The inventor of the foam finger is offended and his offense comes from the usage of that foam finger he invented that was used during Miley Cyrus’ MTV Video Awards performance.
As you take time to figure all of this out, the inventor of the foam finger is not seeing Miley Cyrus as a favorable figure when it comes to his invention of the foam finger.
The reports are not fabricated; Steve Chmelar, inventor of the enlarged foam finger invented a beloved figure that has garnered lots of fans. That foam finger was first used when Chmelar was 16 back in 1971.
Chmelar first used that foam finger to favorably cheer his high school basketball team to a fantastic win during the Iowa state championships. More than four decades later, many still sport the enlarged foam finger to various sports venues and festivities. In fact, that foam finger is a favorite among the young, as well as the young at heart who find great joy and frivolity in wearing a large foam finger.
Perhaps there is a favorable outlook on this foam finger; Chmelar says that despite Cyrus’ fierce usage of his foam finger during her VMA performance this year, Cyrus’ unfavorable usage of that foam finger will not sway others away from purchasing other foam fingers and applying that beloved foam finger to their own finger for fun at a festivity they choose: “Fortunately, the foam finger has been around long enough that it will survive this incident,” Chmelar says. “As for Miley Cyrus, let’s hope she can outlive this event and also survive.”
So there you have it. Steve Chmelar, pointing an unfavorable finger at Miley Cyrus’ usage of his beloved invention, the foam finger. Let’s all go now and favorably find ways to use enlarged foam fingers and become the fantastic people we know we can be. Are you in favor of such?
Take a look at the unfavorable foam finger performance Miley Cyrus gave at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards show below:
Now let’s take a look at a more “favorable” foam finger video at a festive sports gathering: