$100 Dollar Bill Honesty Prank

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“I went around Las Vegas and dropped a fake $100 dollar bill to see how people react.”

-Vincent Valentine

$100 Dollar Bill Honesty Prank: Limitless EXP

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36 thoughts on “$100 Dollar Bill Honesty Prank”

  1. The fake bill should have text, "if you are reading this, you can see the whole youtube video titled 'fooling worthless humans'. "

  2. To be completely honest it aint anyones fault. Its the Governments fault with the mentality they give us through poverty.

  3. they just making our kind look bad like if the shit ain't mine I aint picking it up those are what you call greedy MFs who ain t got shit going in they life

  4. they just making our kind look bad like if the shit ain't mine I aint picking it up those are what you call greedy MFs who ain t got shit going in they life

  5. if I saw someone drop it from their pocket then I would return it to them.but if I saw it randomly on the floor then I would probably keep it.

  6. LOL U know what u should do on another prank video, drop the $100 bill and do the same thing, but when they keep denying, give them another real $100 bill!!

  7. U ppl in the comments are stupid and just following other ppls comments. If you actually SEE someone drop it, then yea give it back. Me along with all the rest of u morons here know damn well u wouldnt give that shit to a random person saying they dropped it or saw it first

  8. Omg I can't watch this channel anymore now. I didn't like that queer in the first place, just the pranks, but now there's that gay ass wannabe rap by a pussy at the end too

  9. In Canada anyways, we are allowed to film in public places, but that doesn't include private places like malls and stores, unless we're given permission. Even though malls and stores are places where the public come together, they are someone's property, not public property such as say sidewalks and roads.

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