Bros Go To Las Vegas For A Bachelor Party, Surprise The Bachelor With A Genital Warts Billboard On The Strip
Can you imagine what it would be like showing up to Las Vegas for your own bachelor party, walking out onto the strip to find a massive billboard yourself, and on that billboard you’ve become the face of a (fake) genital warts cream and it’s right there for all of Las Vegas to see? Because that’s exactly what happened to one bro, let’s call him Steve, when he showed up in Vegas for his bachelor party and his bro’s decided to play the greatest and most elaborate prank on him ever.
It wasn’t just the billboard either, because they almost made a website complete with pictures and testimonials of Uncle Steve’s Rub-It-Out Genital Warts Remover (Cream) in addition to paying for the ad space on Las Vegas‘ famous strip. Now I’m all for elaborate pranks, but usually that requires someone else planning them because I’m lazy as hell. I have to hand it to these bros for pulling off quite possibly the greatest bachelor party prank we’ve ever seen. Here’s how it all went down:
This is Uncle Steve:
This is Uncle Steve’s billboard on the world famous Las Vegas strip advertising both his (fake?) STD and his cream that cures genital warts:
This is Uncle Steve’s reaction to the billboard:
And here’s a look at the website the billboard links to:
The website the billboard links to is ruboutthebumps.com, and it’s glorious. You’d think that fake billboard was enough, but these bros just kept going further and further in this bachelor party prank.
Testimonials on the website come from Uncle Steve’s own wife, and what I can only assume is his best man:
But don’t let me ruin everything for you, CLICK HERE to see the website created to go with the billboard created to embarrass the sh*t out of this bro on his bachelor party. This is a truly LEGENDARY bachelor party prank, and everyone involved deserves a salute!
For those of you wondering, this is what Quora has to say regarding the cost of a billboard on the Las Vegas strip:
The answer will vary based on the specific location, duration of the advertising campaign and the type of billboard you’re interested in. That being said, on the high end, a digital billboard may cost $10k per 4 weeks, but a large non-digital billboard may cost between $20k – $60k for 4 weeks.