Whatever You Draw, I’ll Buy Challenge!

Whatever You Draw, I’ll Buy Challenge!


(bright pop music) – Hey guys, today we’re going
to be doing another challenge. And this challenge is the whatever I draw, you’ll buy challenge. But we’re not gonna be buying things, we’re going to be drawing the things. – And our dad will be buying the things. – [Dad] Yeah, I don’t know how you made me get into another one of these, but okay. How many rounds are there gonna be? – Five.
– Yeah, five. – [Dad] How about three? – No! – Four.
– Four? – We said that at the
same time, well, yes. – [Dad] Okay, that’s fine, four. – We’re going to have five
minutes to draw whatever we want. – [Dad] Whoa, Whoa, Whoa! Not five minutes, that’s way way too long. You guys know how to draw. – Four. – [Dad] No, no, no, no,
that’s still way too long. 30 seconds, that’s it. – I’m not going to be able
to draw like anything. – We can’t draw in that time! – [Dad] Yeah, you will, you
gotta put a time on this. This is a challenge,
otherwise, it’s just like, okay, I’m gonna draw whatever I want and get whatever I want. You gotta make it challenging. 30 seconds, that’s your limit. – Yeah, but what happens
if you don’t guess it? – [Dad] (laughs loudly)
Then I’m not paying for it! – Oh. – What if he doesn’t guess
anything, anything that I draw? – Yeah, you can’t do it on purpose. – [Dad] No, I would never do that. But, you gotta make a great effort. Okay, you guys ready? – Yeah.
– Yeah. – [Dad] Here’s your paper. – Thanks. – [Dad] And your pencils. I’m gonna set the timer to 30 seconds. – Okay. – [Dad] You ready? – Yeah.
– Go! (mellow guitar music) Okay, 10 seconds have gone already. 15 seconds left.
– Done! – Oops, hmm. – [Evelyn] Done, okay. – [Dad] Five, four, three, two, one. – Okay, I finished but– – It’s so good compared to mine! – [Dad] Oh, that’s easy,
that’s McDonald’s fries. – Yeah. (laughter) – [Dad] Hungry? – Yeah. – [Dad] And I guess you were
thirsty by the looks of things. Let’s take a better look at that. – [Evelyn] Look at this part
and then you might know it. – [Dad] Okay, let’s take
a better look at that. Let me think. It’s definitely a drink. Is it a soda with a straw in it? – [Evelyn] No, just look at this lady. – [Dad] Oh, a lady logo,
okay, so, you know what? That could be Starbucks. – Yeah. – [Dad] It could be Starbucks. Okay, that’s your favorite drink; which is a mango lemonade, right? – Yes, but, you forgot the dragon fruit. Mango dragon fruit lemonade. (laughing) – [Dad] Oh okay, okay, fair enough. – Yay, he got it right! – [Employee] Hi, can I
take your order please? – [Dad] Hi, can I get one
order of small fries, please? – [Employee] Okay, what else? – [Dad] That’s it, my friend. – [Employee] $2.87 – [Dad] Thank you. How are those fries, Emily? – Good. – I wanna try. Thank you. Mmm! Since the drink I drew, it
kind of looks like my drawing. And I love when it has the bubbles. Yum! Best drink ever. – [Dad] All right, Emily,
Evelyn, you ready for round two? – Yes.
– Yeah. – [Dad] 30 more seconds and go! (mellow guitar music) All right, are you finished already? – Mmhmm. – Mine does not look like
what it’s supposed to be. – [Dad] All right, so 10 seconds left. Three, two, one. – Oh, um. – [Dad] All right, well, I
know Evelyn’s all too well. – No no no no!
– What is it? – [Dad] That symbol haunts me. – [Evelyn] (laughing) good! – [Dad] Well, that’s Robux. – Yes, the biggest and the most– – [Dad] Wait, wait,
wait, well we didn’t even talk about amount yet. – The biggest amount you will let me get! – [Dad] A dollar! – No, that’s not even a thing! – [Dad] All right, let
me see yours, Emily. – Yeah, I know, it’s really epic. – [Dad] Oh no, that’s a book. (laughing) – [Emily] No. – [Dad] It’s got a book and a cat so, uh– – That’s Mango, our dog, it’s not a cat. – [Dad] Oh, it’s Mango. – Yeah! – [Dad] Wait, is that just like an easel with like a painting on top? You want an easel? – Mm-mm. – [Evelyn] You guessed it wrong! – [Dad] Is that a magazine? You want a magazine subscription? – No, I don’t think there’s
any magazine with Mango. – [Dad] No, but there’s pet magazines. Uh, hold it up a little bit more. – [Emily] Do you know what it is? – [Dad] Is that a TV with a stand? – [Emily] No. – [Dad] Uh, is that a camera? You’ve got a camera, so it’s not that. – This didn’t really look
like what it’s supposed to be. – [Dad] You know what, I
give up, I have no idea. (comical music) What was it? – It was a MacBook. – [Dad] MacBook? – You got the space bar. – Oh yeah, I did, these are
supposed to be the keys, but I only had 30 seconds. So, this is supposed to be a picture of Mango on my computer. – [Dad] Oh, that was your
screensaver, ah, okay. Yep, sorry, didn’t get that one. (laughs) – He got mine! – Daddy, what about the 50 cents? – [Dad] 50 cents, that’s 50 dollars. – Aw, I know. – [Dad] Don’t try and trick me. You can take the 10 dollars. – Oh, okay. That was easy, now I got my Robux. – [Dad] All right, you
ready for round three? – Yes. – [Dad] Okay, so far, you’re
