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Old 01-23-2002, 02:39 PM   #16
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Another Friary prank:

Me - "Hello Friary!! Can you connect me to the pope!"

Mom - "Goodbye Knute!"

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Old 01-23-2002, 02:40 PM   #17
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Old 01-23-2002, 06:20 PM   #18
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My best prank ever was right before my sisters wedding. She was waiting to have the programs for her wedding printed up by our Dad who runs his own printshop. On the front of the program were their names and a picture of the two of them, side by side. So about a week before the wedding I put my photoshop skills to work, I transposed their heads so that he was standing there with a pearl necklace and a formal gown, while she was standing there with a tuxedo and bowtie.

So my Dad printed out about 10 of these phony programs like the were the real thing, and a few days before the wedding when the happy couple dropped by the house my Mom handed her a stack of them and said 'What do you think?' It took her them a few seconds, but she burst out crying and he laughed at them. She thought it was the real deal, I just enjoyed the torture. My work is done here.
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Old 01-23-2002, 07:59 PM   #19
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Oh God, I am the queen of pranks!
One thing i'll do is to crank call people, and when i get the machine, i hold the phone over the toilet and flush it so they get to hear that when they play back their messages.
Anohter thing is to tie a transparent string onto a dollar bill, lay it on the ground, then go around a corner and hide. When someone stops to pick it up, you yank it away.
Or you can call someone that you know, but who doesnt really know you, say "I really need to talk to you" then hang up wiothout leaving a number.
Or, and one of my favorites, call up someone your friend knows, but youve never met. Act like you are a long lost aquaintance of theirs, tell them all this stuff you know about them, dont tell them your real name - make them try to guess who you are. They prolly wont actually let on that they dont recognize your voice, but if they do, you can just act incredulous and make them guess,and keep dropping little bits of info that you know about them, to make sure they think they really do know you somehow. See how long you can string them along.
When someone you know is throwing a costume party, try to get ahold of all the guests and gather them at some nearby location, and instead of all of you going to the party, send people who dont know the person throwing the party - to go instead. Theyll all be in costume, so pretty soon, the individual throwing the party has a roomful of strangers and doesnt even know it yet! He/she will be calling out peoples names, no one will respond. Then if he/she asks them to remove their masks...he/she wont recognize anybody...it gets pretty creepy!
Also, try walking outside and stare up at the top of a building for awhile, until you get a bunch of fools staring up along with you at nothing!
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My name is MISS MACPHISTO...I'm tired and i want to go HOME...

"Well you tell...Bonovista,that i said hello and that my codename is Belleview" - Bono before opening night of Anaheim Elevation concert

Well tonight thank God it's them, instead of you...

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Old 01-23-2002, 08:57 PM   #20
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Work on your impressions, and make/answer calls using those voices. thats always a riot.
Pretend you dont speak English...Speak in an accent...
I also love to have people paged under weird names.
Its also great fun to do stuff to people when theyre alsleep. Works best with guys. you can smear makeup on em, put a teddy and a blankie on em and take their pic, tie their shoelaces together, put their hand in warm water, paint a smilie face on their d***...Gosh there are soo many fun ways to mess with people!!! I could go on forever!

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Old 01-23-2002, 09:09 PM   #21
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Take a screwdriver, disassemble one toilet stall, reassemble it outside RA's door while he sleeps.
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Old 01-23-2002, 09:13 PM   #22
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My best prank ever was right before my sisters wedding. She was waiting to have the programs for her wedding printed up by our Dad who runs his own printshop. On the front of the program were their names and a picture of the two of them, side by side. So about a week before the wedding I put my photoshop skills to work, I transposed their heads so that he was standing there with a pearl necklace and a formal gown, while she was standing there with a tuxedo and bowtie.

So my Dad printed out about 10 of these phony programs like the were the real thing, and a few days before the wedding when the happy couple dropped by the house my Mom handed her a stack of them and said 'What do you think?' It took her them a few seconds, but she burst out crying and he laughed at them. She thought it was the real deal, I just enjoyed the torture. My work is done here.

This reminds me of my sister and bro-in-laws wedding. Apparently, my brother-in-laws friends decided to pull a little prank on the day of the wedding. They painted "Help" on the bottom of his left shoe and "Me" on the bottom of his right shoe. So, everytime he would kneel at the altar, the whole crowd saw "Help Me" on the bottom of the his shoes. My sister and her husband all thought that everyone in the crowd was crying, but instead everyone was laughing their asses off.

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Old 01-24-2002, 03:19 AM   #23
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In high school, we superglued the phone down onto the receiver in the teacher's office(It was the journalism room, so the office was pretty much in the classroom). It was pretty funny when our teacher went to answer it!!

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Old 01-24-2002, 10:59 PM   #24
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My friends and I like to steal furniture from school and put it on the doorsteps of our teacher's houses. They whine to us about it the next day, but it's still hilarious.

My best ongoing prank involves plastic frogs. In Minnesota we have Caribou Coffee (Strabucks, only cheaper and better people). If you order a kid's cocoa they give you toys. Lately they are small plastic frogs. So my lit teacher told us this story about when he went camping with a couple of his friends and their tent got attacked by 100s of frogs (which they thought were bears). So I collect the frogs from Caribou and put them around his room, including in his altoid tin and in his mug).

There are others. But they're quite illegal...so I'm keeping my mouth shut.

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