– What happens when you
leave a tooth in mouthwash for a month? – Let’s talk about that. (alarm rings)
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shelf that we leave things on which we call The Shelf
That We Leave Things On. – That’s right, we’ve
left yet another substance on our shelf for a month. We’ve done Coke, bleach,
open air, Guinness, salt, pool water–
– Yeah. – Nail polish remover and now mouthwash. It’s time for Left on a
Shelf: Mouthwash Edition. (woman shrieks) – We’ll be presented with
an item and two options for what might have
happened when that item was left in mouthwash for a month. – If we get less than half right, we have to wash our mouths out with soap, on Instagram, and if we win we get to gargle chocolate sauce on Instagram. I love Instagram. – Let’s do it. – [Rhett and Link] Round one.
(woman shrieks) – Okay we’re getting things
kicked off with a tomato. I know you love it. – I don’t like to eat ’em
but I do like to put them in mouthwash for months at a time. – Okay after being left
in mouthwash for a month, did the tomato dissolve into mush like my wife’s attraction
to me after I turned 40. – (chuckles) Oh! The writers gettin’ in the jabs. – Or, fill up with liquid
like my wife’s attraction to me before I turned 40. What, come on! Have you been consulting with Jessie? – That sounds a little medical. Okay. I mean I’m definitely thinking
that this thing dissolves. Fills up with liquid? I don’t even know what that would mean. – Maybe that means–
– Fill up with liquid? – It swelled up–
– Swole? – It feels like they would say swole. If that’s what they were talking about. Dissolve into mush, I mean so– – Fill up with liquid. – This is like standard mouthwash with a certain alcohol content. So I don’t know what the
other active ingredients in mouthwash are that would do things. – Blue stuff.
– Blue stuff. What would blue stuff do?
– Mint stuff. Or green stuff, depending, I
don’t know what color it is. – Alcohol preserves things. – Dissolve into mush.
– You think it dissolves? – I don’t even know what fill
up liquid would even mean. – I don’t either. I think they’re both wrong but
I don’t have a third option. Okay we’ll go with dissolve into mush. – Dissolve into much. Oh it filled up with
liquid dude, it’s huge. Is that mush? Okay let’s take this thing out. – [Rhett] No it’s not mush, man. – You have tongs right there. – It’s so much bigger than it was. (buzzer buzzes) – You’re not gonna be able
to get it out, are you? Nothing happened, put it down. Well this is a knife, I’ll let you use it. Cut that in half. So it, oh my word, it’s full of liquid. It absorbed, taste it. – No. – Lick it, just lick it. – You lick it! – I don’t like tomatoes.
– I cut it, you lick it. – I don’t like tomatoes.
– That’s our agreement. I cut it, you lick it. – So we were wrong but
I’m sure it tastes great. – [Rhett] It is mushier than it was. It might be good. – Does it smell like mouthwash? Smell it.
– Maybe you’ll like tomatoes after this. – It smells very strong, like– – Lick it. I cut it, you lick, oh, oh! (Rhett groans) – It’s better. It’s better than a tomato. – [Rhett and Link] Round two.
(woman shrieks) – Garlic, interesting. Here are our options, did
the garlic smell fresh and clean like me after
using Mythical Number Nine. – [Rhett] Oh. – Oh.
– Okay. – Available–
– Very well-placed sponsor. – At Mythical.store. (sprays cologne) Don’t be afraid, it smells awesome. – Well, I just don’t
trust you with anything. – Look at that. Some good smelling stuff. My wife puts it on herself too (chuckles). Or does it retain its
odor like a mummified Egyptian cat penis. – Oh I smelled a few of those.
– Is that why an Egyptian cat penis,
it retains its odor? It’s gotta be hard to
mask the odor of garlic, don’t you think?
– I mean especially if I were to cut this. You don’t smell it on
the outside very much. But if you were to cut this. Get in there, smell that. – Oh Nelly. – Yeah so you think if
we took this thing out and we cut it up, we’re
not gonna smell it? – I don’t know, it’s
gonna absorb it though. It would be a mir-ickle. It’d be (laughs), what is that? – It’ll be a mir-ickle, man. I know what a mir-ickle is. It’s the same thing as a miracle. – I don’t know how that happened. It would be a mir-ickle. So yeah I’m betting on a
mir-ickle that this thing smells fresh and clean. Come on, go with me, man. – Okay.
– Mir-ickle. I was wrong last time.
– I believe in mir-ickles. – Oh see it looks a little
bigger but I don’t know if that’s just the distortion from, ew. Am I smelling that one or am
I smelling this one already? – I think it’s–
– It smells like garlic. (crew laughs) – Smell it, Neal. – Oh my gosh! That’s a mir-ackle of another type. – Oh it got stronger! – But it also smells like mouthwash still. It’s like when you eat a bunch of garlic and then you gargle–
– You try to cover it up with mouthwash–
– And it doesn’t work and we should have known that. – Yes, you’re not fooling anybody. – We’ve done this. – Well I haven’t. – Listen, you get to answer the next one ’cause I’ve been wrong twice. – There’s a whole section
in my gym that a guy goes to every single day– – Just clouds it.
