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The BEST and FIRST and ONLY Amazon & Ebay's best fidget toy review ever by Markiplier the NO. 1 Fidget Toy Reviewer in America & BRvid & THE WORLD!!!
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0:00 - Hi.
7:35 - second toy
27:09 - PART III
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Claire F.
Claire F. Anos atrás
Mark, Ethan, and Sean all having ADHD makes so much sense. We roam in packs, like poorly emotionally regulated wolves.
Dusty_Daisy Anos atrás
I swear we definitely do, cause I was the first person diagnosed in my friend group and then everyone else started getting diagnosed 😅😅
Fevre_Dream Anos atrás
I work in emergency medicine, and I know far more nurses, emts, and emergency docs with ADHD than without. Some jobs are just MADE for people with ADHD.
SpicySnowman88 Anos atrás
It's a very common thing I have the kind where I can't force myself to focus on something I'm non interested in.
Jamils top left snake
Fr my bestie just got diagnosed wth ADD like 3 days after I started suspecting I had adhd (haven’t Gotten diagnosed yet m to dumb dumb to get my own doctor appointments)
Glhalo 5 meses atrás
Honestly, as someone with ADHD, the time that Mark just randomly started to play with the scissors and found them more entertaining than the actual products is probably the best example of how ADHD works someone could give😂
Alain Diego
Alain Diego 3 meses atrás
As someone with ADHD I can confirm this guys message with approval.
SCLooz 3 meses atrás
⁠@Noas another person with both attention deficient and hyperactivity I approve approve
brisingr2313 3 meses atrás
That and the bike pump lmao
InJesus Name
InJesus Name 2 meses atrás
Cats be like
Tobbiee 2 meses atrás
@SCLooz as another person with adhd i also approve
Rachel Baker
Rachel Baker 8 meses atrás
markiplier: i don’t get the urge to fidget markiplier: *fidgets with scissors for 52 seconds straight and gives them a high review*
xX VALLE Xx 6 meses atrás
enderian.ghostsman18 6 meses atrás
@xX VALLE Xxhi
xX VALLE Xx 6 meses atrás
@enderian.ghostsman18 heeyyy
enderian.ghostsman18 6 meses atrás
@xX VALLE Xx I seriously can’t remember why I said hi 💀? That was at like 4-5am and I haven’t had Any sleep 💀💀
Sparkgod 6 meses atrás
@enderian.ghostsman18 i have never related to a stranger on the internet more
Baron Rensten
Baron Rensten 3 meses atrás
Mark: probably spends around 100 dollars for this video Also mark: proceeds to play with scissors
rosstedfordkendall 6 meses atrás
Mark forgetting to record in 4K in a video about ADHD toys is like the most ADHD thing ever.
GardenGnome 5 meses atrás
It's called ADHD not AD4K
CheezyWiggles 5 meses atrás
Ad HD not ad 4k
GardenGnome 5 meses atrás
@CheezyWiggles yes thank you for parroting my joke
aguy 4 meses atrás
The last 3 replies have to be the stupidest argument I've ever read. "Woosh" "their was nothing to woosh about" "I don't care"
UnevenYT 3 meses atrás
@aguy tf r u on about?
Josie Blue
Josie Blue 4 meses atrás
hearing mark say “neurotypical weirdos” is so healing for my adhd autistic self
Louise Banks
Louise Banks Anos atrás
Mark thinking his audience is neurotypical is adorable
Sharkey Anos atrás
Ink'd up bag man
Ink'd up bag man Anos atrás
Celila's Art
Celila's Art Anos atrás
i thought the same 🤣🤣🤣
Equal Nest
Equal Nest Anos atrás
yeah I don't think any of us are neurotypical Edit: Yall can chill its a joke...
Goose Anos atrás
@Equal Nest except for Dylan from Ohio probably
You 6 meses atrás
Didn't think Markiplier himself would teach me ADHD management but here we are
Weirdo 2 meses atrás
Same lol
ConfusedPozole 2 meses atrás
And that’s actually some fucking dope advice, like I’ve thought of doing that before but I never tried it because I thought it was just soooo silly and a waste of time…but now I think I should try it and it could actually work
Eeveeon 21 dia atrás
He said to learn and keep up with ADHD Management Techniques, and I was like: THERE ARE TECHNIQUES?!
