Black Friday shopping prank
MediocreFilms‘ Greg and Ryan went to Target and pranked employees by asking for ridiculous items. The two jokers each wrote down a bunch of silly items and swapped lists so they wouldn’t know what they’d be asking for. Some of the items included “ham sanders” and “WiFi fish tanks.” On top of pranking the employees they were forced to come up with explanations of the items on the spot.
Dollar Store prank
ImprovEverywhere pranked the Dollar Store by setting up camp early in the morning on Black Friday, strategically positioning a news reporter and acting like there were amazing deals inside. Once inside, they swarmed the 99 cent deals. Most of the people who passed by on their way to work were utterly confused. Even a 60 cent deal at The Dollar Store is still only 60 cents saved.
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If you want to know what the end times will look like this video will give you a pretty good indication. Just replace the fact that they’re fighting over phones with them scrapping for the last food on Earth. In the video, the Walmart shoppers act like animals pushing and shoving their way to the box holding phones.
Go home and spend time with your family people — it’s the time of year when you’re supposed to be thankful for what you have! A low priced phone isn’t worth a broken rib.
On Reddit the video below was trending with the caption: “What Black Friday looks like to an Australian.” Have you had any horrible Black Friday experiences this year?
Watch it here
Burgundy, maroon, oxblood or whatever you think this darker shade of red is called, it’s pretty much the colour of the season. I’ve seen a lot of people (men included) wear this hue because it’s just one of those unfussy colours. It works well as pants, bags, shoes, nails, hat, the list goes on and on. For the more adventurous, I’d suggest trying a burgundy lip à la Scarlett Johannson and Jessica Biel. Looks sophisticated, no?
TREND: snubbing Black Friday
Okay, it’s not so much of a trend but more so something I’m completely befuddled by. I know there are a lot of Canadian retailers/locations trying to getting in on the sale frenzy to compete with their American counterparts.I’ve seen the Black Friday videos online and they’re downright scary, and I just don’t get why anyone would want to go through Boxing Day before Boxing Day. The yelling, pushing, shoving and long lines are not exactly enticing me to get out of my warm bed and score some great deals. Anyways, kudos to Nordstrom staying closed on Thursday and opening on Friday, just like any other day, and boo to Wal-Mart for making their employees work on Thanksgiving night.
WTF: Sex doll jackets
Made up of mashing bits of inflatable sex dolls and clothes from big brands, Dutch artist Sander Reijgers told Vice that he wanted to find a way to separate the toy from its original use. That way, by putting it on a jacket, the doll would come in contact with everyday life.
It’s a good thing Reijers totally understands how the dolls are made up of stupid female clichés and expectations, and how incredibly creepy the jacket is. I would hate to have to stand in line behind whomever decided to wear this jacket. I either a) would feel compel to stare at the back of his head because well, there’s a face there, or b) look completely awkward as I try to avoid her creepy gaze.
Basically, what would you do in this scenario? Leave your answer below in the comments!
Shoppers are beyond excited for Black Friday sales — some camping out for days — but this supercut of video horror stories just makes me sad. The cast of characters is the same every year: stampeding shoppers, pushy patrons and violent bargain-hunters. Although Thanksgiving is a time to honour the blessings in our lives, whether that’s family or friends, Black Friday can bring out more aggressive natures.
CompilarizTV‘s Black Friday supercut showcases some of the busiest crowds. This year, stay at home and spend time with family. A low-priced toaster is not worth the consumer chaos and frenzy.
Watch it here
People keep pushing Lil’ Kim to say something — anything — bad about Nick Minaj. On an appearance of “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen, the rapper admitted a few things about the “Super Bass” singer, with whom she has an ongoing feud.
First she said she didn’t know who Minaj is, then she said her controversial Grammy performance just “slipped past me.” Then she responded to Minaj’s new song “Stupid Hoe,” which is speculated to be a direct insult at Lil’ Kim after her track “Black Friday” poked fun at the singer last year.
Lil’ Kim said about the song: “If you have to make a song called stupid hoe, you must be a stupid hoe.” Ouch!
How far do you think people would go for a tacky fisheye camera and a pair of mom jeans? Well, for some California folks, they’re willing to risk their lives.
Because today is Black Friday, stores are slashing prices left, right and centre. This means you can finally impress all your pretentious friends with a new record player for only 50 bucks! You can even get an ugly sweater with cats on them for the price of a latte!
I sure hope Ryan Gosling wasn’t trampled to death. A little birdy told me Mischa Barton had to fight off a Urkel look-alike for some granny glasses. They’re all the rage, you know.
It’s ironic to see this many hipsters partake in Black Friday. Aren’t they away of how mainstream it is? Take a look at the video below of the zombie-like crowd at Thousand Oak Mall in California.