Things Only Old People Say. Ron Ruhman

20 Th09, 2020
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Things only old people say, we've all heard them, but when we start saying them we realize we're becoming old, at least thats what Ron Ruhman thinks. In this clip from Ron Ruhman's Dry Bar Comedy special Ron breaks down the hilarious things only old people say, and what you realize when you start syaing them yourself. Watch Ron Ruman's full Dry Bar Comedy special only at www.drybarcomedy.com/ronr
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  • What if you moved passed "shenanigans" and joined them jumping all over the place.

    no nameno name10 ngày trước
  • Hand basket is an antique purse or lunch box.

    Cathy HughesCathy HughesTháng trước
  • I've used some of these phrases my whole life. Picked up shenanigans from my late grandmother and it was an active part of my vocabulary when I was 12, mainly because I was raised in a household where we weren't allowed to curse unless we were injured or immediately prefaced or followed the curse with the phrase "for lack of a better term." We had 'alternative curse words' for days. Flim-flam-fliggle-floggle-floodle was my favorite because it made all the adults in my family laugh. Like, they knew what I wanted to be saying, but apparently it was hilarious to hear an eight year old censor herself.

    sarah borrinksarah borrinkTháng trước
  • I have not heard those words used since I was a kid and my parents always talked that way! Wow!

    Bruce BornemanBruce BornemanTháng trước
  • What’s a kiniption fit?

    Margaret KingMargaret KingTháng trước
    • @R N where does it come from? X

      Margaret KingMargaret KingTháng trước
    • conniption fit ≈ tantrum

      R NR NTháng trước
  • I'm 28 and occasionally use "irked" 😂

    Caffeinated NationCaffeinated NationTháng trước
  • I'm in my 30s, and "shenanigans" is a regular word used by me and my friends. We're screwed, aren't we? Lol. I actually use most of those terms somewhat often. I blame having old school parents, so my mentality is closer to that of a 60-ye.... Excuse me. Gotta go chase some kids off my lawn. Daggone whippersnappers always causing a ruckus.

    Red TRed T2 tháng trước
  • “Fair to middling”. A “hoot” means, funny or something to hoot about. A ‘hand basket’ is a small basket you carry in your hand. Great stuff.

    Deborah DuthieDeborah Duthie2 tháng trước
  • & THOSE THAT ARE "SAVED" LAUGH AS HELL IS TAKEN LIGHTLY. WWJD?

    NIC SMADANIC SMADA2 tháng trước
  • lol i'm 20 and i've been using "Irked" since i was 16.

    KolourfulNecoKolourfulNeco2 tháng trước
  • Hmmm I'm 33/ south African and I use the word shenanigans 😂

    chin chinnchin chinn2 tháng trước
  • 👋

    Brian's BetrothedBrian's Betrothed2 tháng trước
  • Hes Jim Gaffigan's voice twin!

    K-AK-A2 tháng trước
  • Southerners are not sure if they are old or not. All of these words are used by old and young folks.

    Bhay CoblentzBhay Coblentz2 tháng trước
  • Lost me at "fair to midland". It's "middling". It wasn't awful, but I couldn't get the wrongness out of my head.

    Gregg BloomGregg Bloom2 tháng trước
  • Brilliant, Ron, I love it! Keep it coming :-D

    Vivien KittelVivien Kittel2 tháng trước
  • 😄

    Michele HarrisMichele Harris2 tháng trước
  • Wow I must be old at heart then because I have been saying shenanigans since I was in my early 20s.

    Adventure Seeking ArtistAdventure Seeking Artist2 tháng trước
  • Watching 😍and laughing🤣 out loud from Las 🎲 Vegas 💸 Nevada🎰.

    MrsGreen AppleMrsGreen Apple2 tháng trước
  • What does "Fair to Midland" even mean? Lol 🤣

    Jay Boogie79Jay Boogie792 tháng trước
    • It’s actually ‘fair to middling’ ie pretty average.

      Cat Life ChannelCat Life Channel2 tháng trước
  • This gets released just after "shenanigans" becomes current slang for deceit.

