WE HAVE TO WEAR UNIFORMS NOW! | We Are The Davises

WE HAVE TO WEAR UNIFORMS NOW! | We Are The Davises


(upbeat music) – All right, we just finished
our uniform shopping. Show ’em how big your bags are. (grunting) Big ol’ bags. – One million dollars. (fast rock music) – Hey, everyone! It’s We Are The Davises. – Hello.
_ It’s been a crazy, crazy week for us. The kids have both been
accepted to a private school and they just finished
with all their testing. So, that was placement
testing that they had to take. It took two days to do all that. We’re very proud of them. They’re in advanced classes. They’re doing really well. They’re right where they should be. We’re on our way to go get some uniforms. Basically, we gotta go
uniform shopping right now, so this is gonna be
back-to-school shopping part two. Yes, yes, and, Tyler,
how’s your back doing? – It hurts.
– Your back is hurting. Just as much as before?
– Mm-hmm. – [Connie] Well, you
need to be exercising. You need to be stretching your back out and doing those exercises,
the doctor said. – What?
– Yeah. You’re not gonna be allowed to slouch over on the couch anymore. That’s not helping. Then, school is starting
for you and Kayla on… In two days, so we got
one day off in between to get situated, and Kayla’s
hair is still unacceptable, so we have one last resort, and that’s tomorrow, we’re
taking her to a salon and we’re gonna cross
our fingers that they can get the rest of that pink
out in time for school, right? – Yes. – [Connie] So, are you guys ready to go pick out some uniforms? – [Tyler] Ya. – [Connie] Kayla?
– Ya! Wait, I’m tryin’ to find the picture. – So, Kayla’s hoping for
some kind of ombreed effect. – I don’t want you to
see my text messages. (laughing) – All right, let’s go. Tyler, you’re still waddling like a duck. You also, I don’t think I told you, you have music lessons starting tomorrow. – Mmkay. Guitar? – [Connie] No, singing. – Oh, you said music.
– Yep. You’re gonna be doing dance. We’ll get Tyler started first
and then if you’re interested we’ll reschedule so you
both get music lessons. – Okay. – We’re gonna have the
instructor to come to the house and they’re gonna see
how Tyler’s voice is. – Mmmm.
– You’re gonna sing soprano. Woooooo! But you gotta get that straw
outta your mouth first. – He’s been eating that straw since this morning.
– No! – [Connie] Let’s go
pick out some uniforms. Are you excited or what? – Ya. – [Connie] Do you really
wanna wear a uniform? No?
(Kayla laughing) So, you guys comment below
if you have to go to a school where you’re wearing a
uniform, or if you just go and you wear whatever you want. Or, do you have really strict dress codes where, of course, you can’t show stomach, or you have the two finger
on the shoulder rule, where you can’t have a shirt that has anything skinnier than that. What is your dress code? Right now, we’re gonna
go pick out some clothes. – Yeah. (upbeat music) – All right, we just finished
our uniform shopping. Show ’em how big your bags are. (grunting) Big ol’ bags. – One million dollars. – And, we still didn’t get everything. They ran outta some pants, so those are on backorder. But, we are ready for school. – Yay. – Hey, what’s up everybody? How you doin’? How you like my shades? They’re awesome, aren’t they? I’ve just spent all day
washing the car and waxing it and making it look really
good for my wife here, because she’s so special, she need– – Yeah, he slaved over washing the car. – Well, it was really hard to call the guy to have him come over. I mean, my finger was
kinda achy from hittin’ the seven digits on the… Or 10, actually. Everybody’s got a 10-digit
phone number nowadays. But, I think I did a really
good job cleaning it though. It looks beautiful, look at that. It’s like a brand new car.
– It’s like a brand new Tahoe.
– Yay! – So excited. Oh, look at this messy garage. You guys were asking
what happened to Pikachu. There he is. – He escaped, but then… – He’s gonna be donated. We just haven’t got to it yet. – Holidays are comin’
up soon, we got our– – Yeah, some kid’s gonna love that. One of you guys… We got someone gettin’
a Pikachu somewhere. That thing’s so big, it just
takes the whole room up. We can’t have a Pikachu in their bedroom. All right, now we’re gettin’
ready to go to dinner, and we don’t know where that is. – He, he like repo– – Oh no! Yep. – When you have that
perfect spot in your seat and somebody moves it, that’s like the worst day of your life, because now I’m never gonna
find that perfect spot again. – Well, this is my car anyways, so I don’t know.
