Awkward Google Street View Photos (GAME)

Awkward Google Street View Photos (GAME)


( upbeat music plays )One day, the Google-minded
people at Google decided to stick cameras
on a bunch of cars and have them take pictures
of every single street in the entire world. Amazing. There you go with
Google Street View. – And there you go.
– There you go with it. With as many pictures
as they are taking, there are bound to be
lots of serendipitous moments – of weird stuff being caught
on Google Street View.
– Uh-huh. Like, for example, you coming out
of your front door in the house you used to
live in in North Carolina. – Rhett:There I am.
– Link:What are the chancesthat Google Street View
would drive by the moment…
I stood out there
all day waiting for ’em. I was like–
I could be coming or going,
that’s the mystery. You don’t know. As you’ll see,
there are people who do stalk
Google Street View and try to create
some moments, but the vast majority of
the ones I’m gonna show– I’m gonna describe to you and then give a blank
that you have to fill in – with what is actually
caught on Google Street View.
– Okay, all right. If you get
three of these right, you get to take the first bite of the–
I was gonna say
cotton candy meatloaf, but it’s just candy meatloaf,
it’s not cotton candy. And I just get
the first bite, that’s it? – Well…
– Why don’t I get
the whole loaf? I’m looking at
it right now and it’s such
a glorious creation, you are gonna want to choose
where you want to bite from. So, the first choice
is something worth winning,
my friend. – Okay, all right.
– Don’t you think? I’m just playing for pride. So, again,
I’m gonna describe
some of these. Here’s the first one. I’m looking at
a Google Street View
image right now, Rhett. – I’m looking right at it…
– Wish I was. of two men
in Bergen, Norway. They are chasing a Google car
while dressed as blanks holding blanks. ( scoffs ) Well, that could be–
I mean, what?
That could be anything. Okay, so they–
I’ll give you a hint.
It’s an occupation. They’re dressed
as a certain occupation holding a certain
farm implement. I’m sure that helps you a lot. Farmers carrying hoes. – “Farmers carrying…”
– Dressed like farmers
carrying hoes. Or they could be dressed
like hos carrying farmers. But they would’ve
censored that. No, take a look.Bergen, Norway,
these are two guys
dressed as scuba divers( buzzer )
holding pitchforks.I can’t believe
you didn’t guess that, Rhett. It’s so obvious
now that you see it. Where are they–
are they going frog giggin’?What’s about to happen?I think climate change
has hit really hard in Norway already
and that’s a water park. They’re just getting ready. Either that or they just
robbed a pool supply store,
I don’t know. Okay, I think this is
gonna be a difficult game. That’s what I’m
concluding right now. How crushed are you gonna be
if I get the first bite
of the candy loaf? Not really. I can see it. I’ll just bite the other side. So rest easy. But I am looking at
North Winter Street in Adrian, Michigan, where Google captured… “A blank?”
‘Cause there is no “A.” – Is there an “A”?
– It can be. – A prisoner.
– You sure? Yeah, just somebody, like,
obviously, I mean, casually walking. Could be a–
it could be a robber. What are the chances? Could be a robber.
I think it’s a prisoner. I think it’s somebody that has,
like, prison clothes on. That’s my guess.
Let me see the picture. Let’s take a look.You’re right.
It is a prisoner.
Rhett:
Yeah!
Link:
A seemingly escaped prisoner.
But we contacted the jail
and asked them about this ’cause I had to know
what was going on. And they said the whole
area is very secure and that they do send
some inmates out to, like, clean the street
in front of the jail. – Okay.
– But you got
this one right, see? – Yeah, that’s right.
– They’re not all that hard. I gave you some hints
in that one. All right,
what do we got next? Now I’m looking at
Parc de Valency. – I’m sure I’m not
saying that right.
– Yeah, I’m sure, too. A quiet serene location
in Lausanne, Switzerland… Uh… serene location
in Switzerland. Now, the Swiss are–
they’re neutral. Mm-hmm. That was, like, the fact that,
when you were in third grade, like, anybody
brings up Switzerland, – “They’re neutral!
– “They’re neutral, you know.” They don’t pick a side! Why don’t you be
more like Switzerland? They do have an army,
though, and everybody
has to serve in it. I have a friend who’s Swiss
and he served in it. – And I was like,
“But it’s neutral.”
– And they carry knives. Do they carry knives? I didn’t ask him.
