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Drive-thru pranks are funny, so I'm trying one. Well I mean, this is more of a food order prank call done in real-life, and will probably pop up on related videos when you watch stuff like that super funny mcdonald's drive thru prank, or all the drive-thru pranks ever, so if you're coming from one of those... WELCOME!

Prank calls were always kind of mean in my opinion and done usually on people who don't deserve them, but at the end of it all, if it wasn't the Jerky Boys doing it, people would all have a good laugh. Except in the '90s, when they had shows like Crank Yankers, Jerky Boys had a feature film and nobody had caller ID. That's right, there was a time when funny drive thru stuff, fast food order prank calls, and everything else that was just you messing with people could be 100% anonymous.

It's probably also why old people were more on-edge all the time about "young kids" being "punks" and all that stuff - because we could get away with it. There's a lot more freedom now with cell phones (leashes), so you can do whatever you want and your parents can always know where you are, AND cameras are everywhere. They just have to detect your face, like they do on Facebook and BOOM, you're caught doing some weird, random funny prank that you thought you'd gotten away with.

So, in the vein of the fun of being hilarious anonymously, here's a video with my name on it, while I'm wearing a shirt of myself, and handing a person a card with my name on it.

Enjoy :)

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