Man, I’m glad I don’t have friends like this…

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~ by Matt Stratton on September 10, 2007.

16 Responses to “Man, I’m glad I don’t have friends like this…”

  1. oh damn…. that’s horrible…. but really funny… I wonder how things turned out!

  2. oh damn…. that’s horrible…. but really funny… I wonder how things turned out!

  3. I really want to believe that it’s scripted… but it looks so real! damn that’s funny.

  4. I really want to believe that it’s scripted… but it looks so real! damn that’s funny.

  5. It was absolutely hilarious until she slapped them. Then I felt really bad for them, and bad at myself for finding it funny to begin with.

    I -really- hope things turned out, especially considering she said yes originally.

  6. It was absolutely hilarious until she slapped them. Then I felt really bad for them, and bad at myself for finding it funny to begin with.

    I -really- hope things turned out, especially considering she said yes originally.

  7. Prank wars between buddies, fine, but when you victimize the girlfriend — because really that’s the only person who is genuinely going to suffer here — it’s totally out of line. She totally bit, and that’s why she slapped the shit out of Streeter… not because she thinks he did it to her on purpose, but because that’s how angry and humiliated she felt and took it out on him. I wouldn’t be surprised if this damages their relationship.
    I hope Streeter explains this in a really serious way and calls off the prank war, because how are you going to top that? Giving the pranker’s mom a roofie and fingerbanging her on video??!!
    Pranker better soberly and seriously apologize to the girlfriend. That is totally uncool.

  8. oh…..my….god. What an ass****!!!! I couldn’t watch the whole thing.

  9. oh…..my….god. What an ass****!!!! I couldn’t watch the whole thing.

  10. I’m thinking about this more and I’m wondering — although it’s possible that some women play practical jokes on each other, it’s pretty rare. It seems to be largely a male thing. Women might get punked, and even be OK with it, but I don’t think there are many who devise such torments.

    So then: Can somebody explain WHY men find it funny and acceptable and even admirable to cause hurt and humiliation to their ostensibly bestest buddies? Is it because physical abuse is looked down upon in civilization and this is the closest you can get to clubbing a guy to get the better steak?
    Generally speaking, I’ve always had serious moral issues with hardcore practical jokes, no matter who the pranker or joker is. The idea that people — especially those who trust and care for each other — enjoy thinking up exquisite and highly personal ways to scare, embarrass and cause harm to each other in the name of “humor” actually makes me sick. Harrumph.

  11. I’m thinking about this more and I’m wondering — although it’s possible that some women play practical jokes on each other, it’s pretty rare. It seems to be largely a male thing. Women might get punked, and even be OK with it, but I don’t think there are many who devise such torments.

    So then: Can somebody explain WHY men find it funny and acceptable and even admirable to cause hurt and humiliation to their ostensibly bestest buddies? Is it because physical abuse is looked down upon in civilization and this is the closest you can get to clubbing a guy to get the better steak?
    Generally speaking, I’ve always had serious moral issues with hardcore practical jokes, no matter who the pranker or joker is. The idea that people — especially those who trust and care for each other — enjoy thinking up exquisite and highly personal ways to scare, embarrass and cause harm to each other in the name of “humor” actually makes me sick. Harrumph.

  12. Doing a random prank on someone is one thing. Generally there’s a short moment of embarrassment, and then after it’s all revealed everyone gets a good laugh – no harm, no foul.

    But this specific case it looks like there is both harm and foul. This prank went beyond anything I’ve ever seen, and in the end I didn’t think it was a smart thing to do. And I think most guys who aren’t 12 year old children like this butthead seems to be would agree. Not cool.

  13. Doing a random prank on someone is one thing. Generally there’s a short moment of embarrassment, and then after it’s all revealed everyone gets a good laugh – no harm, no foul.

    But this specific case it looks like there is both harm and foul. This prank went beyond anything I’ve ever seen, and in the end I didn’t think it was a smart thing to do. And I think most guys who aren’t 12 year old children like this butthead seems to be would agree. Not cool.

  14. Doing a random prank on someone is one thing. Generally there’s a short moment of embarrassment, and then after it’s all revealed everyone gets a good laugh – no harm, no foul.

    But this specific case it looks like there is both harm and foul. This prank went beyond anything I’ve ever seen, and in the end I didn’t think it was a smart thing to do. And I think most guys who aren’t 12 year old children like this butthead seems to be would agree. Not cool.

  15. Wow, that’s embarrassing.

    That’s the kind of thing you joke in a bar with your buddies about. It’s not the kind of thing anyone with an ounce of self-preservation would dream about actually putting pen to paper.

  16. Wow, that’s embarrassing.

    That’s the kind of thing you joke in a bar with your buddies about. It’s not the kind of thing anyone with an ounce of self-preservation would dream about actually putting pen to paper.

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