Are These Trendy Snacks Actually Good?

Games | Good Mythical MORE
3 May 202421:25

Summary

TLDRIn this episode of Good Mythical More, the hosts delve into a variety of new and unique snacks, offering their candid opinions on each. They start with a playful attempt to define the word 'tergiversation,' leading into tasting a Lay's potato chip flavor that mimics a breakfast pancake, which surprisingly wins them over despite initial skepticism. The team also samples a range of new Hidden Valley ranch dressings, with the Garlic Ranch being a standout hit. They move on to Easter Sundae M&M's, which evoke a nostalgic cherry flavor, and discuss the appeal of their layered chocolate. The conversation takes a humorous turn discussing the pronunciation of a guest's last name, 'Stuart.' They continue with a taste test of bite-sized Pop-Tarts and Milano cookies with an Earl Grey tea twist, before trying a controversial Cinnadust-flavored taco shell. The video concludes with a comparison of White Castle's frozen sliders to their fast-food counterpart, providing a comprehensive and entertaining review of these eclectic snack options.

Takeaways

  • 🍴 The hosts are reviewing new snacks recommended by Sporked, expressing initial excitement about trying them.
  • 📚 They attempt to define the word 'tergiversation', humorously showcasing their unfamiliarity with the term.
  • 🎥 Gwynedd, a TikTok influencer, is introduced and discusses her experience with one of the snacks previously seen on the platform.
  • 🥞 A Lay's potato chip flavor that tastes like 'Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity' pancakes from IHOP is tried, with mixed reactions.
  • 🍪 The hosts try various new flavors of Hidden Valley ranch dressing, with the Garlic Ranch flavor being a standout hit.
  • 🍫 New M&M's called 'Easter Sundae' are tested, and they are described as having a layered white and dark chocolate taste.
  • 🍪 Pop-Tarts Bites in Frosted Cinnamon Roll flavor are discussed, with the hosts noting the different consistency compared to regular Pop-Tarts.
  • 🍪 Milano cookies flavored like a 'London Fog' (Earl Grey latte) are a hit, with one host ranking them as their favorite.
  • 🌮 Old El Paso Stand 'n Stuff Taco Shells coated in Cinnadust are met with skepticism and ultimately deemed as more of a novelty than a serious snack.
  • 🍔 White Castle sliders in a snack form are tried, and while they don't fully replicate the original, they are considered a fun option for fans of the brand.
  • 🛒 The Sporked team is dedicated to taste-testing groceries to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of discussion in the provided transcript?

    -The main topic of discussion is the tasting and review of various new snacks, including flavored potato chips, ranch dressings, M&M's, Pop-Tarts Bites, Milano cookies, and taco shells, as featured on the show Good Mythical More.

  • What is the meaning of the word 'tergiversation' as defined in the transcript?

    -Tergiversation is defined as the act of making statements that deliberately hide the truth or avoid answering a question.

  • What snack does the host express initial skepticism about, but ends up liking?

    -The host initially expresses skepticism about the Lay's potato chips that are supposed to taste like 'Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity' pancakes from IHOP, but ends up liking them.

  • What is the general consensus on the new Hidden Valley ranch dressing flavors?

    -The hosts have mixed opinions on the new Hidden Valley ranch dressing flavors. They find the Garlic Ranch flavor to be very strong and similar to Papa John's garlic butter, while the Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch flavor is less favored due to not being 'cheesy' enough.

  • What is the special feature of the M&M's Easter Sundae mentioned in the transcript?

    -The M&M's Easter Sundae has a special feature of being layered with white and dark chocolate, and they are described as big and kind of fat, with one of them having a prominent cherry flavor, reminiscent of a chocolate-covered cherry.

  • What snack is described as being similar to a cannoli and is coated in Cinnadust?

    -The Old El Paso Stand 'n Stuff Taco Shells that are coated in Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust are described as being similar to a cannoli in texture.

  • What is the hosts' opinion on the Pop-Tarts Bites in Frosted Cinnamon Roll flavor?

