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This Small Brewery Just Trolled Budweiser In The Best Way Possible

Saugatuck Brewing Company may have just pulled off one of the greatest trolls of all time on another brewer that, we thought, was trying to troll the whole world with their bold new campaign.

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A few days ago, Budweiser announced that they will be renaming their beer to “America,” in an obvious attempt to appease the American public by the power of association and the exploitation of American patriotism. This change comes on the heels of the announcement of their summer campaign slogan, “America Is In Your Hands.”

What does it taste like you ask? Freedom. It tastes like freedom.

Saugatuck Brewing Company saw an opportunity to mock Anheuser-Busch’s bold marketing campaign and immediately jumped on it. On their Facebook page, the Michigan-based brewery released their own rebranded beer, one they emphasized was “actually American.”

Any company that has 1,776 bald eagles employed as supervisors probably knows how to get shit done.



Source: CBS Detroit, Fox News 


Troll Uses Fake Doritos Account To Prank LGBT Haters, Here’s What Happened

Doritos took a cue from Skittles recently and tasted the rainbow, releasing limited edition Doritos Rainbow chips in support of an LGBT organization.

As often happens when the LGBT community makes headlines, there were supporters and, of course, detractors.

One of the supporters of the new colorful Doritos created a fake Doritos Facebook account called “DoritosForHelp,” put the Doritos Rainbow as the profile picture, and began trolling the hell out of people who weren’t too happy about Doritos’ gay-friendly snack.

The man behind the Facebook trolling was named Mike Melgaard, and gleefully posted screen shots of his interactions:


Walmart Sneak Diss



Subway Sneak Diss


Taco Bell Sneak Diss



‘Merica Doritos



Schooling People on Political Agendas



This Person Does Not Support Facebook



This went on for more than 30 posts as trolling seems to be a bit of a hobby for Melgaard. The master troll also has a Facebook photo album with him trolling Target customers, and another album where he just trolls people at random.

Nor sure how “Part-time troll” looks like to employers, but at this pace, Melgaard could probably add it to his résumé.

h/t mashable


This Guy Trolls His Passive-Aggressive Coworker by Holding His Sandwich Hostage

The story here is pretty simple. An employee is tired of an anonymous co-worker stealing his sandwich in the office fridge. He then posts this note, watch and let hilarity ensue.















H/T Pulptastic


The answer is cereal



Pretty accurate


Picthx @PatrickGeCooper


Free Donuts!


Picthx BrawHaHaw


World’s Biggest Asshole Asks Fast Food Workers to Remake His Burgers to Look Like Ads


YouTuber Greg Benson wanted to find out what would happen if he asked fast food workers to redo his burgers to look more like their ads. We know what you’re thinking: that’s a surefire way to get pubes in your whopper. Regardless, Benson wore a hidden camera and asked employees at Burger King, Jack in the Box and McDonald’s to remake his “not very attractive” limp burgers into something “more like the picture”.

The results of the quick fixer-uppers are mildly surprising. Still, for his sake, we hope he didn’t eat the burger sequels. Unless he’s a fan of tacos with a side of loogies. Watch the world’s politest asshole prank your favorite fast food joints:


Fake Chef Pranks Clueless TV Reporters into Eating Ham, Pie and Gravy Smoothie


Self-proclaimed “chef” Keith Guerke went live on five talk shows over the holidays to promote his cookbook Leftovers Right. Guerke’s book focused on recipes featuring leftovers in new and “innovative” ways. It was supposed to be a great, informative piece on jazzing up your Thanksgiving remnants. However, there was one little thing Guerke failed to mention: he wasn’t a chef. In fact, he was really terrible (see: awesome) at the whole thing.

In a prank pulled by Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival, Guerke made it on legitimate TV stations in Wisconsin and Illinois. With recipes like a ham, pie and gravy smoothie and a mashed potato ice cream cone with corn sprinkles, the TV hosts seemed to show genuine interest in the concoctions regardless of how disgusting they looked. Pickett and Prueher later stated that it wasn’t too difficult getting their “chef” airtime since most of the stations they visited were desperately looking for holiday content.

Check out this cringeworthy video below.

H/T First We Feast