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  • It's the LaBrant fam.

  • We're about to face off and give our takes on some

  • of parenting's--

  • And life's.

  • --biggest questions.

  • This is the debate club.

  • Using dessert to negotiate with your kids.

  • Absolutely.

  • With bedtime, potty training, anything,

  • dessert is all that kids want.

  • That's like gold.

  • They're addicts to dessert.

  • I say no.

  • I don't like using food as a negotiation.

  • I like using like prizes, or you get a star.

  • Just wait till you have a kid.

  • It'll all change.

  • We have a kid.

  • Toilet paper.

  • Over or under?

  • I think under.

  • That's just the way I've always done it.

  • You're wrong.

  • It's over.

  • Because if there's a spider or any kind of small bug,

  • or a thing hiding right behind it, if it's under you

  • don't know.

  • You just pull, boom.

  • Spider's on your hand.

  • On top, you can see a spider coming.

  • You don't look at your toilet paper before you wipe yourself?

  • Of course I do.

  • But if it's under, you can't see what's hiding under it.

  • If it's on top, you can see what's coming.

  • No, because you can see what's under it if you're pulling it

  • from up top.

  • No.

  • Now we're actually gonna get in a real fight about this

  • when we get home.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Is a Cheeto a chip?

  • I'm going to go with no.

  • Because a Cheeto is more of a cheese puff.

  • It's small, long tubed, crunchy.

  • It's like its own category.

  • A chip is like flaky--

  • It's 1,000% a chip.

  • --cracky.

  • Just a chip.

  • It's in the chip category.

  • You like go, like, what kind of chip do you want?

  • And Cheeto is it.

  • it's all the way, it's a chip.

  • Mm-mm.

  • That's not even-- do you wash your legs in the shower?

  • I wash my legs in the shower.

  • I don't know why you wouldn't.

  • It's still your body.

  • You got to wash everything.

  • So you get down, like, scrub your legs when you get--

  • I mean, I don't get down and--

  • You get body wash.

  • --scrub my legs as much as I'll scrub my armpit.

  • But I still wash my legs, yeah.

  • I don't.

  • I don't wash my legs in the shower,

  • just because I got shampoo on my hair,

  • and the water's flowing down.

  • That's weird.

  • It's a downward flow.

  • Just wash everything.

  • It's gotta wash off.

  • It isn't-- I guess technically I am washing,

  • but I don't get down and scrub.

  • I don't purposely wash, but my shampoo for my hair just--

  • Let's--you're just weird.

  • Just flows off onto the legs.

  • Baby Shark or no Baby Shark?

  • I'm gonna go with no Baby Shark.

  • Yes Baby Shark.

  • I think everyone was yes Baby Shark at the beginning.

  • But Baby Shark's just been--

  • I mean, I don't necessarily--

  • (MOCK SINGING) Baby shark, do do do do do do, do do do.

  • --like listening to it.

  • It's kind of annoying.

  • But I'm all for it because it works in certain situations.

  • I think it's over done.

  • Yes.

  • Yes Baby Shark.

  • I think it's over done.

  • No it's not.

  • Savannah, I'm so sorry to say that you lost this debate club.

  • Yeah, right.

  • Comment below to let us know who you think won.

It's the LaBrant fam.

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The LaBrant Fam Goes Head-to-Head in 'Ellen’s Internet Debate Club'

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    林宜悉 posted on 2019/07/27
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