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  • We used to go to topless bars.

    我們以前都會去上空酒吧

  • Strip shows. - What?

    看脫衣秀 - 什麼?

  • I had no idea

    我以前完全不知道

  • that you used to do that.

    你會做這些事情

  • I was fun, I liked it.

    我以前可是很有趣的。我喜歡做這些事

  • Fatherhood!

    老爸特輯!

  • It's Father's Day, comin' up soon.

    父親節快到了

  • About two years ago, the Try Guys

    大概兩年前,我們(Try Guys)

  • made a motherhood series for mother's day.

    為了母親節,拍攝一系列的老媽特輯

  • So we're doing a whole fatherhood series.

    所以這次要來做個老爸特輯

  • One video every day that's all about dads.

    每天拍一部跟老爸有關的影片

  • Uh oh.

    喔喔

  • Is it rude for me to say that I want out?

    我現在就說我想退出會不會很沒禮貌?

  • The Try Guys are going to become fathers.

    Try Guys要嚐嚐當父親的滋味

  • We're gonna become daddies.

    我們要當爸爸囉

  • Or at least invite our dads to come in

    就算當不成,我們也會邀請我們自己

  • from across the nation to let us know

    遠在各地的爸爸來聊一下

  • how terrible it was to raise us.

    我們當初有多難帶

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡樂的開場音樂)

  • So today we're recreating photos of our dads.

    今天我們要復刻我們老爸當年的照片

  • In an aim to better understand who they were

    希望藉此可以更了解當他們

  • when they were our age.

    在我們這個年紀的時候是怎樣的人

  • I think many times, the father/son relationship

    我常常覺得父子關係

  • is the least developed in the family.

    是家庭中最難發展的議題

  • His life starts when I was born.

    在我出生後他的人生才開始

  • But before that he's just like us?

    但他們以前可能⋯⋯就跟現在的我們一樣?

  • I don't really know a ton about my dad,

    我其實沒有很了解我爸

  • which is why we wanted to do this whole series.

    這也是為什麼我們想要做這個特輯

  • Let's get daddy-ied.

    當爸爸囉

  • Daddies.

    喔不是,是叫爸爸來

  • It's weird.

    感覺有點怪

  • There some photos I look at my dad

    有些照片會讓我覺得

  • and I'm like, "I don't recognize that man."

    「我不認識這個男的」

  • And there's some photos I'm like,

    有些照片則讓我覺得

  • "Wow, that's my face."

    「哇,那根本就是我啊」

  • I doubt he knows what day this photo was taken,

    我很懷疑他記不記得這張照片是什麼時候拍的

  • but my dad is rockin' a mean porn-'stache.

    我爸當年刻意留了A片男星專有的鬍子

  • Is it weird to call your dad's 'stache a porn-'stache?

    這樣說自己爸爸的鬍子會很怪嗎?

  • It's a porn-'stache.

    可是就真的是A片男星會留的鬍子

  • I think my dad and I are really similar in a lot of ways.

    我覺得我跟我爸在很多地方都很像

  • My dad and I talk about music

    我們會聊音樂

  • and we talk about football and that's kinda it.

    也會聊足球之類的東西

  • When I check in with my parents about how

    每次我要跟我爸媽報備一下近況

  • my life is going, I call my mom.

    我只會打給我媽

  • I wanna get advice from him,

    雖然很想問我爸意見

  • and we don't do that.

    但我們就是不會去聊這些

  • I know my mom always says that my dad was funny.

    我媽老是說我爸很風趣

  • I don't see it.

    但我從沒見識過

  • Apparently that's how my dad won my mom

    不過很顯然我爸就是靠這點吸引我媽的

  • and god knows if I find somebody

    也許哪天我遇到對象了

  • that's gonna be how I do it.

    我可能也會用這招來打動對方

  • A lot of my memories are playing outside with my dad.

    我大部分關於我爸的記憶都是我們在外面玩的時光

  • So my dad is a doctor, but he kind of

    我爸現在是個醫生

  • took some time to figure that out.

    但他花了一陣子才決定要走這行

  • He was actually a tennis pro for a while.

    他其實曾經是職業網球選手

  • I always think of my dad as a clean cut guy.

    我對我爸的印象一直都是乾淨、體面

  • His hair is long.

    但他當年居然是長髮

  • My dad has never had long hair.

