When the adult summer camp organization Camp No Counselors made the April Fools’ Day announcement that Macaulay Culkin would be attending one of their camps this summer, it was all in good fun.
But when the former child star caught wind, he decided he’d play along. He tweeted out that he would in fact be attending the camp this summer provided they accept the terms of his rider, which includes things like Ryder Strong, his brother Rory, three pairs of Reebok pumps, porridge and other randomness like Ben Affleck’s back tattoo.
Culkin, who is best known for Home Alone, only recently started a Twitter account and has been making the talk show rounds promoting his new Bunnears.com website and podcast. If you spend any time on his website, it feels like a kind of weird adult summer camp of its own so him attending Camp No Counselors makes perfect sense.
We are thrilled to announce that the ultimate 90's kid Macaulay Culkin @IncredibleCulk, is coming to @CampNoCounselor this year! It's crazy to think that the star of Home Alone, My Girl, and Ritchie Rich wants to reclaim a taste of childhood and come to camp! pic.twitter.com/TCsLQ3tfAp
— Camp No Counselors (@CampNoCounselor) April 1, 2018
Yesterday @CampNoCounselor invited me to attend one of their camp weekends as an April Fool's joke. Here is my official response… #MackAtCamp #bunnyears #campnocounselors #camplife #hashtags pic.twitter.com/OLCoOrXOep
— Macaulay Culkin (@IncredibleCulk) April 2, 2018