I have a question for all the advertising agencies out there. How is this the first time the Apparently Kid has blessed me with his presence since his interview went viral? He should have had a job the second his auto-tuned interview hit the worldwide web. And how was the healthy pet food company the first ones to jump all over him? This kid is marketing gold. Just give the him a mic and a general idea of what he is selling and start counting your cash. He could sell beer to a mormon family. Typewriters to a tech company. Popular opinion to a hipster. If there is one thing Noah was blessed with, it is the gift of gab.
He already has better stage presence then most of the people on television. Sure theres a little bit of stuttering in there, but thats what you get with genuine improv. Noah is more fire flames than the amber mop a top his head.
This kid has the market cornered on green stripped polos by the way. His agent better be scouring department stores to find new shades of green for this kid to pull off. Part of me will die if I see this kid in the same shirt twice, or wearing anything but green stripes. Which brings me to my next point. Barring a drastic life change during his formative years, he will always be know as the Apparently Kid, right? A chubby kid named Noah with fiery red hair, a voice as distinct as the day is long, in his patented green striped shirts? Never change Noah, stay golden.
This kid is going to grow up and either become the best story teller ever, or the worst story teller ever. My money is on best, but it could really go either way. The ability to clamor on about nothing is useless without the development of some quick wit and the ability to deliver a punchline. However, if that mic drop is any indication this ginger has a bright, bright future…
P.S. Respect the attempted phone number plug, panties just dropped across the nation.
Now cue the motherfuckin' music...