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Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal and Other Hilarious Videos

Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal and Other Hilarious Videos

These take food humor to a whole new level

Ryan Gosling hates cereal!

Food humor is some of the best kind around. We’ve all heard some pretty incredible food jokes in our lives. People come up with the greatest puns about everything from tacos to popcorn. It takes a lot of creativity to come up with a killer food joke.

But food humor goes far beyond jokes, and even ventures into new mediums like video. These four videos are hilarious,awkward, and even a bit uncomfortable, but that’s part of what makes them so great. They even feature some big names like Ryan Gosling and Will Sasso for extra laughs. Check them out for some serious laughs.

Lemon Spurts

This compilation of Vines from comedian Will Sasso is shocking, weird, and completely gut-busting. This poor man is haunted by lemons, but he’s definitely made lemonade with these videos.

Tarako Pasta Sauce Commercial

We’ll admit that this commercial is more terrifying than funny, but it will make you laugh. We’re not sure how terrifying baby burritos make people want to eat pasta sauce, but we love the video anyway.

Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal

This is another Vine series that has taken off with countless variations, but the result is always the same. Ryan Gosling doesn’t want to eat cereal, so please stop trying to feed it to him!

Harvard Sailing Team – Boys Will Be Girls

This video is the work of comedy geniuses the Harvard Sailing Team. It highlights all the hilariously stereotypical food conversations that happens between girlfriends. Sure it’s ridiculous, but it’s great.

Ryan Gosling Proves He's a True Gentleman, Sends Flowers to Late Meme Creator's Girlfriend

Update, 5/7: As if eating the cereal wasn't a sweet enough gesture, Gosling has also sent flowers to McHenry's girlfriend, Joanne McGuinness. It's just futher proof that he's the best man on the planet.

My darling, flowers arrived today with a beautiful message about how wonderful you are. They were from Ryan Gosling.

Posted by Joanne McGuinness on Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Original Post, 5/5: Sweet, whimsical Canadian Ryan Gosling finally ate his cereal Monday, which, if you're familiar with the internet, is the equivalent of a 21-gun salute.

Scottish Vine mastermind Ryan McHenry, who created the meme Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal, died from bone cancer Sunday. In 2013, he posted a clip from Drive in which Gosling recoils from a spoon held up to the screen and quickly became a Web celebrity for the irreverent video.

Gosling uploaded his tribute to McHenry on Monday, accompanied by a touching tweet.

My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry's family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way.

&mdash Ryan Gosling (@RyanGosling) May 5, 2015

A fundraising page has been set up in McHenry's memory, with all proceeds going toward medical research.

Ryan Gosling's Response to the Famous Cereal Meme is Hilarious

In important Ryan Gosling news, the Drive star has changed the Internet with just one tweet.

During a Twitter Q&A for his new film Lost River, the 34-year-old actor decided to debunk the rumour that he doesn't like cereal - made famous by a series of memes first created by Ryan McHenry.

Responding to McHenry's Ryan Gosling won't eat his cereal meme, Gosling tweeted:

Well, this changes everything.

In 2013, McHenry told Metro UK, "As a filmmaker, I like to have a conclusion to things. The only conclusion I can see out of this whole thing is to have Ryan Gosling respond to this."

Though Gosling's response probably isn't quite what McHenry was hoping for, he's still hopeful they can be friends.

Meanwhile, the Crazy, Stupid Love star was also busy rejecting dozens of marriage proposals during his Q&A session. If there's one thing fans were dying to #AskRyan, it's for the heartthrob to accompany them down the aisle. Who could blame them?

Ryan Gosling

In December 2008, Gosling became the subject of single-topic Tumblr Fuck Yeah! Ryan Gosling, run by Douglas Reinhardt. [5] The first two posts were uncaptioned photos of the actor before the first "Hey girl" post [4] on December 19th, 2008. The original Tumblr blog was first featured on Jezebel [6] in January 2009.