    -The hosts find the Pop-Tarts Bites to have a different consistency than regular Pop-Tarts, being more airy, and they appreciate the bite-sized format as it prevents them from feeling too full or parched.

  • Which snack is considered a 'revelation' by one of the hosts and given a high ranking?

    -The Milano cookies flavored to taste like a London Fog, which is an Earl Grey latte, are considered a 'revelation' by one of the hosts and are ranked highly.

  • What is the hosts' reaction to the concept of the Cinnadust-coated taco shells?

    -The hosts have a mixed reaction to the Cinnadust-coated taco shells. While some find them fun and enjoy the texture, others feel that the concept is excessive and not as enjoyable to eat.

  • What snack is compared to a dessert and is said to have a compelling flavor?

    -The Lay's potato chips that taste like 'Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity' pancakes are compared to a dessert due to their sweet flavor, which the hosts find compelling.

  • What is the hosts' final verdict on the White Castle sliders in bite form?

    -The hosts agree that the White Castle sliders in bite form have a very specific flavor that is similar to the actual sliders. While they appreciate the fun idea, they note that the real sliders with soft buns, onions, and other toppings are still superior.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Introduction to Snack Testing and Defining 'Tergiversation'

The script begins with an introduction to the show 'Good Mythical More!' where the hosts are excited to try new snacks recommended by Sporked. They humorously attempt to define the word 'tergiversation,' which leads to a playful exchange about the term's meaning. They eventually learn it refers to the act of making statements that deliberately obscure the truth or avoid answering a question directly. The segment also includes a discussion about a unique snack, Lay's potato chips that taste like IHOP's Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity pancakes, which sparks a debate about the snack's novelty and taste.

05:00

🤔 Exploring New Flavors of Ranch Dressing and M&M's

The hosts move on to taste test new flavors of Hidden Valley ranch dressing, including Garlic Ranch and Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch. They discuss the unexpected pairing of cheese with ranch and share their opinions on the taste, with a preference for the Garlic Ranch flavor. They also try new M&M's called 'Easter Sundae,' which has a cherry flavor and is compared to a chocolate-covered cherry. The hosts share personal anecdotes about enjoying chocolate-covered cherries and discuss the appeal of the M&M's flavor.

10:02

😋 Trying Pop-Tarts Bites and Milanos with a Twist

The script continues with the hosts sampling bite-sized Pop-Tarts in a Frosted Cinnamon Roll flavor, which used to be a full-sized flavor that was discontinued. They discuss the texture and taste, comparing it to a regular Pop-Tart. Next, they try Milano cookies flavored like a London Fog, an Earl Grey latte, and express their enjoyment of the unique flavor. The conversation is filled with humor and light-hearted banter about the taste and appeal of the snacks.

15:03

🌮 Experimenting with Cinnadust Taco Shells and White Castle Sliders

The hosts taste test Old El Paso Stand n' Stuff Taco Shells coated with Cinnadust, which leads to a debate about the appropriateness of the flavor combination and a humorous discussion about whether such a creation might signal the end of the world. They also try White Castle frozen sliders, comparing them to the fast-food version and discussing the specific flavor profile. The segment ends with the hosts sharing their thoughts on the sliders and whether they would recommend them.

20:07

🏆 Ranking the Snacks and Promoting Sporked

In the final paragraph, the hosts summarize their experience with the snacks, discussing which ones were their favorites and which were less successful. They humorously debate the rankings and ultimately agree on their top choices. The script concludes with a plug for the Sporked team, who are dedicated to taste-testing groceries to help viewers make informed purchasing decisions. The hosts encourage viewers to visit sporked.com to find more information.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Tergiversation

Tergiversation is the act of making statements that deliberately hide the truth or avoid answering a question directly. In the video, the hosts humorously misinterpret the term before arriving at the correct definition, which plays into the theme of the show where they explore and react to various food items, sometimes in a misleading or humorous way.

