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Old Mar 1, 2007, 12:25 AM Local time: Feb 28, 2007, 11:25 PM 1 #1 of 21
Pranks: Ideas & Stories

I am always looking for pranks to pull on people, being the older brother to three younger sisters. And... I always enjoy a good prank, who doesn't? This thread will contain good ideas for pranks, stories of you playing pranks on people, and stories of people playing pranks on you. Anything from harmless pranks, to something just crossing the line of legality is acceptable!

Personally, one of my favorite pranks is to pull out a permanent marker... such as this one, and go to town with 'L's or genitals while they are sleeping.

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Old Mar 1, 2007, 10:54 PM Local time: Mar 1, 2007, 07:54 PM #2 of 21
You can always tie a rubber band around the nozzle on most kitchen sinks so when somebody turns the water on, they get blasted. My friend did that to his dad once. I think he got killed for it or something.

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Old Mar 2, 2007, 12:57 AM Local time: Mar 2, 2007, 12:57 AM #3 of 21
Theres also the prank of stretching plastic wrap over the top of a toilet. tight enough so it looks clear. and so when someone goes to take a dump. it just squishes into their but.

Also, you can tightly wrap a showerhead in saran wrap in such a way so that it doesn't come off when the water is turned on. and in the morning when someone goes to take a shower, they get none out of the showerhead.


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Old Mar 2, 2007, 01:32 PM Local time: Mar 2, 2007, 12:32 PM #4 of 21
You can always tie a rubber band around the nozzle on most kitchen sinks so when somebody turns the water on, they get blasted. My friend did that to his dad once. I think he got killed for it or something.
LoL that's a good idea... I'll definently have to try that one. But how do you hide the rubber band... since it would be visible from the top?

Theres also the prank of stretching plastic wrap over the top of a toilet. tight enough so it looks clear. and so when someone goes to take a dump. it just squishes into their but.

Also, you can tightly wrap a showerhead in saran wrap in such a way so that it doesn't come off when the water is turned on. and in the morning when someone goes to take a shower, they get none out of the showerhead.
I havent had much success with the plastic wrap over the toilet, it's a little too visible. You have to do it to a really groggy person. But I've never tried the shower head...

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Old Mar 4, 2007, 07:16 PM Local time: Mar 4, 2007, 04:16 PM #5 of 21
LoL that's a good idea... I'll definently have to try that one. But how do you hide the rubber band... since it would be visible from the top?
Scotch tape, then? The prank assumes that the victim isn't going to be staring at the nozzle when he/she turns the water on.

I was speaking idiomatically.
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Old Mar 4, 2007, 11:22 PM Local time: Mar 4, 2007, 10:22 PM #6 of 21
I havent had much success with the plastic wrap over the toilet, it's a little too visible. You have to do it to a really groggy person. But I've never tried the shower head...
Generally the toilet one involves laxatives. I never thought of the shower one, i'll have to try that some time.

one that works well with groggy people, tape plastic wrap across an open door way, like into a living room or something, and hope that this person having just gotten up will not notice, and become enveloped in said plastic wrap. I'm 1 for 1 with that one, lol.

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Old Mar 5, 2007, 03:29 AM 2 #7 of 21
DISCLAIMER: I will not be personally held responsible for any miscellaneous bodily injuries, libel, lost property and/or friendships, legal penalties and jail time that result from attempting any of the following pranks. These pranks are presented merely as ideas or anecdotes as pranks I've witnessed performed by others. I cannot account for their safety or legality. In most cases, they're probably very illegal, or at least quite unsavory.

Prank #1:

1: Remove the drawers from a friend or sibling's dresser.
2: Turn the dresser unit upside down. Leave it this way.
3: Replace the dresser drawers right side up.
4: Wait.

Hopefully, the victim will enter to find their dresser oh-so hilariously overturned and react by overturning the entire thing at once. The catch is that they believe they've righted the problem and that it was just a really asinine prank of inconvenience. However, when they turn out the drawers to make sure everything's in order, their clothes and junk fall out onto the floor.

I've seen this work and the effect is stunning.

Prank #2:

1: Find someone you don't like, someone who owns a car.
2: Purchase The Club, world renowned auto-protection device.
3: Wait for a warm, summer day.
4: When the victim leaves their car windows down, even if only for a few moments, attach the Club to their steering wheel and lock it firmly into position.
5: Drop the key into any nearby sewer grate.
6: Laugh your balls off when the victim has to call a locksmith and a welder to use his car again.

Years ago, there was a teacher at my high school who drove a convertible kit car when the weather turned warm. Some students decided to Club his car during their lunch break. Nobody knows who did it but it was great watching him stomp and curse at everyone because the welders could potentially ruin his car's interior.

