These cheeky pranksters went to Brigham Young University with a little mistletoe experiment. They set up a fake survey asking mundane questions about students’ eggnog-drinking and tree-decorating habits around Christmas. Then they asked the students if they follow the tradition where you kiss someone under a sprig of mistletoe. Anyone who said yes or sometimes was put to the test immediately, when an accomplice lowered some mistletoe over the prankster and the student.
The results are hilarious. While most of the students laughed about it or were game, there were a couple who were genuinely offended — including one girl who slapped the prankster as hard as she could. Ouch! The video was uploaded on Stuart Edge‘s YouTube channel
Would you kiss a stranger under mistletoe?
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Andrew Hales latest prank involved approaching random students and professors at his university, asking them questions about directions or the time and then disagreeing with their answers, despite their assurance that they were 100 percent correct.
The prank turned out to be a new favourite of his, though next week he’s heading somewhere other than Utah’s Brigham Young University because too many people are recognizing him. In the past, Hales has pranked people by by pretending to steal their cell phones and telling corny jokes to complete strangers.
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