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  • - What up fruit lovers, welcome to The Juice.

  • Today, I wanna know two things and two things only.

  • First, what's Marshmallow's gender?

  • - No chance, Orange. (laughs)

  • - Nah, it was worth a shot.

  • But the second thing I wanna know is: What's The Juice?

  • Sis, hit me with that sweet, sweet audience supplied prompt.

  • - You've got it, Orange.

  • Today, PonyCentral 2.0 asks,

  • "Do you have any childhood stories you'd like to share

  • with us?"

  • - Do I ever? Oh man, I got tons of these things.

  • Super embarrassing ones too.

  • - Yay! Let's hear one Corey.

  • - Yeah, okay. So one time when we were in high school,

  • Little Apple got mistaken for a first grader. (laughs)

  • - Oh, come on!

  • - (laughs) Well, that kinda makes sense

  • that someone so short wouldn't fit into at high school.

  • - Yeah. (laughs)

  • - Oh, it wasn't 'cause of his size.

  • It's because he did so poorly at a Spelling Bee.

  • - Corey!

  • - Oh, snap!

  • - Ugh! Corey's exaggerating, you guys. It wasn't that bad.

  • - Bro, they kicked you out of the Spelling Bee

  • before it even started.

  • You spelled it Spelling "Dee" on the poster.

  • (audience laughing)

  • - Oooh!

  • - I'm not a wire it. I'm not okay?

  • Ugh! By the way, Corey, I think the audience wants us

  • to tell childhood stories about ourselves.

  • - Really? 'Cause I didn't see that specified in the prompt.

  • - Me neither. Let's hear another story, Corey. (laughs)

  • - Okay, well, there was that one time,

  • that Little Apple got sued by Fox

  • for doing a Marge Simpson impression.

  • - For the last time, I wasn't doing an impression.

  • That's just my voice.

  • - Awww, it doesn't seem fair to sue him.

  • He doesn't sound that much like Marge Simpson.

  • - No, that's the point.

  • They sued him 'cause the impression was so bad.

  • - Oooh!

  • - Agh! Okay! Great! Thanks for sharing, Corey.

  • Now, let's go around and hear other people's stories!

  • Please!

  • - I mean, I want to, but my stories aren't nearly as good

  • as Corey's.

  • - Yeah, can I yield my time to Corey

  • so he can tell more embarrassing stories about Little Apple?

  • - No!

  • - Sounds good to me.

  • I wanna hear more about Little Apple growing up.

  • - Or lack thereof. (laughs)

  • (Orange laughs)

  • (Little Apple screams)

  • - I yield my time to Corey as well. Yay!

  • - Heck yeah, okay. Hmm, which one to tell?

  • - Really, Corey?

  • You only have half a brain and somehow you've managed

  • to remember every embarrassing story about me.

  • - Well, I mean, yeah.

  • They're seared into my memory, Little Apple.

  • They're that embarrassing.

  • Like remember that time you piddled yourself.

  • Oh wait, that was yesterday.

  • - Ooh!

  • - Agh! It wasn't my fault, okay? I got scared by something.

  • - [Corey] Bro, it was your own shadow.

  • - Ooh!

  • - They didn't need to know that, Corey!

  • - Oh no, Little Apple, what's that?

  • - Huh? (screams)

  • (Orange, Marshmallow, and Sis laughing)

  • - I swear, you guys, shadows are scary!

  • (Orange, Marshmallow and Sis laughing)

  • - They are!

  • Oh my gosh, I swear, I'll tear this entire studio apart

  • if we don't start telling other people's

  • embarrassing stories.

  • - Okay, okay. Maybe we should give Little Apple a break.

  • - Thank you!

  • - Oh, I've got a childhood story.

  • Once I met Steve Buscemi

  • and I accidentally called him "Sleeve" Buscemi.

  • (laughs) I was so embarrassing.

  • - Uh, I guess.

  • - Nah, I'm sorry, Marshy,

  • that wasn't quite as good as Corey's stories.

  • - It's okay, I appreciate the constructive feedback.

  • (laughs)

  • - Oh, here's one.

  • I once sneezed at the lunch table

  • and some milk squirted straight out of my nostrils.

  • - Sis, you don't have nostrils.

  • - I mean, ears.

  • - You don't have ears either.

  • Sis, are you making up a story?

  • - You caught me.

  • I don't have any real life embarrassing childhood stories,

  • 'cause I don't have any shame.

  • - Corey, I'd rather hear another one of your stories.

  • - Agreed.

  • - Disagreed.

  • - Alright, sounds like the eighth habit.

  • Okay, so get this. Little Apple, had to use a booster seat

  • in seventh grade to see over the top of his desk. (laughs)

  • - Ooh!

  • - Hey, wait a sec. So did Jill Coy!

  • You needed a booster seat 'cause you didn't have a butt.

  • - Little Apple, how could you say that about me?

  • It really hurt my feelings.

  • - Oh, well I'm sorry Corey.

  • - That was so mean, you have no right.

  • - Oh my gosh.

  • I thought we were swapping embarrassing stories.

  • I got carried away.

  • - Ha! Just playin' with you.

  • I totally need a booster seat in middle school.

  • Still do in fact.

  • Now who wants to hear about the time Little Apple

  • told everyone he had a girlfriend who lived in Canada?

  • - Yeah!

  • (Little Apple screams)

  • (groovy music)

- What up fruit lovers, welcome to The Juice.

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The Annoying Orange - The Juice #13: Embarrassing Childhood Stories!

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    Summer posted on 2021/07/20
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