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  • - This should be a weapon in the Hunger Games arena.

  • (electronic music) People try strange toothpaste flavors.

  • We had our co-workers try 4 weird toothpastes over 4 days...

  • ...and had others judge their breath freshness

  • Flavor #1- Eggplant Orgin:Japan

  • - I like that it has an eggplant emoji on the front.

  • Or maybe I don't.

  • - It looks almost the same color as my nail.

  • (makes disgusted sounds)

  • - I think you just gave me paint.

  • I don't think this is a real toothpaste.

  • - Alright I'm done, alright.

  • This is it?

  • - Taylor would you please smell my breath?

  • - Sure.

  • - It seriously smells like nothing.

  • - I'm actually getting minty smells.

  • - How !?

  • (electronic music) Flavor #2 - Bacon Origin: USA

  • - I am terrified.

  • - I'm not like as much of an enthusiast

  • as most of the people on the internet.

  • But I like bacon, don't get me wrong, I like bacon.

  • - It is a breakfast food though, so I guess it works

  • in the morning.

  • - It does smell a lot like bacon.

  • - It smells like a dog who just ate Beggin' Strips

  • and puked it up all over the floor.

  • So I'm pretty excited to put it in my mouth right now.

  • (brushing sounds)

  • - Nope.

  • - This is not messing around, it actually tastes like bacon.

  • - There aren't really words to describe this.

  • - I've already brushed twice, I wanna keep brushing more

  • because it's enjoyable.

  • - Give it to me, let's go.

  • - Okay.

  • - Oh!

  • - Christmas sausage.

  • - It's bacon.

  • - Uh, that's gross.

  • (electronic music) Flavor #3 - Jasmine Mint Origin: Italy

  • - Oh my God, jasmine mint, that sounds like a toothpaste

  • flavor, unlike eggplant or bacon.

  • - Can we just take a moment to appreciate this packaging?

  • - It makes me feel like this is what they used in the

  • olden days.

  • I don't think that's accurate but, you know.

  • - It's like...

  • there's a flower on my toothbrush.

  • (grunts)

  • - This is a toothpaste you could take home to Mom.

  • - This is the only one that rivals normal toothpaste

  • in the way that it tastes.

  • - When you're done with this could I have this?

  • Because this is really great.

  • - Um...

  • - Well first of all, your breath is bad.

  • - That's actually like enjoyable.

  • - It totally smells like jasmine tea.

  • - I'd make out with somebody who used this.

  • (electronic music) Flavor #4 - Indo Curry Origin: Japan

  • - I'm kind of nervous about this.

  • - It smells like curry, I don't know why you would ever

  • wanna brush your teeth to smell like curry.

  • (brushing sounds)

  • - Help.

  • - (laughing) It's really bad.

  • - There's like a refreshing-ness

  • that's surprising to the curry.

  • - Just the way he's smacking his lips is scaring

  • the heck out of me.

  • (exhales)

  • - That does not smell like curry.

  • - That's gnarly.

  • - That was a really strange experiment that I just

  • participated in.

  • - The best part about this week was that I got to

  • brush my teeth after lunch.

  • I get you Brazilians.

  • - It's hard to pick which one is the absolute worst,

  • 'cause they're all bad.

  • - I don't care if Target has a deal on any of these,

  • I'm never buying them, I'm not buying two for one,

  • or ten for seven, no.

  • - Yeah, I'll stick to the regular toothpaste.

  • I like feeling so fresh and so clean.

  • - Sure, why not?

  • - Are you gonna keep asking us whether we'd make our together? -Do you just want us to make out?

  • (piano note)

- This should be a weapon in the Hunger Games arena.

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    Steven posted on 2015/10/30
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