– Hi guys, it’s Audrey. And today here I’m with my dad. And my sister. – Jordan from Just Jordan 33. – And today we’re going to
be doing a face your fears. I bet you guys can’t
tell who’s fear this is. Today’s fear is dad. If you guys haven’t checked out my other face my fears video. I faced my fears. Gotta see what it was. Jordan’s faced her hears. – Yup.
– Have you faced your fears? – Why are you so excited about this? – Mom hasn’t faced her fears. – Mom needs to face her fears. – So our third face
your fears is with dad. And dad hates eyeballs – Yeah like. – No let’s clarify that
I don’t hate eyeballs. I don’t want anything touching my eyeballs or getting close to my — Just talking about it makes my eyes water. – So today we’ll be putting
contacts in our eyeballs. Dad has never put
contacts in his eyeballs. – No.
– This is the first time. I’ve tried once at the doctors place to just to get the color contacts. – And I’ve been using contacts for every single day since 2015. – So we’ve got pro, novice, beginner. – And who have never have never touched their eye before. Like. Okay I’m not shaking yet. But it’s gonna happen. This is not cool. – So what colors are you
gonna put in your eyeball? – Green for one eye and
purple for the other. – I got sterling gray – And I’ve got brilliant blue. – And we have all different eye colors. Dad has. Dad’s changes depending on
which color he’s wearing. – He has like gray eyes. Hey
wait, we gotta really like. – Dad has green, gray, and
blue eyes depending on the day. – Depending on Let’s see your eyes. – I have hazel eyes. So I have green, yellow and brown. And Jordan has brown. – I have just really like
puppy dog brown eyes. – So we washed our hands. – Because – Oh it squirted on me. – See it’s already firing back. I don’t wanna do this. – I’ve got a whole set because
I actually do wear glasses and I need contacts like for prescription. So these are actually prescription colors. – Oh this is are amethyst colors. – Just saying – I’m so excited.
– It scratch your eyeballs. – Ew why. – It scratch my eyeball? – Yes, when I was I was
going to have put them in it scratches my eyeball and mascara runs and my makeup is gonna be
gone by the end of this video. – Oh there goes my makeup job. Great. – Here goes dad’s makeup. – Oh look, it’s not opening. That’s a sign that it
doesn’t want to participate. – What did you do?
– I don’t know, but it just– – You gotta do this. – I’m trying not to open it. – So we got Jordan’s phone for – Mirror
– Mirror – [Jordan And Audrey] Because
we don’t have a mirror. – And Jordan’s phone is huge. – Well we have a mirror. I got the mirror off the wall. – That’s a ginormous mirror. – I am gonna use this. But I feel like I am gonna
need to see really well. – So I opened up mine. And the first step apparently is that you have to stretch your eyeball. – I’m so excited you guys. I’ve never had colored contacts and I am so so excited right now. – I am so so on the other
end of the spectrum. – You’re gonna be the mirror. – Mirror. – This just make my eyes waters. Can I get to watch ’cause I
don’t even how to do this? – Oh yeah wait. – Want me do it?
– Let’s see Jordan do it. Jordan. – I don’t even know I could try. – I think that’s hard to kinda put. I don’t think you just
drop them on your eyes. – Just try. – Wait, I’m already wearing contacts. – Yeah, take them. – One second, I got to
go grab my s-a-p-a-z – So when I first time had to put contacts in my eyes, it took me two hours. – That’s not happening today.
– To stick it in my eye. But taking them out was easy. Jordan on the other hand is opposite. – I think putting them out is super easy but taking them out took
me forever to learn. Like two weeks.
– Oh it took me like – It was so bad. – Two minutes to take them out. – Okay, so if you’re cringey
like I am about eyeballs you might wanna just watch
That YouTube Family right now. Self promo. – No. Stay on to see dad cringe. We’ll have the cringe fest together. – Oh it’s going to be way to cringey. It’s going to be all about
sticking things in your eyes and – All the fun stuff.
