Gary Brolsma, a.k.a., the "Numa Numa Guy," made his claim to fame uploading a video of himself unselfconsciously lip-synching to a Romanian dance song in 2004. Brolsma's new job? Delivering press fleet cars to journalists in New York.
According to Brolsma, a man can not live on a diet of Internet fame alone:
"(Numa Numa) is not a full-time career. I still have a part-time job where I do car delivery. If a new car comes out and a journalist needs to write about it, we'll get the car and make sure that everything's safe, everything's clean, and then we'll take the car and drop it off at the journalist's house, and then we hope that journalist writes a good article about the car... I'm doing pretty good with both of those things."
So that's it — my new goal in life is to have Gary drop off a press fleet car to me here in New York City while blasting "Dragostea din tei" by the Moldovan pop group O-Zone. Then, after I'm done reviewing it, I want him to pick it up and drive away with the speakers blaring Weezer's "Pork and Beans."
In return — despite not having a clue what car company he's driving press cars for — I will endeavor to say nothing but positive things about the car — whatever it is.
I await your email, Gary.
(Hat tip to Jason!)