Fake Celebrity Pranks New York City

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Funny

This guy tricked tourists walking the streets of Times Square into thinking he was a huge celebrity. Ha... tourists.
There are 18 comments:
Male 787
Well agreed with you there Ollie! You and I both know people so easily fooled would only vote republican.

And extra kudos for once again turning a non political posting into an avenue for you to vent your worn out, and frankly, annoying rhetoric.
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Male 700
Well put Smiley!
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Male 15,832
I would LOVE to poll them to see how they plan to vote. (As if I didn`t already know...)
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Male 81
It was a hot summer night in Times Square. Most of the people there were tourists. They came to NYC looking to be part of exactly this "dream-mirage". Take the same act to a less tourist-y part of NYC, or any other major city in North America, and people would keep getting on with their day. I see celebrities all the time. No big deal. I just saw Dave Chappelle a few hours ago walking down a street I hang out on. It was all cool... Don`t get me wrong, though. I still think we are doomed as a society :-(
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Male 768
It just goes to show how pathetic people are. Only interested in someone who is famous. I would never even associate myself with a "celebrity" unless they actually did some good in the world. David Attenborough would be awesome to meet.
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Female 4,359
Famewhores
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Male 1,243
This is what happens when a nation becomes deluded for riches and fame. It`s really no surprise this happened in the seat of the empire for the religion of money.

Most would say that they won`t fall for an emperor who says he`s wearing special clothes, when he`s really wearing nothing. But as you can see, while people know the lines of the story, they don`t know the story between the lines.
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Male 138
Nuke the planet.
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Male 557
@ drawman61
Todays generation? I saw people of all ages trying to get photo ops and such. What it really shows is how obsessed we`ve become with things that should`nt matter. Then obsessing over these celebrity problems to detract thought away from our own problems. Everyone divorces and breaks up and has babies and cheats and lies, why care about that stuff, why not to solve some social issues. Its not a generation of people, its people, but I will say, even being from here, its more prevelent in the U.S. but its not exempt from Europe or other places in the world. We need to think as a world collective to better our futures.
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Male 165
You know he actually looks like Jordan Knight

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Male 143
....oh man, I thought at 3:31 that it was Wee-man for a second. That would`ve been hilarious if an actual celebrity was being out shined by a regular guy.
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Male 226
now he will become famous enough to make a disc or play in a movie. i like his moves
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Male 15,510
OH is that guy from that movie series thing!
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Male 5,314
he should become an actor/musician for real now. it would be funny.
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Male 7,775
Great prank. It says everything about today`s generation.
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Male 1,206
Was he wearing makeup? Looked like he had rouge on his cheeks. Oh, and this just in: People are stupid.
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Male 2,578
People are dumb.
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Male 20,113
Link: Fake Celebrity Pranks New York City [Rate Link] - This guy tricked tourists walking the streets of Times Square into thinking he was a huge celebrity. Ha... tourists.
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