Shooting .500 S&W with two hands is for housewives and little girls apparently:

Sons-Of-Guns-Stephanie-Hayden-DerpJoking of course.  If you’ve been around guns or gun videos on the internet for more than a few weeks, there’s a good chance you already know that this type of video ends only a couple ways.  I’m always surprised that people are willing to risk their friend’s safety, or wellbeing at the very least for a video and some laughs at their expense.

Hat tip: SayUncle


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Geniuses everywhere.  This is why we can’t have nice things:


A 20-year-old man who allegedly threatened to shoot someone in exchange for 100 retweets and publish it on Twitter has been arrested, Los Angeles Police Department officials said Thursday.

Dakkari Dijon McAnuff, of Los Angeles, was booked Wednesday on suspicion of making criminal threats, police said. He remained in jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

Police later determined the weapon was an air rifle, which was recovered from McAunuff’s home.

Full Story – LA Times

dakkari-mcanuff-twitter-shooting-geniusI can’t even imagine how frustrating being a police officer would be.  Having to deal with useless garbage like this kid.

An officer at the scene should have used the LAPD twitter account to tweet “100 RTs and we give this kid a beating LOL jk”.  On second thought, after finding a picture of this kid (left) I’m sure the LAPD doesn’t want to go down that road again even in a joking fashion.

Remember when a fan of the rapper J Cole threatened to kill his sister if he didn’t get a J Cole retweet?  Like I said… geniuses everywhere.  *insert something about education system, rap music, video games, and glorified thug culture here*



My derp meter is reading extremely high on this one:

Rodney says his son posted the “drive-by pranks” on his Instagram account, showing him and another friend inside a car calling out towards people walking on the sidewalk in Philadelphia. They then point a fake but realistic looking gun towards the victims and pretend to fire.

“All of this is jokes,” he said. “I’m not out here really robbing people. I’m not out here really shooting people. I could be doing that. That’s the s**t I’m trying to leave behind.”

Full Story – NBC

Drive-by-Shooting-Skills-TrainingI think this is the type of thing we’re going to have to get used to now that social media and “fame” is so accessible.  I posted a similar drive-by shooting prank video a while back which was similar but also contained (what look like fake) return fire.

Thoughts regarding this Insta-OG?


A classic example of a non-tasteful prank:

I’d like to know what would happen if at 1:05 if the guy who took cover and then shoot at the fleeing SUV hit anyone in it?  I don’t even know if that’s real though considering the guy pops one into the snow in front of him seeming by accident, and then proceeds to hit the road on the couple shots after that.  Looks like “Action Movie Essentials” muzzle flash and sparks if you ask me.  Say it did actually happen though… what then?  I hardly think the “WE WERE JUST DOING A PRANK!  Why did _____ have to die?” would be any sort of valid defense considering all the victims of this particular prank had every reason to believe they were in grave danger.

Troll-FaceThoughts? What’s next? A “comedian” telling people their family died as a “joke”? *smh*


Jokers gonna joke:

I’d hope the police would be able to distinguish a fake cardboard gun fight with no noise from a real one, but people definitely have been shot over less realistic looking guns and situations.

The video got boring quick.  It would be funny if little kids were doing the same thing, but when a couple of mid to late 20s nerds are doing it, it’s no longer cute.

DerpAnyone think the public or the police would react differently to something like this in the US?



If this is real, this guy is either incredibly stupid, or suicidal:

Gun-Culture-Not-Halloween-Costume-Racism-1I’d like to think this “prank” was faked… and It could have been, but I really doubt it.  Unfortunately I can’t tell by the pixels if that’s genuine fear those people have, or if they are actors running away.

This must have been shot in a gun free zone, where only the police have guns (ha ha).  Like I said, real risky anywhere.

Talk about a sick sense of humor.


Hat tip: Brandon