In fact, I’ve probably spent 70% of my waking life in New York City working to make our videos there.Last week, I accepted a job to move to LA and be a staff writer for Funny or Die, and while I am extremely excited to head west, I feel like I should take a sec to be real indulgently weepy on this public website about my amazing time at the ol’ launched.And yes, I believe that we have to be honest with the American people. There are certain things that we may – we may not fully understand when we come out,' he explained. I'm going to come out here and tell you the facts as I know them.
Why would you want to charge an i Pod with an onion? The Myth Busters video debunking the project, however, only has 197,000.
2011 saw one of the most successful video hoaxes in recent memory, with an e Harmony video bio by “Debbie.” Debbie states that she’s making her first video for e Harmony, and proceeds to tearfully elucidate just how much she loves cats. Turns out that Debbie is actually Phildelphia comedienne Cara Hartmann, who doesn’t (as far as we know) have an alarming degree of affection for cats.
The guys behind Household Hacker have posted a number of hoax videos. A Gatorade-soaked onion doesn’t generate electricity. And even if it did, USB cables need to be plugged into USB ports, not jammed into the sides of vegetables.
The most famous of these, posted in 2007, included instructions on how to charge an i Pod using Gatorade and an onion. A lot of people were convinced by this hoax, with the video receiving almost 10,000,000 views.
Sean Mills, the CEO of Nerve Dating, agrees that online dating today still feels like a search for the best deals on airline tickets.
It seems as if, in playing online games, we go to buy more missiles, and in doing so suddenly find out that we’re the proud member of an online dating community.
My friends still get excited their first time in , I worked as the Locations Director, where I spent my days pretending to be passionate about finding the best abandoned prison to film an eleven second scene in, and my nights writing jokes.
I started my “writing career” at as a headline contributor; all interns and employees are allowed to contribute jokes if they ask, but most fall off or don’t contribute consistently.
My first headline idea got approved about three months in.