Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival posed Prueher as a fictional TV chef named Chef Keith and attempted to get him booked on local morning news shows in the Midwest. The result was five disastrous TV appearances.
A physics student has recharged an old meme when he Rickrolled his teacher in a scholarly fashion by cleverly inserting every lyric to Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up into the margin of an essay.
Just composing an assessment on the influence of Danish scientist Niels Bohr on the theory of quantum physics would be challenging enough, let alone strategizing the presumably pain-staking process of laying out this massive prank.
It's a wonderful thing to give what you can to the homeless. Jerome Jarre decided to give back to those with big hearts with a little bit of positive instant karma. Posing as a homeless man, as people walked by and gave him money, he would reveal his true identity, thanking them and rewarding them with a bouquet of flowers and a $100 bill!
Greg Benson brings us some more hilarity when he heads to the airport and confuse people by pretending he's in a conversation with a person who is already on the phone. Ridiculous confusion ensues!
With a mission to save lives and prevent a sixth DUI offense, Youtube pranksters Tom Mabe and Jim Clark set up an empty office to resemble a hospital room and convince a man he's unconscious for ten years.
Vitaly is normally known for his his pranks that have become quite popular on Youtube. For Thanksgiving, he decided to do something a little different by providing 1,000 turkey sandwiches to the homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles.