As a prankster growing up you always find moments of laughter that sometimes backfire.In my student days i remember an incident when i climbed onto an escalator in a shopping mall and saw my mate a few step up from me.I ran up the few steps and as he left the escalator onto the next floor of the shopping mall, i grabbed his shorts and quickly yanked them down to his knees expecting to get a few laughs from passers by.The humour was short lived as i spent the next few minutes explaining to joe public that he looked just like my mate from the beach and i most humbly apologised.Luckily he saw the funny side of it.
I pretty much would never intentionally do anything funny in public; but every once in a while I've been known to take the occasional, very public, tumble that has probably been funny to anyone who may have seen it.
When I was young I was hopping off the back of a pickup truck and the hammer loop on my carpenter pants got snagged on the tailgate... I was stuck hanging horizontally by my pants yelling for my parents until they came to my rescue!
I mooned a bus driver who was particularly obnoxious to me, on my way off. Next time she had my route she just sat in the bus, parked at my stop, with the doors shut, and called the cops. They showed up and told me she'd reported someone dancing around in front of the bus slapping their ass and shouting profanities at her, which I clearly wasn't doing. Everyone was highly amused--except the driver, perhaps, and the people who were late because the bus never showed up.
I had just gotten my video camera and I was documenting everything. As I was walking into a video store, I ate the concrete. I managed to keep the tape rolling and as a guy passed me, I said, "Aren't you gonna offer to help me up?" My family and friends still laugh at that video, and it happened more than 10 years ago.
well when I was 18 yrs old i was given a challenge to see if I would go out for the day in a nighty so I did , I did my food shopping and other shopping I even spoke to a police man standing on the corner of the street and he did not even realise I was in my nighty