Big Thank you to Alan and Nicky for sending today’s huge snacks and treat from South Africa! We, of course Justin too, enjoyed all of them!

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  1. Thank you guys for being respectful โค๏ธโค๏ธI met many Japanese last year in my class..you guys are well very mannered!

    I mean the Americans reviews are just ๐Ÿคฎ.. They act like they are the only country with great treats and basically the best at everything… No you're not!! Give every country a shot.

  2. Loved this!! It makes me so happy. These are all snacks I enjoy as well. Very sad since some of these are being discontinued soon. Glad you got to try it before that happened!

  3. When I was about 6 in South Africa, I ate a pack of liquorice allsorts. That night I was so sick. To this day, (now 40), I can't stand the smell of liquorice, aniseed or sambuca ๐Ÿ˜‚
    Also, my brothers tricked me. Ran me to shops. Got home. Asked for water. They gave me spirit vinegar. Told me to stick my tongue on freezer shelf to cool it down. Yeah. Basically hot ice. Mum got home, gave me a pack of ghost pops, one bit and I hit the roof ๐Ÿ˜‚

  4. When SA kids were in school and it was lunch they usually traded their food for a piece of the fruit leather. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‚ Like if you did the same!!!!

  5. Love your comments on the South African snacks. I love everything you tried here. Just a tip. It is not Barone but pronounced Bar One (1) line in the number. Please try some kudu or ostrich biltong too

  6. The worst part is how much people overseas (fellow South Africans) charge us for these foods. They rip us off here in Canada. Paying almost 5 x as much here as you would pay in SA. Imagine paying 90$ for a KG of boerewors. Yeah, thatโ€™s what the โ€œSafari Meat Shopโ€ charges here. They take advantage of our cravings lol.

  7. This video made me so happy! The people that chose those snacks knew they were representing us, great choices ๐Ÿ˜€
    Their descriptions of the food were pretty good too