Guy setups fake ‘Casting Couch’ to see what adult stars will do to get a ‘Job’

The guy played a brillant role in the entire video and these adult models couldn’t understand that they were being pranked. The fun part is that the guy didn’t become an all out creep just to maintain the surprise part of the entire video.

It’s a fun way to spend time with adult stars without crossing the moral bounds. The video involved two girls and a guy. One of the girls definitely got pissed off at the end of the video as she couldn’t appreciate the interview being funny. The first girl, however took the prank positively and laughed about it.

The guy uploaded the video with a disclaimer that all of the models who appeared in the video were adult stars. The guy wrote: “These are real porn stars who think they are auditioning for a role in an adult film. I’m not a casting director… and I’ve never seen porn.”

That’s what we call a disclaimer!

Let’s check out the video

The biggest Chevy Silverado ever is on the way next year

Chevrolet will sell its biggest Silverado ever when it launches a new line of trucks in the medium-duty truck segment next year.

The automaker has confirmed the Class 4 and Class 5 trucks will wear the Silverado 4500 and Silverado 5500 nameplates, similar to how Ford brands its medium duty trucks under the same F-Series banner as its light and super duty pickups.


“We are earning new business because we have more solutions to help businesses grow,” Chevrolet U.S. director of Commercial Product John Schwegman said in a statement announcing the new models.

“The Silverado 4500 and 5500 will stand out because we’ve designed the trucks around how customers work. They will be powerful, highly maneuverable and among the easiest trucks on the market to upfit with specialized bodies, such as dump bodies, rollbacks, freight boxes and more.”


The trucks will be available in regular and crew cab configurations and available with 4×2 and 4×4 drivetrains with Allision transmissions and Chevy’s Duramax diesel engine, which is rated today at 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque in heavy duty pickup applications. Full details will be announced closer to their launch in late 2018.

Chevrolet currently offers a line of low cab forward cab chassis trucks in Class 3 to 6 that are reengineered versions of Isuzu models, while the new Silverados are part of a joint venture with Navistar and are closer in design to the Chevrolet Kodiak, which went out of production in 2009.

Its long been rumored that the U.S. President’s Cadillac limousine, which was last updated in 2009, is built on a Kodiak chassis in order to carry its heavily armored body. A new limousine is known to be in development and expected to be delivered to the White House before the end of this year. It’s possible that it is merely an update of the existing vehicle, but the timing makes it possible that it is based on the new truck.

Source: foxnews

Billionaire Spends $1.7 Million On Motorhome With Its Own Garage, Wait Until You Step Inside

When we hear the words “mobile home”, our minds often go to a place that is not exactly decadent. However, there is one German company that is trying their absolute best to change this perception once and for all. Their newest innovation will make your father’s old trailer look like a Tonka toy. This beast will cost you a pretty penny though.

In order to purchase this mobile home, you are going to need to have some serious cash saved up. The Performance S is the latest mobile home model from the good people at Volkner Mobil and this bad boy is going to run you a cool $1.7 million.

It’s essentially a resort on wheels.

The vehicle measures in at 40 feet long, while still remaining sleek and stylish. Occupants receive access to a double bed and a heated bathroom. There is also a very spacious lounge area for you to enjoy. Just in case this motor home isn’t classy enough for you, you’ll also have access to a garage that allows you to take your Mercedes or Ferrari along for the trip.

It’s equipped with a full kitchen…

A comfy double bed…

A heated bathroom…

And best of all, an electrohydraulic garage big enough to fit anything from a Ferrari to a Mercedes

Until you can scrape up enough dough, you can check out the video below!


This Is The Most Famous Girl You’ve Never Heard Of..

There is a certain class of internet celebrity that you recognize, but you can’t put a name to their faces. You see them in ads, in blogs and just kind of ambiently floating around the internet. This girl is one of those kinds of people. Her name is Claire Abbott. Chances are, you’ve probably seen a picture of her before. Chances are, you never knew her name until now. The story of how she became internet famous is an interesting one. She set the stage for many Instagram celebs that followed.

Claire became internet famous almost completely by accident. She posted some photos of herself in a bikini to her Facebook profile, and the rest is pretty much history. Abbott was only fifteen years old when she first posted the bikini photos. They leapt from her Facebook onto the internet at large and spread like wildfire. She was an overnight sensation online. Abbott decided to run with it.

When Claire became aware of how popular her photos were online, she went with it. In response, she started multiple social media profiles. She was on YouTube, Twitter and, most importantly, Instagram. Claire, who wanted to be a singer, hoped the attention would fuel her music career. Abbott started racking up followers immediately. Her star was only rising.

