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    TSL Plays: Battle of the TSL Ships
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    TSL Plays: Battle of the TSL Ships

    December 9, 2019

    Eh, you smell me. Woah, they do, they do voluntarily. Okay… – Welcome to another episode of TSL Plays!
    – Today, we’ll be battling it out to find out who is the best TSL ship. And here are the rules! We are #JohnDria. We are #Shiplings. We are #Bobocharchar. – Wah, aiya, confidence is opposite the size of my eyes.
    – Easy. Big.
    Weilun, why your answer so long? – Ready to reveal?
    – Yes.
    – Yes. Ok, 1, 2, 3. Wah. – You even know the year?
    – Wah, not bad, not bad. 3, 2, 1. He confirm correct. Still put Aquarius. All you Horoscope punks out there, she is an Aquarius. So you don’t mess with her ok. 3, 2, 1. 1st November 1994. And she’s born with the name of Alison Tan Huimin. And she’s a Scorpio, same as me. And then, we have the same blood type A. And then, she is 80% female. – Wah.
    – This is one thing I never ask. 3, 2, 1. Huh, you got younger sister ah? – Just you with long hair?
    – Er, yeah, something like that. – You know the…
    – Huh, that means the Marvel Quiz, the Marvel Quiz…
    – No la, the Marvel Quiz one is my sis. HUH? 3, 2, 1. – 1 Brother.
    – Same as Adria, 1. But don’t look like me. So, who’s more handsome? John John. That’s the correct answer. So got bonus points or not? 3, 2, 1. – That’s exactly how my younger brother look like.
    – I draw for reference. Oh my god, is your mom pregnant? No, I have 1 or maybe I have 2? Orh… – Wah.
    – But we do have 1 shorter younger brother. I think your brother more handsome. – I’m fine with that. I’m fine with that.
    – That’s why he sings better. – Aiya…
    – Think about it. You have a catchphrase meh, Ally? – Got a few eh.
    – Every time, I am behind the camera, what do I say when I love it? Woo! – I know you’ll get it right one. Confirm. You better.
    – Confirm, 2000%.
    – Look at them. 3, 2, 1. Beautiful! 3, 2, 1. No. Is ‘As in…’ If not right, it’s “Huh really meh.” 3, 2, 1. Alamak. It’s not even close. – This is a list of a normal human responses.
    – I don’t even say “stop it.” You don’t have a catchphrase but you have a certain tone. “Stop it…” – Yeah, yeah, yeah, that one.
    – Then, she has a very distinct laugh. She cough and laugh one. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Or if you like disturb her, then she… Oi… – You think carefully ah, Ally.
    – I know. – Comfortable or can?
    – Can. Wah, very good leh, they ask this. – Is can ah.
    – Is can, not comfortable. – Aiyer.
    – The percentage of people who go with this is very little. – I’m the top one.
    – Right, right, right. Very little. Not a lot.
    – I got a feeling we can win this. Ok, go! – Oh my god.
    – What’s that?
    – His is XL. You choose L. – Extremely spicy!
    – It’s slightly spicy, spicy, extremely spicy! – No…
    – No, you order…
    – Got extremely spicy what. You just go slightly spicy, spicy, and extremely spicy. Why you extra? Confirm can, confirm steady.
    I think we correct. I got a good vibez. 3, 2, 1. – Spicy.
    – Extremely spicy. You got a good vibe! No! I can! 3, 2, 1. Oh my god. This is a trend. All the guys overestimate themselves. But the girls are actually correct. – Walao eh.
    – Eh, when I had my first kiss ah? Romantically kiss huh? Wah damn, I feel like you won’t know the answer. 3, 2, 1. 16. Let me explain ah. Today is 2019 mah correct. Then, you have together 7 years relationship. So I minus 7. Means 2012. But then because she 18. Then she say she not so late. Then I say, ok, should be secondary school mah. This poly mah, poly. Then plus minus, 16 lor, secondary 4. You secondary 1 to 3, you nerd mah. But then secondary 4, you suddenly like wah!
    Then people like woo! 3, 2, 1. Oh no… So, you know why not? Because I forgot to tell you. As in like, it happened like in December, I think. Wait, wait, wait. Then like that, Chinese calendar next year already what. 3, 2, 1. Wah, 81 ah. – Wrong, wrong!
    – Wrong, wrong, wrong. Wrong! Wah, who will draw 8 like that one. – Start from here leh.
    – Then what is this! This looks like a jar of water eh. Oh shit. Aiya… – I feel like we need to have a talk after this.
    – Yeah, we really. This one need to go one corner with a mediator.
    – Yeah, this friendship talk ah. Ok, closeness ah. Closeness, I rank ah, based on like can talk. – When someone ask me like who is my best friend in the office, you know how confident I am when I say it’s you right?
    – Yeah. – So you should know the rating?
    – Yeah. Wah. 3, 2, 1. – 6.
    – Eh… Not bad ah, not bad ah. Almost there. – Ok next.
    – Wait wait wait. I don’t know! This Adria bad habit. Indecisive. – I very stressed now.
    – Aiya, whatever la. Gut feeling, gut feeling. 3, 2, 1. What number he write? I don’t dare. Oh no. I’m dead. My thought process: Is there anything I will not tell Adria? The answer is no. – What if I start crying? I don’t know what to say.
    – No, it’s okay, it’s okay.
    – No, wait, wait, wait, stop. Wait, wait, wait. – Why?
    – Why you shy sia? Why you shy? – Don’t cry.
    – No, I never cry. I just feel like, I didn’t know he gonna write 10. So, I… It’s okay, it’s okay. Ally, I have faith in you. 1, 2, 3. – Yay!
    – Somemore, you see he decorate right until…
    – Bling bling. It’s like a badge. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Movies. It sounded like boovies. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Savoury. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Ice cream. – I heard the question mark at the back.
    – Ice cream? – 1, 2, 3.
    – Teh bing. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Noodles. Really meh, you got rice vibes eh. Eat everything also need rice one. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Sneakers. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Chilli! Walao, that one also know. 1, 2, 3. Hate durians! 1, 2, 3. – No.
    – Pine. I was about to say, pineapples? Hell no. – Nike.
    – Adi… How can you not know? – I like Adidas.
    – Oh no. Wah, if they can get. – Why you ask us these very hard questions?
    – Where got hard. – I know Adidas eh.
    – I also know. I also know Adidas. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Texting.
    – Calling. – Oi!
    – I swear, really really. – 1, 2, 3.
    – Black pepper crab.
    – Black pepper crab. – Woah.
    – Oh my god, oh my god. Black pepper crab. – She keep looking here.
    – Is confirm us. Shiplings! Are you serious?! Woah. I would have died you know. The rapid fire killed you guys. Please ah, please. Wah, so long this one. – Read it.
    – Ally, you willing to do this? What? Ew. Oh! Read it out, read it out, read it out. – Ew.
    – You want call your whoever first or not? Give them some time to dry huh, is it? – Let me call Q now.
    – Speaker, speaker. Eh, put on speaker. Hello? You got a friend in me. – I kup (hung up) already.
    – Call again! Must sing at least one… Oh, sorry. You got a friend in me. You got a friend in me. Hello? It’s me. This is home, truly. Where I know I must be. Where my dreams wait for me. Where the river always flows. This is home, surely. Where I know I must be. This is where I won’t be alone. For this is where, I know it’s home. Stupid. I sweat more because of this. – 3, 2, 1.
    – Wait. Shit. Close your eyes, close your eyes. Ally, close your eyes. This is like a punishment more for her than me eh. You let him smell your armpit lah. Ok, ok. – You cannot move ah.
    – You don’t move, you might elbow his head. You count for me. 3, 2, 1, go. Eh, not yet! Ok. Why the face change ah? The face change. Thank you for watching this episode of… You want to sneeze is it? Thank you for watching this episode of TSL Plays. If you like this video, you might want to check out this video over here. And don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe! Bye! She very gross. She eat things off the floor. – She never shower. She never shower.
    – No. I got shower!

