Fidget Spinner

Pubblicato il 20 mag 2017
I got a fidget spinner. It spins. So that's good. I'm going to be honest I like it. It's kinda addicting. I call bull on the claims that it makes about improving focus though. If anything it's a distraction. Other than that it's a neat toy.
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  • Idk why everyone’s saying they suck they make great fuel for a bonfire

  • As soon as I got one they died and then came old town road, personally one of the most annoying songs I've heard, probably because of how many dang times I've heard it

  • Sandwich: “It spins. It’s all it does.” People who use it for sensory input: “Am I a joke to you”

  • Dude, It’s a Spidget. Finner. Get it right.

  • I knew this was made in 2017

  • Fidget spinber

  • There's one good thing the fidget spinner caused: That beautiful piece of entertainment up there ⬆️⬆️⬆️

  • 10/10 **later** Addicted to figet spidder and is sitting in the corner spinning the figet spinner

  • Its 2020 Bro, lol

    • gecko mello he uploaded on 2017... he even said it in the video dumbass

  • Love it

  • the woman who made the fidget spinner originally intended for it to be sold to kids wit ADHD, autism and other attention deficit disabilities but she didn't patent it so it was public domain now the kids who need fidget spinners in class to concentrate cant use them cause other kids use them as distractions

  • 1:04 **My sis Trying a fidget spinner Since she didn’t get why people liked them**

  • I don’t like fidget spinners *spins it once* Holy crap this is the best thing ever

  • 2020 anyone?

  • I wonder why fidget spinners went popular and went back to nothing. I mean, At first, when they were sold, they got popular. But then, they aren't popular for some reasons.

  • it is for people like me who have OCD and fidget a lot

  • I have Autism and the fidget cube helps a lot with my anxiety in large crowds

  • "Here you go fidget spinner 2017" "10/10"

  • the spinner was made by a mom to help her child with adhd and the real name of it is the adhd spinner

    • But she didn’t market it properly and years later this came out

  • The length of this video is exactly how long fidget spinners lasted

  • 0:37 AIDS depression? That sounds really bad

  • I’m watching this January 1st 2020

  • I litterally have one of those bands on my wrist right now.

  • I hate new trends. I never understand why are they good


  • The meme is ded

  • Wtf

  • Why is this my recommendation

  • Upsetti, Watch as the class swallowed alive by a wave of *S P A G E T T I*

  • The vdo ended so quickly and abruptly that I was like: WHAT?! THATT'SS ITT??! I WANT MOOREEE

  • Boring

  • Rip

  • 𝚆𝚑𝚢 𝚊𝚖 𝙸 𝚐𝚎𝚝𝚝𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚝𝚑𝚒𝚜 𝚒𝚗 𝚖𝚢 𝚛𝚎𝚌𝚘𝚖𝚖𝚎𝚗𝚍𝚊𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗𝚜 𝚒𝚗 2 0 1 9

  • It’s for adhd

  • great.

  • It's not actually meant to be a toy.

  • His voice makes it even more funny I love it

  • You spin me right round baby right round

  • 🙂

  • Soooo close to 1 million!!

  • As someone who has severe anxiety and symptoms of PTSD, I find my weighted spinner to be extremely helpful. My mind will create negative thoughts for no reason, and the stress manifests physically. This can range from bouncing my leg or playing with my hair to biting my lip and picking my heels so hard they bleed. Having something to fiddle with that lets off nervous energy has been a huge help. Sometimes I don’t want a cube or a slinky or little puzzle, and I find the spinner to be fun. I can figure out new tricks or practice ones I know (which takes more focus than you’d think) or just spin it and give my hands something harmless to do. Diverting my focus can also help if not stop panic episodes and even negative memories and breakdowns. I do think the mass popularity of it had ruined it for some time, but since they’ve died down, having one has been super helpful. I love mine because it’s black, silent, and has weights in it so I can really feel it in my hand. I use it all the time during my college classes, and many students and some professors are surprised when they find out about it.

  • I gave my fidget spinner to my grandpa and he couldnt see the point of it but also couldnt stop playing with it It was wonderful

  • As a person with ADHD the fidget spinner AND fidget cube DOES. WORK. for some reason (i prefer the spinner), occupying ur brain the background by FIDGETING with something helps me focus vs tapping or clicking a pen which no one likes bc thats annoying

  • sometimes you just gotta fidget spin away the depression


  • I have the exact same one as you

  • No

  • ✋🏼👌🏽

  • 10/10

  • Spidget finner

  • "it spins" Me:you just found that out 🤦😆

  • Spin Spin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 2019 anyone

  • It's a *fidget* spinner It's for kids with ADHD (like my self) I love it!!! Not for the popularity like everyone else

  • “ I don’t buy this stuff” “But I went out and bought one” “SPINS IT” “10 out of 10”

  • When you sed 10/10 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • beyblade?

  • Part of me wants me to dislike this and part of me wants to support your channel Eh I'll leave a like anyway

  • It's 2 AM and I laughed WAY to loud... thank you for the joy OvO

  • I want to have a fidget cube but it’s lost