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Guess My Level of Education | Lineup | Cut

Guess My Level of Education | Lineup | Cut

– What’s your vibe? – I play Magic, I play Cribbage. – I feel like you are a magician. This jacket is full of secrets. (laughing) Maybe, high school drop out vibe? – Fuck me! (mischievous music) – Hi.
– Hi. – [Interviewer] What’s your name? – I’m Allen. – I’m Curtis. – I’m Blimes.
– And I’m Gab. – Together we’re Blimes and Gab. – We’re in a hip hop duo. – [Interviewer] What’s
your level of education? – I have a Bachelor’s Degree. – GED – I dropped out of college. – I was a mechanical
engineer as an undergraduate then I got a Masters
degree in Architecture. – I’ve done like a two year program. School’s just like not my vibe. – [Interviewer] You are
going to be guessing everyone’s level of education. (mischievous music) – I’m a good person, I swear. (laughing) – Hey. (footsteps) – [Interviewer] Who
looks the least educated out of this group? – Hmm. – I’m go wit’ you my man. (laughing) I think he’s trying to
throw us off with the suit. – Lil’ try hard? – Yeah.
– Lil’ try hard. – Damn. Don’t worry I’ll be up there in a minute
(mumbling) don’t worry
(laughing) I got something for ya.
(laughing) – I’m Sorry man.
(mumbling) – Hello. Wonderful. Turquoise.
– Hi Andrea Nice to meet you.
– Andrea, fabulous. – First impressions. Rockstar.
– Thank you! – What kind of work do you do? – I am self-employed. – And, what kind of work do you do? – Customer Service. – (laughs) Self-employed,
customer service. – I work with people. – (laugh) All right. – I make them feel good about themselves. – That’s interesting in the sex trade? – (laughs) No. – Okay. (laughing) – Let me see looking at the ends of your hairs. Let’s see. Okay, maybe you just got a trim. – I think she went to beauty school. – Are you an artist? Like
– Yeah. – I think you do tattoos and I don’t think you need
to go to school for that. Maybe (laughs) a high school drop out. – You were like, “Fuck school
(laughing) “I’m gonna pursue my dreams of “singing in my screamo emo band.” (laughing)
Right? – So, I dropped out of high school. – Okay.
– You were totally right. Fuck education. – Fuck education!
– Like the typical public school route fuck that! (laughing) – Yes! – And, so I went to cosmetology school. – Nice! – I am a hair stylist.
– Okay. – Yeah!
(cheering) Thank you! – Only because we work
with people like you all the time.
– All the time. – That’s what made made it easy.
– We should’ve worked with you today. – Yeah, what the hell? – You’re like giving me like
a fratty-bro kind of vibe. Like the ones that used to pick me up and throw me out of the parties. (laughing) – What kind of work do you do? – I work in a hospital. – You work in a hospital. – I sometimes clean up messes. – (laughs) Do you contribute
to making the messes? – Yeah. – You are starting to sound
more and more like a doctor. – How much money do you make? – 35 thousand cool dollars a year. – Oh okay.
– Okay. Dammit.
(laughing) – I would hope that you that you didn’t go to
college and have that I mean shit
(laughing) you’re paying that much
a year to go to school. – Right, no way you’re gonna
get out of debt on that. – I want to say high school diploma just for your sake, but – Let’s say GED. I don’t think he went to school man. – Okay, GED. – You went to a four year university so you just like party it up a little bit and you were like, “Fuck it “I’ll like get a communications
degree, or something.” And you were just like
butt-chugging Coors Light all day. (laughing) So was I right? – No. – Okay, shoot, not at all. – Not at all. – Okay.
– I am a PhD student. – What are you studying? Why are you – I’m studying the
molecular biology of aging. (laughs)
– How old do you think I am? (laughing) – 25. – Oh my God! (laughing) – Are people surprised? – Sometimes, yeah. I think I am the second African-American in the program’s history. – Why are you studying this? – Oh, it’s actually a
really selfish reason. – Nice. – To see if I could live a long time. – The PhD is to solidify
that higher pay grade, yeah? – Hopefully. – I want you to make more money. – Hello, what’s your name? – Eddy. – I am so sorry. – Eddy. – Eduh. – Eddy, E-D-D-Y. – Eduh. – Eddy.
– [Interviewer] Eddy! – Eddy! – Yeah!
(laughing) – Where you from Eddy? – My mom and dad are from Guatemala but I was born here in
Bellevue, Washington. – Bellevue. – So, your parents, what
are their expectations like? – Well, they were worried about me like getting someone pregnant but that’s not gonna happen. (laughing) – I think Eddy’s in college right now. – He looks like he is
sixteen, I’m very confused. (laughing) I would assume he is like
still in high school. Am I right? – No, I have a bachelor’s.
(gasps) – Are your parent’s proud of you? – I think so, like, my mom and dad neither one of them went to school. Like my dad does not know
how to read or write. – Is anybody in your
family looking up to you? – My little sisters are about
to graduate from high school. So, they’re like applying to college. So, it’s like nice being
able to like help them cause, when I was applying
to like college and stuff like I didn’t have any guidance. – Nice.
– Yeah! – Well tell me about the work you do. – I do a little graphic design. I’m a sketch illustrator. I help with adult entertainment. – In order to do what you do you kind of have to have
a handle on art history. I’m just guessing that you have a bachelor’s
degree in fine arts? – Will you take the glasses off for us? (laughing)
– Are those prescr– Oh yeah, those are
– They’re very – super prescription.
– It’s super real big. – Damn, that is a
– Yeah. – very thick lens. – Yeah it is.
– Okay. – Mm-hmm, we’re talking education. – I can see you being a doctor. – You give me gamer vibes.
– Yes. – And I feel like gamers wouldn’t go to college. Am I right? – I actually have a master’s degree. – Dammit.
– It’s okay. – In what? – College student
personnel administration. – I, to this day, am not
really using my degree. – How much debt are you in. – I’ve still got tens of thousands to go. It’s not great.
– That is anxiety. – Yeah, it’s not good. (mumbles) or life-wise.
– And, for something that you’re like not using. – Yeah, it sucks. – Come on down Mr. Suit. – I am Dante. – What’s good Dante? – {Interviewer] Can you
