Let’s face it, everyone has someone they don’t particularly like on their FaceBook page, and often, that’s because that person is at least a little stupid. Fortunately, they can be fun to have on your page as long as you’re willing to mess with them like this guy did.
I know they’re fake, but they’re so spot on.
At a Neo-Nazi festival in Germany recently, a group called EXIT managed to get these shirts out to 250 attendees. At first they had a pro-nationalist message, but when washed, they urged those looking to get out of the lifestyle to contact them for help escaping.
While I believe I have had first-hand experience with the paranormal, I also believe that a lot of the “evidence” backing it up is just bull. That’s why I love this Oddee article that lets you decide which recordings are real, and which are fabrications or coincidences.
Yes, this is real…or at least, really weird.
If someone tells you there’s a volcano exploding in your town, you shouldn’t have to check the calendar to see if it’s April 1st, but that didn’t stop the police from letting one prankster fake a volcanic eruption in 1974. This insane prank is one of the many weird and disturbing stunts featured in this great Cracked article.
I sincerely wish this wasn’t a hoax. A Japanese site sold 20 “Real Pikachus” for over $900 million dollars. How f-ing cute are these little photoshopped brats!