💡Lay's Potato Chips

Lay's Potato Chips are a popular brand of potato chips known for their various flavors. The video discusses a unique flavor called 'Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity,' which is likened to a breakfast pancake taste. This keyword is central to the video's theme of tasting and reviewing new and unusual snacks.

💡Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing

Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing is a well-known brand of salad dressing that comes in various flavors. The video mentions new flavors such as Garlic Ranch and Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch, which are part of the hosts' exploration of different and innovative food products.

💡M&M's

M&M's are small, colorful, candy-coated chocolates that come in a variety of flavors. The video introduces 'Easter Sundae,' a new flavor that supposedly tastes like a dessert. The discussion around M&M's fits into the broader theme of the video, which is about trying out and evaluating new snack offerings.

💡Pop-Tarts Bites

Pop-Tarts Bites are bite-sized versions of the original Pop-Tarts pastries. The video mentions a 'Frosted Cinnamon Roll' flavor, which was previously discontinued but has been reintroduced in this new form. This keyword is relevant as it represents the trend of revamping classic snacks into more convenient or novel formats.

💡Milano Cookies

Milano Cookies are a type of cookie sandwich with a layer of chocolate and a cream filling. The video discusses a new flavor that tastes like a 'London Fog,' which is an Earl Grey latte. This keyword is significant as it showcases the trend of incorporating gourmet and specialty flavors into mass-market snacks.

💡Old El Paso Taco Shells

Old El Paso Taco Shells are a common brand used for making tacos. The video describes a new product from the brand that is coated in 'Cinnadust,' which is a cinnamon and sugar mixture, creating a dessert-like taco shell. This keyword is used to highlight the video's theme of experimenting with unconventional food combinations.

💡White Castle Sliders

White Castle Sliders are small, square-shaped burgers known for their unique taste and fast-food appeal. The video discusses a new snack product that aims to capture the flavor of these sliders. This keyword is important as it ties into the video's focus on iconic fast-food flavors in a portable snack form.

💡Sporked

Sporked is the team or platform that the hosts are associated with, which is dedicated to taste-testing groceries. The keyword is integral to the video's theme as it represents the source of the new snacks being reviewed and the authority guiding the viewers on what to purchase.

💡Food Review

A food review is a critique or evaluation of food products, often including taste, texture, and overall experience. The entire video is centered around the concept of food review, with the hosts trying various snacks and providing their opinions, which is the main theme of the show.

💡Limited Time Offer

Limited Time Offer refers to products that are available for a short period, often to promote a seasonal theme or special event. The video mentions that some of the snacks are available beyond their initial event (like Easter), which is a common marketing strategy to create urgency and excitement around a product.

Highlights

The hosts are excited to try new snacks recommended by Sporked.

They humorously attempt to define the word 'tergiversation'.

The correct definition of 'tergiversation' is given as making statements that deliberately hide the truth or avoid answering a question.

A Lay's potato chip flavor that tastes like 'Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity' pancakes from IHOP is discussed.

Despite initial skepticism, the hosts end up enjoying the unusual Lay's chip flavor.

Hidden Valley introduces seven new flavors of ranch dressing, including Garlic Ranch and Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch.

The Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch flavor is described as a combination of cheese and ranch that works surprisingly well.

Garlic Ranch flavor is compared to Papa John's garlic butter, and the hosts find it to be very accurate and delicious.

Easter Sundae M&M's are released with a white and dark chocolate combination and a cherry flavor that reminds them of chocolate-covered cherries.

The hosts express a preference for the Earl Grey Milano cookies, which taste like a London Fog, over other snacks.

Old El Paso Stand n' Stuff Taco Shells coated in Cinnadust elicit mixed reactions, with some finding them fun and others considering them a novelty.

White Castle flavored snacks are compared to the actual sliders, with the hosts noting the similarity in taste.

The discussion humorously ponders the end of the world due to the strange food combinations.

The hosts debate the merits and tastes of various snacks, providing a mix of serious and comedic commentary.

The Sporked team is praised for their daily taste-testing of groceries to help consumers make informed choices.

