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Glitter Bomb vs. Package Thieves

Glitter Bomb vs. Package Thieves

After one of his packages got stolen, Mark Rober and his friend spent 6 months making a smart glitter bomb. Not only does it spew a ton of glitter, it also sprays fart spray and best of all records the whole thing. Here it is punishing evildoers.

Making People Invisible

Making People Invisible

An amusing clip from the Netflix series Magic for Humans in which magician Justin Willman uses a mix of illusion and collusion with the audience to convice two subjects that they are now invisible. Lots of commenters think the marks were actors, but we’re not so cynical.

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Train

Train

Prankmeister Rémi Gaillard once again slows down traffic with his antics, this time donning a train costume and setting up a pair of impromptu human gates wherever he wants. We suppose this would be a good way to cross a really busy street.

Smurf Prank

Smurf Prank

(PG-13: Language) A couple of blokes told their buddy Darren that they were going out to party dressed up in costumes. But they really weren’t planning on wearing the Smurf outfits they convinced their pal they were going to wear. Darren was not amused.

Fake Apple Store Prank

Fake Apple Store Prank

The pranksters at Improv Everywhere took advantage of Apple’s NYC glass cube store’s renovations to set up shop in another glass structure, the elevator shaft to the 23rd Street subway station, complete with throngs of fake employees and a line for the iPhone X.

Speeder Bike Halloween Costume

Speeder Bike Halloween Costume

Jesse Wellens and Casey Neistat are back with another awesome Halloween costume build. After riding around as Aladdin on his magic carpet, Jesse took to the streets of NYC with model Carmella Rose on a real-life speeder bike from Return of the Jedi. BTS video here.

ThinkGeek Prankster Pack 3.0

ThinkGeek Prankster Pack 3.0

Ruin ears and days with ThinkGeek’s tiny and magnetic noise machines: the Annoy-a-tron, the Ringtone Annoy-a-tron and the Eviltron. Sadly, their batteries are non-replaceable, but they’re good for a month of continuous havoc. We hope it never comes to that.

Lexus Lane Valet

Lexus Lane Valet

If Lexus’ latest automotive autonomy feature sounds too good to be true, that’s because it’s way too close to April Fools Day for us to buy it. Still, the idea that you could force annoying drivers to move out of your way remotely should come standard on all modern vehicles.

Remi Gaillard: Worker Pranks

Remi Gaillard: Worker Pranks

(PG-13) France’s one-man Jackass shares another round of pranks. This time he ruined everyone’s day while posing as a construction worker. It’s amazing what you can get away with wearing a hard hat and a reflective vest.

Embarrassing Songs in Public

Embarrassing Songs in Public

Every single one of us has at least a couple of “guilty pleasure” tunes in our song library. In this prank video from MarkBTelevision, he decided to leave the headphone jack unplugged on his iPhone and let the public listen in. Remember when iPhones had headphone jacks?

Fake CD Covers

Fake CD Covers

For his latest installment of Obvious Plant, Jeff Wysaski left a handful of fake music CDs filled with hilarious fictional bands, compilations or songs at his local music store. Just give the Grammy to Hi Hungry, I’m Dad [feat. Pitbull] already.

Live Band Alarm Clock

Live Band Alarm Clock

(PG-13: Language) At the end of a gig in Harrisburg, PA, Brooklyn-based jazz band Moon Hooch told the crowd that they didn’t have a place to stay that night. They ended up staying with a couple who took them in because of a silly thought. The track is Number 1.

Random Job Reference

Random Job Reference

“Appearance wise, well, what you see is pretty much what you get with him…” On their radio show, Aussie comedians Hamish & Andy called a random number, pretending to be a desperate job applicant who ran out of references. Come on guys, what’s James’ number?!

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The Pranking Ninja 4

The Pranking Ninja 4

When he’s not pranking people, YouTuber NosterafuTV assumes his alter ego – Toyo Tahonda, a ninja who pranks people. Watch as he executes his secret techniques to perfection, such as hiding within bushes, hiding behind signs, not hiding…

Carpenter Shenanigans

Carpenter Shenanigans

YouTuber Jason Wolfe pretended to accidentally puncture his finger with a wood staple to see how his friend Tyler would react. Jason got more than what he bargained for, because Tyler was too shocked to recognize the punchline.

