字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 [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.