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Desc:Look at that antelope driving a car! Nope, it's Chuck Testa
Category:Pets & Animals, Advertisements
Tags:white people, dead animals, taxidermy, chuck testa, awkward local commercial
Submitted:Elvis Hitler
Date:09/16/11
Views:544
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Comment count is 10
Jet Bin Fever
http://www.ojaitaxidermy.com/

I didn't believe this could be real, but there ya have it. The guy has lots of DIY taxidermy vids up too... yeesh.
FreeOJ
Beat me to it, love the awkward bedroom scene
poorwill
She looks so happy.

Night Train to Mundo Fine
Why is he wearing an SS cap?
pathetique
i wish there was some greater number of stars than i've ever given anything else that i could give to this
Burnov
Nope.

MrBuddy
Needs an awkward local commercials tag

And in a related video...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvdf5n-zI14
ASubmarineSandwich
Since no one else seems to have noticed, this is actually a segment from the IFC television show "Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings".

The premise is that YouTube comedian-musician megastars Rhett & Link go around to strange local businesses in California and produce crazy commercials for them.

Still, I enjoyed this. I guess the show is better than I thought it was going to be.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
5 stars?

NOPE! It's just Chuck Testa.
Squeamish
This is like something produced from a fever dream.
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