Here we cover the Top 10 Pranks Gone Wrong In The Hood.
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Top 10 Pranks Gone Wrong In The Hood
Nice way of getting views and making Adsense money by talking about other peoples prank videos. Next time post the source to the original videos in the description so people can watch them for themselves.
People you need to be smart. Some of these pranks especially the one at the ATM could have seriously get you killed me myself I would have killed you no questions asked. And and some people said that it was his friends he was pranking at the ATM that don't matter there could have been somebody standing behind in line with a license to carry and a firearm who would have shot you dead for trying to rob somebody. Just got to be smart
This dude right here...ive never watched your videos before buddie but i gotta tell ya...i like em. Your funny, you deliver flawlessly and you don't sound like a cunt, like chills does! Hate that guy. Keep it up man.
It's a prank, it's a prank, it's a prank, oh shit I just got shot in the nuts, man it was just a prank why didn't they know it was just in good fun jeez all I wanted to do was get a laugh for all my friends at the expense of someone else. Oh you mean if someone is having a real shitty day and in there mind they want to hurt someone and they felt the right to take it out on me. Just wrong.
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