Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Kimmel Show Tricks Coachella Hipsters Into Digging Bands That Don't Exist

Posted By on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 4:33 PM

In a way, I can't blame these poor folks who were tricked so handily by the Jimmy Kimmel Live! folks, because let's face it: there are an absolute shit-ton of bands at Coachella each year. Of the bands listed on this big-ass poster, I recognized roughly a third of the names on there — and less than a third of those were the guys listed in small type.

Thus, I can't blame the hipsters featured in this video for the fact that they fell for band names like "The Chelsea Clintons" — but I will fault them for still using phrases like "for sure," because I'm judgemental about the way people speak despite my insistence in using "word" as an affirmative.

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