Ding dong, the morons are on …
During the latest edition of Fox News’ “Watters World” which aired Saturday, host Jesse Watters calmly maintained his demeanor as two goofballs tried but failed to hijack his show by talking about their genitalia. Yes, their genitalia, i.e., their “dongs.”
The brief clip of their appearance seen below shows Watters first talking to them about their Super Bowl party plans, but immediately after the two, identified on-screen as Chad Kroeger and J.T. Parr, detail their plans, Kroeger then cuts in to make an announcement.
(Source: Fox News)
“There is actually an announcement that J.T. and I, we want to make to the world. We have small dongs,” Kroeger says, prompting Watters to burst out laughing.
“Yeah, there’s an epidemic of dudes out there who feel bad about their weiners, and dudes, you don’t have to,” Parr then cuts in as Waters reaches his finger out to his right ear to indicate he’s receiving instructions from the studio monitors. “I have a small dong, and it’s dank, and I stand with you.”
Instead of getting angry or ending the segment early, Watters then interrupts the two to explain some basic facts about live television to them.
“Guys, you can’t come on live shows and talk about your dongs. You can’t do it,” he says.
But Parr completely ignores him and goes on talking further about his “dong.”
“But it’s serious dude,” he says. “We’re sorry, but we just want people to know it’s all good, dude,” he says.
“Yeah, you don’t have to feel shame, and we’re celebrating it,” Kroeger adds.
As Parr tries again to continue talking about his “dank dong,” Watters then successfully steers the conversation back to sanity by asking the two for their Super Bowl predictions.
The discussion ends with Kroeger encouraging other men with small “dongs” to stop by his and Parr’s “rager” if “you’re cruising.”
“Unbelievable!” Watters exclaims as the segment concludes. It appears that Fox News producers didn’t find it amusing, as it was cut from the 2 am airing of the show.
Shocking, right? But the two have been on Watters program previously. It turns out the two, identified by Fox News as the “Party Bros,” are regular guests who appear from time to time on “Watters World” to offer their admittedly amusing commentary on ongoing issues.
Take for instance their commentary on the Nunes memo:
Yeah, that really happened.
So did the “Watters World” episode below in which the two commented on the anti-Trump op-ed published last year in The New York Times by a secret member of the Trump administration:
Yeah, that too really happened.
The duo even once offered their brilliant commentary on the president’s trip last year to California:
Their first appearance occurred back in 2017 when the two comedians became famous for appearing before the Los Angeles City Council as two “surfer bros” and reportedly testifying against a city plan to crack down on house parties.
“Kroeger, who spoke with a Jeff Spicoli-inspired accent, recounted one high school party where he downed a ‘tall can of Bud Light,’ an experience that later gave him the confidence to ask a girl to prom, he said,” the Los Angeles Times reported.
“‘House parties were the bedrock of my development as a young man in San Clemente,’ said a sincere-sounding Kroeger. His pal, J.T. Parr, testified that the country’s deep divisions could be solved with ‘a fricking rager.'”
Watch their original appearance on FNC below:
Since then, they’ve become a staple on “Watters World” as per the hilarious goofball characters they play and their stunningly nonsensical commentary.
After their latest appearance, however, it’s not clear whether they’ll be back again because talking about “dongs” on live television is a big no-no.
But in case you like their style of comedy, you can always follow them on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
If you check their tweets and retweets, in fact, you’ll find that they’ve also been on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show.
— Going Deep with Chad and Jt (@goingdeepchadjt) September 27, 2019
“Orange County’s Chad Kroeger and JT Parr have been taking their Spicoli-inspired community activist act across the country,” The Intertia reported last October. “What started out as hilarious viral city council speeches in Orange County, exercising their first amendment right on issues like house party reform and lobbying for a statue of the late Paul Walker turned into a nationwide tour of activism, landing the pair a short hosting stint on a WSL Facebook show, appearances on national news networks, and a pretty solid online following.”
“But now they’ve really hit it big. According to Chad, he’s had a photo of Ellen Degeneres on his ‘vision board’ the whole time, alongside his inspiration to get scooters into the Olympics…and a reminder to renew his passport. So what do you do when you finally land on one of the biggest daytime shows in all of television? Dive into a philosophical discussion on the meaning of stoke. Duh.”
Watch the full appearance below:
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