Making $35,000 Bonsai Scissors

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Dan Dragon : So does this cutting edge technology need some price cuts? I think it is shear fascination.

Sandy Hooker : the price for his scissors wouldn't be so high, if sasuke had a rival company named naruto across the street trying to be hokage of scissor making.

ScramJamJohnson : I like to picture the bonsai guy making his order for a new pair of scissors and then just sitting on a wooden stool for an entire year until the scissors are done, and then using them to cut one single branch from his bonsai tree.

Modern Plays Games : Most expensive one is 32,000. So lets make the title 35,000 seems legit

Shaggy Rogers : after getting beaten up by Naruto, Sasuke started a scissor business

E.L meowmeow : Theres always that one kid at school flexing his scissors

CODER QN : I picked up a pair of Utility Shears from Harbor Freight for $1.99 that look similar to those. I use them for trimming bonsai and succulent plants. They work great. ;-) https://www.harborfreight.com/6-inch-utility-shears-67145.html

R134eS2o : Yeah that's great and all, but I have a rock.

Slim Shady : Hishakawa then entered a dollarstore and thats how Sasuke’s lost its only customer. -The End.

I leave mean comments : When you move into price ranges that are that far removed from normal ranges... they often reflect whats called "signaling". This is absolutely the case with the bonsai "craftsman". He buys the overpriced scissors because they are a social signal reflecting that he is in a special high class. It's like a degree from Harvard... even though the information obtained at Harvard is freely available online from HarvardX or MITOpenCourseWare... people still pay literally 3/4ths of a million dollars for a piece of paper that says they "graduated" from that particular location. Literally the ONLY reason for paying that amount is because of the degree's social signaling power. It is exactly the same with the $30,000 dollar shears.

Pank : "The most expensive one is $32,420" Title of the video : MAKING $35,000 BONSAI SCISSORS

Fede Donzelli : Now imagine this video made about your typical two rednecks (no offence) one makes $32.000 bottle openers and the other talks about how the perfect bottle opener communicates with the carbon molecules in the beer.... just because they are all japanese and stuff doesn't mean it's not a load of crap!! :)

Lt. Surok : Well, Sasuke has always been a bit edgy.

BOMBON187 : What's next Hashirama wooden chopsticks?

MrCorvusC : Obviously overpriced and overcomplicated. He "researches" scissors for a year before making them for customer? Give me a fucking break. This is one of the most pretentious things I've heard in my life. Cork sniffing doesn't make scissors of better quality.

Reddytheteddy Reddytheteddy : lovely how in Japan every Craftsmanship is treated as an art, which of course it is.

Vilhelm Biro : A giant ship engine failed. The ship’s owners tried one expert after another, but none of them could figure but how to fix the engine. Then they brought in an old man who had been fixing ships since he was a young. He carried a large bag of tools with him, and when he arrived, he immediately went to work. He inspected the engine very carefully, top to bottom. Two of the ship’s owners were there, watching this man, hoping he would know what to do. After looking things over, the old man reached into his bag and pulled out a small hammer. He gently tapped something. Instantly, the engine lurched into life. He carefully put his hammer away. The engine was fixed! A week later, the owners received a bill from the old man for ten thousand dollars. “What?!” the owners exclaimed. “He hardly did anything!” So they wrote the old man a note saying, “Please send us an itemized bill. The man sent a bill that read: Tapping with a hammer………………….. $ 2.00 Knowing where to tap…………………….. $ 9,998.00 Effort is important, but knowing where to make an effort makes all the difference!

Rohan : What are the odds, he's the only traditional craftsmen left in Japan while Sasuke was the only Uchiha clan descendent left.

MEMBERS ONLY BE THE CLIQUE SUCK A DICK LIL BITCH : so the last uchiha is making scissors now?

Hayden Prichard : Jacks Uncle: “Jack I want you to go to the market at the castle, and get a new Ford F-150 with the 35,000$ you got from selling those beans” Jack: “ok” (Jack returns without the car) Jacks uncle: “jack where’s the F-150 I told you to buy?!” Jack: “ oh, well I was about to buy the Ford F-150 but then I saw these cool scissors so I got them instead. Anyway what would you do with a truck anyway gas won’t be refined for the next couple century’s”. Jacks uncle: “hmfff well you do have a point let me see those scissors” (Jacks uncle cuts jacks throat, then walks out back and trims his bonsai tree....END)

Ahsan Ahmedzai : A scissor that expensive, I am thinking how much will that Bonsai Tree cost? O.o

Computer : The last scissor shop huh?....... I wonder why. Apparently it's cool to document businesses that are no longer relevant due to progress as long as they are really nice looking and exotic. He's human, he makes good scissors, he charges too much, and there's almost no demand. I feel sorry for him, honestly I do in the best way possible.

MortyIsTrash : "Chidoriii" oops wrong sasuke Edit omg thanks for the likes (only got 1 and that's me)

PineApple Giraffe : At 3:10 if u listen closely you can hear the name naruto

rillloudmother : no pressure but, your pronunciation of the name Sasuke dishonors all native english speakers.

Michel : Picasso is sketching at a park. A woman walks by, recognizes him, and begs for her portrait. Somehow, he agrees. A few minutes later, he hands her the sketch. She is elated, excited about how wonderfully it captures the very essence of her character, what beautiful work it is, and asks how much she owes him. “5000 francs, madam,” says Picasso. The woman is incredulous, outraged, and asks how that’s even possible given it only took him 5 minutes. Picasso looks up and, without missing a beat, says: “No, madam, it took me my whole life.”

PHOTON : the scissors cost more than my engineering degree!

Mini Tig #3 : *Naruto Voice* SAAAASUUUKKKKKEEEEE!

Snapbomb !! : Who ever buys the siccors they r a certified crackhead

Aryan Raval : Wowwwww !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 👏🔥😂🙌😭✨ lmao 😂 Naruto and Sasuke memes lmao 😂

Jonathan Woollett-Light : One of the best things about Japanese culture, is to take pride in how well you can do your profession not simply to take pride in the profession itself.

Iam Blaze! : They have Sasuke but where is Naruto.

Wake Boarder : The narrator said the brand name wrong

Dog muffins : Who needs $450 Gucci when you can get $32000 scissors

siningwow : By the time the bonsai guy gets his scissors the trees have fully grown so he gives the trees away and has to start some new ones.

Hatera : Nah ill stick with my $1.50 pre-school training scissors thank you very much.

I’m not weird : What camera do that use?

Dryden Lalonde : I’ll stick to Kraft scissors... ✂️

Michael Robins : Japanese overthink simple stuff, no wonder why they are so depressed, take life easy

Blndsundoll 4mj : *Sharper than my non existent jaw line*

SirOleMayo : $35,000 Bonsai Scissors vs $3 Walmart Scissors

ADO Photoshop Breakdowns : Bruh, my 1$ trauma shears probably work just as well...

PizzaPlayer : pretty sure he has a competitor named naruto.

Samuel Carrillo : This man the Luke sky walker of Japan

BlueSword : 0:15 NARUTOOOOOOOOOOO

J Lee : I am stunned by the lack of naruto jokes in the comments section

My Instant Search : Japan the land of Craftmanship

Dabzey : Suzuki scissors

Waliid Jama : So that's what Sasuke was doing when he left konoha!

Ryuketsu Kasai : Sasuke c0me bak to the veggie with us