– It’s the garlic corner. – Yeah.
– I stay out of it. He’s on the elliptical. You know who you are. – [Rhett and Link] Round three. (woman shrieks)
– Okay this is a boar’s tooth and they come stained so
that’s not how it came out of the boar’s head but
when they sell them– – This is the root and that’s the tooth. – They stain it, it’s decorative. So after this stained
boar’s tooth was left in mouthwash for a month,
did it get eaten away like a Brooklyn Bagel
anywhere in the vicinity of Larry King? (Link chuckles) Or turn white like the
next part of Brooklyn to become gentrified. Oh (chuckles), oh gosh guys. Gentrification joke. Hm, I don’t think, there’s no way it bleached it, right? – I put this in my mouth and it stinks. Is that because of my mouth? – I think it’s because
it was in a boar’s mouth. – Good.
– For quite a long time. It can’t eat it away. – It’s biological material. – Oh you know what, I think
it turns white, here’s why. Because what makes this dark is the stain and if you wanna clean
up something, you use– – Mouthwash.
– Alcohol. – Oh.
(crew laughs) – Mouthwash, you know me. I’m staining my couch green all the time. And so I think that it actually broke down the stain and made it back to the original nice white color. – Hey I said I was going with you ’cause I’ve been nothing
but wrong this morning. – Turn white! – [Link] Boom, you did it, Rhett! – Okay. – I’m gonna fish it. (tongs clatter) – [Rhett] Look at that. The stain is gone. – And if you buy it and you want it white, you know what to do now, guys. – This is what I wanted
in the first place. I didn’t want a stained one. – Look at the difference there. You could start your own business of bleaching boar’s teeth. Bleachedboarsteeth.com. – Or you could just
start not staining them from the beginning.
(clicks teeth) – [Rhett and Link] Round four.
(woman shrieks) – Jack-o-lantern, hm. What are options, did it
remain firm like Grandpa watching the movie Book
Club starring Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, and Candice Bergen? Oh, three women who are older
– In his age range. – Or did it become soft and
squish like Grandpa’s pants after he ate supermarket
sushi at his actual book club? – Mhm, soft and squish.
– Uh. – That could be me and
you, soft and squish. – I’ll be either one. They’re both so equally delectable. – [Rhett] Now I’m gonna
go with soft and squish. – We’ve gotta get both of these right. This one and the next one in order to not wash our mouths out with soap. – I’m going with soft
and squish simply because the tomato became soft and squish. It’s not gonna get harder. – Or remain firm. – It’s not get more firm.
– It’s porous. – It’s remaining firm and that’s an important distinction, Grandpa. – And this isn’t a pumpkin,
it’s a jack-o-lantern, so it’s got holes in it which
allow for even more stuff to– – Infiltration.
– Get through the middle part. So we’re saying it
becomes soft and squish. – That looks pretty soft and squishy, man. – Actually–
– Can’t really tell but– – This is a cool specimen container. – [Rhett] Uh-oh. – [Link] Turn it around, show ’em the– – Uh-oh, it’s pretty hard.
(buzzer buzzes) (pumpkin thumps) Oh no, it’s squishy. It’s squishy.
– It’s so squishy. (grunts) – That’s pretty hard. Wow, it remained firm. – Way to go, Grandpa.
– Losers! – [Rhett and Link] Round five.
(woman shrieks) – Of course we can’t end this experiment without putting coagulated
blood into mouthwash. – This is what it looks like when you don’t put it in mouthwash. – Yeah.
– Boy that’s great. Don’t need to look at that anymore. – So what happens to
it, does it turn green, like the toilets in all bar
bathrooms on St. Paddy’s Day? – True. – Or turn the liquid red like the toilets in very specific bathrooms
on free beets day. (chuckles) Free beets day. – Well we’re gonna wash
our mouths out with soap so I say this turns red. There’s little at stake. – I don’t think you can
overpower it to the point of turning it green. – Right, there’s no way. It’s nothing but– – It has a cleansing quality to it, but can it turn it all the way to green? – No way.
– Blood can’t be– – No way.
– Can’t be done like that. – No way.
– Turn it red. Yes. Do we even need to open it? Why are you opening it? – Maybe it’s green though. Maybe when we take it
out, it turned green. (lid clatters) – Is it still a thing, is it still a gel? Leave it in. – There it is.
– There it is! Science. – No green anywhere. So we got that one right. – And of course, we
also left Link’s glasses in mouthwash for a month. – Oh! So that’s where those have been. – All right, we didn’t
get more than half right so head over to Instagram to watch us wash our mouths out with soap. – Mhm, thank you for liking,
commenting and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – Hi I’m Jessie. – And I’m John. – And we’re from Tulsa, Oklahoma. – We brought The Terminator with us on a road trip to Prague. – [Both] And it’s time to
spin the Wheel of Mythicality. (both chuckling) – Yeah, Prague. – I’ll be back. – Click the top link to watch
us play mouthwash charades in Good Mythical More. – And to find out where the Wheel of Mythicality’s gonna land. – [Rhett] Sit back, relax, and take a gulp of Mythicality from our Ear Biscuits jar. Available at Mythical.store.