Trevor’s Favorite Toy – Between the Scenes | The Daily Show

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  • Gateaux Q 1 year ago

    How did I miss this one? Nostalgic Trevor is best Trevor (unless the audience asks how Fufi’s doing. Rude!)

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  • Nqobani Msomi 1 year ago

    looool gone are those days Trevor!!

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  • Justyn Collier 1 year ago

    he had his bricks we had pet rocks sea monkeys sticks…and really what ever u could find becuz thts kids…awsome rite

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  • TheDivineBandit 1 year ago

    My favourite toy was a sharpened wood peg on one end which we’d use a whip made from sisal fibres to help keep it spinning for as long as possible. Like a wooden totem.

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  • Cynthia Tity 1 year ago

    Kkkk thot it only happened in Zim kkk and S.A too kkkkk

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  • Rokkiteer 1 year ago

    We played a similar games when I was little, only all our parents were anti-violence christians so we couldn’t play with stuff like toy guns and such. So we would look for branches that looked like pistols and shotguns and then play the slow-motion shooting at each others-game.

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  • Mansi Doshi 1 year ago

    Omg!! This guy is hilarious!!

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  • Rujuta D 1 year ago

    I sooooo love this guy!! Trevor Noah ???

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  • Siphuthando Jacob lubelwana 1 year ago

    Yep im South Africa, favourite toys are bricks

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  • opal tree 1 year ago

    No it’s a car!

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  • kmont005 1 year ago

    He’s my soulmate

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  • Kgomotso J Kgopa 1 year ago

    Proudly South African story! I had many bricks myself! ?

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  • XhosaShinobi01 1 year ago

    When he said “my favourite toy was” I finished it off in my head and said “a brick” before he said it. That’s how much I anticipated that answer. If you grew up in a South African township the
    n this shouldn’t have shocked you.

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  • Keezo 1 year ago

    That was very clever … I didn’t see the last line coming ?

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  • Paballo Molingoane 1 year ago

    hahaha… I remember those. hard to believe now that bricks where one of the best toys a kid from Soweto could have.

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  • Marcus Holmes 1 year ago

    We had conkers in the uk, bricks is an upgrade

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  • Nompumelelo Magadla 1 year ago

    “Hiiiiii! istina sami” I relate brother!

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  • Luhle Ntuli 1 year ago

    Lol when he threw some Zulu for emphasizing and that extra spicy ?????love it

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  • 니로 1 year ago

    Thats party of my childhood Hahaha

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  • priscilla birungi 1 year ago

    I’m from Uganda, a girl and yet I relate……its always amazing when I hear stories of other African childhoods, 8 out of 10 times, its the same beautiful hustle..

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