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@ThelastDJ1976 Yıl önce
I feel like we're watching someone's dream animated before our eyes. Complex but meaningless, simple but profound, strangely weird but oddly comforting.
@StuffandThings_ Yıl önce
I feel like Bill Wurtz just daydreams and writes it all down as a video script sometimes
@nivilom86 Yıl önce
You perfectly described it, thanks
@ChuckSploder Yıl önce
@logicplague2077 Yıl önce
You're a Boltzmann Brain, floating in space long after the stars have all burned out, and this is your dream.
@Fremonth Yıl önce
It's his conscious mind being ramified
@ThyToast Yıl önce
if there was an hour of this i would watch the whole thing with no breaks
@LasagnaLamp Yıl önce
As would I
@KamonParanormal 11 aylar önce
*Shall we amount to something!*
@adrianna._1246 11 aylar önce
@Hitherehehemoonie 11 aylar önce
@bumbummm9852 11 aylar önce
Me 5
@icantdraw3781 6 aylar önce
Unironically these two have so much chemistry that goes beyond random absurdist dialogue that makes it genuinely interesting to watch, like I would actually love it if these two became reoccuring characters
@musicman6555 4 aylar önce
atom "icantdraw3781" eve jumpscare
@icantdraw3781 4 aylar önce
@@musicman6555 dear lord I have been recognized I must abandon this account why have you done this to me
@ASLUHLUHCE 2 aylar önce
'absurdist dialogue'
@paris-1911 Aylar önce
@@ASLUHLUHCE it is pretty absurd
@gabrielspeed656 11 aylar önce
A lot of people talk about this being AI but to me this is one of the most oddly beautiful and human things I’ve seen
@virabotava 5 aylar önce
I could not of said it better myself. These like 2 random people that always talk about stuff and do random unpredictable things with unpredictable dialogue like “do you want dessert” “no” “no” “ok thanks for keeping me informed” *falls through floor* You know what I mean? It’s like unpredictable yet predictable almost, like weird transitions and random concepts like them watching cars do avoidance wars or something. You know??
@pastrylol 4 aylar önce
*the design is very human*
@oliverrauh987 25 gün önce
I mean it really is, its just very deep and unjudged human thinking.
@bewarebear22 Yıl önce
I'll never get tired of how Bill can invoke happiness and existential dread in me at the same time.
@fightme5543 9 aylar önce
@user-qf5uj1bm8d 5 aylar önce
@terriljones3037 4 aylar önce
Which unfortunately cancels out
@WyattTheExistor 3 aylar önce
@@terriljones3037and so it means nothing
@orionhunter5702 3 aylar önce
no, existential happiness
@dhararry7929 5 aylar önce
"Everybody here seems pretty driven." "That's just a sign of the times." This guy... is a genius.
@secretsaresafe9399 2 aylar önce
Can you explain?
@Syncopia Aylar önce
We never thought otherwise!
There’s something so uncanny about these conversations. It’s like an AI approximation of human dialogue. It flows conversationally perfectly, yet says nothing. I’m choosing to call it liminal dialogue. It’s mesmerising and eerie and beautiful and freaky all at once, yet none at any point.
The back-sounds time
@lemonbeef1302 Yıl önce
Liminal is not the correct word. Liminal means transitional. “Uncanny” might be a better descriptor
@@lemonbeef1302 uncanny is for look though
@whyamihere5835 Yıl önce
@@connorcornwall1404 no it’s not. Yes, uncanny valley but uncanny isn’t just for looks
@AlecsCapuano Yıl önce
Liminal dialogue is a wonderfully fitting term and I'm going to use it for the rest of my life, thanks!
@jacklandismusic Yıl önce
Everyone's talking about how this sounds like an AI conversation or whatever, but it's just absurdism. And that's no shade to Bill, absurdism is a hard genre to write in, and this was incredibly well done. Not to mention the quality and style of the animation. And the setting reminded me of my home town in New Jersey--that strip mall looks uncannily like one five minutes from my house.
