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‘Planet Earth’ Parody on the Mating Rituals of Humans in Their Natural ‘Club’ Habitat

Viva Dirt League, a gaming comedy troupe in Auckland, New Zealand created a rather amusing parody of the distinctive Planet Earth documentary style. This parody was made complete with a Sir David Attenborough sound-alike narrator who commented on the mating rituals of humans in their natural club habitat. Unfortunately, the advances by the male of the species were completely rebuffed due to nervously immature execution of the process.

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Egged on by the others, the youngest of the males makes the first move.Young and hopeful, he moves in to strike, however youth and inexperience play against the youngling. He attempts to connect with them from afar, relying on making eye contact. He gets nothing back. The youngling is frightened and out of his element. He retreats back to the other males.


Viva La Dirt League, or VLDL, is a group of professional YouTubers who create comedy skits about games.

The guys – whose real names are Adam King, Alan Morrison and Rowan Bettjeman – have hundreds of thousands of subscribers and millions upon millions of views.

“In this world, even we can be real famous,” Bettjeman tells Newshub.

“Well, in the right room,” adds King.


VLDL’s most popular videos make fun of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the hugely popular battle royale game – the one that’s not Fortnite.

“We jumped on the PUBG bandwagon really early on,” says Morrison.

“It had a really amazing premise, but was a really broken game. It had lots of mechanical flaws that needed to have the piss taken out of them.”


“It’s a really entertaining game. I remember when I first saw it, I knew it was going to be big,” says King.

“We realised that jumping on it early meant that we could potentially be the first people to make comedy skits about it. And we were.”

Seizing that PUBG opportunity has seen VLDL transition from an amateur operation to creating content as their full-time, paid job.

They now have just under half a million YouTube subscribers with their most popular video currently sitting at around 7.5 million views, growing every day.


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