Bored At Home

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Episode JON2
Bored At Home

Jonas gets so bored, he spends the day playing with himself. (No, not like that!)

Blogger Jonas
Date Posted November 21st, 2006
Length 1:12
Description I was bored and decided to film some random footage and try some editing tricks. Oh, I added some music to. Hope you like it.
Location(s) Jonas's house
YouTube Tags bored music editing camera footage drum dance soda trees lonelygirl15 grass hamster golf ball sleep nap
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Director(s) Miles Beckett
Camera Kevin Schlanser
Vidplay Mesh Flinders
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, and Amanda Goodfried
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Music Magnified by Very Large Array
Jonas Jackson Davis
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "My Name Is Jonas"
Next "Happy Thanksgiving"
Directly after "Silent Treatment"
Directly before "An Awkward Silence"

Bored at Home is Jonas's second video. Jonas plays with his camera.


(Jonas's face is shown in an extreme closeup.)

Jonas: Hey, what's up? This is, uh, Jonas, and I was seriously bored today, so I started...just...playing around with things that I had in my house and my garage, and, uh, I wanted to share it with you, so...tell me what you think!

(musical montage involving many odd video editing tricks of Jonas playing with a percussion instrument, trying to do handstands, pretending to play golf, opening a can of soda, and filming random areas of his home)

Jonas: (outside) Pretty, ahhh... It's pretty nice having a big house to myself. Lots of places to play, but, um... Kinda boring. Kinda lonely. So... As you can see... So, I think I'm going to go play some imaginary golf without a ball. Or maybe I'll do some handstands for another...three hours and then...take a nap. Later.


  • Jonas was not a confirmed character when he posted this video. Instead of appearing in the list of official videos on the website, this video was posted as a response to Gemma's An Awkward Silence