Moo Rooster
Moo Rooster 7 meses atrás
I said "that's a lot of plastic" out loud to myself and then markiplier said that exact phrase immediately after. makes me feel special.
marcie anderson
marcie anderson Mês atrás
The fact that he looked like a 4 year old seeing a pop it
ºnight themeº
ºnight themeº 16 dias atrás
Awesome Ashton
Awesome Ashton Mês atrás
I love how mark is literally our big brother, our best friend, and our fun uncle all at the same time.
Adeline Mair Lowery
Adeline Mair Lowery 7 meses atrás
the scissors, the one thing that wasn’t intended to be a fidget, being one of the best ones is so real
Angy 5 meses atrás
What hat?
Random Guy Post Anime Updates
Scissor is not a best toy xd a
Nonsensical_Mischeif 2 meses atrás
Oui oui, mon ami! Lol I'm not actually French(I don't think), but I agree. Scissors are a great fidget, if you ignore all the dangers
Srineeta 6 meses atrás
If Markiplier was my online teacher, I would wear headphones
CRT Anos atrás
The fact that scissors was the first one he liked perfectly sums up ADHD
JuicyJessie🧃 11 meses atrás
As someone with adhd that is VERY accurate
KM S 11 meses atrás
Scissors are genuinely some of the best things to fidget with, not safe *at all* but oh so satisfying
JuicyJessie🧃 11 meses atrás
@KM S frrrr
King Nedya
King Nedya 11 meses atrás
Yeah I have a pair of barber scissors and there have been so many times where I'll be talking to someone over the phone only to realize I'm fidgeting with them and force myself to put them down before I chop my fingers off...only to inevitably pick them back up a few minutes later.
Felix 11 meses atrás
I only like smoothe scissors with this silicone lining for grip that's so gentle to the skin when you cut a lot of stuff (fabric for sewing for example) Every other scissor- meh.
Jaden Musclow
Jaden Musclow 5 meses atrás
mark going from sincere to *welp anyways* is the definition of ADHD
avanotalive 5 meses atrás
Mark going from reviewing a 3D printed fidget toy to showing his 3D printing machine is so relatable
Glhalo 5 meses atrás
The amount of times that Mark just randomly changed topics while in the middle of a thought is probably the best example of how ADHD works in the brain ever. It’s also amazing that big creators like Mark are putting their mental challenges out there and not even caring. And he’s probably the best example of you don’t need to be mentally stable to be successful. ADHD gang for life!!
Maddie B.
Maddie B. Mês atrás
Having adhd doesn’t make you mentally unstable hahaha
ari cleveland  •  37 years ago
oml lmfao “mentally stable”
Spicy Rhino
Spicy Rhino 7 meses atrás
13:20 Mark's talk about breaking tasks down into smaller units is really helpful for anxiety too. I used get so overwhelmed with big, vague tasks on my to-do list that my mental response was to just not do ANYTHING because I felt like I wouldn't be able to accomplish everything I needed to, so why even try? I was burned out before I even started just from thinking about all the stuff I had to do in a short time. Now that I've gotten into making detailed lists with smaller tasks, it's a whole new ball game. My only regret is that it's something I learned to do by myself, through trial and error. I wish I'd learned to do this when I was younger, would have made school so much easier on my lil brain.
Ki Muirés
Ki Muirés 7 meses atrás
Great for a lot of things really.
MeltyMooncakes 6 meses atrás
even as a programmer, i find myself doing this heavily, especially with really complex functions or one-liners. i break them into tons of small lines to organize my thoughts and when im done i put them back into one piece
Lily XCIV 5 meses atrás
Sounds exactly like my experience with ADHD. Anxiety and ADHD are often comorbid.
Dream_Walker 5 meses atrás
I would unconsciously do this as a kid and I have been doing it since and I can agree that it helps *immensely* although I will say I don’t have a diagnosis for anything, there’s no way I’m not neurodivergent because of how much I have found in my research that matches into my life spot on.