@Dane___ Yıl önce
new jersey strip malls are all uncanny
@iguana51 Yıl önce
It's absurdism wrapped in a breeze of existentialism. It's my favourite writing style, it's so underdone, and done well even less This is actually perfect
he did say that the location is based on a real place
@magnumdorkus4222 11 aylar önce
Absurdism is my favourite style of writing and it's so hard to find it anywhere because it's hard to do well. Love that he incorporates it in his work.
@wolfiemuse 11 aylar önce
@@ballsboingboingboing where did he say that
“These place--this has gotta be fictional.” “No it’s real” “Is there anyway to try to test that?” “Try and make something better.” The penultimate moral of the story. Amazing
@ommit 5 aylar önce
More like the preantepenultimate moral. There was a lot in there.
@cobaltbluesky2276 4 aylar önce
Something about this is so calming. The lack of other people, just these two; the way even when everyone else is coming back or going away, they remain where they are, making conversation in calm voices. Just something about it.
@macaronandcheese1811 2 aylar önce
"calm voices" S H A L L W E A M O U N T T O S O M E T H I N G ? ! ? !
@Likeaboss916 Yıl önce
bill’s voice is so soothing idk how to describe it, it’s just really pleasant to listen to
@elijahsmall5873 Yıl önce
I agree with you. It's really comforting to listen to. 😊
@chasecarter4611 Yıl önce
He sounds like Derek Shepherd
@sshernandez810 11 aylar önce
@@chasecarter4611 Thanks. Now I'll never be able to watch any of his videos without thinking of McDreamy.
@onkelpappkov2666 11 aylar önce
Try to improve it. You can't; it's perfect.
@lukttk 9 aylar önce
I can feel bill's voice coming inside of me
@Roosterw02 11 aylar önce
First time I watched this I was going through some bad times. It felt super deep and meaningful. After working to improve it now just feels like stupid jiberish. It crazy how your emotions change your understanding
@sunnytwo6152 5 aylar önce
its deep and meaningful stupid jibberish. my favorite, personally
@axl256gamesx7 4 aylar önce
It is jiberish But is deep and meaningful Is just R E A L I T Y
@lavetissene339 3 aylar önce
This video felt way longer than 3 minutes, it's intentionally incomprehensible
@august6760 3 aylar önce
@gud_animation Aylar önce
@lennyternil336 Yıl önce
I genuinely do not know what is happening in these animations but I’m very happy that Bill is making them
@duck7194 Yıl önce
It’s the uhhhhh The uhh the the uhhh
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
Honestly same
@@JmKrokY Yeah
@@JmKrokY Honestly yeah
@zachrichard7039 Yıl önce
Unquestionably one of Bill's fever dreams that he metamorphized into an animation
@dabearguy6234 11 aylar önce
yeah def
@Bigbaymonstermare 6 aylar önce
I said that it was a fever dream when I watched the Mt St Helen’s video. Fever dream is a perfect analogy
@thecianinator 3 aylar önce
Or he just watched Waiting For Godot
Bill wurtz's videos are a great representation of what happens in the back of my head at all times, for no particular reason.
@aydensmallvill 8 aylar önce
never have i ever seen a more well constructed animation with possibly, the best character dialog in the history of youtube. i could watch this for hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, and even centuries. i will not be able to survive as long as i would like to continue my learning about how everything is perfect, but once i find out how to go up, everything will make sense.
@pez.3117 Yıl önce
This feels like a conversation between two gods who have just come into being
@user-db2oo6wj2d 4 aylar önce
Unquestionably one of Bill's fever dreams that he metamorphized into an animation. This makes me feel a feeling i've never felt before.
