One man has become the unwitting star of assorted prank texts promising breaking information about the COVID-19 crisis.
Apparently those anonymous shipments aren't always anonymous, so please send your chocolate genitalia respectfully and responsibly.
The joke's been done before.
"True to character, the healthy, hipster Mr. Avo Head will sport a man bun and well-groomed beard, trendy sneakers, skinny jeans and will be listening to all the latest beats."
‘Where in the Hell is the Lavender House? The Longmont Potion Castle Story’ premieres in New York on March 19.
Maravilla said he made the poster when he realized that there were “literally no Asians” in any pictures that were hanging in that restaurant.
His live show is an hour-long, unrehearsed mishmash, including a dance-off between little people, haircuts for his fans, and jousting matches onstage.
Signs are popping up everywhere from Atlanta to Oklahoma claiming that the California burger chain is on its way.
"They're like, ‘Here, drink this!’ And you do it and you're like, ‘What the fuck?’
Psychologist Robby Strong, who claims to be behind the prank, hopes his frat boy antics will inspire activism.
All for that sweet, sweet internet glory.