    Couples Break Up For A Week | Ned & Ariel • Ship It
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    Couples Break Up For A Week | Ned & Ariel • Ship It

    December 8, 2019

    – It’s kind of lonely sitting
    in the bed all by myself. I mean normally my wife is right there. It’s not the same without her. This week my wife and I are going to live like we’re single. – You drink a lot more wine. I’ll be out of town. – And I’m staying home. I’m not replacing the decorative pillows. – I was single when we met. Couldn’t possibly have changed that much. – I’m at the airport. It’s snowy and rainy and that reflects our current mood. – Personally, I love being single. It gives you freedom to
    do whatever you want, whenever you want. – I’m hoping we can incorporate what makes us unique as single people into the context of our marriage. – I’m just gonna be like
    a caricature of myself. – Rediscover who you were before you were defined by your relationship. – That’s right. – [Zach] And in doing so, I think you two can come back together
    stronger than before. – Wow, alright. – I don’t want to leave. – I don’t want him to leave. – Bye! And now to face TSA. Here we go! Feels weird. I’m gonna put my wedding ring, right next to this
    super cute picture of us that’s right next to this
    other super cute picture of us. I already can’t wait for
    us to get back together. One of the things that I don’t like to do is eating by myself. – [Zach] You eat when you’re hungry. You’re not scheduling your
    meals around someone else. Whatever you want, whenever you want. – I’m eating popcorn for dinner. – Ah, fridge full of beer. – Shh! – Already living the dream. – Popcorn! I definitely enjoyed the first couple of days because I could kind of do whatever I wanted. You cook? – When you’re single and
    you cook, you (bleep) up the proportion size. – Ah it’s hot. Coffee for
    one, but I’m drinking for two. – If you want to sleep till 11, if your body wants to sleep till 11, you’re sleeping till 11. – My wife and I normally go to the gym in the mornings, but I
    slept in and didn’t go. – [Ariel] I don’t have to make the bed because I’m on vacation. – Any of your old vices
    that went out the window, those are all fair game now. Go to bed when you feel like it. – It’s really hard for me to go to sleep when Ned’s not there. I’ve
    been avoiding going to bed because Ned’s not here. – I really don’t like being alone. I’m getting a little
    spooked being in the house all by myself. Do you hear that? – I’ve just been playing on Pinterest. – Oh god, there it is. At least I can set the
    thermostat to whatever I want. – Do you find that you
    end up working more? – Absolutely. – It’s almost 11 o’clock.
    I didn’t have to call Ariel and let her know where I
    was, I could just work. – She doesn’t exist in
    his world right now. – Here I am skiing without Ned. Woo! – I go to drive everyone home only to find out that my key’s not working and then the alarm starts going off. These two boners are left with me. So we need to have the tow truck come and take the car. – [Voiceover] Yes, you want to
    get it away from where it is. – [Ariel] Woo hoo! It’s a little sad, but
    it’s a beautiful day. – [Ned] Wow, look at this. – Hey! – [Ned] Bye! It was harder
    to deal with this experience being single because I didn’t have the support of a partner. I did have the support of my friends. As long as you have a good support network then I think you can face
    any of life’s obstacles. What about a guy’s
    night or a girl’s night? Out with the boys! – To me that’s just a night. – It’s not like this special, once every month type of thing? – No. – Friday night as a single guy. I’m hanging with my main man Zac. – I’m here with my gorgeous sister. – We’ll see if there’s
    someone that looks like worth talking to, we will talk to them. – Oh no, what?! – We’re drinking wine
    and playing with a puppy! (squeaking) – Everyone here, this guy’s dick is huge. – [Voiceover] Hi! – Even though being single’s not for me it was pretty fun to go out with Zac. – [Ariel] If there’s anyone
    else I’d rather be with, it’s my family. – Apparently we closed the bar down. So, should Zac have hooked
    up with that girl or not? Oh, damn! Ugh, I’m so hungover. – Figure out your weekend plans, because otherwise you’re
    gonna be totally alone. – I’ve got four hours
    to kill before I have to pick Ariel up from the airport. I don’t know what I’m gonna do today. Drinking out of my Britney cup. No pants, no problem. I’m going for a walk right now. Going deep, get it! Touchdown! I made a fire. It’s
    time to pick my wife up from the airport which means, ah! Feels back to normal. I’m a little early so I
    actually parked the car and I’m gonna surprise her by just being right next to the gate when you walk out. I’ve always wanted to get surprised by someone at the gate. I see her, I see her. This is very exciting, it’s very exciting. Hi! Yes! Best day ever. I’m very happy that
    we’re back together now. – I am too. (laughter) – It feels so good. Even in a marriage, we’re
    still two unique people and sometimes we both do our own thing. That’s okay. – You’re my best friend. – You’re my best friend. (electronic beats) – Popcorn.

