Carl Holcomb: I think I found the future me
Christopher Tutt: What happened to ye home in the CS US, whatever, i call the place CS US.
Andrew Gage: I've got to ask what a redneck is doing living in Scotland and really want
to know what a southern/Scottish accent sounds like?
Clay Houle: im glad to see your actually a well educated redneck and not a complete
RedneckG4mer: Says don't pour a lot *pours the whole bag
Aaron Roberts: Do you think you can give me a brief run down on how to make it plug
tobacco? I just followed your recipe and it turned out great but I really
want to make plug tobacco out of my next batch. Thanks a lot for the video!
J Breeze: looks like inbred hillbilly crap :)
Cameron Reed: I like this guy. Being from the Northern country (Ohio) and now living in
Texas, I appreciate my confederate friends. I chew, and dip. THIS GUY is
one helluva guy. Thanks for showing me how to make this.
But where do you get that tobacco?
Casey Givich: Moose knuckle
Robin Fredrikzzen: How do i know how much Tobaco/salt/juice am gona use?
Adam Noskoviak: like the video if you have anymore recipies please let me know
Tyler Baughman: Nice bulge.
BaconatedBacon: Thanks for the video :)
I made this for a buddy of mine for an early Christmas present- and it
turned out really well!
Hope you are having a great holiday wherever your at this December,
Zac Cleland: hahaha i love this guy
shaun messenger: you can buy chewing tobacco over here bud, but over here its normally
called twist or pig tail, it looks kinda like a piece of stiff rope made of
tobacco and you cut a piece off and chew it.
its a bit drier and not as sweet as american chew but its what im used
to, twist is what i normally chew when i do chew but i have tried redman
and its to sweet for me personally but im just not used to it.
you should be able to get it at your nearest tobacconists if you want to
try it. rum flavoured is good.
kenneth barger: You are the man Mike! I'm gonna grow my own tobacco next spring, and I will
try out your recipe. I love my chew and dip, and I also pick the banjo!!
Ken from NC
Mississippi Mike: Since 2007, no lessons or teacher, just books, CDs, tablatures and a lot of
passion for it. I'm also playing the Highland pipes now (which in this
video, I obviously could not).
obastan: Good DIY video. I like a chew myself, gonna try and make some.
Mississippi Mike: Yes, I have some Canadians, including one here in Scotland that were
familiar with dip, but not so much with chew, so it must be rarer up
yonder, and as so, a lot more expensive. If you like Red Man, like I do,
this recipe done correctly will do just fine, as it did for me. Lately,
I've been using Thunder snus a lot, but a chew here and there is still
great. If the recipe doesn't do it for you, then order some Stocker's bags
from Northerner snus, they sell it and ship it from PA, great value.
robbie alston: if i did that crap my mom would freaking kill but still thanks made it alot
Grizzly XLC: damn good video there that there is a damn good video hada pause it to
throw in a pinch of Copenhagen!
gino03cobrastang: Thanks so much for the vid mike ... im loving my chew even more now
Jesus C: I also live in a State that is just border away being part of South-West.
(Hint: It still remains mostly from Liberal free retards.)
Stefan Rajchevski: for how long do you leave the "mixed" tobacco to dry? approximately?
code lowery: haha u can see his pickle but thanks
MrKlyde44: @MrKlyde44 ur stpid
smokey lee: Rednecks are smart an are the best.hard working Americans
Ray Pinyoko: Love the accent bro
BmorePatriot: 2011 was such a good year for my time sir. And I guess same for you too.
And I can feel you smoking for fun. I know what smoking is like, sometimes
I wanna smoke but sometimes I don't want to. But cigarettes I know are
EXTREMELY cheap down South. But of course more north you get it gets
expensive as well as there in Maryland. I wonder how much cigarettes cost
in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, some New England states.
Trey Combs: great vid! I've been wanting to make my own chew, Definitely a helpful
video. Just curious though why are you in Scottland if your from
Mississippi? Or are from Scottland?
rs4915: you look like the hillbilly Ash Ketchum.
ryan comegys: he kinda sounds like boomhauer from king of the hill but its awesome!
ScottishFX: Good on you man for being proud of who you are. Don't change for anyone
Ryan B.: Go freak yourself douchebag
Mississippi Mike: You're welcome bud. As for my video, it came to me as a surprise that it
became relatively successful so quickly. I had been trying to make chew at
home for a few years, with some degree of success. After much trial and
error, I got it. Since I found no video on the subject, I decided to make
one and share the recipe with people. I think it got popular because there
was no other video about it... but when it comes to dip reviews, there are
hundreds. Figure out a dip recipe and you'll get BIG! :)
Christian Burton: greatest reply EVER!!!
smokey lee: That's badass
Mississippi Mike: Hi there, Abraham Lincoln. You are very popular in my state, if you
understand sarcasm. Which you should, because your nickname "honest Abe",
as you may know, was created by sarcasm. No, unlike the false pretense of
freedom you used to wage war upon us Southerners, this is as real as the
bullet that John Wilkes Booth blew your ass away with. Thanks for stopping
by, I didn't know they had Internet access in Hell these days.
Jesus C: Yeah, I could care less how someone sounds, just more curious of some are
real or not. I guess having one so thick will bring out some of the
mentally deprived ones, showing how stupid some people are. As well how
much of a Media sheep they are, especially when they see the confederate
Mike Mauck: You have the Pokemon hat 0.o
Zach Allen: Mike dude your literally awesome man!! Keep up the work hahah o and
mooseknuckle is what we say down here ib athens texas
gocav76: Great video. Greetings from West Virginia,where we still have "Chew Mail
Pouch" painted on barns!!!
Mississippi Mike: I thank you kindly, sir! That there is Scruggs or Bluegrass style, which is
the most recognized style of playing these days, beginning in the 1940s.
Clawhammer, or frailing, is a much older style of the five string banjo,
which is very beautiful and melodic, usually played on open back banjo,
without fingerpicks. Other styles and banjos include the Celtic on the 4
string Irish tenor banjo and Dixieland jazz on the 4 string plectrum banjo,
all nice as well. Thanks for the compliment, Deo Vindice.
Cody Thomas: Red man is the best!
MrKuwaitwolf: Nice video. Don't let anyone judge you for what you are.
Mississippi Mike: I needed to start life somewhere new and my ancestry brought me here, along
with a lifetime admiration for this beautiful country. I still miss the
South, obviously, but things have worked out great for me here. Got a job,
a girl and a truck, been out of trouble and life's been great overall. If
things had worked for me back home I would still be there, but well, life
surprises you and here I am, in the far-north of Scotland. Had you told me
five years ago I would be here, I would have laughed!
Wesley Caesar: Wait, you said you live I'm Scotland???
Jesus C: Oh my I hate them too, really Liberals and some conservatives are exactly
the same. And do you not get polite comments or anything like that? And I
was referring to your "Accent" how ever you prefer, never heard thick
TheScrapmanic: Your a gay adic and you will die real real REAL soon from smokinh