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A YouTuber going by the name RossCreations is one of those loathsome channel operators that doesn't really understand what a prank is. Recently, he removed some stop signs that he deemed "unnecessary", and now he's been arrested. In a video published to his channel yesterday, Ross is pleading with his half a million subscribers to donate to his legal fund.


Love it or hate it, April Fools' Day is pretty tame in the 21st century. Krispy Kreme tells you it's changing its name to Krispy Cream or something and you're supposed to be "tricked". Then everybody rolls their eyes and goes on with their lives. But back in the 19th century, April Fools' Day was hardcore.


Confession time. I can't look in the mirror in a dark room. Blame it on far too many horror films, or attempts at conjuring "Bloody Mary" as a kid.

Bringing all my fears to life, the people at The Conjuring 2 decided to prank a bunch of viewers with that now-famous spooky nun. And the results are pretty funny. Check the guy out at the end!


If this face seems familiar, it's probably because you've seen it associated with any number of recent terror incidents. This man has apparently died at least three times since January, most recently in the terrorist attack at Atatürk Airport in Istanbul. So what gives? A France24 investigation provides the answer.


Remember jumping in your seat the first time you saw Jurassic Park? That was just a movie, and you were probably sitting in a comfy theatre chair. Imagine finding yourself coming face to face with what looks like a real dinosaur in a deserted parking garage. If you don't have a heart attack, you'll still have to find a change of pants.


Most users of public transport are pretty blasé when people hit them up for cash between stations. When a man announced he was collecting funds to build a time machine, riders chuckled at the odd request -- until another man boarded the train and announced he was the inventor's future self. He implored them not to give any money because time travel will ruin everything.


As most of her fans know, Ellen DeGeneres has been messing (hilariously) with Today Show host Matt Lauer. Now, it'd seem, Matt's decided to get even. After opening her car door and spilling ping pong balls all over a parking lot, DeGeneres discovers a cardboard cutout of her prankster buried inside.


The only thing worse than all the junk mail stuffed in your mailbox is finding a card that's actually addressed to you, but is covered in mounds of glitter. The shiny stuff ends up all over your hands, your face, and your home, and it's all but impossible to clean up. So that's why a glitter bomb, courtesy of ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com, is the perfect prank.