Casen Kallman
Casen Kallman 5 meses atrás
First to comment
The SCP Foundation
The SCP Foundation 5 meses atrás
0:25 mark's jump into "this is the worst thing ever" was the most accurate ADHD representation i have ever seen
Strawberry Duchess
Strawberry Duchess Anos atrás
Mark jokingly using the scissors as a “fidget toy” only to then enjoy it is so relatable
River Anos atrás
Same thing with the bike pump
Lumi Raiskio
Lumi Raiskio Anos atrás
scissors are my go to fidget toy
Plasmafox Anos atrás
Yeah can confirm have played with scissors many times
Queen Thot
Queen Thot Anos atrás
when he pulled them out and started fidgeting as a joke, i felt called out. i fidget with scissors all the time. they’re one of my go-to fidgets lmao. but i hate most fidget toys and i prefer fidgeting with household items instead. like paper, scissors, pencils, ponytails, fabrics, etc.
CreativeMeth Anos atrás
scissors are the best fidget toy
LPdedicated 7 meses atrás
I have autism, ADD and OCD, and this video really warms my heart. I'm 33 like Mark (1989 baby!) and trust me, being diagnosed early is a LOT easier now than it was in the 90's or early 00's! There was so much taboo and less knowledge about diagnosing children ("they're just being brats!") and people (even some professionals) believed that ADHD was only something children could have. It was not easy, neither for the kid nor the parents, so like Mark I got diagnosed pretty late. I think a lot of us neurodivergent people watch him because he's not afraid to be vulnerable and himself and talk openly about it. Research has come far, but we also need to normalize it, and that's what he's doing.
John Lombardo
John Lombardo 6 meses atrás
He was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 20
Super Mia
Super Mia 6 meses atrás
i have atypical autism and adhd in german ADHS, and with my diagnose for a couple of years ago, it was a bit a shoke but a nice thing to, autism hs signed a lot of my times and the life with it, in the daily life can often be very hardfully, above all with ticks and little body movements
Vidd. 6 meses atrás
My mom is still convinced my adhd symptoms will wear out by 25 and I don’t think that’s how it works
Vidd. 6 meses atrás
@Super Mia I’m swiss and as a kid I thought ADHS and ADHD were two different things 😭😭😭
Super Mia
Super Mia 6 meses atrás
@Vidd. hahahaha............. no, and you know it : D It will less out of symptons, but is will stay forever, FOREVER ever ever ever ever ever the most parents think cause of sadness, hope that the symptons will decrease, but she dont will How old are you?
Alex 7 meses atrás
Lixian is one of the editors of all time
Unbound 7 meses atrás
He is certainly an editor. but I assume you meant best of all time.
Alex 7 meses atrás
@Unbound no, he is just one of the editors of all time
Jordan Kalagher
Jordan Kalagher 6 meses atrás
Lixian is the best editor of all time* Sorry you got it wrong, i had to correct you.
Memu 6 meses atrás
@Jordan Kalagher Lixian is a very good editor but there are editors that are a lot better. For example Prezoh is completely unmatched.
August 6 meses atrás
I think you mean he is THE editor of all time
Cringe but better
Cringe but better 3 meses atrás
i love how mark was saying how the pill bottle was frustrating, and then immediately started fidgeting with it while he talked
Grey 3 meses atrás
And I’m pretty sure he is using it wrong lol
Grayson of the Wood
Grayson of the Wood 6 meses atrás
As someone who recently got diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, I love the intro to this video and all it’s rambly, tangential, self-aware glory.
Carly Miracle
Carly Miracle 6 meses atrás
Love this part so much 14:37 and the sissor part, Also I’m autistic and I love watching big time creators talk about mental illnesses and neurodivergency. Love the video mark! ❤😂😊
Samiam Anos atrás
Fidget toys, horror elements, self marketing, gaslighting lessons, past trauma of loss and existential crisis... ahhh the perfect markiplier video
Danielle King
Danielle King Anos atrás
And how unhinged he is! lol
Tobberg03 Anos atrás
What gaslighting?
Anthony Serna
Anthony Serna Anos atrás
I don't remember any gaslighting, what are you talking about?