    Sherman CaterSherman Cater2 tháng trước
  • I've just learned some new vocabulary

    NsimbaNsimba2 tháng trước
  • I'm only 28 and have used Shenanigans my whole life, picked it up from my Irish grandma and Scottish grandpa. Being Southern also means I say a lot of those phrases.

    Mechelle CookMechelle Cook2 tháng trước
    • I was thinking that the same thing. My grandfather was southern. We use all kinds of southern words and phrases, people look at me like I'm crazy. 🤩

      traczebabetraczebabe2 tháng trước
  • Some people think that they should start acting like and old person when they get older. They actively change their voice to sound old, speak like their old relatives did when THEY got old, and even dress like old people.

    D.E.B. BD.E.B. B2 tháng trước
  • I've always imagined a handbasket is one of those twine baskets that I've seen in movies that people take on picnics, that have those liftable lids on both sides. HANDbasket because you put your hand in there to take stuff out... idk.

    SarcasmSarcasm2 tháng trước
  • I love the word shenanigans. I use it whenever possible. 😆

    mareirmareir2 tháng trước
  • I'm 23 and i use "shenanigans" regularly

    Mahnoor KhanMahnoor Khan2 tháng trước
  • This guy is great!

    Chuck and Gail PerryChuck and Gail Perry2 tháng trước
  • I got yelled at once because I did not bring that thangy (Not thingy) fast enough. Then I got yelled at again when I brought the hammer? "DON'T YOU KNOW WHAT A THANGY IS? The problem there were 5 thingies to choose from, 3 different types of screwdrivers, a hammer, and one spanner wrench aka crescent wrench aka thangy.

    SuperEmittSuperEmitt2 tháng trước
  • I say fair to Midland all the time.

    Jean WetherbeeJean Wetherbee2 tháng trước
    • Well... Stop. It's middling.

      Rusty LeeRusty Lee2 tháng trước
  • Remember gang, the difference between ordinary and extraordinary is..... that little extra 👌 - Dan, MGR, Shenanigan's Bar and Grill

    norcalrallyxnorcalrallyx2 tháng trước
  • When my father got old and someone asked him how he was doing, he would say "I'm hanging in by a thread" now that I'm 59 and someone asks me how am I doing, I say the same thing. When my boss was 44 years old he would say fair to middlan. I guess when you get that age your old!? I was 34 and had never heard that phrase before.

    Clifford S.Clifford S.2 tháng trước
  • Years ago, I named my personal transport (pickup truck) "The Handbasket". I had that phrase in mind. . . That was more than a decade ago, so I guess I'm going coffin shopping tomorrow.

    Wilf BentleyWilf Bentley2 tháng trước
  • How do I know I'm old? I've read the date on my birth certificate.😉

    Julie BakerJulie Baker2 tháng trước
  • I used to live next door to the Shenanigans. Very annoying, loud family. Also, you absolutely don't want to go to Hell in a handbasket, it sounds very flammable, indeed.

    Robert SchwartzRobert Schwartz2 tháng trước
  • Me, a 20 yr old......shoot

    Airica StarwallAirica Starwall2 tháng trước
  • Haha! Good set!

    BarbieBarbie2 tháng trước
  • hand basket. in the 1800s, brakemen on trains worked on a catwalk on the roof of rail cars. if the train passed under a tree, bridge or other structure while he was up there, or he fell between cars, his remains (after lying in a hot mail car for a week or two in a hand basket) would be dropped off to relatives. (greatgreatsomething was a conductor) may be the origin of "basket case". love ya.

    em1o smurfem1o smurf2 tháng trước
  • Ahhh, comedy that only simple middle americans could laugh at. The elevator music of comedy. If potatoe salad could be funny, it would be funnier than this garbage.

    M HM H2 tháng trước
    • You sound like a hoot.

      mareirmareir2 tháng trước
  • Shenanigans is part of my vocabulary. I don't think of myself as old.

    IrelandVonViciousIrelandVonVicious2 tháng trước
  • This guy lost all credibility as an older person, by being "fair to midland".

