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Mac Dreidel is back with another helping of Real or Fake from eBaum's World. This week, we have a special edition of the segment that involves nothing but fails. We have a trip into a pool, a massive heel slip and a selfie rap gone wrong. The group is split on the final video.
What do you think? Is the last one real or fake?
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Jared decided to take a selfie by train tracks during a trip to Peru. He, however, captured something a little more shocking when the train zoomed by and the conductor kicked him in the head. The video went incredibly viral with many awaiting the good ol' Jimmy Kimmel "Gotcha Internet!" But at RTM we had the chance to Skype with Jared who swears it's 100% real and no Jimmy Kimmel hoax. What do you think?
We've heard the old phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but maybe that should be "beauty is in the mind of the beholder" instead. "Dove® on YouTube is about promoting positive self-esteem and helping women feel good about their unique inner and outer beauty." That's what the "About" section states on Dove's YouTube channel, and that's what their "Real Beauty" ad campaigns aim to reflect, but their latest ad has stirred up some controversy. The ad features women who experienced an interesting placebo effect after wearing "Dove: Patches" for two weeks, being told that they contained a compound that would make them feel more beautiful. People are pointing out the irony, however, of a company using the idea of "real beauty" to sell their beauty products.
Mac Dreidel is back again for some Real or Fake from eBaum's World. This week's feature includes a talking and apprehensive bird, an old man with awesome beer balance, and a dancing security guard. The crew is split on a few of these. What do you think?
Are these real or fake?
Remember the emergency brake? Yeah, me neither. A necessity in manual cars, but now it's just that random pedal on the left, or the obscure ejector-seat-looking lever in the center console. Well, apparently they're still useful. Watch as a FedEx truck in Columbia, Tennessee drives up hill only to slowly roll back down as the driver attempts to stop it before it narrowly misses a house and crashes into a yard! Even the dogs nearby seem to be saying, "Set the E-brake dude!". We reached out to FedEx who verified that the video is real. The company is working directly with the property owner to patch things up.
Mac Dreidel is back just in time for April Fools with some Real or Fake from eBaum's World. In clip one, a pair of friends scared their pal right out of his chair. In clip two, a man caught an odd light in the sky that fell to the ground.
What do you think? Are they real or fake?