Prank #3:

1: Purchase a full-sized Tootsie Roll bar, preferrably the one that is segmented.
2: Soak the Tootsie Roll in water for 24-48 hours until it becomes soft and expands in volume.
3: Store the softened Tootsie Roll in a plastic baggie and take it with you to school or any other public place.
4: Deposit the Tootsie Roll into a drinking fountain or equally conspicuous location. If it's near or directly outside a restroom, this is even better.
5: As a crowd of bothered spectators gathers, approach the fountain and take a big drink of water as though the Tootsie Roll isn't there.

This works because the segments make the Tootsie Roll appear rather fecal when expanded. You know otherwise and it may not take too long before people realize things aren't as they appear but the initial shock is great.
This trick can also create quite a disturbance in your favorite community pool. PROTIP: Wait for "Senior Swim" hour.

Prank #4:

This one requires a bit of an investment and some stealth, but the payoff is huge.

1: Acquire some expanding foam insulation or expanding caulk. Many hardware stores such as Home Depot or Builder's Square sell it in convenient applicator tubes. You will likely need 4-6 tubes.
2: Store the insulation in your locker and wait until school has finished for the day. Finding a good reason to stay late creates a handy cover story.
3: Find a locker belonging to someone you dislike. Make sure their locker has ventilation slats. (Due to lockers being historically used to trap geeks and losers, this is a very common feature nowadays.)
4: Empty the contents of all the insulation tubes into the locker, via the ventilation slats. You might wish to involve a friend with this step to serve as a lookout.
5: Pack up and go home. The insulation will do its own work overnight. Deposit the empty tubes into a random trash can along the way. Disposing of evidence is always practical.
6: Enjoy the shouts of shock and frustration when your victim finds that he will need to chisel through mounds and mounds of thick, dried insulation in order to access his or her schoolbooks.

DISCLAIMER: This is the sort of prank that can easily result in expulsion and several afternoons in small claims court if you are caught. Proceed at your own peril.


Prank #5: This is a prank for the truly ambitious. This is a college fraternity level prank and will easily launch you into the annals of urban legend if you can pull it off. Amateurs needn't apply.

1: Purchase as many boxes of Jell-O powder as you can. The more, the better. I mean, if you can get about 500 boxes, you might have enough. Maybe. If you can get more, it definitely couldn't hurt. Don't worry about mixing flavors; that can only add to the fun.
2: Empty all the Jell-O powder into larger, leakproof sacks. This will save valuable time later on. Dispose of the Jell-O boxes and pouches so as to cover your tracks.
3: Get a few, preferrably quiet, friends, and several oars or similar implements for stirring mass quantities of water.
4: Find a neighbor with a mid-sized swimming pool. Above-ground pools hold less water and require less work, if time is a factor. In-ground pools generally hold more water but are much more difficult to empty, making them the ideal prank target if you've got the resources and nerve.
5: In the stealth of night, sneak into the owner's backyard and pour all the Jell-O powder into the swimming pool, gently stirring with the oars while trying to make as little splashing noise as possible. (It might be a good idea to make sure the owners don't also own a dog or cameras.)
6: Wait until morning. Don't worry. The neighborhood will soon be abuzz about how Old Man Johnson's pool was mysteriously converted to lime Jell-O overnight.
7: Bask in your newfound "Legend" status.

This is the kind of prank that requires a lot of forethought. Observing the owner's practices, such as when they go to bed and work, is advisable. Noting whether they tend to cover their pool with a tarp is also worth the effort, as they can be quite noisy and will blow your cover as you pull it aside. You would also probably wish to distance some of the steps from each other, so that people don't make the immediate connection between a swimming pool full of Jell-O and the shifty-looking kid who bought two shopping carts full of the stuff three days beforehand. And for God's sake, don't purchase the Jell-O with an in-store discount card, credit card or other miracle of the technological age that can be traced back to a name and address. Are you fucking stupid? Cash on hand, brother.

If you can time this with other unrelated factors, that might also be good. For example, pulling the stunt on the night before garbage day so that the garbagemen haul away the sacks lined with Jell-O powder residue before anyone discovers the prank - that'd be pretty smart. Checking a weather forecast might be to your advantage also; there's little point in doing this if the owner has his pool covered because it's going to rain.

I cannot account for the chemical reactions between Jell-O powder, chlorine and other pool-related chemicals. I designed this prank years ago, but only in theory. I've never experimented with any of the involving factors. There likely will be little effect and the crystals will gelatinize as expected, but you certainly wouldn't want to dig into to a heaping bowlful of Baquacil flavored Jell-O, that's for sure.

I am eager to hear if this prank works.

