'Dude, your car!' — YouTube prankster freaks out Detroit auto show

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"Dude, your car!" is a mobile app that alters photos of cars to look like they're scratched, dented, or worse — you know, for LOLs. So when Cincinnati-based YouTube prankster Dennis Roady came to town to review the North American International Auto Show, he couldn't resist using the app to alter photos of the display cars to freak out product specialists and record their reactions. The results are priceless.

Watch the video below, or read an interview with Roady at The Detroit News.




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