Some Pranks are Better Than Others…

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YouTube – What if telekinesis was real? How would you react? Our hidden camera experiment captures the reactions of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee shop as they witness a telekinetic event.

Pranks are a funny thing. This one is incredible. But like most pranks, it sure has its risks. You never know how people are going to react under intense pressure. How they’ll act under circumstances that they can’t comprehend. Here’s a thought someone could be thinking with this prank. “What the hell is going on? Some chick is using her mind to throw a grown man up on a wall? Moving tables without touching them? Chucking photos off the wall and books off the shelf? Oh, well, this woman is obviously satan and she needs to die. Glad I have my gun on me.” Is that extreme? Of course. But I could see it happening. How ’bout construction worker standing there with a giant pipe?


What if this dude was having a bad day and was in no mood to have some satan chick throwing people around with her mind? BLAMMO WITH THE PIPE! End of prank.

I’m telling you, people are gonna start dying as companies/studios/friends start upping the ante on pranks. They look too real and people get too scared. Eventually, someone is gonna react with that fight adrenaline instead of the flight adrenaline… and when that happens, we’ll all be sad and pranks won’t be funny anymore.


A few other posts I’ve done on pranks:

Pranks Are Only Funny If You’re 100% Convinced You’re Going to Die, Right?

LG Advertising is Walking a Dangerously Fine Line… 

“If You Look Closely, It’s Not Even a Real Dinosaur”

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One Response to Some Pranks are Better Than Others…

  1. JP says:

    Probably why they did it in NYC where it’s illegal to own guns, knives, forks, sharpened toothbrushes, unfolded paperclips, thumb tacks, and big sodas.

    Take that ish to Alabama and somebody is going to die.

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