Alex And Liam Do Walmart

Submitted by: senren55 6 years ago in Funny

Two Brits go to Walmart--here"s what they found. America"s crazy... if you"re from England.
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Female 1
Oh My God. The guy is being sarcastic about his money. Liam is Scottish and Alex is from southern england. Yeah we have cosco and asda but they don`t have shiz like that. They are Doctor Horrible goggles. And it looks like a gun.
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Female 143
I love how everyone`s so offended by this video ^^ Those blokes a flipping ADORABLE!
Annnnd no, here in Europe every store is NOT specific to what you`re shopping for, our stores just aren`t as massive as yours.
Hey tell me this, how much time do people usually spend in a Walmart? I reckon it would take me days to find what I`m looking for in there.
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Male 371
are those goggles for when he drives his car? Like a Brit!
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Male 512
[email protected]$#ing HOBBITS, GO BACK TO NARNIA!!
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Male 676
And, just like the lube thing, noone over here smokes a fag. Well, actually I guess some do.
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Male 676
Is every store in Europe specific only to what you`re shopping for? Well, over here wearing Final Fantasy shades at night, is a little weird.
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Male 1,744
@all the euro`s asking "tea in that jug!?"

what`s the big deal? it`s just a container w/ a shape you associate w/ something else, why`s that such a big deal?
*thinks about Canadians and "bags of milk"*
HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAA
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Male 741
The prime reason for the existence of Wal-mart is to make you feel better about yourself when you`re depressed. One look at the poor wretched souls shopping there and I instantly feel like one of the prettiest people in the world!
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Male 239
I saw a pneumatic drill in my local Aldi once, here in England
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Male 230
Rifles ? Those were BB guns.
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Female 49
Jesus, its like a universe in a shop. I think Terrence Malick could have shot The Tree of Life there. Hilariousness... Irish btw
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Female 120
I`m from Texas, born and bred, apart from the 3 years I spent in NYC and the 3 months I spent in France. I can tell you the reason stores other than walmart exist, is for people like me who cringe at the idea of a supermarket the size of a stadium, filled with a massive amount of (usually sketchy) people at any given moment. I`ll go to 3 different stores to avoid walmart. In my area they have WalMart grocery stores which are specifically for groceries that I`ll visit more often than the big walmarts. I hate walmart with a passion.
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Male 5
one thing Walmart is missing, a face punching machine, I`d like to see those two have a go on that
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Female 108
Have you Europeans ever seen People of Walmart??

No, you really *don`t* want to go. Trust me. Most non-trashy Americans avoid Wally-world like the plague.
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Male 14,331
@Steelgrid

It varies state by state according to the laws this being in Cali there`s a strong possiblity it dosen`t carry firearms.
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Male 2,121
Lol, Walmart is crazy. Makes me want to go to America.
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Male 5
@Nile 12 "I take it you`ve never been to tescos"

actually I have been to Tesco, as I would imagine have the majority of the british population.

I usually manage to make it round the shop without being stunned by the diverse range of stock or pointing out totally humorless items ("oh look! some ear plugs, lol!")

Although i must admit sometimes I look at a box of chicken wings and a pizza box and I think "if this was in the same box I don`t think I could control myself...."

dont get me started on buzz lightyear operation, like why does that even exist? ..genius
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Female 10
I wanna go to Walmart! It looks so funny! (I`m British, by the way)
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Male 2,700
"@godthaab
They don`t sell guns at all WalMarts, they cut down on that a few years ago."

My ass dude....

Wal-mart sells guns, rifles to be exact. No Waiting list, very little security clearance, and the guns are very much in view. I for one am not a big fan of how easy it would actually be to steal a gun, steal some ammo, and shoot your way out. It is all kept behind protective, yet still breakable glass, and all within 10 feet of each other.
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Male 14,331
We also put oil in jugs like that...
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Male 157
@dikybird "I take it these two have never been to Tesco or Makro"

