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Joel Haggis : Is it just me or does bill sing a lot about not being able to go home?

Elemenopi : Bill wurtz. The man who got pregnant with aliens.

nolan le geimer : *_T H E W I N D B L O W S_*

P e t t y B i t c h : _And then I got pregnant_ Oh ok *_WITH ALIENS_* HoL uP

Mlg pro player 291 : "Tell me where the alien touched you, Bill..."

Sydney Hames : i REALLY hope this is what future kids think the Internet was all about in the 2000’s

Bassoonify : When my cat starts singing this to me that's how I can tell we've both had enough catnip

Rookie Cookie : "and they touched me in an interesting way." me: Oh. "and now I'm pregnant" me: Oh no. "with aliens." me: OH NO

CoinBoing : this song makes no sense yet completely explains itself

Pirate Cat : I think he wants to go outside

Riley Deenihan : Did bill forget that the sun is a deadly laser?

Sprout Boy : Has anyone relized this is a trilogy Video 1: how do you find love? Video 2: no seriously, how do find love? Video 3: outside

Graceful yet distasteful : Anyone else just go on random sprees of listening to Bill whilst contemplating the meaning of life or is that just me?

TheDagger456 32 : Everything was pretty normal, then I looked at my phone for 2 seconds and when I looked back up he was pregnant with aliens.

Samovar maker : I watch bill wurtz for the plot

Zoe McLaughlin : this song is a cry for help

Leven Child : What if I wanna go *I N S I D E*

Paigey-poo : If this came on the radio I wouldn’t even question it

A guy who exists : Has anyone else noticed that many of Bill Wurtz's songs refrence changing your name?

DammitSinged : *Pregnant with Aliens*


Mars Parker : "and they touched me in an interesting way" "And now I'm pregnant" "with aliens"

Justin X. : *I T S N O T F U N T H E R E*

Square : All these people trying to analyze bill wurtz.

Mr. Someone : This is the music of the future. *f* *u* *t* *u* *r* *e*

Happy Accidents : This song is amazing. To me he talks about going “outside” that represents him trying to break out of something. I see that something as depression because it’s my interpretation and experience. Depression is like a shell. You put a name, face, and mask to the shell of a human and call it whole. Truly, outside represents going outside of this “depression shell” when it feels right. I see the newspaper as simple things that you forget from the overwhelming numbness. The newspaper gives you that news that you disassociate. The hotel represents an inside with other people inside, perhaps a bunch of mentally ill people working together to help each other. The person in this song realizes that these wrongs can’t make a right and goes back to his own lonely inside, but with a worse mindset, hence the “different plane”. So he goes back to the sad inside alone, and has even stricter parameters to go “outside” or open up to people about his depression. And the song concludes. Maybe I’m just reading in too deep again though.

Isabella Scricco : And I'm here like "What's the outside?" -me and all the introverts

Rebeckahsscanner : ● /|\ <---- Point on the doll where /\ the aliens touched you.

Emory Vens : i'm starting to feel like maybe bill wurtz is asking for help v cryptically

Jason Zhang : ffs Bill, MONETIZE YOUR VIDEOS

G M : One in a billion this guy, hope he is ok and doing well

Mikasa Ackerman : *P R E G N A T W I T H A L I E N S*

YouTub : Genre: People and Blogs

BeanMarioCow : Man, I really wish I knew what happened in the place that he came from.

OHFive Dude : The lyrics of the song remind me of When i Try to rhyme a song that ends up making no sense....

Blue Bird : I noticed in alot of bills songs he makes reference to not being able to go home I wonder if this is indicative of his life (possibly referencing a bad situation or relationship with his family or childhood home) or if it's just a coincidence? Perhaps I'm looking to far into this

Drew Vandeb : i think bill should be our new bob ross

Simon Mitchell : *T o u c h e d M e I n A n I n t e r e s t i n g W a y*

HardCandi : Pubescent boys: *I wanna get inside*

The Ace Of Spades : This is the stuff kids will have to analyze at school in the future

Tad Strange : These videos are so wild yet calming

DommyBomb : And now I'm pregnant...yup, how it works,

Madison Torbert : The best part 0:58-1:16.

James Grainger's ASMR Videos : Agoraphobia national anthem

Joseba Agirre : We can make a religion out of this

Benpai Botkin : 1:07 spaceship gettin a bit spicy there

FenceCow : You can’t go outside because.... THE SUN IS A DEADLY LASER

LethalPancakes : he was high whilst making this

Jack Speakman : the spaceship is my fav part

hmm yes interesting. : ***This story is extremely deep and quite concise.*** After reading the newspaper and learning of all the hardships man faces with the wind and conflicts of growing against how he was raised, he understands that his own humble abode is the best place to be, no one to judge you and he can have his own fun. After a while he gets weary of always being inside, so he wants to go outside but the thought touches him in an *_interesting_* way where he becomes pregnant from overthinking alien thoughts of wanting to go outside, -since he's been inside most of his life.- However, he eventually overcomes these feelings of fear, overjoyed by the brand new day, and steps foot outside. Once he finally bathes in the mystery of being outside he becomes a billionaire, opens his own hotel on the tundra, and changes his ways. He begins to *a s c e n d* towards a different plane of existence and is even more outside than he expected and integrates into society, adjusting his mind to the wavelength of the common downtown civilian and helps to arrest crime. As time goes by, although he forgets the reason why, he understands it was the right decision to go *outside,* attempting to make amends with those he left behind. But it's okay because now he's in a better place. Great piece of work. 10/10