Have you ever been lying in bed wondering to yourself if there is somebody out there just crazy enough to consume something disgusting for the entertainment of others? Of course you haven’t! Because if you had that would definitely be strange. There is one man, however, who does just that.
Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back: Dinosaurs? I really really really wish. No, it’s Jayme Kilsby! The fourth episode of Bad Taste is here for your viewing pleasure. Watch as Kilsby grates years off of his life like it’s cheese as he chows down on Jurassic Park : The Lost World egg candy from 1997. Ninety Ninety god damn seven. I was only six years old when this candy first came out and now I’m much older. There’s the story you didn’t ask for.
Jayme Kilsby is at it again! I say that he’s “at it again” but what I really mean to say is that he’s “putting one foot in the grave by eating moldy, 22 year old candy.” That’s right, folks. Episode 2 of Bad Taste is here and I can already tell you that you’re not ready.
Jayme Kilsby is the host of a brand new web series called ‘Bad Taste’ from DAPS.TV where he eats old, esoteric candy so you don’t have to. In this very casual episode we discussed his love of nostalgia, embracing the sadness of professional wrestling, go through a few ridiculous VHS tapes he owns, and we cap it all off with Jayme eating 30 year old gum. Strap in for this one, folks.
It’s not the best mix-job in the world, but layering the smooth sounds of Fred Durst over the happy-pop of girl power is sure to make any 90s kid feel the happies.
I didn’t know who Charli XCX until just now, but with her super-emotive rendition of Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way” certainly has my attention.
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