Eating Cactuses

 
 
 
 

Vocabulary

junior cactus believe (2)
act I hope so here we go
hope band aid bit/bite/bitten
public definite public service message
stage tongue

 

 

Video

 

 

Transcript

Howard Stern: What’s your name?
Junior Haha: Junior Haha.
Howard Stern: What are you going to do with those cactuses?
Junior Haha: I’m gonna eat them.
Howard Sterm: You’re going to eat them? And that you believe is a million-dollar act?
Junior Haha: I hope so.
Howard Stern: Here we go.

 

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Nick Cannon: Biting into a cactus?

 

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Howie: This should be a public service message: ‘Don’t eat your cactus.’
Nick Cannon: Don’t eat your cactus, boys and girls.
Heidi: Definite ‘no’.
Howard Stern: Four ‘no’s’. Thank you so much, Junior Haha.
Heidi: I can’t believe people come on the stage here and . . .

Nick Cannon: Band aid for your tongue?
Junior Haha: I’m good. I’m good.
Nick Cannon: Drink of water?
Junior Haha: gotto get my throat . . . spikes.

 

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Questions

1. The performer’s name was William Anderson. True or false?

2. Junior Haha juggled the cactuses. Is this right or wrong?

3. Was it fun and easy to eat the cactus?

4. Did Junior Haha finish eating the entire cactuses? Did he eat all the cactuses?

5. The judges loved his act. Is this correct or incorrect?

6. Did the judge and host give a message to children at home?

7. What happened to Junior Haha in the end?

 

A. My friends have potted cactus in their homes or gardens. Yes or no?

B. Do you and your friends have lots of ornamental plants in your house or garden?

C. Are there eating contests in your city (pie, watermelon, hotdogs)?

D. What should people eat? What shouldn’t they eat?

E. What will happen in the future?
 
 
 
 
 

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