play practical joke presents
At birthdays and Christmas at our place, we have a tradition. We make a habit of putting a "prank present" or two or three! But though we do it all the time and you would think the surprise element had gone out of it, someone's always so keen to open their presents that it works every time.
Past prank presents have included tins of bake beans, fake dog poo, pegs off the clothesline...and many others; as long as the item was mundane and dissappointing!
But the dissappointments aren't the only prank presents, of course.
As presents in their own right, prank presents can help children develop their abilities to play harmless practical jokes on others. For example, the neighbours kids or even the neighbours cat! Watch Video.
Of course, practical jokes of the toilet variety have a long history of making people laugh. Why is the toilet such a special place for getting a laugh? In the interests of making this hub richly detailed lets look into that fully but there are no guarantees here!
The Uh Oh, emergency underpants make a fine compliment to hang next to the toilet paper spindle which can make comments on such things as fibre intake, while your guests are doing their important business. You can record your own messages.
When your kids invite friends for a sleep-over, why not be less than subtle with a toilet monster - this is the perfect way to make your knew guest comfortable when you give them a guided (or should that be misguided) tour of where to find the amenities at their sleepover!
Of course sometimes, the adults need some reading material in the toilet and What's My Pee Telling Me, as the title suggests is a book overflowing with information about PEE, POO and farts. Chapter One looks into Pungent Pee, Mellow Yellow, Red Rum,Vitamin Water, The Drip and so much more rich detail! Chapter Four explodes myths on such topics as It takes Seven Years to Digest Chewing Gum, Drinking Urine is Good for your health,It is possible to light Farts on fire,Sitting on the Toilet for too long causes Haemorrhoids.Holding in a Fart is bad for you. So if you were wondering. This book is for YOU!
On the other hand, at this point you may be thinking What? And could, understandbly, feel a need to get back some control over the jokers that are in your vicinity. That's where the Remote Controls (one for a man, one for a woman) come in. To give you the illusion (or should that be delusion?) that somehow we can control someone else! I think not!
Anyway, if you are ever looking for an apology, there is always the Apology Note Pad which you can hand out to friends and enemies whenever the fancy takes you. These pre-formed apologies mean you will never need to exert much effort which add great sincerity to any heartfelt apology you may be feeling at the time.
Fill out the To and From fields. Add the infraction. Tick whether it was a behaviour,words, an action or even an inaction.Then tick any number of boxes. Examples include.
- I was in a foul mood,
- I hate you,
- I wasn't thinking,
- it just happened,
- I was being selfish,
- you were pushing my buttons
- Mercury was in retrograde
...and so many more. Too easy!
Of course if you are more into insults. Choose the Bitch Citation note pad and just tick the box that best describes the bitch that is the target of your practical joke feelings. These are in alphabetical order beginning with Arrogant Bitch and ending with Wuzzy Bitch.
Under M you will find
- Mega Bitch
- Mean-Ass Bitch
- Money-grubbing Bitch
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