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[SOUND] [MUSIC] [LAUGH] A Storm Trooper. This means work and a lot of play. [MUSIC] Oh, a lasso. This is Kenyan fabric, I like it. Beautiful colors. This makes me definitely feel like nice day lounging at home. [SOUND] Real Housewives of Atlanta or Real Housewives of Africa. Is there a Real Housewives of Africa? It's Real Househelps of Kawangware [LAUGH] Definitely Real Househelps of Kawangware. [MUSIC] To Amanda [INAUDIBLE] we should all be feminists. Is this her speech? Oh that's cool. I didn't realize it was published. This is cute. This is very nice. We should all have one of these. Do I get to keep any of these? [LAUGH] Oh, Misty Copeland. Oh, what a beautiful, beautiful cover. I actually read this one. Yeah. She's phenomenal. Wow. An elephant. Oh. Yeah, my passion. LA or New York? New York. [INAUDIBLE] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Idris Elba or Michael B. Jordan, that's not fair. [UNKNOWN] And then finally naynay or the wobble. [LAUGH] That one's tough. I think I know more about the [UNKNOWN]. Ta da, that's ten. [MUSIC]

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