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Old Mar 5, 2007, 09:52 AM Local time: Mar 5, 2007, 02:52 PM #8 of 21
My most recent prank was caused by a housemate 'forgetting' to give me a girls number for 6 weeks. I was sitting in the living room feeling pissed off when another housemate informed me that the landlord was showing some people around the house (we're back on campus next year). My forgetful housemate was away for the weekend and his door has no lock so naturally I decided a prank was in order. First order of business was to take down anything that might make him look like a hetrosexual and replace it with gay porn (I spent a lot of time washing my eyes out after this prank). The second part of the prank was to liberally sprinkle condoms full of saliva all over his room. The final part (I was rather drunk by this point) was urine, and lots of it. I left a note in his room telling him people were coming round while he was away. His expression when he went into his room after coming back still warms my heart.

Edit: LOL, turns out he just got the shit kicked out of him at some karate tourny after he's been hyping himself up for weeks. Karma is the gift that keeps on giving.

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Old Mar 5, 2007, 01:52 PM Local time: Mar 5, 2007, 12:52 PM #9 of 21
Once upon a Grade 9 retreat, me and two of my friends pranked another friend by hiding his luggage/bags whatever haveyou, and hiding them at the end of a lengthy trail of riddles and treasure hunt type clues. Of course the hiding place was under his bed, but they were only placed there when we were assured of his being deep into the hunt by that point.

We weren't really sure how he would take it. He was pissed off at first, but admitted it was kinda fun by the end.

To a different friend, on the same retreat, we waited until he was in the can, then we stacked all the bunk beds, and chairs and everything we could find in front of the door, essentially barricading him into the bathroom. We then left, and went to lunch. He managed to escape just as they were serving the last of the pizza.

The same retreat, this one was pulled on me. I take my watch off before i sleep, so my friends got ahold of it, and set my watch, and the clock in the cabin two hours ahead. They then all got up before waking me up, and hid out in the woods somewhere. I then got up with my watch alarm, thinking it was time for breakfast. I spent a pretty solid 45 minutes wondering what the fuck was going on and if i was crazy or something. During that time, my chums went and got back into bed, re-setting the cabin clock to the correct time.

To the last friend in the group, we basically pulled the opposite as the above prank. We set his watch two hours behind. This caused him to miss breakfast. He was not happy. This friend didn't take his watch off before going to bed. Removing it and resetting it was a challange.

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Old Mar 6, 2007, 07:07 PM #10 of 21
Letsee... Our Senior prank was pretty good.

We got a copy of the school's phone tree (the one that they use to inform everybody that goes to the school if school is canceled, emergencies, etc...), and enacted it, canceling school for one of the exam-writing days... Talk about PISSED teachers and profs... too bad they could never find the organizer :P

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Old Mar 8, 2007, 03:03 PM #11 of 21
I was recently subject to an awesome prank. there's a novelty store that sells fake lottery tickets. They look completely believable, it's until you read the back that you're completely bullshit about the trick. I was victim to one such prank, i told a friend to go pick me up a couple of tickets, and he brought back 3 real ones and one fake one. I was completely blown away. Damn near nirvana when i realized my life had just gotten ALOT better, then it was taken away from me.

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Old Apr 12, 2007, 10:18 PM Local time: Apr 12, 2007, 09:18 PM #12 of 21
I was recently subject to an awesome prank. there's a novelty store that sells fake lottery tickets. They look completely believable, it's until you read the back that you're completely bullshit about the trick. I was victim to one such prank, i told a friend to go pick me up a couple of tickets, and he brought back 3 real ones and one fake one. I was completely blown away. Damn near nirvana when i realized my life had just gotten ALOT better, then it was taken away from me.
LoL that might actually be a little too mean for me to do for some reason... I think I'd feel better vandalizing something lol.

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Old Apr 14, 2007, 06:59 AM Local time: Apr 14, 2007, 06:59 PM #13 of 21
Try this. In your sister's room, set up some pillows on a chair, then cover it with a big blanket. Make sure that it looks like someone sitting. Then go out, and make sure you turn off the lights and have the curtains closed. Just make the room dim. If you do it properly, your sister should be screaming when entering her room, thinking there is somone/thing in her room, especially if she's scared of ghosts.

Also, try sewing the end of one hand of your sister's shirt. This works well.

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Old Apr 14, 2007, 07:28 PM Local time: Apr 14, 2007, 05:28 PM #14 of 21
I was recently subject to an awesome prank. there's a novelty store that sells fake lottery tickets. They look completely believable, it's until you read the back that you're completely bullshit about the trick. I was victim to one such prank, i told a friend to go pick me up a couple of tickets, and he brought back 3 real ones and one fake one. I was completely blown away. Damn near nirvana when i realized my life had just gotten ALOT better, then it was taken away from me.
Yeah, it is quite a good trick. I was on a family vacation one year, and we stopped at a mall to do some shopping and I found the joke shop. I purchased a few of those and gave them to my sister. She shreiked and was so stoked until she read the back, which said "to obtain prize go to: Yo Mama's House".

