A woman supposedly sick of being pranked by her boyfriend has got her own back by pepper spraying his toilet paper, then filming his reaction.
She offers ice cubs to ease the pain. When his suffering then becomes worse, the woman admits she pepper sprayed them too.
The man eventually stumbles to the shower where he douses himself with the detachable shower head while fully clothed.
You’ve seen Frozen a million times thanks to your kid but you haven’t seen the censored version…
Think you have balls? You’re wrong. You’re so wrong. Not until you’ve done this.
A NYC band, that busks by the L Train stop at Bedford Avenue, have been making a name for themselves amongst late night commuters. When they went into a cover of the Grateful Dead’s ‘Me and My Uncle,’ one little girl channeled her inner Deadhead hard. This noodle dancing kid inspired others on the train to start shaking it with no cares in the world. It seems cool, but parents be forewarned, this is the same way Courtney Love was raised.
There really aren’t many reasons to become a magician these days other than cheap living room entertainment. You definitely can’t score women with your magic. Though there might be one of those awful double standards where if you’re a girl it’d help you pick up a dude. That’s besides the point, because there’s totally a legit use for magic in 2014. Getting out of speeding tickets!
“For my next trick, I will make these charges disappear!”
YouTube prankster Roman Atwood set up hidden cameras and tricked his own wife into thinking that he accidentally threw their son off a balcony.
If you were expecting to see anything other than a video from the 80s of some women clad in bikinis shooting machine guns, then you’re gonna be disappointed. In fact, that is all this video contains. Enjoy!
You know this guy. You’re getting 20 styles of this Mariah Carey hit before it’s all said and done. It’s not as strong as some of his other work, BUT it’s got holiday cheer!
There’s a video on YouTube called ‘Meat Beat,’ where a girl in lingerie smacks a bunch of raw meat against her body to create a drum beat. You’re hearing sausages, baloney, shrimp, ground beef, steak, a fish, and a crab. (She doesn’t actually play the whole beat at once . . . they recorded all the sounds separately, then built the beat in a computer.
And the video is NOT safe for work, since it features a very scantily clad woman getting smacked in the chest and rear end with raw meat.)
The folks from PooPourri are at it again!