2010 MTV Interview

The Ryan Gosling Tumblr meme did not take off until December 2010 when Gosling was asked to read several captions from image macros in an MTV [7] interview. That month, both the interview and links to the site were featured on NY Magazine's Vulture [8] , Perez Hilton [9] , Nerve [10] , Buzzfeed [11] , and the Washington Post. [12] In July 2011 [13] , MTV After Hours did a second interview with Gosling in which he read more instances of the image macro out loud.

Ryan Gosling Tumblr Blogs

The first derivative blog, Feminist Ryan Gosling [14] , were created in October 2011. It was highlighted on the Huffington Post [15] , Feministing [16] and TIME NewsFeed. [17] Over the next two months, a considerable number of spin-off single topic Tumblrs were created, covering a wide variety of academic and topical subjects including typography, film studies, medieval history, Shakespearean literature, biostatistics, feminism, international development and political science among others. The lists of these were compiled by Buzzfeed [22] , the HIP Genius blog [23] , the Social Times [24] , Read Write Web [25] in December 2011. The Daily Dot started the single topic Tumblr Gosblr [26] to compile links to Ryan Gosling themed blogs.

Feminist Ryan Gosling [14] Typographer Ryan Gosling [19] Ryan Gosling, Disneyland, Cats [20]
Silicon Valley Ryan Gosling [32] Shakespearean Ryan Gosling [33] Hey girl. I like the library too. [31]

Ryan Gosling Easter Egg Hunt

On April 8th, New York-based copywriter Jenna Livingston launched the Twitter feed @GoslingEaster [38] , which revealed clues to the location of 200 plastic Easter eggs filled with notes and photos allegedly written by Gosling and planted throughout Manhattan. Later, it was revealed that Gosling had no involvement with the Easter Egg hunt.

Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal

On April 22nd, 2013, Vine user Ryan McHenry [39] began uploading a series of videos titled Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal, pairing various screen projections of Gosling's intense acting scenes with a slowly approaching spoon full of cereal. On May 6th, McHenry's parody clips were first picked up on the actor's fan blog Gosloving [40] , followed by BuzzFeed's compilation coverage [41] on May 9th. On the next day, dozens of other entertainment news outlets including Gawker, Vulture, E! Online, Daily Mail and The Sun featured McHenry's Vine clips, with many hailing it as one of the more notable memes yet to emerge from the platform.

Ryan Gosling Bookmarklet

On August 6th, 2013, Brooklyn-based web developer Katherine Champagne released "Hey Girl," [43] a Chrome bookmarklet app that replaces all images in a webpage with photographs of Ryan Gosling. [44]

click through to download the bookmarklet

Ryan Gosling just ate the most emotional bite of cereal ever to salute filmmaker Ryan McHenry

It's a touching tribute: Ryan Gosling finally, emotionally lifting a spoonful of cereal to his mouth for a young Scottish filmmaker who found Internet fame two years ago for creating the wildly successful "Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal" meme.

Ryan McHenry, a 27-year-old filmmaker, died of cancer Sunday. He created a series of about 6-second Vine videos in 2013, each one hilariously showing Gosling in movies and interviews as a spoonful of cereal makes its ways to his lips.

'Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal'

Viewers would be watching a Gosling clip and suddenly see the spoonful of cereal McHenry placed in front of a screen. Then Gosling would back away, make faces at the cereal, cover his mouth with his hand or a sweater or even try to bat it away, sometimes the sound of a spoon clattering on the floor.

The hilarious videos amassed more than 3.5 million views on YouTube and landed the filmmaker nearly 250,000 followers on Vine.

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It became so huge that when iTunes Movies asked on Twitter “What’s one thing fans don’t know about @Ryan Gosling?", the actor tweeted: “I actually love cereal.”

Now, the proof is here. Gosling shared this Monday night.

Ryan Gosling tribute to Ryan McHenry

My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry's family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way.

&mdash Ryan Gosling (@RyanGosling) May 5, 2015

McHenry told Digital Spy he dreamed up the idea for the videos while watching Gosling's film "Drive.

