Who doesn’t love the kiss cam while at the big game? Nearly everyone is excited to appear on the jumbo-tron and kiss their significant other.
But one boyfriend wasn’t in a very kissy mood when he and his girlfriend appeared on Fresno Grizzlies kiss cam.
Viewers could feel how excited, and then annoyed, the girlfriend became during those few seconds on the jumbo-tron, but her man was simply busy on the phone, only offered his hand to her lips.
When the cameras finally panned onto the same couple, not for the second, but the third time, and still the same girl was rejected from her kiss, the girlfriend dumped her drink on her boyfriend in front of the entire stadium, dumping him in the same act.
Now, the new video has gone viral, amassing over a quarter million views.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are having a hard time winning on the field, but superstar center fielder Matt Kemp has won the hearts of fans around the world after video of his act of kindness went viral.
During the Dodgers' game against the Giants in San Francisco on Sunday, Kemp learned of a terminally ill, wheelchair-bound boy who was a huge Dodger fan and considered Kemp his favorite player. After the game, he met the boy, first signing a ball for him, then taking off his cap and jersey and giving it to the boy, and finally, untying his cleats and handing those over, too.
Kemp was surprised that the video had gone viral, saying on Tuesday, "I didn't know that anybody was filming it…It's just something I felt probably would have cheered him up a little bit. Help him out a little bit. I just did it. Hopefully that made that kid's day."
Jimmy Kimmel has proven that people will act as know-it-alls, especially when there is a camera pointed at them. Countless times, Jimmy has sent his camera crew to Hollywood Blvd to ask passersby about fake or nonexistent events.
The last video of his to trend was when the camera crew asked fans at the Coachella music festival about fake bands. Naturally, the hipsters couldn’t control themselves, admitting to loving the groups that don’t exist.
That prank video from just this week has garnered over 9.5 million views.
Now, FootBall Nation is taking a page out of Kimmel’s strategy book. Host Bill Enright took to Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan to ask die hard football fans about athletes that don’t exist.
Viewers can’t help but laugh at the fools who only seem to dig themselves deeper in the lie hole. Already, the two day old video has collected over a quarter million hits.
As it has become tradition, the dinner was filled with political jokes, gags, and parodies, most of which were aimed at the President, his opposition, or the media.
In a hilarious twist, Obama even stars in the short clip as Daniel Day-Lewis as Obama.
“Was it hard playing Obama?” asks the president as Daniel Day-Lewis as himself. ”I’ll be honest, yea it was. This accent took a while.”
Now, the clip which is quickly going viral across the web this Sunday.