Hey guys, it’s Ro! Look who I’m hanging out with. Ro: My friend Justine!
Justine: Hey! I love this gal. I’m gonna put her links down below. Go give her some love. Go subscribe. And today, I had to invite her over because, well one, we’re twinsing. I was like, “Wear a wine striped shirt and I’ll wear a tangerine striped shirt.” And we’re just going to have a day of it this weekend. J: Twins!
Ro: *giggles* You guys suggested that I try Japanese gadgets last time and we had so much fun doing it that I thought we got to make a round 2 of this. I got online, I ordered a bunch of other things. Food things, tech things. And so the first gadget that I want to try today. This is a tech thing. It looks like a Roomba, but like for an iPad. This little chap is a robotic cleanser so it can scrub your smartphone screen all by itself. J: It takes the chore out of it because you don’t just go *doot* clean. Ro: Let’s see if it work ’cause I gotta be honest: I love Roombas. *laughs* Here, let’s get this really dirty. J: Oh! Ro: I’m gonna lick it! J: Who are you?! That’s actually disgusting!
Ro: *giggles* I’m gonna touch it a lot. J: It’s like one of those things at the ice rink. Ro: A Zamboni!
J: Yes!! Ro: Turn it on! Let’s see, let’s see! Oh, my God! I’m in love with him! He’s so smart! He knows where to go! This is gonna take a while. J: So I guess I’ll get a drink of coffee while this happens.
Ro: Yeah, we’ll just wait a little bit. (fast-forward music) I will say that one, it stays on your tech device. It has sensors. It would just take a really long time to clean because the little cleaning strips are really small. I just feel like it would be faster maybe if you went like this. J: Oh don’t do- Oh God Ro: No that’s not right.
J: You’re gonna scratch it. The next gadget that we’re going to try is food-related. You know how they have like apple corers? J: Yeah!
Ro: This is a banana corer. I have never seen this in a US store. Ro: I like to eat peanut butter with my banana.
J: Me too! So you can core ’em and then fill ’em with peanut butter. Ro: Okay.
J: Alright. Look at this, it has a little banana at the end. Step one, you don’t even need a knife, you guys. It comes with this, it’s a banana knife! J: (supremely disappointed) We don’t need a knife? Ro: Here, I’ll let you do it ’cause you’re good with the knives. Ro: Maybe this will be just as good and just cut off the ends. J: Alright… J: Let’s- oh, oh, oh! Ooooh!
Ro: Might be-oh! Might be fun, might be fun. J: Look at this!
Ro: That’s pretty cute. J: I thoroughly enjoyed that. Ro: Alright, now, put this banana up here. *giggles* J: See, the problem is bananas aren’t straight. Ro: You hold it.
J: I’m holding it. Ro: I’m going to core it now. J: Okay, but I think…
Ro: Uh-oh. Oh, it’s ruining the banana. Ro: Two, put it down. Ro: Three, I think put this thing.
J: Yeah… Oops! J: Wait, wait!
Ro: The knife again. Ro: With-no
J: No, this. Ro: Banana on banana.
J: Should we get another banana? Ro: Banana on banana. J: I think you gotta just… get that tip up there.
Ro: No, that’s messed up. J: There, that’s nice. J: Oh, banana on banana.
Ro: Banana on banana. Ro: We’ve got a hole! We did it! J: Okay, cool! Now, we fill it up with whatever we want. Ro: I don’t have any peanut butter… Ro: I’ve got some chocolate here…
J: Alright! Ro: that we can fill it up with. I love peanut butter, so let’s fill some chocolate. J: Maybe… I think you gotta stick it in there further. Ro: Oh, shoot.
J: Huh. J: Can we just use this? Ro: Feel it out, feel it out. Ro: Yep, you got it. Ro: Gentle. Gentle. Just a little.
J: Oh gentle? J: Oh, NO!! Oh, no! Oh, gosh!
