How to teach a foreign kid to America
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Camera opens up on foreign kid and American kid. Stays centered on them. American kid: "My name is John. This is Aminah. She is foreign. Let's teach her to America." Foreign kid: "Madha?"
Camera starts out zoomed up on American kid. American kid: "First, how to play baseball." Camera scoots back out to show both. American kid: "Now, I will throw the ball and you hit it." American kid tosses baseball to foreign kid and foreign kid screams and ducks thinking hes trying to hit her. American kid shakes his head in disappointment.
Camera starts out zoomed in on boy. American kid: "Now let's teach her how to properly eat popcorn." Camera zooms back out to both of them standing there. American hands the girl a bag of popcorn and she eats one piece at a time. "Wrong! You have to do it like this." He shoves a handful of popcorn in her mouth. Girl is frightened but keeps eating trying to be American.
Camera starts zoomed in on boy. "Now, we're gonna teach her to say 'yall.' Camera zooms back out to both of them. "Say y'all." Girl looks confused. "antuma jamieana." Dude shakes his head. "No. Y'alllllllll." "Y'aaaaaaatumaaaaa." "Y'alllllllll." Girl gets angry. "Akhrus!" Dude shakes his head once again in disappointment.
Camera starts out zoomed in on boy. "Now for the final true American test." Camera zooms back out onto the two of them and boy pulls out phone to show video. "Watch this video and copy exactly what he does." Camera zooms in on phone to watch video of "American flag shotgun guy- get some." Once it is over, camera zooms back out and both of them look at each other with serious faces and nod.
Camera is centered in the middle of the stage and no sound is heard. Then all of the sudden the girl comes running out in hick clothes with a shotgun and flag in her hand. She runs across the stage and shouts, "Get some." Camera turns off and video is over.
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