(music ceases abruptly) (distant) Help! Help! (grunting with exertion) (groan of pain) Bastard! (sound of ocean and gulls) (water lapping in distance) (a crow caws repeatedly) (wind whistling) (northern English accent) Oh, you’re still here I see? But don’t worry won’t be long now. Untie me you idiot! I’m not even a virgin! Oh ho
[dance music] ♪ ♪ – OH, DAMN! CHECK THAT [bleep] OUT. – WHAT IS THAT? – WHOO! I DIDN’T KNOW THEY MADE ‘EM LIKE THAT. [laughs] – I DON’T EVEN UNDERSTAND WHAT I’M SEEING. – MM. WHOO-WHOO! I WOULD LOVE TO SEE WHAT’S UNDER THERE. – I AM REALLY CURIOUS ABOUT THAT. – [laughs] YEAH,
OTHER GUYS ASK ME AFTER THE SHOWS ABOUT LIGAMENTS. I’M A GODDAMN LIGAMENT EXPERT, YOU UNDERSTAND? YOUR WHOLE BODY IS FULL– WHEN I TELL YOUR BODY– FELLAS, LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT FELLAS AND LIGAMENTS. YOUR WHOLE BODY IS LOADED WITH LIGAMENTS, FELLAS. RIGHT? YOU GOT A LIGAMENT THAT SEPARATES YOUR BALLS AND YOUR ASSHOLE.
Hi, everyone. We’re Sugar Melon Welcome to the new episode of Prank It! Hello, I’m Zijie -I’m Nina Zijie, are you excited about today’s shooting? I am very excited about today’s shooting Why? I’ve been waiting for this moment my whole life As the host of a prank show, I’m a little afraid today Why
Betu, Do you know? This feather was my childhood friend. Oh nice! I saw this feather growing . We used to feed it with a unique leaf and see how big it grew. Ha Ha very funny mom. You actually believed that. Sometimes Trust gives more happiness than Truth Whatever mom. The kids of this
(leopard growls) (“Gone (When You Smile)” ) ♪ One time, one time ♪ Two times, two times ♪ Hey ♪ Freddie G, let’s get ’em ♪ I was gone, I was gone, so gone ♪ I was gone, baby ♪ Girl when you smile ♪ I was gone, I was gone, so gone ♪ Girl
Kids this is gonna be the best vacation ever! Ever!! Leave her alone! Well, It’s not my fault you didn’t eat breakfast. Stop fighting! Stop the car. We gotta get a picture. Stop fighting! Would you leave each other alone! If you don’t stop fighting we’re gonna pull this car over and you will hold
had I not come to this beautiful country, yeah. Probably something that changed my life forever, charming racism. Classic American charming racism. [laughter] I never knew there was such a thing, growing up. And I thought I knew all about racism. I was, you know, coming from the home of some of the best racism
It all began with a letter. A worn, crumpled papyrus marked with a proud lion’s head. It’s golden mane spilled over an envelope, as if the beast was demonstrating it’s freshly caught prey. How could I refused it? How could I, a member of Cenarion circle, abandon a dear old friend in need of help?