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Can Someone Please Explain To Me Why Pretending To Throw Your Kid Off A Balcony Is Funny?

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Ugh

Let me preface this by saying I have a dark sense of humor. I find horribly grim shit that would make most people cringe laughable. That said, I can’t find a damn reason why viral prankster Roman Atwood‘s latest stunt is remotely funny. This dude pretends to “accidentally” toss his kid over a balcony to terrify his wife half to death. Nope, not laughing. Too many kids actually die in freak accidents every year. Also, while I’m not a mother, I’m going to venture that believing your child is dead on the floor in front of you tops the list of some of the worst emotions a human can feel, and to have the person she trusts most, her husband, put her in that position is just awful. Gross.

Frisky Rant: What’s So Funny About Forcing A Woman To Kiss You?

This Is Not Funny

A bunch of obviously misogynistic “pranks” have been circling my Facebook newsfeed for a few days now and it is just pissing me off. In one particular video, that really can’t be labelled as a prank because there is absolutely nothing funny about it, a young man walks up to a random woman, asks a few questions and then shoves his tongue down her throat. Keep reading »

Did You Have A Senior Prank? (Hopefully One Less Illegal Than The Prank In Teaneck)

By now you’ve heard about the 63 students who were arrested at Teaneck High School in New Jersey for a senior prank that veered off-course into straight-up vandalism. Nearly one-fifth of the senior class broke into the school overnight on Wednesday to pee on the floors, smear petroleum jelly on doorknobs, overturn chairs and desks, and leave raw eggs and hot dogs scattered about. These geniuses set off an alarm at 2 a.m. and got busted by police. Now the parents pranksters are facing criminal mischief and burglary charges, which could possibly effect potential scholarships. This reminded me of an aborted senior prank some girl in my class tried. She got caught stealing the janitor’s keys (what she intended to do with them, I don’t know) and got suspended. She had been accepted into Columbia University and when they heard about her prank, they rescinded her offer. No one really felt bad for her because it was hella dumb.

Did any Frisky readers have a senior prank? How did it go? Did you get caught? What happened? [NorthJersey.com] [Image of a dunce via Shutterstock]

Watch This: Norman Reedus Gets Pranked By A Zombie

Norman Reedus Zombie Prank
"Good job, you jerk."

Teenager Nick Santonastasso was born without legs and one arm, and has carved out a niche for himself as something of a Vine celebrity, specializing in zombie pranks. His funny videos caught the eye of the crew of “The Walking Dead,” who flew Nick to Tokyo to play the mother of all zombie pranks on none other than Amelia’s BFF, Norman Reedus. Check it out above. The whole TWD cast seems like a blast to hang out with, don’t they? [YouTube]

Horrible People Scare Innocent Bystanders With Demonic Baby Stroller

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That Thing Is Creepy

As PR for the new “Rosemary’s Baby”-esque horror movie “Devil’s Due,” a prop studio equipped a remote-controlled baby carriage with a demon baby. They took it out into the streets and filmed concerned New Yorkers looked inside a carriage sitting by itself only to have a screaming, bloody-eyed devil baby suddenly pop up. As you would expect, (nearly) everybody lost their shit over the prank. Scaring innocent old ladies! What fun! But I won’t pretend I didn’t start laughing when the devil baby began spewing nasty green goo. Nice touch, folks. [YouTube]

Awesome Parents Convince Kids Their Plastic Dinosaur Toys Come To Life Every Night In “Dinovember”

Every November, Refe Tuma and his wife wait until their daughters are fast asleep, and then create intricate scenes with their toy dinosaurs, making it look like the toys have come to life overnight and wrought havoc around the family home. The brilliant parents call their tradition “Dinovember.”

It started with the mischievous dinos getting into a box of cereal and making a mess on the kitchen table, and quickly escalated to more sophisticated setups from there. One particularly adorable moment from Dinovember involved the dinosaurs cracking open a carton of eggs and seemingly dining on them during the night. When the girls discovered their toys’ slimy path of destruction the next morning, they whispered, “Mom and Dad are not going to like this.” Keep reading »

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