Comedian Nathan Fielder had the most genius idea on how to freak out any parent. He tweeted the idea to his 35,000 followers and here’s just some of the responses he got back:
I have this little theory when it comes to drivers: the nicer the car, the more likely the driver is a) an asshole and usually as a result of overconfidence, b) can’t drive for shit.
This video pretty much confirms my first point as a Ferrari owner has the audacity to park in the handicap parking spot. The dick move on the fancy car owner’s part prompts Roman Atwood to pretend to pee on his car. Spoiler alert: it was just water. Just watch as the Ferrari owner tries to justify his reasoning for parking in the handicap spot (trust me, it’s not a good reason) and how he reacts to Atwood’s little prank. This is pretty much all the proof anyone really needs in order to show you that money can’t buy class.
If your MoronUnited‘s manager, you might need to be more specific on how he should get stuff done. But as a former movie theater employee, I salute you, good sir, for throwing out Milk Duds the awesome way.
If you ever wondered what would happen if you jumped over police officers, you will get arrested.
According to a Reddit comment, this stunt was both performed and recorded by Florida resident, 18-year-old Charles Ross. Ross was previously arrested in January after trying another prank – giving wedgies to people outside of a movie theatre while recording it.
Seems like pranking people and recording it isn’t always the smartest idea, especially if you are pranking the wrong kind of people.
Be cautious when you prank…or just don’t prank at all. Do you think the prank artist was treated to harshly?
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Andrew Hales new prank gave a whole new meaning to that saying back when we were five-years-old – “STOP MIMICKING ME.” Hales latest prank involved him and his friends going up to random strangers in Salt Lake by City Creek, and asking for directions, except, repeating the directions as they were given.
The Prankmeister refuses to take no for an answer when an older woman tries to shrug him off, claiming the directions to Macy’s is “just keep going.” In true stalker-like fashion, he follows her, and gets her to repeat the directions until she sounds like a broken record. I swear you can see the anger bottling in the woman’s eyes as he tries to stay in character.
Watch the video below
I have been scarred for life many times by things I’ve seen on the Internet, but the worst involved a prank video. I can’t even mention what the prank was or what it involved because the outcome was too horrible to mention. Which is why I find it curious that people are literally obsessed with pranking each other. Maybe I’m just a scaredy cat, but can’t the outcomes of pranks be unpredictably dangerous?
failarmy has compiled a compilation of the best pranks that took place this year. Some have true comedic merit, but others are just plain wrong. The “static shock fainting” prank is borderline offensive for its mockery of a serious health issue. Maybe I’m just taking this whole prank thing too seriously for what the Internet has to offer. At least the compilation has a fair balance of offensive and witty. Cue the age-old flatulence pranks.
Prankster Greg Benson from MediocreFilms trolled parents at a local San Francisco soccer game by crashing their cell phone conversations. Whenever he saw someone chatting on their cell phone he’d stand within eavesdropping-distance and have a sneakily similar phone conversation to the one they were having.
Along with obnoxiously following them around he was ballsy enough to tell the parents off whenever they politely interrupted his call to make a joke about their conversations. That’s commitment right there. Greg’s a seasoned pro at crashing cell phone conversations — he previously did the exact same thing downtown over Thanksgiving weekend last year.
Watch it here
Andrew Hales‘ latest prank involved telling corny jokes to complete strangers on campus. It’s funny because it’s not funny. Hales manages to choose some of the cheesiest jokes out there and delivers them with an apathy similar to Debbie Downer’s.
While some people take his riddles seriously and try to legitimately answer his question (when is the best time to go to the dentist?) most of them look at him quizzically and say “I dunno.” Awkward! In the past, Andrew Hales has pranked people by stealing their cell phones (he worked it into this one again), randomly hugging people and awkwardly trying to hold their hands.
Watch it here
If you dress up in some badass costume like a Ghostbuster (other examples include Bernie from Weekend at Bernie’s and Nicolas Cage from Con Air) remember that this doesn’t exempt you from getting arrested like the rest of civilization. So if you’re having a boost of confidence, don’t think it’s no biggie to backflip off that angry looking cop’s car. Because he will call you a smart ass. And then he will arrest you.
Absolutely cheesy? 100 percent. But reverse trick-or-treating is a thoughtful gesture that might cheer up the Halloween GRUMP next door who lurks outside past midnight to smash pumpkins and toilet paper all the spooky decorations you hung in your trees.