    The Puppies Go To The Beach
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    The Puppies Go To The Beach

    December 3, 2019

    (light cheerful music) – [Narrator] The service dogs in training from Doggy Do Good have a big day ahead of them. It’s beach day! The sun, the surf, and boundless distractions that could cause any of these dogs to flunk out of Service Dog School. This is Puppy Prep. ^(light cheerful music) None of the pups are more excited to smell that ocean air ^than eight-month-old Golden Retriever, Luke. He’s been hanging out by the beach since he was only a couple months old. ^His half-sister, Remmy, is also excited, maybe too excited. It’s all right for her to take a second and adjust to the new sights and smells, but when it comes time for work, Remmy’s going to need to focus. For these puppies, the first order of business at any new location is to sample the local grass. While they’re not supposed to chew on the foliage, it’s easy for the pups to sneak a bite when the trainers have their backs turned. And the trainers turn their back frequently. Having this many puppies around draws attention, and people are excited to learn about the service dogs. But Nelly and Remmy are taking this chance to mess around. (dogs barking) The dogs aren’t supposed to go on the sand after 10:00, and while special exception can be made for service animals, there’s no shortage of other activities by the ocean, like the playground. The playground offers a multitude of different surfaces, sounds, and experiences. All of this builds confidence, getting the puppies ready for anything. ^First one up, six-month-old Chocolate Lab, Benelli. Climbing on rocks and walking on sand may appear simple, but it’s actually building the puppy’s comfort on a variety of surfaces. Wherever Benelli goes, she needs to be focused not on where she’s standing but on what her owner may need. – Good girl. – [Narrator] After breezing through the different surfaces, it’s time for something that will really disorient her. – Good girl. – [Narrator] The slide. While Benelli’s future owners may never actually take her down a slide, it’s important she has confidence to handle all kinds of new experiences. At first, she’s nervous, but with some coaxing and the promise of treat… – Good girl! – [Narrator] …even a puppy like Benelli can find her courage. Now back on firm land, the trainer is sure to praise Benelli up, building a connection in the puppy’s mind between bravery and reward. Fresh off the excitement of the slide, Trainer Paul tosses his keys to ensure Benelli still knows it’s work time. – Good, get it. – [Narrator] And she happily does her job. – Benelli, great, get it. Benelli, get it. Good girl. – [Narrator] There’s still one more slide for Benelli to attempt. (dramatic drumbeats) The spiral slide. That is, if she can get up to it. With a bit of a running start… – Benelli, jump. – [Narrator] …she makes the leap. – Good girl. – [Narrator] Her lesson from the other slide has her excited to try this one. Having never seen them before five minutes ago, slides are now simple for the six-month-old Chocolate Lab. – Woo hoo hoo! Good girl!
    Good girl. – [Narrator] Back with the dogs in down stay, ^Karen tries to refocus Remmy. She tries to get the Golden to heel, and focus in, but the eight-month-old won’t settle down. This isn’t good. Remmy’s future owner will count on her, day in and day out. And, it looks like Remmy’s lack of focus is starting to spread. Luke, get back! Come on, Karen’s trying to focus on Remmy. Kaya, are you serious? Come on! – Kaya, no! – [Narrator] All three Goldens have the sillies now, even usually dependable Luke. Kaya has to refocus, and quick. It’s her turn to walk the playground. ^The eight-month-old enjoys jumping on different surfaces. – Good girl! Good girl. Come on, let’s go. – [Narrator] The straight slide. – Good girl! Good girl, Kaya! Good girl! – [Narrator] And when it’s time for the spiral slide, what was a tough jump for Benelli is an easy hop for Kaya. But, what goes up must come down, and Kaya’s confused how that’s supposed to happen. When Sandy, the owner of Doggie Do Good, leads the way, Kaya eventually figures it out. She’s immediately praised for her bravery. – Good girl! Good girl! – [Narrator] A second attempt down the slide… (laughs) Oh, look at you. Oh, no. Good try, Kaya.
    Good try. – Good girl. Good girl, Kaya. – [Narrator] But, what’s important is that Kaya’s conquered her fear, and admirably so. Back in the down stay, it looks like Remy has finally calmed… Oh. Relax, Remmy.
    It’s just a bird. All right.
    Good girl, Remmy. Thank goodness you’re finally starting to show some self-control, otherwise today could have been the day you failed at… Oh no. – [Trainer] Remmy! – [Narrator] Breaking from a down stay to this degree is a bad sign. With Karen working with Kaya, Paul has to leave the dogs to find where Remmy ran off. Even though they’re unsupervised, they don’t dare to break; no one wants the fate that’s about to befall Remmy. Lockdown. Remmy now has to think about what she’s done, and hope it doesn’t mean expulsion. ^Now, it’s Luke’s turn to take a lap around the playground. – Good boy. – [Narrator] His first challenge is the rocking horse. Karen is trying to get Luke to jump over it, in preparation for future awkward spaces. – Stay. – [Narrator] Luke is not having it. – Good boy.
    Jump over it. – [Narrator] He hasn’t had problems of bravery in the past, so this is a new issue. – Over it.
