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Rob Ford's 'Drunken Stupor' Parodied By Vancouver Actors (VIDEO)

It was the confession that started it all: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted to smoking crack cocaine in what he said was probably a "drunken stupor."

Poking fun at that now-infamous quote is a YouTube video by two Vancouver actors. Posted Nov. 14 and titled "I Was In A Drunken Stupor—Rob Ford Parody," the video shows actors Connor Gomez and Josh Harmer doing obscene things like running over a person with their car and kidnapping a woman. But every time someone questions their behaviour, the two men are forgiven after explaining that they're just in one of their "drunken stupors."

At the video's tragic end, however, Harmer realizes he needs to make some "serious life changes."

Okay, RoFo: your move.

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