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"Big Ass Nigga on a Scooter Drinkin Capri Sun"

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And now, Clean Plate Charlie interrupts our regularly scheduled, totally serious food coverage to bring you a Big Ass Nigga on a Scooter Drinkin' Capri Sun.

We stumbled across the following video and recognized the landscape as distinctly South Florida, and yep -- it's Miramar.

Why is this video fascinating the masses on YouTube today? What do you think this says about our culture? And what is the net effect for Capri Sun? Does this make you thirsty for a Splash Cooler?

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