Seth Rogen’s Talking Food Prank

Seth Rogen’s Talking Food Prank

“What are you guys looking at? Is there something more interesting than a talking cantaloupe over there?” Sony hypes up Sausage Party by having star Seth Rogen voice animatronic foods that were placed in a grocery store in New York.

Peter Ness Plays Blackjack

Peter Ness Plays Blackjack

Who? And why should we care? Hold up, this one’s good. YouTuber Peter Ness harmlessly pranked the dealers of an online video blackjack service, who are required to greet new players with their username.

Old Man Strength

Old Man Strength

Thrillist and CrossFit trainer Kenneth Leverich pulled an Uncle Drew-style prank at California’s famous Muscle Beach, surprising the crowd with his lifting abilities. Or not. The contest bit was a bit too much, but it’s still fun to watch.

You Are So Hot!

You Are So Hot!

(PG-13 Language) The guys from Australia’s The Royal Stampede walk towards unsuspecting people on the street and exclaim rude or insulting remarks – but all is not what it seems in this amusing prank video. We bet the pot head really was stoned though.

Matt Damon Surprise Spy Mission

Matt Damon Surprise Spy Mission

“Do you see the hotdog stand behind you? I need you to go buy a hotdog.” “Those hotdogs are like $14 man!” Matt Damon’s promotes his Jason Bourne charity partnership with Omaze by trying to enlist random people in a covert operation.

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The Unexpected John Cena Prank

The Unexpected John Cena Prank

WWE superstar John Cena didn’t let his meme be a dream by pulling a feel good prank on some of his fans. They were told that they were auditioning for a Cricket Wireless promo, but OH SHI – 🎺 🎺 🎺

Emergency

Emergency

(PG-13) Serial prankster Rémi Gaillard performs a series of ridiculous and inappropriate medical procedures on his co-conspiritors, occasionally enlisting the aid (or wrath) of random bystanders. We were waiting for a dog to come along and eat the transplant heart.

Rubber Driveway Spikes

Rubber Driveway Spikes

Tired of people pulling into your driveway or parking space at work? Lay down the law with these fake DrivewaySpikes, and you’re sure to deter would-be parkers from taking your spot. They look real enough, but they’re made from flexible recycled rubber.

Father vs. Son Extreme Prank Off

Father vs. Son Extreme Prank Off

(PG-13: Language, Gore) It starts with water and ends with blood. The RackaRacka family poke fun at cruel pranksters in this horrific escalation of practical jokes between a father and his sons. It’s just a prank, bro!

Reading Fake Books on the Subway 2

Reading Fake Books on the Subway 2

(PG-13: Language, Crude humor) Comedian Scott Rogowsky is back to cheer up his fellow subway riders with more hilarious and offensive fake books, and this time he brought a friend with him. Who knew Dostoyevsky was a hypebeast?

Magic Photobomb Prank

Magic Photobomb Prank

“This can’t… what?” Comedian Greg Benson pranked tourists at the Hollywood Walk of Fame with the help of a sneaky assistant. He offered to take peoples’ pictures, only for his assistant to come up behind them with a cardboard cutout of Greg.

Bottomless Fast Food Bag

Bottomless Fast Food Bag

To promote fast food restauraunt Del Taco, magician Stuart Edge posed as a crew member and produced menu items out of a seemingly bottomless paper bag. Check out the behind-the-scenes on his Snapchat page, or just follow his coworker’s gaze at around 1:45.

Car Crash Prank

Car Crash Prank

Roman Atwood picks up some of his fellow YouTube celebs for a ride in his fancy BMW i8, but as is the case with pretty much everything he does, his passengers end up victims of another one of his pranks.

Reading Fake Books on the Subway

Reading Fake Books on the Subway

(PG-13: Language) Comedian Scott Rogowsky and The Chortle lightened up the day of New York City subway riders with this raunchy prank. He rode the trains pretending to read books with fake and hilarious titles.

Google Cardboard Plastic

Google Cardboard Plastic

“What’s realer than real? Probably nothing.” Google unveils the evolution of its affordable virtual reality headset. Cardboard Plastic lets you tap into reality itself, thanks to the magic of holes. Oh, how we wish that Apple did this joke instead.

YouTube: SnoopaVision

YouTube: SnoopaVision

YouTube’s April Foo – er, April Fizools’ Day prank combines its new 360º video feature with everyone’s dream couch buddy Snoop Dogg. The SnoopaVision button lets you watch Snoop Dogg watch a YouTube video. Videos here and here.

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