Dakota Bunch
Dakota Bunch Anos atrás
Gaslighting? You’re going crazy there’s no gaslighting lol
Danielle King
Danielle King Anos atrás
Samson 8 meses atrás
I knew there was a guy named markeplier. I started watching his videos a week ago and it's crazy how this guy just giving me a positive, nice feeling just by doing stuff like this. Im going through a really tough time and I just wanna say thank you for this rare moments of peace, markeplier. Thanks so much
OptiWrath0 7 meses atrás
I originally watched this when it came out 4 months ago and didn't finish it because I got distracted, and now I'm back to finish it. God I love ADHD
🎕Aster Gacha🎕
🎕Aster Gacha🎕 3 meses atrás
Freetime Artist
Freetime Artist 2 meses atrás
The fact that you think it’s necessary to mention that you have ADHD is the most adorable thing ever🥰
liolatte 7 meses atrás
Mark realizing that the Mjolnir spinner can spin while also being on the counter was so funny to me
Hebxiba 3 meses atrás
I got diagnosed with ADHD at about 5 and when I first started taking meds the doctor was like “most of my patients need meds to not do something illegal” and i was just like “oh”
CreeperSlayAr 11 meses atrás
Mark saying he'll separate the video into chapters but then not labeling half of the toys is the absolute best thing I've ever seen
zeusrulez 11 meses atrás
Half the toys being second toy is killing me
Talia Whitethorn
Talia Whitethorn 11 meses atrás
Best thing? Not in my opinion. Most mark thing? Absolutely.
Heavemo Gaming
Heavemo Gaming 11 meses atrás
What hat?
hikari_lun 11 meses atrás
@Heavemo Gaming 🤣
meeep 11 meses atrás
on an adhd video as well
vehrydian 7 meses atrás
Mark really said, "gaslight, gatekeep, girlboss". 🤣
Gabrielle Altman
Gabrielle Altman 7 meses atrás
came for the chaos and stayed for the surprisingly insightful advice on how to handle my adhd. i also got diagnosed at 20.
flower Mês atrás
The editing in this video is top notch. Very appreciable.
WHAT TF 8 meses atrás
so we arent going to talk abt how mark literally just got rid of our ADHD just by saying we basically dont have it? hes a true hero❤
Ronno7 4 meses atrás
Markiplier is the only man I wouldent mind him just rambling for an hour and still watch the whole way through.
someone better than you
Stella Bowson
Stella Bowson Mês atrás
the do not press the button video is perfect for that
Raakai Anos atrás
This is the most Mark has ever expressed his ADHD and I relate 100%.
Meme chad
Meme chad 11 meses atrás
Bro there a fake markiplier here it trying to sell fake phone
Jocelyn Burns
Jocelyn Burns 11 meses atrás
He forgot to take his meds for this video 😂
Jedediah 11 meses atrás
@Jocelyn Burns I have ADHD, can confirm this is how us people with ADHD act when we don't take our medication.
Joe Mamone
Joe Mamone 11 meses atrás
@Jocelyn Burns "forgot"
Kuromi :3
Kuromi :3 11 meses atrás
Aloe 5 meses atrás
This is a minor point, but this shows a bit of a difference between tactile and visual stims! Most of the fidget toys in the video were tactile, but Markiplier ended up preferring the visual stimulation of the lava lamp thing! It’s something I’ve always found fascinating as a person who mostly benefits from auditory and tactile stimming
d1g1t4l_dr34m5 8 meses atrás
I love how when he described the one at 34:53 he said how beautiful it was because of the way it worked and then used peeing as an example later
s.dekonink 5 meses atrás
35:00 gives such a relaxing vibe, especially in combination with the soft music and Mark's deep voice. Then 1 minute later, full on anxiety attack about time and dying... Thanks Mark!👀😂
Melita Basurto
Melita Basurto 5 meses atrás
Thank you for this video! My son has ADHD and loved watching you rate these toys. As a bonus, you helped me make his Christmas list ❤ 🎉
Jace M
Jace M 2 meses atrás
Lixian must love the review videos they are so ridiculous and I love them! 🤣♥️
๖Cloud Anos atrás
This is easily the most based/wholesome Markiplier has ever been in my opinion. It feels so honest.
Diana R. Quill
Diana R. Quill Anos atrás
It also feels like he's having a semi-mental break down and like... I know it's for fun, but he's too good at his job.
Wolf Rayne
Wolf Rayne 11 meses atrás
yea when he just lets himself BE he's honestly at his best. Just let the ADHD flow lmao
TotallynotMaya_ 8 meses atrás
You know the video is good when Mark is immediately putting his face on a toy..😂
friendgaig 7 meses atrás
love how he finds a rubber ball on a string unfun and absolutely noisy but is litterally in pure joy of existence when moving his fingers with magnetic rings is funny
Geographical 16 dias atrás
Actually Markiplier's ADHD tips in the middle of video because of the medication weighted toy thing seem like good advice. I've been lucky to be diagnosed for most of life, and even then I could never figure out tatics to manage it. Breaking stuff down into smaller things sounds really helpful for me. I'll keep that in mind.
pinktoonie 2 meses atrás
This is one of my favorite mark videos of all time. it's just so unhinged and pure.
