Website uses pranks to pay it forward
The Internet (and KTAR.com) are no strangers to prank videos.
While a lot of them are stupid or pointless, there are a few gems out there worthy of getting everyone's attention and a few shares on Facebook.
And sometimes, rarely, there are pranks that are so cool, so touching, so un-prank-like that they deserve a watch.
Break.com, a website better known for fail clips and college videos than goodwill, partnered with several YouTube pranksters to create its "Prank It Forward" series, in which the pranksters use their skills to make people smile.
From setting up a homeless shelter like a first-class restaurant to making sure a server gets the best tips of her life, all these videos are worth your time.
Also, if you like a few of the videos, jump on YouTube and share them. The creators will donate money to charity for each one.
Carter Nacke, Web Content Editor - KTAR.com/ArizonaSports.com