字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - And today, we are going to be guessing some serving sizes of some snizes. I said snizes. - Serving snizes-- - Serving snizes. - (gasps) Snerving snizes. - Snizes, snizin'. - [Producer] That's noice. - I refuse to do it again, so you have to use it! (energetic guitar music) Hi, I'm Connie. - I'm Andrew. - Hi, I'm Swasti. - And I'm Delon. - And today, we're guessing the serving sizes of snacks. - Snack time! - (gasps) Snack time! Guess who's back, guess who's back? Andrew and Connie. (grunting) - We out here, get snacks, get snacks. - I eat a lot of junk food. Especially here at the office, it's become a really bad habit. - Wait, that's literally my also same exact story. - How dare they give us free snacks. (laughing) - We're pretty big on snacks. We actually are desk mates. Yeah, we've shared a snack or two in our day. - I log most of what I eat, so like, I do use like a weighing scale and stuff (laughs) to kinda like try and figure out what these serving sizes are. - I personally pride myself at looking at the back of packaging, you know? Like, I like to see the ingredients. It doesn't stop me from eating it, I just like to tell people that I do it. - [Connie] Okay, so, first up, we have the Lay's potato chips. - How do you feel about Lay's potato chips? - I feel like they're the poor man's potato chips. (laughing) When you got nothing else, but you need a potato chip, Lay's is always there for ya. - What's the rich man's potato chip? - Ruffles. (laughs) - So how much is in this, like a normal snack size? Like 20, just 20? - 20, they say 28 chips-- - Okay. - Sometimes is one serving size. - Now comes the math portion, my least favorite portion of the event. - I got this, hold on. - Okay, I wanna say, this is why we brought my friend, the mathematician. - Okay, okay. - I like to look at the weight, 'cause when you count, you could have a bigger chip or you could have a smaller chip. - Oh yeah. - That's where this gets tricky. - Okay. - How many ounces are in a cup? - Mm-mm, don't ask me that. There's a chart. - If two bags of chips go into a train and one leaves a hour ahead, which serving size-- - Which one do we save? Which one do we let live? (laughing) - I'm gonna guess like "23." - I think it's fine too. - I feel like we should, it's a feel-- - Oh yeah, let's put like a few more. - It's a feel, let's-- - Okay, let's like, put a few more. - Let's, let's just. - Yeah, like 20. - Yeah. - This might be a little more, but like, you know, it is what it is. (drumming) - And boom! - Oh! - Oh, we did it, it's perfect, you don't even have to count it. That looks much smaller than the number that we put in. - What? - Oh! - Oh yeah. - We got pretty close. - Yeah. (clink) - Ooh. (laughs) - [Producer] 15 is the recommended serving size. - Not bad. - We split the, that was good. - So we weren't bad, we said like 23. - Okay, but now I mean, know how to like-- For whatever comes up next, we can kind of figure out from there. - 15, I feel like that's not enough. (laughing) I feel like I need a good 25. - 15, I feel like no. - Hard pass, hard pass on 15. - Hard pass. - [Swasti] Do you eat a lot of Pop Tarts? - I used to, I think that's when I really realized like, yeah, I should probably stop eating 10 a day, that's probably (laughs) not good. - Okay, I already feel like this is entrapment, though. Because these come two to a package, right? - It's already figured out for you, like-- - Two! They give me two, I eat two. What am I supposed to do? Like, save the other one? - From logging this (bleep) before, that a serving is usually one of the Pop Tarts. - Okay. - So I feel like it's one. - I love Pop Tarts. Probably not a great breakfast food, but for me, like, were the breakfast food growing up. And I'm not kidding you, my Pop Tart serving was four. Four per meal. (laughs) - Five grams of fat, 38 carbs, two grams of protein. That sounds like one Pop Tart to me. - I think it's a safe bet. - Yeah? - Yeah. - I think they're wanting us to say two. - I know. - I'm leaning toward one, though. - I feel good about that. - All right. - That's one Pop Tart. - That's one Pop Tart. That's what we think. - 'Cause it's like, you pop it and