Summary of Christmas Horror Stories | Trash Taste #29

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This YouTube video features a debate between food enthusiasts about which type of bacon is the best. The British bacon is compared to the American bacon, which is said to be more fatty and taste better. The commentator also complains about the price of bacon.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video is a story of a father who is trying to tell his son that Santa is lactose intolerant. The son is upset that Santa won't be able to bring him a Christmas present because he ate all the cookies and milk. The father explains that Christmas is not really about getting presents, it's about eating all the leftover food. He then gives a gift to his son, who was also left at home, of some anime CDs.
  • 00:05:00 In this YouTube video, various horror stories are recounted, including one of a person who experienced stomach pain the next day after eating at a restaurant that advertises garlic bread as "Oil-Soaked." Other examples include white Castle burgers being "just two soggy buns and like the thinnest patty in existence," and Indian food being "like bread and meat."
  • 00:10:00 The video introduces the "heart attack grill," a restaurant where customers can order large meals free of charge if they are overweight. One of the restaurant's main attractions is the "quadruple bypass burger," a large burger containing four types of meat. The video shows a man eating the burger in just five minutes, and commenting on its taste and texture. The food appears to be disgusting and unhealthy, and the video ends with the man warning other viewers about the dangers of eating at the heart attack grill.
  • 00:15:00 The author discusses the unfairness of American food portions compared to Japanese food portions. He tells a story of going to Walmart and finding that the healthy food section was difficult to find. He then goes on to talk about the difference between American and Japanese cheese, and how even tap water can be distinguished from each other. He concludes by saying that people who are like this are never friends of his.
  • 00:20:00 The author of the video discusses how people in different parts of the world drink water, with tap water being preferable in the UK. He talks about how he doesn't like tap water and prefers bottled water, which is more affordable in Australia. He discusses how he has seen a japanese YouTuber do the same thing. He also discusses how people in Australia often drink from water fountains due to the country's lack of tap water.
  • 00:25:00 The video's narrator discusses some of his personal preferences for food during Christmas, specifically mentioning that American bacon is the best bacon. He also argues that turkey is overrated and that bacon is not that great.
  • 00:30:00 This YouTube video is a debate between food enthusiasts about which bacon type is the best. The British bacon is compared to the American bacon, which is said to be more fatty and taste better. The commentator also complains about the price of bacon.
  • 00:35:00 Connor argues that beef is better than pork, bacon is the best part of pork, and eggnog tastes better with a solid ingredient to help it taste like custard. His family's traditional Christmas meal is not as enjoyable to him as it used to be because his parents' gravy has become too jelly-like. His aunt makes a great eggnog for him and his friend, which has a fireball added for extra excitement. America does not have an advent calendar, but Connor has heard that they do in some parts of the country.
  • 00:40:00 In this YouTube video, several horror stories are told about Christmas presents. One person recalls the best present they ever got, while another recalls the worst. All of the stories involve chocolate, and each person has a different opinion on how it tastes. Finally, the author reveals that they prefer the hollow chocolate Easter eggs.
  • 00:45:00 In this Christmas horror story, a young boy recalls the best Christmas present he ever got - a game console. However, when he cannot play it because his parents forgot to buy him a German block, he remembers how his dad helped him get it to work. The second best Christmas present was when his brother built a Death Star for him. A few years later, while he is working, he accidentally knocks over the Wii game console his brother had built and it explodes, destroying it.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the negative experiences of one person when they were forced to go to Sunday school. The person recalls being made to color pictures of Jesus, being made to pray, and being made to bow their head during religious ceremonies. Eventually, the person realized that the school was pushing religion on them, and chose to rebel against the school's rules.
  • 00:55:00 The video discusses the religious aspects of Christmas, specifically the fact that many schools in England are Christian-based. The narrator recalls going to a Christian school, and relates that even though they weren't officially Christian, they still had to do religious things around Christmas time. One particular incident stands out to the narrator--when they were required to pray before every meal. As a child, the narrator disliked everything religious and found it boring. When they were in high school, their parents switched them to a Catholic school so that they would be indoctrinated into the religion. However, when the narrator was 11 years old and attempted to sneak out during the night to see if Santa was real, he found out that his parents had been lying to him the whole time.

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This person recounts a number of Christmas horror stories, including ones about being alone on New Year's Eve and spending Christmas in Japan.

  • 01:00:00 Connor recounts a childhood tradition of buying Christmas presents using a catalog his family received. At age 10, he started to realize Santa wasn't real, and at age 16, he stopped believing in him entirely.
  • 01:05:00 The protagonist's family usually celebrates Christmas by going on vacation. However, when he was a kid, he disliked the tradition of going skiing with his family. He remembers one year when he was living in Thailand, and his family celebrated Christmas by jumping in his uncle's pool all day.
  • 01:10:00 The narrator was on a budget airline and spent their holiday in a hotel that was easy to find but terrible. The walls were paper thin and they could hear people talking in different parts of the room.
  • 01:15:00 This YouTube video tells the story of a traveler who experienced terrible airline experiences, including being charged for a carry-on bag, being forced to sit next to each other, and having food that was always empty.
  • 01:20:00 In this YouTube video, a handmade Christmas gift is described as "disgusting, painful, and disorienting." One time, when headphones were taken off for a second, a person could hear people making out next to them on the plane. The budget airline trying to cram more people into standing seats is compared to cattle being herded into pens. The video finishes with a discussion about horse speed, which is seen as a sign of the apocalypse.
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  • 01:30:00 Connor shares his thoughts on the importance of family, presents, and Christmas movies. He reflects on the past year and how he and his family spent it by watching Super Monkey Ball speedruns and watching Die Hard. He admits that some YouTubers are already there and don't need to stay popular by releasing new videos.
  • 01:35:00 Bruce Willis likes to make action movies and has a lot of pull in the industry. His latest movie, "Death Wish," is a financial failure and his next project has been cancelled. Christmas is approaching and Bruce is feeling down about the current world situation. He reflects on Christmas in Japan, where it is sponsored by KFC. Suddenly, the video goes viral and KFC starts selling fried chicken in honor of the holiday. This bizarre Christmas is just the beginning of Bruce's troubles.
  • 01:40:00 In this YouTube video, various Christmas horror stories are recounted, including a story of a westerner visiting Japan for Christmas and finding that the opposite of what is typical in the West - a family-oriented holiday - is true in Japan. Another story involves a westerner's first experience of Japanese KFC and the revelation that it is not as great as they had been told. Another relates a grim New Year's experience working in a ski field in Hokkaido, Japan, while another person's Christmas is depressing because they spend it alone.
  • 01:45:00 The author of the video tells the story of how, on New Year's Eve, he always ends up alone. He rants about how New Year's is a "big hoax" and how it's never as good as people think it is. He also shares his opinion that it would be better if people just hosted house parties instead.
  • 01:50:00 The protagonist reflects on the past year, which was a tough one due to being depressed. He thanks his patrons for their support, and promises to improve in the upcoming year.

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