Your call, really.
"Phil is a recovering print journalist, editor of Android Central, subtitles and street signs."
Simon Sage says:
Awesome, but I don't get why GSP is going by Dr. Paul. I'm sure there's a good reason.
The only reason I can see GSP in this video is that he somehow knows the video's producer Patrick Boivin (both Quebecers).
Can figure out the Dr. Paul part though...
GSP wouldn't be doing an unboxing. He was playing the roll of a made up character for Google.
The hell was that?
forever29, I 2nd that, what the hell?
I will open mine in the garage. wow
Hmmm. Not really sure what to say about that. I'm a huge UFC fan and a huge Android fan so I guess it's pretty cool.
Nexus 7, so easy to use that even a a beaten-up ninja can use it!
That was awesome.
what. the. hell? that was so far from funny or quirky or anything else but weird. why the f*** did he put it down his pants? there were so many things wrong with that I wish I could unwatch it.
That was awesome. More unboxing videos need to be like this. I'm going to start a Kickstarter to get Phil a pair of nunchuks! Who's going to help fund it?
Right? I thought it was awesome. So many people are bitching about the dumbest things. This is the vibe I get from these neckbeards.
Best. Unboxing. Ever.
Agreed. All unboxings should be like that. How about putting on your Ninja suit Phil??
Canadians' love two things Hockey and GSP. Google, you are an advertising genius. All of Canada will have a Nexus 7 just because this commercial...lmaf
Well, I didn't want one before, but NOW I do... LOL!
so full of awesome!
Not the strangest unboxing video I have seen today...
Johnny Chimpo says:
No interactive features like previous ninja unboxings... The one where you could beat up the comments section with nunchucks was the best.
If i was him I would have just given them the tablet. A $200 tablet isnt worth $1000 in damage :)
Sooo. Open it outside when it comes. Gotcha.
Picked none up at GameStop today.
Certainly not a traditional unboxing video. It's off the wall, funny, unconventional (like I said)...in other words, Googley.
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