The Moving Box Bet – Chile

5 Dec

Justin’s first Moving Box Bet challenge in Peru was pretty easy.   So easy that even I participated.  We decided to crank it up a notch for the Chilean challenge, and crank it up we did.

Take a look:

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Justin’s next Moving Box Bet challenge will take place in Argentina.  Contact us if you have a suggestion for what he should eat!


7 Responses to “The Moving Box Bet – Chile”

  1. woodswoman December 5, 2011 at 10:17 am #

    Geez! How many times does he have to do this for losing ONE lousy bet? Would YOU have eaten a Pancritos (sp?)? Good man, Justin, but if you have to do this in every country, I wouldn’t be surprised if you begin to rebel!!! And who thought of this tasty treat for you? Jorge?

    YUCK! I’ll make you any mean you want, when you get back.

    • Ashley December 5, 2011 at 5:41 pm #

      Woodswoman – he has to do it in every country, that was the bet, we agreed on it fair and square. He’s strong, he’ll be fine! Would I have eaten one? Probably not unless I was drunk, and even then it’s iffy. And yes, you can thank Jorge for this one, but wasn’t it you who suggested that Southeast Asia is really going to be the fun zone for this bet?!?!?

  2. laura December 7, 2011 at 9:30 pm #

    disgusting….justin’s face did look like he wanted to vomit before he put it in his mouth…

  3. Carrie Burr December 9, 2011 at 11:14 am #

    I think it is awesome and I think you should participate Ashley. You only live (and travel like this) once! Keep the blogs and videos coming!

  4. Rochelle December 10, 2011 at 5:54 pm #

    BARRRRRRRFFFFFF! HOHMYGAAAAAD I am squirming to the 10th power in my desk chair watching this. Justin, you were so calm and cool. I could never play poker with you!


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