Nathan Fielder, host of Comedy Central's Nathan For You, has been performing funny experiments on Twitter in which he asks his followers to text terrible things to their loved ones and post the response, and he has a new one today in which he asked people to text their parents for STD advice. Fielder wrote, "Experiment: text your parents "If you think u gave someone an STD is it illegal not to tell them? Asking for a friend." Then tweet response," and we have a collection of the best responses below:
Last week, Nathan Fielder, star of Comedy Central's Nathan For You, asked his Twitter followers to play a prank on their parents by "accidentally" sending them a text about a drug deal and quickly following it up with "Sorry ignore that txt. Not for you." Dozens of kids followed suit and ruined their parental relationships for the sake of posting a picture of the text message conversation on Twitter, but now Nathan Fielder has stepped up to the plate to set things right.
Over the weekend, Fielder tweeted out his phone number so he can personally explain the joke to parents, writing, "If your parents are mad & [...]
Comedy Central's new comedy Nathan for You is one of the funniest on TV, and yesterday afternoon, its star Nathan Fielder wrote a tweet that is quickly destroying parent-child relationships all across America. Fielder tweeted, "Experiment: text your parents 'got 2 grams for $40' then right after 'Sorry ignore that txt. Not for you' Then tweet pic of their response." Dozens of his fans followed his suggestion and sent their parents those two text messages, and the responses are pretty amusing and maybe almost worth all the people they're upsetting.
Check out some images of the best parent/child Nathan Fielder drug dealer text messages below (via Uproxx):
Comedy Central’s new show, Nathan For You, has almost totally flown under our cultural radar. It received few reviews, and no review from a popular outlet. This is a mistake not only because the show is consistently funny and intelligent, but because it features a type of comedy rare these days: a sort of absurdist, incoherent, and mundane humor that actually works. In a sense, I'd describe this as pure comedy with no ulterior or secondary motives besides getting a laugh. Humor, even if we like to think otherwise, most often works within an ulterior purpose or function. Some find humor insightful, others wise, cathartic or satirical, and others [...]