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  • You're not worried about being constipated?

  • What is constipated?

  • It means not being able to go poop.

  • Yes, I'm going to be constipated.

  • Hi, my name is Kai and I'm here with my dad.

  • My name is Piea.

  • I'm Piea's mom, Misty.

  • My name is Tom and this is my dad.

  • Tom.

  • Also Tom.

  • Yeah.

  • We're going to eat.

  • - What do you think we're going to eat? - Eat, dog food.

  • No, well, this is kind of...

  • Sometimes it looks like dog food.

  • You're going to taste what I had to eat in basic training while in the field.

  • What do you think MRE stands for?

  • MRE?

  • So do the M.

  • Make.

  • R.

  • Make, ready, eat.

  • Make, ready, eat?

  • Meals ready to eat.

  • There you go.

  • Alright, this is what we eat when we're deployed.

  • They're called MREs.

  • It's food.

  • It's food.

  • So, all you gotta do...

  • Well, let's see what you got there, hang on now.

  • Calm down.

  • So this is how we do it (when) open it up in the field.

  • Tilt it down like that, all right.

  • There we go.

  • There's yours.

  • I'm nervous to try this.

  • It's good, I promise.

  • I wouldn't have given you anything that was bad.

  • Okay.

  • So we got chili mac here.

  • And then, what've you got?

  • I got beef stew.

  • All right.

  • Do you want to trade?

  • I don't, actually.

  • When you look at it, what do you think?

  • So, if I just walked in and it was open, I think like, that an animal just barfed this up.

  • This is all we ate for a week.

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • This actually smells really good.

  • Get on in there.

  • Okay.

  • Give it a shot.

  • Okay.

  • Tastes like a better spaghetti.

  • So you're saying it tastes better than my spaghetti?

  • How is it?

  • Amaze-balls.

  • That's hecka good.

  • When you were eating MREs, what was the worst one?

  • Shrimp jambalaya, without a doubt.

  • So, like, I like shrimp, would it be good?

  • No.

  • The veggie omelet was one.

  • Please tell me we're not going to try the veggie.

  • No, you don't want to try that one.

  • I'd walk out.

  • Yeah, we have heard eating MREs does something to your system.

  • Yes, this is very true.

  • Dad?

  • It will stop you up.

  • You mean constipated?

  • It will, yes.

  • Like you know how bears when they hibernate?

  • They have to, like, eat a bunch of stuff.

  • Yeah.

  • To create like a plug.

  • This is the stuff that creates that plug.

  • You're not worried about being constipated?

  • What is constipated?

  • It means not being able to go poop.

  • Yes, I'm going to be constipated.

  • What did you do in the army.

  • I was an infantry man.

  • Jumping out of planes, out of helicopters.

  • What countries did you go to?

  • I have been to Korea, Japan.

  • I've been to Afghanistan.

  • I was in the airforce and I ended up getting Security Forces as my career field.

  • Why did you want to be in the Marine Corp.?

  • I wanted to be a pilot.

  • I wanted to be a military pilot.

  • Um, how is basic?

  • For me, basic was very lonely.

  • So, getting a letter from my parents from home would take about two to three weeks.

  • So, when I saw everybody getting letters every other day, it was a little rough.

  • Dad, I'll write you letters every day.

  • I know, we have email now.

  • That makes it so much easier.

  • My dad's deployed right now.

  • How long is he going to be gone for?

  • Five months.

  • Do you miss your dad?

  • Yes.

  • Are you going to be deployed again?

  • I will.

  • I'll be leaving soon.

  • Don't worry because it's going to be a lot of...

  • There's internet there, so I get to Facetime you guys, or Facebook you guys everyday.

  • Thank you for serving our country.

  • You're welcome, sweetie.

  • Thank you for taking care of all three of us while Dad's deployed.

  • I love you, Mom.

  • I'm going to miss you.

  • I'll miss you too, but we'll make up for it when I get back.

  • Love you, dada.

  • Love you, baby.

  • I didn't think MREs would actually be that good.

  • Do you want one for your school lunch?

  • Yes, please.

  • There you go.

You're not worried about being constipated?

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    Lian   posted on 2019/09/06
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