TheHiddenLight Mês atrás
Fantastic video as always - one thing that stuck out to me the most was feeling something like relief when I realized that I had been diagnosed around the same age as Mark had - I was 21 myself, when I was diagnosed. And that, along with autism, was something I had felt lost with, when it had taken so many years to have been given the certainty by a professional. But knowing that he was diagnosed at a similar age made me feel a little better about how long it took for myself. I hope he gets that sponsorship! [From anyone at all] [If he hasn't already]
Alpha Official
Alpha Official Anos atrás
the sheer amount of times he gets sidetracked is actually really accurate
CannedBread 11 meses atrás
I mean, he has ADHD
Swicks 11 meses atrás
@CannedBread wow, really?
Spidey 555
Spidey 555 11 meses atrás
​@Swicks I love your pfp!
Opal 11 meses atrás
​Cat and Biscuit good luck
flocka 11 meses atrás
​Cat and Biscuit rip
Eastonarts 6 meses atrás
I have had the ring magnet things for a few years and I found that using two of them instead of three and just spinning two of them. It is less likely to fall, it requires much less thinking (I sometimes forget that I have it in my hand) and I like to spin one of them on my finger too. I have found myself doing a presentation in front of the teacher much more easily because of how absorbed I get in the notes because my brain is able to kind of hold onto thoughts easier.
Elderguard 3 meses atrás
I also just use 2 instead of three as they can fit on your opposite hand whilst writing and it feels more natural
JemDragons 4 dias atrás
How did you get around the magnets messing with your technology? That's what's stopping me from getting them, I'd be wearing them while playing on my portable consoles and my phone and I don't want to damage them
Rabbit 8 meses atrás
Small popables are great! I have a two button one that came on a keychain, and I usually just pop it onto the zipper of my hoodie. Definitely up there with my favorites, like fidget cubes, magnetic rings, fidget spinners, and slow rise squish toys, in terms of portability! Really neat seeing how different people's preferences for how they stim and what they enjoy getting out of fidgets/stimming. big fan, love it!!
Pinax mei
Pinax mei 5 meses atrás
Thank you for bein here after all of these years Mark🖤 always good to see you! hope you find the best sponsor soon Also cool hat 🤭
No u
No u Mês atrás
what hat? where did you see a hat??
June Wasson
June Wasson 8 meses atrás
Never seen the magnet rings before! That's a good idea! Gonna have to snag some :3 Infinity cubes are my favorite! I've got two, a light plastic one that was a hand-me-down and a heavier aluminum one. It definitely takes a lot of brain at first, but once you get the feel it works great as background. The trick is there's only two directions it can fold from any position, at this point I can find them by feel and flip a whole cycle in one motion. I like the heavier one cuz it feels sturdy and has a satisfying swing and clack, Kiddo 8.1yo likes the ligher one.
