Fake Celebrity of the Day

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In a genius -- and also horrifying -- social experiment, not-famous Thomas Elliot donned a hoodie and some buddies for a Saturday outing at a Virginia mall. Before long, his entourage was being escorted by mall security and trailed by "fans," and several stores even closed their doors for private shopping. The video "is just a taste of all the autographs, pictures, and people who wanted get close to all the commotion."

[crushable]

Super Prank of the Day

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Super Prank of the Day: For his latest YouTube Challenge (previously, and), Jimmy Kimmel targeted adults for once, telling viewers to wait for a crucial moment during the Super Bowl, and then unplug or turn off the television.

Surprisingly, no humans were killed in the making of this prank.

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Purrfect Prank of the Day

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Purrfect Prank of the Day
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Purrfect Prank of the Day: Redditor frackyou's little cousin posted his phone number to Facebook along with a status update informing everyone that he was bored.

Cat Facts to the rescue.

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Urban Intervention of the Day

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Urban Intervention of the Day: Merry pranksters Vojtech FröhlichOndrej Mlady, and Jan Simanek converted a rotating billboard in Prague into a giant merry-go-round.

Watch the making of video below:

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Impractical Joke of the Day: Miles Grose joins Greg and Ryan and together they descend upon unsuspecting employees at their local Walmart to take another stab at their now-infamous Shopping List Prank.

All jokes aside, if a store doesn't carry Avatar on VHS it really has no business existing.

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Impractical Joke of the Day

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Impractical Joke of the Day: The ostensible premise of this prank is to see how many fake shopping list items Greg Benson and Ryan Smith can get through before the Target store employee helping them walks away.

This Looks Shopped of the Day

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This Looks Shopped of the Day: Travis writes: "For the third year in a row, I sent in this photo of my good friend Jimberly to the local NBC affiliate in my city, KNDU. And, just between you and me, Jimberly is a shopped masterpiece of my friends' various facial features stitched together. You may remember him from