@XLavenderSkiesX 4 aylar önce
So real
@noodlearg9745 Yıl önce
i love this surrealist style. like genuinely. it feels weirdly comforting
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
@kezottle Yıl önce
i think its comforting because even though everything is weird and surreal and you cant understand it, these 2 say and act like everything is fine which makes YOU think everything is fine
@9nikolai Yıl önce
Reminds me of Adventure Time in a way
it's comforting to me because it makes me feel like nothing really matters
@liyuan492 Yıl önce
Reminds me of middle school conversations trying to be deep
This man can really make anything, from songs to stories
@lunarixis1203 2 aylar önce
This is akin to a rough wake up call that I can relate to. Back during the pandemic, everything was so quiet, as the more outgoing people were forced to stay inside. For them, it must have felt like the world was on pause. I was unaffected only because my entire life revolves around the computer. From school to work to hobbies to my "social" life. Three years passed, it's 2023, the world's moving again, people are once again going out, driven, going places, getting shit done. Except me. I'm still the same or slightly worse off. And I can't imagine this stagnation is healthy. Perhaps I, too, should amount to something. But how do you go up when you never learnt how to? Can you still do so? Wish I could've done so earlier, but alas.
@sophiexavier 11 aylar önce
this is like if sobriety was a drug and i can't explain it better than that
@flickcentergaming680 5 aylar önce
Why does that make sense?
@chedder3390 5 aylar önce
If you watch this high like I did then you can understand the plot
@iBoss818 Yıl önce
This man is literally making his dreams come true
@coletcyre 11 aylar önce
This is literally how my brain works when no one is talking to me and I am just watching everything around me.
@CGYT_Gaming Yıl önce
Bill wurtz’s ability to make everything out of nothing is amazing
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
@dogemon5393 Yıl önce
You haven’t even watched the dang video
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
@@dogemon5393 So what?
@ashleyredsheep Yıl önce
well, it cancels out doesn't it?
The video makes sense but at the same time makes absolutely no sense It’s perfect
@EnzoElite 6 aylar önce
This man is a creative genius and we are so blessed to be alive at the same time as he is. Everything is indeed perfect.
@lucramichiamo 2 aylar önce
This... is probably an (almost) perfect representation of how my dreams work. Absolute nonsensical dialogues, wacky stuff. I think this is actually perfect.
@NickNoted 7 aylar önce
I'm always amazed by how much diligent effort goes behind the actualisation of these feverish rambles.
@woodster605 Yıl önce
‘Sit on a sign, feeling fine. That’s my motto’ ‘My motto is different from that’ ‘I understand’ ‘SHALL WE AMOUNT TO SOMETHING?!’ 😂😂
@sprout_brain 5 aylar önce
I like the place where bill wurtz's videos bring me. It's a good balance of chaos and meaniglessness and peace with so much depth that it can give everything meaning again. It reminds me of the nonsencesical conversations i used to have with my best friends in middle school. Thank you Bill Wurtz for the comfort that i can't find anywhere else but here! keep doing what you do
@gcook725 Yıl önce
This has "two AI chatbots talking to each other" vibes and I love it. Just the perfect mix of nonsense and sense
@iamwoke322 Yıl önce
Average conversation on Discord
@savvivixen8490 Yıl önce
I had the exact same thought. The only reason I knew it was a person was because of Bill's signature tone and cadence, and je ne se quoi of the conversation flow that makes my brain deduce, "some human weirdo wrote this nonsense..." It's great!
@Zero.0ne. Yıl önce
I love the part about the ai cars knowing everything, so they feel nothing.
@MadaxeMunkeee Yıl önce
It’s funny because it has the vibe but it also feels very human
@LWmusik Yıl önce
idunno, it feels more like a tinder date to me
@LukeMan2015 11 aylar önce
This has quickly become one of my favorite and most re-watched videos on TRvid
@SafeHavenML 6 aylar önce
Honestly these two seem like very easy people to be friends with, they're so chill and easygoing
@MoosemeIon 2 aylar önce
Can we get like an hour long version of this, this is weirdly interesting
@nocontext-qk9op 2 aylar önce
jokes aside, this is actually a very accurate representation of me and my mind having a conversation about how everything sucks and just slowly starting to develop actual opinions
@Gacha_ash142 8 aylar önce
What's weird is that they aren't really feeling emotion but they are, see how their faces don't move that much, they do talk but their mouths don't smile or frown, their eyes don't blink, and their eyebrows don't move, but yet... They sound like they have emotion, they have minds, they don't sound like emotionless robots despite the fact they look like that, they gave personalities, a short can be a show, a show can be a movie, a movie can be movies, all without character without face emotions but voice emotions. It could be popular, the way bill makes these are interesting.