I take it you`ve never been to tescos
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Male 14,331
[quote]It`s funny they didn`t say anything about the guns![/quote]
That`s because they`re not actual guns they`re pellet guns I know it`s hard for Europeans to grasp because "GUNZ IS BAD!!". Yes belive it or not stores lock guns up so people don`t try to walk away with them.
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Male 1,249
LOL you people are thick - He called it the Sunshine State TO BE FUNNY. HELLOOOOOO
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Male 297
Everyone knows WAL-MART is crap! That`s the reason I avoid it like the redneck-ridden, pointless plague that it is.
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Female 1,682
...I actually dislike Walmart |:
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Male 5
I take it these two have never been to Tesco or Makro

The "hilarious" observations could continue in their own country

I`m still uncontrollably laughing about buzzlightyear operation, I mean why does that even exist? right?.....
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Male 383
@Bolle: I disagree, sunday roast, high tea, scones, proper bangers and mash,cornish pasty, shepherd`s pie, cottage pie, steak & kidney pie,cheddar cheese, custard, trifle, spotted dick and much much more....English (and also British) food is gorgeous! I find most ideas and stereotypes about the British/English cuisine are entirely outdated.
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Female 110
I`ve found that you can find out most about a nation by visiting their supermarkets. Supermarkets in China are awesome!
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Male 4,290
[quote]there food is fare from haut cuisine in europe [/quote]
Think for a second about which language the phrase "haute cuisine" comes from.
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Male 1,557
@bolle54 Until you`ve actually BEEN to `Europe` and tried cuisine from each country, don`t run your mouth about old American stereotypes about British food being terrible.
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Female 4,423
our walmart is the warehouse.
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Male 352
I went to a Walmart in Arizona. Never have I been to a shop where you can hire mobility scooters to cruise the shop.
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Male 4,902
@godthaab
They don`t sell guns at all WalMarts, they cut down on that a few years ago.
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Female 673
Wow, I didn`t even know about some of these products and I`m an American. A lot of these things haven`t come out in Alaska yet. o.O
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Male 71
but the uk and food o jeez there food is fare from haut cuisine in europe
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Male 1,557
@JoexBro Yes, we have iced tea in the UK too, lol.
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Male 139
@veggies
the boneless wyngz(not real wing meat :)) pizza looked like a supreme, so you get some peppers and onion on that bad boy.

also find ham and cheese loafs gross as all hell. not a big ham guy any way, but if you just randomly inject cheese into meat, i am out. had a friend who would always buy hot dogs with cheese in them. drating would ruin my the bbq.

o`well, no meat after Thursday.
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Female 17
NERIMON and MICHAELARANDA are the Shiz
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Male 1,674
i thought those two were pretty obnoxious. There were so many better thing they could have found to mock walmart (specifically the customers).

On a side note, I just came back from Walmart. It was around 10:45 PM and I realized I needed some Sand Paper, Wood Filler and Polyurethane. I honestly don`t know how I feel about being able to get such things this late at night.
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Male 557
@ paddy215, that is tea of the Arizona Iced Tea Brewing Company (actually located in NY) If you Brits arent sure what iced tea is, its basically good tasting tea that is typically served cold. So they do the "brewing" for you. And yes they do look similiar to engine oil containers they are clearly not.
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Female 4
I have to say, that pizza with cookies thing??? WTF...
I mean bread sticks? Ok. Salad? Even better. BUT COOKIES?! Eat a god damn vegetable America!
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Male 802
They don`t have self check blood pressure machines in the UK?

I really wanted to enjoy this but I kept seeing that guy wearing those stupid goggles and imagining them speeding off in some Mad Max style hot rod made of things you could get at WalMart.
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Male 599
See who said entertaining in America could be so costly. They should go when the wildlife at Walmart is at it`s peak.
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Male 220
It`s funny they didn`t say anything about the guns!
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Female 188
Ahahaha I love these two.
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Male 702
1:40 ---> LOL!!!!
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Male 1,678
Was kind of funny, more because of how easily amused they were at things that are run of the mill even in their own country than the actual shop. Still, wtf was up with that tea?
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Male 1,081
I know I`m the fifth one but,

