For those of you who have been on this Internet thing for the past few years, you may have witnessed a slowly growing phenomenon known as the “prank video” or simply “pranking.” The thing is, many of these pranks are not so much amusing as they are rife with potential for grievous bodily harm, irreparable damage to personal property and/or a wellspring of protracted shame. In the classic sense of the word, throwing a giant rubber ball at someone’s face? That’s not a prank. Spreading a slippery substance, such as butter, on a hard-surfaced floor so that someone falls over? Not a prank. Shaving someone’s eyebrows? Just kind of dick, really. Let’s get back to the classic, harmless (or less harmful) pranks handed down to us across the years, shall we?