What’s up CantoMando squad. Today we’re gonna be playing the heaty or not foods challenge. In Chinese culture, foods are confusingly classified as heaty or not heaty. And they have different effects on your body. Growing up Chinese, we’ve always scolded by our parents for eating heaty foods. Son, don’t eat these. It’s heaty. But to this day, we still have no idea which foods are heaty. So today, we’re gonna see if Mike and Sheldon can see which foods are heaty or not. Without further ado, let’s go. So the way this game works is that I’m gonna read out a food, and then they’re gonna have to guess whether it’s heaty… or not heaty. And by the way guys, if you guys are not familiar, heaty is also yeet hay in Cantonese, and shang huo in Mandarin. So are you guys ready for it? Let’s go. Alright, to start, we have some really easy ones. The answer is in the name. You guys are right, because it was such an easy question, right? Soft. Chips are obviously yeet hay, everyone has heard their parents say don’t eat too much chips. Everybody knows chips are yeet hay. Wait, it’s easy. It’s easy, right? What? I thought this was easy. Duck is easy, dude! I thought you were going with easy ones first. 2, 1, go. Wait, which one? Pick one. Pick one. Yes, you guys are correct. Give me challenge, dude. Yeah, give me challenge, man. Okay. Challenge. Broccoli is good for you, Mike. Ready to get destroyed? Alright, you guys have your answers? This is a very tricky one. 3, 2, 1, go. You put cold? Yeah. But broccoli is steamed, how can it be cold? Answer is warm. You know how I know? Because broccoli’s Chinese name is Xī lán huā, right? Which means it’s a western thing. And any western thing is bad for your health, according to Chinese culture. If that’s the case… Edward’s choosing the next one where he put snow in front of the vegetable. So then we were leaning towards cold. Alright, 3, 2, 1. Definitely yeet hay. Edward knew that you were gonna put hot, so he tried to reverse reverse psychology you. The answer’s cold. I knew it! Sheldon, you got reverse psychology. Sheldon, you know what they say, right? Don’t play the game, play the man. I actually just ate this. Oh shoot The only reference you have is your moms telling you not to eat something. It’s the only way, you’re just guessing based on that. That’s the first train of thought. There’s two thoughts. Whether my mom told me, whether or not it’s Edward’s reverse psychology. Those are two thoughts. You guys don’t know anything. I already know the answer. You know the answer? Alright, ready? 3, 2, 1, go. Definitely not yeet hay. What? You guys are all wrong. Like oily foods, wouldn’t that be considered yeet hay? Avocado’s not oily. No, it’s very fatty though. I think what’s a good safe reference is anything fatty or oily is probably yeet hay. This is the part of Chinese culture that makes absolutely no sense. That’s not true, because grape is also yeet hay. And grape is not fatty or oily. I know, but I said anything fatty is yeet hay, but I never said everything– All fatty is yeet hay. Got it. Think about what would your mom say. Did you mom ever say don’t eat it? Son, don’t eat these. It’s heaty. Mike, maybe she did, I don’t know, I can’t tell you. 2, 1, go. For sure. Your mom said don’t eat it? For sure. Banana is a yeet hay food, hands down. But you know what? According to this graph, it’s cold. You guys lost again. Wait, are you sure you’re getting from the right source? Top 10 cooling foods to eat in the summer. Bananas are clearly cooling food. You’re obviously not searching it on Baidu, that’s why. You’re searching out of Google right now. Google gives you like the English western version. Mike, it’s seems like a tie game right now. Mike, can you stop copying my answers, man? You know I’m just trying to make it suspenseful for the fans, right? 3, 2, 1, go. Mike pulled out the heaty. You’re saying fish is bad for you? No wait! It doesn’t necessarily mean bad for you. Doesn’t mean it’s bad for you. Fish is the king in Chinese culture. Why is it cold? Cause it’s in water? My mom just always told me to eat my fish. Wait so, because your mom tells you to eat more of something, you feel like it’s cold all of a sudden? Well, clearly the Chinese people when they invented the yeet hay thing, they must have fished the fish out of hot water lake or something, because it’s hot! Sheldon’s so nervous right now. He’s like…sweat’s coming out of his… Oh. Raw onion’s easy. Raw onions? Wait, so… Why did you add the word “raw”? I don’t know. Maybe half-cooked is also like a different one, I can’t tell you. 3, 2, 1, go. You just copied my answer, right? I see you. Sheldon, we held it out at the same time. Because I’ve eaten onions before, and I got a nosebleed. Every time I eat really yeet hay foods, I get nosebleed. Oh really? Yeah. Wait, so that means there’s some logic to it. It’s a body thing. If I eat