Lets Try with omega- Scottish and American stuff

Thanks to Sandy I have a few more days with Omega. We did a lets try…



  1. Wait wait wait – The mighty Hagan does not like peanut butter? HAGANISM IS A LIE! BURN DOWN HAGANISTAN! DOWN WITH THE… Oh, wait, peanut butter M&M’s are fine, I guess that makes it okay.

    I can’t help but notice that Omega can eat and drink without removing any maskery. That’s either magic or… Oh my god, did you crush the blacks? You ARE racist!

    But seriously, the various reactions in this one were really entertaining, and the banter between you two is doubly so (and heartwarming to see). And I hope you don’t mind me saying so, but for some reason, you, Hagan, look particularly good in this last batch of ‘let’s try’ videos.

  2. Dammit, now I’m craving tablet. But I’m still too happy that Omega can pronounce Edinburgh correctly! And I’m wanting to know what brand that tablet was. The best stuff I can find commercially available is the home-made stuff from Choco-Latte on Nicholson Street. I think a molar just dissolved thinking about it though.

    American Smarties and Necco Wafers seem to basically be like Fizzers and Love Hearts respectively, but not as good. Black Jacks are aniseed, not liquorice, and mixing sloe gin with pineapple juice tastes like Fruit Salad sweets.

    But yeah, you pair have such awesome chemistry together.

  3. “And a Ph of 8.” “Oooh!” LOL

  4. Ok, as a Canadian, I have to explain the confusion. SMARTIES are a candy quite similar to a regular M&Ms, except with better, less waxy chocolate. What you were calling Smarties are really called “Rockets”.

    Furthermore, you were wrong about their best use. Their BEST use is to crush them into a powder and convince the stupidest kid in class to snort them like cocaine (every November, there would be cries of pain and bloody noses…) OR to put them in an empty prescription bottle and begin munching them in class. (Another black mark on my school record…)

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