MarineOtter 3 meses atrás
i had one of the first toys growing up but all the little plastic bits were instead made of metal. didnt stop us from mashing our faces in it just like mark, though 😂 glad to see theyre more safety conscious these days
cheesecake Anos atrás
"i'm also an asshole, which does give me the grounds to make such claims." - markiplier 2022 truly inspiring, awestriking words of wisdom
Criotpy Anos atrás
heygy60 Anos atrás
@Criotpy wgat
Brandon Anos atrás
Not all heroes wear capes 😌🙏
Olivia Anos atrás
I read that as he said it 😂
WhereFernsGrow Anos atrás
LETSSS GOOOOO I'm the 2k like (ik nobody cares but I do AHAH)
liolatte 7 meses atrás
as someone with both adhd and anxiety i really like squishy toys. Right now I’m really into mochi squishies. i ordered some larger ones since they’re usually only like an inch long but they’re not filled with anything so they can’t break. only downside is that, if too cheap, they can be shaped weird (like the one i have now) or even sticky. but they’re super squishy and really fun to play with. i loved regular stress balls but they always break on me or develop air bubbles from being used too much or cheap; that’s why i like mochi squishes, they’re not “filled” so no air bubbles or breaking and they are also really portable and easy to wash
Caitlin 8 meses atrás
I love infinity cubes! You can totally do them one handed once you get the hang of it. It is interesting what kind of toys different people use and want. What I look for in a fidget toys is Can be used one handed, Not too loud, but a little bit is ok Good texture, like smooth or interesting And fun colors
LeFrenlyDude 3 meses atrás
I loved the moment when you just decided to let the mjölnir on the table And i wanted so much to see it just keeping it spinning all the video Having ADHD and seeing this kind of toys and being excited for having one that you like in your hands Is an experience that i love so much
SaberYuri 31
SaberYuri 31 8 meses atrás
So I’ve been diagnosed with both ADHD and Autism and my take on fidgets seems to be the opposite of Mark’s, which I think is really interesting. I really love the clicky stuff, the sounds you can /feel/, and they are very absentminded for me. My favorite fidgets are the classic fidget cube and the popsocket on my phone. I like to pop it up and down and mess with how it spins and stuff. I’m always worried people will be annoyed by the sounds, so if I’m near people I do my fidgets as quietly as possible. But on my own, the clicking just soothes something in my brain.
GoldenWolfAE Mês atrás
imma be 100% his advice for getting things done is eye opening and im gonna do my best to stick to it
Miskits 117
Miskits 117 Anos atrás
Mark randomly getting upset with sourpatch was the most relatable ADHD thing in this video
Well that and then him randomly thinking of headwear
SnakeEatingAPringle •*•
@DESOLATE SOUL what headwear?
Dale Peters
Dale Peters Anos atrás
@DESOLATE SOUL nah, that was for his hair
Sp00ksOdyssey Anos atrás
@DESOLATE SOUL There was no headwear, did you watch the video?
Nocturnalsidhe 8 meses atrás
I would totally buy whatever Mark is selling.
Rainbow Heart
Rainbow Heart 6 meses atrás
Those straws strangely grabbed my attention a lot, like I was slightly distracted during the others, but I had 100% focus when he opened the straw & started spinning it. Those straws I’d give a 9/10, I wish I had em
The ONO roller is amazing, I got mine not too long ago and I’m in love with it. Highly recommend 10/10
Casper Lost
Casper Lost 7 meses atrás
The subgroup of the fanbase that has been summoned is both unsurpisingly large, and quite enjoyable to see as a an AuDHD.
Emmy🩷 Mês atrás
As a AU-ADHD person, this is amazing. I want the pea/bean one so baddd😮
SomeGuyNamedDanny Anos atrás
Markiplier: The man who once owned 5 ovens Also Markiplier: "I want four 3D Printers!!!"
Bat furs
Bat furs Anos atrás
Consider: there are files available online of anatomically accurate and perfectly to scale dinosaur skeletons. Disarticulated of course. However they take like a billion years to print, SO! Four printers. And then. And THEN HOURS OF PUZZLE FUN!!!
Pablo Barreto
Pablo Barreto Anos atrás
now he just needs 3 of a thing, 2 of other and 1 of a third thing
💙Blue💙 Anos atrás
Well you see, when Mark was a kid, he was poor. So poor in-fact he could only afford a 3D printer in his dreams, let alone an oven.
Jenova Anos atrás
well you know what they say, there’s no kill quite like overkill.
Sun Anos atrás
Jan Pütz
Jan Pütz 8 meses atrás
Breaking things down as much as possible is actually quite the good tip for me. I never really thought about up to this point and was just kinda mad at myself for not acting on what I want to do, especially for myself, because everything seems like such a big hurdle for me that the moment I would try to start something I'd quit or fail only to be stuck deeper in that negative mentality. I usually set myself a certain idiotic condition bound to a time limit like a call I don't want to make but when my phone battery is 69% it's go time. To make a list that breaks all the things that might come off as overwhelming might not only make some clarity in an otherwise uninformed tangled mess into a nice adaptable list you can work off at a comfortable pace but also encourage to continue if combined with a reward system.
Rocket On Productions
Rocket On Productions 6 meses atrás
Thanks to Mark, I bought an ONO Roller and I too LOVE IT!! Many other of my ADHD Friends love it as well. I agree with him (39:20), it is one of the better Fidgets out there.
