Jack Jack: You Dont Know Jacks by Jack GilinskyVine ingenues, YouTube megastars, hip-pop sensations, and best friends Jack & Jack bring their own brand of irreverent comedy, on-point style, and heartfelt life advice to You Don’t Know Jacks.
Nebraska natives Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson shot to instant fame after their first Vine, “Nerd Vandals,” was dubbed “a perfect Vine” by the Huffington Post. It’s been looped more than ten million times since—and that Vine was just the beginning.
Now, after a number one hit on iTunes, nearly two million singles sold, live performances where they have shared the stage with Demi Lovato, Shawn Mendes, and Fifth Harmony, and over 26 million followers across all their social media channels, Jack & Jack are on a wild ride—and they’re not planning to slow down anytime soon.
Fans will love reading about their journey from being two regular kids growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, to global superstardom. Complete with never-before-seen photos, behind-the-scenes stories, and hilarious personal anecdotes, You Don’t Know Jacks is an insider look at the lives of Jack & Jack, as told by the guys themselves.
Nerd vandalism vine see Eric and Winston terrorize their neighborhood with math graffiti
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By Jessica Jerreat. A couple of teenagers have come up with the perfect formula for a funny vine, with their Eric and Winston nerd vandal sketch. The six-second film shows the bow-tie wearing geeks running up to a 4X4 and solving the equation it presents. Scroll down to see video. Geek humor: A vine of Eric and Winston, the nerd vandals, has been making the nation chuckle.
Perhaps the most interesting piece of press, at least to me, comes from Snoop Dogg in a rather round about way. The fact that an established artist like Snoop Dogg has unabashedly sought to piggy back off of a couple of teenagers says a lot—not only about Jack and Jack as a duo, but about the times they seem to be typifying.