I am so happy that this prank went the way that it did, because when I first saw the title and 30 seconds of the video, I thought to myself, “Oh, this is just entirely cruel.”
But it’s not. It’s so wonderfully lovely and that man deserved every single dollar from that fake lottery ticket.
I have way too many feelings right now. Mainly, one of extreme happiness that is causing me to shed abnormal amounts of tears.
Do you guys remember that Pepsi Max commercial with Jeff Gordon where he took an unsuspecting car salesman for a test drive and scared the shit out of him? Well one reporter in particular from Jalopnik was quick to call the entire thing fake, you know, because internet detectives are just the smartest. Travis Okulski was adamant about the fact that the Pepsi Max commercial was indeed one of fakery and Jeff Gordon didn’t much like that very much.
So, he had his revenge. You can read Travis’ firsthand ordeal here.
I call FAKE. But only because I want to go on a high speed chase with Jeff Gordon.
An American Wolf in Sochi? Nope. It wasn’t even filmed in Sochi, it was filmed in California. And it was actually a bit more of an elaborate set-up than his previous prank on the internet because they built a set to actually look like Kate Hansen’s hotel hallway.
You gotta give it to Kimmel. He and his writers definitely know how to make something go viral on the internet.
Remember the video from this morning? As it turns out, according to a new report from Inside Edition, Jimmy Kimmel is actually the mastermind behind this viral video. Yes, it’s most likely a prank. Sandy Caligiore, a publicist for the United States Luge Association, confirmed with IE that it was indeed a hoax that Kate Hansen and Kimmel executed together.
You’ll remember that Kimmel was previously behind the Twerk Fail video, so I guess we’ll all just have to sit here and wait until he confirms that he was, in fact, behind this wolf prank.
Ah, Jimmy. Making the internet look like idiots since last year. I mean, we looked like idiots before you, but you’re just facilitating it so well.
YouTube pranksters Simple Misfits decided to test people’s reactions when it comes to seeing people break into a car.
Unfortunately, all of this is really inconclusive theory, because there were too many variables in each of these experiments. It would be interesting to see how people would react at the same location, with two men of different color, wearing the same clothes.
That’s my two cents. Regardless, that police officer in the last bit is a real charmer, eh?
I still remember when Ellen DeGeneres started doing these hilarious skits where she controls a person with an earpiece. The first one with Dennis Quaid is still one of my favorite and sometimes, if I’m feeling ornery, I’ll run into a room and yell, “DENNIS QUAID IS HERE!”
Now, she pulls the same prank using Bruno Mars with a registered nurse in his dressing room. It is equal parts hilarious and Bruno (or should I say Ramone) almost cracks a few times.
Thankfully, everyone is a good sport about it. I honestly couldn’t stop giggling through the whole thing and it’s hard to make me laugh from a YouTube video.
Some of those walkers in AMC’s latest viral ad campaign are lucky that they didn’t break any arms from people who might have gone into “fight” mode instead of “flight” mode. I’m not saying that I would have been a tough guy and done that, I’m just saying that there are people out there who probably would.
Regardless, it’s always fun to watch other people get scared shitless as long as it’s not happening to you.