- New The 1975 music video is full of memes you’ll love 4 Years Ago
- Black model speaks out after fashion show featured racist accessories 4 Years Ago
- CBS to launch ‘House of Brands’ to bulk up streaming 4 Years Ago
- Steven Spielberg’s daughter is launching a career in adult entertainment Today 11:24 AM
- Congress asks Ring for more information about police partnerships Today 10:38 AM
- Vlogger who posts behind-the-scenes footage at Disney is in trouble with YouTube Today 10:16 AM
- Was Bloomberg owned harder on the debate stage or by Twitter? Today 8:54 AM
- Make ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ your desert island game Today 8:51 AM
- Everyone’s trying to dance like Jennifer Lopez on TikTok Today 8:27 AM
- Why the coronavirus bioweapon theory persists Today 7:57 AM
- You won’t see deleted scenes on the ‘Rise of Skywalker’ home release Today 7:47 AM
- The return of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ throws you right back into the fight Today 7:00 AM
- Am I overreacting to a Facebook message from a dating app match? Today 6:00 AM
- Buttigieg, Klobuchar come together to laugh at Bloomberg Wednesday 10:29 PM
- Bernie Sanders calls Bloomberg’s wealth ‘grotesque’ to his face Wednesday 9:53 PM
Just 100 likes? Doesn’t seem like that many. Also, he calls them “favs.” Get with the times, Ryan: Twitter changed over to “likes” back in November.
Next, post this annoying and fake-looking video of yourself throwing what may or may not be a Rolex out the window of your car.
That could be a Casio for all we know, but more importantly, we never see it actually exit the window. It’s far more likely that he dropped it on the floor. However, he does get extra douche points for:
- Playing a super annoying song while doing this
- Having one of those digital speedometers only found in the douchiest of cars
- Referring to his Rolex as a “Rolly”
Even Total Frat Move, uncritical aggregator of some extremely douchey Internet content, called this guy an asshole:
Lest you think this is just some college boy having a bit of fun, consider this last bit of evidence:
All of which makes us wonder: How many likes does he have to get to throw himself off that same bridge?
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.