Kids Try Their Parents’ First Date Meal | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

Kids Try Their Parents’ First Date Meal | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

November 2, 2019 100 By William Morgan


– I don’t think you should
kiss on the first date.
Give it a little while to think about it.
– We kissed.
Was that okay that we
kissed on the first date?
– No.
(pleasant classical music)
– How long do you think Daddy
and I have known each other?
– 12 years?
– A little more.
– Two decades?
– Yup, correct.
I was 13 and Daddy was 14.
– I think I was 22 and you were 20.
– Yeah, I was 20.
– A year and two months.
– What do you think?
– Sorry, I was getting emotional.
(laughing)
– Is it gonna be some kind
of sandwich for you two?
(laughing)
– [Parents] Alright
Kenzie, open your eyes.
– What the?
(laughing)
– [Girl] You guys went to Red Lobster.
(laughter)
– How did you know to think sandwiches?
– [Austin] I was just
thinking of a picnic.
– That would’ve been nice
only it was at a coffee shop at the mall.
(laughing)
– So Mackenzie we went to a
place called Buca di Beppo.
– Buca di Beppo?
– Yeah, it’s an Italian restaurant.
It’s really really cool.
– Are you guys gonna finish all of it?
– You know what,
I actually didn’t finish
mine the first date.
– Well good thing I’m here!
(laughing)
– She’ll finish it.
– A first date is when someone
gets to hang out with a person
to try to see if they can fall in love.
– Do you remember what Mommy was wearing?
– Yes, she wearing a green shirt
and I think chestnuts around
her neck or something.
– Chestnuts?
– What are those things
or puka shells, yeah yeah.
(laughing)
– Poop shells?
– Puka shells.
– Did you guys kiss on the first date?
– Oh, hell yeah!
(laughing)
– How long was the kiss?
– It was endless.
– That’s disgusting.
(laughing)
– I don’t think you should
kiss on the first date.
Give it a little while to think about it.
– We kissed.
Was that okay that we
kissed on the first date?
– No.
– You gotta break it though.
You gotta break it in the middle.
– And you’re biting it?
You need to break it in half.
There you go!
– [Dad] Like you mean it.
– Who said I love you first?
– Your mom.
– Daddy.
– Really?
– Your mom.
– Daddy did.
– How did you do it?
– I said I love you.
– No, like when did you say it?
– Oh man, I don’t remember, bro.
– I was talking to him on the phone
and then I thought he
said it and I was like,
“No, you can’t say it over the phone.
“Take it back!”
– And I was like, “Wait a minute.
“I didn’t even say anything.”
(laughing)
– I did say I love you first.
I don’t remember what you said
but it wasn’t I love you back right away.
– It wasn’t yeah.
– It was like a thank you.
– Thank you.
It made it awkward.
– Yeah.
– Ask him more questions.
– She already did all that.
– No, she need
to grill you some more.
– Okay so,
who was your girlfriend before this one?
– Mmm.
– That was a little deep.
– That was,
We gonna really go there?
– I know you liked someone
which is your girlfriend
before you had mom.
– That’s true but your mom is
the only one that I’ve loved.
– He liked someone else.
– I know, can you believe it?
– Did you pay for the first date?
– Of course, it’s your boy.
– And he told me to
order whatever I wanted.
– And she did.
(laughing)
– Was it expensive?
– For a college student?
Yes, it really was but it was good.
It was worth it.
– How did you two react
once you guys found out
you both had kids?
– That was the reason why I fell for her
’cause she talked about you so much.
And then she let me meet you
and then that’s when I fell for her.
– What did you think
of me when you met me?
– You reminded me a lot of my daughter.
Active and fun.
I loved you when I first met you.
– Aww.
– Kenzie, what do you think you want to do
on your first date?
– Disney World.
– That’s a pretty expensive first date.
– Maybe Space Needle.
– Whoa.
– Fancy!
– And it would be on New Year’s Eve.
– It better be when you have a job
’cause I’m not paying for that.
(laughing)
– What food would you
want for your first date?
– Maybe fried chicken and then a salad.
– Lobster and crab.
This crab is really good.
– Cheers.
– Cheers.
– Cheers.
– [Parents] Cheers to love!
– It’s spicy.
(laughing)