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Koveras
05-11-2011, 19:59
Grim reaper prank (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nH7XpfiLiI)

Oldie, but still fun.

GFH_Spike
05-11-2011, 20:15
Worth a watch, if only for the facial expressions of the victims.

Mapi
05-11-2011, 20:23
haha that was pretty well done

Bissen
05-11-2011, 20:34
Worth a watch, if only for the facial expressions of the victims.
You think?

Tenebrion
05-11-2011, 20:36
I really hate campy "prank" videos like those. They just look (and especially, sound) fake as hell.

Hyphelion
05-11-2011, 21:30
Grim reaper prank (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nH7XpfiLiI)

Oldie, but still fun.

Here is another one very similar to the grim reaper prank.

RĂ©mi Gaillard's Friday 13 prank (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDUSo9SEhok)

Grisu
05-11-2011, 21:35
I really hate campy "prank" videos like those. They just look (and especially, sound) fake as hell.

Ya it is fake most of the time. my friends sister lives in Montreal where they do most of the pranks and they came up to her and asked her to act surprised when they pranked her its stupid.

Ragnarok Delrhe
05-11-2011, 21:41
Ya it is fake most of the time. my friends sister lives in Montreal where they do most of the pranks and they came up to her and asked her to act surprised when they pranked her its stupid.

they have to ask people's permission to film them otherwise they can get sued.

Grisu
05-11-2011, 23:02
they have to ask people's permission to film them otherwise they can get sued.

ya but that ruins everything :(

Emolas
05-11-2011, 23:21
They don't have to ask for permission. But your source is probably the facebook or youtube TOS.

Gloomrender
05-12-2011, 03:28
they have to ask people's permission to film them otherwise they can get sued.

I don't know about your Orwellian euro laws or where this was filmed, but in the US they do not have to ask in...I think all states. The exception being some states and only if they are cops.

Irenor
05-12-2011, 04:06
they have to ask people's permission to film them otherwise they can get sued.

I believe they are only required to ask people's permission if people below the age of 18 are involved (besides the actors). Otherwise they can film pretty much anything they want.

Angarato
05-12-2011, 13:53
you do have to ask for permission but its you can do it with a consent form you can ask them after your filmed them.

88Chaz88
05-12-2011, 14:02
I don't know about your Orwellian euro laws or where this was filmed, but in the US they do not have to ask in...I think all states. The exception being some states and only if they are cops.

Wouldn't asking for someone's permission to be filmed be the opposite of Orwellian?