– You got any girlfriends? – No. (giggling) – You’re always talking about girls. Always asking me. (laughter) (light upbeat music) Hello.
– Hi. I’m Ethan. – I’m his big brother, Brett. – We’re sisters. No. (laughing) We’re siblings.
– Brother, sister. – Like, nine years.
– Nine years or something. – We have a 20 year age gap. – 23 years apart? – ’85. – Wow. (laughing) – So, you’re gonna eat my favorite food that grandma used to feed me. – Do you think I’m gonna like it? – I think you’re gonna love it. – [Woman] Okay, open your eyes. – Ramen. – Have you ever ate that before? – No. – [Woman] While this is cooking we can crack the egg. – Okay. I have a trick. – What’s your trick? – I just. (knocking) (cracking) And then. There you go. – I just crack them. – All right, Ethan, open your eyes. Boom. Pickle herring. It’s nice and juicy, you got
a cracker for some crunch. Cheers. (crunching) What do you think, Ethan? – It’s good. – You really think it’s good? (laughter) – Oh, that’s so good! – What does it taste like? – Strawberry milk. But then it also has that ice cream taste. This is really good. Are you gonna have one? – Oh, yeah. Sure, okay.
– You can have one. – For old time’s sake. – When was the last one you had one? – Honestly, probably in elementary school when I used to buy them. – Oh, I’m so sad, dude. I’m so sorry for you. – How often did you like to eat this? – After school, for dinner sometimes. Yeah, it’s good. – Final test. It’s salty. Went down my throat like, boom. (laughing) – Do you like it though? – It’s okay. – The other thing I
brought you then is uh, don’t get turned off by the name, but it’s banana baby food. – What? – And I still eat it today. You ready? – [Ethan] Yeah. – Isn’t it good? Is it better than yogurt? See, so good. – You remember how you felt when you were getting ready
to have a little sister? – I was excited of course, but I was like, dang, I don’t
get to be spoiled no more. – Yeah, that is true. – What did you think of me
when I was gonna happen? – Um, it was surprising for sure. I had graduated already
before you were born. From college. So, it was almost like I
could’ve had a kid by then. – That’s just too young. – I was pretty excited for you, yeah, but you were like, the
only one I was happy about because Haley, you know, I was not happy about Haley. But you. Our sister. (laughing) – So, we used to beg for Lunchables and we would never get them. Do you get to eat Lunchables now? – I’ve had them a couple times but that’s only when my
friends give me theirs. (crunch) Oh my god. – [Big Sister] It doesn’t really look that good to me anymore. – Why is it so hard to swallow? – Probably the crackers. I don’t know, dry. – The ice cream was way better. – What’s it like to be almost 20. – Too much. – Too much? – It’s not as fun as being a kid but it’s good. You make your own rules. – You get to drink. – Drink what? – Beer. Vodka. Whiskey.
– I honestly don’t think you would like the taste of that stuff. – Yeah, probably not. – Most of the time it sucks. – Why? – There’s just so many
things you just have to do and it gets tiring. Go to work. Who wants to go to work? I don’t. – I would. – More power to you. Just wait. Just wait. – That she was born in
the 80s not the 90s. – Oh gosh. – And she had very good taste. – Oh, thank you.