A TikTok Idiot Spilled A Bunch Of Milk And Cereal On The NYC Subway

May 15, 2020 / Posted by:

Today in douchebags, TikTok idiot Josh Popkin, better known by his 3.3 million followers as @fckjoshy, incurred the wrath of the Internet when he purposely dumped a giant bin of milk and cereal on the NYC subway. Hmmm, looks like licking toilets to get corona is officially passé.

Obviously this “prank” made a huge, wet Fruity Pebbles mess, getting milk on a bunch of passengers (many of whom could be essential workers on their way to their jobs). While the unmasked dumbass pretended to clean up, everyone switched cars. Then @fckjoshy (seriously, fuck Joshy) strolled away, leaving the disaster to be cleaned by more essential workers. How thoughtful.

Despite getting 240,000 likes on TikTok (really, kids today!), people on Twitter and the MTA were not impressed with this wannabe Logan Paul’s stunt:

 

The real crime is anyone thinking this crap passes as comedy. WHERE ARE THE JOKES?

So what do you do when you’re Public Enemy #1? Hide in shame? Delete your accounts? Get thee to therapy and/or rehab on daddy’s dime? Naaaw, Josh just did what attention whores do, and tried to get more attention. He posted a BS “apology” on YouTube, which was really just another pass at “comedy”. In it he lists “the 50 most hateful comments” about his cereal stunt. Wow, must have been a hard list to pare down.

But maybe I’m wrong. Maybe this young man really did learn the error of his— ohhhh, he immediately posted another video? And this one has a racist joke? Never mind! And people, please don’t click that link, you’ll end up strangling your lamp like I did (RIP my flickery metal friend).

Pic: Twitter

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