The show concludes with a humorous discussion about the hosts' parents and their background.

Transcripts

00:04

Welcome to Good Mythical More!

00:06

We are gonna try some notably new snacks that are worth your

00:11

purchase according to Sporked.

00:14

We haven't tasted them yet, so I'm pretty excited.

00:17

But first, let's define a word that we've never heard.

00:20

Okay.

00:21

What's the word?

00:23

Tergiversation?

00:25

Tergiversation?

00:26

Tergiversation?

00:28

Turgid means that it's, like, tight.

00:31

Usually that's spelled T-U-R.

00:32

Like a tight liquid?

00:33

This is T-E-R.

00:36

Oh, really?

00:37

Tergiversation?

00:38

Tergiversation!

00:39

I think it's when you make something.

00:40

Tergiversation?

00:41

When you make something tight.

00:46

I think it's when you, tergiver something.

00:50

And I don't know what tergiver is.

00:52

Well, you gotta come up, you gotta come up with something, or

00:55

you have to go with me.

00:56

Okay, this is when there's like a word and

00:58

you add a ter to it.

00:59

You give it a ter.

01:00

All right.

01:01

So, it's like, Links-ter.

01:02

Okay.

01:02

Don't be annoyed with me.

01:03

I'm just trying to get you to do the assignment.

01:05

And so I just did an example of tergiversation.

01:08

So, who's right?

01:10

The act of making statements that deliberately hide

01:12

the truth that avoid answering a question.

01:14

Oh, I kind of did that. See, I was trying to

01:17

tergiversate.

01:18

- Oh, yes, you were. - And you forced me out of it.

01:21

Gwynedd get in here before we tergiversate each other.

01:27

Oh, my goodness.

01:28

Hi!

01:30

You're tasting stuff, you're posting it on

01:32

TikTok.

01:33

Yep.

01:35

This one's been on TikTok for a while now.

01:37

I saw this one.

01:38

So, I saw you eat this.

01:41

Were you curious about it?

01:42

Yeah.

01:43

I didn't scroll past.

01:44

All right.

01:45

Not that I usually scroll past you eating

01:47

things on the.

01:48

I sure hope not.

01:50

This is a little bold.

01:51

So, it's a really crazy idea, isn't it?

01:53

Yeah, it's wild.

01:54

It's a Lay's potato chip that's supposed to taste

01:56

like, I hate saying it, but I have to, I think.

01:59

Say it, girl!

02:00

Rooty Tooty Fresh N' Fruity, pancake breakfast at IHOP.

02:03

What part of that do you not like saying?

02:04

The rooty tooty part.

02:05

The rooty tooty?

02:06

Have you ever gotten excited and said, like, rooty tooty?

02:09

Rooty tooty!

02:11

What about rootin' tootin'?

02:12

Rootin' tootin', yeah.

02:12

You ever said that?

02:14

Absolutely.

02:15

But these are supposed to taste, I don't know,

02:17

but to potato chips.

02:18

But have you though?

02:19

Have I really?

02:20

Yeah, well I asked you.

02:21

Am I just tergiversating?

02:23

Right, exactly.

02:23

Tergiversating.

02:25

No one has said the word the same way twice.

02:28

I probably said rootin' tootin' before.

02:30

I'm a maniac.

02:32

Why does this exist?

02:34

And you like it, apparently, because it's here.

02:37

Okay, not everyone on this work team liked these.

02:40

But I really like them.

02:42

Why?

02:43

Cause they're weird and crazy and they really do

02:45

taste like what they say they're gonna taste like.

02:47

Well that's true but it doesn't need to exist and it's.

02:50

Well.

02:51

It's, I just don't like sweet chips.

02:54

Yeah.

02:56

Yeah.

02:56

I gotta say, I really didn't wanna like it.

02:59

Even as I started eating it, I was completely opposed to it.

03:03

I thought that it's, almost an offense to food.

03:09

You know what I'm saying?

03:10

Is there a but coming?

03:11

But I've eaten three now.

03:13

And now I've eaten four.

