frauenfelder at February 21st, 2014 12:37 — #1
murattug at February 21st, 2014 12:52 — #2
to all pranksters of the world: I do not love you.
wrybread at February 21st, 2014 13:05 — #3
I, however, do love the pranksters of the world. Especially when they spice their videos with hilarious dramatic music like this.
thewoman at February 21st, 2014 14:50 — #4
This reminds me of something a friend and I did in high school. We'd have a normal conversation and replace one word with the name of a classmate sitting nearby. For instance, "I really wanted to go to the football Katie last night but my mom wouldn't let me." Of course we'd swear up and down that we weren't talking about that person, that we never said anyone's name, and suggest some kind of uber self involvement led the person to hearing his or her name. We found it funny at the time. I doubt our classmates did.
timmowarner at February 21st, 2014 19:48 — #5
Unlike most of the pranks which have been showcased on Boing Boing, I actually like this one!
beep54orama at February 22nd, 2014 07:38 — #6
That was so childish. Boy. I wish I had though of that at the time
murattug at February 22nd, 2014 20:50 — #7
I wish you remember when you (or your loved ones) are victim of any prankster (especially when it broadcasted on natinonal/international channels).
I think, pranks are very humiliating.
(ps: I apologize for my English mistakes)
jasonsrobot at February 23rd, 2014 06:28 — #8
He's literally saying their name as they walk by.
If you're at an expo and someone says your name as you walk by, aren't you going to turn around? Maybe you know them or they're referencing you for a reason.
There's no 'paranoia' involved.
peregrinus_bis at February 23rd, 2014 06:34 — #9
That is wonderful! I love it multiples.
frauenfelder at February 26th, 2014 12:37 — #10
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