Have you ever wondered what the rest of the world thinks of typical American foods? Can you imagine what your reaction would be if you’d never ever tasted Froot Loops or Twizzlers before?

Watch Irish people volunteer to taste a few American snacks such as Twinkies, Kool-Aid, Tootsie Rolls, Jolly Ranchers and more. Here’s a preview of the reactions:

Twinkies: “It smells like gone off cake!”

Twinkies: “Does it feel real?” “Nooo.”

Kool-Aid: “It smells …. very pungent.”

“I don’t think anything that blue could be nutritious.”

Watching Irish People Taste American Snacks Will Make You Seriously Reconsider Eating Them
Froot Loops: “I don’t think anything that blue could be nutritious.”

Twizzlers: “Sugar, corn starch… oh all the same things that were in the froot loops.”

Watching Irish People Taste American Snacks Will Make You Seriously Reconsider Eating Them
Tootsie Rolls: “It looks like poo.” “Yeah.” “It looks like poo!”

Jolly Ranchers: “My one tastes like a doctors office.”

And the list goes on…

Remember, you’re conditioned to enjoy and desire these things. People who’ve not eaten them consider them pretty vile, it seems.

What would happen if the tables were turned, and Americans tried some of Ireland’s most popular snacks: Tayto Smoky Bacon Flavour Crisps, Bolands Jam Mallows, Cadbury Turkish Delight Bar, Blood Sausage, and more.

Just watch what happens when Americans try typical Irish fare …