    Nope. Over it.
    Good boy, come on. – [Narrator] Eventually, our hero figures it out. – Good, good! Good boy! – [Narrator] And Karen is sure to reward his courage. – Good job! Good boy, let’s go! – [Narrator] If Luke shows the same hesitation on the slide, then… – Good boy! – [Narrator] …well, nevermind. – Good job, Luke! Good boy! – [Narrator] Looks like after only a couple attempts, he’s already a pro. – Good job!
    Good boy! – [Narrator] Good job, buddy. – Good job. – [Narrator] When Luke returns to down stay, he finds Deacon is still getting used to his harness. He’s not quite sure why he can’t flip all the way over on his back. Paul straightens him out, and it’s back to down stay. ^Okay, Remmy. ^You’ve had a tough day so far, so time to redeem yourself on the playground. First up is the rocking horse that Luke struggled with. – Come on.
    Good girl. Over it. – [Narrator] Just like with her half-brother, it’s a matter of confidence. – Let’s go. – [Narrator] And it suddenly looks like Remmy’s lost most of hers. The culprit? The pirate ship steering wheel. – Just need a second. – [Narrator] Notice how her tail is tucked between her legs? So do the trainers. They’re hyper-aware of the pup’s attitude, and this is a huge signal from Remmy. Karen gets down on Remmy’s level and starts feeding her treats. She pets her and praises her, trying to show Remmy she’s safe. Remmy then has to pass by the wheel several more times, ensuring the dog has confronted her fear. – [Karen] Good girl. – [Narrator] If Karen can get Remmy to sniff the wheel or be still next to it, that’s going to be a great indication that Remmy’s making progress. – Good girl! – [Narrator] Eventually, a sniff. – [Karen] Good job! – [Narrator] And after a few more laps, her tail starts to wag again. Remmy’s done extremely well, and with so much excitement already had on the playground, the slide can wait for another day. ^Back on the grass, the undeniable Mr. Pip ^finds himself in an embarrassing situation. – [Trainer] Mr. Pip. – [Narrator] Because he is by far the worst at down stay, Mr. Pip has to be tied up, to the other dogs. Luke seems confused why he has to babysit, but he doesn’t mind. It gives him something to watch as he snacks on the grass. – [Trainer] Luke, leave it. Luke, release. – [Narrator] Finally, some respect. Unbelievable. Chin up, Mr. Pip. You’re still a hero in our hearts. (Mr. Pip whines) ^Another hero from Doggie Do Good is recent graduate Sammy. Sammy transitioned to his forever family only five months ago, but his bond with handler Bryce has been immediate. Sammy helps Bryce with several diagnoses, including generalized anxiety disorder, ADHD, inflammatory bowel disease, and bipolar disorder. One way Sammy aids Bryce is during Bryce’s regular blood draws. Before going into an appointment, Sammy gives Bryce hugs and pressure, helping to prepare the boy for the anxiety the needles cause. During the draws, Sammy gives Bryce constant pressure to help him feel more comfortable. Sammy knows Bryce isn’t in distress now, but the 18-month-old lab checks in constantly, making sure, if Bryce ever needs him, he’s there. While Bryce’s family had always had animals, at first, they weren’t sure about adding a service dog. The support that Sammy’s provided in only his first few months, however, has made it all worth it. Someday, the puppies in training will have similar bonds with their owners and be just as important to a family as Sammy is. Back with the student pups, it’s time for a long walk on the beach. ^Or at least next to it. ^Remmy’s had a big day, so trainer Paul takes this walk very slow. Whenever Remmy begins to pull away or move in a different direction, the trainer stops. This teaches Remmy to stay focused. During a heel, the puppies need to be paying attention to the handler constantly, not drifting away on their own line. – [Paul] Good girl. – [Narrator] Eventually, Remmy starts to do better. On the stairs, heel is even more difficult for these pups. Dogs want to be on even ground, and prefer bolting up and down steps. The people they’ll someday aid, however, may need help with stairs, so it’s important the puppies learn patience. To end her day, Paul works with Remmy on one of her special abilities: hug. As difficult as the day has been for the young Golden, it’s important to remember that someday she’ll be a huge comfort to a lucky family. It’s going to take work and patience, but it’s clear it’ll be worth it. – Release. Good. – [Narrator] Some dogs can become nervous on the pier, as the spaces between the uneven surfaces can be uncomfortable under their paws. ^Not our Mr. Pip, though. ^He even finds the time to get in some of his best down stay work to date. Good boy, Mr. Pip. As the day winds down, Paul begins ^to test a special skill with Kaya: steady. Steady allows people with mobility issues to put pressure on a dog, to sit down, stand up, or just regain their balance. It’s one of Deacon’s specialties, and might someday be Kaya’s as well. Knowing her eight-month-old joints are still developing, Paul puts only the lightest of pressure over her legs. Once she’s grown, she’ll be able to take much more weight, and may even wear a harness like Deacon. At the end of the day, some dogs took steps forward, while others, steps back. For all these puppies, though, it’s still too soon to tell who will flunk out, and who will graduate Puppy Prep. (light cheerful music)

