- Former developer at software company deletes his code to protest its ties to ICE Saturday 4:21 PM
- A mysterious website is doxing Hong Kong protesters and journalists Saturday 1:44 PM
- The best ‘Skyrim’ followers and how to get them Saturday 1:26 PM
- Why Joel Osteen gets cyberbullied every time Houston floods Saturday 12:40 PM
- How to stream Jets vs. Patriots in Week 3 Saturday 12:39 PM
- 10 indie dating simulator games you should be playing Saturday 12:31 PM
- How to stream Packers vs. Broncos in Week 3 Saturday 12:14 PM
- Saudi crown prince’s former adviser suspended from Twitter Saturday 11:57 AM
- How to stream Cowboys vs. Dolphins in Week 3 Saturday 11:57 AM
- YouTuber to pay restitution after a teen fan died copying her video Saturday 10:36 AM
- Antonio Brown sent ‘intimidating’ texts to an accuser, including a pic of her children Saturday 9:38 AM
- Facebook suspended tens of thousands of apps after Cambridge Analytica scandal Saturday 8:24 AM
- How to stream Browns vs. Rams on Sunday Night Football Saturday 6:00 AM
- How to watch ‘NFL Primetime’ on ESPN+ Saturday 5:00 AM
- How to stream Liverpool vs. Chelsea Friday 6:45 PM
Send your friends an unexpected Rickroll or ‘JOHN CENA!’ by mail
Perfect for April Fools’ Day.
There’s nothing like a good ol’ fashioned Rickroll, especially in this day and age, when people have stopped worrying about Rick Astley popping up in their lives. And now you can send them ginger troll IRL—by mail.
For the very low price of $14, “Rick Roll in a Box” is the perfect prank. Your victim will receive an unassuming white box, only to open it and reveal the scarlet singer and his haunting track. The musical device is activated only when the package is opened. Pandora’s Box much?
Whether you’re getting back at a friend or foe, they’ll never expect Astley. You can also do this totally anonymously. And if you’re feeling more contemporary with your troll meme of choice, the service also offers an “It’s John Cena!” option.
What are you waiting for? Send one of these little guys ASAP. And since we’re feeling nice, here’s a coupon for a discount.
Screengrab via RickAstleyVEVO/YouTube
Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.