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"Hey Riggs"

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Supercuts are incredible. As valuable as gold and as morish as crack. We'd guess.

Alas, in a sea of supercuts it's hard to ensure your new editing efforts get noticed. Best trick? Go for the 80s.

That was the angle taken by "Hey Riggs" which, as if you didn't know, is an epic nod to the oft said line in the Lethal Weapon franchise (4 made and a reboot rumoured, would you believe).

When we were young (too young to be intoxicated) there was a drinking game around this. Every time Glover said "Riggs", you had to drink a finger. Still drunk now. Don't play it.



Got a taste for the supercut? Here's our faves.



This is massively NSFW



This too



Just safe for work



80s bullies. NSFW -- sensing a theme?

Image: Allstar

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