03:15

No.

03:15

No, you haven't.

03:16

Yes, you have.

03:17

I just kept eating them too.

03:18

Y'all are just rootin' and tootin'.

03:20

Which one of you is rootin' and which one

03:21

of you is tootin'?

03:22

No, we're rooty and tooty.

03:24

Rooty and tooty.

03:25

Who's fresh and who's fruity?

03:26

You could have been fresh and fruity if you wanted

03:28

to, but you're not invited to the party anymore.

03:29

I'm not fresh or fruity today.

03:31

I know.

03:33

But this needs to be a limited time thing, right?

03:35

I don't even like, you know like the Hawaiian

03:37

chips that are like, sweet?

03:39

I don't even like those, so I'm just kinda like,

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if you like a sweet chip, like, Gwynedd over here.

03:46

I don't think I normally would, but there's something

03:48

so compelling about this.

03:50

It actually makes it more dessert and less chip.

03:52

Like, the dessert is leading.

03:55

And the fact that it tastes so much like a pancake, too.

03:59

It's kinda, kinda wild.

04:00

I just feel like, this is, it's kinda fitting

04:02

for the, like, the downfall of our culture.

04:04

Oh my God.

04:06

You know what I'm saying?

04:06

It's like, this is what we're eating as, we just

04:09

run around on motorcycles with people on leashes.

04:12

Yep. This is our Mad Max.

04:14

You know what I'm saying?

04:14

It's just like, give me your fruity pancake.

04:17

So, so we are on.

04:19

This is currency in 30 years.

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And, there's people on leashes running at the

04:23

speed of a motorcycle?

04:25

Oh no, they're on a skateboard.

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Okay, good.

04:27

Being dragged behind the, the, and this is how

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you, this is what you feed to the people on your leashes,

04:34

That's five.

04:35

I know, I guess I'm a leash person then.

04:37

Minus a little bit that just fell out of the.

04:39

Oh, you want to be on the leash.

04:40

I mean, if I get to eat these all day, sure, why not?

04:42

I think in the apocalypse, you actually would

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prefer to be the person on the leash, honestly.

04:48

Because when the person whose leash you're on is

04:53

killed, you just end up on the next person's leash.

04:56

They don't kill you too.

04:57

Okay

04:57

They're like, oh, that guy's on the leash, well

04:59

he can be on my leash now.

05:00

What's the benefit of having a leash person

05:02

in the apocalypse?

05:03

They don't run away.

05:04

No, okay, so just companionship?

05:06

I mean, I don't know.

05:09

It depends on your particular, your needs.

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Your relational needs.

05:12

All right.

05:12

Oh my goodness.

05:13

So this is another wild one.

05:15

Have you freaking kidded me?

05:17

So, Hidden Valley is releasing seven new

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flavors of ranch dressing.

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Why?

05:24

I don't know.

05:25

Because they can.

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Garlic Ranch.

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Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch.

05:30

So, okay, so this is the Cheez-It Cheezy Ranch that

05:32

we're gonna try first.

05:33

And I want you to tell me what you think about it.

05:37

Well, that's it.

05:38

We knew that.

05:38

Okay.

05:39

I'm sorry.

05:40

I'm not gonna tell you what to do.

05:42

I mean, what?

05:44

If you said, I want you to taste it and don't

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tell me what to do.

05:47

Yeah, taste it and shut up.

05:48

You wouldn't think that cheese and ranch go together.

05:51

But, when we did that Mythical Muncher Dog.

05:56

At that Mythical Cookbook event, and Josh's idea was

05:59

to put ranch and cheese on a hot dog, and I thought

06:03

it would be more than I could take, but it wasn't.

06:05

I just did a lick daddy.

06:07

And this is in the same place.

06:09

This is like those two flavors meeting again in one sauce.

06:14

Can you tell that I love it?

06:17

I'd feed it to my leash person.

06:18

Okay.

06:18

Can you tell that it's Cheez-It cheese?

06:22

I would not say that it's, I would just say cheese.

