The dating game parody ideas
This is the form students completed and here are the images she linked to the form using an augmented reality program called Aurasma. Finding out that Susan used the Dating Game concept was neat, realizing that she made it absolutely brilliant made me a bit giddy and thankful that the education profession is full of people who develop, adapt and share.
Nathan for You, Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder's quasi-reality-show-cum-absurdist-comedy on Comedy Central, is truly a one-of-a-kind television program.
For Him: Tight black jeans rolled at the bottom, Converse style sneakers, a tight white T-shirt and a black leather jacket . For Her: Tight leather pants or leggings, hot red heels, and a tight off the shoulder black top! For Him: White T-shirt with black dots drawn or taped on, a leash necklace (if you desire) and black pants.
For more effect, use body paint to draw on a nose and whiskers. A wig would really help pull it together but if you don’t have time, no worries!
As I often do, I shared the initial concept on my tumblr site (also below) and then sent it out to the world via Twitter.
The following week, I gave my students this homework assignment for a long weekend (after explaining the concept of the Dating Game as it was foreign to my 9th graders).
You can really choose ANY character from the game and recreate their facial features. ” and along the bottom border of the frame, write the name of the character you are recreating. For BOTH: Clear umbrellas , LED lights and strips of fabric or streamers. For BOTH: Use yellow duct tape, to tape streets on a long sleeve T-shirt.
Nathan's idea to sell the unpopular Marky Sparky product Doink-It by essentially bullying children and calling them "babies" is met with resistance by Rappaport from the beginning — and by the segment's end, Rappaport is outright hostile to Nathan.Decorate your hat to look like the birds face as seen in the game and throw on a feather boa! Lastly, create a box out of poster board to frame your face.This HAS to be one of my favorite ideas on the list! Across the top border of the frame write “Guess Who?A dark, malevolent take on entrepreneurial fixer-upper shows such as Bar Rescue and Kitchen Nightmares, Nathan for You features Fielder giving advice to real-life business owners — specifically, advice so wrongheaded (and, at times, questionably legal) that you wonder why the business owners in question agree to go along with his off-kilter plans.The answer, of course, is easy: Appearing on TV is in itself its own free press.