The internet is full of lies. In fact, the whole thing is lies. You can thank Rebecca Black for that. After Friday came out and she made like 62 gabillion dollars off that turd of a song a horrifying truth suddenly became clear. You can make a lot of money on the internet off things that are bad. Almost more, in fact, than you can by making something good. As a result, people have dedicated their lives to making things that are so mind bogglingly bad they demand our collective attention. God, we're dumb.
With that in mind, we submit for your consideration this commercial for Troy, a Russian/Polish/Greek/Etc family style restaurant in Staten Island.
So, that's a thing but here's the question: Is that genuinely bad or another case of intentional badness?
Clearly, in some way, the person who made this video knew what they were doing was ridiculous. I mean, c'mon. That actor...
Those aren't accidents. The Troy commercial was an inside job! Or was it? See, before you jump to the conclusion that the restaurant was in on this joke consider one more piece of evidence: Photos from Troy's real Facebook page of its actual patrons.
Does this guy look like he's joking?
And I suppose the performers at the grand opening of Troy were doing so ironically?
What about this roast sucking pig? Is it f***king around?!
No. No it's not.
CONCLUSION: We've all been trolled using, "Finest spices and open fire."