What is the worst or best prank you have ever recieved or did to anyother person

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  1. ChristineVianello profile image60
    ChristineVianelloposted 7 years ago

    What is the worst or best prank you have ever recieved or did to anyother person?

    Has anyone ever filled someone's desk drawer with whip creme? I once had a friend wite the Phillies suck on my windows, when they won the World Series a few years ago. It was bad, people were about to kill me!

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  2. Merlin Fraser profile image73
    Merlin Fraserposted 7 years ago

    Covering the ladies toilet bowl with cling film for April fools Day.

  3. FacetiousRemark profile image68
    FacetiousRemarkposted 7 years ago

    I'm quite notorious for scaring people and making pranks. I think the best one involved the girl from The Ring films (you know, the girl with the nightdress and long black hair...)

    It started with my housemate and I constructing our own Ring Girl from a white sheet, nightdress and long black wig (I have one as I dressed as her for a party) around some small step ladders. We left her in other housemates rooms, which scared them lots when they saw her behind their beds or something when they first went into their rooms.

    We kept moving Ring Girl around the house for the next week. Eventually our other housemates were all "We're used to her now, she doesn't scare us!" Which was perfect, because...

    ...one night the housemates went out. Another friend in on the joke texted us when they were coming back. So I, yes, I! donned the white night dress and wig and knelt on the landing, just around the corner from the top of the stairs. I looked EXACTLY like the Ring Girl model we'd made. Housemates come upstairs, turn the corner, see me. "Haha, very funny, we're not scared anymore". That's when I lunged at them. I've never heard people scream so loud. Brilliant.

  4. Colby Alan profile image61
    Colby Alanposted 7 years ago

    I had my sister call from downstairs. I answered, then told my dad that my g/f was in the hospital after a serious collision. Will never do anything like that again.

    Trust me; Don't do it.

  5. theseus profile image78
    theseusposted 7 years ago

    While my friend was working somewhere far from where I was, I sent a message to my friend that I was in a shed outside his house  one stormy night.Not five minutes after I sent my message, he texted back and told me to stay where I was and wait for him to fetch me.
    I could hear the rain and the wind on the background when he called not long after he texted.He was asking where I was.Only then did I told him that I was at home and I was just joking. He got really pissed that he refused to talk to me for a week!I felt so guilty that I promised not to do that kind of prank again EVER.

  6. CrystalisRad profile image60
    CrystalisRadposted 7 years ago

    A friend and myself decided to get my teacher back for calling our project crap after we worked on it all night long to get it finished. Though we have a month to do it we procrastinated. So that night  we got a bag of dog shit and hide it inside his desk. Slowly the room  smelled so bad that we couldn't work in there. We got a free day from class and we were never caught.

  7. Roger Rabbit profile image60
    Roger Rabbitposted 7 years ago

    I never get pranked and can't remember pranking anyone. I geuss im just lame.

 
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