Music Magpie showed classic movie posters to children and asked them to come up with the plot. The results are hilarious.
Buying groceries can be a drag, but professional prankster Jeff Wysaski, aka Obvious Plant, livened up the shopping experience at his local grocery store by placing real-looking “store tips” among the aisles. We hope nobody actually attempted them.
The holidays are the perfect time to show your family how much you love them–and of course, to confuse them. Like Katie, who mailed her Dad a prank postcard for a “Posthumous Pet Party.”
Dad, understandably, had no idea what to make of it. Neither did any of his Facebook friends:
Soon everyone put on their sleuthing hats:
Handwriting was analyzed for clues:
When they came up empty, friends suggested Dad take it to the cops or to the local news:
But in the end, nobody could figure out who would throw a party for people’s dead pets.
The book offers 35 different tear-out postcards for all occasions and is sure to bewilder those you hold dear. It’s on sale now from 30 Watt.