Feb 012014
Messing With Super Bowl Fans

Football fans takes their team honor very serious. So as a fun gag, popular online prankster Stuart Edge teamed up with J Stu to mess with Super Bowl fans in New York City. 

As Denver and Seattle fans anxiously awaited the big game, Stuart, dressed in a Seahawks jersey, messed with Broncos fans while Stu, dressed as a Broncos fan, bothered Seahawks supporters. 

Most laughed along, but some were not happy to have their honor smeared. 


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Feb 012014
Johnny T’s Guide To Attending The Super Bowl

New Yorker Johnny T of the popular puppet channel Glove and Boots made his viral debut back in September explaining simple tourist tips for visiting the Big Apple. 

Now that the Super Bowl is being held in Met Life stadium in New Jersey, the unofficial backyard of NYC, Johnny has returned to offer a guide to attending the Super Bowl in his metro area. 


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Jan 152014
Macklemore Performs Can’t Hold Us On New York City Bus

To promote The GRAMMYs where they will perform live on Sunday, January 26 on CBS, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit up a New York City bus for a special surprise performance of their hit single Can’t Hold Us.

Many viewers think the video is staged, while others don’t even care as they love the concept.

What do you think?


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Jan 142014
Remot Control Devil Baby Prank In New York City

To promote the new horror film Devil’s Due, the studios made the very smart decision to commission this prank video instead of traditional marketing. 

A crew built a remote control stroller with a very realistic ‘Devil baby‘ inside. The baby would cry to attract a sympathetic bystander only to jump out and scare the bejeezus out of them. 


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Jan 132014
No Pants Subway Ride 2014

The No Pants Subway Ride by New York City based improv group Improv Everywhere is about as old as YouTube. 

Still, they hold the annual prank on commuters every year in the dead cold of winter for extra shock value and bring along cameras to entertain the Internet. 

This year, tens of thousands of riders in on gag took off their pants while riding subways in over 60 cities in 25 countries around the world.


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