BHWW - 2011-02-11 I still have a little trouble believing this is real - someone who calls people up to tell them they've been dumped sounds like the sort of profession the troubled protaganist of an overly quirky indie film might find himself stuck in until he meets a free-spirited girl and develops a relationship with her that leads to him questioning his life choices up to that point.
fourthguy - 2011-02-11 I thought so too, but on the other hand there are dozens of these and most of the ones I've listened to sound pretty damn genuine.
Grandmaster Funk - 2011-02-11 I also suffered from some "this just CAN'T be real" reactions, but if they're staged, they sure have some phenomenal actors and believable writing.
CharlesSmith - 2011-02-11 Occam's razor. Either the world is more fucked than people thought, or there is an elaborate conspiracy involving hundreds of Oscar-worthy actors to fake the whole entire internet for no gain.
jangbones - 2011-02-11 I am positive that some of the early ones are fakes, friends of "Bradley" pretending to get broken up with for practice or a goof or whatever.
Also pretty sure that you wouldn't fake more than 200 of these.