She’s vegetarian, she asked, ‘is there any meat in this German food?’. It’s all meat! That’s what German’s do, they just eat meat and drink beer. Other countries always have better chip flavors than us Smells like Lays barbecue Smells like dirt It’s awesome but I don’t know what it tastes like I think barbecue is the right comparison I like them Yeah, it’s delicious They’re savory, but they don’t like assault your mouth But it does’t have as much flavor as barbecue It’s kind of weak These are great, A-plus It’s non-alcoholic, get it off my table! I mean, as a general rule, I stay away from non-alcoholic things Malted vitamin soda, that can’t be good It smells like prune juice and beer had a baby Smells like toast It taste like creamier carmel soda Sort of medicine-y Grape juice? It kinda tastes like beer that you’ve opened, left and then came back for it and left it in the sun by accident You know what would go great with this? Alcohol Oh! This looks incredible I will say though that it does look like something very human. That is a really long piece of sausage, is that one piece of sausage? Good? I love it This is bursting with flavor That is some good sausage Yeah, this is like what you actually should eat with beer I don’t like hot dogs, but I like this That’s German engineering at it’s finest, if you ask me Anyone who dislikes any of this is tasteless. Isn’t that a tiny tiny particle? This looks like frosting It’s like thick, and then… It tastes like the inside of a Ritz Bitz cracker. It tastes like cream cheese and yogurt Punch you in the kidney, sourness This is not how I want to start my morning Here darling, let me give you some salt and pepper OK! I like it better with the salt and pepper, yeah You do you, Germany You do you I thought it was Japanese! Ooh I like that it’s little coins! Oh god, it’s salty, what the – ? Yeah, I want to spit this out, can I spit it out? What was that? Black licorice bathed in sweat, that’s what it is Hey! You know what’s gonna improve licorice, the world’s worst candy? A s$& ton of salt 45 milligrams of sodium?! I think it’s vegemite flavored This is the hardest thing I’ve ever eaten This is something you give your friend to let them know you don’t want to be friends anymore. This German food had me going up, like I was really excited Really running hot there and then, you lick a salty licorice and it just straight up cools you down. We apologize, Germany I feel a little more German, like hearty right now I feel like I’ve been looking my whole entire life for meat this good, and I’ve never found it.
– Which celebrity has junk in
the trunk and in their mouth? – Let’s talk about that. (groovy electronic music) Good Mythical Summer? – Hey, if you haven’t already seen it, I’m in a new show on Mythical
Society called How Long Can I where we see how long we can
do some incredibly dumb things. The show premiered yesterday so make sure to join Mythical Society
and watch it, won’t you? – Celebrities are just like us. They love eating junk food. – The only difference is
when Jennifer Lawrence eats McDonald’s, she has
an Academy Award at home and when I do it, I’m usually crying. Not because I think McDonald’s is sad, just because I’m usually always crying. (Jordan chuckles) Today we’ll be guessing
celebrities’ favorite junk food. It’s time for– – [Jordan and Emily] Let’s
Risk Our YouTube Integrity By Matching the Junk Food
to the Famous Celebrity. – Here’s how it works:
we’ll get to try junk food that a celebrity has
explicitly said that they love. We’ll use one of these 10 masks and guess which celebrity
said they love it. As an added bonus, every celebrity here is someone we do perfect impressions of. – Mm-hmm. – The 10 masks are as follows: Jimmy Fallon. – Kim Kardashian! – Gisele Bundchen. – Nick Jonas. – Russell Brand, mate. – Taylor Swift. – Madonner. – (chuckles) Martha Stewart. – John Cena. (chuckles) – Channing Tatum. (laughs) – Martha Stewart, John
Cena, and Channing Tatum all sound like wealthy British dowagers. – (laughs) They’re all Maggie Smith. – The loser has to sit their junk in junk for all of More, let’s play. Round one, Dunkin’ Munchkins. – You eat one?
– You know, I actually don’t love Dunkin’ Donuts and I know saying that
publicly has ensured that I am gonna get killed
by a guy in a Celtics jersey. (laughs) I’m gonna be hit, my
face slammed into a curb. – Well I’ll eat this one for you. – Thank you.
– I love the chocolate cake ones, they’re
the really good ones. – I mean I see Dunkin’ Donuts
as an east coast thing. Who are you guessing? Kim. I think Gisele is married to
an east coast football man. I don’t know that for sure. I’m not a football fan myself. – You’re not a fan of much today, are ya? – No yeah, I don’t know any celebrities because no one was in a
punk band in the ’90s. Why are there not more
members of Rancid up here? – Yeah. (laughs) – Is this what my voice
was like the first time? – Mine was screaming! I didn’t mean to do it like that. It’s like a really back
of the nose type thing with the Kardashians that
it doesn’t sound real or natural to me but
you know, I’m not them. – Actually might be–
– I need your final guesses. – Yes ma’am. – [Stevie] You wanna know the answer? – Yes please. – [Stevie] These Dunkin’ Donut Munchkins are Gisele Bundchen’s–
– Hey! – Dang!