– You’re never gonna find it either though. (laughing) And my perfect spot was your perfect spot.
– So, the carpets are clean, the whole car looks like a brand new car. Yes, 10 more years. This thing can make
it, I know it. (laughs) – [Shawn] At least 10 more years. – I love this car. I don’t need a new car. – The kids were brought home
from the hospital in this car. Like, that’s literally how long we’ve had this car.
– Well, not Kayla but Tyler. We don’t know where we’re going. Where do you guys wanna go? So, we’re gonna do somewhere different? (plastic rustling)
– We could go to that– – Chinese food, Mexican food,
American food, French food, Italian food, what do you want? – That organic place? – Organic, all right. We’re gettin’ organic
food, that means whatever. – Oh, we’re not going there? Okay, so where are we goin’ then? I just got voted down.
– You don’t wanna go there? – Macaroni Grill?
– Ummmm, I don’t care. Yeah, let’s do that. I haven’t been to Macaroni Grill forever. That’s like Italian.
– It’s Italian, yeah. Or we could go to Olive Garden. – Uh, Macaroni. – Macaroni Grill’s
better than Olive Garden, for sure.
– Yeah, Macaroni Grill. All right, we’re going to Macaroni Grill. I hope you guys like it!
– Nothing against Olive Garden. – Yep, nope, just tryin’
something’ different. It is really, really cold inside, so– – All they serve is tomatoes, here. So, that’s what we’re gonna have. We’re gonna have tomatoes for dinner.
– We’re gonna have some good food.
– Yummy tomatoes. – You guys know what you want already? – I’m getting spaghetti and meat sauce. – [Connie] Spaghetti and meat?
– I’m getting spaghetti and meat balls. – [Connie] Nice. – And…
– I don’t know what I’m getting. – I probably don’t know.
– I thought you were getting tomatoes? (laughs) – [Connie] Oh, Daddy’s getting tomatoes. – Yeah, I want the yellow
ones, and some red ones. – Okay that looks good. – Yeah, I’ll just take some of that. – [Connie] I think I’m
gonna get some chicken. – Cheecken.
– Cheecken’s good. – I went back to the
swamp to go get my chicken but it was all gone, so I
came out here and got watered. – Guess who that is? Anyways, we’re gonna go ahead and order and enjoy the scenery and
the noisy cars goin’ by. (imitating car motor) – That’s my noisy car.
– Good ol’ California. Gotta love it. What are you doing? – Salt guy. – [Shawn] Are you sure you guys are doin’ the salt guy thing? – [Connie] Doin’, oh yeah, the meme? That’s not how he did it. – [Kayla] He went like this. It sprinkled on his arm, he goes like… (laughing) Wait, wait, I did it before, it’s like… (laughs) I can’t do it. – It’s like this, hold on. (laughing) – Yes, that’s it.
– That’s the guy, yep. (laughing) – What’s the matter with you? – She put her hand out first–
– That’s like, karma. (yelling and laughing) – I got mad so I ran up to a
flower and I was gonna kick it and just have it move, and
then it exploded and I was, “Oh no!” (laughs) – Flower killer!
– She was like, “Oh my God, “What’d I do?” and she
stuck her hand on this pole that’s covered in bird poop.
(laughing) – Then she was like,
“Oh God, what did I do?” – Here’s one right here,
it’s actually the one. That one over there–
– There you go, Kayla. We dare you to lick it. – That one over there was way worse but you can kinda see the amount
of bird poo that’s on there that’s pretty gross.
– Yeah, nasty. – Tell these two to not
touch anything in the car because I spent all day cleaning it. – Where are we going now? – Is it a secret, or are
we… (groans in disgust) – Oh, they’re smearing bird poop on Dad? No, you guys are nasty. – She’s got the bird poop touch ahhhh! – Where are we going? Where are we going? – I don’t know, but this is in our car. – Where are we going?
