Funnyman (don't you hate that term?) and host of Comedy Central's Tosh.0, Daniel Tosh, was recently asked by the Reddit community to do an IAMA. IAMA stands for 'I am a..." and is a very popular subreddit on the Reddit website. Basically, famous people or people with interesting life experiences post a submission and then field questions from the community, answering ones of their own choice.
If I were to do an IAMA, the submission would be something like: 'IAMA Crappy Blogger Who Get's No Web Traffic, AMA." AMA=ask me anything.
Sooo, a request goes out for Tosh and shortly thereafter a response appears, in the form of a submission. It reads, "IAMA Member of the Tosh.0 staff. Here's Daniels' response." The submission links to a pic of Daniel, himself. Tosh doesn't want to do an IAMA. Hmmm...but user Stregano points out, that despite this fact, Redditors can still have a little fun anyways. But what if Tosh is using this as some sort of viral stunt? Ah, who cares. Commence Fark photoshop time!