Watch These People Worship a Vending Machine (Video)
Jul 12, 2012 11:21
It was only a matter of time before the machines decided to show us humans who's boss. This video from Australian snack maker Fantastic Delites is a fun social experiment that demonstrates just how far some folks would go for free snacks:
As you can see, not only were the consumers forced to continually press on the giant red button hundreds of times, some were obliged to follow ridiculous instructions like “Kneel on the ground” and “Bow to the almighty one” or hopping on one leg. Do you think they know (or cared) that this was all being filmed for the rest of the world to see? So if you find your dignity is worth more than a bag of crinkle-cut rice snacks, then maybe it's a sign that its time to check into fast-food rehab.
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