Japan has done it again! Now you can watch guys try to keep their cool while getting a handy, all while trying to stay in key. The Japanese truly have their finger (and possibly their whole hand) on the throbbing pulse of television.
Just in case you're curious, here's the video:
When an Illinois couple had their wedding announcement printed in a local paper, the fast food giant was quick to hop on social media and find the real couple in question:
A half-dozen puns about the "whopper" of an event later, Burger King tracked down the couple and offered to pay for the entire wedding and provide gifts! You can see their ecstatic reaction from their interview here:
Meanwhile, every single McDonald in the nation is starting to feel like they've been stiffed, and our friend Wendy was unavailable for comment.
Former 9am news host Tim Ezell from Fox 2 in St. Louis had an interesting way of introducing his co-host April Simpson one morning, and the old clip has now gone viral thanks to comedian Kevin Hart.
“Welcome back to FOX 2 news in the AM. Time to get you all caught up with the headlines. For that, the Hamburglar,” said Ezell.
The coment seems to catch her a bit off guard at first.
“It is your birthday. I’ll let it pass.” she says afterwards. “No I won’t I’ll get ya later.”
Hart shared the video on his Facebook page Tuesday, where it now has over 2 million views.
The hamburgler video has gone viral with over one million views and counting thanks to actor/comedian @KevinHart4real lol lol— April Simpson (@foxonfox) March 4, 2015
Ezell left the station last July to become a full-time minister.
The commenters on Hart’s post are also having some fun with the whole thing as demonstrated by the photo below.