    我從沒看過我爸長髮的樣子啊

  • I definitely got my competitive nature from my dad.

    我很肯定我的好勝心是遺傳我爸

  • We would play a lot of sports growing up

    他在我成長過程中和我玩了各式各樣的運動

  • and he would always beat me.

    但我每次都敗給他

  • My dad would play the sports that he was good at.

    我爸都玩那些他擅長的運動

  • We would play tennis, we would play squash,

    我們打網球、壁球

  • we would play ping pong.

    還有乒乓球

  • We never really played soccer.

    倒是幾乎沒有玩過足球

  • Hm.

    嗯哼(突然發現盲點)

  • I love my dad, he's great, he's a big old nerd.

    我愛我爸,他個性很棒,但也是個會講老爸笑話的書呆子

  • 'Cause when people always talked about how tall I was,

    人家跟他聊到我長很高這件事的時候

  • he'd say, "Yeah, he's grew-some."

    他都會說「對啊,高得恐怖(音同:他長大了)」

  • You think your dad loves puns?

    你覺得你爸是雙關語的愛好者嗎?

  • My dad invented puns.

    我爸根本是雙關語的發明者

  • I don't know a ton about my dad's life before me.

    我對我爸在我出生以前的生活完全不熟

  • The only thing I know is that he is a mining engineer

    我只知道他以前是個採礦工程師

  • and he was in a barbershop quartet called

    當年還是男聲四重唱的歌手之一

  • the Four-Ever Yours.

    他們的樂團叫「永遠四你的」

  • (rimshot drumming) I mean come on.

    你嘛幫幫忙

  • Music is really one of the biggest ways

    我覺得音樂是我和我爸之間

  • that I think my dad and I have bonded.

    最深的連結

  • So I thought if I was gonna make anything of my dad,

    所以如果我要模仿我爸

  • I should make his iconic foursome

    我絕對是要跟我的四人組合

  • with my iconic foursome.

    一起模仿他當年的四人組合

  • How different the Try Guys could've been, you know.

    你能想像Try Guys跟會現在會有多大不同嗎

  • When I was a kid, I really hated my dad.

    我小時候真的很討厭我爸

  • He was never home.

    他永遠不在家

  • He had to work about two hours away

    他工作地點車程要兩小時

  • so for a chunk of my childhood,

    我的童年大部分的記憶中

  • he was never there for five days a week.

    一個禮拜五天的時間裡,他五天都不在家

  • Every time I saw my dad, he had to play

    我每次看到我爸

  • the disciplinarian role.

    他都像個風紀一樣在管我們

  • In retrospect, I feel really bad for him

    現在回想起來,我其實滿同情他的

  • because we did have a lot of issues growing up

    我的成長過程中其實我們滿多摩擦

  • but I think a lot of it was just

    但我想主要原因

  • the expectation of what a man should be in his family.

    都是來自對一個一家之主的期望

  • And then my parents got divorced.

    後來我爸媽離婚了

  • My dad versus Jae are two different people.

    離婚後的我爸,Jae,和爸爸這個角色完全不同

  • Jae is the man that came out of the divorce.

    Jae是那個從離婚走出來的角色

  • He became everything that I think

    而他具備所有我認為他該有的樣子

  • he was destined to be, which is a good person

    他是個很棒的人

  • with a great sense of humor.

    而且很有幽默感

  • I'm very excited to learn what this moment was

    我很期待去體會是什麼讓

  • in this hammock where he's like,

    躺在吊床上

  • dreamily looking up at that sky

    好似做夢一樣抬頭看天空的他

  • that would warrant that smile.

    掛著臉上的那抹笑容

  • When I was a child, I would never

    我小時候絕對不可能

  • see that expression on his face.

    在他臉上看到這種表情

  • Daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy

    ♫ 爹地、爹地、爹地、爹地~

  • So just be like, "Hey Adam."

    你就說「嗨,亞當」

  • Yeah, call me Adam.

    叫我亞當

  • I'm Adam Kornfeld and I am Zach Kornfeld's father.

    我是亞當,札克的爸爸

  • Hi Zach.

    嗨,札克

  • I wanted to be in the music business since I could remember.

    從我有記憶以來我就一直想走音樂這行

  • I was eight or nine years old.

