Emotional Damage: Asian Parent Punishments 3

Emotional Damage: Asian Parent Punishments 3

Welcome to my therapy session. Made this for homework.

Emotional damage is about to sell out! Best of Luck!

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21 Responses

  1. The Big Happy. says:

    This is what they need to teach us in school.

    The discipline of Emotional Damage must last throughout adulthood!

  2. Joey Yeee says:

    As an Asian teenager with Asian parents, I’m telling you guys, these are pretty dang accurate lol

  3. Default says:

    The second method is actually so funny lmao

  4. Lightning Slayer says:

    To be honest, Steven He never fails to show his humor to us. He is a legend.

  5. Big bird says:

    Bro that panic of trying to get the chore done as fast as possible before you get in trouble is portrayed beautifully

  6. SpaceMonkeyBoi says:

    As a man that doesn’t have Asian parents, I can confirm that this is real.

  7. PrettyBored says:

    Your videos give me hope that sketch channels can still succeed. Your content is awesome man!!

  8. Krishna Harsha M says:

    The part where steven thinks about all the tasks he was asked to do but forget the important one, it is so relatable.

  9. Haladmer says:

    When I was in high school, I became friends with a transfer student from HK.. Can confirm, this training is channeling his grandfather’s spirit! That man’s Failure Management (Emotional Damage) skills were on point… he was so skilled, even unassociated people 5 blocks away started to learn the piano!

    I still have flashbacks of the over the top stories. Like this one time I went to go get my friend so we could hang out with our friends, and his grandfather told this story of how he had to hunt white tigers, in the winter at night, while carrying multiple buckets of water for his small village from a river 15km away… and as a reward, he was allowed to stop at the local hardware store to work for money to buy the monthly sacks of rice for the family (which also had to be carried with everything else)

    To this day, I still feel like I’m not doing nearly enough for my family/friends whenever I want to go do something unproductive… lol

  10. Abigail N says:

    The example one hit waaaaay too hard 😅The one I remember most was when I wanted to go to the playground down the street by myself and my mom told me about how a girl went out on her own and was later found dead in a river nearby.
    I was like 10 at the time

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