– I don’t know. The guitar shop! – [Connie] Yay, ding ding
ding ding, you got it. – I remembered.
– High five. Berp, berp, berp. – Yeah, I’m smart.
(door shutting) – I shut the door on
him as he was sayin’ it. We’re on our way to the guitar shop cause we gotta get a keyboard because we’re gonna have
at-home singing lessons. It’s gonna start off with Tyler–
– What? – It’s probably gonna
end up with all of us. We’re gonna be the family Von Trapp. – [Tyler] No. How about We are the Davises? – Yeah.
– We’re gonna be the Davises. – We’re gonna be the Davis Four. Fab four! – Our favorite place, this
is where we ate yesterday. – Yeah, that place is awesome. Organic.
– And vegan and vegetarian… – Yeah, Michael’s is right next door and it’s the best place ever. – [Shawn] Derpie, derpie, derp. – Derp, derp. – Hey, what’s that one that
went doopie, doopie, doop? – That’s the chef.
– The chef for the Muppets. Schmorgy, schmorgy, schmorken. Doopie, doopie, doop. – Or one, two… – We’re crazy. We’re just crazy like that. Crazy. – A two, a thirty-three. – Free!
– Free! – Everybody in YouTube land,
are you the O and the K? No?
(Laughing) That’s my favorite cartoon
character in the entire world right now, I don’t know why. Who? – [Kayla] It’s like Raven. – [Shawn] It’s not Raven. – I like when I look outside the window and I notice people staring at us, ’cause we’re holding this camera talking. ‘Cause we’re freaks. We’re freaks like that! – Mind your own business! – They’re all, “That must be so unfamous. “They’re holding a camera.” – Nope, nobody famous here. I’ve never– – You don’t know us.
– I’ve never even heard of us. Who are we? – Who are we? Yeah. – We are the Davises.
– Hmm. The Davensons. (laughing) – We get that a lot
actually in the comments. We are the Davidsons. – [Tyler] No, people say Davensons. – Or the Davies. We’re the Davies.
– Yeah, that’s another one that we get a lot of.
(laughing) I love the Davies! – I hear Davensons a lot, like with an N. – Davensons?
– It’s like auto, if you’re on your phone and
you’re trying to spell our name, it probably doesn’t… ‘Cause Davises the way
we spell it is not real. – Yeah, it’s trying to be creative, okay? – But, Siri doesn’t get it, and what’s the other one? Corona, is that the one from Microsoft? – Yahoo.
– None of them get it, right? – Google.
– They don’t understand Google.
(laughing) – Google! It’s D-A-V-I-S-E-S, okay? That’s us.
– Bing, they don’t get it. – You know, when you do us in a search, we have finally beat “we are the world.” Wooh! Now we just gotta beat– – We rank higher than
“we are the world” now? – Yes.
– No way. That is awesome.
– Now we just gotta beat, I think, “we are the one,”
or something like that. “We are the ones?” I don’t know what that–
– “We are the champions.” – “We are the champions.”
– That’s what it is. Queen, is still beating us.
– No, no. I think we beat that. – We beat “we are the champions?” – I don’t know, what
did we beat, you guys? (kids chattering) I think it’s something like
“we are the ones” or something. I don’t know, where’s my phone? – Yeah, where’s my phone, I gotta… I need this ’cause I don’t
know where I’m going right now. So, get your own phone.
♫ We’ll keep on fighting ♫ Til the end – Now you know why we
need singing lessons. – Yes, we need singing
lessons desperately. Ahhh! ♫ You are the losers
(laughing) ♫ We are the champions
– You are the losers. (laughing) – [Shawn] You are a loser! (laughs) ‘Cause we are the champions. That’s hilarious.
– Okay, I gotta try this a different way. We. Are. “We are number one.” That’s what’s beating us. “We are number one,” ahhhh! – How could that be? I’ve never even heard that term. – I don’t know. I’m gonna look it up right now. I’m lookin’.