    New LSU Engineering Students Complete Beach Wheelchair Project
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    New LSU Engineering Students Complete Beach Wheelchair Project

    November 30, 2019

    ♫♫ This project is an absolute success. The
    customer’s happy, we involved the community, we raised awareness to the fact that a
    purely recreational wheelchair is not available to a lot of people. ♫♫ When we first started the project, we all
    kind of decided that we wanted our goal here to be actually get Cheslyn in a wheelchair
    more so than to pass a class or get a good grade in it. It’s just seeing her reaction
    to actually building the chair, the first time she drove it, a big
    smile across her face. It was awesome. ♫♫ I knew if we worked hard enough, the result would definitely be, like,
    worth all the effort. And we had a few more people
    than last year. To get the community involved and kind of inspire future engineers to consider
    those aspects, maybe you can get better ideas. I think it awesome. It’s done, I’m excited for everybody
    that helped participate. You put in a lot of hard work just to get through the LSU mechanical engineering program as it is. So at the end, to be able to use some of that not only and just make a project, but
    make a project for someone who’s actually in-need, someone who will be
    using it and kind of just bring joy to a family just makes getting your degree
    a little bit better.

    Women Try Amazon Swimsuits At The Beach
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    Women Try Amazon Swimsuits At The Beach

    November 23, 2019

    (screaming) (upbeat music) – So, today, we’re gonna
    test Amazon swimsuits – That are under 30 bucks. – Which wasn’t that hard.
    – No. – I feel like the swimsuits
    that I wear all the time I’ve gotten from online
    stores like Swimsuits For All. – I usually get my swimsuits
    from Forever 21, honestly, ’cause they’re like 20 bucks. – I’ve gotten them, sometimes,
    in department stores because I like to try them on, and also, department stores usually
    have a better selection for people with bigger chests. – My thing is I have to
    mix my top and my bottoms. – Yup, that’s me too. – Because I have a small chest,
    but quite a large behind. – A lot of halters will
    fit me really well, but it’s like the pressure on my neck to hold up my boobs is too much. – One pieces are so hard. They literally become a thong,
    and it’s so uncomfortable. – I worry because Amazon
    does so many things. Are you spreading
    yourself too thin, Amazon? – So, we’re gonna test
    out these swimsuits, and we’re gonna rate them
    on a scale from one to 10. – We are going to do the Instagram test. Does it photograph well? – [Chloe] Exercise movement test. – Sand test. Does it let a lot of sand in? And then we’re gonna do a water test. – We are not doing a water test. – It’s freezing today, by the way. – So, that’s how we’re gonna test ’em. Let’s go try ’em on. I like my swimsuit. Kudos to Amazon. It’s not as tight in my behind
    as I thought it would be. I don’t look like an elongated worm. – I really like mine, actually. I love off the shoulder things, so I like that I can show some shoulder. – I love this suit on you. It really fits you well, yeah.
    – Thank you. – Usually, when they show… The models are fairly
    flat chested, and so, you don’t know how these kinda
    slits are gonna work out. I was really worried that it was just gonna be like my nipples here. – This, I’m feeling rather exposed because there’s not a lot of fabric, but that’s my own choice. I’m actually quite impressed with it. – I think this is cute and
    could definitely double, like, throw some jeans on over this.
    – It’s just a bodysuit. – You’ve got a whole shirt. – I don’t have any boobs, so there is a bit of flapping happening. – You and me both.
    – But yeah, just a lot of extra fabric.
    – Space. – With mine, I like it a lot. For a long sleeve? – [Nina] You are like modern Baywatch. – It feels good, the zipper
    in the back kind of sucks. – This is strangling me slightly. – I feel like this is one of
    those take a picture in it and then put on your realistic swimsuit. – There will be sand all in my behind. – We should try our little
    Instagram challenge. – Yeah, Instagram pics!
    – Pic. – This is literally the only
    thing I’m looking forward to. (cheering) – You’re very good at gassing me up. – Special shout out to Jazz
    for getting me to the water. – Should I be leaning? I don’t know what I should do. – I mean, I feel hot.
    – You look great. – I feel like beach royalty. I’m glad I’m getting the pics
    in now before we get wet. – [Chloe] Put your head back
    a bit, I just wanna see… Oh, yeah. – Oh, yes, strong hip.
    – Oh, point toe. – [Chloe] Lean your hand on your knee. Yeah, like that. – Angle, yes.
    – Butt. – [Nina] Hell yes. – [Chloe] How are you
    so damn good at this? (laughing) – This swimsuit was meant
    to be worn in photos. I’m less in love with it post-Instagram. I feel really good in this suit, but it doesn’t photograph quite as well as I would want it to. – I think mine Instagrammed very well. – Hers looked classier than mine. – When I put it on, I was like oh, okay, it’s a cute red long sleeved
    suit, and then I was like oh, then I have to show my side, but then I have to angle my
    body, and there was a lot to it. – I feel like a five-year-old
    wearing this bikini. – I feel good, but it’s not like… I’m not looking at
    these pictures like wow. – I would say on a scale of one to 10, mine is probably about an eight. – Like a seven out of 10.
    – Yeah, yes, seven. – I’d give it like a five. It’s like learning how
    to pose in the right way that shows the bikini off correctly, and I’m not quite there yet. Alright, we’re gonna
    do the volleyball test. I don’t know how to do this. Oh, no, I don’t know how to do this. – Oh, Nina, you’re good! – Oh, shit, sorry. (laughing) – I will say I was fine here, but this all in here where it’s like the suit suddenly became a thong. – This suit held up better
    than I thought it would. I’m an athlete!
    – Yes! – I’m actually impressed with mine. It doesn’t move barely at all. – I felt like I was in
    my long sleeve uniform, and I was ready. So, yeah, I liked it. – I’d give it a six and a half. – Like a nine because I was so surprised. – 10 out of 10. – Yeah, honestly, 10 out of 10. – Jazz, we’re gonna go roll in the sand. – I don’t think we have to do this part. – I hate sand. I do not want sand
    anywhere inside my bikini, and I think it’s gonna go
    in because of the flaps. – It’s sand, it gets everywhere,
    so it’s gonna happen. – Go, Nina, go! (upbeat music) Go, Nina, go! Never work too hard at work. – I have an opening in the center for a lot of sand to fall
    through, but not a ton got in. – I thought my suit would
    hold up better, it did not. There’s sand in every possible crevice. – Mine is not as bad, but
    it’s definitely in my boobs, and I don’t really know
    how to even get it out. So, it’s just in there. – This suit is all utility. It is totally fine. Nothing’s gettin’ anywhere in this baby. – I’d give it like nine out of 10. – I’ll give it a nine. – Seven. – A four. – Now it’s time for the water test. Nina, you’re our only contestant today. How are you feeling about it? – I’m really excited. I love frolicking in
    the water at the beach. – Alright.
    – Alright. (screaming) – There she goes. Nope. (upbeat music) – I think my suit held up very well. It held all the sand in it, for sure. – I’m wet. You know, it did pretty well in the water. I tried… I couldn’t get a good
    wave to crash down on me, but I did get the whole suit
    wet and even the flat part. – I didn’t really go in all
    the way, so I don’t know, but the bottoms got wet and
    they weren’t see through. So, yeah, I guess it did well. – I’ll give it a 10 out of 10. – Like a nine out of 10. – I would give it an eight. – I feel like if I wore
    this into the water, it would be a nine. I just, nah. (drum rolling) (cheering) – My biggest takeaway from this is that when you’re shopping on Amazon, you’re gonna stay there a while to find the kind of suit you like, but it is worth it in the end because you find quality swimsuits. – Fun day at the beach. – Do you want a wet hug from me? – Nope, no, no. (upbeat music)

