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If you're reading this site, chances are you've stumbled upon a prank video at some point in your internet travels. Some of these stunts are just a mild nuisance to the victims, and some of them are straight up crimes, but either way, Youtube is loaded with amusement-and-cringe-inducing "prank" videos from all walks of internet life.

Here, in honor of April Fool's Day, is our comprehensive, categorized guide to Youtube Prank Channels, because the true joke was you thinking you were gonna get any work done today:


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VITALYZD TV – 769K subscribers – Posts every week – [link]Florida: Russian dude, pretty edgy.

ED BASSMASTER – 1M subscribers – Posts every week – [link]Philadelphia: Pranking veteran, does characters.


JACK VALE – 501K subscribers – Posts every week – [link]California: Also does "paranoid" prank (talking on phone describing someone next to you)


ROMAN ATWOOD – 908K subscribers – Posts every week – [link]Columbus, OH: Niche in baiting cops


REMI GAILLARD – 2.1M subscribers – Post once every couple of months – [link]France: a.k.a. nqtv; internet video veteran, hardly any speaking, runs around, flair for soccer


SAM PEPPER – 720K subscribers – Posts a prank every couple months – [link]UK: Not all prank videos


PRANKK BROS – 135K subscribers – Posts about once a week – [link]New York: Own the coveted "pranks" YouTube username


TDWPPLAYA – 120K subscribers – Posts once every couple of months – [link]Arizona: Just Train Horn pranks


PUBLIC PRANK – 130K subscribers – Posts once a week – [link]Los Angeles: Often in the supermarket


ROSS CREATIONS – 167K subscribers – Posts a couple of times a month – [link]USA: Doesn't ugly up his thumbnails


JSTU STUDIOS – 135K subscribers – Posts about once a week – [link]Colorado: Uses the library often