What do you do when you become a comedic superstar? Take advantage of it.
I found out about Bill Murray's antics one night after telling the story I heard about Emma Watson in college (see my earlier post). Kyle, a friend of mine, told me the story of his friend that happened one early morning outside of Union Square.
Kyle's friend (let's call him Damien) bought hash browns from a nearby Dunkin Donuts and was waiting to cross a street. As he waited for the light to change, a hand reached over his shoulder and grabbed a hash brown.
The hand moved in one smooth motion, like grabbing a toothpick from the complimentary bin at a hostess's stand. Damien turned to confront his hash brown burglar and ended up staring Bill Murray in the face.
Bill Murray finished eating the hash brown and looked square into his vitcim's face. "No one will ever believe you."
And, he walked away.
Can anyone else really pull it off with being a major d bag? I doubt it. Bill knows it too, and has a monopoly on these candid moments of comedic gold. Don't take my word for it, take the interenet's. . .