Ruth Blakmage
Ruth Blakmage 5 meses atrás
FUN FACT: The OG fidget is called Mobius ball, and they're made out of chainmaille rings. I have like 4 that I figured out how to make 😅. There's a really interesting story behind them too
beanstalk 8 meses atrás
For the third toy i think he would’ve preferred the smaller dimple ones better, since theyre a lot easier to hold and play with and are portable
Hiddenus 29 dias atrás
This item at 34:50 kinda reminds me stuff my dad used to buy on our vacations. But instead of just fluid it has sand in it in different colors (probably some of it is made out of glass) and you just rotate it and watch sand fall and create sort of landscapes... Sure sandy ones, but still. It's different colors can sometimes create it's own shapes and I have one (unfortunately it's broken and liquid dried out) that still remains in shape like Tatra mountains.
Andrew Castro
Andrew Castro Anos atrás
Mark playing with the scissors has the same energy as getting a cat a bed or a scratch post, but they just wanna play with the box it came in.
Dragolectron Anos atrás
mark goes beyond what cat do, *he plays with what oppened the package*
Clumsy Ninja
Clumsy Ninja 11 meses atrás
I've done that before lol
Lil' Ari
Lil' Ari 8 meses atrás
@Clumsy Ninja same
having adhd is literally being like a cat
FluffyLub 8 meses atrás
The motion bubbler immediately made me want to put it in my amazon cart. I was obsessed with them as a kid.
James Lowe
James Lowe 3 meses atrás
It's a common misconception that people with ADHD have a hard time focusing, but that's not always the case. We just can't really regulate the dopamine flow, which causes hyperfixation on random talents and things like how much I love to play games or when we are just sitting in a room making random noises or sounds. PS I stopped taking my meds when I was 14 and I am way happier than I have ever been. PS I am 16. PS i discovered the meaning of life Life does have a meaning the meaning of life is death that is why it exists I am no saying die I am saying death is not the end of life it death is a part of living. You must at the end of the line look death in the face say hello and shake death's hand. To embrace death is a good thing as well as to live in the now you should cherish these moments that you have and then now just because you're going to die doesn't mean you should live a good life if you're down in life look at the good there's always a silver outline no a gold outline remember to live is to die. - James lowe
The Ginch🐸
The Ginch🐸 2 meses atrás
Going to this channel because my head is pounding so hard I veel like my brain is trying to escape out of my head. This man’s voice is so calming
Purple Denied
Purple Denied 8 meses atrás
Didn’t know he had ADHD, found out recently that both of my parents have it too This is probably why I have not gotten bored of Mark
malicious jane
malicious jane 7 dias atrás
i didn’t expect to get helpful ADHD executive function tips from Mark but I’m very thankful
Confused Lemons
Confused Lemons Anos atrás
Mark talking about sour patch like a bitter ex.. And talking about sponsors like a lonely bachelor. Quality content.
Nera’s Light
Nera’s Light Anos atrás
Bman 3810
Bman 3810 Anos atrás
I quit now
I quit now Anos atrás
I’m Better Than Markiplier
Christina Sheffield
As soon as I read this he started talking bout it... 🤯
Arandomcommenter Anos atrás
Why does he hate sour patch so much exactly?
Noah Marquis
Noah Marquis 2 meses atrás
15:25 man this makes so much more sense after hearing Mark's experience with the magnet exhibit at the museum
jay 2 meses atrás
i found this video again while extremely high and i remember watching it so much. i also have adhd mark. this video felt so slow but so fast at the same time and i thoroughly enjoyed how comforting i found this video while stoned. i feel like this video just restarted!!! i’m gonna send this before i get totally lost and it repeats again. :) thanks dudes!
Foxi Fiend
Foxi Fiend 4 meses atrás
At abt 12 seconds in I accidentally skipped 10 seconds and immediately got maniacal laughter. THIS IS GOING TO BE GREAT
MEHTELEZ 7 meses atrás
Thanks for all of the contents Mark these videos are really good to watch thanks again
alexis moon
alexis moon 3 meses atrás
I think mark would really enjoy a figet ring, its 1 handed, silent and fun
Decay Anos atrás
The fact that he was somewhat enjoying himself while playing with those plastic straws, only to suddenly declare "I just got mad at Sour Patch" out of nowhere was truly the most relatable ADHD thing I have ever witnessed.
