeast Asian sickles (Filipino panabas or karit; Indonesian celurit, arit, or sabit; and Malaysian sabit). As it was weaponised, the blade became more curved to maximise cutting potential. Through Indonesia's trade network and close contact with neighbouring countries, the karambit was eventually dispersed through what are now Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines.
                                                                                          Culturally the karambit was a subject of condescension in Java because of its history as a weapon of the agrarian peasantry, as opposed to the kesatria (warrior class) who were trained in the keraton or royal palace. European accounts tell that soldiers in Indonesia were armed with a kris at their waist or back and a spear in their hands, while the karambit was used as a last resort when the fighter's other weapons were lost in battle. Nevertheless, it was popular among women who would tie the weapon into their hair to be used in self-defense.[citation needed]. The renowned Bugis warriors of Sulawesi were famous for their embrace of the karambit. Today it is one of the main weapons of silat and is commonly used in Filipino martial arts as well.
                                                                                          Superficially the karambit resembles the jambiyah but there is no connection. The jambiyah was always designed as a weapon and serves as a status marker, often made by skilled artisans and jewelers using precious stones and metals, whereas the karambit was and still remains an unadorned, modest farmer's implement and useful utility knife.

                                                                                          • Seth S.
                                                                                            Seth S.  3 days back

                                                                                            @King Hekizee lol , now i want a coconut grenade in dying light. There better be one in dying light 2

                                                                                          • King Hekizee
                                                                                            King Hekizee  3 days back

                                                                                            Seth S. or maybe it's just an explosive coconut

                                                                                        • Cruznallday Productions

                                                                                          "YEAH TRAVIS"!!!!

                                                                                          • Team FN
                                                                                            Team FN  4 days back

                                                                                            After this imma buy a moped

                                                                                            • grant Sanders
                                                                                              grant Sanders  4 days back

                                                                                              I feel like thanoses sword was designed like that to make his moves so cool

                                                                                            • The Devil
                                                                                              The Devil  4 days back

                                                                                              Edc every day carry not electric daisy carnival