not breaking the banks. Daddy’s winning this one! 30 seconds starts now. (mellow guitar music) – We’ll do something more simpler. – [Dad] Don’t make it too easy. 15 seconds. 10 seconds. Five, four, three, two, one.
– These are the legs – [Dad] Time’s up. Okay, so, wait, is that a soccer kit? – [Evelyn] No! – [Dad] Uh, well it’s definitely clothes so I see a necklace right there. – [Evelyn] You just said
it, like before necklace. – [Dad] So it’s clothes? – Yes! – [Dad] From where? – Zara. – [Dad] Ouch! – I always find a lot of things in Zara. – [Dad] Oh, okay, you got me
good on that one, definitely. Oh man, really? – Yeah. – [Dad] Uh, is that earmuffs? – No, you can clearly see,
daddy you know what they are. – [Dad] Oh shoot, I know what
that is, I know what that is. Beats headphones? – Yeah. – [Dad] Ouch. – Yeah, ouch. Daddy it looks we’re
going to Apple after all. – [Dad] Here’s your apple right here. – Thanks, a snack for the road! – [Dad] Ugh! (upbeat electronic music) Which color do you like, Emily? – I like the ones that Evelyn got. I want these ones. – [Dad] It’s the same as your sister’s. It’s the same color. – Okay, but you have to buy them for me. – [Dad] Oh boy. – Score! Now let’s go pay, Daddy. – [Dad] Okay, Evelyn, can you
keep it down to one outfit? – Um, one outfit? I’ll try, but that’s gonna be really hard. What size is this? (upbeat electronic music) Hey Daddy, I found some stuff. – [Dad] Guess you have. – And it even fits. – [Dad] All right guys, round four. You got me real good on that last round. – Okay. – [Dad] Don’t start
drawing yet, one second. 30 seconds starts from now! So, 20 seconds. Be easy on your daddy. And 10 seconds left. Five, four, three, two, one. – Okay, I tried my hardest. I don’t really know how to draw this item. – Do mine first! I’ve been wanting it for a long time! – [Dad] Is that a dragon? – No! It does not even look like a dragon! Keep guessing. – [Dad] Um, yeah, I think
I know what this is. – [Evelyn] What? – [Dad] It’s a bird! – Yes, yes, it’s a bird, it’s a bird! I’ve been wanting one for a long time. – [Dad] All right, Emily,
show me what you got. Is that a trophy? – [Emily] No! – [Dad] Is that– – It’s a… – [Dad] Is that a monkey and
you forgot to put the eyes in? – [Emily] No! – [Dad] Oh wait, it’s a tea kettle. – What? Okay, you put this on the item. You can open this. – [Dad] Oh, that’s, oh
wait, hang on a second. Is that handles and that’s the backpack? – Yeah. I know, it kind of does look like a monkey (laughing) This is gonna be
expensive; don’t tell him. – [Dad] Did you find
the backpack you want? – Where are the Gucci bags? – [Dad] Gucci, you never specified Gucci? – Well, I thought it was a Gucci backpack. – [Dad] It didn’t look like
a Gucci backpack to me. – Well, I didn’t have any time. – [Dad] You had 30 seconds,
gotta be more specific. Uh-uh, ain’t happening. – I messed that one up. – [Dad] How about you find
yourself a regular backpack? – Oh, I see. – [Dad] Regular, really really regular. – What about this one? – [Dad] Uh, no that’s a Chloe backpack. That’s like nearly the same
as a Gucci, ain’t happening. Okay, Emily, let’s go back to Zara. – Aw, why, I wanted a Gucci backpack. It was a Gucci backpack
with a pom-pom on it. – [Dad] Well, you should’ve drawn it, you should’ve been more specific. – At least it’s a backpack. This one’s kind of cute, can I get it? – [Dad] Very cool,
yeah, that one, perfect! – Next time, I’ll
definitely draw the logo. – Look at all the birds! Hello! (birds chirping) Look at the small one over there. Did you have some? Aww. Look at the gymnast, gymnast, huh? (upbeat pop music) – Look at what I got, it’s so cute. – Maybe I should have drew
a bunny, I love this guy. – [Evelyn] They’re so
cute, but they’re so small. I like that one back there. – [Dad] Wait a minute, that’s nothing like the bird that you drew. – [Evelyn] Well I mean,
I can’t really draw a good bird in 30 seconds. – [Dad] Nah, don’t worry, I’m gonna find a perfect bird for you. – Daddy, they don’t sell birds in Target. – [Dad] Oh yes they do,
I’ll find you something. There it is, that’s the
one I was looking for. (sighs) It’s an owl, and he’s wise. You can’t get anymore birdy than that. – I wanted a real bird.
– Ah-ha. – This one doesn’t chirp. Will do, it’s cuddly, fuzzy, and funny! – Okay guys, this
challenge was lots of fun. We managed to actually
draw some things and our dad actually guessed them. – I should have put a real bird. – Yeah, we have to pay closer
attention to the details next time because I didn’t
get my Gucci purse and Evelyn got a plushie. – Maybe next time I’ll draw a bunny. – I mean, I’m pretty
happy about what I got. I got Beats headphones and those are cool. And I also got fries.
– And I got a lot of clothes. – Give this video a thumbs
up if you like birds So thanks for watching.
– And bunnies. – Thanks for watching.
– See you next time! – Please subscribe and– – [Both] Bye!

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