Ro: Oh, no! Oh, no! Ro: Oh, Justine! Oh, no, no!
J: I’m so sorry! Ro: *giggles* Yours looks a little crazy, but you got chocolate everywhere. J: It’s on my body.
Ro: *giggles* Ro: Cheers.
J: Okay J: It tastes really good.
Ro: That’s really good. Ro: You have chocolate everywhere over there. *giggles* J: That chocolate is really good. Ro: Fondue is REALLY good! J: So, our next Japanese gadget is a foam pen. J: I have never seen this ever. Ro: So, you fill it with dish soap and then, apparently you can make these little characters, and it comes with stickers and you put the stickers on top of the foam J: That’s really cute! Ro: Here’s a picture of someone using it. J: It’s like a child hand.
Ro: Yeah, see, so maybe we can do it. J: I hope so.
Ro: If kids are doing it, we can do it. J: Um, I’m sorry. That child hand must be an adult- J: This is huge! Ro: So, let’s fill it up. (fart sound) J: I guess I’m just gonna stick this in there. Ro: Whats happening? It’s a nice smelling toy. Ro: Uh-oh. Oh, it’s coming out!
J: Oh my gosh, it’s working! J: Ro… and a heart.
Ro: Aww! Ro: I love it!
J: Okay, this is cool. Ro: Okay, let’s make the little chicken. J: That seems to be working. Ro: Yeah, it’s a little liquidy, but let’s see if we can make a big ball. Ro: Get it on there. Beautiful!
J: Yeah! Ro: I’ll keep building the head.
J: Okay, I’ll stick this on. Ro: Okay, go!
J: It’s okay! Ro: *giggles* Oh, no! It’s like melting.
J: Here we go. Wait, oh, I forgot his eyes, I forgot his eyes! Ro: Stick ’em on. *giggles*
J: How does he look? J: Oh… Here, I’m gonna make him a real thin chick. Oh, look at him, he looks so good. Ro: I’m not very good at it. Ro: But look! Look at this!
J: It’s really cute. Aww! Ro: Do you want to do a paw with me.
J: Oh, yeah, that’s cute. Ro: We can get matching paws. Ro: Is it doing it?
J: Yeah, you should probably lift up. Hmm. Ro: (dejected) Oh. Ro: I’m determined. These don’t look like paws. *imitating gadget sound* *giggles* J: That’s like something that I see in a nightmare. Ro: The next Japanese gadget that I have is a toilet noise blocker. J: Uh, I’m sorry. That looks like a cute little key chain.
Ro: Have you heard of these? Ro: It is a cute little heart, but apparently, if you’re ever going to the bathroom, whether it’s a number one or a number two, and you’re embarrassed and don’t want to have other people hear you, apparently, you push a button on here and it’s supposed to make it sound like a toilet flushing. J: What!?
Ro: So, it’s supposed to like cancel out the noise that you’re making. Ro: When it’s the time for sound disguise… (fart sound) just switch on. You’ll let it fill the room with the sound of flushing water and then whatever happened in the toilet, (both) stayed in the toilet, so to speak. Ro: We’ll just have to pretend that I walked into a bathroom.
J: Yes. Okay. Ro: I’ve sat down and I’m so embarrassed. I don’t want someone to hear me pee. Let me push this button on my key chain. (loud rushing water sound) J: Oh, what?! This is more embarrassing than a poo sound! Ro: Is the bathroom flooding?
J: Are you okay in there ma’am? J: They’re gonna think this is coming out of your body. Ro: This sounds like you have some major stomach issues. J: Your intestines are not well if that’s coming out of you. (sounds of gastrointestinal distress and flooding) Ro: Maybe you have a little toot, but it’s gonna embarrass you if you put this on. It will sound like a flash-flood. (sounds of the gadget and a fart) J: Oh, you can still hear it.
