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The infamous French prankster Rémi Gaillard drops a doozy of a doo doo on a car, which the driver had just cleaned at a self-service car wash. The clip is from his upcoming movie N’importe Qui – Le Film.
YouTube magicians Stuart Edge and Calen Morelli tried to fool people by switching places in the middle of a conversation. Obviously they could’ve just worn the same clothes, but they decided to make the prank more challenging.
whatever tried to see if they could get any bank to let them open an account while wearing a ski mask. The answer: No. In fact, most called the police, and they encountered at least one vigilante. Needless to say, this is a bad idea.
In the ultimate manifestation of making lemonade from lemons, Nick Santonastasso has turned his physical challenges into a tool for pranking. With the help of Andrew Lincoln and Greg Nicotero, he pulls a fast one on Daryl.
We don’t know if Devil’s Due will be a film for the ages, but their promotional campaign will be logged in the annals of history. Enjoy as a robotic devil baby in an RC stroller scares the bejeezus out of New York passersby. (Thanks everybody!)
Bad weather didn’t stop Andrew Hales from pulling a prank. This time he blurted out random confessions while talking to strangers. We’d also be creeped out if we talked to him, but we’re more afraid of that last lady.
Roman Atwood can be very mean to his fellow pranksters, but he and Denis Roady are nice to those less fortunate. They left a Christmas tree and some presents to a few homeless people to give them a great Christmas morning.
Greg Benson from Mediocre Films decides to mess with more people making phone calls, awkwardly interrupting their cellphone conversations by responding to whatever they’re saying on their calls. Outtake footage here.
Diners at this restaurant were treated to a reading of the day’s specials by their server. It’s just that this particular day, the waiter was planted there by CollegeHumor. We’re having the anchflousalmtrout.
(NSFW: Language) When they’re not burning up the YouTube charts, Ylvis still has a TV comedy show in Norway. In this skit, they prank taxi riders by broadcasting a live play-by-play of their ride through the car’s radio. Turn captions on.
YouTuber Tom Mabe and his friends set up an elaborate ruse to teach a habitual drunk driver a harsh lesson that he’ll never forget. Or so we hope. Don’t be like this dude. Not all of us have prankster friends who’ll set us straight.
A couple of dudes punked their bro with a prank so simple, they didn’t even bother to come up with a decent premise. They just asked him to help them do a “trick.” Which they did. They just didn’t tell him it was a stripper’s trick.
Michigan State students fooled their basketball team’s opponent into committing a shot clock violation twice by incorrectly counting down the shot clock. Trolls? Sure, but it’s not like the actual clock is hidden from players.
(NSFW: Language) Wait for it… or don’t. In case his profile pic didn’t set off your parody radar, the titles of the tracks by this Soundcloud troll will. He pokes fun at the customary climax-then-drop structure of electronic dance music.
Jack Vale used the location-aware features of social media to conduct a prank/social experiment. He identified nearby Tweets, Instagram and other posts, then studied posts and profiles before approaching total strangers.
For his first day on the job, this young construction worker is asked to raise a bag of plaster over his head to demonstrate his lifting strength and stamina. You know that this isn’t going to end well.
For the third straight year, Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to play a cruel prank on their kids and tell them they ate all their Halloween candy. Some of these kids are going to be scarred for life. And Kimmel better watch his back.
A prank from a Colombian TV show. The unwitting victims share an elevator with a group of football fans. Then the elevator stops, its doors open… revealing another group of fans from a rival club waiting to enter.
Kyrie Irving’s alter ego tries to recruit his fellow point guard Lights, but the man’s wife won’t allow it. They need to teach the youngblood though, so they go out and ball anyway. Also starring Nate Robinson and Maya Moore.
Rather than running away in fear, punching pranksters in the face seems to be a common thread in these hilarious reactions to scary pranks which you should not try this Halloween (unless you want to get punched in the face).
(NSFW: Language) YouTuber bigclivedotcom claims he found this odd doll called Fanny Flambeaux. The video shows how she got her name. Spoiler: Big Clive actually made the doll himself. Good acting though.
A bunch of New Yorkers who only wanted a dose of caffeine got a different kind of jolt when a short-tempered girl opened up a can of whoop ass. With her mind. A promtional stunt for the upcoming Carrie remake.
DrivethrupranksterRahat placed a fake skeleton on his car’s driver’s seat to spook fast food crew. His shenanigans are perfect for Halloween, but judging from the video it seems like his infamy is catching up to him.
YouTuber Jake Dell nearly scared the soul out of his boss Paul with a simple prank. Paul didn’t get back at his subordinate, even when he found out Jake got it all on video. Skip to around 0:40. Press 6 to watch the best part again.
A group of naughty, but awfully generous buddies connected all the plumbing in their friend’s house to kegs of beer. Skip to 2:00 to see many a man’s dream come true. This is probably a viral ad, but whatever. Beer!
Ed Bassmaster recently reused one of his classic pranks, where he starts to ask a question then suddenly freezes up and contorts his face. The folks he talked to are incredibly polite. We don’t know if we’d be able to keep a straight face.
With a little help from UK illusionist Scott Penrose (and a few extras), BlinkBox pranks shoppers with the transporter effect from Star Trek to help promote the release of Star Trek: Into Darkness on their streaming service.