There are some Internet trends that don’t really make sense at first (Coning, Planking, etc.), but we eventually grew to love them. However, we can say with confidence that this latest “trend,” is the dumbest thing we’ve ever seen. The newest “craze” is apparently something called “Gallon Smashing” where people carry around a couple of gallons of milk, orange juice, or some kind of liquid, then pretend to fall and take the drinks down with them.

Now, the main reasons we find this to be stupid are: 1. The poor grocery store workers who have to clean up their mess. That isn’t fair! They shouldn’t have to clean up after some one who is chasing cheap laughs. 2. They’re wasting perfectly good products, which will cost people money. They’re causing more than just waste, but damage too. Towards the end, one person breaks a light!

The fun thing about Internet trends like the “Harlem Shake” is, for the most part, no one is harmed. It’s just a bunch of people dancing around for 30 seconds. However, these people are going out of their way to cause damage and destruction for no good reason. Not to mention they involve innocent bystanders who, most likely, wanted nothing to do with the videos. Let’s just say we won’t be rushing out to do our own “Gallon Smashing” video any time soon.

What do you guys think of this “trend”? Stupid? Or harmless? Sound off in the comments.

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32 Responses to "Dumbest. Internet. Prank. Ever."

    Grace says:

    HAHAHHAH it’s really funny but at the same time just plain stupidity!!!!!!!! And you’re gonna give an old lady a heart attack!! :P

    Dave says:

    F-ing jack offs I cant believe this stupidity and waste of product not the least bit funny how is this funny ?

      Skater boy says:

      I thought it was pretty damn funny and you guys say its wasteful but what like 3 or 4 bucks and 15 minutes of there time? Get a life and stop wasting your life looking for something to criticize

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