What would you change about your body? | Keep it 100 | Cut


– [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – My penis. I get a pizza stick or like– and I’m just like “Damn,
if I can just be this long, I would be–it would just be a wrap”. Then I eat it, then I’m like, “Oh,
this is what size I am.” (upbeat electronic music) (upbeat electronic music) – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – My body? – My body… – Oh. – That’s such a sad question. (upbeat electronic music) – What would I change about my body… – Everything. – What wouldn’t I? – There’s a lot (laughs). – I always wanted to be, like, tanner. – Taller. – Skinnier. – Sometimes I get like a double chin. – Like this little thing
right here that I don’t like. – See these huge ears that I have? When I was born my mom called me Dumbo. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – My red hair. – Better hair line. – I have this, like, massive widow’s peak. – I wish I had thicker hair. (laughs) – I think I have bad posture. – I’d have better posture. – I feel like I’m usually like this, and I need to be like this. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – I hate how skinny I am. – I would gain, like,
30 pounds if I could. – There’s not much there. It’s just skinny guy stuff. – Maybe, like, a nice lower chest. – I just want big pecs. – I want toned abs. – If I had a six pack… – A six pack. – I’ve never had a six pack before. I would like one before I die. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – Oh, I hate that question. – [Interviewer] Tell me why you hate it. – ‘Cause that’s fucked up. Like, nothing, I don’t wanna
change anything about my body. – I don’t think I would change anything. – I’m cute, ain’t nothing
that needs to be changed. – If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, baby. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – I have really teeny nipples. Like, diamond-sized nipples. – I wish I was a little bit taller. – Like an inch or two taller. – [Interviewer] Why do
you wanna be taller? – So that I can reach the
high shelf at the supermarket. – There’s just so much
advantage to being tall. – When you’re taller, it’s like– Everyone’s just like, they look up to you and love you. – I wish I was shorter. – I would make myself two inches shorter. – [Interviewer] Why? – The comments that people make, it was hard to find
relationships for a long time. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – My teeth. – I don’t like my teeth. – I’m missing a few (laughs). – A beard would be nice. I’ve been asking Santa for
one for, like, five years. – I would, like, I don’t know, change something with, like, my eyes. They are out like a lizard. – I’d probably change my nose. – I hate my nose. – My nose. – Oh my nose. – [Interviewer] Let me get the profile. – Yeah. Oh, profile? – Yeah. – Yeah it’s a mountain. – I’ve learnt to really like my nose. I hated it for a long time. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – The hair on, like, my
knuckles and my hands. So I feel like I would just,
like, laser everything off. – I have a patch of hair on my hand here that looks like Wolverine. Nobody has that. I have two. – I would like to lose
a little bit of weight. – I’d lose my baby weight. – 20 pounds. – 30 pounds. – Yeah I wanna see 199. – My scale said I was 250. – The doctor was like, “You are what we call morbidly obese.” – I want to not have to
wear ugly big girl patterns. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – I want my boobs to be smaller. – I’d like to go for runs, and they’re not trying
to punch me in the face. – I have a big forehead. – I would have a forehead
instead of a five. – I think I would change
the way that my body holds weight. ‘Cause it all goes to my butt right now. – I would work on my wings. – My stomach. – My stomach. – My love handles. – I feel like I always have a pooch. – I have two rods and
18 screws in my spine, and I also don’t have a
large intestine or rectum. I would replace my large intestine and preferably have a
spine that was not twisted. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – I wish my pancreas would
start producing insulin again. – I wish my body could withstand more. I’ve broken, like, nine different bones. – Really just terrible
support on this arm. It’s going to break soon. – Aging is kind of depressing. So, something that would delay that. – Remove some of the
years of wear and tear. – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – My feet are kinda ugly. Everyone says they look like sausages. – I think my legs are crooked (laughs). – I have murderer’s thumbs. (interviewer gasps) – [Interviewer] What would
you change about your body? – It’s my butt. – Probably a bigger ass. – Bigger butt. – I’d like to have a snatched waist. – I want my boobs bigger. – I’d get a boob job if I could. – [Interviewer] What’s one thing you would change about your body? – My body? Nothing. – ‘Cause I wouldn’t change anything. – I don’t know, I fucking love myself. – I’ve lost 100 pounds
the last two years and I’m actually pretty happy with myself. – Ask me 10 years ago
and I would’ve, like, given you a whole list of things, but absolutely nothing. – I love everything about my body. I would change nothing. If I could change anything about my body, I would make it gigantic, so that everyone would have to look at me all the time. And that’s, that’s it. That’s the only thing I would change.

100 thoughts on “What would you change about your body? | Keep it 100 | Cut

  1. 1:33 I wish I was a baller, I wish I had a girl who looked good I would call her. Please say someone gets my reference 😂

  2. Ehhhhh all these people showing their side profile of the nouse and be like "it's so big"..

    And I am like.. mine is at least twice the size.. 🙁

  3. “I wouldn’t change anything, I love myself.” Bitch I love myself too but if someone gave me bigger titties I would be ecstatic!😂

  4. To the girl with double-jointed elbows:

    They’re not going to break, just do some weighted exercises to stabilize them. I’ve got the same elbows and I have to lift weights (even small weights), to keep them stabilized.

  5. The people that are saying things about weight, just fucking go to do gym and don’t complain about and loose it and gain muscle thats what I do, I was hella skinny, im still kinda skinny but much much less than before so yeah it’s good, im still going to the gym to gain more muscle but at least I keep my words and actually try to change at the place of not doing anything about it

  6. 1:33 “i wish i was a little bit taller” … i wish i was a baller, i wish i had a girl who looked good i would call her…

  7. I used to hate who I looked when I was like 15/16/17 but now I'm almost 19 and I'm happy with how I look and if I could change anything at all it would just be I wish I could grow a beard

  8. OH MY GOD I FELT SO BADDDDDD
    CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL THEM THEY ALL ARE FREAKING BEAUTIFUL…. PLEASE LOVE YOURSELF….. UGHHH WISH I CAN DO SOMETHING FOR THEM… I FEEL SO SORRY BCOZ OF US PEOPLE U GUYZ FELT THAT WAY.

  9. i wish i was a little bit taller,
    i wish i was a baller,
    i wish i had a girl who looked good, i would call her
    i wish i had a rabbit in a hat with a bat
    and a six four impala

  10. Ok, but like, let's talk about the people who have things they could easily change? Like, you can shave off body hair you dont like. You can dye your red hair. You can change your posture (actually really easily). Like, guys, you can do something about it.

  11. I'd for sure change my underbite and the shape of my skull to get rid of the enforced rear and forehead wrinkles. I'd also change my right toes so they could be double-jointed like my left ones, and I'd change the alignment of my legs because it's so frustrating being more flexible in one than the other!!!

  12. I accept my body as it is. Pretty happy with it in fact… Yet I'd still like to change things. Take myself even closer to that perfect me-ness, y'know?

  13. To the 1st dude: the more fat at the base of the penis, the less of said penis becomes visible to the naked eye.
    That's scientifically proven.

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