Claire’s social media accounts were hits. Especially with a certain demographic. The comments sections were awash in compliments. Her numbers were growing daily. Her photos also kept spreading around the internet. She was featured on many blogs and reposted on many forums.

Claire posted all sorts of things online. Along with photos of herself, she also posted lifestyle stuff and fashion advice. She noticed, however, that there was a direct relationship between how many photos of herself she posted and how many new followers she got. She leaned into it. Abbott started posting a ton of shots of herself. Pretty soon, her Instagram was up to 300,000 followers.

Claire’s internet fame started taking her places. It opened up a world of possibility for her. She wrote on a fashion blog, “In terms of social media, I have a fashion, fitness and lifestyle based Instagram that has really exploded recently. I started showing pictures of myself on Instagram a couple of years ago and it’s transformed from a hobby into a really exciting part-time job that has opened up a ton of great opportunities for me!” The more visible she became, the more famous she got. There appeared to be no limit on her celebrity.

Claire was one of the first people to become famous just on the strength of their social media. Many, many girls have followed suit. But Claire was a bit of a pioneer. There was something about her that just captivated her fans. Some of them were head over heels. Claire received multiple marriage proposals from complete strangers. She didn’t accept.

In an interview with The Idle Man, Claire recommended that aspiring Instagram celebrities should just be true to themselves. “Post pictures that are authentic to you.” It’s a bit of a platitude but actually does make a point. Claire’s fame was largely based off the vague feeling conveyed in her photos that she was somehow accessible to the common guy. She had a “girl next door” look and friendly face that was different than the prevailing aesthetic of somewhat grim perfection you typically see with models.

Claire was, at least for a time, an opposite character study to Allison Stokke. Stokke, another teenage girl who had internet fame thrust upon her when one of her photos leaked to the wrong part of the internet, fought her celebrity tooth and nail. Abbott, however, appeared to love it. The young Canadian seemed to take to fame like a fish to water. There was (and is) an entire SubReddit dedicated just to her pics. Seemingly everywhere you looked online, there was a photo or two of Claire floating around.

Claire partied with Dan Bilzerian in 2015. She posted a couple photos of her with Dan to her Instagram but quickly deleted them. Rumors circulated that the two were a thing. At least a temporary one. The rumors were never confirmed.

Dan Bilzerian is a poker player who is mostly famous for his playboy lifestyle. He dates models. Lots and lots of models. His social media is pretty much nothing but pics and videos of boats, women on boats, etc. It still isn’t known if he and Claire ever had a relationship.

In June of 2016, Maxim Magazine posted about Claire. They referred to her YouTube channel and “scorching Instagram feed.” The post was shared four thousand times. A whole new crop of admirers was delivered to her. One commenter remarked that she had a “nice pair of… Eyes…”

The fact that Claire was a fashion commentator tended to be overshadowed by the photos she posted of herself. But she did have some advice for men. “The fit of clothing is so important! Whether you’re wearing a tailored suit or jeans, if it fits well, it will look expensive and stylish.” “Have all your measurements taken accurately and remember that different brands fit differently, so you may need to go up or down a size depending on the brand. Also, don’t be afraid to try new trends and styles, and no matter what clothing you’re wearing, rock it with confidence.”

In her Idle Man interview, Claire was asked what she would tell herself if she could go back in time. her answer was interesting. “I would tell her that it’s so important to keep things in perspective… Not getting invited to that big party is not the end of the world.” Who’s throwing parties and not inviting Claire Abbott?

Claire is opinionated about men’s clothing. She had a few things to say about what not to wear. She hates turtlenecks on men. She also thinks that Ryan Gosling and Austin Butler are the best-dressed male celebrities. Right, so if you want to date Claire Abbott, here’s your gameplan: be Ryan Gosling.

During an interview, Claire remarked that she’s “addicted” to ice cream. She says she could eat it every day. She also said that her favorite song is “Unaware” by Allen Stone. It surely served as inspiration for her own songwriting. Despite the bubbly social media presence, all was not completely well with Claire. Fame was taking its toll.

If you look up Claire Abbott, as you may have done already, you will find that all of her official social media accounts are now dead. The only one not deactivated is her Facebook fan page, which hasn’t been updated since December of 2016. Nobody knew where Claire went or why she had taken down her accounts. Even her YouTube channel, dedicated mostly to her music, was bereft of videos. Claire had apparently had enough of being famous. We don’t know if she’ll ever return to public life.

