This video is bound to make your day — if the fact that it's Saturday wasn't quite enough.
There are many ways to teach children about the many beautiful cultures out there by dragging them around a museum or teach them a language — but nothing leaves more of an impression than exposing their palates to the diverse tastes of the world.
Inspired by a New York Times article which features images of kids and their breakfasts from all over the world, the video production company Cut has created a new segment which features American children actually testing out traditional breakfasts from different countries. Their reactions are priceless.
Trying the breakfast from Vietnam, one kid says, "Am I really eating an old egg?"
And when another child takes his first sip of Brazilian coffee, an off-camera voice asks him, "What's it taste like?" to which he responds, "Cow poop."
Check out the video below, and have yourself a much-deserved, end-of-the-week chuckle: