Guy stages a fake occult secret society meeting, then orders pizza
San Diego photographer Tim King recently hosted a secret society-themed party for eight of his friends, complete with robes, masks, and a soundtrack provided by the “chanting monks” Pandora station. Then he ordered a pizza delivery, turned on a video camera, and waited.
See this is a prank. It’s fun, it’s funny, it doesn’t hurt anyone, and it gives the guy getting pranked a good story to tell with no skin off his back.
I almost forgot that pranks could be funny.
Decided to take a spontaneous road trip with my friend BBcat to Pennsylvania at 10 pm last night. Looking for WaWa, we ended up on an cracked and ominous road called “ol’ 13” at midnight, with about 100 signs telling us “no u-turns,” “road work ahead, road closed,” and like literally the road was littered with signs wanting us to not be there. It was probably the scariest experience of our lives and we are thankful not to be possessed by satan.
I’ll never forget how the depression and loneliness felt good and bad at the same time. Still doesHenry Rollins, Pissing in the Gene Pool (via stxxz)
"hey you have a zit on your-" YES. THANK YOU. I AM AWARE. I AM FULLY AWARE OF MY ACNE AND WHERE IT IS LOCATED. ALL YOU’VE DONE BY POINTING IT OUT IS HUMILIATE ME. THANKS. THANK YOU. THANKS A LOT.