Morgan Freeman Narrates a Random Man Walking With a Selfie Stick and It's Everything You Need Today

The actor was on Jimmy Kimmel Live when he decided to watch an individual on the street trying to take a selfie

By Samantha Schnurr Aug 05, 2016 1:38 PMTags

It's this random man's lucky day because his life is about to be narrated by Morgan Freeman

While on the couch of Jimmy Kimmel's late night show, the Oscar winner was given the task of narrating a random man's life while he was unknowingly walking on the street. Boy, were we all in for a treat. 

The stranger in question was dressed in a red checkered shirt armed with a selfie stick. "Perfect Selfie Paul, that's what we called him," Freeman said smoothly behind the camera. "How he loved that selfie stick!" 

After watching the man search for good selfie lighting to no avail, he walked off camera and we thought the end of Freeman's award-worthy narration had arrived prematurely. Fortunately, everyone had gotten ahead of themselves as the stranger reappeared—only this time, there was another selfie stick in sight. 

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"Look who it is! Another selfie stick guy," Morgan pointed out. "Selfie Stick Sam."

However, the frank legend called it like he saw it with this concluding NSFW line. "Just two grown ass men taking pictures of themselves on a f--king stick." We could not have said it better ourselves. 

Fans once had the chance to have the icon narrate their very own lives when he partnered up with Google's navigation app Waze in February to lend his signature velvety voice to the road.

Posed as his character U.S. Vice President Trumbull in the movie London Has Fallen, the actor spoke to the driver as though they were the president. Unfortunately, his term of duty on the app has ended, so we'll all just have to watch this clip on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to tide us over until his next big film—or watch Bruce Almighty for the 100th time. 

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