    Derek WalkerDerek Walker2 tháng trước
    • Yep! My thought exactly!

      AnnetteAnnette2 tháng trước
  • I'm almost 50 and things are starting to hurt too and my words don't make sense either.😂🤣🙃

    MrsGreen AppleMrsGreen Apple2 tháng trước
  • Good delivery, weak material.

    Boffin GruskyBoffin Grusky2 tháng trước
  • I'm 26 and I say, "It was a hoot." Ha ha

    Lyric MaloLyric Malo2 tháng trước
  • I am trying to laugh, but he is always just below the threshold for actually funny.

    GemcitykidGemcitykid2 tháng trước
    • Gemcitykid Yeah, I didn’t find him very funny. 🤷🏼‍♀️

      Abs AtwellAbs Atwell2 tháng trước
  • Hooot ! Hoooot !! The best there is. Hes a great joker. Thanks. Loved him. Shenanigans!! Super. >>> MAINE USA SEP 2020

    red headed stepchildred headed stepchild2 tháng trước
  • 🤣🤣🤣

    Silky713Silky7132 tháng trước
  • ...lord willing ...

    LevensLevens2 tháng trước
  • Where’s that “thing-a-ma-bob”, “whatcha-a-ma-call-it”, or “whosie- what-sa”

    Nancy BethNancy Beth2 tháng trước
    • Thingamajig, whatchamacallit and dohickermerbobby. All had the same meaning 'that thing over there that I can't remember the name of.'

      sarah borrinksarah borrinkTháng trước
    • Doo-hickey

      Mechelle CookMechelle Cook2 tháng trước
    • I'm over 60. Can soooo relate, right?

      Major Old Lady aka, MomMajor Old Lady aka, Mom2 tháng trước
    • Ha, Ha, you forgot the "thingy-ma-jig"!

      R M BLAKER M BLAKE2 tháng trước
  • Coffin has been ordered!!🤪

    Doug BloxhamDoug Bloxham2 tháng trước
  • A handbasket is the basket that people's heads would fall into when they were chopped off in medieval times

    born2xlr8 yepborn2xlr8 yep2 tháng trước
    • Going to hell in a head basket 🤔 I'm gonna have to try that out. Already drives my husband crazy that I say "barely cracked the surface" instead of scratched.

      Mechelle CookMechelle Cook2 tháng trước
    • Wouldn't that be called a "head" versus a hand basket"???? 🤗 Foot, elbow or ankle basket, anyone? 😉

      Major Old Lady aka, MomMajor Old Lady aka, Mom2 tháng trước
    • @Noneya Basket case came from the practice of carrying severely disabled people about in baskets. Pre-wheelchairs.

      kathy dubykathy duby2 tháng trước
  • Someone asks me how I'm doing and I reply, "I'm able to sit up and take nourishment." My late father used to say that. Now I am too. I'm old.

    The Lonesome FishermanThe Lonesome Fisherman2 tháng trước
    • The Lonesome Fisherman my father is never on time either

      I’m from the futureI’m from the future2 tháng trước
    • I sometimes say "Every day is better than the next". Not a single person has understood that sentence. Read it carefully. If they did they'd ask "That bad huh?"

      Random PersonRandom Person2 tháng trước
    • @Roland Lytle That's a good one too

      The Lonesome FishermanThe Lonesome Fisherman2 tháng trước
    • I use my grandfather's saying, "I ain't dead yet."

      Roland LytleRoland Lytle2 tháng trước
  • Malarkey!

    K VogelK Vogel2 tháng trước
    • I'm thinking most of the Malarky people have by now kicked the bucket.

      Avery Joycelyn Barakuda BlockAvery Joycelyn Barakuda BlockTháng trước
    • Sláinte!

      Mechelle CookMechelle Cook2 tháng trước
  • I say almost all of these

    MintakahMintakah2 tháng trước
  • Although funny, he needs to work on his terminology. The term is Fair to middlin' or middling not Fair to midland.

