– Oh, my God, we figured it out.
– [Man] Oh.
– They're meant to be.
– [Man] We figured youout, Australian snacks.
(rock music) – On a level one to 10, I'd say I'm probably like an eight.
– Yeah, I was gonna say like a six, seven.
– I'm like a nine, maybe.
– Maybe I'm a nine, also.
– What, what's the question? – [Man In Hat] Think I know what this is.
– I thought it was Nutella,but now I know that– – This is Vegemite.
– I've never heard anyone speakpositively about this food.
– I can't.
– Oh my God, what is it?- [Man] I won't.
– There's a lot happening.
– Oh, wow.
– It's really salty, which I love.
– I imagine that eventuallyyou stop making this facial expression while eating it.
– [Red Haired Man] So, isthis for when you're sick? Or is this just like a normal candy.
– It's like a spa for your mouth.
– This is the best thingI've ever put in my mouth.
– What am I tasting? – This is relaxing.
– It's like a palette cleanser.
– This is not a stoner food– – Yeah.
– [Woman] for me.
– Tim Tams! These are all so great.
– A brand new culinary experience for me.
– Ah, so like they melt in your hand.
– Can I have another one? – Yeah, it's good.
– These are like the GirlScout cookies of Australia.
– I'm super into these.
Whatever hype that you have heard, I'm sure this is living up to that.
– It lives up to it.
– [Man In Hat] Cause- – I see myself sitting down and like, I'm gonna have one– – Yeah.
– [Man] And then– – [Woman] And then you have the whole box.
– Fucking monster.
– [Woman In Striped Shirt] Ooo, Cheezels.
– [Man In Pink Shirt] Cheezels? – Fingerlicious fun.
– [Man] Okay.
– I am pro-Cheezels.
– [Man] Okay, Cheezels.
– They're meant to go on your finger like that, look at that.
– Are they? – I think I'm in love with Cheezels.
– I'd move in with Cheezels.
– I can see myself takingCheezels home to meet my parents.
– This is a good stoner food.
– You know what I wanna say to Cheezels? – No.
Oh, my God!- [Man] I do.
– [Man] I do, Cheezels.
– All right, Milo, let's give it a try.
And, hopefully, we'll be running like this girl playing soccer.
– And, it's like Nesquik, kind of.
– Some people eat it dry.
– I feel like I'll forget how to swallow.
– We have this right here, so you forget.
– Doesn't taste as bad as it smells.
– Oh, that is nice.
– Yeah right.
I think it's tricking methat it's good for me.
– My kid would look at this and cry.
– Caramello Koala.
Koalas are a big deal, huh? They're vicious, I hear.
– Look at this guy.
– I'm sad that it's so cute, cause, like, there is a little bit of me that is not enjoying bitingthe heads off of things.
– This is an Easter candy.
– It's like a Hersey's chocolate bar.
The caramel from like Twix.
– These are really sweet.
– 10 out of 10 wouldmunch on Koalas again.
– [Man In Glasses] Twisties,that's a cute name.
– All this shit tastes way more natural than the food that we eat,though, I will say that.
– Yeah, absolutely.
– I mean, they're really good, but.
– Like a Bugle if anybody's ever had– – Ooo, it does taste like a Bugle.
– I see myself eating these,like, in my parents' basement.
– I get you, Twisties,I'm on board with Twisties.
– Australians can't get stoned? – It's illegal? You guys are a country thatstarted from criminals.
– I liked, probably 75%, 65% of them.
– I think this is great stoner food – Tim Tams! (laughing) Boing.
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