Having a run-in with someone at the supermarket isn't totally unheard of, but having that person speak to you using only lyrics from pop songs is rare.
Elle De Generes recently sent her writer Amy to a Los Angeles Costco to see if people would notice what she was up to, and their reactions were surprisingly friendly.
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Shopping Prank 1
This is a great portrait of a man who needs some things, but doesn't need other things.
Shopping Prank 2
Ever thought about how disturbing it would be for a stranger to narrate your life without your consent? It's even more than you might think.
In society, we have mores that dictate that language is meaningful in context. Jack Vale proves that out of context, however, it's hilarious.
Improv Everywhere is known for their annual "No Pants Subway Ride."
Riding in a packed elevator with strangers can be awkward, so obviously the next best thing is to ensure it's a hundred times more uncomfortable for everyone by doing a fart prank. (Also from Jack Vale Films.)
Blue Tooth A-Hole
As if we needed another reason to think that people talking on their Bluetooth headset in public are the worst, this guy really drives the point home.
Free Hugs Competitor
Hey, this is America, where no one is entitled to handouts. The "free hugs" guys are just making it hard for people trying to make an honest wage with their hugs.
"Do-Re-Mi" Flash Mob
Pranks can often be kind of mean. But this video of a choreographed flash mob to a "Sound of Music" number in a Belgian bus station gives us hope for humanity (or at least for Belgium).
When it comes to caroling, go big or go home. At least that's the philosophy exhibited by this troupe, who are not swayed in their caroling mission even after the cops are called on them.