tell me again why he is – The dumbest looking mother fucker here? (laughing) – Why I got to be the dumb mother fucker. – It is the hair, man. (laughing) – The suit with the Jerry Curl. – Oh you mother
(laughing) – You wanna buy a timeshare from him? (laughing) – You’re so mean. – What’s your vibe? – I play Magic, I play Cribbage. – I feel like you are a magician. This jacket is full of secrets. (laughing) – Maybe, high school drop out vibe. You were like, “Fuck it. “I wanna be a magician.” – (laughs) What the fuck? – Looks like your hair
is nice and moisturized. – Yes ma’am. – Okay, cool, cool, cool. – Oh, there’s a ring. (gasps) Okay, okay, I am going with and a watch. You’re a car salesman. – Fuck!
(laughing) – You have a high school
diploma and that’s you’ve stopped. Maybe you started working
there in high school. You’re like the detailer, I don’t know. – Fuck.
– Oh! This is getting so much worse! – Yes, it is!
– Why am I? – What the fuck is wrong wit’ you? – Am I right? – Fuck no. – Oh. – Jesus Christ.
– Okay. – About like all of it? – All of it! No, no!
– Aah! – Have you ever seen a black magician? I’ve never even seen one.
– That is the magic of it. (laughing)
– Oh my fuck! – I went to Morehouse College
on an academic scholarship. – I’ve got a AA, a BA
and a Master’s degree. – You’re amazing. – What did you get your Master’s in? – Athletic administration. My bachelors and my AA are in IT. I used to teach SQL. I used to teach HTML, CSS and all that. I make all my white
students call me Master. – Oh my God (laughs nervously) – You’re like a PhD bitch. (laughing) – Why do you say that? – You’re so intimidating I feel like you can like read into my soul and you were like taught in
school how to do that for like years. – You have small hands. – I, yes.
(laughing) – That means you type. – [Interviewer] So you think? – She is a type typer. The people who do the coding thing. Do you have to go to college for that? – Yes. – Yeah, that’s right.
(laughing) You’re the guy.
(laughing) Bachelor’s in coding? – No. – I do have a PhD.
(applause) – Wow, oh my God.
– Yay. – I could see it.
– Good on you. – I could see it. – Okay.
– Okay, in what? – Anthropology. – Okay, I took in that my freshman year at WSU.
– Oh, okay. – Fuckin’ hated it. (laughing) – What do you do with your degree? – I am a post-doc. – What is a post-doc? – Basically, it is a
continuation of your training. If you wanna stay in academia and go on to the professoriate. – That sounds boring.
(laughing) – Are you a doctor? – I am a doctor? – What is your last name? – Cruz. – Dr. Cruz! – Yes! – Hi, I am Curtis, sorry,
what was your name? – Serene, nice to meet you.
– Serene, nice to meet you. You’re very polite and put together. I think do some school. – Oh, you definitely went to college. – (laughs) Yeah. So, we got that out the way. – Uh-huh. – What level? – (laughs) Right. – Hmm.
– Hmm. Maybe a Master’s. – I don’t know. – Do you know what a cohort is? – Mm-mm. – No Master’s. (laughing) – I definitely think you’re a doctor. – Okay. – Yeah, like a gyno. I trust you with my vagina.
– Why? (laughing) – Tell me about your work. – I am a project engineer
for an electrical company. – So I’ve worked with a
lot of project engineers. – Okay. I’ll say you have a bachelor’s
degree in some sort. Am I right? – Nope. (laughing) – I graduated high school,
so I just have a diploma. – I’ve worked with some
really good project engineers that never went to college. Do you feel you’re treated differently because you don’t have a degree? – To a certain extent, yes. – Do you regret not getting a degree? – No. – I did a little
– Okay. – like, less than a year of college and I decided that I was doing it for my family, not for myself. – Good for you. – Nice to meet you.
– Nice to meet you. – Hi, I am Angie. – Hi, Angie. – What kind of work do you do? – I work with kids that
have a troubled past. – Did you come from a troubled past? – I did.
– Uh-huh. – I’m saying your education is maybe high school. – Do you have siblings? – I do. – Are you the oldest, youngest? – Yes, I am the oldest of seven. – You wanted to be a leader. – Mm-hmm. – She went to school. I think like a four year. – [Interviewer] In what? – Something that like I might
find like kind of boring. You know what I mean?
– (laughs) I like that you just called me boring. – No, no, no.
– It’s great. – I think that you, like Oh my God I am sweating. (laughing) – Education is important
if you work with kids. – Working with kids doesn’t
mean that you went to school. I know too many people that maybe shouldn’t be working with kids that probably should have went to school. I don’t think she went to school. – Not to college?
– Mm-mm. High school? GED? – Yeah. – So, you’re right, but you’re also wrong. – Okay, like that. – My mom kicked me out when I was 17. – Okay. – I help raise my siblings but, with that I had to
miss a lot of school. I wasn’t able to finish that
last year of high school but, I did end up going back to school. Completed my Bachelor’s in law and justice with a Minor in Psychology and I’m now continuing on to
my Master’s in Criminology. – Wow (laughs) – Nice, okay.
– Damn. – Nice, the underdog.
– Totally not expecting that. – How much of your upbringing led to what you decided
to pursue and study? – Working with juvenile offenders. It’s funny, you can pull
up my name and you can say “Oh hey, I got in trouble.” But this is part of my past and I wanna help kids work on their past. I had certain teachers and individuals I could go talk to. I just want to help people the way that other people helped me. – So nice meeting you. – It’s so nice meeting you too. (laughing) – [Interviewer] How was this? – I think we
– Shut the fuck. – We might have made a
lot of enemies today. (laughing) – [Interviewer] Who’s now
the enemy of Blimes and Gab? – I know he’s probably like
– They said I was dumb. – “God damn.”
– They said I was dumb, yeah. – We didn’t say dumb. We just said the least educated. – [Interviewer] Now say
something smart about education. – Ah! (laughing) That’s the rudest thing
anyone’s ever asked me to do. – [Interviewer] Say
something poignant about – Boignant? – [Interviewer] Poignant. Poignant – [Interviewer] Yeah. – Do you guys know what
the fuck poignant means? – Yes.
– Yeah. (laughing) – Yes we do, we have degrees. – I don’t know.
– It’s okay, I don’t know. – [Interviewer] All right, thank you. – Yeah. (applause) Okay, nice to meet you. (applause) Woo!