    Debby McCormackDebby McCormack2 tháng trước
    • @littleangel309 Steiman. people like you are a drain on society. I posted a comment. It wasn't mean or disrespectful but factual. Then you come onto my comment and make statements about me not getting the intelligent joke and so on. So I respond to you in a direct response to YOUR comments and you don't take any responsibility for your words or actions. You're one of those people who can dish it out but when someone calls you out on it you act hurt. If you were legally blind and using a cane like you say, you would not be able to use your tiny little phone to post comments on VIworld. Why don't you go back and read your comments to me. Better yet, have someone you know read them and tell you how you are the one who started this whole mess? You can have all the "evigence" as you said that you want but yours is "evigence" too. Goodbye.

      Debby McCormackDebby McCormack2 tháng trước
    • @littleangel309 Steiman. hahahahahahahaha!

      Debby McCormackDebby McCormack2 tháng trước
    • @Debby McCormack Keep it up.... The more you post the more evigence there is. Keep It up. My inbox is full of Debby Mccormack. The laws are even more strict where you live.

      littleangel309 Steiman.littleangel309 Steiman.2 tháng trước
    • @littleangel309 Steiman. hahahahahahahahaha!

      Debby McCormackDebby McCormack2 tháng trước
    • DEBBY MCCORMICK.. The internet is monitored so that people like you get barred from comment threads that are really for fun type comments.When someone like you goes on and starts calling someone a liar, or telling someone they must have a sad little life,and of the other egregious things you have posted and sent to my phone they get penalized. YOU have gone on and on and keep telling me that Ron Ruhman made a mistake and I said it was not a mistake-it was intentional..you kept insisting that I explain it to you. I t became apparent that you just wanted to battle with his reputauion...and with mine.But I finally realized there was no getting through to you and told you to drop it...that comedy is supposed to be fun. I have never disrespected you...I was just saying to drop it You on the other hand have become one of those people who get pleasure out of reducing yourself to a child's level. I don't tolerate these games of yours. So I have taken steps to stop it.

      littleangel309 Steiman.littleangel309 Steiman.2 tháng trước
  • When you get old, you don’t have the energy to say “shenanigans “.

    Ellen MCEllen MC2 tháng trước
    • yes,you do.... 1st time I "heard" myself say "shenanigans", I couldn't believe it ! That was my Scottish Great Gran's word.

      Rhiannon VorstagRhiannon Vorstag2 tháng trước
  • I say all these 😞

    monkeybearmaxmonkeybearmax2 tháng trước
  • Shenanigans.. I must be old!

    RenRen2 tháng trước
    • I started saying that when I was 19, my grandma said it all the time

      VerelLupinVerelLupinTháng trước
    • William Johnson Haha!

      Abs AtwellAbs Atwell2 tháng trước
    • Shenanigans is fun to say and they're even more fun to participate in.

      William JohnsonWilliam Johnson2 tháng trước
    • William Bilyeu me too.

      Abs AtwellAbs Atwell2 tháng trước
    • I have used that term since I was 12 years old.

      William BilyeuWilliam Bilyeu2 tháng trước
  • After watching this channel for months I literally just realized these comics aren’t cursing 😩😭😂

    I’m from the futureI’m from the future2 tháng trước
    • Thats what makes them funny. Lol

      Scout O.Scout O.Tháng trước
    • Lol😁😂🤣

      André PinnockAndré PinnockTháng trước
    • I know I love it and love the fact others can appreciate that you don’t have to use profanity to be funny!

      AJAJTháng trước
    • You don't miss it. There are much better words to use. 😁

      traczebabetraczebabe2 tháng trước
    • @Jay Boogie79 Absolutely! It's not funny, and a cheap way to get laughsL!

      kb lewiskb lewis2 tháng trước
  • Okay..,.,, I like this guy.

    Rhiannon VorstagRhiannon Vorstag2 tháng trước
    • I see ..,.,..,,

      SarcasmSarcasm2 tháng trước
  • 3rd

    ivcooler Playerivcooler Player2 tháng trước
  • First 🙂

    D'Arcy SykesD'Arcy Sykes2 tháng trước
  • 1st

    Zachary WissingerZachary Wissinger2 tháng trước
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