'Asians Eat Weird Things' Video Showcases Asian-American Cuisine

07/09/2013 08:51 pm ET | Updated Jul 10, 2013

Depending on where you fall in your family's immigration story (on a scale from "fresh off the boat" to "fresh off the Mayflower boat"), this video will make your stomach either churn or growl.

Asian-American comedians David and Andrew Fung, otherwise known as the Fung Brothers of Southern California, have teamed up with singer AJ Rafael and ethnic food store 99 Ranch Market for a musical tribute to Asian cuisine -- the weirder, the better.

That means the music video has shots of people scarfing balut (boiled duck embryo), chicken feet dim sum, tripe, durian fruit, dried squid, stinky tofu and pig intestines, for starters. And they down it all with grins on their faces.

As Angry Asian Man said, "This is an anthem for all the Asian kids who got laughed at for bringing home cooking to the school lunch table." But if census demographics are any indication, immigrant kids might just get the last laugh.

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