When you’re travelling to a new region or country, you would want to explore the area and get a taste of what the locals live like, right?
Well, if you’re a celebrity, you don’t even have to travel the world to do that, because LAD Bible got a bunch of celebrities together and gave them snacks from around the world to taste for the first time.
Will Smith and his all-American meatloaf was up against Guy Ritchie and his Scottish haggis. While most of us know that meatloaf consists of ground mince, spices, eggs and breadcrumbs, not a lot of people know what haggis is made of… and that might not be such a bad thing.
As Guy Ritchie explains, "it is made out of the bowels of a sheep that gets wrapped up in the bladder of a pig". Our humble opinion? Definitely an acquired taste and if you’re not forced to taste it, don’t.
Will Smith’s description seems a bit more accurate to us: "that looks like Sigourney Weaver delivered that" – yes, we got the same Alien vibes there, Will.
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish got to eat sandwiches – one consisted of an American favourite combination namely peanut butter and jelly, while the other one had an Australian favourite known as Vegemite.
According to Wikipedia, Vegemite is a thick, dark brown food spread made from leftover brewers’ yeast extract with various vegetables and spice additives – somewhat similar to Marmite.
According to Kevin Hart, it’s "roach batter". No doubt that both actors gave the PB&J sandwich the thumbs up.
Usain Bolt might be the fastest man on Earth, but not even he could run away fast enough from the pilchards and sardines LAD Bible served to him.
Watch the LAD Bible video below to see how the celebs reacted and watch out as Freddie Flintoff downs one of his childhood favourites, a can of Irn Bru.