@Gacha_ash142 4 aylar önce
And also. This tiny animation feels like an adventure, I love these people because they stir up a conversation and never stop. True friendship.
They seem very confident in one another, as if anything the other says they will accept without question, but in a way that makes both of them seem very aware and trustworthy. I enjoy watching them interact.
I'm excited about that
@xatnu Yıl önce
Kinda like Joel Haver but the opposite
@samkniffen4760 Yıl önce
Now I'm curious how Bill would handle writing 2 characters that distrust each other
@DrakiniteOfficial 6 aylar önce
I like to imagine Bill either took like 20 minutes writing the script and went "Ok this is perfect and I don't care about changing it", or spent 20 hours adjusting every detail until it was just right. With no in-between.
@Min0rSet 4 aylar önce
Every time i watch Bill's video i be like "what the fuck". It NEVER fails to surprise me. Please never stop
@Lil-Pony 7 aylar önce
These are late night conversations with yourself or another person. Very wholesome some how.
@PrimYuvia 3 aylar önce
I really need more videos and experiences like these. It’s like an uncanny, yet comfortable form of dissociation. A temporary distraction that isn’t either good or bad. The feeling of numbness, yet feeling like your safe.
this is how I want my art to be... although writing, by itself, cannot quite hold the same absurdity that a video can. I think it's because you can so easily unintentionally pause your reading, whereas pausing a video feels more final
@Dudeman23rd Yıl önce
Despite how wacky everything that happens in these videos is, I am flabbergasted how natural the conversations are. You barely even process the fact that it's just Bill talking to himself, it feels like two genuinely good friends vibing to each other's wavelengths and taking life as it comes, together. I am...I'm just in awe of how good this is.
@theunusualyoshi Yıl önce
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@Stick_and_stone Yıl önce
They're not very natural
@elise_e Yıl önce
@150booyadragon Yıl önce
@@Stick_and_stone They're extremely natural, just not your natural.
@GWPetersFilm Yıl önce
This was beautiful. So much chemistry between these characters
@bipbapboop1140 5 aylar önce
I love how these scenes are like poetry. There is very little tangible information but there are so many feelings. I love how they are structured as conversations between friends, because debating what "down the road" is or if the cars are coming or going is something I could see myself doing with my buds. And then there are also just little vibes like "I've never learned to go up" that just hit sort of different. I love Bill Wurtz, man, I've never seen anyone with talent like his
@Kori-nya-music 6 aylar önce
I love these so much. Please never stop making them please.
@DeadPerfection 4 aylar önce
That "predict the past" thing actually makes sense and that amazes me.
@dat_fast_boi 9 aylar önce
3:22 lore update; look at the sign on the right that only appears for a few moments - this town probably has a HOA called Perfect Community - you can't park from 2-5 AM, or when there's 10' snowfall that hasn't been cleared - you can only think or contemplate from 8am to noon or 7pm to 9pm, and not on Sundays, thus the video is likely set within those limits as our protagonists are both thinking and contemplating are these just random details that Bill didn't put on that sign for any particular reason? yes. do you care anyway? probably. edit: at 3:37, you can see that the town is called Perfect Heights on a pillar sign thingy. interesting.
@ian16298 3 aylar önce
The setting is based off a real place in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
@lummonez Yıl önce
this is a kind of dialogue you have when you’ve been walking with a friend for hours and already exhausted af but no one wants to leave because you’re having such a great time
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@bigfish5544 Yıl önce
who's Karina
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@ell093 Yıl önce
@@RaTcHeT302 What
@emmeretslay 8 gün önce
this feels like the balance between infinity and something so miniscule to the point where it borders on the precipice of nothing and i love it so damn much. this makes me :)
@zinx360 Yıl önce
This just became my comfort video. I have no real reason why, but it is very soothing to my brain.