Spirited pranksters Banga Kang handed out Halloween candy to tired subway riders, grocery shoppers and random pedestrians. All they had to do was knock their transportable door and talk about their non-existant costumes.
These are the same pranksters who buried the fake treasure at Venice Beach and then dug it up!
Watch it here
Other than April Fool’s Day, Halloween is the ideal time for office pranks. While hanging around the Appsro/Hank and Jed office, Nate and Jon decided to play a trick on their “friend” Bryan while he was walking upstairs.
However, if you look closely — very closely — you can tell the whole thing is fake. What tipped me off? The bad acting, obvs. The video was uploaded by jonnyethco, a small animation house.
What would you do if someone came up behind you and snipped a lock of your hair off your head? They cushion the blow by telling you they’re going to donate it to charity but still, your cut is now uneven and you feel personally violated. There’s really nothing you can do unless you want to report them or confront them.
Luckily for these people, Roman Atwood was pranking them the whole time with a fake lock of hair. He went to “the Hood” and pretended to chop off stranger’s strands. Considering the look a few of the guy’s gave him, I’m surprised he lived to tell the tale.
Watch it here
LG decided to prank people riding an elevator by installing IPS monitors with lifelike colours into the floor and playing footage of the floors caving in. The elevator passengers understandably flip out when they see the tiling fall beneath their feet, not realizing it’s a prank.
I thought the whole thing was pretty brilliant at first but then I realized that like many things in life, the prank was sadly FAKE. You can see the green screen at 1:26 plus there’s a whole bunch of funky camera angles.
Admittedly though, if it was that easy for random guys to install LG screens in elevators, I’m sure it’d be a sweet idea for a prank.
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Everyone knows the guys from One Direction love a good joke. So taking their antics with them, the band recently caused some good-natured chaos in the studio of UK’s Real Radio.
With Louis Tomlinson repeatedly yelling, “What’s ya name and where ya from?! We’re the Wanted!”, Niall Horan on the other hand, tricked listeners into thinking they’ve won tickets to see Manchester United (they didn’t).
While it’s hard to keep up with what’s going on, it’s nice to see the boys actually taking a bit of time to sing a seemingly calm, acoustic version of their single ‘Live While We’re Young” at another radio station.
This of course, leads me to my next question. Which station got the better deal? Would you rather have the boys of 1D joke around with you or serenade you instead?
Playing tricks on your pets are a lot of fun.
While I’m not able to do much to my fish Dudley (other than smacking the fish tank), feeding bitter fruits such as lemons to your dog can provide some light-hearted entertainment.
But on the other hand, you got to feel for the dog. The sour taste must have been difficult to bear!
And now were present the dad of the year, who created a legally binding contract as retribution, after his young CHILD pooped in the shower. The contract states that the father is permitted to submit said embarrassing details to her high school yearbook team when his daughter is a senior.
Years down the road he’ll be all: “Daughter, my young graduate, remember when you pooped in the shower and I had to clean it up? Imma tell all your friends about it.” And if she doth protest he’ll just pull out the very official contract which has now been verified by the Internet and go “Too bad!! You shouldn’t have signed the contract darling.”
Well done sir.
What’s the most embarrassing thing your parents have ever done?
These two pranksters decided to prank a bunch of tourists staying at a hotel by pretending the elevator was voice activated. The dudes holed themselves up in a room somewhere and watched the guests on their surveillance cameras. At first they pretend they were a standard voice operated machine but things get weird when the machine starts to have a mind of its own.
Along with telling jokes and pranking people by sending them to the wrong floor, they sang Spanish! That would be one of the most entertaining rides ever — I’d definitely take it over boring elevator music.
You think you know someone who’s annoying? He probably doesn’t beat Russia’s biggest asshole of the year, who films himself going around the city and being a major douche to people. These aren’t simple pranks that people can laugh about later. No, he’s just an asshole.
For example, in the video he pours flour on people’s heads, puts peanut butter on a dude’s ear and throws a tire at a group of young men. Watch till the end though and you’ll see karma take him down.
Sometimes the online pranks you pull on your older brother or sister can inspire a long chain of sibling rivalry. This young guy drastically changed his older brother’s Facebook profile, but instead of starting an online war his older bro sought revenge offline. With the help of his friends, he re-decorated his brother’s semi-plain room to look like a little girl’s room (yes, that means there were Justin Bieber-esque posters involved). His reaction is priceless.
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