Beeing At Home: Sam’s Family Craft Time | Full Frontal on TBS

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Published on June 26, 2020

Sam has been living in the forest for the past few months. She and her family have decided it’s time to give back to Mother Nature the only way they know how – by making a bird feeder that barely works.

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32 comments

  • Susan Werner 5 days ago

    Please dont feed birds bread or bread products. It’s very bad for them.

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  • DevilDog 2600hz 5 days ago

    Still, better than an unboxing. 😉

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  • Jeffrey Leung 5 days ago

    Thank you for an honest depiction of first-time DIY sessions. This is how it really goes, and struggling through this is the only way to get actually good at anything.

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  • Koral Davis 5 days ago

    The Queen Bee herself

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  • Orlando Sanchez 5 days ago

    Cancel her too!

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  • Claire D 5 days ago

    Oh Samantha I love this. My kids are grown by I got a bird feeder with one side with “holes” you can drive a Winnebago through. You’re not supposed to put lardy stuff out in the summer so now I can mess up a paper towel roll and shove it in the top and think of you.
    If you’re back yard looks like the playground scene in The Birds those are mine, taking the ferry from Martha’s Vineyard and FINDING YOU!

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  • Harry Steele 5 days ago

    being familiar with eating PBJs, maybe one should stir the peanut butter to get it to stick better, hmmm?

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  • Viktor Kelley 5 days ago

    Mocking YouTube on YouTube? Stick to politics. Thumbs down

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  • Yvette Robertson 5 days ago

    Well, looks like the semi-literate trolls and at least one old lady (me) are home on a Friday night…

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  • Jozz Wheeden 5 days ago

    Bee with honey to spare. 😋

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  • Rev Christjan b'Staard 5 days ago

    Use pine cones instead of tp rolls…bio & free!

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  • David Pirtle 5 days ago

    You need to use JIF. It sticks to anything, like it or not.

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  • James Denny 5 days ago

    Having your kids talk to you like that is not funny !

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  • King Breezy 5 days ago

    Step 4 start over hahaha❤️

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  • Jim Hood 5 days ago

    Good for you Samantha. It’s not the winning it’s the taking part. Birds are still hungry though. 😬

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  • carole james 5 days ago

    peanut butter on a pine cone works best, wise up

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  • Christopher Grant 5 days ago

    Kudos to whoever did your make up today Sam bee look more beautiful than usual

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  • Javier Fernandez 5 days ago

    Gotta like birds.

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  • Drew Stevenson 5 days ago

    Where are we suppose to get toilet paper rolls in this day and age.

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  • My Jeezebel 5 days ago

    🎯💯🤦‍♀️

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  • noel hutchins 5 days ago

    making a bird-feeder is a one day event: but you can order a truck pile of dirt and plant it into a garden right where they dump it; (moving dirt is hard) buy berry bush plants and grain-seeds and a dense-canopy-tree and the pile of dirt becomes a bird nursery where all the plants are bird-feeders.

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  • David Forward 5 days ago

    Old toilet paper roll, duh, that’s some very wide toilet paper!

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  • Son Kakageta 5 days ago

    So this is how communist live

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  • DangerDave 5 days ago

    Like and Subscribe!

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  • Jes Larcy 5 days ago

    BAHAHAHAAAAAAA

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  • James Sulzer 5 days ago

    Sam….you don’t have any leaves on your trees.

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  • Andrew Edwards 5 days ago

    This episode of Creative Galaxy is weird

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  • A FreeOne 5 days ago

    Amazing how someone who doesn’t even live in NYC wants to segregate schools in NYC

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  • Taryn Tots 5 days ago

    Use cheap peanut butter for the win!

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  • Peter didn't pick a pepper. But 2. 5 days ago

    How WIDE is that TP roll??? its like brocken at 20 to 30 cm. so.. what like wider than a ruler at least??? that has to be a brocken kitchen roll.

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  • kelley davis 5 days ago

    I was a teachers aid. You have not lived until you have tried to make milk carton ice cube candles. *Wink* Oh the joy.

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  • Raymond M. 4 days ago

    We all know being part of her family would be crazy hilarious/rewarding

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