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When You Don’t Have any Idea of What You’re Talking About

When it comes to opening your mouth in general, I have a personal rule that I think ...

When it comes to opening your mouth in general, I have a personal rule that I think everybody would be a lot happier If they adhered to. Now, you can call it conceited if you want, but I think that, if you don’t know what you’re talking about, it’s a lot better for everybody including yourself if you just don’t say anything at all instead of just making things up. In the long run, not only will you save yourself from looking dumb in front of other people who were directly next to you but, you can ultimately save yourself from ending up on a news report and looking like you have absolutely no idea which end is up. It’s not a bad thing if you don’t know about the topic at hand, that is, until you act like you do.

In this quick clip, we catch up with somebody who is talking a little bit about a Nissan Skyline and really appears to be kind of in the dark about what’s going on with the car. I’m not sure if it’s because the person talking about the car really has no idea what the machine is all about or if she is just simply nervous because there is a news camera rolling, but in any situation, what came out of he mouth ended up being complete word vomit that really didn’t make that much sense at all.

Follow along down in the clip below that shows the news report that didn’t end up having that smooth effect that they had probably all anticipated. How this one made it to the air, we can’t really be sure but, I think this one should’ve probably ended up on the blooper reel instead. After getting a load of this clip for yourself, be sure to tell us what you think of the botch and what the meaning of it all really is.





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