Now go forth and prank.
Now go forth and prank.
The most perfect use of Facebook ever.
This is the absolute best kind of prank. BRB gross crying.
Sorry, but your secrets aren’t quite as safe as you think.
Plus Amy Schumer on David Letterman, an alternate “How I Met Your Mother” ending, and a Georgia high school has its first integrated prom ever (!!!!).
Turns out it was just a little Photoshop action.
Plus the final episode of “How I Met Your Mother” airs, one guy gets into all 8 Ivy League schools (!!!), and the “Real Housewives of New York,” ranked by craziness.
Ranked by originality, follow-through and overall cuteness.
Welcome to the internet, I’ll be your guide. This post will be updated throughout the day. Stay strong.
They’re the siblings you were meant to have.
…And it turns out she didn’t for a very long time.
Plus who you need to know for Fashion Week, 10 Russian novels you should really read, and the girl who replaced her family’s pictures with Kanye looking angry.
Plus the SNL quote quiz, the 15 best fast food breakfasts in the country, and 18 big design ideas for small living spaces.
Hope your friends like ketchup lattes…
There’s nothing not funny about this.
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
Be nice, parents. BE NICE!
Greatest if you’re the one pulling them, that is. I imagine the victims have a different opinion.
This could either be a hoax or the most elaborate prank-with-a-message of the year.
He had it coming.
What happens when you get Alex in a room full of Trebek superfans, aka “Trebekkies.”
Plus the first-ever video tour of a Sriracha factory, how to clean your house after getting pranked on Halloween, and a drone delivers a cigar to Arnold Schwarzenegger.
There’s no kind of justice like swift, unverified, and possibly slanderous internet justice.
It never gets old.
Everyone hates that the iPhone shows people when you’re texting them. Now you can make your friends think you’re typing out a text forever. Thanks to this site.
Customers at a New York City coffee shop were pranked into believing that telekinesis is real.
If you see #CureForMiley online today, it’s fake.
Wait for it.
Amusing, yes, but also terrifying.
Waste time… productively!