He explained: "So one day I'm sitting in my living room watching 'Drive' and eating cereal, and I notice Gosling is giving one of his perfect stares, and it looked like he was looking at my cereal."

Filmmaker Ryan McHenry had this photo of Ryan Gosling and cereal on his Facebook page. — Facebook

He posted "Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal: Part 1." And he was just getting started.

The following tweet was posted on McHenry's Twitter account on Monday.

Keep Ryan's memory alive

Keeping Ryan's memory and positivity alive by raising money for sarcoma research. #RIPRyanMcHenry

&mdash Ryan McHenry (@RyanWMcHenry) May 4, 2015

In case you were wondering, McHenry said the cereal he used was "Rice Krispies Multi-Grains" but he later switched to "Crunchy Nut." Because it was on sale.

The Greatest Celebrity Vine of All Time Also Has the Best Backstory

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Today was a distracting one on Twitter because the platform announced that it will be shutting down Vine, the six-second-video app that the 140-character app bought four years ago. “Best Vine of all time” lists were made, old “best Vine of all time” lists were recirculated, and everyone took an incredibly brief moment to mourn the careers of Vine stars that will never be. But take one moment—six seconds, in fact—to consider the best celebrity Vine of all time. It is, of course, Ryan Gosling eating cereal. Look at it above.

After watching that, you might be thinking, “This is neat and great, and I like Ryan Gosling a whole bunch, but why is this the greatest celebrity Vine of all time?” First, because Ryan Gosling is neat and great, but also because it was in response to a popular Vine series by Scotsman Ryan McHenry. The series is called “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal,” and each one involves a very, very serious Gosling movie playing on a screen while a disembodied spoon, filled with cereal, hovers near his mouth. It was just a delight. It was so popular, Gosling even had to confirm he did, in fact, love cereal in a couple of interviews. McHenry made that into a video, too.

Here, watch a compilation video of all the Vines:

Here’s what makes Gosling’s Vine so poignant, and therefore better than other celebrity Vines being pass around today. McHenry, the mastermind behind the simple and hilarious series, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, and passed away in 2015. So, in tribute, Ryan Gosling ate his cereal in a Vine.

Gosling finally eats his cereal in tribute

Actor Ryan Gosling has finally eaten ‘his goddamn cereal’ in tribute to the man who created a meme about him that attracted a worldwide following.

Scottish man Ryan McHenry, 27, and creator of the ‘Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal’ eight-part video series, died this week after losing his battle with bone cancer.

The hilarious series of Youtube videos showed Gosling in different scenes from his movies, while McHenry attempts to feed Gosling with a spoonful of cereal through the TV.

Despite the fact Gosling had told the world he would never forgive McHenry for making the meme, the actor has made the ultimate tribute – he ate his goddamn cereal.

Gosling posted the Vine on his Twitter account with the following message of condolence.

My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry’s family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way. — Ryan Gosling (@RyanGosling) May 5, 2015

Alongside a video McHenry posted last year he wrote, ‘Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal and I won’t stop making these Vines until I personally get him too. That’s a promise.’

Ryan Gosling finally eats his cereal in honor of meme-creating filmmaker — Nicola Mastrandrea (@nick88msn) May 5, 2015

@coffeys @RyanGosling he just made a vine about eating cereal. Life can’t get much better than that!

— Emily Smith (@EmilyiSmith) May 5, 2015

@RyanGosling what a boss his cereal vine had me in tears #HeEatsCereal lmao

— Jøhn (@Dougi3_Huembz) May 5, 2015

'Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal' meme: Interview with Ryan McHenry

Hey girl: Even if you think you’ve hit Ryan Gosling Meme exhaustion (the cure? Watch Drive, then you’re good to go again) you’re going to want to check out what the entire Internet has been obsessing about for the past 24 hours: Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal Vines. The Vines (which, for the Internet clueless, are six-second looping videos) are exactly what they sound like: Just a spoonful of cereal slowing inching towards Gosling’s beautiful – but also sometimes tortured, angry, bloodied, hurt – face on a television screen.

