OsibePranks17

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OsibePranks17 (formerly known as 3DPrankz) was a controversial American prank caller and close friend of PranksAreUs83. He is recognized for being the co-discoverer of Walsh. He only did pure voice calls and was a big fan of the soundboard calls. Although his controversy isn't as bad as someone like Jayuzumi, he was still somewhat controversial for a call to the Bail Bondsman. While the call yielded a number of humorous lines (e.g. "Take your childish butt and go someplace!"), many people labeled it as unfunny and childish.[1] However, people like Pranktz said it was funny, and PranksAreUs84 states he is the original Fake Bail caller, according to Billybob James' calls to the Bail Bondsman collection.

On April 15, 2014, PranksAreUs84 stated that he had received a phone call from 3D's brother, confirming that he had died. It turns out the prankster died from an overdose of alcohol and sleeping pills.

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As 3DPrankz (2012)[edit]

Date Title Soundboard Victim Duration Notes Ref.
June 28, 2012 Calling The Bail Bondsman N/A Bail Bondsman 2:48 The prankster used his real voice to talk to the victim. [2]

As OsibePranks17 (2013-)[edit]

Date Title Soundboard Victim Duration Notes Ref.
December 18, 2013 Zumiez Prank Call N/A Male victims 3:00 The prankster used his real voice to talk to the victim. [3]
December 23, 2013 Strip Club Prank Call Springfield Pervert Female victim 2:10 The prankster used his real voice to talk to the victim. This was a collaboration with PranksAreUs84. [4]
January 21, 2014 3 Way Calling Between Party Line Gangsters and Businesses N/A Bell Cab
Various
8:24 This was a conference call. [5]
February 2, 2014 East Texas Hillbilly 3 Way Madness Bail Bondsman East Texas Hillbilly 10:28 This was a conference call with PranksAreUs84. [6]
February 9, 2014 Calling For A VW Bus at 11PM N/A Couple 1:28 The prankster used his real voice to talk to the victim. [7]

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