One of the worst things about modern culture is how far people will go when it comes to doing thoughtless/stupid/cruel things for the sake of going viral. Instagram and TikTok are chock full of “influencers” whose popularity relies solely on the “pranks” they pull on unsuspecting people who really want no part of their nonsense. Take Corbin Millet, for example — despite being a grown man who really should know better, he thought it would be absolutely hilarious to cover every square inch of his parents’ kitchen in peanut butter. He’s been rewarded 40 million views for it, as well.
All peanut butter was eatin by doggies🐕
- Corbin Millet’s peanut butter prank is but one of many. While it may be his most extreme “joke” yet, he’s been sharing videos of himself messing with his poor parents on a regular basis. The 19-year-old can’t get enough of making their lives a living hell, it seems.
- He first posted the video back in August. At that point, the video got 14 million views. However, his TikTok account was banned not long after. He then re-launched a new account, and the peanut butter video has done even better than before. “I needed to start my new account with a bang,” he said.
- Yes, it took a whole lot of peanut butter. Corbin Millet used 28 pounds of peanut butter to cover every square inch of his parents’ kitchen over seven hours. However, he did mention that he cleaned it all up himself, which took him an additional three to four hours.
- Needless to say, Millet’s parents weren’t very pleased. In a follow-up video, he captured the minute his dad came downstairs to see what he’d done. “Corbin! You sick f–k! We’re going to get ants, you d**khead,” he says. Millet later shared that his mom “was pissed and left.”
- They’re pretty sick of his sh*t by now. Corbin Millet and his peanut butter prank are on thin ice with his parents. He says that he’s “been kicked out a few times” but claims his parents chilled out a bit when they realized he’d gone viral. Because I’m sure that’s what all parents want for their children.
- Millet has no plans on stopping anytime soon. While not everyone thinks what he’s doing is a good thing, Millet thinks he’s on the right track. “A lot of people are comparing me to Bam Margera, which is amazing to be compared to someone like that so, I think the people are liking my style of videos or else I wouldn’t get this many views all the time,” he said. If only these kids realized that internet fame is meaningless and fleeting. Good luck to him getting a job at 23 when his viewers grow up and move on.
It was at this moment that he knew