you share it. - I love that. - And also, I think that's why it's two to a pack. - These are our perfect desk treat. - Those are-- - There's one for you and one for me! - We need way more Pop Tarts. We need to talk about-- Hold on, we have a desk meeting real quick. - Wait, one second, one second. - So we need to edit a concept, so-- - One Pop Tart! - Oh yay! (claps) - And! (drumming) - Oh! - Yeah! We did it, yes! (claps) (grunting) Guess who's back, is it Connie and Andrew again? (grunting) - Oh, what they're tryin' to do is make it seem better than it is, so that you eat the two and you think you just had one serving. - I always did two. - Yeah, right? Who's gonna just eat one? - I never not eat the two. - All right, you're gonna have to lead the team on this one 'cause these are the flaming hot crunchy Cheetos, and I don't even like Cheetos. - You don't like Cheetos? - I know, this is not good! - How do you not like Cheetos? - Here it is, the cause of all my pain and misery. - But also love. - Love. It's a love-hate relationship, it's complicated. - No, I'm not a huge spicy food person, either. - Ahh, I like it hot. - I'm gonna say 13. - 13? I'll say like 15, 16, I'm gonna go a little bit higher. - You're gon a little higher than me. - A little bit higher, I'm being ambitious, you know? - I'm being conservative. - I'm changing it up. - Going back to the Lay's, because they gave us their number, and this one's a little bit bit bigger so it was eight and a half as opposed to eight before. - Ooh, you are a scientist! (laughs) (rustling) - Ahh, oh. - I think that's a little ambitious. (laughing) - Yeah, 22 and a half. - 25. 22 and a half, 22 and a half is our final number, we feel great about it. Some of us feel great about it. - I'm sorry, I have to veto those two. - That's fine. - Okay, ready? Ready? - Yeah, okay. - Okay, all right. Ooh! (thunk) (clink) - Mm! - Mm, oh! - Ooh! - Wait, wait, this is debatable. Wait, this is, you can't even tell which one is which. This is debatable. - [Producer] 21! - Ooh, you were right! (gasps) - 22 and a half was ours, yes! - He was right, he said 16. - Yeah, obviously I'm right. - Let it be known that he is a true snackaholic. - Put it in the books. - One and a half off. - I feel like, don't, it's like a curve, when you like-- - Margin for error. - Yeah. We're two and one right now, it's like we're winning. - So far, I would just three for three. - Three for three. - Oh boy. (laughing) - These are also my Kryptonite. - Yeah, I was gonna say! - I don't like double stuff, it has too much cream! - (gasps) Andrew, no! - It's too much cream in the Oreo! - I definitely like a sleeve, at least, right? - Yeah, oh my God, whenever I buy it from the grocery store, I open it up, oh, I'll just have some. And a whole row is gone, I'm like, ah, I hate myself. - Take this as a formal request to switch seats in the office. This has broken our friendship. It's broken our lives. - I'm gonna guess two because they're so bad. - I think it's two. - But I wish it wasn't, I wish it was like, two. - It's two rows! (laughing) - This is what I would like to do for the serving size. Gun it. - Gun it. - I mean, like, I think I'm at three still, like too much. - I know, right? - Four feels good, right? - Four feels good. - 'Cause two is too little. - Seven! No. (laughing) - That would be fire! But we were right. - All right, yeah, okay, cool. - Oh no! No. - Where are the rest of Ore-- You forget some Oreos under here, excuse me, producer. - I'm happy to know that we were right, I'm sad to know that we can't eat more. - Who eats these two at a time, what? - What, this is such a horrible reality to live in. - Think like all the Oreos I've eaten in my life, it's not good. - This one, I think I'm passin' you the ball. 'Cause the only thing I like about Goldfish is the theme song. - I feel the serving is 55 because they're small. - 55? Yeah. - I might be crazy, but because they're smaller, right? - Yeah, no, that makes sense. - Six point six ounces. - Okay, so that's less than the last two. - What does 50 look like? So I'm trying to picture how it looks like in here. - I know. - Just pretend to count like, one, two, three, four-- (laughing) All right, there are 55!