Prankster pulls the “Fake Celebrity” and convinces Times Square in New York City that he is an actual celeb.
I’m sure that it will still work, have you tried unplugging it and plugging it in again?
The Internet-famous Pleated-Jeans pranks his local grocery store’s card section with some hilariously off-kilter greeting cards and categories.
“Sure, I’ll help you put some sunscreen on your back… ohhhhh, nevermind.” Repeat.
Warning: May be offensive to bald men.
Spider-Man and Batman take to the streets and subways of Toronto to duke it out for box office glory and find out who looks better in tights.
Keep your perverted Shake Weight exercising habits behind closed doors, nobody wants to see you vigorously working those triceps in public. There’s children present, dammit!
Yes, you’ve officially freaked out the chick working the drive-thru window with your floating cup black magic, but you’re still not getting any extra nuggets.
They won’t stop… they can’t be stopped… from their viral video graves they rise. Yep, it’s another zombie prank that takes a cue from the recent headlines of humans munching on humans. Run for your lives!
Ed Bassmaster pranks the people of Beverly Hills into thinking they’re being mistaken for celebrities. Oh, and he also offends Larry King.
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Andy Samberg warns us of cannibalism, an undead prankster terrorizes Miami, and that orphan girl from Aliens sings her heart out.
That overzealous Pine-Sol lady just became scarier than the creepy Burger King dude with the giant plastic head.
Pulling a zombie prank on the citizens of Miami just days after the infamous face-eater incident is both hilarious and incredibly stupid. Somebody’s just asking to get tasered.
There are few sounds more annoying than a car alarm. Improv Everywhere knows this and has taken it upon themselves to simultaneously set off 100 car alarms in the parking lot of of a Staten Island shopping center. Perhaps for their next prank they could have 100 people drag their fingernails across a chalkboard.
And the “pirate treasure prank award of the week” goes to these fine gents. This group of pranksters somehow convinced an entire beach of sunbathers on Venice Beach that they had just unearthed a treasure chest. “Arrrgh, thar be idiots on this beach and gold in this sand.”