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  1. Weird

    Invisible Driver Prank Returns for Another Installment, Now With Added Zombie [Video]

    We've featured YouTube magician Rahat Hussein on Geekosystem a few times, now. Over the past few months he’s put out several videos of his "invisible driver" prank, where he uses his car seat costume to trick drive-thru employees into thinking that there’s no one  driving the car. That can get old quickly, though, so clearly the only logical next step was for him to put a headless mannequin costume and have fellow YouTube prankster Ed Bassmaster dress up like a head-chewing zombie in the passenger seat. You know, like you do.

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  2. Weird

    I’m Still a Ghost! The Invisible Driver Drive-Through Prank: Part Deux

    Earlier this month we saw YouTube user MagicofRahat's "Drive Thru Invisible Driver Prank," where he pulls up to fast food windows wearing a costume that looks like a car seat, thus making him appear invisible. It was tremendous! We spent days shouting "I'm a ghost!" and "Instagram dat joint!" at each other here at Geekosystem HQ, and we're thrilled to see Rahat's released a sequel, although I am a little disappointed nobody tells anyone else to "Instagram dat joint!" There's a pretty great moment with a girl in a Where's Waldo hat who's just not having it.

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  3. Weird

    I’m a Ghost! Invisible Driver Fast Food Prank [Video]

    As if the people working the drive-through window of fast food places don't have it bad enough, they're often on the receiving end of a lot of dumb pranks. "Coning" was a weird one where people grabbed ice cream cones by the ice cream. "Fire in the Hole!" -- where jerks throw drinks at the employees -- was probably the worst. This one though... this one we like. A guy built a car seat costume and used to it make fast food workers think there's no one in the car. No one gets hurt. Nothing gets sticky. We just get a hilarious video and the new catchphrase "Instagram dat joint!"

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