字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - [Interviewer] Have you ever been in love? - I mean, ah, there is this dog that I really love. We're married. (upbeat music) - [Interviewer] Why do you think you might be dressed so fancy? - I've got no idea, honestly, actually. - [Interviewer] Have you ever been to a wedding? - Yeah, Mommy and Daddy's. - There's a man-- - A bride and and a dude. (laughs) - Then they smoochy-smooch. (boy laughing) - Do you have to kiss? Like, can you just skip it? - [Interviewer] That'd be cool, a handshake, a high five. - Or a salute! (laughs) I do! (both laughing) - [Interviewer] Have you ever had champagne before? - Um, not exactly. - Wait, can I borrow this? - No, no, no, no, no, no, no. (boy smooching) (glass clinks) (both laughing) - Whoa, what is this? - Cake! - Cake! - And here's a piece Halada. - No, no, no, no, no. - I do it my way, you do it yours. - Mm. - Mm-hmm. - Excuse me for a second. (girl spitting) That was terrible! - [Interviewer] It's from a really fancy country. - France? - England? - [Interviewer] Yes, it is from England! It's for like royalty. - Wow. - (laughs) We're rolling up the frosting. - [Interviewer] You would do this in front of the queen? - Nope! (both laugh) That would just be unappropriate. - Just keeps getting away from me. It's doing it by itself. (girl coughs) - I think I just smelled vinegar. - [Interviewer] Each thing represents something about marriage. - Let me guess. - Is that vinegar? - That is the kids, because sometimes they're sour. (girl laughing) (girl laughing) - [Interviewer] Have you noticed that sometimes when you're married to somebody you do wind up getting in a fight with them? - Yes. You can get into quite a couple arguments, which I go for the spicy. For the vinegar, some things can be a bit annoying, and then the sour is sometimes you have to just shake off your anger. - [Interviewer] That's what marriage is like. It's sweet, it's spicy, it's bitter, and it's sour. - And painful. - Wha? It looks good. - It tastes just like my grandma. - Yeah. - Soup. - Wait, let me guess. Is this from Vietnam, because it looks like pho. - [Interviewer] It's German wedding soup. - Hochzeitssuppe. - Honkakonk! (both laugh) - Hochzeitssuppe. I don't think I'll remember that. - Ew! It looks like alien farts. Like, they put them in a freezer, and they turned into this. - No, mm-mm. - Okay, I wouldn't dare not taste it now. - I don't like the inside. - [Interviewer] They're called husband and wife cakes. - I ate the wife. - I ripped the outside of it. (both laughing) - [Interviewer] Do you want to get married? - Maybe when I'm like, Daddy got married. I'll be as old as him. How old were you when you got married? - [Dad] I don't know. You'll have to ask your mom. - What?! (laughs) He doesn't even remember when he got married. - Oh, presents! - I take this one. - I take this one. - Mm-hmm, what is this? - Peanut butter and jelly! - [Interviewer] Ooh! - I've got a good idea. - [Interviewer] (laughs) You're drunk. - I'm so not drunk! (burps) - [Interviewer] They're like a party favor, and at the end, everybody gets one. - Well, it tasted good. - Mm-hmm. - [Interviewer] Do you like them? - No, this is a bad wedding. - [Interviewer] I'm not married. Is there any, like, advice you could give me? - Be nice to them, and if you don't love them, just dump 'em. (laughs) - [Interviewer] Okay! Ready? - Uh-uh. ("Wedding March") - Ah! (laughs) - [Interviewer] Now you're married! (boy giggles) - Goodnight everybody, and get married fondly. (girl laughs) - [Interviewer] (laughs) Okay, great, cut.