COLLEGE KIDS REACT TO THEMSELVES ON TEENS REACT #4
– (FBE) So for this episode,
you’re going to be reacting to yourself.
– Really? Like me in old episodes? – This actually gonna be
really interesting, ’cause I don’t really
normally watch my older videos. – That’s so exciting and not
at the same time, ’cause I looked like trash
back then and God gave me a glow up. – (FBE) You’re going to be
reacting to your very first Teens React episode.
– Oh my God. I was, what, 15? – I think everyone remembers
their first. – I know I wore a terrible outfit.
I already know it and I think that’s when
I didn’t have my full set of braces yet.
Ugh, I’m gonna look like a nerd. – (FBE) So first, we’re actually
gonna be showing you a picture of what you looked like
in that episode. – Okay, all right.
Let’s see how that– (laughs)
All right. So, kind of the same.
I feel like I was a little slimmer back then. – Oh my God, I’m so young
and just so pre-pubescent. That was back when I thought
it was so cool to match the color of your shirt
and your snapback – Ugh, my God.
Delete it. Those were the years
when I used to match my earrings with every
t-shirt I wore. – (FBE) Now we’ll show you
the footage from your first episode.
Do you remember what the topic was? – Was it Twilight? – Teens react to crying baby?
There was this really cute viral baby back then
that was crying when his mom was singing to him.
They asked me to sing a lullaby or something.
It was pretty cute. – Was it “Teens React
to cell phones” or something like that? – (young Jasser) Just look
at those eyes. – Were those my first words?
“Just look at those eyes.” First words on React:
“Just look at those eyes.” – (mom) It’s just a song.
It’s just a song. – (young Jasser) It’s a strong song.
It’s emotional. – Ooh, yeah.
(laughs) Okay, you gotta understand.
On our first days here, a little behind the scenes,
we’re kinda nervous. – (past FBE) What personality
traits would you say this baby is already showing? – (young Jasser) Appreciation
for good music. – “Appreciation for good music.”
What a dork. – (past FBE) Is there a song
that has made you emotional? – (young Jasser) Killzone 3.
Every single time the game starts it has this title sequence. – Yeah, that was a weird answer,
but I kinda still support that. – (past FBE) Did anyone ever
sing to you when you were young? – (young Jasser) Yeah,
my mom sang to me all the time when I was young. – (past FBE) Can you sing
a little bit of it? – (young Jasser) You want me
to sing in Arabic? – (past FBE) Yeah.
– This was– ♪ (singing along to Happy Birthday
In Arabic) ♪ That’s kind of embarrassing,
but yeah. That’s probably what I’m
gonna sing to my kids. – (laughs) Nice.
Just really confused as to what I was about to watch.
It was my first time doing anything in front of a camera
and I just was so awkward. – (past FBE) Have you ever seen
any of the movies? – (young Kostas) No,
I actually have not. – Yeah, no, I haven’t.
And still to this day I’ve still not seen
a Twilight movie. – (past FBE) What do you want to say
to the Twilight lovers out there? – (young Kostas) Go watch the movie,
I guess, if you like it. – My voice is so high. (high pitched) Go watch the movie,
I guess, if you like it. – (past FBE) And finally,
are you going to see Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1?
– (young Kostas) No, I’m not. – Yeah, and I didn’t,
and I should do something about that hair,
because it’s just a mop. – (young Kaelyn) That’s me
every day with my friends. They hate it.
– Ew, I did the same thing right now that I did right there.
I put my hand– oh gosh. – (past FBE) Do you agree
with the message? – (young Kaelyn) Yeah,
because I do that a lot. I just block out my friends.
I’ll be texting and they’ll be like, “Kaelyn.” I’m like, “What?” – Uh, yeah, I still do that.
Low-key. – (past FBE) Are you the type
of person that when you’re out in the world,
going to a concert or to an event,
you’re recording it through the phone
versus just watching it? – (young Kaelyn) When I was at
the Believe tour, I was just recording the whole time
– (laughs) Why am I– – (young Kaelyn) And then I realized
when I got home, I was like, “I missed the whole concert.” – We are still talking about
Justin Bieber. This is so awkward!
And Tori’s younger than me and I look younger than her. – (past FBE) What do you
think about the reality… – Oh, Labib.
– (past FBE) that before your generation,
there were no cell phones in the way that they’re
used today. – (young Kaelyn) What did
they do with their lives? – That’s so disrespectful.
I sound like a bratty kid who’s like, “Yeah, if you don’t
have a phone, you’re just trash.” Like, ugh. – (past FBE) But let’s be honest,
when you walk out of this room, what are you gonna do? – (young Kaelyn) Use my phone.
Yeah. – I hate myself right
then and there. Oh my gosh! – (FBE) So how does it feel
to watch yourself from all those years ago
and continue to watch yourself over the years? – It’s pretty cool.
It’s pretty interesting. It’s bittersweet.
It’s kind of cool seeing– just seeing yourself back then,
’cause you reflect on how much you’ve grown and how much
you’ve changed. But at the same time,
you’re like, “Wow, I was such an idiot.” – That was literally the most
cringe-worthy era of my life and it is kinda weird to go back
and see myself and I have realized I have grown
so much. – It’s kind of like coming
full circle, in a sense, which is really, really cool.
It’s so cool that I was on– that was the very first episode
of Teens React, which is crazy.
I don’t know. I can’t help but think about
how much has changed since I was that age,
but that was cool. I’m really glad you guys did that.
That was awesome. – ♪ (industrial music) ♪