– She told Wall Street Journal that that quote, “They’re so tiny. “It’s a guilty pleasure.” – I actually did not hate, I
thought that was pretty good. That was the best bite of Dunkin’ Donuts– – You got a little right here.
– Thanks Mom. (chuckles) – [Emily] Round two,
sriracha flavored popcorn. – How do you feel about
sriracha just as a condiment? – [Emily] Love it, put it on everything. – Maybe it’s a little
overused in food these days. I feel like I like it on Thai
food or Vietnamese food but– – Yeah my stomach lining is lit. – Yeah sure.
– But woo, this does have a little bit of a kick. I don’t know, I think I’m gonna go with Taylor Swiftie on this one. – I think that’s a good call. I think whoever likes
this is kind of a foodie. I thinks sriracha is
kind of a foodie trend. That’s why I think I’m
gonna go Martha Stewart. – Oh, really?
– Yes, I love this sriracha popcorn. Is this what I talked
like in the first segment? – (laughs) I like cats. All right. – Do you like Taylor Swift’s new cat? – She has a new cat? – Yeah, semi-recent cat anyway. – Oh man, I can’t keep up.
– It’s great. – [Emily] Kitty! – [Stevie] Okay this is
the favorite junk food of Nick Jonas. – Ah.
– Oh. – [Stevie] He told US
Weekly that he loves it but he won’t eat it
until the movie starts. No eating during previews. – That’s a weird rule. – No, everybody knows you
pound all of your stuff right before the movie starts
and then hate yourself– – Yes so you have–
– Throughout the rest of the movie.
– A stomach ache for all three and a half hours of Avengers. – Yes, that’s what you do. – Round three, Fig Newton ice cream. We’ve been told that this
celebrity said they like to break up the Fig
Newton as they eat a scoop of vanilla ice cream and we’ve gone ahead and broken them up in the
ice cream ahead of time. This is brilliant by the way.
– Yeah. – Whoever did this is kind of a genius. I love it when stuff I like is smashed into other stuff I like. – It does sound delicious.
– I am super into that. I would love to smash
other cookies I enjoy in vanilla ice cream, I think that would– – You wanna smash them? – Are you suggesting I wanna
have sex with the cookies? Is that what you were saying? – I might be. – I’m not that lonely yet. (Emily laughs) It’s comin’ though. – Oh. – You not like it?
– No I just choked a little. – Okay, this rules by the way. This is so good.
– Oh man. – Do this at home. The fig in the ice
cream is so good, okay– – This has gotta be Martha Stewart. – I think it’s–
– It’s gotta be a chef type person who came up with this. – I think whoever did this is a cutie. Whoever did this is a real cutie
who likes to do cute things with their ice cream. – But do they smash? – No, I don’t think this
is a sexual thing at all. I resent the fact that
you’re making it like that. (Emily chuckles) I think this was done by number
one late cutie Jimmy Fallon. Whoa! – I’m gonna stick to my guns here. – I wanna share this with The Roots. I’m friends with Rhett and Link I think. – That’s true! – So I better not say
anything bad about myself. – I’m friends with Snoop Dogg. – [Stevie] This is incredible
because this is enjoyed by Jimmy Fallon.
– Hey! – [Stevie] Which means
Jordan is just on a roll. – Oh my God.
– What? – [Stevie] He confessed
on Ask Jimmy that he used to eat this all the time growing up. – Fallon rules. – Round four, American cheese singles. This is one of my favorite snacks. – Yeah this was, I mean, this was for me, this was like my number
one snack when I was four or now when I’m stoned. – Yes. This is, well my fridge is
dangerously close to my bed. – Really? – I can just open the
thing and reach on over. – You don’t have to move. – I don’t have to move.
– What a life. Yeah, it’s gummy. It might not be organic. – It is not.
– It rules. (pounds desk) – I love it.
– Oh yeah. I think whoever picked
this is trying to convey a wholesome image. ‘Cause this is a very like, you’re a kid. – Okay.
– You’re eating, Kraft, can we say Kraft? I don’t know, you’re
eating cheese singles. So I think, I don’t know,
I think whoever picked this in the interview is trying
to convey a wholesome, all-American, down-home image and who likes to convey
that image more than– – Taytay? – Taytay. – Dang.
