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Chocolate Salty Balls
Chef (The voice of Chef is Isaac Hayes) Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Chocolate Salty Balls' by these artists:

Chef Two tablespoons of cinnamon, And two or three egg whites A…
Isaac Hayes Two tablespoon's of cinnamon, And two or three egg whites. …
Isaac Hayes (as Chef from South Park) Two tablespoon's of cinnamon, And two or three egg whites. …
Isaac Hayes (Chef - South Park) Two tablespoon's of cinnamon, And two or three egg whites. …
South Park Two tablespoons of cinnamon and two or three egg whites A…

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karen straughan

Back in the mid-90s, my parents came to visit us and the grandkids. We didn't usually watch South Park. Kids were too young.

So we're all in the kitchen putting dinner together, and my dad is sitting on the sofa in front of the evening cartoons. I give him the remote and say, "go ahead and switch it to the news. He's like, "nah" and just sits there vegging out.

And then South Park comes on he's just sitting there, vegging out. And then this song plays, and my dad, who was in his late 60s at the time, starts laughing harder than I think I've ever seen him laugh. He's slapping his knee and starts shouting, "what the hell am I watching!?" He was literally wiping his eyes. When it gets to the "my balls are big and brown and salty" part, he starts clutching his heart and wheezing. I get him his inhaler, and he barely gets a spray into his lungs before he starts laughing again.

For the rest of the evening, he'd kind of spontaneously burst out laughing. "Salty balls. Jesus."

And that was the day my family discovered that South Park was a net force for good.



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karen straughan

Back in the mid-90s, my parents came to visit us and the grandkids. We didn't usually watch South Park. Kids were too young.

So we're all in the kitchen putting dinner together, and my dad is sitting on the sofa in front of the evening cartoons. I give him the remote and say, "go ahead and switch it to the news. He's like, "nah" and just sits there vegging out.

And then South Park comes on he's just sitting there, vegging out. And then this song plays, and my dad, who was in his late 60s at the time, starts laughing harder than I think I've ever seen him laugh. He's slapping his knee and starts shouting, "what the hell am I watching!?" He was literally wiping his eyes. When it gets to the "my balls are big and brown and salty" part, he starts clutching his heart and wheezing. I get him his inhaler, and he barely gets a spray into his lungs before he starts laughing again.

For the rest of the evening, he'd kind of spontaneously burst out laughing. "Salty balls. Jesus."

And that was the day my family discovered that South Park was a net force for good.

YourLocal Bastard

This acc is making me so proud

Rick Sanchez

Frickin' cool and funny story bro! I laughed

Ted Novesso

Nice Story 👌

Sparrow

Never have a story about balls and your dad been so wholesome, haha

karen straughan

@TheGreatIndoors1979 Ooh! Might be worth a ton of money someday!

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Tappy

Kinda funny how the recipe doesn’t have any salt in it

sakura blossom さくらbぉっそm

Butter does

TBOMBDABAUM

You put it on after you make it

LeeRoy Maui

Chef adds it himself

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