06:25

I would say almost like nacho cheese, to be honest with you.

06:27

I think it just isn't cheesy enough, period.

06:31

But, I wanted, so this is another one of the ranch

06:34

dressings that Hidden Valley came out with that I think

06:36

is actually more exciting.

06:37

Okay, alright.

06:38

I don't hate it, but you're right.

06:40

I mean, if it was more cheesy, you might forget

06:42

that it was ranch.

06:44

I'm just gonna squirt it on the plate, okay?

06:47

Okay.

06:47

Is that good?

06:48

That was a little, that was a little tooty of you.

06:51

So, this is the garlic ranch.

06:53

Oh man, I got to.

06:54

I got too many fries.

06:55

I really flipped my lid for this stuff.

06:57

Oh, these fries are really sticky.

07:00

Whoa.

07:03

Whoa.

07:04

I have to drink, y'all.

07:05

Y'all, y'all go on without me.

07:07

All right.

07:07

Go on without me.

07:09

This is working.

07:11

That's really strong.

07:13

What is?

07:14

I, see, I think it tastes exactly like

07:16

the cup of like garlic.

07:18

Papa John's garlic butter.

07:19

Exactly.

07:20

And look, the pizza being dipped on it.

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Mixed with ranch.

07:23

It tastes exactly like that.

07:25

They nailed it.

07:25

Isn't that so good?

07:27

They nailed it.

07:27

It, I don't think there, I'm not, I'm only getting

07:30

Papa John's garlic.

07:31

I'm not getting butter.

07:32

I'm not getting ranch at all.

07:33

Ranch, really?

07:35

And I don't need it.

07:36

The creaminess of that sauce though.

07:38

Yeah.

07:39

There is a, like a creamy version.

07:41

This is dangerous, kids.

07:43

It's not that dangerous.

07:45

Well it's, I'm not saying it's flammable.

07:48

I'm saying it's, it's you might eat a lot.

07:50

Gluten free.

07:51

Yeah, it's gluten free, man.

07:53

It's, it's so much better than this one.

07:55

This one could have been something.

07:56

Yes, I agree.

07:58

Yep.

07:59

You're right.

07:59

That was my point.

08:00

It looks so great with your, your fit today.

08:02

Thank you.

08:03

This is moving to, I don't know if we're ranking these.

08:06

Are we ranking these?

08:07

Yeah, I thought you'd.

08:08

A little distance makes it, makes it work.

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But if you're, if I get right up on it.

08:13

We're not ranking them, we're just tasting them.

08:14

Okay.

08:15

No pressure, guys.

08:16

Hey, let's rank them.

08:17

Okay, then ranch is in first place.

08:18

Cause what, what else are we gonna do with them?

08:21

Can we rank them, Carney?

08:23

Okay.

08:25

Yay!

08:27

This is the.

08:27

This is last place.

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Okay.

08:30

Oh, you, no.

08:32

Rooty and Tooty love this.

08:34

Yeah, y'all did.

08:35

Tooty over here.

08:37

Oh, my goodness, y'all.

08:38

Is this a limited time for that garlic stuff?

08:41

No, I think that this, I think these are just out now.

08:43

I think.

08:45

But, I hope they keep that one because that's so good.

08:47

The only way you can get it right now is in

08:49

the pizza container.

08:50

So it's like.

08:51

Yeah.

08:53

It's the, I think you need it. I think you need it in your house.

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I think it's a must buy.

08:56

And then we have some new M&M's.

08:58

Is that fun?

08:59

I think it's fun.

09:01

What are they?

09:02

This is Easter Sundae.

09:04

It's a pun.

09:08

Oh, sundae with a A-E.

09:12

But, well, are they expired?

09:14

It's kind of late for that.

09:15

Oh, are they year round?

09:18

I think these will probably be out all

09:19

spring, like past Easter.

09:22

These stuff, I feel like these are on shelves

09:23

for a little while.

09:24

So, they've got like a, they've got layers.

09:29

White and dark chocolate.