– I have a new cat. – I feel like this is–
– It’s pretty good. – Here’s my reasoning for my choice. I think it’s somebody who’s like a, ugh, no I don’t like that. No!
– Take it off, Emily. – I think it’s either John
Cena or Channing Tatum because I just, I feel like people who are always gaining muscle mass– – Oh.
– Just eat stuff like this all the time.
– Are we gonna get jacked ’cause we ate that cheese? – No, let’s see, I
think it’s, I’m gonna go with Channing Tatum ’cause
he kinda looks like cheese. Doesn’t his face look like cheese? – What cheese?
– First, it is Kraft so– – Nice.
– You can say it. – Cool.
– Second, this is Martha Stewart. – [Both] No! – [Stevie] But the next
sentence I’m about to say I can’t believe I’m about to say it. She told Town and Country
that her guilty pleasure is to steal these out of
her housekeeper’s drawer and eat them right out of the plastic. – Prison has changed her. – [Stevie] I don’t know what that means. – Yeah, in prison you
can trade a Kraft single for a pack of cigarettes. – (laughs) You can. Damn, that makes me have
a lot of respect for her. – She steals from her employees. – Not that part.
– Yeah. – But the snackin’ part. – The part where she
snacks you can respect. – I have a lot of respect for– – Hey Martha, buy your own
Kraft singles, gosh darn it. (Emily chuckles) Round five, McDonald’s chicken
nuggets dipped in honey. We’re both very excited to eat this. – Yes he is. – Yeah, this is great. Not enough people know–
– Ooh! – That you can get honey at McDonald’s and you can dip nuggets in it and it rules.
– I didn’t know that. This is awesome.
– Oh yeah. – Oh I’m very, very excited.
– Yeah I usually get– – I don’t care if you
double dip by the way. – Aw thanks, that’s nice. Yeah I usually like to get
one little pack of honey and one little pack of BBQ
sauce and if they drip over into each other, who cares! – I’m afraid I’m gonna gleek everywhere, I’m salivating so hard.
(both laugh) – Yeah. Yeah this is great. – Mm-hmm.
– Pretty good, huh? – I’m so happy. – Yeah these are awesome. You can dip fries in ’em
too, that’s also very good. Yeah, boy, let’s see. This is a tough one.
– This is really tough. – I think, you know, I’m just gonna try and get into the head of the people who prepped
this game a little bit. – Okay. – The random celebrity on
here to me is Russell Brand. – Mm-hmm.
– I don’t know if, you know, he seems like
maybe he’s not been that high profile lately,
maybe he’s up to something, I certainly don’t know because
he wasn’t in Green Day. So I think he’s on here for a reason. – Okay.
– So I think maybe this is him, I’m gonna
go Russell Brand, mate. – I don’t think it’s Russell Brand. He wears too many necklaces
to eat McDonald’s. – He wears too many
necklaces to eat McDonald’s? – Listen, I think everyone
agrees with me but you. – I don’t understand the
logic of that at all. – People who wear necklaces
eat, you know, tofu. – No you’re right. People with necklaces do eat tofu. – Men with tons of necklaces. I think that your logic with
the American cheese thing about trying to seem wholesome,
it could be Taylor Swift but it could also be Kim
Kardashian in my opinion. I am gonna go– (sighs) I’m gonna go Kim Kardashian on this one just because I think it
would be a cool thing for her to say. – Yeah.
– I eat, you have honey all over Russell. (chuckles) – [Stevie] Okay. This is the go-to fast food
order for Kim Kardashian. – Yeah! Got one!
– Respect, respect. – [Stevie] She told her fans on her app that she likes to dip nuggets in honey. – Of course she did. Round six, PB and J with Cheetos. – Okay so right now I
am winning two to one. Rub rub rub, I’m rubbin’ it in. But Emily, you know me, I love the drama. I’m a messy (beep) who loves the drama. (Emily laughs) So why don’t we go ahead
and make this round worth two points so that
if someone wins this, they win the game. – That’s so generous.
– Thanks, I’m fun. So this peanut butter and jelly sandwich with Cheetos inside. Again, a brilliant innovation.
