It's happened to pretty much everyone. You're concentrating on something else when someone sneaks up behind you, covers your eyes with their hands and ask you to guess their identity.
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While the situation can be quite uncomfortable, imagine the creep factor when a stranger pounces with the sweaty, hands-on-face guessing game.
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The very idea of it might give you a case of the heebie-jeebies. But that didn't stop Andrew Hales of YouTube channel Losing All Hope Was Freedom (LAHWF) from giving the guess who game a whirl on unsuspecting people at Brigham Young University.
If someone did this to you, how would you respond? Let us know in the comments.
Fake Hurricane Sandy photos flew around Twitter and Facebook on Monday, as users shared jaw-dropping images. Unfortunately, the race to post the most striking pics has most folks skipping the all-important fact check. We've gathered up five "Hurricane Sandy" photographs that have spread on the social web, but weren't actually taken during the massive storm.
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