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.
Police are looking for a gunman they say robbed an Adult World in East Greenbush.
In Ryan Lochte’s continued effort to bring “swimming awareness” into American homes, the pro swimmer is now shilling a new men’s fragrance called “Pool Water.”
A campy new Funny or Die commercial has the lovable poolside party boy hawking the faux Eau de Toilette, with an emphasis and several awkward winks to the word “toilette.”
Remember Jimmy McMillan who ran for president in 2012? He went viral across the web, and spread like fire through pop culture for his awesome ‘The Rent Is Too Damn’ slogan.
Now, the Vietnam vet from Brooklyn has his eyes on Mayor Bloomberg, and is running for Mayor of New York City. To kick off his campaign, he and Animal New York just published this epic Rent Is Too Damn High
An Australian-based men's lingerie company has started marketing panties and bras to straight guys.
The ads for Homme Mystere products feature a man and woman wearing the exact same lingerie and gazing at each other seductively.