Table top gaming, especially pen and paper RPG’s such as Dungeons & Dragons, thrive on the interactions of the players with one another, and the Dungeon Master. From time to time, though, you can tell that the DM is just trying to amuse him or herself at the expense of the players.
Nobody dos this better than the amazing Matthew Mercer.
This is literally one of the things I love best about D&D. My own time as a DM was often filled with the simple joy of watching players react to the odd, bizarre, humorous, and outright strange characters I came up with. While I was never on Matthew’s level of skill as a DM, some things are universal, and seeing your players in shocked awe is one of them.