12.28.2006

Free Hugs

I saw this on the invention called the television over Christmas. Amazingly, as of this moment, it has been viewed 8,306,694 on YouTube.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it is high time we begin a federally funded "War on Free Hugs" program in this country...maybe in 20 or 30 years we can stamp out this ever growing problem. I hear that it is taking a toll on rural communities who lack the funding to seriously control this epidemic.

Anonymous said...

The hug is so creepy.

mzchief said...

IF that video does NOT make you SMiLE while watching it NOTHING will!

TXsharon said...

Ripping this off. Thanks Barry.

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness, I agree with Mzchief. Very sweet and moving. We need more of this in the world.

Anonymous said...

That is GAY.

Anonymous said...

Hey,my wallet with my Benny Hinn contribution is missing.

Anonymous said...

The whole world needs to do that!

Anonymous said...

No...we need to stamp out this kind of nonsense before it takes on a life of its own! People could be killed or even worse!

Anonymous said...

Yes, we must "stay the course" if we want to be victorious in the "War on Free Hugs".

Anonymous said...

shut up, mzchief

Anonymous said...

A phony ploy invented by pickpockets.

Anonymous said...

Shut up squarehead!!

greta said...

Not the touchy, feely type here. It invades my space.

But if that's your thing, go for it.

Collectionsite said...

Barry ... Thank you. I thought this clip was great. Maybe the world could be just a little better if we hugged more.

Happy New Year Everyone :)

Anonymous said...

I love hugs!!

Anonymous said...

I am a hugger.

Anonymous said...

I love huggers!!

Anonymous said...

I say: hugs, not drugs! woohoo!

Anonymous said...

I do not want hugging forced upon me in public. If I don't believe in hugging, I shouldn't be subjected to it. It is against my personal rights as a member of the Nosqueezum Tribe of Central Texas. I feel violated and am now in constant fear that I will come upon one of the huggers and be approached. I need the ACLU to protect me.

Think Frustrated said...

This guy kind of ripped off the Dave Matthews Band's video for their song "Everyday." Same idea. This guy was in real life, though. I'd hug him, even though he looks like a cross between John Lennon, Jesus, and a homeless guy who lives under Lower Wacker Drive.