Treat People Like They’re Dyeing!


Hey, guys! So I don’t know if it’s
just me, but I feel like lately a lot of people have been a lot
ruder to other people than they have been in the past. Ruder. Ruder. I’m ruder, but he’s ruder. Ruder–What? Why does
that sound so weird? Quick little spell check…ruder…nope! No squiggly red lines,
so it must be a real word! Don’t act like you guys don’t do that. But anyway, I’ve kind of noticed
that people in general seem to be getting ruder.
More rude…er. I feel like, growing up,
I didn’t witness nearly as many rude people as I do now. Then again, I did grow up in Hawaii,
and if you’re rude there, most of the time you just get beat up. I mean, I guess beating up people
is a little rude too, but I mean.. Off topic! Anyway, I feel like the world is
becoming a more and more hateful and negative place lately. For example, I was at the coffee shop
the other day and I witnessed a guy who slipped and kinda spilled
some coffee on another guy, who reacted pretty rudefully. Oh! I’m so sorry. What the f*ck’s your problem, bro?! Yes, if someone spills anything
on you it’s pretty upsetting, but you don’t have to go
and curse them out. And then, another day, I was at the gym–
it was actually a while back ’cause I was at the gym–
clearly, you know, I don’t even lift, bro. I was walking by these
two fairly attractive girls and being the nosy person that I am,
I was kind of ease-dropping on their conversation. And basically they were talking
about another girl that they were looking at that was on a treadmill. Do you see what she’s wearing?! – You do not come in the gym like that.
– Mmm-mmm. Hasn’t she ever heard of shaving? And then most recently,
which pretty much inspired me to make this video, I had to go
to a place where there’s nothing but built up anger, frustration, and just
all around rudeness and hate throughout the entire facility. Next. I said next! If you’re a driver, you know
exactly what I’m talking about. But you get the point. I mean, I get it. Everyone has
bad days, including myself. I mean, I’m not gonna lie,
sometimes I do feel like pushing back the guy who bumped
into me on a crowded street, or yelling at a waitress who
brought me the wrong order after making me wait an hour,
or even flipping off a guy who cut me off in traffic. But then I think of a model that I
kind of made up and it’s helped me be a much more friendly
and positive person. And we all know all the generic
things we heard growing up: Be nicer to others or treat people
how you want to be treated. But those sayings are so vague
and overused that the moment something bad happens,
or if we’re having a bad day, we just completely forget about it. Which is why I created
a new campaign that is even more straight-forward and hopefully
a little less forgettable. The “Treat People Like
They’re Dyeing” campaign. I know it might sound a little negative,
but it’s the complete opposite. If everybody treated each other
as if they weredyeing, people would be friendlier
and more forgiving. For example, if you knew a guy
wasdyeingand he accidentally spilled coffee on you, I guarantee
that you would not yell at him and you would not curse him out. Seriously, don’t worry about it.
It’s just a shirt. Most people would not yell
at a guy who’sdyeing. The world would have less
mean girls because no one talks crap behind adyeingperson’s back. She’s so inspirational! Seriously, she’s so brave. In general, people would
just be nicer to each other. Hi! So sorry to keep you waiting.
What can I do for you? But not only will people
be nicer to each other, but when people realize
that they’redyeing, a lot of times that’s when
people live life to its fullest. No longer will people have
to put off all the things they wanted to do in life. No longer will people have to wait
until their father’s death bed to hear the words, “I’ve always
been proud of you, my son.” No longer will people wait to chase
after their real dreams. Some people may know their
expiration date and some don’t, but in reality we’re alldyeingright now because none of us live forever. Every second of every day
we’re one step closer to death. And I think it’s about time we
started treating each other like it. So the next time someone does
something bad or upsetting to you and you feel like responding
negatively, just remember: If you want to make this world
a better place, spread the positivity. Treat people like they’redyeing. (inspirational music) Let’s make the world
a more positive place… Treat people like they’re dyeing… The hell?! That was so bad.
That was so cheesy. – This entire video was so–
– I’m dyeing. Inspirational! I wish I had
that kind of courage. Teehee!