Best of JM's Toy Stories, 2009.subscribe.Discord: discord.gg/xnxzYXgSEf
this video comes to a sudden end because i may or may not have forgot to add a fade out/outro to this video
Not really needed. It ends where it ends. Great posting.
anyone know the song at 18:08 ?
How does James mays father look younger than him?
Good show for remove stress
Our best man, James May.
1:15 Making a joke about Italian design when he's the knob who lives in the UK and still bought a motorcycle, is peak Top Gear Irony.
I can't believe James May allowed children to build toy tanks. That's awesome.
James may has had some of the best TV show - underrated
How does James look the same age as his dad?
I remember years back, watching episodes of this when I was in primary school- I think I was about 9? I’m 18 now so it’s not like it was *that* long ago all things considered, but still- I remember how much we all enjoyed the show in class, so it’s heartwarming to go back and see it again.
Really is a shame the episodes got taken down from NOprojects.
Eiffel Tower Facts had me on the floor
Just randomly flirting with the person he's supposed to interview about the Eifel tower
Prodigy - Poison, very suitable music....
This whole series is just James May taking the piss out of new generations. Great fun tho :D
I like that there’s a 1/1 odd that James will get thrown off the dock
It was quite unexpected to hear The Prodigy in this show
this was such a good series
I' surprised how those toys atleast a decade ago was considered irrelevant whilst those same toys in 3rd world contires are relevant as hell
"what if those lego robots make more lego robots"... Tilk get the spas 12!!
Such a great series! Wouldn't mind if James would do something similar again. :) BTW, any chance that anyone knows the song playing at 15:50?
Absolutely delighted that I got to hear a Prodigy song while James May crushed a car in a tank. Just awesome.
i loved it when he did a speech to the russian anthem
Watching them talk about air fix and how enjoyable yet frustrating it is. I'm like you sure your not talking about making Warhammer models? Especially Resin
May is 46 here? Looks way older.
Name of the Series?
james may's toy stories...
2:50 Exhibit: Religious man experiencing peak mental capacity.
For anyone legitimately curious about how long it would take you to hit the ground if you jumped from the top of the Eiffel Tower...about 8 seconds
10:11 bet she’s the life of every party she attends
She doesn't go to parties 🤣
Ouch the poor Primera that got ran over by a tank
the fact all them kids that dont know about air fix is sad im maybe bit older then em and have bunch of em my dad raised me right i can tell
Man, I watched this when I was 8 or so, bloody hell did I absolutely love it lmao. Good times, eh
Wow I forgot how ruddy miserable the Chelsea flower show judges were...
15:07 is what spousal abuse looked like then
in the future, he'll still playing with a robot toy which calling him BIM
lets take a second to appreciate james's father for forming his love for toys, this show had a sense of warm and happiness in the making, whilst in top gear or grand tour, james just hates everything and everyone
7:25 My first model was also a Spitfire. Loved those crafts!
James looks older than his dad wtf??
I'd like to see James May build a gundam kit!
James May looks older than his dad ladies and gentlemen
How come his dad only looks about five years older than he does.
If James May just happens to watch this I just want to say I recently discovered diecast aircraft, airfix plasticy crap is now dead to me, but Im still with you on the Lego thing....
I'm hoping somebody can help me find my red Nissan Primera - it went missing a number of years ago and police enquiries have come up with nothing...
James is a godsend for the dads, screw the kids.
Old school will always outdo new rubbish. Electronics? Crap compared to real toys. Well done Mr. May.
This is what happens when clarkson can’t interrupt😂
the amount of Prodigy in this is weird
@TregMediaHD absolutely, rip legend
But well received .. Rip Keef
How does James's father look the same age as him
"Have to go to a school from Yorkshire" As someone who attends a school in yorkshire, I can confirm that we are far too enthusiastic over anything so long as you present it by saying "yaaaah, come!"
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10:08 - WELCOME, NOGGERS!
From Prodigy to Booker T & The MGs.
20:10 .. OCD May !
4:49 Captain sense of direction striking !
18:05 the guy on the left is actually one of the guys who built the biggest miniature railway in The world
one of my fondest childhood memories is rewatching this series again and again. ive been to mercedes benz world many times and can still recognise places from the scalextrix track and i even visited the lego house while it was under construction at denby's
@Jowo yeah been feeling so nostalgic watching it. Remember watching them when they aired.
@Revs it was brilliant. hi topa
Fancy seeing you here. I'm now rewatching the series cos I really enjoyed this when it aired.
this show is a master piece i loved to bits when i was yonger
*Broke:* "crossing the streams" *Woke:* "making the two jets of water play upon each other in an artistic fashion"
James May is a national treasure. No doubt about it
Sometime in the 90’s. Time magazine had a article of the top 100 toys of all time. #1? The card board box.
If it's good enough for Big Boss, it's good enough for me!
"Moody sexy lighting" in a building of bright and quite a bit aggressive colours. It really shows how these "interior designers" are talking without actually thinking about their environment.