When Claire abdicated her throne as social media queen, tons of impostor accounts popped up to try to capture her search traffic. They were obviously fake. The accounts merely reposted her old photos, that had been making the rounds online for months or years. Claire was gone. Her fans were upset.

Some people speculated that she dipped out of her social media accounts because nude photos that were allegedly hers had surfaced. However, Claire says she quit because she wanted to get serious about her music. She wanted to pursue her dream of being a singer-songwriter. And she was tired of only getting attention for her looks. Being ogled by millions of strangers around the world must take a real mental toll.

Claire is most known for her covers of popular songs. However, she also writes original music. Some of her music can still be found on YouTube. Just not on her official page. Her 2012 original song Fighter got over 300,000 views.

Claire’s life appeared to be close to perfect. She was young, gorgeous and rubbing elbows with Dan Bilzerian. But reality was darker. She posted a photo of herself in a hospital. It was accompanied by a confession that she had been struggling with multiple mental health conditions for years, including anxiety disorder, severe depression and borderline bipolar disorder.

Claire wasn’t the first girl to become famous on the strength of her looks. But she was one of the first to do it using only her own social media as promotional tools. She served as a model, both literally and figuratively, for lots of girls after her. The world of Instagram modeling has taken off in the past few years. It’s grown into its own cottage industry. Nowadays, it seems like anyone with good looks and a phone has taken a crack at it.

There’s more to be gained from being a popular Instagram model than just attention. There’s some serious money at play. Instagram models can win sponsorship deals and lots of free merch. Top YouTubers can support themselves full-time just off of their views. It’s easy to see why so many people would try to follow in Claire’s footsteps. Even if they led away from fame, ultimately.

It makes sense why advertisers are recruiting Instagram models to help them promote. As people develop “ad blindness,” the industry term for the general population getting tired of being marketed to in certain mediums and contexts, marketers have to scramble to cope. Instagram models provide marketers with built-in audiences led by spokespeople they already trust. Paying them to showcase your products in their photos makes strategic sense. It certainly makes more sense than buying ad space on television. Marketing continues to change as our media habits do.

If you want to become Instagram famous, a good first place to start is looking like Claire Abbott. After you have that covered, think about what categories you want to target. The most popular Instagram accounts are typically related to fitness, travel, food, fashion and other lifestyle stuff.Keep in mind that people who do get famous tend to go slightly crazy. Whether they become known through social media or in more traditional ways, fame is not a comfortable garment to wear every minute of your life.

Claire has been completely silent for many months. It is completely unknown what she will end up doing, or if we’ll ever hear about it. For now, her old photos still have lives of their own. You’ve seen her before, and you will probably see her again. Hopefully she gets what she wants and comes to be known for something other than just her good looks.


Do-It-Yourself projects are a cultural trend that has been around for a long time. There’s something about creating things with your hands that appeals to a lot of people. And in recent years, some have taken to building their own houses from scratch. The Internet is a great resource in that people can find guides and how-to videos to inform them on each stage of the process. It’s not rocket science, but it’s also not something you’d think a 13-year-old boy would be interested in doing.

Luke Thill is a 13-year-old from Dubuque, Iowa. Like any other teenage boy, he has lots of energy and is easily bored. But here’s where he sets himself apart: to cope with his boredom one summer, he decided to build a house in his parents’ backyard. The end result of this endeavor became so much more than he originally expected.

Luke set out to find the money and materials to complete his project, and first went to his parents for help. Though they approved of his efforts, they decided to let him do most of the work by himself. “It was a chance for a kid to do something more than play video games or sports,” said his dad Greg. “It teaches life lessons.” So how did Luke manage to get it done?

The teen cut neighbors’ lawns, raised funds online, and ran errands for people in his community as a trade-in for work or supplies. For example, a family friend who was an electrician helped him install the wiring in exchange for cleaning out his garage. Finally, he was able to gather enough money and materials to start building. Though it took him a lot longer than he anticipated…

One year later, Luke had raised $1,500 and collected enough stuff to begin building. He ended up using reclaimed or recycled materials for 75% of the house. In the process, he helped friends and neighbors get rid of unwanted things, like his uncle’s friend’s front door and many leftover items from his grandmother’s garage. Once building was firmly underway, he realized something that caught him by surprise.

Word of mouth had spread around town about the teen’s little venture. People were eager to know how he was doing so he decided to create a YouTube channel, where he kept viewers updated on his progress and also answered questions about the process. Before long, everyone in school knew his name, which might not have been the best thing for Luke at the time.