09:33

They're big and kind of fat.

09:35

So, it's kind of like an ice cream flavor on the inside?

09:39

One of them kind of tastes like cake.

09:41

Okay.

09:43

I think it has a very prominent cherry flavor.

09:45

It doesn't even say that on that part.

09:47

On the front of the package, but then

09:48

it says it on the back.

09:49

And it tastes like a chocolate covered cherry to me, and

09:51

I think it's really good.

09:52

Yeah, and I'm a chocolate covered cherry person.

09:55

A lot of people don't know that about me.

09:56

Am I getting cherry from all of it, or just the red ones?

09:58

Some liquid would come out.

10:01

Did you have, did you have chocolate covered cherries?

10:04

Like, was that a gift at your home?

10:05

Like, my mom would, would, would give me,

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like that set of 12.

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And I would, every time, I would think to

10:13

myself, I'm really gonna cherish these this time.

10:17

Cherry-ish them.

10:18

I've got 12 of these, I'm gonna take 12 days, it's

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gonna be like my own little Hanukkah, I don't know

10:23

how many days there are in Hanukkah, and I'm not Jewish,

10:25

but I'm like, I'm really gonna take my time to get

10:29

through these, and then like seven minutes later I'll be

10:31

on the last one, eating it.

10:34

Hating myself.

10:35

I know, the kind that had like, it was like, ;ike

10:38

a gel inside kind of, and then like, those are so good.

10:42

And there's something so fake, there's something

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so fake about them, that's what I love, it's like, this

10:46

isn't even a real cherry.

10:47

Yeah.

10:48

I love it.

10:49

But those, yeah, those are like.

10:50

Rooty and Tooty

10:51

at it again over there.

10:53

I'm all for this.

10:56

I like it better than the Lay's.

10:57

Okay.

10:58

I'm willing to do that.

11:00

I really like them too.

11:01

White chocolate, dark chocolate.

11:03

What do we have here, Mrs.

11:06

Stuart?

11:06

Okay, so these are.

11:07

"Steward"?

11:08

No.

11:10

"Steward"?

11:10

No, it's just Stuart.

11:12

Right.

11:12

But it's got like two W's?

11:14

No.

11:16

It's got two Y's?

11:16

No.

11:17

Your first name has like a couple of Y's

11:18

in it, I believe.

11:19

Your first name has two N's and two D's

11:22

and two G's, right?

11:23

I think it's just consonants.

11:24

Yeah.

11:25

Like, did your parents know about vowels?

11:28

No.

11:29

Okay.

11:30

No.

11:31

So, the last name is just a straight up Stuart?

11:33

It's got two W's.

11:34

I know it does.

11:36

When I picture your last name, it has two W's

11:38

and two T's on the end.

11:39

What did your parents do for a?

11:42

What kind of cult were your parents in?

11:44

Oh, my God.

11:45

The vowel-less kind?

11:46

I don't know.

11:47

What do they do for a living?

11:50

How do they scratch it together?

11:52

They're retired.

11:53

I'm old, you know that.

11:54

But I mean, what, what, what, what, what, what,

11:57

what's, what's their line of work, where do they come

11:59

from, what's their lineage?

12:00

Okay, okay, they were, you know, blue

12:03

collar kind of people.

12:04

Okay, so, like circus, circus workers.

12:07

They were drug dealers.

12:11

Hey, Jay-Z was a drug dealer.

12:13

You're making it sound really shaky.

12:15

Whatever it was.

12:17

They were blue collar types.

12:18

Yeah, yeah, they were.

12:20

Yeah, independent contractors.

12:23

Okay.

12:24

All right.

12:24

I see.

12:25

This is, this is a little sus.

12:27

They help people swim with the fishes.

12:29

What are these?

12:30

So, these are Pop-Tarts Bites.

12:32

They're like Pop-Tarts, but they're bite sized.

12:34

But this is a flavor of, okay, so this is Frosted Cinnamon

12:37

Roll, and this used to be a flavor of Pop-Tart that