Who wouldn't want to be friends with these two goofballs?!
In late January, Omaze charity announced that they are going to offer one lucky fan and friend the chance to fly to Los Angeles to hang out with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. All it requires is a $10 minimum donation and (we'll say it again) luck. All proceeds from this experience will benefit the actors' charities Eastern Congo Initiative and Water.org, so to help boost the contest, the two besties attempted to film a promotional video.
Except they ended up just taking digs at each other the entire time, which is totally cool, because it was entertaining for us.
While explaining what the winner will get to experience, Affleck said, "It'll be like a best friend double date."
"It'll be like just us, hanging out, taking selfies, talking about how the Sox are gonna do," Damon began to say before his pal cut in and added, "Or, if you have more sophisticated interests, we could talk about 19th century literature or the current state of politics in the Middle East..."
"Or if you don't wanna have the s--t bored out of you by Ben," Damon interjected. "We could maybe switch it around and ask you some questions, like where are you from? What are you into? Do you have any pets?"
And Affleck came back around with, "Or I could ask you some more meaningful questions like what are your hopes and dreams? What are you fears?"
Anyway, you get the hint. These two continue going back-and-forth with each other, ultimately taking cracks at each other's movies (like saying that Ben's eye twitches every time you mention Gigli) and even knocking on Damon's height (ouch!).
Omaze is a charity famous for giving anyone the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences that also support social missions. "You and your BFF will be flown to Los Angeles to hang out with Ben and Matt at an exclusive Hollywood event as their personal VIP guests! You'll mingle with the stars and learn what it's like to act, write, win Oscars and just be awesome," the charity stated when they first announced the contest, which ends on Feb. 18.
"It's great to be working with Matt again. It was a little awkward after he didn't get the Robin role, so we couldn't be more excited," Affleck had said of the opportunity. Damon followed up with, "Yeah, that was tough, but I still have the costume from my audition, so I'm hoping I can wear it when we meet the winners."