raw onions, it just feels very hot inside. You guys are both right. One thing you’re missing is the ultimate yeet hay detector, which is the body. Your body. It’s only logical to go for the next one… Is this a triple reverse psychology? You want us to say it’s cold, because based on the previous patterns, it’s always been the same. It’s only logical to say it’s cold. But you probably think that we’re gonna say it’s cold, so you reverse reverse psychology, it’s warm again. There’s no way that by adding heat to something, you make the food less yeet hay. It’s cold! Are you serious? You’re lying. No, I’m serious. You’re lying. I was…I knew it was that. I knew it was cold. One thing you guys don’t have… Sheldon, if you knew it was cold, why did you put hot up? No, I knew that when I ate it, it’s not hot anymore, but like… I just want to give Mike a point. and make it…more suspenseful. There’s just absolutely no logic behind these answers. In your head it’s this thing. Flip. And then on camera, we’re like this. We’re like… The leaf? But the cool feeling you get when you eat a mint, is not an actual cooling though. It’s a hot cool. What’s a hot cool? You get it? Like… It feels cool in your mouth… Sheldon, stop… …but actually in your body it’s a heat. I know what you’re gonna do. You’re funny. After you say all that, you know what you’re gonna do? You’re gonna put the cold one up. I’m not. He got you. The answer is hot! Mike, I told you. What were I trying to tell you? I know, but why did you go with this then? This one should be very easy, the answer is already in its name. Oh great… But you don’t know if it’s hot water or cold water. Alright, ready? Sheldon is right! I told you the answer is so obvious! I don’t want to hear your “I told you the answer is so obvious!”, okay? I said it’s in its name! Edward, I know, but you keep on saying that, and you keep on confusing me. Mike, have you ever eaten water chestnut before? It’s easy, Mike. I’ve saved the best for last, alright? Alright. Mike, come on, Mike, you know it’s done. I’m actually gonna try now. Game is tied. OhHh, i’M sCaRed. The last one is… Lettuce cooked. I’m so confused. It’s easy, it’s easy. Just think about the amount of water content in lettuce. But also it’s cooked. Alright, I got my answer. Do you have yours? You know what this is? Sheldon, I know what’s happening in your head. Nothing. Nothing’s happening in your head right now. This is the advantage of… eating home-cooked meals all the time. It’s that… my parents have said this to me before. Luckily, you don’t know my grandma’s vegetarian. What does that have to do with it? What does that have to do with anything? Alright, I’m gonna crown the winner right now. I have never… I HAVE NEVER been scolded for eating too much lettuce, Is your logic because it’s cooked? No, logic is because… Your grandma’s a vegetarian? That’s the logic? Wait, what’s your logic? My logic is I’ve eaten so much cooked lettuce before, and my mom has never… Wait, why are you giving me that look? Because you don’t listen to me, man. Oh, it was…it was cabbage! It wasn’t lettuce. It was cabbage. Put this back. It was cabbage. Ready? I’m gonna crown the winner, okay? Hold this one back. You picked this. Alright. I wasn’t even trying, okay? The winner… It was cabbage. The winner of CantoMando yeet hay challenge series is… It was lettuce the whole time! Oh my god. This is a very good depiction of why he… they have no idea what they’re doing. He just switched his answer like 3 time after… I didn’t! No, I switched it just to see if Sheldon will switch it, and then I switched it back. Dude, you switched it just because I looked at you like this. No, it’s because of theatrics. Okay… I’m trying to make it theatrical, okay? It’s okay, you were really close. My god! It’s very intense. How is cooked lettuce not yeet hay? Sheldon, your grandma is a vegetarian, remember that, okay? Don’t forget that, remember. Next time you play this again, just think about it, your grandma’s a vegetarian. You’ll win a challenge one day, Sheldon. Thank you guys for watching today’s video. Also if you guys have been paying attention, we’re actually rocking our yeet hay gang, m4 pa3 jit6 hei3, bú pà shàng huǒ collection. A lot of you guys have been asking about it in the previous video’s comments, because we’ve been wearing it. It actually is because our parents, growing up, they’ve always told us not to eat yeet hay foods. But now we’re cooler, and we’re older, and we don’t care. So we…we eat them all the time now. Yeet hay gang. So if you guys have had similar experiences growing up, then check out the yeet hay gang collection in the description box below. And join the yeet hay gang. It’s available now. Now. Like always, remember to smash that like button, and comment down below what is your favourite yeet hay food. 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