Prankster Tom Mabe has a friend who has five DUIs. How anyone could possibly get FIVE DUIs is just beyond me, but apparently Dennis was determined to set that record. Anyway, Mabe wanted to scare his friend into not drinking and driving anymore, so he pulled off a prank where he made Dennis believe he’d been in a coma for ten years.
That news segment was possibly the most unbelievable thing I’ve ever heard.
And even though the prank ended kind of weird, it is a great reminder not to drink and drive this holiday season. Take a taxi or get a designated driver. Because you can’t have just one eggnog. Well, you can, but two eggnog is much more fun.
Okay, so not everyone that uses Google Glass is an asshole. But it does sort of make you look like one.
You know those people that you see on their Bluetooth headsets, just chatting away? The way that people will interact with Google Glass is going to be quite similar. Are you talking to someone? Are you talking to me? WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO?
And the more you watch this person point out, “Oh, I’m just on Google Glass,” the more he kind of seems like a d-bag, even though maybe he’s a totally nice guy in real life. Maybe.
Also, I just really like the term “Glasshole.”
These are the kind of prank wars with your neighbor that would absolutely be so much fun to pull off. Unfortunately, most of us don’t happen to live next door to John Krasinski or Jimmy Kimmel, so we’ll never get to experience it on this grand of a scale.
However, watching it happen to someone else is almost as good as having it happen to you. The best part? Krasinski doesn’t have to pay anyone to decorate his house for Christmas this year! I call this a deal.
THIS IS LITERALLY THE WORST ACTING THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE AND I’VE WATCHED GIGLI AND CHURCH PRODUCTIONS OF THE NATIVITY STARRING CHILDREN AND SHEEP.
If you know what Gigli is, then you know that you should prepare yourself for the most set-up, terrible “prank” to be posted on YouTube. I can’t even begin to count the things wrong with this. Prankster Roman Atwood decided to tell his girlfriend on their five year anniversary that he’d been “cheating” on her, when she decides to turn the tables and tell him about her “affair”.
Ugh, I can’t even. I’m just gonna leave it there.
It’s funny to me that so many people in this world are concerned about their privacy online, yet continue to share intimate details about themselves on social media.
YouTube prankster Jack Vale does a fun little experiment by discovering stranger close to him using Twitter and Instagram and approaching these people with details about their personal life. It makes it seem like he’s psychic, even though it’s stuff that any person could find out online.
Also, that guy at the end who says he’s going to call the police. Really? You’re the one who freely gave up that information online. I doubt the police would do anything about it, dummy.
Norwegian pranksters Ylvis know just how confusing it can be inside an IKEA. We’ve all experienced it before. The winding walkways through every single department, the hard to read shortcuts, and the scent of meatballs wafting in the air. It’s enough to make even the most sane person go a little crazy, especially when all you came to get was a light fixture or a duvet cover.
So what happens when people really get lost inside IKEA? Ylvis tricked people into thinking that they’d suddenly become trapped inside one of the displays. And people surprisingly kept their cool about forever being trapped in the IKEA abyss.
Also of note, this parody of Gravity set in IKEA. Because that’s probably how these people felt.
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Sacha Baron Cohen was in attendance at the Brittania Awards to accept the Charlie Chaplin Award for Excellence in Comedy. I don’t really know what other people expected from Sacha Baron Cohen, but knocking an old woman off the stage before his acceptance speech seems like that’s pretty par for the course.