– Oh it squirted all over. – Dad if one little hair or
dust gets on it it’s gonna hurt. – That’s true. – Because it gets trapped between your eyeball and the contact and it rubs. – Okay so kay. – Scratchy scratchy. – This is let’s just not talk about that. So I wet my pointy finger and
thumb with contact solution because contact solution
is my best friend. – First step, pointy finger. And then I go like this and pull my eye. – Oh my god. – This is me taking them out and not even putting them in. – How I’m gonna take
it out if I get it in. That’s gonna be a problem. – I don’t know why I am nervous
do it in front of a camera. See go like this. And then you just like – Oh my god. – Just try and pinch out. And it’s freaky because it looks like you’re actually pinching
your eye through your vision. Ow. I can’t see anything anymore. – She just said ow. That’s not comforting form the pro. – I just took out another one. – That just made me almost want to vomit. her eyeball just peeled
off the front of her eye. – That’s like shedding a skin layer. – Eyeballs don’t shed. This is not cool. – This is so funny ’cause
I’m just so used to it. It doesn’t even faze me anymore. – Look I’m already crying. Look there’s tears. I’m starting to cry. – Okay these are harder, yours are going to be harder to get in because they’re thinner. – Oh really. – So they like to fold in more. – Ours are giant too. Fold. – But that’s like the color
that’s actually really cool. So this is how you do it. You’re gonna open your eye. – Her eyes are gonna
go from brown to blue. – Open your eyes wide as possible. – Oh my god it’s huge. Her eyeball is giant. – I needed it. – Your eyeballs are tiny. Her eyeballs are huge. – I’m lucky I’m blind ’cause
this might make me throw up. – Her eyes gonna water
so it’s gonna fall out. – Then you just gotta
poke your eyeball like. It’s just gonna water ’cause I got contact solution in my eyeball. – You’re crying. – I’m crying. It’s emotional time for me. – Your eye looks weird. – Oh she’s crying. – I’m crying for you. – No there’s contact solution
in my eye so that’s just – Show us your one and one. – There we go. See if it in. – You could still some brown. – It’s cause her pupil’s
big because of the light. If her pupil wasn’t so big
you wouldn’t see brown. – Good for you when it’s dark.
– That is freaky guys. Oh my goodness. – Yeah we were in the dark – Ta-dah. – Then black would cover the brown. – Can you feel it with your eyelid? Can you feel like – I can’t feel but maybe you can. But I’m used to it. I’ve been wearing it since 2015 bro. – So it doesn’t feel like
something’s in your eye. – Not to me. – It does for me. – It only feels like
actually this one feels like I have something in my eye
and this one feels normal. – It feels scratchy for me.
– It’s the opposite. – Don’t believe her. – Well the thing is if it’s
like folded in your eye like just the slightest
bit then it will hurt. – We were gonna film this last
night but dad wanted to wait till the morning just in case
he had to go to the hospital. – Seriously. – You wanna see it one more time. – If it folds up behind
my eyeball what do you do? – Jordan this was so fast. This’ll be like a two minute video of you. And yeah we’re gonna take like two hours. – No we’re not. I’m gonna like pass out. – Okay so you just take it.
– So you can touch the inside. – Fold it like a little globe. And put it in your eyeball. – So why do I need a big mirror? – You can also your eyelashes
but I don’t wanna do that cause I’m wearing makeup so. – Her eyeball is shaking. Why is your eyeball quaking? She’s like – I’m looking around
trying to get it in my eye but it’s not wanting to go in right now. – It’s fighting back. – No it just has so much contact solution. I’m gonna try medium. – The medium. – Oh. – Then I just look around and get it. It’s actually on my eye. Okay. – No. – It’s your turn. It’s your turn.
– Let’s have Audrey put next. – Okay this one looks really blue. My eyes are like super watery. – No we’re gonna at the same time. – I can’t be able to see. – This is going to be
a two hour video bro. We have to do it at the same time. – [Mom] Same time.
– [Jordan] Yeah same time. Whoa. My eyes are really watery. – You can’t stall. – I can’t stall. So I’m thinking I don’t
wanna use a mirror because if I see myself touching my
eyeball I’ll probably pass out. I’m not kidding. This has got a sharp edge. We gotta make sure my
head doesn’t hit this. – Oh my god. – You guys. – You need it a mirror to
stick it in your eyeball. You are so scared. It’s all over your face. – I’m so scared. – You are so tensed. You do need a beer though. – I’m sweating on my hands
and hands don’t sweat. – No dad listen you don’t have a mirror, you’re gonna focus on
your finger coming closer to your eye and you’ll poke in your eye. So you need a mirror so you
can focus on something else. – Dad just don’t look at your finger. – You need a beer.
