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Not a bad song.  The outro is a bit long.  Really, the only negative is that it's two dudes singing a duet, which is always kinda awkward.
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In Wookie, "wwrRRRaaaAAarrr...." means "I ain't going down that garbage chute!  It stinks like batha poodoo!"
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They don't have trick or treating all over the world?  For some reason, I assumed that was pretty much all over.  But now that I think of it, maybe it is just an American thing.  Hmmm...
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1:55 every American watching this was thinking, "He's gonna jump when that can pops!"  Very funny.  fyi, it's supposed to do that.  You didn't break it or anything.

Cheese in a can is supposed to be spread onto a cracker.  We wouldn't ever eat that stuff straight off a spoon like that.

Good vid, though!  Thumbs up!
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I was not expecting that at all haha. Thanks :)
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Yeah, Candy Corn is one of those things that has been around for many, many years here in the US.  So we're all used to it here.  It was funny how you couldn't describe the flavor.  Candy Corn does seem to have it's own unique flavor.  It's more about a texture than a flavor, I think.  Kinda waxy, but not in a bad way.  It's not really the kind of candy that we Americans shovel in our mouths (like we would M&Ms).  It's more like something a person would keep in a bowl on their desk at work and people passing buy would take one or two pieces.  It's only around during Halloween.  Good vid!  Thumbs up!
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Ice Tea is hit or miss.  When you buy it from a fast food place it ends up tasting pretty much like how you'd expect it to taste; cheap and crappy.  Ice Tea is best on a summer day when it's blazing hot outside and you've made it at home and it has sugar in it and a ton of ice.  That being said, the drink it more popular in the southern US because of the heat down there. It's an outside kind of drink after a hard fought baseball game.

If you don't want to make it at home, there is a company called Snapple that makes decent ice tea.  You may have them up there.  Check out their web site.  They make lots of kinds of drinks, but they became popular down here in the 1980s based on their various ice tea flavors.  Peach Tea is pretty awesome.
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Hee hee...  What a nice kid!

I think that the reason why American food might seem to be superior is because we have a much higher population than most countries and we have a lot more farming space.  When you have that kind of space, you can specialize in certain foods and food production.  If one farmer is focusing on corn, his neighbor can focus on peas (or whatever).  Where I think that in smaller countries, farmers can't afford to specialize as much so they end up producing less.  And with a huge population, we can afford to train people to specialize in food preparation/cooking.

PS.  For the most part, Americans love England, Ireland, Scotland and Italy.  We're kinda so-so on France, Spain and Germany.  And we're not too thrilled at all with the middle east and Northern Africa.  But believe me, nobody will ever mess with England while we're around.  You are our mother country, after all.

PPS.  Pop Tarts are very bad for you.  Way too much sugar.  They are bad for your teeth and your belly.  So be careful with them.  They are tempting because they are very cheap here and very convenient.
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Hmmm...  Seems to me that McCann was the big instigator there.  there would have been no fight or ejections had he not obstructed the runner.  Weird how he didn't get booted.  Then again, maybe Gomez took a swipe at someone or bumped an umpire and it was off camera.  Anyway, thanks for uploading the vid.
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The best revenge for a "bad pitch" is don't make that mistake again. Get him out next time and celebrate how you wish.
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Snowballs were never really all that popular when I was growing up.  Most American kids are not big fans of coconut.  They are indeed usually white.  The orange one you had must have been seasonal.

It was very funny that you had no idea what a Cupcake was.  Hee hee...  They are an American staple food.  Moms have been putting them in our lunch-boxes for 100 years.  Being unaware of a Cupcake is kind of like not know what a chicken is or what it's going to taste like.

Other cake-like treats that are popular here in America are Twinkies, Butterscotch Krimpets, Swiss Cake Roll, Ho-Hos, Devil Dogs, Little Debbies, and Ding Dogs.

Man...  just listing all those treats make me hungry.  Kinda makes my teeth hurt, too.  Lots of sugar.
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I was a fan of coconut cakes & candies when I was growing up, and I loved the Pink Snowballs, but I had to buy them when my friends & siblings weren't at the stores with me and eat them in private because I didn't want them to think I was gay (not that there's anything wrong with gays; I'm not homophobic).

I never saw the orange Snowballs before; only the pink & white ones.

Another coconut junk food I used to love to eat was Almond Joy.  If I weren't a health fanatic vegan with a milk allergy I'd probably still be enjoying those delicious candybars!
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This commercial is on TV over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and...
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