The Kings' Dessert

or how to create 16.000 honey strings in two minutes.
- Namdaemun Market, Seoul, Korea

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+52 1. Nifen commented 8 years ago

Wow. i was more impressed with his England, German, and Maths than what he just did with it all :)
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+57 2. BigHead commented 8 years ago

#1 Of course he is good at math, he is asian. :D
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+71 3. Trooper commented 8 years ago

Hey, always funny to see most people in other countries speak many languages while in the USA most people only speak one language...
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+38 4. YetiGrowl commented 8 years ago

"ohh wooooooooow"
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+23 5. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

I want one of those honey brick before he makes it "noodles"...i bet its a really genuine will chew it for days =)

(And will like it after hitting the bong...i bet i would O:) )
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+20 6. huldu commented 8 years ago

If you people only knew how *hard* it is to actually make those things... you'd be surprised. That was clearly a very good professional.
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+22 7. Rigel commented 8 years ago

i tried doing this and i can't get past 32, you people have no idea how amazing this guy is, it should be in the awesome category
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+10 8. YetiGrowl commented 8 years ago

#5 i'll like anything after hitting the bong ;)
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+6 9. Rigel commented 8 years ago

5000 won is about 4.9 dollars. I think its totally worth it dont you?
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+46 10. gazisere commented 8 years ago

this guy is classic, talk about customer service skills, i'd buy anything from him with that attitude.
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+8 11. cored commented 8 years ago

its very similiar technic for making noodles ...mmm noodles
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+8 12. Excellence (admin) commented 8 years ago

loollin loollin loollin loooollliiinnn :D
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+3 13. Gorf commented 8 years ago

0:14 - Jesus face in sugar !!! Quick - call the newspapers
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+10 14. dragonon commented 8 years ago

" Nurse: what did you eat before stomach pain started?
Me: Some 16000 strains of noodles... "

Nurse: what!!!!
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+10 15. JohnMichael commented 8 years ago

16384 strings in <2min.. Damn.. I bet he even thinks in binary.. :D
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+7 16. Userbeans commented 8 years ago

They are called "Dragon Whiskers" in China .. actually very tasty!! :P
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+5 17. TarasFromLviv commented 8 years ago

He could run his own children show :P
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+2 18. dredawg commented 8 years ago

#4 in about 5-10 minutes it would be thawed out and making one hell of a mess.
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+2 19. Diana86 commented 8 years ago

i want one! >:)
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+14 20. Thanny commented 8 years ago

#3 It's not our fault. Almost all of us take foreign language classes in high school (also, Ich kann ein bisschen Deutsch), but there's no pressure in society to master anything but English. There's Spanish to the south (and a lot more Americans who live near the border speak it), but nothing but English elsewhere on the continent. Most of our entertainment imports are either from the UK, or English-language remakes. The occasional non-English movie that gains popularity gets by fine with subtitles.

It certainly doesn't help that someone competent in English is never more than a stone's throw away whenever one travels.

The simple fact is, most people who speak more than one language speak their native language and English, which is the de facto international language (and the official language of science). The Korean and German men weren't conversing in German or Korean, after all. The only language they shared a fluency in was English. So it's rather unfair to say that native English speakers only know one language, when there's no other language one has an incentive to learn, outside of some specific circumstance.

People in the UK aren't any better, despite being in proximity to a host of other languages, because they already know the one language they can expect to be understood almost anywhere.
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+3 21. Hallsavenger commented 8 years ago

some1 has to tell this guy hes on the interwebs :D
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+4 22. Lynk commented 8 years ago

"Ouw mai gaaad" LOL awesome. this guy kicks ass!
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+3 23. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#3 When you speak the dominate language why bother with the rest unless needed for your job? The US is not divided like Canada with two main languages.
#20 explained it very good.
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+2 24. Betspanker commented 8 years ago

Not only do i want that honey stuff.
I want him.
Bring him to me.
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0 25. imagic commented 7 years ago

#23 actually the most spoken language in the world is chinese, not english. besides that,,people like you make the rest of the world think all americans are brainless and lazy