Viral marketing knows no bounds, and neither does that creep girl from The Ring. What with her climbing out of TVs after you watch her video, she’s been scaring people for over ten years and in at least two languages.
Put together as a promo for Rings, the latest installment in a movie series that really hoping for a VHS revival, this promotional prank sees Samara crawling out of a TV in a real-life TV showroom, not unlike your local Best Buy. Real funny, guys. Jokes on you. I’m never leaving the house again.
His credibility with his mother just went down the drain.
After all your mother’s done for you, this is how you repay her? The woman who cooks for you, cleans for you, puts a roof over your shoulder, makes sure you don’t end up dead in a ditch somewhere, this is how you repay her? By sticking a leek in her sink and screaming “there’s a leak in the sink,” so she frantically searches for water escaping her pipes. The ol' leek in the sink routing? You know how expensive water damage can be. It's not funny. For shame.
Good for this woman for standing up for herself and beating her son with a root vegetable. Ingrate.
Damn did we just reel in one hell of a vengeful tale. In this particularly prankish tale we have the quick-witted Carly Karnatz of East Carolina University putting on an impressive movie-inspired show of trolling. She uses 'Finding Nemo' as her creative inspiration, and it comes together beautifully. Let's just say the poor unsuspecting dude here finds himself sold on the stomach-churning possibility that the girl's brother is being held hostage in a fish tank.
Protip: For the sake of a healthy relationship, you're best served not faking sex in a car to mess with your boyfriend. I'm all for spicing it up in the bedroom, but dude, this is twisted and wrong.
Anyone able to maintain a calm and steely facade in the face of outright unfaithful (albeit staged..) f**kery should either reconsider who they're dating, or seek professional help at the nearest destination.