Tired of putting up with people who do inconsiderate things like take up two parking spaces, blocking your view to record a concert on an iPad, or painting their nails while driving? So is Jimmy Kimmel.
That’s why he’s launching a new campaign he’s hoping will make the world a better place. It’s called “The Finger Of Shame.”
The premise is simple enough: if you see someone doing something inconsiderate in public, point at them, take a picture of the thoughtless act they are committing (make sure your finger’s in the shot!), and send it to Jimmy on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #FingerOfShame.
Let’s hope this is a thing that takes off and, through fear of public shaming, the world becomes a better place.