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  • today I came up short.

  • You could say that again.

  • Well that was like, hey hey everybody today.

  • We're doing the say anything challenge with Orange pitted against little Apple.

  • How you guys feeling today?

  • Small, annoying.

  • Well that makes sense.

  • All right.

  • Here's how the challenge works.

  • These two will go back and forth saying just one word.

  • They have to say something within three seconds and no repeating words.

  • Sounds easy, but it's surprisingly tough.

  • Who wants to go first?

  • Oh me, me, me, me, me, me, me me orange europe.

  • Small yeah, burger, tiny cat, petite dog, miniature.

  • Walking short treat.

  • Peut I have file a bone diminutive.

  • Alright, what?

  • You knock it off?

  • Oh, I'm afraid that's a complete phrase.

  • Looks like little apple has bowed out of this round.

  • Orange was just saying words that means small but that's not a violation of the rules.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah, but it's like a little rude.

  • Exactly.

  • I a little apple.

  • What oranges doing isn't illegal, but look at it this way.

  • He probably can't keep it up for much longer.

  • I mean how many words are there?

  • That means small, you know, good point.

  • Used all of them up.

  • Okay, I'm ready for round two.

  • Let's do this.

  • I want to start little apple europe go buffalo.

  • Microscopic.

  • Go minute.

  • Tasty shrimpy purple bitty baby, we bushel, teeny gravy, TC.

  • Yes.

  • TC.

  • You already said.

  • Tt You're out of small words.

  • I win, You lou eight Orange actually.

  • Orange said teeny earlier, which is a different word than teensy.

  • You see the difference between the two words Little apple.

  • You gotta look close.

  • It's pretty small.

  • Okay, rob.

  • Who goes first?

  • I don't care.

  • He's out of short words now.

  • I'm gonna crush on this time.

  • Not from down there.

  • You're not orange, europe go minuscule cow.

  • Undersized rabbit, infinite decimal out, whiplash runty car, squatty alone.

  • Low suck, compact stubby tree knock out little apple.

  • I believe you said tree in an earlier round man.

  • Seriously?

  • Which means orange is our winner, Winner chicken dinner.

  • Okay, I'll admit that was really impressive.

  • How many synonyms for small do you actually know?

  • Orange?

  • 4, 967.

  • Well that's a lot and you are not.

  • Here's the winner's trophy.

  • Thank you very much.

  • And here's the let's call it the second place trophy.

  • Yeah, I could have gone without a short trophy right about now at anything you want to say Orange.

  • Yeah.

  • Makes the little apple for coming out and giving it his best.

  • It was a hard fought contest and he's a great friend.

  • Uh wow, that was actually really nice little apple.

  • You want to say anything back?

  • Yeah, I mean George is a really great friend to what can I say?

  • I lost?

  • I said tree twice today.

  • I came up short.

  • You could say that again.

  • I yeah.

  • Hello and good morrow fruit lovers.

  • It is.

  • I grapefruit today, grandpa.

  • Lemon and I are doing the internet slang challenge.

  • You ready for this old timer?

  • Actually, cakes would say yes and digitally do.

  • Yeah, pretty sure no kids say that.

  • Really?

  • Why?

  • When I was a youngster.

  • Yes, indeed.

  • Allee Du was the cat's pajamas.

  • Oh wow, This is gonna be a slaughter.

  • Here are the rules.

  • One of us will pull the card and the other has to correctly guess what it means.

  • Pretty simple.

  • Right, right, grandpa.

  • Lemon, How and what, what not the best time to take a nap.

  • Okay, we're doing a challenge video feels like the perfect time to catch up on my sleep.

  • I'm going to be exhausted from all the winning.

  • I'm about to do.

  • Okay, sure.

  • Here we go.

  • First.

  • Internet slang term is an easy one.

  • L.

  • O L.

  • You've never heard this one before.

  • No, but I'll figure it out kids today say it all the time.

  • Right, right.

  • Okay.

  • So I'm going to venture a guess.

  • L.

  • O.

  • L.

  • Stands for leaping on lizards, leaping on lizards that you get, don't leave me in suspense.

  • Did I get it or not?

  • Well, let's check the back of the card which shows that it actually stands for leaping on lizards.

  • I win.

  • This calls for a celebration now.

  • No, no celebration.

  • If this has to be a misprint, L.

  • O.

  • L stands for laughing out loud.

  • Oh, hey, I feel like leaping on lizards is way more useful.

  • I like my more.

  • How is leaping on lizards useful in any way while sleeping on lizards was our favorite pastime back in the day.

  • I figured kids today can't be too different from the way we were.

  • So, they must be saying it to each other all the time.

  • We are.

  • So moving on right now.

  • Vulgarly joked.

  • Really looks like the next card is best if it's an acronym grandpa lemon to say BFF and it stands for best friends forever.

