Evil Child Painter PRANK | KNOCK KNOCK PRANKS

Evil Child Painter PRANK | KNOCK KNOCK PRANKS


– What’s up? Today, I am here with Haley,
a world-renowned artist, and we have hired a
model to come and act as a subject for
Haley’s new painting. – Shh, I’m painting! – Let’s see how much he’ll take. – I’m done! (gentle music) (knocking on door) – Hi! – Hi, how’s it going? – Well, come in. – Thank you so much. – How are you? – I’m good. – [Alex] I’m Alex. – I’m Wes, nice to meet you. – This is Haley. I’m Haley’s assistant. – Hi Haley. – Haley is a
world-renowned prodigy. – Oh my God, amazing. Well good to meet you. I’m here to model, right? – Yes. Oh, don’t get too close to her. – Oh okay, sorry, sorry. – You may bow if you’d like. – He will do. – Fantastic. So let me just explain. Haley’s work is versatile in
detail and in storytelling. So throughout today’s session, we’re going to be asking
you to do an array of tasks and poses, likely many
of which will change quickly based on incoming inspiration, because Haley is connected to
the divine creative spirit. – Okay, um. Sounds good to me. – Are you ready? – Yes, let’s go. – You may step on the pedestal. (chuckling) – All right. – The first thing Haley
would like to do is to paint this bowl of fruit. So if you wouldn’t mind just
holding it on your head. (awkward music) – Like this? – Ideally, you wouldn’t be
holding it with your hand. – Oh, okay. – Balance it. – Is it all right
if it falls, or no? – We wouldn’t be happy about it. – Try your best. – Okay, thanks. – Very good. – The artist would now like
you to shove this cupcake in your mouth. – Great. – At the same time, please. – Okay, sounds good. – I’ll put it in there. Don’t. Open wide. – Aah. – Open wide. (Wes grunting) Don’t drop it. (sighing) – You do not impress me. (laughing) – This piece is inspired
by the human experience, the desire to be healthy and
have lifelong prosperity. Oh, and. – What did he just do? – He ruined your cupcake. – Let’s just move on. – Forget it, forget it.
– Okay. – Just forget it. – Sorry about the cupcake. – Okay. In the next piece, we are
going to have you connect with mother nature, by pouring this dirt
on your entire body. (grunting) – Plus your head. – Um. – I don’t have all day. Smell good? – How about a light sprinkle? – No, pour. – Wait, well on my– Do you guys have a
change of clothes for me? – Come on, pour! No, are you in kindergarten? You turn it over and pour! – Okay, okay, okay. All right. (drum rolling) – Don’t have all day. I didn’t say go yet. Now I didn’t get the painting. – Hm, darn. – You know what? I’m just gonna try my best
to get all the details in. – You have one
strong personality. What, can I get rid of this? – This does not please me. Chicken! – What– – Please put this
chicken suit on. – Okay. – And I ask that you
don’t get it dirty. – It’s $600. – Really? – Yeah.
– All right. – It’s a designer chicken suit. – I could–
– Don’t get it dirty! Dust yourself off. – Please step off. – Did you just get
that on my rug? – A little, yeah. – I don’t have all day. – How old are you? – That’s personal business. Are you a hack or something? – Am I a hack? I’m the one dressing
up in a chicken suit. I don’t think I’m a hack. (sighing) It’s got a little hole in it. I just want you to
know that wasn’t me. – We might invoice you. – Well, but I’m telling you– – Just wear the chicken suit! – How is this? – Horrible. – Horrible? – Yes, I said horrible,
’cause you’re not balking, you’re not squawking! (imitating chicken) – Get back on the
pedestal, please. – I don’t have my
shoes on anymore. – Get back on the pedestal! – I do actually have a different
pair of socks in my car. – Lay an egg. – Uh. (imitating chicken) – Lay an egg! (imitating chicken) Give him another egg. – What was wrong with that egg? – You may eat it. – Oh, I eat this egg? This is a little dirty. – Give him another one, then. So picky, aren’t you? Another. – Gotta know your own worth. – No, that’s your baby. You just ate that? – Yeah. – You know what? You know what you
deserve for this? Take off your thing. – What thing, the hat? – [Haley] Yes. And hug that cactus. – Hug that cactus? Okay, is it a real cactus? – Yes, it’s a real cactus. – No, I’m not hugging a cactus. – Hug the cactus! – I will hold the cactus. – No, hug it.
– You have to hug the cactus. – Yeah, I will hug
it on my own terms. – She’s going to throw a fit
if you don’t hug the cactus. – All right, I’ll hug that. – Hug it even more, like
it’s your best friend. (imitating kissing) This is gonna look fabulous. – It looks incredible.
– Very well done. Thank you. Now balk with that. (imitating chicken) – Now shake, shake, shake! Shake, shake, shake! Turn around, shake! Turn around, shake! Turn around, shake! Do the chicken dance,
do the chicken dance! (singing chicken dance) More, more, more,
more, more, more! (Wes laughing) Faster! I’m done. – We’re done. – Are you ready to
see your painting? – Yeah. – How do you like it? – That’s very– – How do you like it? – It’s, how do I like it? I like it. It’s very abstract. – But you don’t love it? – I love it. – Okay, then can you
describe this whole painting? What is it? – It’s represents
the chaos of life and how we intersect
as human beings. – Wrong! Do you want another painting? I’ll give you one. – Sure. – Well, how about
this one, okay? (drum rolling) – You’re on a prank show!
– You’re on a prank show! – Oh, wow, okay. Are you real? Are you being for real? – Yes.
– Yeah. – Oh, of course. (playful music)

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