Bullpoo, Florida is the Sunshine State.
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Male 511
I love Alex Day
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Male 3,477
I wish that they ran into Larry The Cable Guy.
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Female 4,447
Whatever, their childish delight was amusing.
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Male 7,830
im from the US and I do the same thing when i go to walmart.
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Female 73
I hardly think that Brits are in any position to criticize anyone else`s food.
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Female 113
@Machida yeah we have Asda in the UK but I have never ever seen products there or anywhere else that they showed. Mmm cheese and ham.
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Female 92
Asda us SOOOO not the same (I`m an ex-Canadian who`s grown up in England)
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Female 11
People keep having a go at them for the `too rich` comment and basically acting like idiots, but that`s just Alex`s sense of humour. I realise you wouldn`t get this if you hadn`t watched the rest of his videos, but once you grasp that he`s a really funny guy.
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Male 144
lol ham and cheese loaf xD
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Male 2,199
dude... those brits aren`t really analyzing any more then normal people already do about walmart... we get it... its trashy, we don`t need people from other countries to tell us so...
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Male 297
Apparently, Alex and Liam are the British equivalent of Rednecks, in America.
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Male 24
Yeah these guys are idiots. We have Wal-mart in the UK, it`s called Asda.
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Female 67
@Kinkyafr0 I think you`ll find you`re the idiot. Buiadh criticised myself and so technically agreed with you that I wad an idiot yet you tarred both of us with the same brush so it is you who is the fool. Oh and @Buiadh there is an equal amount of narrowmindedness in the whole damn video.
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Female 61
This is pretty much how I felt about Walmart when I first moved from the UK to the US. I was surprised when I saw the Arizona Tea, aka cold sugary water :)
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Male 1,586
@sethdog it really isn`t that great. I worked there while in college and it was the worst time of my life. I hate walmart it is a soulless company. Oh and lube means the same thing here as the UK but it has a double meaning here.
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Male 1,557
Where on Earth are they from in the UK?! Some of the things they said were funny yeah, but if you go into most Tesco or ASDA (UK Walmart) stores in the UK and they have a Pharmacy and optician and do furniture, and are often 24 hour etc.
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Male 868
They don`t like ham and cheese but love spotted dick...
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Male 583
Buiadh and medea B are both idiots, plus hehe stupid americans
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Male 768
I want to go to a Walmart!!! These dudes were funny!
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Male 25,416
Somepeople get amused so easily
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Male 26
Well as ASDA is owned by walmart I would expect that
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Male 405
Any place can be made better by putting a Wal-Mart next to them.
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Male 411
:l
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Male 2,841
lol @ the butthurt patriots.
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Male 12,365
That was pretty funny, although it`s not *that* different to the bigger supermarkets here. There`s a Tesco near me that`s big enough to need a map, with cafes, a pharmacy, an opticians, etc, etc.

What`s with the tea in a jerrycan? Is it premade tea to be drunk cold? Also, I`ve never seen petrol sold in containers like that over here. Engine oil, yes. Petrol, no.
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Male 6,737
@Medea B,

Your uneducated narrow mindedness amuses me.

@video

ASDA is pretty much the same as that store.
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Male 3,147
Yup, good to see some of our ambassadors have been chosen for their twattishness again.

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Male 383
@Medea: I reckon they were being sarcastic...
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Male 33
Walmart can be a scary experience at first, but these guys are twats
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Male 1,093
pretty empty for a walmart
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Female 67
Just realised he`s a Scot and he dares criticise the food in the US. Scotland, heart attack nation full of ignorant arrogant losers. Its not Scotland its North England!!!! Yay Wooooooo! Damn Jocks
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Male 1,237
"Now I don`t like Wal-Mart either but UK please contribute something besides fish n chips and Harry Potter"

And why don`t you stop being a conceited and ignorant troll :)
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Female 67
Feel the need to comment again. Those two are the most condescending arrogant unfunny brits I`ve ever had the displeasure to watch. Too rich? Please.....I`m suprised you got through WalMarts doors with your head being so big. Can`t wait until you come back to UK where you go back to being even less than nothing on a small island. (PS I`m British and right now I just wanna smack those two in the face)
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Female 67
On the plus side there are two fewer tossers in the UK now.