I just assumed he did. I’ll have to ask him. – Give me his e-mail.
– “A strange man emerging from a…”
None of what I just said – helps me.
– No guns, just knives? I really wanna know. Emerging from
a Swiss Army knife. Like he’s another piece of it. And just waiting around
for Street View to drive by. But it’s on Street View.
I’ll say a sewer or a manhole because both are
kinda the sewer. You’re close,
but check it out.A trash can. Look it–how did he even get in there?Rhett:
Well, he’s looking for
his Swiss Army knife.
Link:
That looks painful.
Did you contact him? Did you contact
the officials that are responsible
for this photo? Yeah, I contacted him and
I said, “What’s the story?” He said, “Well, you know,
one man’s trash is another man’s… man.” That’s what he told me. Okay, all right.
I get it. I’m looking at a driveway
in Mannheim, Germany. Mannheim, Germany? Really? There’s a dog lying next
to a pile of junk… There’s a big dog who has urinated into a jug. ( laughter ) Which is impressive
in its own right. Mm-hmm. And then he’s got
the previously filled jugs in the open trunk
of the car, and he’s gonna get in there
and he’s gonna drive the car to the urine dump spot. I’ve been to
Mannheim, Germany. I’ve seen these things. I’ve seen things that
you wouldn’t believe. Maybe it’s a little dog. So you’re saying
it’s a little dog or it’s empty jugs? I think it’s a little dog. I think there’s a big dog
on the ground and then a little dog
in the trunk, and the big dog is about
to shut the little dog
in the trunk. I know his intentions. I can’t even see the photo
and I know his intentions. He’s a bad dog.
He’s a mean dog. Little dog in the trunk.
Final answer. Let’s take a look.No, it is a naked man.Rhett:
That might be a dog.
It’s kinda hard to tell.
It’s a little blurry.
Link:
He’s not that hairy.
He is a little bit hairy.
But I don’t know
what’s going on here.
Rhett:
I think that he is, I mean,
honestly,
I think that he’s just got,
like, a Speedo on because that’s what
they wear over there – and he’s cleaning something.
– You can’t see the Speedo.“I gotta get in here
with this yellow liquid
to clean the inside
of my trunk.”
Link:
You know what? That junk
is stuff from the trunk.You’re exactly–
it’s trunk junk. He’s cleaning his junk–
he’s cleaning his trunk. He’s cleaning
his junk in the trunk. Yeah, right, exactly.
That’s what they do in Germany. Okay, you didn’t get
that one right, but… – you tried really hard.
– I did try. I got one more for you. I’m looking at a very creepy
scene captured by Google on a sidewalk in Tokyo. Wha… ..at! – Um…
– ( laughter ) I said, I’m looking at a very creepy
scene captured by Google on a sidewalk in… – a city in Japan.
– Yeah. But you’ve probably
heard that part. – Yeah, I’m into it.
– I see two rows of people
wearing blank masks staring directly
at the camera. Two rows of–
two rows of people. – Yeah.
– Mm. Wearing blank masks. Ah! In Japan,
it could be anything. – Oh, gosh.
– Yeah. Um… I feel like they’re wearing
masks of, like… another person. That’s how I–
I feel, you know? Is it another person?
Let’s take a look. –No, it is pigeons.
( buzzer )But that is pretty creepy.And the creepiest part
is when you move the camera in Street View past
the pigeons and look back, this is what you see. Rhett:
Oh, they turned.
Link:They turned
and they’re just watching.
Rhett:
Oh, gosh.
Link:
And I guess
the Google Street View
was on a walking path.Rhett:
Man, we gotta go.
We gotta go to Japan, man.They were stalking
the Street View walker. We would fit in
so well there. Buying masks and coordinating
the whole thing. – You only got
one of those right, but…
– Yeah. …you know what? You’re still gonna taste
the candy loaf – in “Good Mythical More.”
– Hope that’s not a euphemism
for something. No, we got one over there.
It’s amazing. So, stay tuned to
“Good Mythical More” for that. Thank you for liking,
commenting and subscribing. You know what time it is. Hi, I’m Matt,
and I’m in Japan. And this is the tallest Buddha
statue in the world. And it’s time to spin
the Wheel of Mythicality. Click the bottom link
to watch today’s episode
from the beginning. And click the top link
to watch us eat
a candy meatloaf in “Good Mythical More.” And to find out where
the Wheel of Mythicality
is going to land.Raise your hand
if you’re a mythical beast.
Now use that hand
to type “mythical.store”
into your search bar
because that’s where
you can buy this
“I Am A Mythical Beast” shirt
right now.

