The day Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis act like grown ups will be one remember. In this Funny or Die sketch, the two trouble makers promote their new comedy together, The Campaign by having a debate against children on public television. The questions may not be all that hard, but Ferrell and Galifinakis do their best to play as dumb as possible. This is what they know best, acting like immature man-children and causing a stir. I hope this is the same insanity we have to look forward to in their up-and-coming movie. The Campaign comes out in theaters this Friday, August 10.
Andrew Hales, the man who brought us “Holding Hands With Strangers” opens our eyes to “Hugging Strangers,” which in a way is a part two. In the YouTube video, Hale and his sister Jaclyn roam the Venice Boardwalk and approach people with open arms insisting on hugs. It’s surprising how many people allow the embrace while others naturally freak out and act like they never saw the open arms coming towards them. One man after being hugged said, “We need this everywhere at all times.” True that.
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