I enjoy that this guy is the resident creep in the Buzzfeed offices. Like, someone decided in a meeting one day, “Hey, we should do a series of ‘creepy’ videos. You know who would be perfect for that? Pete in cubicle four. Yeah, that Pete.”
I don’t know if his name is Pete. I’m just assuming.
If you’re a South Park fan and a fan of video games, then I’m sure that you’ve been waiting patiently for March 4th. Well, now you’ve got a sneak peek at what it’s going to look like and from this intro, it looks like it’s going to be awesome.
I never play video games and even I want to play this one. Like…real bad. I can’t wait until my boyfriend buys it so I can commandeer it.
Need to calculate something? Just give it a little tappity tap.
To start this currently-trending Twitter debate off, let’s remember that Ricky Gervais had an interesting editorial in TIME about the differences between American and British humor in 2011. So, if there’s one thing to take away from this is that, apparently, Brits “embrace life’s losers” more so than Americans. Is this true, British DotD’ers?
Aside from that, this battle is trending on Twitter under #AmericansvsBritish because this is the most logical way to solve international debates about who is better. Duh.
Let it begin:
All the other countries are just jealous:
What do you think, DotD? In the totally legit Internet battle of the countries, who will come out victorious?