6.16.2011

New Tech Syndicate Prank Call

We just put up a new prank we did with our good friend and partner on TTS, Minecraft129. It's out longest single prank to date with a bit over 10 minutes. I can't believe we kept it together for that time..the prank was decent to say the least. I warn you though...it's in English...and horrible Spanish! The people we happened to call were Hispanic so we had to bust out some impromptu Spanish. Basically we ran the same dialogue in both horrible Spanish and English...so you won't be extremely lost. Just a couple notes for you English-only peeps who hear it.. "hija" (sounded like eeha) is daughter, and "hijo" is son which you'll understand in the video, and "esposa" is wife... oh, and "yo soy uno nino" as said by Minecraft is "I'm a little gay boy."(That doesn't surprise me) The father was saying a bunch of stuff like "We don't do that...my kids are good...we're Christians" yada yada. And at the beginning you can hear the kid getting scolded by his parents in spanish, LOL. Anyway, that was my Spanish lesson for the day...here's the video! You've been warned!

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29 comments:

  1. haha them spanishes!
    will follow your awesome blog!

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  2. Your spanglish is not so bueno.

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  3. Cruel, but it's a prank, so...

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  4. LOL well we didn't know what to expect or what we were getting into, so once it started we just had to roll with it.

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  5. I am having problems with youtube atm, but as soon as I get it working I'll watch the vid, seems like it's worth it. +Follow

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  6. nice vid! i like this1.
    +follow your stuff!!

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  7. Lol trolled em hard

    +followed

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  8. hahaha i lol'd for a good 15 sec

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  9. haha, harsh, funny, and super amusing.

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  10. I don't understand what he is saying! Followed

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