    $825K Beach House Vs. $14.9 Million Beach House
    Articles, Blog

    $825K Beach House Vs. $14.9 Million Beach House

    November 22, 2019

    – Ah. Now that’s refreshing. – [Steve] Hold up, Ben! Yo! – [Ben] What’s up, dude? – [Steve] Stop the drone. I want in on this. – [Ben] You want to give it a try? You want to get refreshing? – Cheers. – Ah. – [Steve and Ben] Now that’s refreshing. – [Ben] What’re we doing today? – [Steve] Worth It Lifestyle Beach Houses! – Your boys Ben and Steven in the house. Ha ha ha. ‘Cause we’re doing houses. – Yeah, man. – Today on Worth It
    Lifestyle, we’re gonna be trying three beach houses at
    three drastically different price points to find out which one is the most Worth It at its price. – Worth It. – The reason why we have
    Benjamin Michael Coleman because he actually grew up
    where we’re shooting today. – Long Island’s my old stomping grounds. – What’s that building right there? – That is the bank, and then we got the police station right here. Careful, there are cops all over these streets, so drive safe, Riam. – We did see your uncle Matt last time on Worth It Lifestyle. Roll the tape. – Ben’s father is my brother. And Ben, I would babysit. It’s surprising he’s still here with us. – But today we’re seeing another special uncle of yours,
    Christopher Coleman. He’s actually right there. He is a realty agent out
    here in the Hamptons, and he knows this area
    better than anybody I know. – I’m Chris Coleman. I’m a real estate agent
    out here in Montauk. – And you’re also Ben’s uncle. – That’s correct. My brothers and I used to drop heavy loads of candy off when his
    parents weren’t around. – All right, well, let’s
    talk about the house. What is a beach house? Just to clarify, like, this
    is not right on the beach, but I can see the beach from here. – To me, a beach house is
    proximity to the beach. You can ride your bike, you’re down the block, it’s easy livin’. This is a beach cottage,
    it’s a ranch setup. The lot is 50 feet by 130 feet. It’s two bedrooms, two baths. Primarily use this in the
    spring, summer, and fall. – How much is is this house? – [Chris] This one’s on for 825. – This is great. It’s very open. Like, to me, sightline is really cool. Like, I can see what’s
    happening in the kitchen, I can see what’s
    happening out on the deck. – [Chris] We have a winter
    fireplace for days like today. – [Ben] Ooh. – Oh. Send the candy down. – Just go a little closer in there. Take a look. – Yeah, take a look. (laughs) – [Chris] You get the
    morning light that side, all midday light, and then the end of the day the sun sets that way. – [Steve] Oh. – Here’s the kitchen. The flow is out to the front patio. – Normally, when I try
    cooking with my girlfriend, it’s like a war, because we’re
    all on top of each other. Here that would never happen, because you’ve got a lot of room. – It’s well water, it’s not tap water. – It’s well water? – [Chris] That’s tap water. – Oh (bleep). I swear, you got me worried there. I was like, did I just drink sewer water? (bleep) – This is the bedroom, yeah. Dibs on this room. – Dibs is a very serious thing, so I can’t contest that. – [Chris] This one has an en suite bathroom and a walk out… You have the closest access to the beach. – This bathroom is… I would say it’s cozy. – And the most important
    thing, plenty of lotion. – [Chris] So this is the master. – I love this, like, little nook. It feels very cozy, separated
    from the rest of the house. If we were living here together, you’d be way on the other side. – You could still hear me. – You think? – You want to try? Benjamin Michael Coleman! – So I’m here having fun, and just, like, doing totally appropriate activities. Can you hear me? (laughs) I hear him loud and clear. – [Steve] Ooh. – After you, your highness. My childhood, phew. It’s just coming back to me. I found Steven’s bedroom. – Oh, hey. No, this is Alex’s room. – [Ben] So much room for activities! Just, like, being amongst the trees. This is what it’s all about. – All right, so we’ve
    got the house right here. The beach is just right there. So you want to see how
    long it is to get there? – [Ben] Yeah.
    – Go! First beach house, $800,000. – Uh-huh. – Pretty pricey. – If you have that
    money and you’re already paying for a place in
    Manhattan, you want a place to just shoot out to over the weekends… Did you hear that? In the wind? Beach fact! (screams) You see that island way over there? That’s Gardiner’s Island, and
    that is one of the largest privately owned islands in the world. – One man owns that piece of land. – That’s doing it right. Like, screw this whole beach house thing. I want to get my own island. – Oh my goodness. So the middle price range
    is the upper millions. Pretty excited to see what
    I’ll never achieve, but… Maybe you’ll get the beach house one day, and I’ll be able to live in it. – Maybe you can live in the doghouse. – Still by the beach,
    so I’ll be happy, right? – Yeah. The car’s that way. (siren blaring) Hi, officer, how are you? Darn it. Are we filming? – [Cameraman] We’re rolling sound. – You’re not gonna wanna hear what this is.
    – [Ben] What is it? – [Steve] It’s 325. – Shut up. I mean, nothing says welcome to the Hamptons like a $320 ticket. – [Steve] 325, actually. – Thanks. – [Steve] All right, I
    know you got a ticket. I’m sorry, all right? I got you. – There go all my dreams
    of owning a home like this. Now I’m broke. Can you imagine, like, pulling up, you’ve got your family, your
    little kids walking out, the dog, like, guys, come on. Going into our beach house. – Woof woof. – All right, we are in Culloden Point. As you can see, it’s a bit
    more fancy of a beach house. – It’s an upgrade. – [Chris] This is 5,700 square feet. We have four bedrooms
    with, like, extra rooms and six and a half bathrooms. – Hold up. So you have more bathrooms than bedrooms. – You could start your poop
    in one bathroom and, like, finish in another, just
    to, like, switch things up. – It’s like a relay race. You keep passing the baton. This is the dream. What makes this location attractive? – This whole subdivision,
    the 26 homes in here, all have an acre and a half, and the water is actually right on the
    other side of this driveway. And basically what’s here
    is gonna be built here, so there’s gonna be no
    further development. – [Ben] How much does this place run? – This is on the market for $3.6 million. – [Steve] All right,
    let’s check out the house. – [Ben] Yeah.
    – [Steve] I’m excited. This is beautiful. – This house was designed where
    we have all these windows. ‘Cause of all the light we
    get, when you’re in here you kind of feel like
    you’re outside as well. This is kind of the main
    foyer off of the living room. We have kind of a formal
    setup dining room here. – I’m all about the
    molding and all the detail in the walls and the ceilings. – [Chris] Come on, there’s more. – There’s more! This kitchen. – Yeah. – [Steve] Wow. – [Ben] Two islands, dude.
    – [Steve] Wow! You were talking about how
    you and your girlfriend can fight over space– – She could have her own island to stay the hell out of my business. There’s two dishwashers. What? You use your own
    dishwasher, I’ll use mine. I’ll be on my island over here. You could break up and
    still coexist in this house because there’s two of everything. Holy (bleep), look at that. Now that’s refreshing! This is what I dream of. You wake up, you have breakfast with the sun coming in. – Oh, there’s a pool! – Yeah! And I see a fire pit down there too. – [Steve] So let’s check out the basement. – [Steve and Ben] Oh! – [Ben] Shoot! – [Steve] Oh! – This is sick! – [Chris] We have a little stadium there, whether you’re a Met or a Yankee fan, and a whole hangout with a ping pong. Wine cellar here and a
    place to try the wine and to relax and smoke a cigar. – Where are we right now? There’s, like, a secret
