POPSUGAR Love Drunk Humor Passed Out Prank by GiggleSugar 6/20/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > These pranksters should move to Japan. There's a market for this level of sick. (My neighbor is lucky I'm nice and we don't live near a lake.) Read More Drunk HumorPranksVideo HumorHumor POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Food Tech Home Vegetarian Love and Sex DIY Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. krystalmak 8 years oh mannn.... that sucks.. the tent thing lol Schaianne 8 years Yeah, things like this is why I will always have a job answering 911. ;) licia 8 years That was pretty stupid, he could have drowned. They should have known better when he didn't wake up after they picked him up like that.. he didn't even flinch! As dangerous as it was though, it was still pretty funny.. colormesticky 8 years They're lucky he didn't fall off and drown. It's one thing to play a joke on him, it's another thing entirely to do something so stupid you could get charged with manslaughter if it goes wrong. ikitty13 8 years At first i thought they were going to throw him in, i was mortified. :)That would be so mean.... But the float thing was kind of funny. Jennifer_2sugar 8 years ha! poor guy! mieshey 8 years At least someone in the group realized that if he didn't wake up, they'd have to go in after him. mandykw 8 years That was hilarious! I can't believe he didn't wake up. kiwitwist 8 years nice friends GiggleSugar 8 years Ha! With friends like you guys, Phil...the guy doesn't need enemies! Phil 8 years HA! This seriously reminds me of a camping trip I had a couple years ago. There was this guy who went that we screwed with the previous night when he passed out cold in his tent. We threw lit firecrackers in his tent and threw rocks from afar that progressively got larger and larger as we got closer and closer. Anyway, the next night we were sitting around the camp fire and he started to drunkenly mutter how he would get his revenge when we went to sleep. Less than twenty minutes later he passed out in the beach chair next to the camp fire. So we all decided to help him back into his tent. We picked up the beach chair with him still in it so as not to disturb him and tried to put him into his tent. Only, he wouldn't fit in the entrance of the tent without one of us having to go in (and his tent smelled foul by that night so that was not an option). So we folded up the beach chair with him still passed out cold in it and threw him in. Problem solved! However, when I remembered the sound of howling coyotes, I figured it would be a good idea to flip the tent over so that the entrance would be facing the ground, that way no wildlife would wander into the tent and harm him. So we flipped his tent which wasn't very easy because he weighed down the beach chair. But, it was accomplished in no time and we kept on with the night never to disturb him again. He kind of woke up and started tossing around in what soundedlike frustration, muttering profanities at us, completely ungrateful for the consideration we paid him. The next night we were planning on putting him on a raft and sending him on a voyage through the lake but he left that day and we never got the opportunity. Probably good considering that he probably would have been carried off toward the dam before he regained consciousness. Good times!