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Female 2,674
That was cute. Remember when Natalie Portman had a baby in Walmart?? Good sh*t.
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Female 8,051
I went to a costco- and I have to say there is very little edible food in there!
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Male 1,237
"Now I don`t like Wal-Mart either but UK please contribute something besides fish n chips and Harry Potter"

And why don`t you stop being a conceited and ignorant troll :)
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Male 3
Ummm, the "sunshine state" is Florida. California is the "golden state". Get it right wanka.
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Female 83
California is the "Golden State", you silly Brit. And where the heck did you find a shirt that resembles the pattern of a composition notebook? Other than that, I can get on board with pretty much everything else that was said. Ham and Cheese loaf? Vomit.
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Male 1,237
haha great
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Male 1,744
sunshine state is actually florida, just fyi to any Euro`s that were curious, don`t wanna spread inaccuracies.

Brit - "Why do you keep your tea in petrol containers?"
Amer - "You keep your gas/petrol in tea containers?"
Loved that; you Brits are just as weird to us as we are to you.
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Female 4,039
"There should be a Wal-Mart in every town" - "That`s what they want."

LOL - I loved this - and he got his eye patch!
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Male 4,290
[quote]Liam had a weird half-Scottish half-American accent thing going on...[/quote]
Nah, he`s just from Edinburgh. The accent over there sounds like that.
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Male 144
lol ham and cheese loaf xD
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Male 1,929
AH! By the way, Walmart own ASDA, which is one of our big-four supermarkets. As soon as they took over, all the shelves (yes the actual shelves) got made thinner and plainer and the stuff got a lot more crammed into the shelves. Stack it high, sell it cheap!
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Female 169
the medical eyepatches are really superior to costume ones. cost less too.
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Male 4,290
[quote]So there`s no Wal Marts in the UK?[/quote]

Nope, but Asda is owned by Walmart. They stayed with the Asda branding though, and it`s not quite as one-stop-shop as this video. Supermarkets like Asda are mainly for food over here.
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Male 1,929
Liam had a weird half-Scottish half-American accent thing going on...
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Female 1,589
So there`s no Wal Marts in the UK? I thought they were like McDonalds. EVERYWHERE.
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Male 4,290
I think you`ll find that, with that accent, Liam is a fellow Scot, not from England.
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Male 39,908

That is exactly how my british relative all behave when the come to visit. WalMart is always at the top of their sites-to-see list and they are always amazed.

That at 7-11 for "creamy coffees". The can`t believe you get those creamers FREE with your coffee.
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Male 670
senren55, dude you`re pulling straight off reddit. All your posts from today are on there. what are we reddit junior? Stop mirroring other sites.
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Male 1,249
"Nobody can say Walmart doesn`t rule."

Oh yay, I get to be first! So many issues with walmart. Basically they go into a small town, setup a huge warehouse, employ half of the people who live in the town, then they since they are the only buyer for said warehouse they tell them to make the product for below cost. If they cant keep up with the price walmart wants then they just go to china. So in the end the whole town is now out of a job. So if you are patriotic at all dont go to walmart (funny how the ones who think they are the most patriotic go there the most eh?).
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Male 14,331
You are wearing goggles you are a tool. Anything said from you will now no longer be taken into any consideration.
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Female 843
Aw, I just want to hug them. I don`t know why.
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Male 4,867
oh america, y u so silly
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Male 670
I like them
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Male 390
Seems like a promo video for Wal-Mart.
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Male 1,471
Nonono, America is crazy... period...
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Male 165
Why is that tool wearing goggles.

Now I don`t like Wal-Mart either but UK please contribute something besides fish n chips and Harry Potter.
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Female 167
I guess if you`re easily amused.
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Male 10,338
Nobody can say Walmart doesn`t rule. You can get everything you need, AND laugh at weird people!
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Male 118
Two cultures so similar, yet very very different. lol @ "tea containers"
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Male 103
Wait, did he just call California the "Sunshine State"?
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Male 1,122
You put your gas in tea bottles?

NO! You put your .... oh forget it.
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Male 383
That was actually really interesting, I`d heard walmart was different, but that`s fantastic, you really could live there.
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Male 12,138
Dude, Florida`s the "Sunshine State".
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Male 46
Link: Alex And Liam Do Walmart [Rate Link] - Two Brits go to Walmart--here`s what they found. America`s crazy... if you`re from England.
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