H0RR0R_CR0W Anos atrás
Mark Bautista
Mark Bautista Anos atrás
Yeah absolutely that's me too hahaha
lazar pokemon
lazar pokemon Anos atrás
ADHD for life
Bluerabbit Anos atrás
Very much agree XD
BitMammoth Anos atrás
Random don’t = add/adhd
SAMandColbyedits 8 meses atrás
Wow I love the effort you put into this that is awesome, I wish I could do that😮😊❤
Reddragon Mês atrás
Did anyone notice the constant panic of being broke lol love Mark's attitude
MARTIN ROSE 18 dias atrás
i love rewatching these, brings me joy
WingedAsarath 3 meses atrás
Sad this didn't have my current adhd toy on it: its a cube thats made of part plastic and part metal and you can hold the plastic corners between your fingers and spin the heavier metal part with one finger. You can also just kinda roll and twist it around in your hand. I love the variation in weight in it, and the vibration when I spin it. Only problem is it does make some noise when spun and it's very loud and heavy if you drop it.
Huston Carver
Huston Carver 28 dias atrás
You picking up the scissors and playing with them more than anything else was me as a kid and as an adult right now😂😂
Chaos Status
Chaos Status 11 meses atrás
You know what I love most about Mark? He never wears hats. Just an awesome thing that I think needs to be mentioned, his total lack of ever wearing hats
Gilles 11 meses atrás
I know right, not a single hat in sight
Golden Bonnie
Golden Bonnie 11 meses atrás
Yep, no hats ever in his videos.
adri whispers
adri whispers 11 meses atrás
What's a hat?
Texas Red
Texas Red 11 meses atrás
Hmmm, you spell that h-a-t? No clue what that means. 🧐
KatANova 11 meses atrás
There's a thing called a hat where does it go?
Finn 24 dias atrás
I never thought I'd sit still for 45 minutes to watch someone rate fidgit toys but here we are
Plague Doctor
Plague Doctor 3 meses atrás
Mark: “All you puny neurotypical, pff, you have a different experience!“ 🤪 *Me who is diagnosed ASD, epileptic, has anxiety-depressive disorder, and borderline ADHD (I’m really messed up, oh well):* “I’m pretty sure 50% of us are neuroatypical.” 😂
Luke Aveyard
Luke Aveyard 2 meses atrás
Thank you Mark for making me buy an Ono, I needed something like that.
Plasma burst
Plasma burst 7 meses atrás
The relatability of the fact that he’s thinking about one thing, and then the other is this really relatable
nyer 3 meses atrás
As someone with ADHD watching mark play with these fidget toys is making me jealous 😭
Amanda Garcia
Amanda Garcia 11 meses atrás
I think Mark is bold for implying that the bulk of his fanbase and audience are not also incrediblely nuerodivergent
copia 10 meses atrás
me with adhd AND autism 🤭
Moxie M
Moxie M 10 meses atrás
@copia omg twinninnnng ❤
feffer !!
feffer !! 10 meses atrás
@copia sameeee
elec_tr0n 9 meses atrás
@_Markipliergiveaway woah marmiplier... The REAL Markiplier. Chose YOU! FOR A PRIZE??? well you better get that prize.... It's totally real... (I am lying.)
Cryth 9 meses atrás
@elec_tr0n i dunnooo man, seems legit
Nayu Sh
Nayu Sh 8 meses atrás
actually the bean magnets are really fun, ive had them as a child. you take two and throw them lightly in the air close together and they make really cool sound
Bunni Gacha
Bunni Gacha 8 meses atrás
I’m one of the adhd people with spd, it makes my life pretty difficult sometimes. like I’ll get overstimulated and I’ll “throw a fit” literally makes me want to rip the clothes off me, it’s such an uncomfortable experience to have a “bad sensory day” as my family and I call it.
lilthreeGame 3 meses atrás
I have a fidget toy like the popable one and I love it. With my fidgeting I like textures the most, something that feels a certain way that is satisfying to me. With that I like how the tip of my finger fits perfectly into the divot and the resistance it gives back. And when they're all pushed down I can flip it over and with a light touch each one pops over like those little poppers we got growing up and it makes a similar noise. For me its an 8/10. I deduct points because it looks kinda weird carrying one around.
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