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  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • -Hey, guys!

  • It's Brooklyn and Bailey.

  • And today we're going o be doing the

  • what's in my mouth challenge.

  • We are currently in Utah visiting and doing some stuff

  • down here.

  • So we are filming at our grandma's house.

  • -I always wonder why they call it grandma's house

  • and they don't ever say grandpa's house.

  • -Like, it's never grandpa's house.

  • -Like, it's always the male-- It's

  • mom's room, not dad's room.

  • -Like the song!

  • It's like the song where it's, like, going to grandma's house

  • through the woods and whatever.

  • -Grandmothers house we go.

  • Yeah, that one.

  • -I wonder why that is.

  • -Because women rule the house.

  • For the what's in my mouth challenge,

  • we both picked a bunch of food items.

  • And we're going to be placing them in each others mouth, one

  • by one, while both of us-- well one of us, is blindfolded.

  • Not both of us.

  • That'd be weird.

  • But one of us is blindfolded, and we have

  • to guess what is in our mouth.

  • And the person who guess the most correctly wins the game.

  • -Wins the challenge.

  • -So game on.

  • -So I'm excited.

  • -I'm going to win.

  • -I'm going to win.

  • -Item number one.

  • You guys don't tell Bailey.

  • You ready?

  • It's good.

  • I prom-- smell it.

  • -Butterscotch or something.

  • Caramel?

  • I don't know.

  • -Butterscotch caramel?

  • Is that your guess?

  • -I know what this is.

  • What is this?

  • Oh!

  • Oh, candy corn.

  • Candy corn.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Normal candy corn?

  • -Yeah.

  • -Well close.

  • It's pink candy corn.

  • -Boom!

  • I wouldn't be able to tell what--

  • -The Valentine version.

  • Object number two.

  • -I guess you can tell what that is.

  • Ready?

  • Open up.

  • -Ooh.

  • Oh, whipped cream.

  • -That was an easy one.

  • -It's whipped cream.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Woo!

  • -That was an easy one.

  • -I like this one.

  • -Object number three.

  • -Oh my-- that didn't--

  • -What is it?

  • -Lemon juice?

  • -Yep.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Lemon juice.

  • -Oh, my--

  • -It's good.

  • -Really, that was not good.

  • -I poured a lot just for you.

  • -Object number four.

  • -Mm.

  • Yogurt!

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Yogurt.

  • What flavor?

  • -Strawberry?

  • I don't know.

  • Oh, oh, banana cream pie?

  • -Yeah, banana cream pie.

  • I did my favorite.

  • How did you get strawberry out of that?

  • -I don't know.

  • -Object number five.

  • -Ranch?

  • -Yeah.

  • You just ate a spoonful of ranch.

  • -Woo!

  • -Yep, that's ranch.

  • Object number six.

  • -Salt?

  • -Yeah.

  • -Oh, my goodness.

  • My tongue is burning.

  • -I have water.

  • You want water?

  • -A little?

  • -No.

  • -Ew, that was so gross.

  • I feel like a snail.

  • -Object number seven.

  • -I didn't get any.

  • -Oh, wait, now I did.

  • -I got it.

  • Ground cinnamon.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Yeah.

  • What even-- I picked [INAUDIBLE].

  • -I cook too much.

  • You can't use spices.

  • I know them all.

  • -What are you doing?

  • -Why are you banging this spoon on my knee?

  • -I was just trying to get it off.

  • -Object number eight.

  • -Why am I scared?

  • You're laughing.

  • -Ew, I can smell it.

  • -Open your mouth!

  • -Baby food.

  • Peas.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Yeah.

  • -Well.

  • -Swallow.

  • Swallow it.

  • -Ew.

  • That's gross.

  • -Gag reflexes, man.

  • Couldn't swallow it.

  • That was gross.

  • -Object number nine.

  • Open your mouth for this one.

  • Come on.

  • Do it again.

  • -Don't.

  • No.

  • I don't know what that is.

  • -You have to try it again.

  • -No!

  • -Then name something.

  • -It was like a liquid, obviously.

  • -Mm hm.

  • -I don't know this one I still have leftover baby food pea

  • flavor in my mouth.

  • -Then do it again.

  • You have to try more.

  • -No, I don't want it again.

  • Is this water?

  • -No.

  • [BUZZER SOUND]

  • -Is this water?

  • -No, it's not.

  • -I have no idea.

  • Tell me what it is.

  • -Can I tell her?

  • OK, this is milk.

  • You, out of all objects, couldn't figure out milk.

  • -No, I still have baby food stuff leftover in my mouth.

  • Like, all I could taste was pea and then liquid.

  • -That's so weird.

  • -Like, the pea.

  • Like a green pea, not the--

  • -It's OK.

  • -That was Balance--

  • -That was-- I can't believe I didn't know milk.

  • That's embarrassing.

  • -Next item.

  • -Ooh.

  • Caramel.

  • -Yes.

  • [BELL RINGING]

  • -Ooh, I like that one.

  • -You can lick the spoon if you want.

  • Next object.

  • -Peanuts.

  • -No.

  • [BUZZER SOUND]

  • -Nuts of some sort, right?

  • -Yeah.

  • -Oh!

  • They're the little-- what are they called?

  • Sunflower, no.

  • They aren't sunflower seeds, are they?

  • -I don't know.

  • You tell me.

  • -I'm going to with sunflower seeds

  • just because it taste like it.

  • -Yeah, that's sunflower seeds.

  • Last object.

  • -I think it's burning my lips.

  • I really don't even want to-- help me.

  • Something nasty spicy.

  • [BUZZER SOUND]

  • -What is it?

  • -"Di-hon" mustard?

  • Dijon mustard.

  • Is that how you say it?

  • Dijon mustard?

  • -Ew.

  • Ew.

  • Ew.

  • -Am I done?

  • -Yeah.

  • -First object.

  • -Ew, I can smell it.

  • -I don't want it.

  • -I wasn't a chicken!

  • -Come on, Brooklyn.

  • Come on.

  • -I can smell it.

  • -Ew.

  • -Wait, seriously.

  • Brooklyn.

  • It's not even that bad.

  • -You just chucked it down my throat.

  • -You got to stick your tongue in it.

  • Stick your tongue.

  • It's not even that bad.

  • Look, here.

  • Now close your mouth all the way.

  • -Honey.

  • -Yes!

  • That wasn't that bad, now was it?

  • OK, goodness.

  • -I can smell, like, spicy.

  • I'm afraid I'm going to eat something nasty,

  • and then I'm going to throw up on you.

  • -OK.

  • Next item.

  • -Ew, that's gross.

  • I don't know what that is.

  • But it's nasty.

  • -You want to know what it is?

  • [BUZZER SOUND]

  • -I feel like I know, but I don't.

  • -Mango salsa.

  • -Yeah, it's like sweet and spicy at the same time.

  • -OK.

  • Let's go on to the next.

  • -Yuck, I've got a weird taste in my mouth, ew,

  • like honey and mango salsa.

  • -This is the next one.

  • You got to put some all in your mouth.

  • Open.

  • -Ew.

  • That was chunky.

  • What was that?

  • -Can you guess?

  • I'm betting you can guess.

  • -I can't.

  • -Yes, you can.

  • -I'm going to get it wrong.

  • -No.

  • Guess.

  • Go for it.

  • [BUZZER NOISE]

  • -I have no idea.

  • -You really don't?

  • -No.

  • -Dude, it's cottage cheese.

  • -Oh, I was going to guess something cheese.

  • Some cheese.

  • -Oh, come on!

  • You should have guessed.

  • OK, the next item.