Been a while since I did this, and I felt the need for a jolt of that special social media happiness this morning, so here we go!
Hrithik! Advertising perfume? I don’t get it. Am I supposed to buy the perfume because it will smell as good as he looks?
Speaking of looks, there is NO WAY someone who looks like Hrithik drinks Mountain Dew. I say, the bottle is really filled with water!
Harsh has pants? I think that’s the point of this video?
And Harsh has a better life than us? Is that the point of this video?
Cute cute Dips and Ranveer add that also makes me want to buy an air conditioner!
And this, which makes me want to buy….sweatpants? What’s happening?
I thought Sonam Kapoor was a ditz but nobody can match Harsh.
I just don’t understand the video. It’s pants? Just pants?
Shouldn’t they close the door when they run the air conditioning?
I assumed it was a door within a door within their Massive House.
The most I know about the second Dips and Ranveer video is that it’s a combination of two Tik Tok trends. The first is called the Silhouette Challenge, which is usually a solo thing. You can definitely find some compilations on YouTube, but the whole thing is kind of raunchy, just warning you. Here’s a fan edit of how it most likely should have ended.
The second part, I don’t actually know what it’s called, but it’s in my head as “two polar opposite people are actually best friends”. The whole thing just kind of feels like “older millenials trying really hard to be in tune with gen z culture and just making it awkward and weird”. But they’re cute for trying. The air conditioner ad is cavity inducing.
Thank goodness we have a Generation Z correspondent at DCIB to explain it to us! And also, that fan edit is SMOKING HOT.
On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 4:46 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:
I think, actually, depending on who you ask, I just make millenial. I’ve seen things that say 1996 is the cutoff, and I’m 1995. But when you teach the teenagers, you learn these things, even if this is too raunchy to discuss in school and I discovered this on my own.