2012 was a fantastic year for pranks. Remember that awesomely sassy 'Psh' joke or the adorable Mistletoe setup? We'll say it til we're blue in the face-- we love pranks! They just make life a tad bit more interesting. Now that 2013 has rolled around, we think there's no better way to welcome the year than by bringing you a whole new set of hilarious shenanigans.
Here's a little gem from the TruTv reality show 'Principal's Office.' We aren't really sure how the principal thought it was going to go when he brought in two student "leaders" to ask them for help solving the school's "grinding" problem, but this seems about right.
The idea of getting stuck in an elevator when the power goes out is bad enough. But one Brazilian TV show decided to add a second, extremely frightening element, and they filmed it all for our viewing pleasure.
Here's a little video to get you into the spirit of Christmas, if you're kind of trampy. Nate, Caitlin and Stuart set up shop on the campus of Brigham Young University to trick as many people as possible into kissing them by using a sprig of renegade mistletoe that drops down at a moment's notice. They are braver than we -- the whole time we watched this all we could think was "Herpes! Herpes! Herpes alert!"
You know how much we love pranks. We're not talking about the terrifying kind involving zombies; we're big fans of the innocent variety like posting a picture of a fake lotto ticket. These types of jokes are all in good fun, and they give us awesome ideas for our own everyday pranks. That's exactly why we're loving Pearce Murphy's shenanigans.
If you know anything about us, it's that we love a good, harmless prank. Cell phone crashing and embarrassing people with talking elevators are just a couple we particularly fancy. Basically, we'd like to think of ourselves as joking experts. So when we recently came across a prank we've never before encountered, we took a humble blow to our humor egos and laughed our pants off.
Unless you've used your monthly minutes, there's usually no harm in letting a stranger borrow your cellphone for a quick call. There's usually no harm, butinternet prankster Andrew Hales plays off this social generosity in his latest video.
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