‘Kung Fu Grandpa’ Video Goes Viral Thanks to Hilarious Commentator

Melissa Knowles
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When something really funny happens, you don't just want to enjoy all the fun by yourself. You want to share it with friends so they can get a good chuckle, too.

Luckily for Rev. Aamon Miller, he was able to record a funny scene in the parking lot of a Food Lion Supermarket in Richmond, Virginia. In the video, a man stands beside a pickup truck, nunchucks in hand, having some fun practicing his nunchuck skills. The video, titled "Kung Fu Grandpa in the Food Lion parking lot!," was uploaded to YouTube Friday, and it has already attracted more than 5.5 million views.

So why are so many people tuning in? It's not just for the impressive nunchuck skills. It may have something to do with Miller's hilarious commentary throughout the video. He begins, "Yeah, what y'all know about getting your Kung Fu nunchuck panda on in the parking lot of the local Food Lion? Get it, my man!" He goes on to describe the man with the nunchucks, joking that the man would "whoop a fool upside his head." Miller continues, "I'm out here practicing, getting ready for Easter Sunday. Jesus is gonna rise up. I'm gonna whoop the devil, right out here in the parking lot."

Toward the end of the video, the man with the nunchucks attempts a behind-the-back, toss-in-the-air trick, but he fails miserably and appears to injure his finger in the process. Defeated, he gets back in his pickup truck.

Viewers are loving Miller's take on what he captures on video. One commenter wrote, "I can't stop watching this and cracking up ... the commentary is hilarious."

In case you think you recognize "Kung Fu Grandpa's" sick moves, maybe you saw this entry for the Doritos "Crash the Superbowl" contest. According to Miller, this is the same man featured in that video. Even if he's not, he's still fun to watch, but, boy, is Miller even more fun to listen to.

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