Watch Chris Hardwick’s promise to Emma Stone: “I will never shit on your feet”

By | August 26, 2011 at 4:54 pm | 4 comments | Audio/Video, News | Tags: , , ,

By now, you’ve no doubt seen Jim Carrey’s video love letter to actress Emma Stone. In it, he all-too-earnestly (or jokingly?) professes his love for the much-younger Stone, whilst pointing out the fact that he (Carrey) is not the appropriate age for her. We talked a little about it yesterday. It’s obviously gone viral (nearly 700,000 views as of this posting) and has already spawned a handful of parody responses. But this one from comedian Chris Hardwick, who just posted it on Funny Or Die, really nails it. And Honestly, though Hardwick, too, is older than the Easy A actress — she’s 22; Hardwick is 39 — I think she’d be better off with a dude who promises never to murder or cook her. Amiright?

He also makes this promise: “I’d take you to drug stores and help you pick out your ever-changing hair color. Burnt Sienna is my favorite.” Emma, don’t be stupid. Seize the day. And to the rest of you reading this: check out the video below. You may want to use headphones; the audio is a tad soft.

And for reference, here’s Carrey’s original video:

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  • http://twitter.com/recycle2011 Recycle 2011

    Emma stone is such a great actress! Interestingly, I found a video that makes a parody out of Jim Carrey’s video for her. You might want to check it out. It’s super funny! http://youtu.be/dkf6U-EEJeQ

  • Garypreston

    Snooze. There’s a reason why Jim Carrey makes mega-millions and is considered a comedy legend. An innovator does something first, then all the wannabes “parody” that to get attention. Let’s see if Hardwick or Kathy Griffin can ever come up with something on their own that’s worthy enough for OTHERS to parody. Yeah, probably not. 

    • Dylan Gadino

      Jim Carrey makes mega millions because he appeals to the masses– mostly easily swayed, lazy thinkers looking for a quick, disposable laugh. That’s what makes money. It’s harder to package a unique, innovative voice and shit it out into the mainstream. Chris Hardwick has a huge body of work, is an incredibly versatile performer and writer and is highly respected in the comedy world. He’s hardly a wannabe.

      • Garypreston

        I got nothing against Hardwick but he would trade places with Carrey in a second if he could. In Living Color wasn’t appealing to the masses. There’s a reason why Carrey went from that show to the stardom he has now: Talent and originality. If Carrey hosted Singled Out, I might have stopped staring at Jenny McCarthy’s knockers (for a few seconds, anyway).

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