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Strangers Shower Together: First Kiss Parody. The latest viral video art piece showing human behavior that's really a paid ad! 21 strangers shower together and things get awkward.
SHOWERERS (in order of appearance):
Alison Klemp - @alisonklemp
Evan Jones - @frodeziac
Ryan E. Hoffman - Twitter/Instagram: @HoffSmash
Meg Carriero - @MegCarriero
Craig Mahoney - Twitter: @CraigMahoney Instagram: @YerOlePalCraiggers
Nick Ruggia - Twitter: @NickRuggia Instagram: @Rujigga
Krystyna Hutchinson - @krystynahutch
Gabe Morales - @MoralesGaBe
Julie Kottakis - @theweirdjulie
with Joseph Russell as "The Director"
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Ryan E. Hoffman & Nick Ruggia
EDITED BY: Steve Thompson & Ryan E. Hoffman
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Matt Grego
SOUND OP: Benjamin Cannel
SOUND DESIGN: Josh Heilbronner
PAs: Cordelia Celeste Ruggia, Tara Millette
How? Seriously, how at this point where the video has been out to close to 4 years are people not reading the first line of the description of the video that says it's a parody before commenting? FFS...
All these people in the comments are like "omg this is so fake!!" But I realized super soon that they're obviously making fun of those strangers do "whatever" together videos, this was actually really funny lol
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