@tgypoi 5 aylar önce
This is zen on another level. I've watched it I've and I've again but i still feel like I'm missing something.
@SentientClaymore 3 aylar önce
This man is just everything we’ve thought of but didn’t really think of.
@billwurtzunarchived 9 aylar önce
I love how all the numberplates on the cars have a pixelation effect on them.
@drakehatch9171 Yıl önce
This is a masterpiece. The art of making something out of nothing that turns your brain off while also requiring your full attention. That is what this is made of.
Are you bill Wurtz alt?
@andre_in_vhs Yıl önce
damn youre right its kinda scary also somehow to think of this things
@monki2945 Yıl önce
That back and forth about predicting the past was a very poignant way of describing presence and mindfulness
@drakehatch9171 Yıl önce
@@monki2945 we got Confusious over here.
@Stick_and_stone Yıl önce
Not a masterpiece
@Existing972 Yıl önce
I personally really enjoyed this video for some reason I love how quick the conversation is, it keeps me intrigued
@korb.on.the.kob_ 5 aylar önce
I absolutely love things like this. They give off such a vibe
@RealSamulation 4 aylar önce
I want this... but for hours. I finally found something that keeps my broken mind active... but not for long enough
@analogshell1869 4 aylar önce
Theres something comforting about how stream of consciousness these videos are
@aspenanimates3644 11 aylar önce
This gives me nostalgia to going to get groceries with my mom in St. George. Nothing else has really been able to do that before. Good job Bill!
@TheDreRock Yıl önce
“Everyone around here seems pretty driven … 5 minutes ago no one was going anywhere…now that’s changed . . But we’re still here,” hit me hard
@macho_mayo Yıl önce
my life story
@Glitchmaster331 4 aylar önce
"Sounds like you need a way to predict the past. Find out how to predict when the current moment is gonna be the past, and then check up on certain details because you know you won't be able to access them anymore." Wow. This feels really profound to me. This is something I need. A way to predict the past. Thanks, Mr. Wurtz, for forever changing the way I think about the present/most recent past.
@grahambaldwin5215 8 aylar önce
That was the most relaxing sensory overload I've ever had.....
@leont6813 11 aylar önce
I feel like talking to Bill must feel like a fever dream.
Such familar yet foreign existential ramblings, it's comforting to know that you're not alone
@christoz77 3 aylar önce
This ks genius , such a calming voice
@paperdave Yıl önce
i'll never get over bill's ability to fill the scene with really small details like the different stores and labels on everything. the "standwich" shop. such an inspiration
@yellowmarkers Yıl önce
Doorstop Realty
@matherqw6890 Yıl önce
personally i loved the "yell-o phone"
@aaximYT Yıl önce
This must be the work of an enemy stand-wich
@Hello-gk7he Yıl önce
welcome to perfect heights
@brandontarwater484 4 aylar önce
I love the randomness it’s super fun to watch the unpredictability in them
@JellBell_Blu 11 aylar önce
I can't believe this managed to hold my attention for the entire duration and when it was over i felt like I just started watching a few second ago
@aidynanderson1249 11 aylar önce
Dude I dunno how, but this is exactly what a hypomanic internal monologue is like
@beckysloan2414 10 aylar önce
Yeah I'm bipolar and this exactly what it sounds like when I'm manic
@Major003 Yıl önce
This feels like an intensely "deep", ADD-fueled mental conversation I would have with myself while waiting for a ride at a strip mall parking lot as a kid. Mundane-made-oddball things that I should NOT be laughing at, yet do.
@Whathefox. 11 aylar önce
The fact that I can understand this but not at all is a piece of art in of itself.
@BuiHieuDong Yıl önce
I like how Bill's voice is such soothing and calming, it also perfectly fits in these kind of surreal and quality videos.
