Previous: Steve Jobs and a Song
Next: Coming Out and Sperm Spikes



View count:289,377
Last sync:2023-01-19 05:01
You can play lots of Truth or Fails here:

In which John goes to a meeting of Medical Librarians and then shares with you a truth or fail on the subject of animal mating. Okay, I have to get back to looking for TFiOS errors now.


Shirts and Stuff:
Hank's Music:
John's Books:


Hank's Twitter:
Hank's Facebook:
Hank's tumblr:

John's Twitter:
John's Facebook:
John's tumblr:


Other Channels
Crash Course:
Hank's Channel:
Truth or Fail:



A Bunny
( - -)
((') (')
Good morning Hank, it's Monday. Progress!

Okay Hank, today is the last day I can make meaningful changes to The Fault in Our Stars and no offense to you but I don't wanna spend the day with you, I wanna spend time with the book because it's our last day together.

Alright, hold on I gotta go talk to the Medical Librarians of Indiana.

I'm only gonna videotape a few things, just ignore it. I've lived with this thing for four years now, um, hi Hank.

I just made a good joke about, I'm on steroids, to sign all the books, and I don't know if I can get in the Guinness Book of World Records because it's like technically performance enhanced signing. It was funnier the first time.

That was fun. Medical Librarians are so nice, Hank. Okay Hank I have to go back to The Fault in Our Stars but I'm not leaving you high and dry, instead I'm giving you a Truth or Fail, specifically one about animal mating, so... that's nice of me. The TFioS-ometer is gonna go down a little bit because I filmed this in the past, but yeah, enjoy.

So Hank, I will see you on Wednesday but now I will test your knowledge of animal mating with a Truth or Fail.

Hello and welcome to Truth or Fail the YouTube game show. Today we're gonna do it like they do it on the Discovery Channel and talk about animals, and their mating habits.

Fact 1: Giraffes. Just kidding there will be no giraffes. The rules here are simple I give you two purported facts; you either click on the true one or you fail. It's just like a regular game show except instead of playing for prizes you are playing primarily to learn things that you wish you could forget about animal mating. However one person chosen at random who finishes the game will receive a signed copy of one of my books, so, wooooo.

Alright, let's get right to it, here are your first set of facts. Fact 1: The desert grassland whiptail lizard is a species of clones. The population is entirely female and they self fertilize their own eggs so each offspring is a clone of the original.

Or Fact 2: The male red sided gardener snake is so rare that females much copulate with any males they come across and usually that is either a father or a brother.

Alright so which is it gonna be? Click on one of those over there. Do you believe in the incestuous gardener snakes or do you believe in the terrifying attack of the clones whiptail lizards?

It's time to make your choice. You just click, unless you're on an iPod, in which case you can't play this game because annotations don't work. I'm sorry, go to your computer, okay, it's weird, the mobile internet taking everything over, just go to your computer.

By the way, do you like the uhh, the suit? I dressed up cause it's about animal sex. Alright click or you are going to fail. You have like five, four, four, three, two, one, FAIL.