Author: Kevin Mason

100 thoughts on “Awkward Google Street View Photos (GAME)

  1. (inhales deeply)
    oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhh

  2. I looked up my house on google maps and the trees had toilet paper on them, and I know what your thinking it was probably in October but it was in September and we don't have any neighbors, also it was taken before we moved here

  3. What is going on? Why spilt up the episode into three parts? I'm sure they've explained this in an earbiscuits or another episode but I've haven't been watching for a while. Seems convoluted. I'd personally rather have longer episodes with segments than having four episodes to watch.

  4. i'm pretty sure the tallest Buddha is in China and its 18m taller then then the one in japan and there is one in Myanmar taller then it as well so to the guy at the end of the vid you not at the tallest Buddha sorry mate

  5. I worked at a gas station when I was in nursing school because it was about a 5 minute walk from said school. It was also right off of route 70, one of the busiest and longest interstates in the United States so we saw a ton of traffic… I just so happened to be working when the team who was working on Streetview was photographing the street that I worked on. Really interesting to see!

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  7. Everytime I go to my grandma's place there's a Google car parked in the neighborhood on the street.

    I'm betting the person who drives it keeps it there and lives in the neighborhood.

    I've seen a Google car (guessing the same one) in a city next you where my grandma lives.

  8. Definitely love to see a special with Rhett and Link in Japan. That is the ONLY other country I ever wanted to visit.

  9. I used to think that I bad thing could NEVER be good… yet here we are (the meatloaf, I'm talking about the meat loaf, not Rhett and Link. I love their show)

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  12. Im gonna be on street view twice 😂 saw them in front of me on one highway. A week later there doing another highway. Both in kentucky

  13. What's the biggest city in Japan

    Tokyo

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOO

  14. Google street view has never actually been in my neighborhood to take any photos and I don’t live in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere. I live in northern Virginia which is a completely different state than mid and southern Virginia, were more like an add on to Maryland and DC because of the lack of space. Now when you look at my neighborhood on google maps my mom and I noticed just the other day that they took new pictures because the play set in our backyard is gone and is replaced by our fire pit. We scrolled around so that my mom could show, me the house that burned down the street behind ours and when we moved a bit behind our house and to the side we saw a lot of secret lots hidden back in the forest with a ton of 16 wheeler parts and other cars as well but next to that there was a small building owned by their neighbor, it could have been a garage but it had a strange white glitch with a blue hue around it, over the connecting driveway and parking lot. It looked as though someone had hacked into google maps to glitch out and remove those pixels over part of their secret property in the woods. It definitely wasn’t a person working at google because it wasn’t a clean job, and what would people besides the owners want to hide.

  15. Me and my friend are on google maps while walking to my high school on the weekend to play lacrosse. It’s pretty cool

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  17. Hello and greetings from Mannheim, Germany 😄
    That photo was likely taken on the day of "Autowaschtag", a day where everybody cleans their cars in speedos or swim suits.
    Just joking, I have no clue what the dude is doing but I am from Mannheim, that part is true 😊

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  19. somebody: tokyo

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  20. As someone from a county over, and for future reference – but like it will be referenced again 😂 – it's pronounced like Len-a-way county. Sorry Michigan pronounciation is hard 😅

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