Below, check out one of our favorites and then read EW’s email Q&A with creator Ryan McHenry.

Entertainment Weekly: What was your inspiration for this? Obviously Ryan Gosling memes are already a popular thing on the Internet — what made you land on cereal?

Ryan McHenry: I had downloaded the app Vine and used it a couple of times but only to gather around 8 followers, mainly friends. I had been checking out all the popular accounts…I really wanted to try make a Vine which would make people laugh. So I was watching Drive and eating cereal one day, and it kind of looked like Ryan Gosling was staring at my cereal. So I brought out my Vine and had a few attempts and created ‘Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal part 1.‘

How did you go about creating the Vines? Was it just you or did some friends help?

It was just me for most of them, I took a bit of time trying to line up the spoon so it looked a part of the scene, making sure there was no reflections, light glare etc. One part I had my girlfriend hold the spoon as it was at quite an odd angle (part 7).

Your knowledge of exactly what Gosling film moments to use is impressive! Were you a massive fan?

I think everyone on earth loves Ryan Gosling! After seeing Blue Valentine and Drive I was ready to watch whatever he released. So after the first two cereal parts, I started watching through ALL of his films and taking notes of when the best time to use the cereal spoon would be.

What’s been your reaction to the worldwide pick up of these Vines? (‘Ryan Gosling’ is currently the top trending topic on Twitter.)

It’s been really crazy, especially today now that the whole world seems to be watching them. Part one and two were liked by friends but part 3 made it to the popular page on Vine, that’s when my followers jumped from 8 – 180. Then every video I released afterwards made the popular page and began building towards 10,000 followers. I’m just really happy that people around the world are laughing at them. I would always text them to [a friend] before I uploaded them just to see if they were funny. He loved them.

What is your background? Do you work in film?

I have wanted to be a filmmaker from a young age. I studied film for four years and made a few short films. One of my short films, Zombie Musical, won a BAFTA New Talent award and was picked up by Scottish Production Company Black Camel Pictures. The feature version is about to go into pre-production. I think the film-making scene in Scotland [where I live] is great [and filled] with some very talented people!

Ryan Gosling finally eats cereal in touching tribute to fan who passed away

Back in 2013, scenes of Ryan Gosling repeatedly refusing to eat his cereal turned into a random, funny meme thanks to the editing efforts of a young Scot named Ryan McHenry.

On Sunday, McHenry died at age 27 of bone cancer, and on Monday Gosling paid tribute to him with a Vine video . in which he ate cereal.

My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry's family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way.

— Ryan Gosling (@RyanGosling) May 5, 2015

McHenry had said he got the idea for the meme while watching Gosling's film "Drive" and eating cereal himself, and began making short Vine videos in which Gosling appeared to consistently bat away a tempting spoonful of the grains. Eight posts in, the meme took off.

Gosling wasn't totally on the outside of the trend while promoting his film "Lost River" he positively asserted his love for cereal.

McHenry was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in mid-2013, and began documenting his fight with the disease on Vine. His death was announced on Vine Sunday.

Ryan Gosling posts tribute to 'Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal' creator Ryan McHenry

Whether he's powering up a motorbike in The Place Beyond The Pines, screaming in the rain in The Notebook, or playing a brooding police sergeant in Gangster Squad, Ryan Gosling's not known for picking that many light roles.

And his reputation as a straight-faced "serious" kind of actor was perfectly skewered by Ryan McHenry's viral video.

In "Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal", Gosling is shown in some of his most famous screen roles, turning his head away at spoonfuls of cereal.

It's almost impossible to convey why it's brilliant, the video's below.

Sadly, McHenry - who posted the video in 2013 - was diagnosed with osteosarcoma the same year, and he died on Sunday. The disease is a rare form of bone cancer, and only 530 new cases are identified each year in the UK.

McHenry was candid about his struggle with the disease, and posted videos of himself while he was receiving treatment.

Gosling proved that he had a sense of humour and pathos when he posted a Vine of himself preparing and eating a spoonful of cereal on Monday night.

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