– Yeah. – And I’m– – It’s a little Breakfast Club. – It is a little Breakfast,
yes, it is a little Ally Sheedy in The Breakfast Club as
we just had some Pixy Stix. Yeah boy, I hate to
keep going back to this but this is so stonery. So I think whoever this
is is probably that way. – Yep. A lot of jelly. – It’s so, yeah, there’s too
much jelly in the sandwich but–
– Josh! You’re fired. – You know how we like our jelly! Sparse! No, you do a great job on
the show and we love you. – Definitely. – I didn’t wanna be mean to Josh. This is really, really good. Again I would put a
little less jelly on this but this is a great combination of things. (crew and Emily laugh) So I think that whoever eats this from time to time is probably
a little stoney baloney and I think of the people we have left, the most likely person is Channing Tatum. – Yeah I was gonna do that too but just to break it up, I’m
gonna go with Taylor Swift just ’cause this seems like
a trendy millennial thing to do, putting Cheetos on this so– – How so? – Well Cheetos are really cool right now. – Oh I didn’t know that. – Especially if they
were Flaming Hot Cheetos then I would really definitely
pick this but I don’t know, this just seems like a cutesy thing to do. Channing is so rude! – Mm, mm, mm, mm, mm. I was gonna be Gambit but
they canceled the movie. Mm, mm, mm.
– Is that true? – I think so.
– That is a big miss. – [Stevie] Okay this is
the favorite snack of one Channing Tatum.
– Oh! Ho ho ho!
– No! – Mm!
– This is a quote from him from his Reddit AMA. Bread, white, peanut
butter, not crunchy, creamy. Grape jelly, double portion. More than you think should
actually fit on a piece of white bread.
– Oh okay. So Josh was doing that
for a reason, way to go. – Sorry Josh. – God I’m so sticky. This is the stickiest I’ve been. – Since when, Jordan? – (chuckles) Since this morning. – Since you smashed. – Stop suggesting I have sex with cookies. It’s not helping my reputation. – Is it? – Well I win. Someone who looks a lot like
me and has a cotton candy beard and is hosting a new show
on the Mythical Society. – [Woman] Hey Randy, me and
my husband are now trying to have our first child. What do you think a name for
a girl or a boy should be? – If it’s a girl, Damp Napkin. If it’s a boy, Paul. If it’s a lizard, Swimmy. If it’s a cow, Brown Stuff. If it’s a dog, Best Friend. If it’s a cat, Angel. If it’s a mouse, Jesus. If it’s a hamster, Bookshelf. If it’s a bookshelf, Jesus. Tune in at MythicalSociety.com – Thank you for liking,
commenting and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – My name’s Cotton Candy Randy and this is Cotton Candy Mandy. – [Both] And it’s time to
spin the Wheel of Mythicality. – Wonder if they’d be open to
a third in their relationship. (Emily laughs)
I feel drawn to them somehow. Click the top link to watch
us guess crew members’ favorite fast food orders
in Good Mythical More. – And to find out where
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– [Narrator] You may take
the appearance of everyday fruit and veggies for
granted but did you know they haven’t always looked
like they currently do? Through selective breeding
humans have been molding fruits and vegetables to our liking, changing the way they look
drastically over the years. Here are ten fruits and veggies
that looked very different before we started cultivating them. – Amazing! – [Narrator] Number ten, corn. The evolution of corn is a
great example of how we can significantly change
a vegetable over time. Corn actually comes from a
Mexican grass called teocinte. The barely edible
teocinte is small, skinny and it has very few kernels. Back then these kernels
were also hard to reach since they were encased by a hard shell. To peel it you had to hit it with a hard object several times. It’s also speculated that it had a very dry taste like a raw potato. The link between corn and teosinte wasn’t very easy to find, actually. For many years nobody
knew where corn came from since it doesn’t look like
anything that grows in the wild. It was only after finding
several similar chromosomes between the two that
this link was determined. One scientist even managed
to pop a teosinte kernel. The cultivation of
teosinte to modern-day corn came about as, for each
subsequent harvest, we selective bred the more
desirable teosinte plants that had larger and more rows of kernels. This led to corn we know today which is easy to peel and a thousand times larger. Modern corn also contains
four times more sugar compared to the natural,
old version of corn. Number nine, avocado. The millenials’ favorite
fruit has gone through quite a lot of change and
it’s all for the better. In the wild avocados are
very small and can easily fit into the center of your palm, growing to about three inches in diameter. The pit of the wild avocado
takes almost all the space inside the fruit leaving little room for the fruit’s famous green flesh. Roughly speaking, it would
take close to ten wild avocados to get the same amount of
flesh that you would get with a single modern version of the fruit. Worse yet, the little flesh that it has doesn’t taste very good. It has a rougher, grittier quality in contrast to the creamy and tasty characteristic of the modern avocado. The wild avocado was also
encased in a hard shell, quite different from the leathery, fleshy kind of skin that the current avocado has. Thankfully our ancestors
improved the fruit in significant ways,