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@clothcanopy Yıl önce
why do you comment on every video i watch part 3
@lolaurabc 11 aylar önce
I feel like this is what poems would be like in 2000 years from now. It feels like a poem..
@QK0709 11 aylar önce
It is 1:22 AM for me and I'm currently staying awake watching this on repeat instead of sleeping evidently :)
@yuraskin5591 7 aylar önce
I would love to see more series with these two
@HowSome37 7 aylar önce
It's so weird that these things make me emotional, like I understand them when my life is harder, like they're not just nonsense...
@davideparrino4774 3 aylar önce
You'll be sure to have found the love of your life when you both start a conversation like this without sounding crazy to each other
@Ishfwilf Yıl önce
These videos always feel like the best fever dream I've ever had
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
I think It's intentional
@JmKrokY Yıl önce
It's by design
@Macro105 Yıl önce
You need the ability to predict when will be the past, to be able ro remember the important moments and to be able to learn from them. Profound as fuck
@hopewhyte9032 5 aylar önce
Pls make more of these two. I need a series. Please
@binnacle3842 8 aylar önce
It would sound really flattering but this reflects modern art perfectly. This and the "2 friends on the beach" or just bill wurtz channel reflects the modern art culture. It's like unique and attractive
@christinschn 11 aylar önce
this just scratched my brain in a very weird but oddly good way
@smithpoq 5 aylar önce
How did you manage to turn a dream sequence into reality so accurately?
@Henry_overnight Yıl önce
This makes me feel a feeling i've never felt before
@wyndle9228 11 aylar önce
@RNGclips_ 11 aylar önce
@lazyrock2623 10 aylar önce
How can you feel a feeling? It feels like an inception of feeling... I feel like.
@samwright6853 10 aylar önce
🎵there it is again, that funny feeling🎵
@PotionsmasterDyne 10 aylar önce
I felt it before but I don't remember where it is.
This guy is genius, in a strange way.
@grankmisguided 4 aylar önce
"My motto is different than that.I understand that" is truly excellent
@Calicido Aylar önce
This literally looks like something that would be played in a contemporary art museum
@bluetoyguy2022 2 aylar önce
this feels like the same nature as dreams, so chaotic and random yet so slow and emotionless
@mariarosariaaloisio 10 aylar önce
I don't know why but I found this little story strangely relaxing, make you feel like when you were a child and ya didn't know what to talk abouth with someone.
@mintea5398 Yıl önce
These videos feel like a dream you swear you had but the more you try to remember it the more you don't
@lina5110 Yıl önce
this is so relatable. It feels like those dreams that are realistic enough to not make you wonder if it's a dream but so borderline unrealistic that you know it's a dream even in your sleep
@JBRedux Yıl önce
That's actually just how memory works. Every time we "play back" a memory in our mind, we unintentionally alter it slightly, and that version sticks. I'm no expert on this but it's probably more evident with dreams since they don't conform to what we expect from the real world, anyways.
@user-ij5ul7pi7o 9 aylar önce
i find this incredibly comforting to watch. not unsettling or anything like that, just cozy
@Ballastic_Edits 5 aylar önce
just two best friends having an totally normal conversation about what should they do together
@keanumemes9110 8 aylar önce
This feels like one of those dreams you have, and when you wake up you think, “what the hell was that?”
@DavieMelderfilms 11 aylar önce
This was absolutely incredible. Never stop creating
@cookieepasel2406 10 aylar önce
@SpruceParsley80 Yıl önce
Bill legitimately sounds like an audio book narrator. He is also really skilled in 3d animation and music.
@_glowstickeater Yıl önce
tim from brainpop,,,,
@SpruceParsley80 Yıl önce
@@_glowstickeater facts
This is the 5th time in the past 2 days ive watched this video and every time it soothes me
@abcengenir3309 11 aylar önce
i love the dialogue, i could listen to the two bill wurtz characters talk for hours on end
@pyrrol9389 7 aylar önce
Tell me why this mans voice is so soothing. Its just so satisfying hearing him talk
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