  • Well, that's not what the back of the card says.

  • You're not wearing your glasses.

  • Give it here.

  • See, it says best.

  • What?

  • Why even took a picture of a but farting?

  • See, I told you it's pronounced.

  • But if that's the noise you're, but makes, when I know what noise a but makes honestly, who made these cards?

  • This challenge is an absolute bus.

  • I'm having fun.

  • Let's do another fine YOLO.

  • Let's see if you can crack that.

  • Bring bust up.

  • It's something the kids are saying today.

  • Right for the last time.

  • Yes.

  • These are all contemporary phrases used on the internet.

  • All right, I'm gonna go with it.

  • Yodeling on lizards.

  • Yodeling.

  • Oh, what is it with you and lizards?

  • Why do you think kids today are into lizards?

  • Let alone yodeling.

  • Do you honestly believe the back of this card says, Are you kidding me?

  • Right now I went again.

  • This calls for a yodel.

  • There will be no celebratory.

  • Yodeling.

  • That's fine.

  • I'll settle for a nap.

  • I cannot believe I am losing the Internet slang challenge to a diesel.

  • Like you had enough grapefruit or are you thirsty for more?

  • No, I'm not quitting.

  • Give me one more try.

  • I got to at least get on the board.

  • Well then here you go.

  • F M L.

  • Oh, wow.

  • I thought this was a generated family show.

  • I'm well aware of what this acronym stands for weight.

  • Whoever made these cards doesn't know what they're talking about.

  • If I'm gonna get on the board, I have to think like grandpa.

  • Lemon.

  • I think about the war a lot.

  • Does that help?

  • It does not.

  • Okay then.

  • FML.

  • I'm gonna go with find my lizards.

  • Is that your final answer?

  • Yes.

  • Wait, yes.

  • I'm sorry you're wrong.

  • I once again talk about FML.

  • So what does it stand for then?

  • 40 maniacal lizard.

  • That's got to be what it is.

  • Yes.

  • 40 maniacal lizard.

  • The head phrase racing across the internet.

  • No, 40 maniacal lizards.

  • Huh?

  • You're doing it.

  • You're writing a lizard.

  • Okay.

  • This is actually pretty fun.

  • I can see why the kids are into it for a real good time.

  • Let out a celebratory yodel or to Yeah, I'm not, I'm not gonna do that.

  • Okay, so keep the temperature consistent and I'll be right back.

  • Do not let it get too hot.

  • Get it, grandpa.

  • Lemon, May I be excused to use the bathroom.

  • Ah, well, sure.

  • Just take the hall pass Gucci.

  • What the heck is that supposed to mean, I'm so glad we're doing this group project with pair.

  • Don't when it comes to school.

  • Project pairs.

  • So extra.

  • You can say that again.

  • Oh, now little apple.

  • You shouldn't interrupt like that.

  • It's very rude.

  • Huh?

  • He didn't interrupt me, grandpa Lemon.

  • Well, sure he did.

  • You started to say perry's extra something.

  • So what is it?

  • Perry's extra?

  • What?

  • Extra careful?

  • Extra mayo.

  • Extra extra.

  • Read all about it.

  • Oh no, grandpa Lemon.

  • He's just extra.

  • This is something people say nowadays Is crap.

  • 11.

  • Hearing slang for the first time.

  • Oh my God, I can't even, I can't even what?

  • Can't even order extra mayo.

  • Why does nobody around here bothered to finish there.

  • But anyway, Yeah.

  • Our project is totally gonna slay watch that.

  • Are you kids doing a different project from the rest of the class?

  • Are you making a murder robot or something?

  • Because you shouldn't cause murder robots are bad and you only do one thing and it's murder.

  • We're doing the chemistry project.

  • You assign this grandpa Lemon?

  • Okay, good.

  • Well, you know, don't slay anyone with it.

  • Obviously that would be very mean.

  • Not to mention highly illegal.

  • Probably spend right your life in prison.

  • Just grew up 11.

  • Think we're talking about killing people.

  • I'm dad.

  • Oh no, compare slay, you know?

  • No, because I overheard.

  • He ghosted someone earlier, wasn't you?

  • He ghosted grandpa Lemon.

  • I think this is all just one big misunderstanding.

  • It seems like you're not exactly up to date on slang.

  • Oh, of course I am.

  • When it comes to knowing the hip slang that all the kids are using.

  • I'm the bee's knees.

  • Time to catch me out, grandpa Lemon.

  • Nobody talks like that anymore.

  • Okay.

  • They don't know your slang his day to day.

  • F Well, that makes sense.

  • I was in the Air force back in the day, not trying to do my own or anything.

  • Hey, F does not stand for Air Force trample lemon.

  • I think he might need a quick lesson.

  • Okay, but