selectively breeding it, allowing us to have this tasty fruit that goes so well on toast. Number eight, peach. The peach is another
example of our ancestors using selective breeding
to create a bigger and tastier version of a fruit. Domesticated by the
Chinese around 4000 B.C., The original peach was very
small and resembled a cherry. It had a waxy skin and only
64 percent of edible flesh. It also had a taste that
was described as earthly, sweet, sour and slightly
salty, similar to a lentil. Also, a big amount of the
wild peach was occupied by the fruit’s stone, close to 34 percent. After thousands of years
farmers got to the version of the peach we have today. The current modern peach has soft, edible skin and is 64 times larger. It also has 90 percent of edible flesh, a vast increase from the wild peach. The stone in the current
peach has also dramatically decreased in size, making up for only 10 percent of the fruit. The current peach is also
27 percent juicier and tastes four percent sweeter. All around, the peach has just gotten better through the ages. Number seven, eggplant. The wild variation of the
eggplant is completely unrecognizable from the
modern version we have today. Eggplants used to come
in a variety of shapes but most of them were round. In fact, the name eggplant
actually comes from the fact that they were often white and round, hence looking like an egg
that grows from a plant. They had a range of different colors like yellow, white and even blue. Some of the earliest
versions of the eggplant also had spines that
connected to its flower. It’s believed that the
domestication of the eggplant started in places like
China, India, and Thailand. They were initially used
only for medicinal reasons because the wild eggplant
had a bitter aftertaste. Through selective breeding
we arrived at the modern eggplant with its purple
color and oblong shape. The spine has disappeared,
giving way to its stem that connects to its flower. Better yet, the eggplant is now
edible and really delicious. Number six, strawberry. Oftentimes, as shown in this video, humans molded fruits and vegetables to make them taste better. However, the opposite happened in the case of the wild strawberry. Known as Frageria vesca,
the wild strawberry actually tasted sweeter and is considered the better version of the fruit. However, the wild strawberry is much smaller than its modern version. So why did the modern version of the strawberry lose its flavor? Reportedly, that’s because
other factors started coming into play influencing
how these fruits evolved. Farmers started favoring
size, resistance to disease, and a better and bigger
appearance which ended up decreasing the taste of the fruit. The modern strawberry
actually started to take shape when a French spy brought
the Chilean version of the strawberry over to France. This variation of the fruit
was significantly bigger than the ones grown in Europe at the time. The two species of strawberry were crossed and gave rise to the
modern strawberry of today. Fun fact, what may look like seeds in the wild strawberry are
actually called achenes. They are themselves tiny fruits with tiny seeds inside of them. Number five, tomato. We have been shaping the tomato to our own taste for thousands of years. The evolution of the tomatoes
happened in two stages. First, there was the wild
ancestor of the tomatoes. These fruits had a size similar to berries and came in a bunch of different colors like yellow, green and purple. It is reported that the first
cultivated tomatoes were small and yellow which earned
them the name golden apple. These wild tomatoes, after
a large span of time, eventually evolved into the cherry tomato. From the cherry tomato, humans ultimately developed the big-fruited red tomato which is the fruit’s
most recognizable form. However, these changes
weren’t all for the best. Over the years the tomato
lost some of its genes that create sugar making
it less flavorful. Because of all the selective
breeding the tomato has been through, most
consider that there is little room to improve on
the fruit’s genetic traits so it’s probable that the
tomato will stay largely the same for the near future. Number four, carrot. Wild carrots look nothing like the orange carrots we know today. They were found in Persia
around the tenth century and were either white or purple. These carrots were very
thin with forked roots and a strong, powerful flavor. The seeds of these types
of carrots eventually made its way to Europe where
they were selectively bred over centuries in order
to reduce their bitterness and increase their sweetness and size. These improved carrots
still came in a variety of different colors like
red, yellow and purple. The bright orange version
of the modern carrot only came about for political reasons. Back in the 17th century
the Dutch were known mainly as carrot farmers and it was there that the orange variation
started to be cultivated. The Dutch started growing
this variation in abundance because they saw it as a
tribute to William of Orange who led The Netherlands to independence. From there the color stuck and became the primary version of
the carrot we all know. Number three, cucumber. You probably wouldn’t guess
that the wild cucumber is actually related to the modern version of the cucumber we have nowadays. The wild cucumber has a distinct look and is very easy to spot. It has an oval or spherical
shape and is covered in spikes. These spikes usually grow to
