How to Time Travel with Doctor Who (REACT: Advice #44)

How to Time Travel with Doctor Who (REACT: Advice #44)


♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ Zachary OBrien asks… “There is a girl that I like, and I can’t talk to her because
she is always with her friends. What do I do?” Wow, Zach, you got to
get in there somehow. Work your way in
through her other friends. Well, I know it’s kinda scary,
but just go over and just kinda say,
“Hi, can we talk for a second?” I’m sure her friends
will let you talk to her. Compliment her. Say, “Hey, I really like your sneakers,” or, “I like your bracelet,” or something. Don’t play games.
Don’t try to act goofy or funny. It doesn’t matter
if her friends are around. Just tell her and try to ask her out. Forget about her friends
for a second and just think, “It’s just me and…”
whatever girl you’re talking about. And just talk to her
as if there’s nobody around. Don’t be afraid to take a chance, because if you impress her friends, then they’re gonna tell her
to date you. (clicks tongue) Don’t be scared just ’cause there’s a whole
gaggle of girls around. Just go for it. If you really
like her, you won’t care. And everyone else in
her little friend group will be like, “OMG, did you see Zach? He was so cute. OMG, you should date him.” Kierstyn818. “What time period should I visit
when traveling with The Doctor?” “Traveling with The Doctor?” What? Oh, oh, oh, oh! The Doctor Who.
Oh, that Doctor. Golly, that’s been going on for years. Oh, the dream job:
traveling with The Doctor. You should probably go to the dinosaurs, like the Jurassic period. Maybe when everyone in Greece
believed in mythology. That would be pretty cool. I would like to go to
the Roman Empire period. I’m a little bit nuts about the armor,
the sword fighting. The Renaissance! The Renaissance is literally
the time where everything’s new, but then, at the same time,
everything’s still old. I’d really like the French Revolution. It has to be somewhat fun, right?
There’s beheadings. 1800 England. Life is different. You wear
those wonderful gowns. Just hold your nose, (laughing)
’cause I believe it smells a lot. The ’50s, because
there were less problems, less problems with society,
and less drugs, less everything. The ’60s. I don’t really know why I like the ’60s. I just like the cars in the ’60s. I would go back to the ’90s
when I was little. Pop music was great in the ’90s, and that’s my favorite time period. I would suggest going to the future, seeing what crazy technology we create and seeing how civilization is.
Maybe past the year 3000. Go back to when Rose was alive, because Rose is my favorite character. (whispering) Rose is awesome. XRroxanneX says… Stop. I’m gonna cry. Okay. “How am I supposed to
get Justin Bieber to like me if he has all these crazy girls
chasing him everywhere all the time?” I love you so much.
We just connect on this one. I don’t even know where to start.
It’s virtually impossible. Try to go up to him and talk to him, unless his bodyguards don’t let you. Go with a friend that’s probably
a little bit stronger than you. Ask them if you can go on their shoulders. And be like, “Justin Bieber!” The zanier, the crazier,
the more outrageous, the better your chances. Get a huge tattoo of
Justin Bieber’s face on your back. Stalk him. Go to all of his concerts, wait in line for him all the time. Wait for him to come out,
and say hi to him. If you send him a thousand
messages or whatever, he’s got to see it. I would tend to be just different,
maybe simple and plain. And that will get his attention, ’cause all these girls are
so fancy and overdone. If you are in the market
or somewhere in a real situation– not in a concert, not in a set–
then they’re more likely to just say hello to you
when you say hi to them. So you see him at Starbucks.
Just accidentally bump into him. And just be like, “Oh sorry.
Uh, let me get that for you.” Just pretend that
you don’t know who he is. And he’ll be like, “OMG.
That girl doesn’t know who I am. I need to date her.” (aggressive wheeze) I don’t want to give you
the suggestion to stalk him, because it’s not always fun. But I have, so I don’t know. He loves you, I promise you. If you’re a Belieber,
he loves you anyways. Like, just know in your heart
that he loves you. This is from brittlanaynay. “How can I get summer break
to come faster?” I wish, I wish there was
some way we could do this. Just get older. Every year will go faster. Go into hibernation for a little bit. And just sleep it out. Home school. (laughing)
Probably the best way, because you can control the time. Ask your teacher how many
weeks are left of school. And just think every day, “It’s only–” Let’s say it’s seven weeks.
“It’s only seven weeks.” And then once that week is done,
“It’s only six weeks!” Start planning ahead,
and start enjoying it before it comes so you’ll have more fun when it does come. Start making plans. What are you gonna do? Where do you want to go?
Who do you want to be with? Don’t get bored ever,
and then summer will come. As soon as you get home
from school, for example, do all of your homework,
get it out of the way. And then just pretend like
you’re on summer break for the next few hours
until you go to sleep. Pretend that it’s already summer break. Go to the beach or the pool,
and just hang out with your friends. Kill your finals, and then it’s summer. And then you get to party even more. Blaciet100 wants to know… “How do I stop saying
‘like’ every other word?” I hate that myself. I know a lot of people
that do say, “like, like.” Just get it out of your vocabulary. Find a close friend who you know
will, like, stay on top of this. And tell them that every single time
that you say “like” or “um” or whatever, have them,
like, punch you or flick you. Find another word,
I guess, such as “dude.” Instead of saying “I, like,
can’t believe this, like, happened,” “Dude, I can’t believe
this happened, dude.” Just stop. Think before you speak. Really think about what
you’re saying before you say it. And any time you’re about
to say the word “like,” instead of saying “like,” just pause and just
think for a little bit. And then you’ll formulate your sentence, and it’ll come out very well
and very clearly. I guess you can try to catch
yourself most of the time. And then, like– see? I don’t know. It’s, like– I just said “like”! (whimpers) You can try thinking hard about
what you’re saying and, like– oh my god, I just said “like.” I can’t. I don’t know, because
I say “like” every other word. Thanks for watching
this episode of Advice. Subscribe. There’s new shows every week. Do you need some help? Put your questions in the comments,
and we’ll help you out. Goodbye. Like, goodbye. Like, goodbye. ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪

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