    我大概八、九歲的時候

  • I used to listen to Casey Kasem's American Top 40

    都會聽Casey Kasem的廣播節目American Top 40

  • and I was hooked.

    我當時深深入迷

  • He loves rock n' roll.

    他很愛搖滾樂

  • I remember listening to the Beach Boys

    我小時候都跟著聽海灘男孩

  • and the Beatles and Bob Marley.

    披頭四、還有巴布·馬利

  • I look like Freddie Mercury's pudgier brother.

    我覺得我看起來好像矮胖版的佛萊迪·墨裘瑞的兄弟

  • I'm about the same age as you are now in that photo.

    我當時跟你現在年紀差不多大

  • I was on the beach on Fire Island.

    我當時在彩虹島的沙灘上

  • One of my favorite places in the world.

    那是我在世界上最喜歡的地方

  • Your grandparents actually met there in the late 1950s.

    你爺爺奶奶1950年代是在那認識的

  • That's a happy memory photo.

    這張照片充滿快樂的回憶

  • I'm Jim, I'm Ned's dad.

    我是吉姆,我是奈德的爸爸

  • And, then I don't know what I'm talking about after that.

    然後⋯⋯我就不知道要說什麼了

  • (laughing)

    (旁邊的人大笑)

  • I've played practically every sport.

    基本上我什麼運動都玩

  • It's not as popular nowadays,

    雖然現在已經不如以往

  • but in the 70s, tennis was huge.

    但網球在70年代時很受歡迎

  • God, it's such an action shot.

    天啊,這張照片也太動感

  • We're like, jumping out at this.

    我要整個朝這裡跳

  • We sometimes joke that I'm really obsessed with marriage

    我們常開玩笑說,我對於婚姻很著迷

  • but I think I get it from my dad.

    但我覺得這點其實是遺傳我爸

  • He will do anything for his family.

    他會為了家人做任何事情

  • Every summer, in fact, I've never missed

    每年夏天,從沒有例外

  • a summer in my life, with my dad and my mom,

    我和我爸爸媽媽

  • we go to this place called the Thousand Islands.

    都會去千島湖群島

  • Crowds would come out to watch these tournaments that we'd have.

    會有大批人潮來看我們比賽

  • This photo is of me in one of the tournaments.

    這照片是我在其中一場比賽時被拍下的

  • (grunting)

    (各種咕噥)

  • To the left.

    往左

  • You know, even just recreating this in a photo studio

    即便是在攝影棚裡重現這張照片

  • is tough.

    都是一件很困難的事

  • I don't think I fully realized

    我覺得我應該無法體會

  • how good at tennis my dad was.

    我爸網球到底有多強

  • I know this smile of my dad's very well.

    我很熟悉我爸這樣子的微笑

  • He has one smile.

    因為他只會這樣微笑

  • I'm Don Habersberger, I'm Keith's father,

    我是唐,凱斯的爸爸

  • and he has two other sons.

    他另外還有兩個兒子(口誤) - 有另外兩個兒子的是你

  • Did I say that?

    我有這樣說嗎?

  • Let's start that all over.

    我們重拍一次

  • I'm recently retired and I spent

    我最近剛退休

  • over 40 years in the mining industry.

    過去四十年我都在採礦業工作

  • I was in choirs ever since fourth grade.

    我從小四就在唱詩班

  • I began going to barbershop practices

    後來我開始參加男聲四重奏的練習

  • and got into a quartet, the Four-Ever Yours.

    最後進入四重奏樂團《永遠四你的》

  • (rimshot drumming) It's sort of a play on words.

    這是個雙關語

  • Music was the part to balance my life with.

    音樂是我生活中的平衡劑

  • Sweet Adeline

    (歌詞:甜蜜的艾德琳)

  • Sweet Adeline

    (歌詞:甜蜜的艾德琳)

  • I'm Eugene's dad.

    我是尤金的爸爸

  • I was 41 years old when he was born.

    尤金出生的時候我41歲

  • Kinda old.

    滿老的

  • I guess he's relaxed now 'cause he's retired

    他現在退休了,我猜應該有輕鬆一點

  • but he had a pretty stressful life.

    但他以前的生活壓力很大

  • Even in this photo, I have no idea

    就連這張照片

  • if this was taken in Korea.

    我也完全不知道這是不是在韓國拍的

  • Growing up in a war torn country, I think