Skip to comments.Creepy Killer Clown Attacks in New Internet Prank (Video)
Posted on 05/16/2014 11:23:30 AM PDT by MNDude
So, I think it is safe to say that if you are deathly afraid of clowns, like a few people I know, this is certainly not going to help things in any way, shape, or form.
There is a new video making its way around the internet the shows a creepy killer clown making his way around the city brutally murdering people in front of seemingly innocent bystanders.
In the video, the clown, complete with circus-like oversized mallet and everything, is hiding behind a wall in a parking garage. When two men come walking down the stairs, they see what looks like a body lying on the ground. As they make their way around the corner, they see the clown standing there brandishing his weapon and looking at them menacingly.
Just like that, he swings his mallet and the mans head is crushed, sending fake blood spattering everywhere. As the two men scream in horror, the clown proceeds to pick up his mallet and chase them through the garage.
Now, you may ask how these people get away with these types of pranks. Sometimes, they actually dont. If you take a closer look at one of the scenes that happens later in the prank video, the clown creeps up on someone parked at a pump at a gas station and begins pouring what is meant to look like gasoline all around the mans car. Suddenly, the man heads back to his vehicle and pulls out what looks to be a weapon of his own.
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I can see this ending badly. All these prank show like that loser Howie Mandell does are just plain stupid.
They’d best not pull that sh!t in rural Virginia or they’re likely to end up with a gaping hole where your clown-nose used to be.
“I can see this ending badly.”
Practically everybody I know conceal carries. I think the time for stupid sh*t is long over.
I saw an actual TV segment from Russia. It was their version of Candid Camera. They had this really small guy in what looked like a postal box. People would put in a letter and he’d poke it back out. This huge lug wearing a a sport coat comes up and drops in a letter. The little guy pokes it out. The lug looks in the box, takes out a semi-auto pistol and dumps about half a clip in. (Naturally, the little guy was killed.)
I’m afraid the time for stuff like this is long gone.
Sorry, not real. Wasn’t even Russian.
I just watched the video all the way through. If these morons keep it up, and if it is “real” (i.e. the other people are NOT in on the prank) then the a$$hat in the clown suit is going to end up getting shot.
I hope I’m on the jury when the guy who ends up killing him stands trial so I can vote to acquit.
The prank gone wrong segment featuring a guy doing a fake wet sneeze in an elevator angered a violent nut to no end. Prankster was lucky to come out of it alive.
Good news is, when it does happen there will be one less idiot in the world.
BLAM BLAM BLAM BLAM BLAM!!!!
Clown bleed alot.
Ya, that guy would end up dead in a hurry in the wrong place, not a smart prank, extremely stupid actually.
That clown would have a very short lifespan in MI.
This guy’s an amateur. THESE Klowns know how to do it right!
Sorry, not real. Wasnt even Russian.
Youve made my point. If the victim cant tell whats real and what isnt its perfectly okay to draw and fire based on the perception the scammer has created. Had I witnessed the man firing into the mailbox and seen the gag set up, Id have shot him dead on the spot.
I worked with a practical joker. He was mean. One day hes furious and it turns out that nobody believes him. Ever. About anything. I rattled off the last six jokes (that knew about) that hed played. He said, But this time Im serious. I told him it didnt matter as hed ruined any credibility he had. He didnt think that was fair.
When I was a child Id never heard of April first. My dad woke me and said that my cat was dead. I got hysterical and my dad was really pissed off. Finally he showed up in my doorway and threw the cat at me. I clutched the cat to me but couldnt stop crying. So, he did the correct thing and beat me. I never trusted him again. It didnt matter that he was right or that he had evidence. Hed ruined any trusting relationship we could have had.
Playing jokes on people, especially jokes that look live violence is incredibly stupid in todays world. Imagine how youd feel if somebody played a joke and you believed them and shot them dead. Today Im carrying a gun in my house as the lady next doors house was robbed during the day. Normally I wouldnt carry in the house. Fortunately, my friends all know my view on jokes and none of them would be that stupid.
Now this makes me want to sell Harry Reid and Pelosi costumes.
Wow! Your dad didn’t deserve father of the year award that year for that prank.
I remember I was introduced to April 1st when I was a little kid an my mom woke me up and told me there was a dinosaur outside. I was so disappointed when there wasn’t.
“My dad woke me and said that my cat was dead. I got hysterical and my dad was really pissed off. Finally he showed up in my doorway and threw the cat at me. I clutched the cat to me but couldnt stop crying. So, he did the correct thing and beat me.”
Why would beating you be the right thing to do? You were the child and he was the adult, yet he was angry you didn’t find his “humor” to be funny?
“Why would beating you be the right thing to do?”
That was intended to be ironic. It was the exact opposite of the right thing. I found out many years later that his mother had been sold into slavery in Sweden after her mother died. This would have been in the 1890’s. She lived in a farmer’s barn and took care of the animals. By all accounts she was a thoroughly unpleasant woman. Having had no family relationships she raised my dad in what could only be described as a peculiar way. That sort of abuse echoes down the years. I was in my fifties before I had adapted to what should be normal.
Wrong. Your dad did not do the right thing by beating you, which may explain why you seem to have no sense of humor.
There is no doubt jokes can go to far, but it is OK to have fun once and a while. In the words of the great Sergeant Hulka - “Lighten up Francis”.
The wet sneezer never got the hint to just shut the hell up. Everytime the guy would get some distance between them, the tall overweight nerdy guy would add yet another fake apology or explanation, knowing the other guy was too upset to listen. Maybe the prankster thought since he was much taller and heavier that the ‘target’ he, the prankster was in no trouble. I’ve met some little guys and petite gals who were very capable of destructive, furious behavior.
“Wrong. Your dad did not do the right thing by beating you, which may explain why you seem to have no sense of humor.”
I was being ironic. When you play a joke on somebody you lose their sense of trust. So, it is never okay to play a joke on somebody. As for humor, I’ve actually won awards for my humor writing. Here are six of my humor novels.
Note to copycats that this prank wont turn out too well in any state with open or concealed carry.
Yes, I saw your previous post after I had posted. It wasn’t clear in you first post that you were being ironic/sarcastic. Although, I do think it is ok to play jokes occasionally, one has to know when they are crossing the line. Your dad obviously had deep hurts and unfortunately took those out on you, ruining your relationship.
I believe there is silly and then outright stupid and mean.
“I believe there is silly and then outright stupid and mean.”
I believe the difference is: if the joke relies on the victim trusting you, it has crossed the line into betrayal. I’m known for telling jokes and making people laugh. I never “play” jokes. Ever.
A woman is standing on a bridge. A homeless man walks up and says, “Pardon me. I can see you’re getting ready to commit suicide. Would you mind having sex with me first?”
The woman says, “Hell no!” He answers, “That’s okay. I’ll go wait for you below.”
I can see my Dobes having a party with his rump roasts.
C'mon everybody, we are not supposed to be so gullible.
John Wayne Gacey was enough to convince me to never trust a clown...