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Vine has quickly become a great place to see some of the best pranks on the internet. Many of these pranks are simply hilarious, but some of them -- like the dude smearing Nair all over his (newly bald) friend's scalp above -- just cross the line into outright sadism. Here are prank Vines gone too far, with the expected NSFW language.
The mission statement of MTV Other is "Short Shows, Random Weirdness," and that's exactly what you'll get with "Two Guys Named Josh." It's actually two women playing two guys named Josh, but in the episode below, they're playing guys playing...um...women. See, Josh and Josh are heading to a lesbian bar -- dressed in full drag -- in an attempt to get lucky. The plan ("Project: Girl-on-Girl-on-Girl") works about as well as you'd expect, especially when the two bros realize how pretty the other has become...
There's a lot of debate about how women are depicted in the world of "Grand Theft Auto," specifically with the whole picking-up-prostitutes element. But maybe those ladies have more personality than the game itself suggests -- at least, that's what comedian Chet Siegel from Guyism imagines in this (NSFW) parody of newly released "GTA V." After watching it, you just might want to skip the solicitation and stick to other varieties of digital crime.
This might not qualify as a fail, since the ultimate goal was to get some Internet recognition. But it's not really a "win" if you need immediate medical attention.
In the Vine below (uploaded to YouTube after the original was deleted), a guy attempts to pull off an incredibly risky stunt -- jumping over a speeding car -- but doesn't even come close to clearing it. At least he's able to jump high enough to not be run over:
He appears to be relatively unharmed in the ambulance, and the brush with death even seems to have given him religion:
Here I am sitting in the hospital, thanking God I'm alive. Thanking God for my stupidity, for my courage. Life is precious. Thank the Lord.
If you're in a relationship long enough, you'll have to make a huge decision: Whether your girlfriend should also be your roommate. It means less freedom to be an unhygienic slob -- and fewer hours to watch porn sports -- but, let's face it, that's probably for the best.
If the amnesia video is real, then it's a genuinely sweet moment -- and it made us wonder what that situation would be like if the roles were reversed. Well, Slacktory has made a parody to answer that very question. Although this one is definitely fake, it's probably a little more realistic. Hey, it's tough to stay in shape after several years of wedded bliss.
Standup comic and 'Guy Code' cast member, Pete Davidson, has a lot to teach you. Sure, he's only 19 years old and doesn't have as much life experience as other advice gurus like Oprah Winfrey, Deepak Chopra and Riff Raff, but that isn't going to stop him. Pete's got some thoughts, Pete's got some angles and Pete's going to share them with the world in his big new web series "How To With Pete."
The new school year has begun and there is no doubt that you've already been day-dreaming about your hot teacher. Maybe she doesn't look like a woman you'd normally obsess over. It doesn't matter. She's attractive (or at least more-so than your other teachers), she has power over you and the teacher-student fantasy has been around since the dawn of chalkboards. Pete thinks it's time you make that dream a reality. It's time to hit on your teacher!
It's been a long time since Zack Morris served as a shining example of Guy Code on "Saved By The Bell." Sure, kids growing up now can still check out the reruns, but it just won't ring as true for the new generation. Thankfully, actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar met up with comedian Paul F. Tompkins for his hilarious talk show, "Speakeasy," to discuss how Zack would handle some modern problems. Watch the video, and then check out our ideas for more present-day episodes...
Zack Accidentally Snapchats Jessie
Still riding a high after a wrestling victory over Valley, Zack tries to send a racy snapchat to Kelly, but accidentally sends it to Jessie. Zack panics when Jessie responds with her own sexy snapchat. Zack knows he should let Jessie down without hurting her feelings -- and without letting Kelly find out. Zack sends Jessie another snapchat. This time, it's a photo from a medical textbook, which he captions, "Is this infected?" Jessie loses all interest.
Last week, a video of a girl setting herself on fire while twerking quickly racked up almost 10 million views. Before we posted it here, we debated whether it was staged -- it seemed a little too perfect -- but we figured, who would set herself ablaze just for online attention?
The answer: Hollywood stuntwoman Daphne Avalon. The whole thing was an elaborate ruse that Jimmy Kimmel orchestrated to see whether it'd go viral. This is probably the most successful mass-media prank since Orson Welles read "The War Of The Worlds" like a radio news broadcast in 1938 and made the public think aliens were invading earth. People weren't more naive in the past -- they just didn't have YouTube.
We'd be mad about getting punk'd, but every guy loves a brilliant prank, so we have to give Kimmel serious props. Watch the grand reveal below:
Although Batman is teaming up with Superman in the "Man Of Steel" sequel, in real life he's teaming up with Captain America to rescue household pets.
Ex-firefighter and Iraq veteran John Buckland (Batman) and his "Heroes 4 Hire" partner Troy Marcum (Captain America) were teaching kids about safety in Milton, West Virginia, when they saw a house on fire. They raced inside and saved a cat, then resuscitated it. The feline ungratefully hissed at Buckland, who didn't take it personally because "he just got resuscitated by Batman -- that's a pretty scary thing to wake up to."
It's pretty weird to hear Batman speak with a Southern accent, but Buckland has the skills and a badass suit. Maybe he could take the role away from Ben Affleck? OK, that's a long shot, but watch the video after the jump: