Kids Try MREs with Their Military Parents | Kids Try | HiHo Kids


– (Host) 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. – (laughter) – (upbeat music) – 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 (mumble). – 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. – (mumbling) – All right. 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, calm down. – So this is how we do it.
Open it up in the field. Tilt it down like that. All right. – (cutting) – There we go. – (distressed noise) – 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. – Really? – And then, what’ve you got? – I got beef stew. – All right. – Do you want to trade? – I don’t, actually. – (Host) When you look
at it, what do you think? – So, like, 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. – (laughter) – Get on in there. – Okay. – Give it a shot. – Okay. Okay. Mmm. – (chewing) – Tastes like a better spaghetti. – So you’re saying it tastes
better than my spaghetti? – (Host) How is it? – Amaze-balls. – (laughter) – 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. – (Host) Yeah, we have heard
eating MREs does something to your system. – Dad? – 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. – (laughter) – This is the stuff
that creates that plug. – (Host) 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. – (laughter) – What did you do in the army. – I was an infantry man. – (sound affects) – Jumping out of planes.
Out of helicopters. – (Host) What countries did you go to? – I have been to Korea, Japan,
I’ve been to Afghanistan. – Oh wow. – 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. – (mumbled) 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. – (laughter) – (Host) There you go (mumbling).

  1. Random _fatguy

    I just came back from my cadet camp and I can DEFINITELY CONFIRM THAT IT GETS YOU CONSTIPATED.
    I took 3 shits yesterday, each of them a NIGHTMARE!

  2. Aiko Loren Omila

    1:12 he tried bitting the plastic

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  3. ItsAlexxx

    I would FaceTime my dad with my mom and my sister and we would just talk till he had to go. I will never forget the day I got to see my dad when he we wasn’t deployed.

  4. Hannah Hynes

    As an army cadet I can confidently say that the porridge MRE’s are the worst and to be honest the other ones really aren’t as bad like we all complained about them but they were pretty good if you got the right one and if you had special dietary restrictions like if you were vegetarian or didn’t/ couldn’t eat a certain type of food you pretty much got to choose what you got!

  5. Gabby Gonzales

    my fiancé is at boot camp right now for the USMC and i should really stop watching videos that have to do with the military. but here i am.

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