Reader Comments

  1. I'm a good person, I swear!! lol My sister, if you and I have to say that, we're probably not, lol just kidding!!

  2. "I play magic"
    "I feel like you are a magician… maybe high school drop out"

    Man-in-suit: Fuuuuucckkk meee????

  3. The ones I would've gotten wrong were
    1). Eddy (Guatemalen guy) . He has a B.A. but I bet it's in one of the simpler programs.
    2). Serene. She comes across as classy and educated. She works with educated engineers so that threw me off.
    Although I would've guess Captain Jerry Curl was educated, I would never have guessed just how educated.
    Everyone else was pretty easy for me to guess (80% right isn't bad). The easiest ones were white-haired old guy, gay Curtis (no way would he have the discipline to sit through classes), the rapper girls and the rocker chick.

  4. THEY ROASTED THE FUCK OUTTA THAT MAN !!!!$&&&&))788&665;)$ to be fair, his haircut isn’t the most flattering ?

  5. Definitely the best group of people so far perfect assortment of personalities. Legit had me laughing and engaged the whole time.

  6. Why do gay guys act like that? Serious question
    And I thought that first chick was a cam model too. Old guy wasn't off with the shit she was saying. And her saying Fuck education… Typical.
    Those rappers being mean but without doubt I would've guessed them as dumbest looking.
    And Angie is wifey material oof

  7. The "rock star" does that shrug when the older guy asks if she's in the sex trade. Girl, you literally answered his questions the way a sex worker might. We were all thinking it.

  8. Omg I also took anthropology my freshman year at WSU. I wonder if we're the same age!

    Update: we're the same age, so I may or may not have taken anthropology with Curtis. Note, I also hated anthropology.

  9. “Have you ever seen a black magician??”
    “That’s the magic of it!”


  10. Guys why would you go to college for useless degrees that you don't even use
    Also, I like Curtis so much

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