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Harvii has been found

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Who’s Harvii you ask? He’s the unfortunately dressed kid who tried to give Megan Fox a rose during the London premiere of Transformers. As you’ll remember, Megan made swift work of his heart.

Yesterday, Kodak, who knows a good publicity stunt when it sees one, offered a $5,000 reward to anyone who could track the kid down. They wanted to fly him out and settle this unfinished business with Megan. They promised to even provide him with a Kodak camera to capture the moment. How thoughtful. It took about a day to find him on Facebook.

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Apparently, the kid’s name is Harvii. He loves Twilight, Confessions of a Shopoholic and Miley Cyrus. His last status update was “Megan Fox wants to meet me, jus [sic] got 20 freind [sic] requests in 1 day!”

Oh, he thinks he’s sooo special. Well, you know what? Kodak promised to fly me out to meet Megan Fox too. Except, the Kodak in my story was a bearded, leather clad biker wearing ass-less chaps I met on Yahoo and meeting Megan Fox was just a ploy to get me to drive out to his place near a rest stop off the 5. What? Shut up! I don’t want to talk about it.

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Laura
Laura
11 years ago

i have a question. what does it mean when you are quoting something and the phrase [sic] is typed in there? sorry if i sound dumb. I went to art school. :)

Steve
Steve
11 years ago
Reply to  Laura

[sic] means that the person had a grammatical error in the original and the editor is making sure that he isn’t blamed for it.

hmmmm
hmmmm
11 years ago
Reply to  Laura

It means that they acknowledge the misspelling from whatever the original text/spelling was and it wasn’t their error

Sir
Sir
10 years ago
Reply to  Laura

He’s just saying it’s sick, but in a nerd/1337/”cool” way as in pretending for [sic] to be computer code.

Harvii
Harvii
11 years ago

Check out the music video :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TqDEPD8bLw

BW
BW
11 years ago

Laura: Writers use [sic] next to quotations that include errors in spelling or grammar, to let you know that they didn’t make the mistake. The original writer made the mistake.

Me
Me
11 years ago

Why the hell is he still being referred to as a kid when his DOB is written on facebook as 1983 lol?

S
S
11 years ago

I was wondering the same thing… what if that’s not really his page, just some creep who made it for publicity? but if you look closely, his about me says he’s 11…

philla
philla
11 years ago

Look at the about me section.
He’s 11 years old.

d-ran
d-ran
11 years ago

He is one of about a billion kids who lie about his/her birth year to get into a social networking site.

C.J.
C.J.
11 years ago
Reply to  d-ran

You don’t think he’s 25?

Crusade for propre spelling
Crusade for propre spelling
11 years ago

maybe G.B. should replace their view on teaching the i before e rule.

Ashley
Ashley
11 years ago

and he has the same birthday as me…..
(july 15)

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