We think that Anthony Bourdain got his Internet terminology a bit mixed-up (or possibly just happened to be of an older generation) when he went on Zagat’s Google Hangout last week to take questions from his fans. In this behind-the-scenes footage, Jacqueline Wasilczyk asks him what he thought of the experience, and Bourdain responds sadly that there was a noticeable lack of mentally deranged social outcasts.
“Surprisingly, [there were] a low percentile of potential serial killers,” he said, amazed. “I mean, at first, it was kind of promising. I thought there’d be a cellar full of dead pets, and tinfoil hats, but no — everyone seemed well-adjusted, and had good questions. I was a little disappointed.”
Mr. Bourdain, we think you may have gotten Google Hangout mixed up with ChatRoulette. Google Hangout is where presidents go to take questions from people. ChatRoulette is where men dress like Carly Rae Jepsen and do this, as well as more worse things.
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