YouTube Guide: “90s Pizza Hut Prank”

Apparently, this decades-old coupon from Pizza Hut still works. 

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Chase Hoffberger

With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Pause the 90s, “90s Pizza Hut Prank”

Back in 1990, the ad-wizards at Pizza Hut announced a $20 discount if you bought a copy of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. As one lucky soul found out last week, that’s an offer that the stuffed-crust connoisseurs will still honor.

2) KollektivetTV2, “The Origin of Dubstep”

Where do you think dubstep music came from? That grating, scraping howl of a musical genre couldn’t have come from natural instruments. Norwegian television network Kollektivet has a theory about this: time to think about the mental wards.

3) Andrew Huang, “13 Best Ever Halloween Costumes”

Still hung up on what you’re going to wear for Halloween on Wednesday? Let Andrew Huang suggest a few quick and easy meme fixes. Ladies, did you know that you can dress yourself up as a mustache?

4) Move On, “A Message from the Greatest Generation”

Some of America’s oldest political enthusiasts gather to discuss the reasons why they believe we need another four years from Barack Obama. Pro tip: find some headphones for this one. These grannies can be quite garish.

5) Nathan Pryor, “Pumpktris”

Think your Jack-O-Lantern looks good? Wait until you see Nathan Pryor’s. The DIY YouTuber rigged his pumpkin such that visitors could use the stem to play a lit-up version of the popular Nintendo game right there on the big orange ball’s face.

Photo via Pause the 90s/YouTube

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*First Published: Oct 29, 2012, 5:52 pm