Prank of the Day: Fake Chef Trolls Various Morning TV Shows

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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.

Touché of the Day: The Best Trolling Advice to a Homophobic Parent

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Touché of the Day: The Best Trolling Advice to a Homophobic Parent
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Advice Columnist, Amy Dickinson, lays in to a half-assed, ignoramus of a parent in response to this person expressed that his or her son is only "being gay" in revenge for "forgetting his birthday for the past three years."

Prank Artist of the Day: Patton Oswalt's Trolltastic Two-Part Tweets

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Prank Artist of the Day: Patton Oswalt's Trolltastic Two-Part Tweets
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Over this weekend, the stand-up comedian brought the art of trolling to the next level with a series of two-part tweets that were intentionally cut off mid-sentence, confusing his million plus followers and conservative bloggers alike. For the complete archive of Oswalt's troll-tastic two-part tweets, check out this Storify list.

Hack of the Day: GNAA Hacks Tumblr with Viral Trollbait Posts

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Hack of the Day: GNAA Hacks Tumblr with Viral Trollbait Posts
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The infamous online trolling collective GNAA (Gay Ni**er Association of America) has apparently managed to hack Tumblr and disseminate its worm-ridden, ranting message against Tumblr users and "emo kids" (shown left) on the site, reportedly affecting over 6,000 Tumblr accounts in the matter of few hours since the exploit began on Monday morning. According to The Daily Dot, if your dashboard has been infected by the worm, you can get rid of it by simply deleting such posts from the dashboard.

Prank Artist of the Day: Guess Who?

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YouTube's prank artist Andrew Hales sneaks up behind strangers and strikes up some of the most awkward and entertaining "Guess Who" conversations ever!

Prank Artist of the Day

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Greg Benson of Mediocre Films goes to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco and trolls people's phone conversations by pretending to be on the phone while standing right next to them.