at least one point two inches in diameter but can go
up to eight inches long. These wild cucumbers usually
hold four seeds inside of them. Although related to the
cucumbers we’re used to this prickly version of the vegetable is not edible and is considered toxic. Some reports say that ingesting
them could even kill you. The cucumber is believed
to be native to India. It was cultivated originally
for medicinal reasons. The modern cucumber bears little resemblance to its wild version. It has a cylindrical shape with
multiple seeds inside of it and it can grow as
large as 24 inches long. – Wow! – [Narrator] Modern cucumbers
are also very edible and low in calories given that they
are almost 90 percent water. Number two, banana. The wild banana is quite different from the yellow snack that we have today. Originally they were
stalky and hard, filled with large and tough
seeds that were spread across the fruit’s interior. Because of the hard seeds,
these bananas were inedible. That’s why most assume that these wild fruits were cooked and then eaten. Otherwise humans would not
have started cultivating it. It’s believed that the
first bananas were formed 10,000 years ago in the region
that is now Papua New Guinea. The bananas we have today
are a hybrid of two wild banana varieties, Musa
acuminata and Musa balbisiana, which eventually developed
into the well known bright yellow fruit
with its peelable cover. The current banana has
smaller seeds, more nutrients and tastes better than
its wild counterpart. However, it’s said that the fruit needs to evolve or they might go extinct. That’s because right now these bananas lack genetic diversity. This makes the fruit
increasingly vulnerable to pests and diseases that could
devastate the banana industry. Hopefully scientists will
manage to find a viable alternative before it comes to that. Before I reveal the most
outrageous example in this list, I’d like to remind you to
subscribe to Be Amazed! We upload amazing, fact
filled videos every day. So don’t miss out on learning
some amazing new information. Also, hit that bell icon
for notifications on more amazing, fact filled videos. Number one, watermelon. Watermelons have actually
been around for millennia and they’re one of the fruits
that have most drastically changed in appearance over the years. The first recorded harvest of the fruit happened 5000 years ago in Egypt. Those watermelons were
unrecognizable by today’s standard. They were a fraction of
the size they are now, measuring around two inches in diameter. They were also extremely
bitter, tasting nothing like the sweet fruit we have today. Over time humans kept cultivating and molding the watermelon. By the 17th century the
watermelon, from the outside, largely resembled the ones of today. However, the inside
part of the fruit would probably be considered
bizarre by people today. Paintings from the era show
a sliced open watermelon having swirly shapes inside
with six triangular pieces and a spiral of seeds. The watermelon’s flesh
was also a lighter red. Over time we got to the modern, fleshier version of the watermelon. The fruit is now over
1500 times bigger than the original wild watermelon. It’s fleshy interior
also increased in size and became a more vibrant red over time. All our human effort made
the watermelon bigger, juicier and taste sweeter. What fruit or vegetable do
you think changed the most? After this list will you be able to look at them all the same? Let me know in the comments
section down below. Thanks for watching.
– Hey everyone, welcome
back to my channel. So I am with my friend Melanie today. – How are you? – I’m visiting her in Ireland and we’ve not collabbed together in years. – Yeah, it’s been years.
– So, we thought that we would make some videos for you. – By the way.
– Yeah. – This blindfold is used and
it has got a bit of a wet stain on the other side so
if it’s coming through. – I wonder what that is. – No comment at all but ignore. This is obviously a sleeping mask. This is not, this for other uses. – Yeah.
– Other such uses. – But you can, it’s versatile, you can use them for whatever. – Yeah. – But, you may have realised
we’ve got masks on our head ’cause we’re gonna do a fun
blinded folded challenge today. We often talk on this
channel a lot about sex and we like breaking
down taboos and stigma and also just having a good time and so today is one of
those videos where we’re just gonna have a good time.
– A good time. There’re two of the
things that we like to do, talk about sexies and have fun and that’s.
– Talk about sexies. – Sexies.
– Sexies. – Sexises.
– So we’re going to be trying different
flavoured lubes blindfolded and trying to guess what the flavour is. – How is this our job? – We have our trusty helper, slash Melanie’s fiance on the floor. – [Thomas] Hi. – There, there we go.
– He’s literally at our feet with lube. – Yeah, so how many
different lubes have we got? – He has a little bag from Ann Summers. – [Thomas] I think, I think 10. – 10, oh my god. Are they all different flavours? – I’ve only ever tried cherry. Cherry’s the only lube that I would buy. Cherry’s the only one we use, isn’t it? – [Thomas] Yeah. – I’ve got a cherry one,
I’ve got a passion fruit one but I don’t think I’ve ever
tried the passion fruit one. The cherry one that I’ve I, (gargles). – Oh, yeah, yeah, it’s like Calpico, you just eat it like as a snack. – It’s so good. And then another one. – [Thomas] Snack. – Snack.
