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This Prank Video Of Dudes Picking Up Underaged Girls On Social Media To 'Show How Easy It Is' Is Absolutely Unreal All Around

 

Unilad – ‘The Dangers Of Social Media’ is a child predator social experiment set up by Coby Persin, a YouTube prankster with a fair few subscribers to his name, and if you need some sort of idea about how well the video did, try almost 10 million views in two days.

That’s because it’s pretty head-on. Coby, posing as a teenage boy on Facebook, adds and begins chatting with various younger girls – with a plan to meet up with them all. And it turns out said plan is actually quite simple, to the surprise of the subjects’ parents, who are also in on the experiment.

In every situation, the respective girls all decide to meet up with Coby, and it doesn’t take him long to convince them. The girls even go to the lengths of waiting for their parents to leave before handing him their address.

 

This one is blowing up on Facebook with a lot of parents sharing it under the premise of “Whoa, talk with your kids because you never know what trouble they could get into!” But the problem is these girls knew EXACTLY what trouble they could get into. They thought they were talking to some pimply faced Ed, Edd, and Eddy looking mother fucker:

 

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And then out walks gluten-addicted Pauly D who found a coupon to get his eyebrows threaded in his dresser drawer:

 

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And then these girls are like “Hey let’s meet up in a playground” — which isn’t creepy at all, girl, no not one bit — or in one case getting into a van that was at best a roaming studio for Bang Bus and at worst the rapiest Free Candy van I’ve ever seen:

 

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That’s not the “dangers of social media.” That’s you raising a daughter who’s kind of dumb and possibly a bit of a ho. It’s happened for literal CENTURIES. All Facebook or Twitter or chubby guido guys who do not look like they should be named Coby Persin do is enable your child to make the same bad decisions they’d make in previous generations. The only difference is over the last four decades it’d be a dude who looks more like McConaughey in Dazed and Confused. I don’t know how you stop your daughter from doing these things because some people are just wired that way regardless of technology or whatever. But I do know if you’re taking stern warnings in parenting from a video in which a dad lunges out of a back seat to act like he’s going to sexually assault his daughter to show her the danger lurking online, you probably shouldn’t have had kids in the first place.

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Bottom line: Bang Bus dad needs to return his “DAD #1″ jersey stat:

 

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