    freakin’ lair here. – [Steve] One game of ping
    pong, winner takes the house. – [Ben] I haven’t played in a while. – All right, ready? – What are we playing, dude, just one? – Just one point. Ready? Whoa, what? – Yeah! – [Chris] Come on now, let’s
    check out upstairs now. All the bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. – [Steve] Oh wow. – [Chris] Let me show you the master. – [Ben] Oh my God! – [Steve] Ooh. – This is what I’m talkin’ about. – Montaukin’ about? Ha ha. Because we’re in Montauk. – [Chris] We have an outside deck here and the master bath here. – Welcome to Ben’s Big Bathroom Breakdown. We got a jacuzzi tub. – [Steve] Steam.
    – What is this? – [Chris] That’s a steam shower. – The toilet. We got some serious smell
    separation, Steven style. – This is the biggest
    shower I’ve ever seen. You could have a serious
    festival in there. – [Steve] Dance party! (party music) All right, let’s get outta here. This is getting weird. – This bathroom gets 10 fingers up. – This is the house, all right? This is the beach right now.
    – [Ben] This is my house. – Oh, check that out,
    a horse crossing sign. – [Steve] What? – Having a horse is
    also part of the dream. Visualize, realize. (hoof sounds) It worked. – Beach house fact! Jay-Z and Beyonce own a
    property out in East Hampton. Guess how much it costs? – Ten million. Fifteen million. Twenty million. – Twenty-six million US dollars. – If the house is on the bay, she’d better go by Bay-once. – Oh, hey-once. Well, we are not going to the Beyhive, but we are going to our last
    house out here in the Hamptons. We’re gonna get a taste
    of that life of luxury. Oh yeah. – Good God. – Oh yeah. This is the beginning of my rap video. – Dude, we should do a rap video here.
    – No, no. – Breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch. Everybody likes when it’s time to munch. – No! – [Chris] Welcome to Cloud Nine. – [Steve] Wait, is that the
    name of the house, or…? – [Chris] It’s the nickname
    of this house, Cloud Nine. – [Ben] Did you nickname it that? – No, people that stay here nicknamed it that for serious reasons. – Okay. – [Chris] There’s about six
    bedrooms, six and a half baths. The whole south side
    of the house is glass. You’ll be able to see ocean
    throughout the entire house. – So each level has ocean views. – That’s correct. – [Ben] You see Gardiner’s
    Bay, Fort Pond Bay. That looks like the Atlantic Ocean. – That is the Atlantic Ocean. – Ooh, and the biggest bay. – No, it’s not a bay. – [Chris] You can see all the way to Rhode Island but also be able to see all the sand on all the beaches in town. Total of the house is
    about 9,200 square feet with the patios and decks. Right now it’s on the market for 14 nine. – [Steve] $14.9 million. – Okay, we got some work to do. – You bring the 14, I’ll bring the 9. – Oh, no, no, no. – [Chris] Down here is the guest suite, junior suite, we’ll call it. – [Ben] Okay. Junior suite. – [Steve] Junior! – Gimme a break, man. That view? – Windows from the toe to the top. That’s the life. – Visualize and realize. – [Chris] A sitting room or office here. – This is where I’ll just
    chill and watch you work. ‘Cause you made all the
    money to buy this house. I’ll be a nice househusband, you know. So you need Ben. – Hey, guys, who’s that? Oh, it’s my househusband, Steven. – [Chris] So here we are,
    here’s a dining table. – I want to have a big, fancy dinner here. – If you could just move
    a little bit to your left. – Sure, does this help? How’s this? It’s such a, just a serene feeling. Like, being able to
    look at all that water. – Oh.
    – Hey. Yeah. This place is lit. Whoa. – [Steve] Oh. – [Ben] That is the TV of all TVs. – [Steve] And the kitchen. Yes. – [Ben] We’re at it again with
    these double islands here. – What does this do? – [Chris] These are electrical outlets. – [Ben] Whoa! – [Steve] No. Oh! Cool. I didn’t know I needed
    that until just now. This is so fancy that I don’t
    even know how to use it. – Oh, wait a sec… No. Ahem. Sink, on. – Does this work? – Yes. – Okay, wait, no, no, no, no! – Don’t tell us, don’t tell us! – [Chris] So here we have a fun bathroom. – [Ben] Chalk walls. So you can (bleep) and
    write at the same time. – (Bleep)-spiration. – [Ben] Dude.
    – [Steve] Oh. – [Chris] Spiral staircase. – [Steve] Okay. – [Chris] This is the Cloud
    Nine upper deck lounge. Let me bring you outside. – [Steve] Is there like a
    more affordable Cloud Nine? Like, you know, a cloud four point five? – [Chris] So now we’re in the master. (imitates mind blowing) – [Steve] No! – Wow. – So come on, check out
    the master walk-in closet. – [Steve] Oh, it doesn’t end! – This is the biggest
    closet I’ve ever seen. And it’s got lotion. – [Steve] No. – [Chris] And now we’re
    in the master bath. – What is that? – That’s the rain shower and then, if you wanted to slide this open, you have a double shower, in and out. This is for the theater. This is where we watch Worth It. We have a little nanny’s quarter
    or a little napping area. – [Steve and Ben] Come play with us. – Oh my God, that gave me chills. – [Ben] Oh hey, it’s the gym. This is legit. – Oh God, I’m so weak. – Oh, what’s up, bro? You want to hit the pool? Sweet. Oh. – [Steve] This house literally never ends. We’re in the basement,
    and we can see the water. Let’s open to the heavens. – What? Holy sh– – [Steve] Breakfast,
    lunch, dinner, brunch. – [Ben] Dude! – [Steve] Woo hoo! – This is it! I feel like I’m in The
    Wolf of Wall Street. I just want money. – [Chris] So the whole
    vibe of the house is you walk out to see water on the water, you can see Block Island, you can also see some of the East Coast’s
    famous beaches in Montauk. – 15 million, 15 million. – [Ben] I’ve never seen
    an infinity pool up close. – [Steve] What does an infinity pool mean? – [Ben] It means when you’re in the pool and you look out, it goes on infinitely. – [Steve] Thank you so much, Chris. – Thank you, Steve. – Appreciate it. – Thank you, Chris. – Thanks, Ben. – This has been awesome. Do you maybe have, like,
    a nephew discount system? Something we can work out? – We can get something going here. – All right.
    – Okay. – Yeah, yeah.
    – So now there’s this Matthew McConaughey Lincoln ad, where he is in a suit, he jumps into the pool,
    it’s pretty badass. I’ve always wanted to do it. We’re going to try to recreate it. And I’m gonna freeze my ass off. There was ice on the
    pool before I got here. – We broke the ice before you got here, so it’ll be a clean drop. (suspenseful music) (screams) Now that’s refreshing! Ooh holy (bleep), ooh, ooh! – That was not worth it. – Holy crap, that was cold. – I’ve gotta give it to you. Your commitment to
    Worth It is beyond mine. – I don’t know what’s wrong
    with me, why I do this. – Which beach house was
    the most Worth It to you? – [Ben] I’m gonna go with
    the Wills Point house. Three point six is a lot of money, but now I want to work towards having
    a place like that someday. – All right, so you visualize yourself in the $3.6 million house. I’m going to realize myself in my Worth It winner house, the epic Cloud Nine mansion. – [Ben] Wow. – [Steve] Visualize myself in that house with my friends, throwing a party. All right, that does it. – That’s it? – That’s the season finale. – What? – I want to thank you for coming
    along on our season finale. – Anytime. – Thank you, Alex, for all that
    you have done for the show. What, get back up here! Thank you to the editors, you know, thank you to our cast and crew, but most importantly, thank you. – So are we good here or what? – We’re good. You can go dry off. Bye, guys. This is one reason I
    want to do season four. I want to do chairs. – [Ben] What is with you and chairs? You really want to know
    about expensive chairs? – [Steve] Comment below. – [Ben] Really? – [Steve] Comment below.

