That’s actually Dennis Rodman. He gets blown up by Kim Jong-un in this Pistachios commercial, and I’m confused: I thought they were friends?
Also confusing, this Rodman line:
“The secret to world peace is: pistachios.”
Which, if we’re being honest, is a little less confusing than the Associated Press’s latest article about Rodman and North Korea, on November 20, featuring lines such as:
Dennis Rodman wants to belly up to the bar with some friends and order a shot of peace talks.
He believed his latest proposal is just the tonic needed to ease tension between the United States and North Korea.
“Everyone knows (President Barack) Obama drinks beer,” Rodman said. “But you know what? I’m pretty sure he does have a cocktail here or there. I’d love to see him with a ‘Bad Ass Vodka’ shot in his hand, toasting to Kim Jong (Un) and me.
Those are the first three paragraphs. What happened to the world we recognize?
Truly bizarre. I don’t see how N. Korea can possibly appreciate a commercial showing their leader blowing up one of his personal friends.
It reminds me of the bizarre commercial from the UK a couple of years ago where a classroom teacher pressed a button to blow up children who doubted man-made global warming.