From the UK’s Daily Record:
American Roth, 64, gives his verdict on Irn-Bru saying: “Irn-Bru tastes a little bit like cream soda and a little bit like bubblegum.”
[Irn-Bru (“iron brew”) is a Scottish carbonated soft drink, often described as “Scotland’s other national drink” (after whisky)].
He then affects a broad Scottish accent and says: “And there we were Tom and I full of Bru and haggis and we was playing against Pasadena, representing Scotland.
“And they was tackling like vegetarians, drinking soda pop that was named after doctors and Pepsi.
“You know what they are going to need Tom, they are going to need a f**king doctor and they are going to be eating off of a spoon from a nurse’s assistant named Pepsi.”
Reverting to his American tone he says: “Thanks to all of you in Scotland for the Bru.”
Irn-Bru has been a popular choice with American YouTubers lately.
At the end of the show, Roth revisits his Scottish character and dodgy accent to say: “God dammit man it’s been the Roth show
“We’re going to look under the kilt right there
“And when you look, don’t touch, just look at it, admire, there is a good strong pipe of Scottish style
“A good strong pipe you can lean on, we all need someone we can lean on.”
The episode got a great reaction from Roth’s YouTube following.
Mark McGibbon said: “Greetings from Scotland. A worthy attempt at a Scottish accent Dave. Mon the Bruuuu!!!”
HighlandViking said: “Worst.. Scottish accent… Ever.. LMAO.. Irn Bru is da bomb! Thanks for being Dave, Dave!”