|James Woods - 2010-05-08 |
|Bebido - 2010-05-08 |
Is this a viral ad for hi-tec? I see it plastered all over their clothes and the close up of the shoe.
yup. needs viral marketing tag and indignant one star ratings.
One star for the closeup on the Hi Tec logo and my disappointment when I realized what was going on. I wanted this to be real, those bastards were toying with me!
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2010-05-08 |
It's getting some good press coverage across the internet... at least on an initial google search.
I'm pretty sure it's fake, myself, but it would be awesome if it were real.
|Volbard - 2010-05-08 |
It's both fake and awesome.
It's how I prove I'm bored.
|Squidmojo - 2010-05-09 |
So sick of viral bullshit.
|Adham Nu'man - 2010-05-09 |
It's a pretty awesome spoof of extreme sports videos, and its absolutely ludicrous yet deadpan delivery made me, for a few moments, believe it was all real.
|La Loco - 2010-05-09 |
All you people calling this fake are wrong. I've been doing this sport on my own for awhile. Trust me and go out and try it yourself. The real trick is to coat yourself in corn starch so that the water becomes a non newtonian fluid when you run across it.
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-05-09 |
Five star because there are people out there that will believe it is real, so it's real enough.
|phalsebob - 2010-05-09 |
|Longshot- - 2010-05-09 |
Fuck it. I'm gonna go try and run on water now.
|baumer - 2010-11-28 |
It's not a commercial, it's Marketainment!
|MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2012-04-19 |
This is just fucking STRIDE GUM ALL OVER AGAIN!
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