I like the minecraft font from the thumbnail
Couldn’t give kids in school knifes these days they would shank up the opps
thats hornby o gauge 👁️👄👁️
loved this show
I didn't know Tiff was in James May's Toy Stories!
all these miserable faces, if james may showed up at my school i would go ape shit
@Soundwave3591 durr hburr technology is bad fire is scary and thomas edison was a witch
@Soundwave3591 it's insulting to say "all they do is move pixels around" because I could just say doing models is glueing bits of plastic to eachother. You see? At least in a game you don't need instructions, it's all in their heads, and produced in the game
@Soundwave3591 computer games aren't problem solving? Are you out of your mind! That's what they are, games like, let's go with your example, Minecraft. The problem is you need to survive, and there are monsters coming for you, you need to work out how to build a base, what resources you need to build this, how your going to need to build it and, you know, not die, then, once you've problem solved and got everything, you'd use creativity to make this structure, and the things people build are stunning because it's not just one thing, say a plane or a car, it can literally be anything, a deep treacherous cave for there friends to survive or a megacity. I'm not saying toys are bad, absolutely not, but computer games aren't just "moving pixels around" because they're immersive. Now, you'd say, what about Lego, that's the same, but it's not because it's not as accessible. So if someone wanted to build a town, they'd need to spend loads on Lego, and then spend hours building it all. Or you could get a game, usually around £20, and you've got everything you want, and as big as you want, so you can create bigger things quicker.
@Excel what I said was, in essence, if the kid can't _figure out_ a rather basic and straightforward instruction set, yet has no problem sitting at their computer for 14 hours digging holes in Minecraft to build the emperor's skull fortress overrun with Endermen, it doesn't bode well for problem-solving skills.
@Arthur surname pending meccano, Lego, and all the other construction toys taught kids engineering techniques and mechanical operation skills. You could construct a functioning machine, give it power and bring it to life. And the scale of that mechanism was limited only by your access to parts. All Minecraft, Roblox, And all those "foundry" games teach you is how to push pixels around. You may have an infinite number of pixels, but that's really all you've got going for you.
Wow when kids were allowed to use a razor blade.
@Hellwyck my bad. Damn autocorrect.
Thanks, I really needed to see James May run over a car with a tank 👍
Hahahaha that fella from Liverpool Uni wearing an 'I Love Purple Aki' t-shirt 🤣
Wish there was the ey ey ey scene
@Aisha Kallon ehy
He's got my mechano
"head up, shoulders back, be proud" "bugger off."
Will I be escorted in then to Battersea-we will edit this.
2:23 wow she's cute ....
what if, I said... no.
*the actual fuck*
the actual fuck
This is content
This was "back then" ... when there was still a glimmer of creativity around.
7:15 shoutout to James dad who bought a Ford Cortina Mk3 GXL in 1971
James May is 46? I thought he was in his 60s...
James is now 58.
Unlike Richard Hammond james hasn't been 38 for the last 15 years
this show is from 12 years ago
9:24 reminds of the top gear blue camaro hot wheels clip with "a 1:1 scale car of a model of a real car", something like that
This is James May's childhood revisited
How come my school never invited a model kit-giving guest?
Just start being creative on your own ... maybe something like this: noprojects.info/camera/video/z7qxj7hyn6Wbk6E [if you have industrial areas nearby to scrounge palettes off for free] and it might result in something useful.
12:44 I was wondering about the music choice, but it made sense when James said "revolution" and "people's"
There is literally a huge Karl Marx bust in the garden
Nothing like a little communism from James May.
I died when the soviet anthem played as he spoke to the British people 😅
@Muck006 Tories are commies in disguise?
It is almost time when it will be appropriate ... because the british bureaucracy has been taken over by commie infiltrators (who do not realize they are commies). One look at how the police acts is a nice clue, but there are many others as well in addition to "the long march through the institutions" (which includes the BBC) and the things Yuri Bezmenov (former KGB spy) talked about in the 1980s. All you need is one more Labour government ... (although Boris isnt that much better either).
i actually created separate acc to watch your’s compilations and other about top gear
I agree with James May toys ARE more fun than games and I play video games too!
I have a Metal puzzle kit which sometimes is more fasanting than my PS4
@Regular Bloke You do need other kids to play with though ... and that is the problem with the easy satisfaction that are computer games ... or just the phone to talk to the other girls.
Toys are genuinely very fun when you know what youre doing
Well that was a nice break from homeschooling! Cheers mate!
There was something really charming and warm about this show. Like you can tell it's something James wanted to make and loved working on.
James is such a charming a soul, I love all the stuff he’s done, it has a sincere and loving charm to it.
i wish he carried this series on
@wiktorz The entire series is on NOprojects somewhere as well as licensed uploads.
Manlab NEEDS to come back,
@Handsome Italian manlab is kinda a continuation of sorts but not focused entirely on toys
@incT we don't deserve you
@I'm Interested In Apathy best of manlab some time in the future, probably going to be one for each season
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