Prank of The Day: Guy Thinks he is Texting Gorgeous Babe, Ends up Being His Dastardly Friend
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An Irish dude named Ollie was able to trick his friend into texting a girl named "Rachel" for nearly two days, even setting up plans to "Netflix and Chill."

His bud had met Rachel on Halloween night and went home with her. But she never texted back.

She had finally reached out, he thought. WRONG.

It was just Ollie.

Aren't friends just great?

Via: @maryc_021
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Adele released her new single "Hello" last week to much acclaim. And unless you've been living under a rock, you've wept alone to this tune at least 15 times.

This guy is apparently living under a rock.

Mary Caldarella decided to text her ex-boyfriend, Matt, these heartbreaking lyrics to see how'd he react.

He didn't get it.

"Last time I asked if we could go on a date when I came to auburn you told me to go f*ck myself."

Prank of The Day: Bros Hold Fake Funeral For Bud Who Spends Too Much Time With His Girlfriend
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These bros are dedicated.

After noticing that their buddy, 20-year-old Keiran Cable, had been missing ever since he started dating his girlfriend—they knew that something had to be done.

So the group of 50 footballers from Wales decided to do what any reasonable group of young men would do. They organized a fake funeral to say goodbye to their beloved friend.

The funeral took place at a local pub and included everything a good funeral must have: service leaflets, a coffin, funeral procession and time for friends to read their special memories.

"I was in complete shock and didn't know what to do or say. My cheeks were aching from smiling so much. The boys made a massive effort and it was definitely a day to remember," Cable said.

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Tumblr user Obvious Plant (aka Jeff Wysaski/PleatedJeans) is known for conducting some pretty clever pranks in which he “plants” fake signs around shops and other public spots around L.A.

One that recently got a lot of attention involved him placing some fake self-help books like “So You’re Son is a Centaur” among real books at a store in West Hollywood.

He’s also trolled a wine shop with some custom recommendations.

For his latest stunt, Wysaski stopped by a local pet shop and added a few of his own descriptions to some of the animals’ tanks and cages.

“Sometimes, you’ve just got to take it into your own hands to expand a store’s product line,” he writes.

These included everything from Guy Fieri hamsters and baby Godzillas to invisible fish and judgmental tree frogs.

Here are a few below, but you can check out the full set and more of his work on his Tumblr.

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Anti-gay protesters were picketing outside the Carolina Rebellion rock festival at the Charlotte Motor Speedway earlier this month, so one of the attendees decided to pull a clever little prank on them.

The concert goer noticed that the website they were promoting on their signs,, had expired, so he/she purchased the domain.

The prankster then redirected it to an extremely WARNING gay pr0n site called “”

This isn’t exactly in line with their message, but it’s sure to spark some wrath among the group.

A “pastor” with “Warnings of Wrath” has a Blogger account with a post that explains the meaning behind their name, and that page also currently includes a link to the pr0n site.

Hijacking domains as a form of protest has been happening a lot lately, particularly with theRepublican presidential candidates who failed to secure all of their domains before announcing their candidacy.

Via: Google
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Google is celebrating April Fool’s Day a little early.

A new option on Google Maps lets you turn the world into a playable game of Pac-Man.

From the support page:

Welcome, Player 1! You can now play the classic arcade game PAC-MAN in Google Maps with streets as your maze. Avoid Blinky, Pinky, Inky, (and Clyde!) as you swerve the streets of some famous places around the world. But eat the pac-dots fast, because this game will only be around for a little while.

You can plan anywhere with enough streets by clicking the icon in the bottom left corner of the screen, but Google also offers some clues to the best locations where a special Pac-Man marker has already been place.

  • Don’t drop the ball on the eve of your victory!
  • Triumph is délicieux.
  • Does a Galaxian bonus await at the top of those 272 steps?
  • Chomp your way to independence down seven lanes of July.
  • PAC-MAN and Ms. PAC-MAN can’t agree on which side is prettier: the American or the Canadian. Which side do you fall on, eh?
  • After a chat with the Sphinx, PAC-MAN sounds more like “Dokki Dokki”.
  • Pause game play to admire Chagall’s stained glass windows and have a bit of chocolate.
  • Can you score 10^(10^100) points?
  • Whether they’re flashing blue or sporting their natural colors, Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde are always kakkoii. Even Vogue agrees they’re living in the trendiest of neighborhoods.
  • Previous PAC-MAN lives don’t get to rest in a white marble mausoleum.
  • Head to the valley of the sun and earn your grade in the art of the game.
  • How well can you navigate the radiating streets of the distrito federal?
  • Victory is like gothic glockenspiel musik to our ears.
  • Pay special attention to Blinky – he might blend in with the dreaming red kangaroos!
  • You’ll find the Beach PAC-MAN World Cup here before long.

You can expect the entire Internet to be flooded with April Fool’s Day pranks like this on Wednesday.

It says the game will only be available for a limited time, but hopefully they decide to keep the Pac-Man hack as a permanent option.

It’s like the new movie “Pixels,” only in real life.

Via: MrLeeFind
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Toronoto Maple Leafs player Nazem Kadri was benched on Monday because he overslept and missed a team meeting.

So a reporter for Canada’s CP24 was out on the streets asking fans what they thought of the decision.

One man seemed to have something intelligent to say… at first.

“He gets paid a lot to be there,” he says. “So I think he should just f*ck her right in the pu**y.”

The reporter was not pleased, and she quickly sends the camera back to the anchor.

“Oh my goodness,” she says. “That was awful.”

The FHRITP meme started last year when filmmaker John Cain uploaded various videos of reporters getting pranked live on the air which eventually turned out to be hoaxes.

This one however, appears to be all too real.

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