– Another one that I’ve tried which
I’m not a massive fan of but Dan really likes
is this chocolate one. So, there are all different
kinds of flavours out there. – Hope there’s a mint one. – Oh, tingly.
– Yeah. – Okay, are you ready with the first lube? Oh, also it’s a competition. – Oh my god, farewell my friends. – Lube number one. I shoulda washed my hands. – Do you know what, I love YouTube. – [Thomas] Fuck’s sake. – Because we’re fianced, do
you wanna put it on my tongue? Instead of my finger. – Do whatever you wanna do, I can’t see. – [Thomas] I can’t see. – Turns into a full blown porn. – I’ll be like, oh,
what’s going on, you know? – [Thomas] It’s a, yeah
it’s one of those porns where the person’s just
like “Mm, I’m asleep.” Right, here. Lube for you. – Oh I felt some drip on my leg. Wait, where is it? There we go. It’s fine, I’ve got. – [Thomas] Open your mouth. – Open your goddamn mouth.
– Okay. Are you ready? Oh wait, you’re going
straight into the mouth so shall I try it? – [Thomas] There ya go. – Oh.
– Oh. (satisfied humming) – I’m getting like notes
of citrus and sweet. Oh my god what the fuck is that? This is where I just realised that my palette is just terrible. – Yeah, you have the palette of a child. We discussed this today. Hannah ordered, like, chicken and chips, that, you said, like, chicken
and chips would be your go to. – Yeah, and then we ordered
chicken wings and patas bravas so it was like adult version
of chicken and chips. – And for, for breakfast we
made your rashers and toast. – Okay, I think I know what I think it is. – I think I know what I think it is. One, two, three. – Orange.
– Passion fruit. – [Thomas] They’re both wrong. – No!
– We’re gonna get everything wrong. Okay, what is it?
– That was delicious. – Mm, I love that. – [Thomas] It’s, it’s called tropical. It’s actually called body lick tropical. – Oh, I was close.
– Tropical. That’s not a flavour.
– I picked passion fruit, passion fruit’s more
tropical than an orange. – Where do oranges grow? – In a tropical country. – Tasty, so tropical, okay. So, so are some of these
flavours like not actual foods, it’s like a. – [Thomas] The next one is an actual food. – Okay, good, right.
– Okay. – [Thomas] You have to remember. – Don’t fuck with us like that again.
– Yeah. – [Thomas] I’m not fuckin’ with. This is Ann Summers flavours, right? I didn’t come up with them.
– Not sponsored. – Tropical’s not a flavour. – [Thomas] Blame, blame. – One can guess. – [Thomas] Blame Mrs. Summers. – It’s not sponsored but I did manage to write off lube as an expense. – Ann Summers should sponsor you. I worked with them before.
– Right. – Sponsor Hannah. – Is there any on my finger? – [Thomas] Yeah. – Okay, three, two, one. – [Thomas] Here. – Oh god, that’s a lot on my finger. (satisfied humming) – Oh, do you know what the first thing that came to my mind was a colour? – Yeah, purple. – What the fuck? – It’s like a medicine,
like a purple medicine. – No, but I’m like thinking
like a grape or a plum. Oh, that’s so weird that
we both thought purple. – Grape.
– We must be onto something if it’s purple. Three, two, one, grape.
– Grape. – [Thomas] You’re both wrong again. – Is it plum? Is it purple? Is it purple flavour? – [Thomas] It is kinda,
yeah, it’s raspberry. – Raspberry – [Thomas] I’ll give you a bonus point if you can guess the
Ann Summers title to it. So it’s basically
something lick raspberry. – Um, kiss lick.
– Pussy lick? Pussy lick.
– Finger lick. – Ass lick. Nipple lick. – Is it, wait, what was
the first one called? – [Thomas] Body lick. – Body lick, this one’s called clit lick. – [Thomas] It is,
actually called clit lick. How the fuck did you get that? – Clit lick. Lemme lick yo clit. – [Thomas] All right. – [Melanie] Clit lick. – [Thomas] I supposed Hannah
gets one point for it. – Those two words together
are kind of arousing. – [Thomas] Do we go again? – Yes. – I’m dropping it everywhere, oh my god. Oh, this one’s thicker. What the fuck? This is a different texture. – Oh, I don’t like that one. Not a fan. – It’s a bit, it’s not very strong. Oh my god, I got lube all over my leg and all over my hands. – Thomas, you’re not doing a good job. – I mean.
– Being messy. – It’s nice and smooth
but it’s very sticky. Three, two, one, orange.
– Menthol. – [Thomas] It was cherry. – Cherry?
– What? That’s the worst cherry ever. – [Thomas] It was your favourite. – No, that’s a bad one.
