– The first person to drink
a drink of water loses. (gasps) – Not, no one saw that. (upbeat guitar music) – Nihao! – Oh, oh, Spanish! (laughs) – Please don’t tell me. – I don’t like being told – Very hangry. (guitar music) – Bunnies, there’s a bunny on there. – It’s called White Rabbit. – I can tell it’s Chinese, not Japanese. – Cause less lines, and
Japanese is more confusing. – Don’t get stuck in my teeth, stop! Getting my molars in. (knocks) – Eh. (laughs) – What? I don’t know what animal that is. – Maybe they chopped up the pudding, and they put a bunny in the bowl. And then they put a spoon in
it and chopped the bunny up. (cries) And chopped the bunny up,
then put vanilla in the bowl, and chopped the bunny up more. – What? (laughs) – Okay.
– (laughs) Yeah. – Haw flakes, ♪ haw flaaaaakes ♪ – It kinda looks like a rocket ship. – No, it looks like a lantern. – No, it’s a rocket ship, see? – No, Justin, a lantern that
hangs from those strings. – Oh yeah, that’s a better point. – (slaps) Get out of there! – I’m gonna eat one. I can’t help it; these look good. They have like a strong lemon taste. – Tastes like Sour Patch
Kids, the blue ones. – (chews) Tastes like
cinnamon, no apple pie. – So you can pick candies
off of the thorn bush. (laughs) – Virus! – Can I tell you something? – So, it’s not a worm;
it’s a virus, uh huh. – No, come on. – (sniffs) I can’t smell anything. (guitar music) – I don’t like the smell. – Oh no! (gasps) – I’ve tried spicier,
but this is still spicy! – I am; I don’t know about her. – Justin thinks he’s getting better, but why do you still need that much water? – I don’t. – It’s still burning my
mouth, but I like it. – Uh, what’s gluten? – Or your butt cheeks. – It’s gluteus! – The first person to drink
a drink of water loses! – Go! (gasps) – Should we move on? – Never! I will win this thing. – No!
– Yay! – Oh, the last one to drink water loses! – [woman] Oh! – The wait was already over! The wait was over! – Woo hoo! (upbeat guitar music) – Cheers, my good fellow. I was expecting a sweet taste. (guitar music) – Hard, sour. (laughs) – No, dad! Come on, come and try, try, try! – (laughs) Not for me. You like sour stuff. (hisses) – (gasps) I want this! – Those look like rice cakes. They’re rice cakes! – (crunches) I miss these. – Chinese class. – I don’t remember. – I’ll give it 2000 thumbs up! Look, I’m the rice cracker mouse. (hisses) – I thought you said they were rice cakes! – Cake. – Cracker. – This, this, this looks like frosting! And it tastes very sweet like frosting. – Leave this in the comments:
is this a rice cake… – Or a rice cracker? Obviously it’s a rice cracker. – Obviously it’s a rice cake,
like this looks like frosting. – Why would it be a cake
cause it’s crunchy and hard. – Cakes can be crunchy and hard. – You wanna fight about it?