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😂😂😂😂😂😂 This was honestly the most fun video I’ve done so far! TRUE STORY NO LIE like I was seriously gonna have an aneurysm or something. WORST DATE EVER STORYTIME narrorated by yours truly 😏 LINK IN BIO! 😹😭✨🎬
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https://youtu.be/wP0lT0KdSrA

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I have no idea what this is, but I thought I would share since this gave me chills. This is Daily Show with Trevor Noah, which was interrupted by a very strange commercial or something like that. On the Comedy Central website, this wasn’t in the video they uploaded, only on the tv. I checked the website that was written in the interruption video, and it leaded me to a Twitter account with creepy messages like ‘All’, ‘Make night late again’, and things like that. This is really creepy, does anyone have more info on this?? 

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On a chilly Friday night in the fall of 2003, my mom took me to Blockbuster. As always, I went straight to the R-rated movies to look at all the cool VHS covers. There was one that caught my attention… South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. In school, I began asking my friends, “What is South Park?” I got a million different answers. I began going on the family computer and frequently visiting the fan site “South Park Cows” to listen to audio clips and watch videos. I was hooked, and from that moment onward, South Park would forever become my biggest obsession. Fast forward to December 25th, 2004, Christmas morning. I unboxed a bunch of South Park figurines from the Mirage Toys line. Since then, I’ve been on a quest to collect as much merchandise as I can. What started out as a few toys has turned my room into a museum of nearly 200 pieces of memorabilia, a collection 13 years in the making. Happy 20th anniversary to South Park, a show that has had a bigger impact on me than anything else in this world. Thank you to Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and the rest of South Park Studios, all who have come and gone, for 20 years of fart jokes, genius satire, and purely animated awesomeness. It’s sad and bittersweet that Mary Kay Bergman couldn’t live to see this day, but I know she’s looking down at Trey and Matt, as well as the fans, and is proud of how far we’ve all come.
Now I wanna hear from all of you: What’s YOUR South Park story? @southparkdigital @comedycentral