Guy Pretends to Be Steve Aoki at Music Festival

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Australia-based photographer Jarrad Seng looks a lot like DJ/Producer Steve Aoki, and he says he gets mistaken for him all the time by people on the street.

So naturally, he fully embraced the attention and spent 3 hours walking around the Stereosonic music festival in Perth (where Aoki was headlining) posing for selfies with strangers.

You can hear part of a radio interview about the stunt with the real Aoki, who says he thought he saw the guy and doesn't care as long as people are having fun.

The Sellers of "Cards Against Humanity" Sold Actual Bull Poop to Customers on Black Friday

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You may already know of the game "Cards Against Humanity," the "party game for horrible people" (read: "Apples to Apples" for the drunk and ironically racist crowd). Last year the company drove UP the price of their game to spite the feeding frenzy of worthless crap that is Black Friday.

This year, the company outdid themselves, selling a box titled "Bulls**t" in their iconic style. After paying $6 customers found that they were literally shipped manure, as per the description on the page. The product sold out within hours last Friday.

Here's a first-hand look at someone who got totally duped by the product courtesy of Imgur user TheRealCJ:

Prank of the Day: German Town Turns Neo-Nazi March Into Anti-Nazi Fundraiser

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Every year a bunch of neo-Nazis march through the German village of Wunsiedel to the former gravesite of Adolf Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess.

This year, the town decided to do something about their Nazi problem by letting them continue to march, while at the same time, collecting money for an anti-Nazi group called EXIT-Germany.

For every meter they marched, local businesses agreed to donate money to the organization, and by the end of the day, they had raised about $12,500. The Nazis didn't know about the fundraiser until they saw signs along the route encouraging them and reporting on their progress.

You can watch the video above produced by the group who organized the event, "Right-wing Extremists Against Right-wing Extremists."

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