– My eyes hurt already. Okay, let me go to my happy place. Go to my happy place. – Like – Do I need to put on alpha wave music that’s what I do when I study. – It’s not working. – Guys, I feel so weird with blue eyes. – Okay let’s go. Let’s go. – Can we actually see them? – [Mom] Oh dad’s gone. – I’m gonna have to learn how to do this. – You want like a mirror. – Yeah, I need it. – Okay so remember. – These are flimsy and giant. – Yeah the thing is since
this is prescription for me mine are not so flimsy but
this one are kinda flimsier. – I think I just turned it inside out. Mine are just folded all over my finger. – Is this right? This is right. It’s supposed to look this. – I know but it looked like
a jelly fish on my finger. – Okay so open it up. Open your Open your eye. – You got this Audrey. – Hello. – I’m watching this through her camera. – Go Audrey go. – I forgot how to do this. I can’t see. No. Now I’m scared. You got all your scaredyness on me. – It’s not gonna get stuck in your eye. Only if you do something
like really wrong. – That’s comforting. How do I? I can’t see. – Here wait. You want it up here more? – I can see it near it. – You’re supposed to look up. – No you’re not even
touching your eye yet. – Where did it go? – You just stopped right – It’s on the table. Put
it on the contact solution. – You got as close as I
am to get it in your eye. – Your turn. – Dad it’s your turn. – No. Okay, wait. First I gotta figure out
how to get it on my finger. ‘Cause look. – Both fingers need to be wet. Dip your both of your fingers wet. – Like my thumb and my finger.
– Yes. Your thumb is huge. – This is what did I do to you? Why do I have to do this? – Everyone has to face their fears. Me and Jordan have already done it. Mom’s next. – We’re going skydiving. If I can see. – [Mom] No. – If I can see.
– You can’t pick it up. It’s just. – I’m trying. – Yeah dad has never ever
even touched his eye. – See that is not what
it’s supposed to look like. If this is how it is gonna start. – Oh no.
– I’m doomed. Look it’s like a jelly fish. – Okay wait, it’s folded. – Well I know. – You gotta fix it. – Thank you. – You’re gonna be like – No I don’t put it in my eye halfway. – Like that. – But you touched it. Now it’s contaminated. – I have clean h– No wait, I touched my eyeball. Yeah, you’re right. – Here just stick it on
my finger, I don’t care. – No. Put it in contact solution. You need to clean it otherwise
you’ll get an eye infection. – Do you want that?
– It looks good dad. It looks good. – Do I want an eye infection? – Yeah. – I want an eye infection like I want – Have you ever had a stye. – No. – Jordan has have like 20. – Don’t use shared contacts. – This again doesn’t look
Audrey and Jordan’s attempt. – Why does this– – It just folds on my finger. – No just pick it up. Take your other hand and no, no. – Take this is. – No don’t drop it, pick it up. – Yeah pick it up.
– Okay. – Pick it up. – You did it. You did it. – There you go. You did do it. – Thank god. First step done. Now put it in your eye. – Ready. There I did it. – I don’t think anyone has purple eyes so. – Guys. This is. I can’t do it. I can’t do it. – Yes. – Don’t how to. This isn’t gonna work. – [Audrey] Hey don’t you
have to look up Jordan? Stretch your eyeball as far as you can. Like stretch. – How much stretch? – Your eyeballs are tiny. – [Jordan] No you’re gonna. – Oh there you go. There you go. Just stick it in. Stick it in. Start from the base and go up. – No. Can you do it for me? Can you
just stick it in me for me? – Oh actually can you? – I don’t know if I can but I can try but I don’t want to do it. – I don’t know if I could do it myself. – Actually it also doesn’t
get stuck in his eye. – I can’t open my eye. – I can probably– – Do I stop up your eye for you? Your fingers are shaking. – [Mom] He’s gonna blink. Don’t blink. – It’s touching your eyelashes. It can’t touch your eyelashes. – And you gotta make your eye bigger. You gotta like really stretch. – How do I physically
make my small eye bigger. It doesn’t work. It defies the shape I am. – Put it in now go. I can’t. I can’t.
