Thursday, December 4, 2014

Behold the Snow to Killing My Own Kid PRANK!! (not for mom) 

From the bleak unknown of a lover's night to the laughter of a father's prank 

Two tales - two unexpected endings 

Behold the Snow (poem) 

Behold the snow all clear and white
Within its glow a winter’s sight
It settled in sometime last night
While fires of passion burned so bright
He told her that he loved her so
He bared his heart to let her know
She knew his love was pure as snow
And that he’d never let her go
For them the clouds seemed always white
And kiss filled laughter all they know
They never felt the cold of snow
When every star showed future bright
Yet endless bliss just wasn’t so
For she had other dreams in sight
So much to do before her night
And so for now she had to go
Then in his hand was something bright
Which loosed a shriek into the night
Now hidden somewhere out of sight
Behold the snow all clear and white

To go with this verse a touch of the classics: Carl Orff "In Trutina" 


Supposedly, it has never rained in Calama, a town in the Atacama Desert of Chile. Unlike what occurred in this household. Dad and his sons went out to buy 3 Spiderman costumes for his 2 boys. 3?! The third one is for mom,,, you'll see. Roman Atwood a Millersport, Ohio comedian and prankster is at it again. He is known on YouTube for his hidden camera public prank videos. As of November 11, 2014, the videos on his main channel have around 655 million views and more than 4,730,000 subscribers. There are some who, like the mom, don't think this prank is that funny. But over 10.4 million (and still growing) views say something. And a bit of a teaser/spoiler, Roman does get his in the end. 
So find out about the third Spiderman costume; "Killing My Own Kid PRANK!!" 

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