♫ We are number one. – It comes up Lazy Town. (laughing)
– Lazy town, no way! – Have you guys heard of Lazy Town? That was a big deal when
our kids were little. – Okay, I bet it was like,
lazy animated. (grunts) – [Shawn] You guys used to love that show. – What?
– Yeah, Lazy Town? – Oh! – The guy that lived in the balloon, and then every time there
was trouble he came down and beat everybody up
’cause he was super buffed. – Was his name, Claytor? That’s his name on Lazy Town. It’s that one crazy guy on Lazy Town and he sings “We are Number One.” It’s all over YouTube. – He’s the buff guy in that? – He’s the bad guy.
– Oh, he’s the bad guy, okay. – There’s a bad guy
beating us in searches. – What? Everybody in YouTube land,
you must correct this problem. – Look at that beautiful sunset behind us. Gotta love California. We’re just full of nonsense tonight. Sorry! We’re gonna go to a guitar
center to buy a piano. (laughing)
– That’s just what we do on Tuesdays. – We’re actually not even buying a piano. We’re buying an organ. Is that what it–
– Keyboard. – A keyboard! Whatever, I don’t know.
– We’re buying a pipe organ. – We’re buying something that plays music so that we can sing. I don’t know how that works.
– We’re buying something that makes noise when you
put your hands over them. – Then tomorrow, we’ll meet the teacher. Yeah, and what else? Oh, we’re gonna do Kayla’s hair tomorrow. – Yeah, I have an appointment
set up and it’s gonna be– – We’ve been doing
Kayla’s hair a lot lately, so hopefully it doesn’t fall out. But, it’s lookin’ kinda
fried, so I think we’ll spend tonight conditioning it. (laughs) (rock music) – I’m limpin’. On both legs. – [Connie] Gimpy, that’s your new name. – That’s what Dad calls me. – He thinks it’s a bad name. – Gimpy Davis. (laughs) You and Dad kinda walk the same now. Look it, they’re both
doing the waddle. (laughs) – [Shawn] My waddle is
’cause of my buffness. – [Tyler] Uh-huh, that’s why. (“Faster Than Light” by Rameses B) (piano music) – [Connie] Now you have to sing. – Ahhhhhhhh. – [Shawn] That’s the one. – [Connie] That’s a big keyboard. – [Shawn] Or we could do
the one on the other side. – I like this one.
– It’s a hundred dollars more. – Taller. (piano music) – Oh, I like this one. (laughs) – [Shawn] That one’s got all
kinds of buttons and knobs. (loud piano music)
– [Connie] Sing, a cappella. – Errrrr!
(rock music) (sliding)
– It’s not making a noise! – [Shawn] That was
awesome how you did that. (sliding and some piano sounding) – Ha! – No, go like this.
(piano music) (rock music) (drumming) – I’m pretty sure that’s
all copyright music. So, we’re gonna had to dub
over this anyways, right? (drumming) (laughing) Please, somebody help us
get what we came to get so we can leave.
– Bam! – I’m gonna die. (drumming) – Ow! (laughs) We goin’ in the flow.
– Yes. Where’s Daddy? – We’re about to go home.
– There he is. – Thank God, we’re saved. Goodbye. (laughing) Ahhhh! – We still have more stuff to do. It’s a never ending… Which is fine. Actually, there’s a place next door that we wanna go check out. It’s called Costume Castle, and we’re gonna go check out–
– We’re gonna leave you first. – Yeah, we’ll have to
bring you back to that one. – We’re gonna save that for another vlog. – We got what we needed here, and so… – So, we’re gonna close out the vlog. – What did we wanna ask everybody? – We wanted to ask if you go
to public or private school, or what type of school do you go to? Don’t say what school, ’cause that’s dangerous.
– Don’t say the name of the school, just say–
– Yeah. – What kind.
– What kind. – Do you go to home school,
private school, public school– – Charter?
– Nursery school. (laughing)
– Baby school, pr… Yeah, preschool.
– Preschool. – So, don’t say the school that you go to. That’s dangerous.
– Are you in a school of fish? (laughing) – Don’t forget to answer the question. Oh my goodness, choke. (laughing) But, don’t forget to answer
the question down below, and we’ll see you tomorrow. So, bye!
– Bye! (upbeat piano music)

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