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For anyone who loathes those horrible YouTube "social experiments," today is a glorious day.

Adrian Gee filmed a "social experiment" where he pretended to be a blind man to see if people would be dishonest when he asked for change. But the video was found to be a total lie when actors who said they were hired to be in the video came forward.

In a delightfully cringe-worthy video above, a journalist from TodayTonight called him out in a TV interview. Gee continued to lie and say the video was real, and then ended the interview abruptly.

But he did have something to say in a lengthy YouTube comment where he basically says that he lied, but it was all to troll TV networks.

I came up with the idea and thought it'd turn out to be an interesting video to shoot IF I could get a just a few people to take my $50. I contemplated on going to a bad area (which could be considered as 'The Hood' for anyone reading from the U.S) to shoot to get the reactions I needed but I took a second thought and thought to myself 'Why risk going out in 'The Hood' to lose some cash when I could just grab a few actors and get the shots that would be needed' So I decided to try it out and put a casting call out for actors to shoot a social experiment. I asked a few actors that applied and asked them if they were down and a majority of them were interested and enthused about the idea.

He continues...

After the video was up I have had a majority of the actors involved message me saying they loved the video it wasn't until I accepted invitations from the media for TV interviews that is when all of this went south. I had the top 3 TV networks in Australia basically fighting over me pressing for a TV interview. Initially I wasn't going to do any but then I reconsidered and thought to myself 'Why not?' as most of the stuff they put out to air are all lies what difference will this make. After all this is just a silly YouTube video that's intended to make you think. I basically 'trolled' everyone through the interviews via Channel 7 & Channel 9 (Channel 10 were smart and pretty much knew the video was staged and decided to back out from the interview).

SUUUUUREEEEE...Adrian Gee. How about this?

You were caught in a lie and your other dumb videos are probably fake, too.

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Here we go again...

YouTuber and cut-rate Jenna Marbles, Nicole Arbour, just posted a new video titled "Dear Black People." This will go well.

Arbour is mostly know for her last very offensive video, "Dear Fat People," which launched passionate responses from people all across the Internet who were outraged over her comments about overweight people.

In her latest video, Arbour continues to bring her juvenile humor and shock-for-the-sake-of-shock antics.

"What the KKK do and have done in the history of the world is completely f*cked up not OK. However, they are proof that the white people invented the hoodie."
She does actually hit on some important topics, like the school-to-prison pipeline and unfair incarceration based on minor drug offenses.

But that message gets lost. Because she is Nicole Arbour.

And she is insufferable.

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In the most recent episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", Jerry Seinfeld teamed up Internet weirdo and YouTube star Miranda Sings.

The character, created by comedian Colleen Ballinger in 2008, performs awkward music covers and wears too much lipstick, much to the delight/dismay of her millions of subscribers.

This is the first time an Internet celebrity has been on the show, and she didn't break character the entire episode - or drink any coffee for that matter.

Most recently, the two also appeared on "The Tonight Show" to play Pictionary, and all of it was pure comedic gold.

That's gold Jerry! Gold!

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YouTuber Tommy Edison sheds a light on the communication gap between the sighted and the blind when it comes to describing and perceiving colors.

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