This guy even tells her about 8 times that she has the wrong person, but she just doesn't want to believe it. After all this, we hope Brad and Jess got to go to the movies.
Today in Twitter theater we have the story of Dave Holmes, an LA based writer and comedian who received a scam call from someone pretending to be from the IRS. Since he was at the beginning of a commute, Dave decided to go along with the scheme.
Content warning: some language ahead is as shady as a scam call.
Apparently, the person behind Obvious Plant took a little vacation recently because he dropped off this fake guest book at a Florida AirBnB. These people's reasons for visiting Florida will inspire you to hop on a plane right now to spend some time in the sunshine state. Or, maybe you'll want to stay far, far away from there. Either way, these testimonials are worth the read.
Can't say all of these will work for you, or that some are even safe enough to be advisable, but here's some ideas to get you going in the right direction. Also if you do the seagull one you're a bastard. If you want to become feared by strangers and hated by your friends, then check out these things you can do to mess with people's minds.
On New Year's Day, residents woke up to see that the famous "Hollywood" sign had fallen victim to a prank overnight.
But this wasn't the first time the Hollywood sign has fallen victim to a prank or been altered. Here's a quick list of the changes the sign has seen since its creation.
We’re off to a great start.
The first, only, and by default, best public prank of 2017 is here. Around 3:30 am on New Year’s day, someone snuck up to the Hollywood sign, threw several carefully cut tarps over the two Os so that they would look like Es, and disappeared, like a ninja in a cloud of smoke. The sign read “Hollyweed" until 12:30pm, when Stacy Isroelit, a spokeswoman for the Hollywood Sign Trust said that the tarps would be taken down.
The New York Times reported that the prank may be referencing new legislation for legalized recreational marijuana use, but Isroelit said, “It looks more like a New Year’s Eve prank.”
The suspect is still at large. Who knows if they’ll attack other American icons, like putting a joint in Teddy Roosevelt's mouth on Mount Rushmore or making the Statue of Liberty’s torch look like a bong. You know, other weed stuff.
Celebrities and cartoon characters are attempting to distance themselves form the crime.
I don't know who did this to the Hollywood Sign, but I'm quite impressed they got away with it. pic.twitter.com/KaRZPSs1iw— Steve-O (@steveo) January 1, 2017
my lawyer has advised me not to officially comment on this matter https://t.co/0dau5abPS1— BoJack Horseman (@BoJackHorseman) January 1, 2017
Also not it. https://t.co/GToSVWAPVD— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 1, 2017
Whoever did it, thank you for getting this year off on the right foot.
Everyone knows at Burger King, they serve burgers “your way,” but this Halloween, they’re serving them roasted, leaving the competition burnt to a crisp.
A Burger King in Queens, NY got really into the Halloween spirit this year, throwing a white tarp over the building and dressing it up as the ghost of McDonald’s. Rest assured, the location cleared things up on their marquee, which read, “BOOOOO! Just kidding, we still flame grill our burgers. Happy Halloween.” They even scrawled "McDonald's" on their food containters. Needless to say, it was a real fright to an already brave customer-base looking to get their Whopperito on.
For a company that sells cheeto-dusted chicken fingers and has this creep as their mascot, Burger King really has the weird fast-food marketing department on lock.
Actually, creepy mascots are kind of both of their M.O. I direct your attention to Exhibit A, a gif of a couple of Grimace Grandmas rubbing Ronald McDonald's head. Yikes.
A high school student took a yearbook photo prank too far when he exposed himself to the camera. Now he's facing prison and a lifelong label as a registered sex offender. People in the community support him. Many are questioning why this mistake wasn't caught by one of the many adults involved in taking the picture and preparing the yearbook before it went to print.