If you watch one Duke Nukem review, it should probably be the Zero Punctuation review
So you may have noticed that Duke Nukem Forever hasn’t gotten very favorable reviews other than “Well thank god that’s done with”, but if you’re going to watch one Duke Nukem Forever review, it should be this one.
Cranberryzero Tries Some Vomit-Flavored Jellybeans, Vomitlarity Almost Ensues
So a while back, a friend sent Delsyd a box of Jelly Belly Bean Boozled jelly beans with the instructions that I was to eat them on video. And yes, I wore a chicken hat while doing so. And yes, I’m wearing the same shirt as in the video where I ate the super sour lemon candies. And yes this video was made just for the purpose of someone else seeing my reaction to eating jelly beans that tasted like puke and rotten eggs, so it’s not really well done, but I thought I’d share anyway.
The box of jellybeans was a variety of flavors, where the nasty flavors look exactly the same as the good flavors, so part of the fun is that you never know what you’re going to get. The nasty flavors are skunk spray, moldy cheese, rotten egg, toothpaste, pencil shavings, pepper, boogers and baby wipes. Delsyd is the one laughing uncontrollably in the background, and he was hoping that I would vomit, and I almost did. Almost.
Cranberryzero Tries The Sourest Candy Ever Created
So Delsyd got a bag of this Japanese lemon candy called Super Lemon and decided to get a video of me trying one, so here it is. Now, I love love love sour candy— I could eat Sour Patch Kids and sour gummy worms all day, so I figured this wouldn’t be that big of a deal.
But Super Lemon goes waaay off the scale of normal, natural sour. This candy contains some sort of Japanese witchcraft that takes the sourness of a raw lemon and ups it by about a hundred. Fortunately, it only lasts for about 10 seconds or so before it becomes sweet.