    Boyfriends Dress Their Girlfriends • Ship It
    Articles, Blog

    Boyfriends Dress Their Girlfriends • Ship It

    November 18, 2019

    – Hi, I’m Ned and I’m married. This week we’re doing
    a make over challenge. What do boyfriends want
    their girlfriends to wear for date night? Let’s find out. I ship it. – Fashion’s so important
    because your outfit speaks before you do. – Each of the boyfriends
    secretly submitted costume ideas to Lindsay
    and now we’re gonna surprise them with their choices. Let’s bring out the couples. – Safiya’s style is
    great, I love her style, it’s pretty trendy and mysterious. – Buzzword, buzzword, buzzword. – I’d like to see her go a little elegant. A little old school. That Aubrey Hepburn– – Audrey Hepburn. – Audrey Hepburn. – I definitely have a
    lot of cheap clothes. I like to go shopping a lot so I don’t like to spend a lot of money. – I think that she’ll really embrace it. – I love that you really went there because she’s going to wow
    you in a different way. – I tend to wear baggy things like this that Steve likes to
    call maternity clothing. – I called it that once and it was a joke that we both laughed at so. – It stuck, it stuck. What Steve picks out for me when we ever go shopping together is
    the shortest skirt possible and a really tight white shirt. – Wow, I feel like I’m being
    put into a box right now. I’m excited to see just
    something different. Probably tighter fitting
    or like, classic modern. – Fitted, a little bit more preppy. – A little more preppy, yeah. – Your fantasy isn’t a stripper. – No, god no. – It’s Taylor Swift. – I’m a little nervous because Steve gravitates towards things
    that are a little shorter. Showing off a lot of skin. – She’s not excited at all. – I’m excited, I just
    think that he picked out a very scandalous outfit for me. – Wow, we’re getting right to it. – Aurora’s style is really laid back. Like a jeans and like a shirt. It isn’t like the true essence of style is not really caring. – He’s definitely more the
    fashion one of our relationship, for sure. – She knows like, how much I
    love just like, Kanye’s style. I think it’d be great to make
    her dress like, you know, a pregnant elegant like, you know, Kim Kardashian was rocking. That was a cool style like,
    there was a lot of haters, but you know. – As a pregnant woman, to be quite honest, she should be able to wear and do whatever the heck you want. – Yeah. – Because you are creating
    the biggest miracle in life. – Yeah. – You guys ready to get started. – Let’s do it. – [Lindsay] Why don’t
    we go try some stuff on? (upbeat music) – You ready? – Yeah. – What do you think you look like? – Hopefully like Audrey Hepburn, but she’s a very petite
    woman so we’ll see. – Yeah, I’m looking forward
    to seeing how it looks. – I am gonna look super fancy. – You can open your eyes. – Whoa! I look like, I look very adult. – [Lindsay] You do, yeah
    you look very streamlined, sexy, very stylish. – I don’t know, like, I feel like– – A hot mama? – Yeah.
    – [Lindsay] Yeah. – Open your eyes. – Oh, this is cute. It’s definitely not something
    I would pick out for myself, but I think it’s really cute. I could definitely see myself wearing it. It’s nothing like what I
    thought Steve would pick out. – Thank God. – [Ned] Check yourself out. – Oh, wow! – [Lindsay] Are you liking it? – I look like Anne Hathaway
    from Princess Diaries, like, hello, is this me, oh no. – [Aurora] I feel great, I think
    he’s going to be into this. – I feel like, kind of bashful. Like, I feel like, really dressed up. – Are you excited, Ify? – Yeah, I am. – I’m ready to see this, I’ve
    been waiting, let’s do it. – Open your eyes. – Oh, look at that! – You look beautiful. – Thanks, babe. – I love it. – [Ned] You can open your eyes. – Oh wow, look at you. Dressed and Naomi’s hanging out, too. – Oh yeah, great, great. You look awesome. – I’m pleasantly surprised. – You like it? – Yeah. – Audrey Hepburn. – [Ify] You look great. – Thank you. I feel super, it was a good choice. I feel very sexy. – I wasn’t expecting to see her, I guess she is wearing a tiara
    in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. – What do you mean, you
    weren’t expecting a Tiara? You wrote that in the e-mail. That a tiara would be great. Don’t even try– – [Tyler] Yeah, but with a winky face. – No, you’re not going back on this. – It could be like a bitch
    , but I’d be okay with it. – Like a Blair Waldorf, I’ll take that. – It is very different. The makeup’s very
    different, but I’m into it. – What were you expecting? – Nothing. – [Aurora] It’s like, it
    super like, sexy, too. – Be careful, you’re too
    sexy, you’re being dangerous. – We’re at an ice cream
    place fully dressed up so Tyler’s choking on his ice cream, but he’s stylish so who cares? – Looking good.