Have you ever found yourself randomly in someone else’s video on YouTube? I did, and it’s weird as hell

Short blonde on left is me. Tall, bearded fellow with the hat is my son

Okay, this is random and kind of funny. To me at least.

So back in July, as I’ve mentioned maybe 30 times since then, my son and I got to go to our very first Garth Brooks concert in Boise, Idaho.

The show was held at Albertson’s Stadium and there were like 40,000 fans there. After the show, there were hundreds, if not thousands, of videos of the Friday and Saturday night shows uploaded to YouTube.

So what are the chances a person would actually come across themselves in someone else’s video?

Apparently the odds are better than you’d think.

While looking through a few of those videos back in July, I happened to find this one video from a YouTuber who doesn’t even live in this area who sat like one row behind my son and I and ended up getting lots of shots of the back of our heads.

Our first appearance (I think) is at the 5:39 mark.

I don’t think I’ve ever come across a random video that I appeared in just by chance on YouTube. Have you?  Honestly, it’s kind of an out-of-body experience.

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Kenny Chesney has built a career on offering hope, passion and the straight-cut joy of being alive. “American Kids” celebrated the exuberance of being young, truly original and coloring outside the lines. “Get Along” not only captured the reality of how much sweeter life is by coming together to create a community, but inspired a PSA which amassed close to three billion viewings for PassItOn.org.

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