The “Birds Aren’t Real” Guy Trolled a Chicago News Station On Live TV And Puked

Birds Aren't Real

When you invite the “Birds Aren’t Real” guy on live TV and you’re almost certainly going to get trolled. WGN News in Chicago found that out the hard way.

In a clip that’s gone viral, Peter McIndoe — the 23-year-old creator of the faux conspiracy theory — fake vomits milk as he talks to the news anchors. At first, however, things seem normal in the interview. McIndoe talks about how “Gen Z is full of some amazing men, women, and children” (lol) “that are aiming for change and I think that is what our movement’s all about.”

But when the hosts try to interject with more questions, McIndoe fake voms what looks like milk out of a coffee cup.

“Oh my God, I’m so nervous, I’m so sorry,” McIndoe says through spit-up. Hilariously, the wretches and sticks to the bit as the anchors cut to the weather, unsure about what’s going on. It’s pretty great.

Listen, you invite the “Birds Aren’t Real” guy on live TV and you’re almost certainly going to get trolled. WGN News in Chicago found that out the hard way.

In a clip that’s gone viral, Peter McIndoe — the 23-year-old creator of the faux conspiracy theory — fake vomits milk as he talks to the news anchors. At first, however, things seem normal in the interview. McIndoe talks about how “Gen Z is full of some amazing men, women, and children” (lol) “that are aiming for change and I think that is what our movement’s all about.”

But when the hosts try to interject with more questions, McIndoe fake voms what looks like milk out of a coffee cup.

“Oh my God, I’m so nervous, I’m so sorry,” McIndoe says through spit-up. Hilariously, he wretches and sticks to the bit as the anchors cut to the weather, unsure about what’s going on. It’s pretty great.

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