It's Just A Prank Bro...

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Grievous, Aug 11, 2017.



  1. It's just a prank bro...its just a crazy far out prank...

    Until it becomes child abuse...
     
  2. Do I want to watch this or will it upset me?
     
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  3. It is sick what people will do to their children to be famous on Youtube. Just sick.
     
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  4. Well fortunately YouTube removed all of their videos. Honestly, they should have rescinded their ad revenue too. These videos easily break YouTube's monetization policy.

    The worst part is them blaming other people for their problems. What a fucking lowlife. You know, I am sure you all know that I don't like non consenting violence... but I'd love to take that father and show him what sort of prank this second degree black belt can play on him.
     
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  5. People like this should not have kids. These kids are going to grow up scarred for life and will likely have relationship and trust issues for good. Ma and Pa of the year. Swearing at your kid and embarrassing them is sick. Doing it on camera, well.. I don't even have a word for that right now. They at one point thought it was fun/funny. They only cared about the money and seeing the views go up.
     
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  6. Yeah, it looks like they put up an "apology" video. I looked at it and it just sickened me even more. They disabled comments and hid the video like and dislike result.

    This is funny though. It was in the comment section of the video.

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  7. Ultimate prank dewd. :dawg:
    Those kinds of comments always make me laugh but yeah, I don't even wanna watch the apology video.

    Ya know, I think a lot of this comes down to the psychology of anonymity. People take advantage of this, thinking they can say and do anything and get away with it because they are behind a computer screen. They become the worst versions of themselves online and once it actually does start to affect them in the real world, they suddenly want to apologize. There are a lot of harmless trolls online who use this to be funny and make their friends laugh, we had it happen on this forum as you know, but it gets to a point where you cross the line. When you are using the internet be it social media or youtube to abuse a child, you crossed that line. These children had no control over the situation and were abused. People like to look at the teens and the young adults these days and ask "What went wrong?" or make comments of how immature and heartless they are. I would say that 90% of the time it comes down to piss poor parenting. Kids aren't born bullies, they are often taught it by their parents. Kids aren't born insecure and incapable of relationships or compassion, they are taught these things at a young age.

    I often question what is wrong with my own niece. She seemingly has no idea what a real relationship is or even what it means to love unconditionally. Then I look at her parents, it all makes sense then. I don't know when parenting went wrong or why so many people are unaware of how they act in front of their kids or to their kids, but it is just creating a massive amount of adults who don't know how to be adults and don't care to better human beings.

    Kind of went off topic a bit there. I should be sleeping lol
     
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  8. I don't know if it would help, but I have been an advocate for mandatory child psychology classes being taught in high school. I know it wouldn't solve the problem of bad parenting, but I think it would help. Some people will realize the best way to raise a mentally healthy child. Others will learn a few things, but a few is better than none. And some people will just continue to be bad parents. But I think if it would help out a few people, it would be more than worth it to teach it in high school.

    EDIT: Oh, and get your candy ass in bed :emoji_slight_smile:
     
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  9. I think a lot of things should be taught in High school that aren't. Child raising being one, another being more on politics, things about learning how to vote and file your taxes... Ya know, real life things. Our public school systems are some of the worst in the world. Match that with pissy parents and you have a crap ton of adults running around in the world not knowing what the hell they are doing.

    And yeah I will be in a few lol I have to wash my mom's friend's cat tomorrow. I give him baths every few months and get the knots out his hair. He is a beautiful maine coon kitty. I always call him Coon. I am getting off topic again...
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  10. Oh I agree. Illinois does do the politics, tax and voting.. you actually have to get a C in that class in order to graduate. But I think all schools should do that and child psychology.

    Washing a cat.. something I don't hear every day.
     
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  11. We need better schools and parents who care enough to admit that maybe they did something wrong.

    I wash my cats as well. It is flea prevention. I give them 3 or 4 baths a year. They are really well behaved. But Coon... He has a nervous breakdown. I have to comfort him for 3 hours after but then he is okay. His knots are so painful I think he find relief after.
     
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  12. God, I watched some more of this guy's videos... although he made good points in the prank video, the rest of his videos are filled with a lot of hate and intolerance. He is actually a pretty nasty individual.
     
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  13. *Hides behind a nearby shrub for safety*
     
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  14. What you hiding for?
     
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  15. Because...shrub? Do you buy that?
     
  16. Still confused....
     
  17. If I find out you're the guy in the video, I'm going to feel bad :emoji_slight_frown:
    I am assuming it's because you like the channel I just said I really didn't like? I mean it's obviously not you doing the channel unless the person is lying about where they're living and you had an extreme voice change. :emoji_slight_smile:

    But even if I think the guy is a tremendous moron, it wouldn't bother me if you like him or even agree with him in certain ways. Hell, @Solid Snake is clearly three times Mulder from the X-Files and I am like three times Scully and you can't get more different views than that and we get along great. I really try not to let those sort of things interfere with friendship. I know there are several people on WWE Forums who if I got into a political discussion with, we'd probably never talk again :emoji_slight_smile: So I avoid speaking about it with them.

    The reason I didn't like this guy is because he attacked several fetish communities based of the actions of one or two people. That's extreme version of prejudice. It's exactly the same thing as a boyfriend I had for a short period of time who to this day hates black people simply because one black kid picked on him as a child.... and he's in his late 40s now and hasn't matured.

    This guy called ABDLs the worst people in the world based off the fact that he had a conflict with one ABDL. Like I mentioned in a previous post, I know some ABDLs and they are the warmest, nicest people in the entire world. And he had people in his comment section saying that ABDLs should all due the world a favor and commit suicide. Whether he influenced their decisions or not, these people are all espousing a blatantly inaccurate and dangerous rhetoric. And yeah I got upset because it does REALLY upset me when people know nothing about a group of people and they use that complete lack of knowledge to spew hate. And that's what this guy did and it made me mad.

    But still, I can't see any reason for you to hide behind a shrub unless you were that guy in disguise... and I'd had a very hard time believing that because I know you well enough to know you're not a bastion of intolerance. I mean, unless you have a stash of porn behind the shrub, that might make sense.
     
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  18. #PRISM:madcat:
     
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  19. You could have left the moron part out though because it kinda seems like I was calling you one but I wasn't :emoji_slight_smile:
     
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  20. Also ABDL people who are non-sexual harm no one. If they enjoy it and it relieves their anxiety, to each their own. The people that have problems are the ones that are running around saying they aren't human (and meaning it) and beheading dogs or getting off on animated/cartoon rape. There are some severely sick people in this world and "mental illness" has become cute to some of these people and as someone who has issues with anxiety and panic attacks, that pisses me off. There is NOTHING glamorous about having issues like this. When you cross the line you cross the line. The way I see it is if you want to act like an animal you belong in a cage. Kind of off topic... I should be sleeping again.

    FOR THE LOVE OF KITTENS! SOMEONE CALL THE MOTHERSHIP! :madcat:
     
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