– This is one those where I’m laughing but I’m so crying inside. Okay, ready. I’m just gonna do it. Just shove it in. – [Audrey] Oh my god. – Is it dried out? Or is it gonna stick to my finger. – Well we’re gonna see. – I can’t do it. I feel it getting close. – [Jordan] You gotta just touch it. Just go for touch your eyeball. Touch your eyeball. Go. Go for it. – I touched it. It stung. It stung. It stung. I don’t liked it. – [Jordan] Get more contact solution then. – It’s gonna fall on my finger. This is funny. Now it’s slippery ’cause
it’s just all wet. – [Jordan] It’s gonna
stick to your finger. You gotta readjust. – Okay, readjust. – [Jordan] It’s too close. Like you gotta pick it up and
put it back on your finger. – [Audrey] No, no, no, no.
– [Mom] Tip of your finger. The tip of your finger. – [Jordan] Just use the
other hand to pick it up. – Don’t think about it. – [Jordan] You look like you’ll faint. – I don’t know what I’m doing. – You make your eye bigger.
– How close am I? – [Jordan] You’re.
– Is it in? – [Audrey] No. – It folded. It’s not in. – [Mom] You’re almost there. – It is so blurry. – I’m trying too. I don’t know how this is gonna go. – One, two. I felt it touch it. – Yeah you gotta go in. It’s your own eyelas eyelash. It’s not gonna work. You’re gonna your eye bigger. It’s stuck on your eyelashes.
– I can’t make it bigger. I can feel. Oh man, I’m so crying. Look at that. – I’m so crying. – Dad said he’s gone. He’s gonna do it this time for real. Go in. Go in. Go in you’re so close. Don’t blink. Yeah man. He was right about to actually. You were so close. You can go in. Touching your eye. You’ve gotta actually touch
your eye with your finger. – It touched. I felt
something touch my eyeball. – No you. The edge of the contact
touched your eyeball but your finger didn’t
physically touch your eyeball. So you gotta go in farther. Audrey is going again and their
both trying for the mirror. Oh dad’s going to. They’re both gone for it. You guys got this. – I feel like every time I open
my eye, I need to blink. Oh. – Nope, it’s curled in. No don’t do it. – [Mom] Your eyelash caught it. – It’s curled. – No your eyelash kinda
just curling on itself and you were about to put
it in as if it was folded. – I can’t not blink. – [Jordan] Make your eye bigger. Stretch your eye. – I’m stretching. – [Mom] Your eyelashes are– – You’re closing you — – Oh no, it just jelly
fished on my finger. – [Jordan] It’s just getting
caught in your eyelashes. – I keep blinking. – We need to bring down a eyelash curler. Then you really gotta hold
from your eyelashes then. – [Dad] Jordy I’m I’m – Hold this up.
– [Dad] I’m trying my hardest. – [Mom] I would actually love to see this. – I wanna see it. That we need to I think. You’re so close. Go in. Go in. You were so close. You did touch your eyeball. You had at it perfect position. – Oh man I had it almost in too. – Okay go. Oh nope, it fell off. – Everything is blurry. – I’ve got it in. – [Jordan] Audrey yes. – Do you see it? – [Mom] Yeah, it’s a little
but gray but it’s not drastic. – Yeah I can see it. Yeah. – Oh my gosh. Wait. – Hey wait let’s– – My eyeballs are twitching. It’s okay. – [Mom] Yeah makes a little bit grayish. – That’s cool. You did it. – Is it like more gray? – I can’t do it. – You got this dad. Let’s go you got this. – It actually does help
to have curly eyelashes. – Does it? – I think we should bring
out the eyelash curler. That is another one of dad’s fear. – Dad’s crying. – I’m bawling. – Hey the eyelash curler
is dad’s other fear though cause he doesn’t like
anything in his eyes. – Dad put —
– Oh you’re so close. You just.
– I can’t not blink. It just automatically blinks.
– The thing is, you’re right there but you
retracting it before you touch your eye so like your finger
needs to touch your eyeball. – I can’t. – I feel like there’s something in my eye. – Okay ready. Here we go. It’s been like an hour and half. I’m sweating profusely. Here we go. Three two one. – It’s caught on your upper eye lid. Go. – I touched my eye. I felt it touch my eye. – Here I’ll open up your
eyeball, you stick it in. This is teamwork. – You need to open up your upper eyelid. – Here I’ll open up your
eye you stick it in. – If I ever need contacts
I’m just gonna be blind. – Audrey you’re gonna open up the eyeball. – This is far as– – My eyes are open. – Open up the upper lid Audrey. – Okay, here we go. Oh my gosh. Alright, my eye’s dry. My eye’s all dried out. – Okay we may actually
need the eyelash curler. – Okay. Three, two, one, go. Grab my eyelashes. – Go, go, go, go. – You’re like jab my eye. Hold it steady. Here we go. Three, two, one. – It’s still– – [Jordan] Eyelashes Audrey. – It’s still stuck on your. (both girls) Don’t blink. – [Jordan] No. You can’t blink. – I can blink. – You were so close. Get the eyelash curler. We need to do this. It’s too straight. – The curler’s not gonna do any good. – No it will. – It’s too straight.
