The Easiest Way To Get $500 Bucks

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Mar. 25, 2014

Starting next Monday, we’re unleashing a handful of positive pranks and for every 1,000 views we’ll donate $1 to the social change organization, DoSomething.org. Here's how YOU can get involved! Be a slightly less terrible person by making a positive prank of your own! Follow any of our 3 positive prank examples or get creative, and send us a photo of video of your prank via Twitter with the hashtag #PrankitFWD.  We will be selecting our favorite positive prank and the winner will get $500! You have from now until the end of April to commit your good deed. For more rules and info visit www.PrankitFWD.com.

Today's prank is THE PIZZA GUY PRANK.  Here's how:

Step 1: Call your favorite pizza joint and order up a delivery.  (Note: you don't have to shout at the phone)

Step 2: Upon your pizza delivery guy's arrival, pay him the total AND THEN have him roll dice for his tip!

Step 3: Is the roll too low?  Have him roll again!  (Note: Your neighbors may want to get involved and/or eat pizza)

Step 4: Pay your Pizza Delivery Guy his winnings and send us the video!  READ BELOW:

Remember to tweet @Breakcom a link to your video or photo with the hashtag #PrankitFWD. You could win $500 for doing something nice for your Pizza Delivery Guy. For more information check out the PrankitFWD website at www.prankitfwd.com.

Feel free to put your own spin on this prank and make it your own; whatever would make someone happy!

27 comments
drei_p
drei_p UserTop Commenter

wow....this is SO lame...jesus

Rick Banack
Rick Banack

Haha or Judd Whidden, you just take his pizza

Rick Czajowski
Rick Czajowski

Then go ta jail in handcuffs while the neighbors eat the rest of your damn pizza step#5

Break.com
Break.com

Dominic the prank is a positive one - it's surprising them with a bigger tip

Jimmy Le
Jimmy Le

Lauren Daily, Leah Lockert, Melanie Lerseth

Andrew Scottlee
Andrew Scottlee

I watched this because of that guys magestic beard.c

The-Langolier
The-Langolier UserTop Commenter

Break staff. I'm more than a little disappointed. As I said in the other article, this doesn't count as a prank. At what point do you trick or fool him? It's just doing something nice. How could none of you understand how a "prank" is constructed. You have uploaded plenty of such videos before. What you have here are the makings of 2/3 of a prank. The last 1/3 would be the part where you reveal whatever the twist(truth) may be. You guys didn't think this through, before you went all. Maybe instead of making (second-rate) articles like "7 Reasons Canada Should Be Ashamed Of Itself", you should really ask what "www.break.com" should be ashamed of. Only then can you start to improve yourself. There will be more than 7 reasons, so you guys better get to work.

Bratwurst-Shuey-46
Bratwurst-Shuey-46 User

@The-Langolier  Really thought that out, huh? Perhaps you should have thoroughly read the directions and clicked through the examples. Maybe then you would understand. But hey, if you'd rather work yourself into a tizzy instead of coming up with a good prank as per the directions and try for a chance at $500, then feel free to continue to waste your time with your ridiculous comments. 

The-Langolier
The-Langolier UserTop Commenter

@Bratwurst-Shuey-46 @The-Langolier I have now checked the three "pranks" on prankitfwd, and I still see nothing that qualifies as a prank.

If I followed the instructions on the site:
1.Give a person some money, or do something nice for them.
2.Take a picture with him/her.

Prank done.

Result: I sure got him good, because this was a prank..

My point is of course that "prank" is the completely wrong word for this.