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prank limp bizkit concert A Prankster Made Dayton, Ohio Believe Limp Bizkit Was Coming to a Local Gas Station for a Concert
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A man named Brian Baker convinced the town of Dayton, Ohio that Limp Bizkit would be coming to a local gas station to perform a concert. All he had to do was create a Facebook event. Dayton.com covered it and many locals were excited for the event, to the point that local police had to step in to let people know that it was a hoax. 

guy edits bands wikipedia page to get backstage has beer with peking duk
Via: Peking Duk
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David Spargo apparently really wanted to meet the band "Peking Duk," so much so that he was willing to poorly edit the band's Wikipedia entry in order to convince a security guy he belonged backstage. Lucky for him, it worked.



The ill-placed and poorly formatted "Family David Spargo" was legit enough to dupe a surprisingly gullible security guard into letting David past him, where he introduced himself to the band:

"We ended up having a bunch of beers with him and he was an absolute legend. He wasn’t a creep or anything. He was like the most normal dude we’ve ever met. That’s what makes it more hilarious."

Was it worth it? Absolutely. 



Would it work a second time? Probably not.

epic troll seller on gumtree has weird requirements for sold out show tickets
Via: Gumtree
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Some guy on Gumtree has a laundry list of things you'll have to do in order to score his two spare tickets to a sold out Hardstyle show in Sydney. The tasks include singing, dancing, playing Mario Kart, cooking him breakfast, and paying $130 for each ticket.

Will anyone go for it? Apparently, yes. The seller says, "I have recieved numerous responses to this ad, 90% making no mention of the special requirements, listed above. Please be creative with your responses, as I will take this into consideration." I don't know how much more creative someone could get without making it weird, but where there's a will, there's a way.

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