– Audrey was holding them. – Your eyelashes are– – Hey look it caved in again. It’s not gonna work. – Okay ready. It’s jumbo sized contact. – Touch your eye. Touch your eye. Go in. go in. – Not I lost your eyelashes. – I felt it. – No you felt the edges but your finger isn’t touching your eye. You just gotta go in more. – Okay, last try. We’re gonna do this. – Oh so close. – Oh there’s an eyelash
in my eye now. Great. – This makes everything better. – Dad was just asking seconds ago if there were junior size contacts. – This is one of the king size. – But wait. But you eyes don’t grow from birth. Like your eyes stay the same right? – What? – They don’t — You’re saying my eyes were
this big ever since I was born. – [Audrey] They’re not big. – I think so. – Alright. This is probably dried
out for the 50th time. – [Audrey] He just dips
it in and swirls it. – It’s like it’s all in
weird shaped in here. – [Audrey] You’re just so tiny. – Tiny. – [Audrey] It fits your eyeball. – But there’s like a bubble. Do you see that bubble? Look. – Oh no. – Okay ready. Go. – Okay wait. – Oh this is freaky. Just seeing that. My eye’s dry. – No, no, no, no. Your eyes were too small. Can I do this one? – Okay try. Let’s do it. Hope I’ve not crossed
contaminated my eyeballs. Is the left stuff is supposed
to be in my right one. I don’t know. Okay hurry. Here we go. – You’re so funny. I can’t. Okay. – Glad this is funny. This is like the scariest
thing in the world. – Did you not even attempt to blink. – Oh you just stuck a finger in my eye. – No I didn’t. I touched your waterline. – Alright. I can’t go left-handed into right eye. It’s not gonna work. Glad this is funny. Okay ready. – Okay. – I hate this. This doesn’t feel right. – I’m touching — – You can’t do that. – Fine, but this isn’t gonna working. – Oh I know I it’s not gonna work. – You gotta like. – Oh my goodness. Oh please. – Touch your eye, touch
your eye. Go in, go in. No. It fall. Where is it? It’s on the pillow. Dad’s pillow. – Contact down. Contact down. – Guys we lost the contact. Not that breaks my heart but. – Do you really–ohp. – No we lost the contact. If you don’t mind this little thing– – Okay so dad couldn’t
stick it in his eye but you should touch your eye
just to conquer your fear. – I can’t touch my eye. – Have you not watched
me for last two hours? – No just touch it. – Okay we’re gotta get
rid of that ’cause that’s – Touch it. Touch. – Ew. Ew. – Oh it’s hard. My eyeball’s hard. Oh that’s weird. – You didn’t think your eye was hard? – No I thought it was squichy.
– Ew no. – Oh my eyeball is hard. That’s like the first time
I’ve touched my eyeball. – In years. – Okay now this is all contaminated because it fell on a pillow
that’s not from our house. I don’t know what’s been on it so it’s not going into my eye. – [Audrey] It was gross. – I hope you guys enjoyed laughing at me because my kids sure did. Comment down below if you’ve got a fear of eyeballs ’cause I sure do. – Yeah comment down below
what your fears are. – I feel crazy. – One eyeball that’s gray. – I know it’s crazy with that color. – So the first time I found that I had a eye phobia was in sixth grade. There was a play. It was an Egyptian play and
the teacher wanted to draw some what’s that black stuff? – Oh yeah. – Eyeliner. – Eyeliner on my eye. Didn’t work. I was bawling. It was stringing all down. So ever since then I never wore make up. And I haven’t had touch my eye. – [Mom] Well you actually did wear makeup. – In one of my videos. – You have worn makeup. – Did you put it on my eye though? – Probably not that close. – You didn’t put on my eye. – Probably not that close. – So that’s it for today’s video. We hope it enjoyed it. If you did, give a big thumbs up. Also make sure you subscribe
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