Tea With Tyson, The TV Sensation of 2010

Reese Waters of Versus' The Daily Line (a show that actually comes close to the whole "Daily Show does sports" thing every network's tried) has tea with Mike Tyson. If you need more setup than "Mike Tyson discussing his tea preferences" to hook you on a piece of video, you should probably go back to your day job of being a speed bump on a busy street. 

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To review this video's important lessons from Iron Mike: 

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--He thinks Reese Waters is "a cool dude." 

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--Earl Grey tea "sucks" (couldn't agree more)

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--Cannolis "are like a curse" to Mike, who's "had experiences with them, had engagements with them, and it has not turned out nice." In conclusion, he's committed to a cannoli-free life.

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--Regifting a toaster is unacceptable, but one may take it to the pawn shop without violating any rules of etiquette. 

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