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Viral Video: Cake Prank Goes Very Wrong!

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Two dudes named Josh Rabinowitz and Nick Vatterott thought it would be fun to play a prank on their friend Micah Sherman. They set up a card table with a whole cut in the middle and one of them knelt underneath to surprise Sherman when he walked in the door.


Sherman was either drunk or has a sensitive stomach because what results is both disgusting and hilarious.

Check out the video. Thanks to the Huffington Post for posting it.


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