The Knife Game Song is the daring game when the only one player spreads their hand on a flat surface. They then sing the Knife Song–which appropriately starts with “I have all my fingers. The knife goes chop, chop, chop”–while stabbing a knife in between their fingers in a circular motion.
The game is commonly played by gangsters, criminals, and any other ‘tough guy’ character in movies and TV shows. But a teenage girl? Can she ‘beat’ the knife game?
Remember the classic twin sister in the mirror prank? Patrons of a women’s restroom were shocked and horrified when they went to use the mirror only to find they had no reflection. Yet the woman adjacent to them did!
Really there was no mirror, only a sheet of glass separating a duplicate room. The woman actually had her twin sister copying her every move to make it appear as if she was in front of a mirror.
To promote the new Last Exorcism Part II, the movie studio created this undercover commercial using a similar prank technique. This time, women at the salon were terrified to see a ghost monster appear only momentarily in the mirror in front of them while getting their hair cut.
Naturally, they freaked out.
Now, the new viral advert, titled Beauty Salon Scare, has already garnered over 120,000 hits.
Jonathan Fielding took a birthday flight with his wife, which was coincidentally her first time flying, his mother in-law, and his baby son on a small propeller plane over beautiful Utah.
Terrifyingly, they were informed by the pilot that the carburetor had iced over, and the propeller was out of commission. They would have to crash land.
Being that this is 2013, Jonathon, of course, whipped out his cellphone camera to capture the drama. Even though the pilot was experienced with powerless landings in the field, the snow caused the plane to flip on landing.
Thankfully, they all survived save for a few scratches and bruises, and now the cellphone footage has gone viralviral, amassing over a quarter million views in just a week.