♫ I’ve been staring at
the edge of the water ♫ Long as I can remember ♫ Never really knowing why Woop! (lively music) – So good.
– So good. – Yes (mumbles). (boys scream) – [Smaller Boy] I see you peaking. – Blop. – Blop. – How does it not turn into yoke? How does it not run down
like my egg this morning? – [Girl] On that side, go down, down. – Oh, good idea. If I do that, will I have to eat that? (screams) – Promise it does win. – It’s actually good. I recommend it. – Take a bite; I’ll hypnotize you. – [Boy] I’m trying to take a bite. – Just take a bite! – What’s it called? – What? – Oh, I thought you said hoco moco. – Japan. – I wish it was. – It’s a really beautiful country. – It’s actually pretty good. – Told ya. – Sushi! – I’ve seen them, my
parents just never buy them. (girl singing to herself)
– Salty. (boy whispering) – It’s a pig nipple? (laughing) – No. – Who needs a bow clip? Here’s one for free. – Awwww. – I want to keep it. – Save it for later. – [Both] Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. – You’re not taking my seaweed. (making noises and laughing) – What? – Rice rolls. – [Smaller Boy] What’s that? – I like the juice in it. Now I’ll spit it out and get more juice. – No. – What? – With dirt? – Woohoo, we used dirt. – Yeah, that’s good! – You had to do that just to make this. – Wow. – Why not just catch a pig and use some sticks that
are like this on the top and then poke it through then cook it. That sounds crazy. – [Bigger Boy] Yeah. – Jello! – Cake. – Please say this cake is from America. Yay! – Can I eat all of it? – Mmmmmm. – Mmmmm, mmmm, mmmm. – It tastes good. – I would eat this for
breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Definitely dinner. – Thank you for watching. Subscribe is right here. – Aloha. – [Both] Subscribe to Hiho. – Subscribe. – Press the button right here. It might be on my head, just so you know. – [Child] Aloha.