A High School Rally's 'Incest Prank,' A Vibrating Gun, & the Top Things the NSA Learned From Spying on You.
6/10/2013 3:00:00 PM
And now, because Mark Klose demanded it, feast your eyes on the opening of ......
Now THIS is disturbing. A high school pep rally had parents kiss their blindfolded kids as a prank.
WHY WOULD ANY PARENT DO THIS?
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The National Security Administration has been snooping on thousands of Americans by gathering data from their phone records, e-mails and use of social networks.
Meet 29 year old Edward Snowden, the whistleblower behind the National Security Agency leaks.
Which brings us to the Top Things the NSA Learned From Spying on You.
You will say just about anything to get off the phone with your mom.
You put way too many "izzles" on the end of your words for a white person.
That time you told your parents you couldn't have dinner because you had to work late? You played "Angry Birds" all night.
Your screenplay is crap.
Your Facebook posts aren't as interesting, witty or insightful as you think they are.
You haven't opened a picture Mom emailed you of her cats in over a decade.
When not griping about the government spying on you, you're using a telescope to do the same thing to your hot neighbor.
If it wasn't for the "clear history" function, your wife would've left you years ago.
You text a lot of junk photos when you've been drinking.
You've voted after every episode of "American Idol", but have never voted in an election.
The words you use the most in Google searches are "Channing" and "Tatum."
You spend a disproportionate amount of time cruising the "summer fun" bikini albums of women you never talked to in high school.
Whenever you click "maybe" on a Facebook event invite, it means you're not actually going.
Some old guy named Hendrik Ball has a YouTube channel where he shows off the strange stuff he's collected over the years.
And his latest video features a bunch of toy guns. But one of them isn't actually a gun . . . it's an ADULT TOY that's SHAPED like a gun.
And he has no idea. He even shows how the barrel can either spin clockwise or counter-clockwise. And the whole time he has it turned on, you can hear it vibrating.
Someone on YouTube pointed out the obvious, but it looks like Hendrik still doesn't believe it. He responded by explaining that he bought the gun at a regular toy store in the 80's, and that, quote, "Sometimes a banana is just a banana."