VIRAL: ‘Wait, what?’ – American kids try Filipino food
MANILA, Philippines – "Wait, what? Pig’s blood?"
Filipino food once again takes the spotlight on American media, this time with kids trying out some of our local favorites like dinuguan, balut, and taho.
WatchCut, home to the famous ‘100 Years of Beauty’ videos, published the video as part of their ‘American Kids Try’ series on Tuesday, December 6. It quickly went viral, getting more than 86,000 shares on Facebook as of this writing.
The video features American kids, some of them of Filipino heritage, trying out some Filipino cuisine for the first time. The kids showed diverse, amusing reactions to each dish.
"Blood can’t be solid, it’s liquid. Sorry, I don’t believe you," said one of the kids after learning that the dinuguan he just tried is made of pig’s blood.
"It reminds me of something my mom usually likes," said one of the kids whose mom is a Filipina.
Watch the video above and tell us your what you think in the comments! – Rappler.com
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