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Meerkat - 2015-07-26

I don't know what the deal is with this. To me it seems like the verbal equivalent of walking up and slapping someone on the street for no reason.

Old_Zircon - 2015-07-26

That can be funny if you do it right.

SolRo - 2015-07-26

It's the same as every other "FUNNAY PRANKZ!!! LOL!!!!" video

EvilHomer - 2015-07-26

Well SolRo, perhaps you'd find it enjoyable if he raped someone?

infinite zest - 2015-07-26

long dick style

Meerkat - 2015-07-26

Seriously, people with borderline emotional disorders can suffer anxiety attacks, PTSD, or just dwell over this kind of shit for weeks and months after.

I just don't find that funny.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-07-26

I'm thinking along the same lines. I find it funny but I'm laughing AT him not with him. This idiot is basically just as untalented as you can get. This isn't comedy, it's dangerous and stupid. I've heard people online compare this to what Sasha Baron Cohen and I counterargue that by saying Cohen as Borat or Ali G is getting people to laugh at his supposed stupidity. This guy is basically freaking people out for a laugh and that is the sort of thing that puts other people at risk, not yourself.

Fuck this guy, he's a dick.

TeenerTot - 2015-07-27

Welp, he says right in the video that he wanted to get famous. Not make comedy. Not make any kind of art. But get famous. Just another case of kardashian syndrome I guess.

EvilHomer - 2015-07-26

I was actually rather disappointed with this interview! I was trying to hold off on formulating an opinion regarding Tyrone's body of work, until I was better able to understand his authorial intent. Was "Tyrone" meant to be a satire of racism? A thoughtful critique of modern urban culture? His behavior cannot be genuine, surely? Unfortunately, while it so happens that the Tyrone-character was indeed a work of fiction, it seems the thinking behind Mr Hitson's act was simply: "here is a catchphrase; it is funny to be mean to people."

I was a little upset about this at first, but I guess it doesn't matter anymore, as I listened to this interview almost a week ago, and Mr Hitson's moment of cultural relevance has since come and gone. I wish him luck in his R&B career, and I hope Mr Hitson did not let his time in the spotlight change him for worse!

Boomer The Dog - 2015-07-26

I've seen this guy before, but turned it off because of the appearance of advertising.

My friend Ricochet is big on catch phrases on the radio, he's had some for years, and when something funny gets hit on in the show, and you bring it up more times, something like David Letterman did.

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