As his commitment and skill became clear to everyone, Luke was turning heads everywhere he went. Then, out of the blue, his principal called him into his office one day. “I don’t go there very often,” Luke said in one of his videos. “I’ve never gone there for anything bad.”

As it turned out, the principal was friends with a newspaper reporter from Indianapolis, who wanted to talk to the teen for a story. Despite the attention, Luke had to focus on finishing the project, and he still had obstacles to face before construction was done.

When creating the kitchen area for his tiny house, the teen decided to make a homemade countertop, using pieces of stained glass and liquid glaze. He researched the technique and studied YouTube videos of the process. But when time came to do it himself, the glaze leaked all through the mold. Though his idea failed, Luke did not let this deter him, and soon his perseverance paid off as he got an unexpected invitation.

The teen was contacted by a representative of TinyFest Midwest, a festival celebrating tiny houses and small living. They not only wanted Luke to attend, they also asked him to speak about the experience of building his tiny house. He was excited about preparing his speech since he’d recently earned a public speaking merit badge. And with the house almost finished, he’d soon be able to move in… except for one small detail.

Luke’s tiny house was finally done, as it had everything he would need to sleep, eat, and go about his day. Still, no house is complete without a few homely touches. After ensuring that his house was fully operational, he made sure the place looked warm and inviting. It had to look flawless. Afterall, now was the time to expose a year of hard work, not only to his family but to his entire fanbase and beyond.

Except he had one problem: the house had no toilet. The teen realized that installing plumbing was more than he could manage, but in the end he didn’t mind. “I liked the minimalism,” he told the Des Moines Register. Once the house was ready, he made a video tour that wowed everyone.

Drunk Driver Left Mortified After Waking Up From 10-Year Coma, Then Finds Out It Was All A Lie

There are few things more tragic than losing a loved one to a car accident that was fuelled by drink-driving.

And that’s because it’s a fatality that could have been easily prevented had the person behind the wheel not made the irresponsible and frankly selfish decision to drive while under the influence.

That’s why the message behind this video is so important and why it went viral soon after it was uploaded:

In 2013,  Tom Mabe played an epic prank on his friend in order to teach him a lesson. His friend, Ray, had essentially become an avid drunk driver but it was only when he was charged with his fifth DUI that Tom knew he had to step in and help him see the error of his ways.

So this prank wasn’t merely about having a laugh at Ray’s expense, but about allowing him to see the value of his own life and the lives of innocent people whom his drinking habits could potentially kill.

So Ray’s friend, Tom, watched him get absolutely wasted, as per usual, then took him to a faux hospital room. So when Ray woke up, he found himself in the presence of medical staff, who were really just actors in disguise. The first person Ray sees after waking up is the nurse who informs her “patient” that the “doctor” will soon be in to check up on him.

When he meets the “doctor”, he learns that it is now 2023 and that a whole decade of his life was spent in the hospital.

“Some time ago you were out drinking and you decided to drive and there was an accident,” the “doctor” explains. “And you’ve been here with us for some time. This accident took place back in 2013, it’s now 2023. You’ve been in a coma for the past 10 years.”

They even prepared a fake TV news report set 10 years in the future, only serving to confuse Ray even further.

The most poignant moment in the video is that when Ray learns what had happened to him, he immediately asks “Where’s my daughter at?”

The fact that family is so dear to him is just another reason why his drink driving, which could drive him to an early grave, needs to be brought under control.

So watch the video to see how Ray reacts to the prank and ask yourselves if it was justified? Or whether his friends were taking advantage of his weakness and perhaps took it too far.

His kid was slacking in school, so this Dad handled it in an epic way.

When Kurn Keys’ 14-year-old son came home with his report card, the father was less than pleased with what he saw.

“His report card wasn’t reflective of what we’re doing in our household,” said Keys. “It just wasn’t reflective of the fact that we have running water, lights, internet, and a bunch of other things that I didn’t have as a kid.”

According to Keys, his son’s grades starting falling when he took more of an interest in friends, girls and social media. Keys decided to come up with a creative way to motivate his son instead of punishing him.

He wrote a message in permanent ink on his son’s new shoes: My Grades Matter.

“Every day until those grades are A’s and B’s, I don’t care about what I spent on the shoes; I need this message to come across every day he looks down at his feet.” Air Jordans range from $100-$400.

Keys used his son’s shoes to drive home a point about education, and we think it’s awesome.

The hashtag #MyGradesMatter has gone viral on social media sites, encouraging others to put grades first.

That’s a message we can ALL stand behind!