If we have to get advertising everywhere, is should all be as fun as this bus shelter ad in London, where they used augmented reality to make passengers believe that meteors were striking the city or a tiger was freely roaming through the street. »
Imagine seeing an unattended stroller careening through the park. If you're not a monster, your first instinct would be to help. But if you stopped this screaming pram all you'd find inside is a demon. Gross. »
One hazard of working the drive-thru window in late October is that you risk running into goofballs like this. Ed Bassmaster decided to spend an evening pranking fast food employees with his zombie makeup. One ten-piece order of brains, please. »
A comedy show in the UK has just pulled off a rather well executed prank. It all got started earlier this week when Dan Richards, the "CEO" of a fake company called FameDaddy, appeared on a major morning television show. Richards, who is an actor in real life, spoke on live TV about his company, what he described as the … »
Believe it or not, someone managed to put the words "human" and "centipede" next to each other more than 80 years before the infamous surgery horror film. This human centipede wasn't nearly as disgusting, but it was a torture device, albeit a mild one designed for hazing rituals.
We now know that it took no more than eight years following the invention of the telephone for people to realize the comedic potential of playing practical jokes via landline. »
When Steven Spielberg was filming Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, he brought in Barbra Streisand, Carrie Fisher, and Empire Strikes Back director Irvin Kershner to whip a confused, tied-up Indiana Jones. Also, Streisand was in a dominatrix costume. Yup. »
A lot of people think the Rapture is coming May 21. It's not. But assuming your pets are okay, here's a prank we'd like you to pull. We call it Rapture Bombing. »