– Hannah, we’ve been missin’ out, those first
two were like (smooches). – I feel like I need to wash my hands. – Do it onto Hannah’s tongue as well. – Nope. (laughter) – He’s not doin’ it with his finger, he’s doin’ it with, like, the packet. – This is when it’s
like, Hannah is a prude. This is. – Don’t touch me with your packet. – Okay.
– You’re a taken man. – Yeah, right, are we doing this? Okay. Oh, that still dribbled! Oh. Three, two, one, passion fruit.
– Pineapple. – [Thomas] It was passion fruit, yeah. (excited shouting) – You little.
– I got a point! It definitely wasn’t pineapple though. Why do I always dribble. – [Thomas] I don’t know. – Oh, oh.
– Aw. – Oh, I know what this is.
– Me too, me too. – I 100% know what this is.
– Me too, me too. One.
– One, two, three, marshmallow.
– Chocolate. – What? It’s marshmallow. – [Thomas] What? – It tastes like marshmallow. – [Thomas] So we went for
chocolate and marshmallow. – Yeah, is it neither? – [Thomas] It’s neither. (laughter) It’s candy floss. – Fuck, it is candy floss.
– It is candy floss. – That’s what my brain was
going with marshmallow. It is 100% candy floss. – Fuckin’ balls. – Maybe marshmallow and
candy floss taste the same. This is, like, the same ingredients, fuck. Okay, got it, okay, thank you. – Oh, it felt like it
was farting on my face. – Oh, there’s a jellybean
that’s this flavour. Okay, I don’t know if this
is actually what this is but the equivalent, like,
jellybean flavour of this is this. – Oh, one, two, three, vanilla.
– Popcorn. Fuck, maybe it is vanilla. – Popcorn? – [Thomas] It’s cookie dough. – What? – Okay, but I would like to get a point because I am 100% sure that
that flavour is the same as the popcorn jellybean. – [Thomas] No. – Got it, oh, I know what this is. Yep, thanks for the clue. It confirmed it for me but
it 100% tastes like it, too. – [Thomas] You got it? – Oh, I know it too.
– Yeah. – Ready?
– That’s delicious. – It’s too sweet for me. – Three, two, one.
– One, two, chewing gum.
– Bubblegum! – [Thomas] Yeah, it was,
yeah, it’s chewing gum. – I’m so Irish, chewin’ gum. – [Thomas] Chewing, yeah. – But it’s bubblegum flavoured, like, I associate chewing gum with, like, mint and then bubblegum is like sweet. – Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah, it’s like a ball of gum. Yeah, so technically I got that wrong. – No I think we can both get that point. – [Thomas] Yeah, you can both get it. It’s the same. Dick lick bubblegum. – Dick lick. – [Thomas] To be precise. – Okay. I completely lost that, can I have more? Hold on, my mouth is
like so many flavours. Can I just have a,
that’s a bit more, okay. – Tiny bit more? Just a smidge? – All I can taste is bubblegum. – Okay. – One, two, three, spice.
– Lavender. – [Thomas] What the fuck did you say? – Just spice. It just goes it’s spice. – [Thomas] No, it’s tutti frutti. – Tutti, that’s why it
still tasted of bubblegum! – I know that smell! – I know that smell. – Okay, I’ve got, I’ve my
guess, I’ve got my guess. (grunts) ‘Cause this doesn’t taste
like the thing that it is but it tastes like the flavour of things that say it’s this thing. Like sweets or juices and stuff. Like this is 100% that flavour. One, two, three, grape.
– Orange. – [Thomas] You’re both wrong. – What? It’s grape flavoured! – [Thomas] Accordin’ to Ann
Summers it’s strawberry. – No!
– No! Fuck you, Ann Summers. Oh my god. – What? The fuck. Are you joking? I know what strawberry
flavour tastes like. – That tasted like grape flavoured. Yay! Winner, winner. – I’ll just fuck off
back to my own channel. – Well, I hope you enjoyed this bit of light entertainment.
– Entertainment. – That’s basically what it is. – We need a little bit of this, you know, now and then, the world is on fire. We’re here to help you feel calm. – And also to put out the fire with lube. – With lube.
– But not oil based lube ’cause that’d be bad on a fire. – Oh yeah. – Thank you so much for watching, please do give the video a
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began when we were both. – Single.
– Really single. – Very, very single.
– Real single, and now we’re both in
long term relationships so about.
– We’re talkin’ about the, the differences between
those and kind of like, yeah, so many of my memories with you are us being super single.
– Mega single. – Pursuing people and all that so it’s just interesting to see how different our lives are now. – Yeah, so make sure to check that out and don’t forget to subscribe
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