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Amid everything getting cancelled due to the spread of coronavirus, the Chino Valley USD acapella group decided to get creative with their own cancelled performance, by individually recording their parts and combining them for an adorable and memorable performance!

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We already know that Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj are talented queens, but this cringey video still manages to make us feel pretty bad for them!

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. 

epic troll seller on gumtree has weird requirements for sold out show tickets
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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.

guy edits bands wikipedia page to get backstage has beer with 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.