Ro: I can still hear you. Ro: Now, it just sounds like a flood and a fart. *sounds of the gadget, mouth farts and giggling* J: I would have to like knock on the stall next to me like, “Excuse me? Do you need me to call someone?” Ro: Yeah! The next gadget that we are going to try, Justine, if you will, is a 3D latte art maker. It’s got a little bunny and a little bear, frog, little kitties. (sounds of the toilet gadget) *giggles* J: Already confused about this one though. Ro: Okay J: (whispering) I think this goes here… J: Oh, jeez Ro: Okay, then the power. Ro: What’s this little nub about? You know what? The only thing I like to assemble really is Legos ’cause those are fun. J: Ooooh, buddy! Ro: You did it. You did it!
J: What?! J: Don’t do too much. Wait, hold on.
Ro: Okay, it’s like… J: I think there’s a little-oh! Sorry!
Ro: That’s okay. That’s okay. Ro: I used to be a barista. I’m really good at this. I can pour at anytime, anywhere. Ro: NOOOO! J: It’s fine.
Ro: I’m not very good at pouring. Ro: Yes! J: Ahhh!
Ro: That’s it. That’s it! That’s it. We did it. We did it. We did it. Coffee’s comin’. Ro: Hold it over your cup. Ro: Here, I’ll get your little cup ready.
J: Okay Ro: And then you pump. This is the part that a lot of people in line had trouble with and I… haven’t seen it work quite right. Ro: OOOOH!
J: *gasps* Ro: OOOOH!
J: *hyperventilates* J: I have coffee in my eyes. Ro: This is not your fault.
J: I’m sorry! Ro: There was not good instructions. This is not easy to use. I’m so sorry. I promise I have one more gadget for us to try and it’s fun. You don’t put it together. Ro: It’s fashion.
J: (sadly) I love fashion. Ro: And you and Matty can have it-use it together. J: (sadly) That’s good. Ro: So in Japan, they have these hoodies with a front pouch that’s really big, kind of like a kangaroo. J: Yeah. Ro: And then you put your pets in them.
J: Oh my Ro: It’s supposed to be for cats and small dog. I’m gonna try it with me and Cookie, but Cookie’s like a bowling ball. *gasps* Has little pompoms. J: Oh, he’s gonna love that.
Ro: Has little pompoms. Look! Ro: If I’m like this, do you think I’m like you? (baby talk) Ro: And you guys, look at the little hoodie. It has little ears! J: Oh, my goodness. There we go! Ro: And you can tighten it and then, he can stay in there snug as a bug. Oh, that’s fashion. J: Here, Matty. I’m gonna let to have that treat anyway ’cause you’re being a very good boy. There you go! Nice! Ro: Good boy Matty! Watch out runway, here comes Justine and Matty. J: (in an bad British/Australian accent)
Hello. Today, I’m wearing my dog in my pouch. His name’s Matty. Ro: Alright, Cookie. We’re going to try to go in here. Ro: I don’t think she can fit. J: She’s like a little bowling ball. Ro: She’s so heavy. *giggles* J: Legs are in. J: Yeah, I don’t think that’s gonna work out. Ro: Oh, you’re just a sturdy girl. (baby talk) Alright, that does it for all of the Japanese gadgets, and a little bit of wearable fashion, that I have today. A big thank you to my friend, Justine for trying all of these crazy things with me. J: Thanks for having me. Sorry for ruining our coffee latte art. J: It just did not work out.
Ro: No… Ro: It was not your fault and this was an adventure. I had so much fun. Please check out the video we did over on Justine’s channel. I’m gonna put a link down below and I’m gonna put a link to all of her links. All the social media links. If you guys have any other ideas for any other fun videos that you’d like to see us do together, please let me know, leave me a comment down there. J: Yeah, I feel like all the cool stuff that we end up coming up with, like they tell us to do it. Ro: Yes!
J: It’s so fun! Ro: If you would like to watch any other videos, you can click up here. J: Or up here. Ro: Yeah, over up here. Alright, thanks again you guys. Buh-bye!