字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント R: So here's a napkin for you in case you gotta spit it out. A: Is it that bad? R: I don't know. R: Hey guys! I'm here with my brother Andrew and my sister Bri. R: And my other brother Daniel, who's a [BLEEP] D: You better edit that! R: My other brother Daniel, who's a scaredy-cat and he's not gonna- R: Don't put the fur on my napkin! D: Boots with the fur ♪ A: Oh, I'm sorry. Is it going to mess with you when you throw it up? R: And today we're going to try, um, I forget the word for these. R: These are like Japanese snacks you eat when you drink beer. R: The first one we're going to try is this: fried fish skin. R: This is probably the best one. R: I chose this one for first because it probably tastes the best and it's probably going make everyone else think the other ones are okay. R: Here. Take a piece of fish skin. D: Feed a piece to Henry. A: They're little crunchies. R: Hi other kitty! R: You already ate it! A: Oh, was I supposed to wait? R: Okay, well, let's go ahead and eat our fish skin. A: Tastes like crunchy snacks. A: I'd probably snack on them. A: What do you need beer for? They're all right. R: This one's not that bad. R: Well you can have this, then. R: All right. Our second one here is dried squid tentacles. A: Looks like bacon. R: So uh, yeah. Just pretend this one's bacon. B: Pretend... A: Wanna split it? D: That smells terrible. A: All right. D: Smells like wet cat or something. R: Would you WAIT to try it until we- R: It's a squid tentacle. B: Ughhh! A: I mean, it's not really bad. It's just kinda hard to eat. R: Here's my squid tentacle. R: I can't chew it. B: I can't either. A: It's not really bad. R: Wasabi-flavored salted fish! A: Is that gonna be hot? R: Wasabi isn't like, super hot. R: I'm gonna get the cat! D: He's chasing after something. R: YEAH got another kitty- R: Bye, kitty. A: That's got its eyes and stuff still! D: Oh jeez. R: Yeah, these are WHOLE fish. B: Is that safe? R: Yeah it's- R: Oh, yours doesn't have eyes! That's cheating. It's just a tail. B: I don't think it has an entire head. R: There you go! R: All right! I hope this focuses so you guys can see this. A: It's not bad, actually. R: WOULD YOU WAIT! A: They're actually pretty good, Daniel. R: Is it really? A: Isn't it? B: Yeah, it's not bad. R: What?! Both of them ate without me! B: Oh, I'm sorry. A: Want another one? B: I'll have another one. B: What is that?! R: Do you like fish? R: Oh no, it's wasabi-flavored. R: I'm not gonna give that to the cat. R: Wasabi-flavored fish. A: Oh, I'm sorry Leo. Is she taking your rest[ing spot]? R: That's not... That's not his name. A: Wait, which one's this one? D: Henry. A: Henry, okay. A: All right, if you say so. R: This is ume. B: It's a fruit? R: Yeah. I think this one's pickled, though. R: All right, go ahead. B: Oh my god! A: That's not that great. A: All right, I'll use the napkin. B: Is there a pit in them? A: Yeah. R: I don't know how to eat it. A: Exactly! You guys don't even explain how to eat this, whether it's got a pit in it or not! R: You know what you need to do? R: Daniel, take this back to your house and hand these out to all your roomates. R: Say this is a candy from Japan. D: Okay. I'll do it. R: All right, this one is fried shell. B: Of what? A: Shell? R: Like the inside of a shell-fish? A: Ohhh. I was gonna be like, I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to eat like seashells and stuff. R: Oh, this! B: It's like rubbery. R: Yeah, it is rubbery. R: Okay. All right. Let's go. A: It's chewy. R: It is chewy. A: It's not bad, though. R: Since Andrew likes them, you can have this bag, too. R: I knew he'd eat anything. A: She goes to Japan and gets me all sorts of candies. R: I bring him back dried fish every single time. R: ALL RIGHT. And then here's the finale. R: They're GIANT fried fish. R: Or, dried out fish. A: Does it taste like wasabi? R: Nope. R: This is just fish and salt. R: Oh, you got a little baby one. Omg. A: He's swimmin. A: The cat's watching with his head! R: Okay. A: Is that your napkin, Bri? B: Do you need it? A: Just in case. R: No cheating eating the tail part. You gotta eat the head part first. R: Here we go. R: Don't you cheat! Put that in your mouth! A: It's kinda dry. R: That's not too bad actually. R: Tastes like a really salty fish. A: So, what was the best one? B: The little wasabi fish. R: The wasabi fish? A: Then these. R: Oh, really? You like the shell? A: It's close between this wasabi and the shell. A: Then it's the skin. A: Then it's the squid, A: Then it's the dried fish. A: Then the worst is the fruit. R: That fruit... that you're gonna give to your roommates. R: Don't tell them what it is. D: I'll tell them it's candy. R: All right, so, thanks for trying my Japanese snacks I brought back. A: Thanks for the candy. R: Next time I'll try to bring something that tastes good. R: All right, see you guys later! R: Okay, stay there! A: Hey Daniel! [blows fur] A: It didn't make it. D: Actually, it did. R: It was like you were blowing a kiss to him. R: That's what it looked like from my angle. A: A kiss full of cat fur.