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Watch Chris Evans Depressingly Eat Burgers Off A Toilet In This Hilarious Fake Trailer

When the leader of the Avengers is not out saving the world from Nazis and otherworldly creatures, he’s on Jimmy Kimmel Live showing off his acting chops.

Captain America himself, Chris Evans, debuted a trailer of his latest film about a “Broken, pathetic shell of a man,” who apparently spends his days eating burgers off his toilet seat.

Well, it was a fake trailer, as Evans pointed at a random audience member, said he had been following him around for six weeks, and really immersed himself in his role as “Dennis.”

Although it was a spoof, the trailer looked pretty damn interesting, as we can all relate to being so depressed, that we eat cheeseburgers on the toilet while tears stream down our faces. No? No one else has done that? Maybe Drake? Whatever.

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Watch Snoop Dogg Lose It After Seeing How Candy Canes Are Made [WATCH]

Watching Snoop Dogg learn how everyday things are made is probably one of the best segments Jimmy Kimmel Live has ever had.

In this “Howz it Mizzade” segment, the Doggfather discovered how candy canes were made, and he was not amused.

Keep in mind, Snoop initially had no idea what was being made, as he just watched some footage and tried to guess. His first guess was that the yellow goop was going to be a Frisbee, but then he realized it was a candy cane, leading him to say:

“I’m never eating a candy cane again. That was bulls*it right there. F*ck that. That was a candy cane?”

We recently saw Snoop learn how hot dogs were made, and he was just as grossed out by the process.

It seems like there’s just no way to impress the hip-hop legend.

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Turns Out a Lot of Gluten-Free People Don’t Actually Know What Gluten Is [Watch]

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In last year’s This is The End, Seth Rogen’s character Seth Rogen describes gluten as a blanket term for things that are bad for you, from calories to fat. While this isn’t entirely accurate (it’s actually a  composite wheat protein), the definition seems to work well enough for plenty of people as a solid reason to go gluten-free.

On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jimmy decided to venture into gluten-free capital of the world Los Angeles to interview self-proclaimed GF-ers and ask if they, in fact, know what gluten is. The results are probably as you’d expect, but hey, nothing beats laughing at hipsters and people who don’t eat pizza by choice.

Also, just because: