Guess The REAL Gross Food (GAME) | 2 FOODS AND A LIE

100 thoughts on “Guess The REAL Gross Food (GAME) | 2 FOODS AND A LIE

  1. Who else likes this video before it even started? Lol. That's how big of a mythical beast I am 😉 love you guys!

  2. I just thought of the most italian think after the brooklyn Pizza was discussed. I shall make this grand pizza and It will be amazing.

  3. I wish I had locate the “Yamzοkο Weebly” (Google it) years ago. For 15 days of using the programs, I get rid of TWELVE lbs There is still need of work outs even just a couple of times a week as well as the foods to consume must be best. The result shown to me is impressive. Undoubtedly, this is strongly suggested and I also do hope this would deliver the results to you too because it did to me. .

  4. As a non-american, I had never heard "Cloche" pronounced "klowsh" and I literally had to pause the video to Google and see if they were just making it up.

  5. Can you please please please do a video of properly prepared, what some would consider, grotesque foods, as in, not just boiled, and have Rhett and Link try them without them knowing what it is. Let’s see if they genuinely like it.

  6. I’m from Sweden and we don’t put cheese in our coffee, for real. It’s origin is actually Finland which makes it more realistic given how disgusting it is…

  7. Rhett and Link had the cheese coffee on LTAT not too long ago… I find it hard to believe that no one remembers that. Especially since they all liked it..

  8. The ones from Japan should give it away, because its Japan they make alot of wierd dishes over there and most are actually pretty good that I've actually tried

  9. Hey guys, this thing called "kaffeost" is not from Sweden. It's called "Leipäjuusto" and is actually from Finland originally, some people do eat it in Sweden but it's not common at all.

    I'm from Sweden, trust me.

  10. We dont put cheese in coffee! Maybe 1 weird person in the northern Sweden. Im Swedish and I was sure that was the fake one.

  11. The last one was an obvious lie. It wouldn't be called a Sushi if it was ENTIRELY of Fish eyeballs.
    This is really fun game, please make 500 more episodes of it.

  12. Maybe someone has already commented this, but anyway, the "Swedish" coffee cheese thing is actually a sami tradition (native people in Sweden, Norway, Finland and a few in Russia). So if you see any confused Swedes in the comment section it's because not every Swede has heard about it, especially if they're from the south

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