Awesome Pranks

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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Time Travel Twin Prank

Time Travel Twin Prank

A man begs his fellow subway commuters for money so he could finish his time machine. Just another day in New York, right? But then someone who looks just like him appears, claiming to be his future self and asking him not to build the time machine.

Bear Scare Prank

Bear Scare Prank

YouTuber Czubson Tommy shares this video of a man scaring his coworker by dressing up as a bear. We loved the anticipation, but if you’re impatient you can skip to 0:25. Tommy, you should try communicating with letters.

Kids Talk About their Parents

Kids Talk About their Parents

“He’s really hairy. We believe he’s a werewolf.” Field Day asked kids what they thought about their parents, not knowing that their parents were actually in the room and disguised by makeup artist Promise Phan.

Unpoppable Bubble Wrap Coasters

Unpoppable Bubble Wrap Coasters

It’s human nature to want to pop the little bubbles in bubble wrap. So there’s nothing quite as sadistic as what maker Peter Brown did – by submerging bubble wrap in crystal clear resin and making frustrating coasters that can never be popped. Oh the humanity!

The Rust Experience

The Rust Experience

(PG-13: Language) “Collect wood! COLLECT wood! COLLECT WOOD!” DanielFromSL loves to troll gullible video game players. This compilation shows him doing his thing in the survival game Rust. We can barely believe that that NPC prank actually happened.

Civilized Glass

Civilized Glass

A wine glass version of the Pythagoras cup, an ancient prank device. It has a leak hidden in a small column in the middle of the cup. If you fill the cup beyond the column’s height, gravity will drain all of the cup’s contents, giving you a lesson in both physics and greed.

Walking in an Indoor Wonderland

Walking in an Indoor Wonderland

After turning his living room into a ball pit, Roman Atwood is back to turn his house into a play place yet again. Only this time, he’s loaded his home with a mix of fake and real snow, which we’re guessing is a little more difficult to clean up than plastic balls. BTS here.

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Ylvis: Gym Sound Effects

Ylvis: Gym Sound Effects

Comedy siblings Ylvis trolled the patrons of a gym in Norway with a simple but effective slapstick prank. They paired their phones to the gym’s speakers then used a synthesizer app to add sound effects to people’s movements.

Two Guys, One Ticket

Two Guys, One Ticket

“We’d like one ticket for The Avengers please.” YouTuber Bo Johnson and his friend Matthew recently fulfilled their “lifelong dream” of getting into a movie theater as one person. Next goal, come up with a better dream.

Catalog Prank Revenge

Catalog Prank Revenge

Daniel Cohen was recently the subject of a prank, in which his roomate subscribed him to dozens of unwanted magazines and catalogs. To get back at him, Daniel turned the mags into wallpaper for his roomie’s bedroom. And his bed. And his TV. And his Mac Book.

John Kimble Books a Hotel Room

John Kimble Books a Hotel Room

“Can you spell your last name for me?” “No… I’m smart.” YouTuber Gapehorner managed to book a hotel room using a soundboard of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s lines from Kindergarten Cop (and a few others.) Major props to the incredibly patient agent.

Why Prank Channels are Stupid

Why Prank Channels are Stupid

(Offensive language) GradeAUnderA rants about the countless “prank” channels on YouTube, loaded with idiots doing obnoxious things to unsuspecting passers by, nearly getting the crap beaten out of them, then making money off their harassment and racism.

Marshmallow Farming

Marshmallow Farming

The Heartland Series was a documentary series about Appalachian culture. This is one of their April Fools’ pranks, a report on the plight of North Carolina’s marshmallow farmers. Props to Orange Jacket Dude for staying strong. You made the segment work.

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