– I’m not telling you my boyfriend. – I’m 7, of course I do. Like every girl has one. Ooh, I like this one! Ooh, I like him! (whimsical music) – Hello!
– Hello – Valentime’s Day. – I have a kissy shirt. – Oh, I hate Valentine’s Day. One time, a kid got his girlfriend a big teddy bear and a box of chocolates and some flowers. – And she got him nothing. – Oh congratulations! Your relationship isn’t
gonna last into eighth grade. (interviewer laughing)
– Yeah I know, it was sad. (sliding) – Chocolate. – Is this chocolate? – Huh? – They’re spooning.
– It’s.. – No, it’s more like that.
– Yeah, it’s… – I think this one is easier to eat with. This one is basically for decoration. – Excuse me. (interviewer laughing) – Oh. – Here you go. – Here you go. – Thank you. – Oh, look. – We did soap carving,
how hard could it be? (hammer pounding) – Wow Talbot, you’re very artistic. (laughing) – Ooh, should I put this on my foot? (scraping)
(pounding) – This is hard. (hammer pounding) – Now maybe if we do it.. – Boy scouts can do it, so why can’t we? – That worked, that worked, hold on. (hammering) – It’s stuck. (sliding) A cookie! – Why does it say this? – I don’t know what that says. – Eat baneedabadee?
(interviewer laughing) – Its leeb dis dih dee. – Eek padeek – Libber deek. – I… love you. I love you. No. I’m not in love with you! – They do exchanging roses
and petals on the bed. (interviewer laughing) – Romantic!
(kissing) – I’ll give one to my sister. Lauren, come here. I love you, Lauren. (interviewer laughing) (sliding) – I see a egg.
– Candy egg. – Candy egg. – When I see you, I feel a spark. So I wrote you like they do in Denmark. Dot dot dot dot dot dot dot. – Morse code.
– Dot dot dot. – Dot dot dot, dot! – Marina Taylor? – You wrote that note! – I’m very good at making snowflakes. I just wanted everybody to know that. (groaning) – My masterpiece is complete. Ooh, if I lift it, it… mmmm. – Alright, you read mine first
and I’ll read yours second. – Okay. My name is written in dots. And my interactions with
you are I like a robots. And although you can be a prick, I don’t think of you as a hick. Talbot. Yeah, read mine now. – Alright. To you I write my name in dots, for my love for you is
as big as 1000 yachts. Even though we fight, we make it right. Swift as a dove, here comes m’love. (sliding) – [Interviewer] Alright, open your eyes. – Bite deeply. – Oh that’s good. – Enjoy. – Chocolates and more chocolates? You guys are trying to spoil me. – This is obviously made out of pure love. – I’d rather get the homemade chocolates. – Ooooh! – What if he doesn’t like the woman? – Whoa, that’s mean.
– That’s mean! – Receiver day.
– Anxiety and depression day? (interviewer laughing)
– Talbot! – Oh.
– Oh. (sliding) – [Interviewer] Happy Black Day! – Oh. – Huh? – That seems incredibly mean, just like, the day of suffering. – You should go to the park. – Not pick up someone. Hey stranger, you wanna get in my car? (interviewer laughing) – Um, we’re 12, so…
(interviewer laughing) – And we know what it’s like, obviously. I’ve been single… – We’ve been single our whole lives. – I’ve been single for 12 years, Vanessa. 12 years. – Happy Valentines Day from me to you! – Do you love me? – No. (interviewer gasping) Psych! I do. – I love you too.