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Theres also the prank of stretching plastic wrap over the top of a toilet. tight enough so it looks clear. and so when someone goes to take a dump. it just squishes into their but.
I never really understood how that prank worked for guys. If you think about it, there's only about two inches of clearance between the liftable seat and the actual lip of the toilet where you place the wrap on, so wouldn't the guys wang touch it and give away the whole prank? Unless i'm visualizing it completely wrong, and there's a different place to attatch the saran wrap.

I pulled of an absolute beauty back in grade 9. It was simple, but very effective:

I was on MSN on a sunday night talking to a girl and got bored, so I told her that I cut my finger off on a saw, working in the shop with my dad. As expected, she didn't believe me, partially because I had sarcastic and non-serious characteristics, and because i'm a violin player, and the loss of a finger would be catastrophic to my future in music. In an attempt to seem serious, I mistyped words, and said that i'm not used to the fact that I have no finger yet. This is where it gets interesting .

The next day at school, I bent my finger down in to an upside-down "V" shape and wrapped it up with tissue paper, scotch tape, and a splint i found. Although the materials seem pathetic, the finished product actually looked and felt like a cast, or heavy bandage. I proceeded to my first class, where her and a friend were joking about my story. Wearing a smug look, they asked to see it. I made myself look depressed, and then showed them. The results were incredible! They started to hug me, apologize for doubting me, and even cried! Even I was surprised. I didn't expect them to be so gullible!

All day went like this, and the story spread. Eventually everyone but one of my friends, knew that it was a prank. It was hard to keep a straight face all day, and made up the story that the doctor said he could inject "stem cells" in to my finger, and effectively grow another finger that I can use for violin playing. By now, I figured that the story was too out of hand, and that they wouldn't believe me anymore. Intestingly, they did still believe me! They gave me words of encouragement, saying that it was awesome that I would still be able to play the violin. To put the icing on the cake, I got one of my teachers to also follow along with the whole thing. It was absolutely perfect.

In the final block, I undid the bandage and showed her my unscathed finger. The whole class burst out laughing, the teacher was shocked to find out that the girl actually thought I had no finger, and she just gave me a look of death and didn't talk to me for the rest of the week. It was magical.

What was even better was the next day, some girl actually said "Hey! Those stem cells worked fast! You're finger is back already!" My friend and I almost pissed ourselves laughing.

By the way, the girl forgave me eventually.

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Old Apr 15, 2007, 04:37 AM #15 of 21
I remember when going to high school, and I went mostly arts and crafts, so they always had one or two fake skeletons hanging around in the studios. We'd usually do silly but mostly harmless stuff like dress the skeleton up or put it in weird positions (kama sutra skeleton), but the people who went to that school before us were way ahead of us and actually raised up the skeleton up on a flagpole. Imagine a high school were you're greeted with skeletons hanging on flagpoles, very theatrical don't you think?

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Old Apr 17, 2007, 01:45 AM #16 of 21
you can always change the sugar in your moms coffee to salt, that one is fun

or put a lot of little exploding snap things at the edge of someones bed and put a plastic snake near their face

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Old Apr 17, 2007, 06:59 PM Local time: Apr 17, 2007, 04:59 PM #17 of 21
Letsee... Our Senior prank was pretty good.

We got a copy of the school's phone tree (the one that they use to inform everybody that goes to the school if school is canceled, emergencies, etc...), and enacted it, canceling school for one of the exam-writing days... Talk about PISSED teachers and profs... too bad they could never find the organizer :P
This one seemed genius to me. How did that get reconciled?

Legendum, really.

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Old Apr 18, 2007, 11:21 PM #18 of 21
I remember when going to high school, and I went mostly arts and crafts, so they always had one or two fake skeletons hanging around in the studios. We'd usually do silly but mostly harmless stuff like dress the skeleton up or put it in weird positions (kama sutra skeleton), but the people who went to that school before us were way ahead of us and actually raised up the skeleton up on a flagpole. Imagine a high school were you're greeted with skeletons hanging on flagpoles, very theatrical don't you think?
I dunno... given the events of the last decade I think that's expulsion material versus a harmless joke.

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Old Apr 19, 2007, 03:22 AM #19 of 21
I live in Norway, we don't suspend people from school for wearing "pirate regalia" or any stupid stuff like that. The teachers seemed mostly just amused by the creativeness of it all.

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Old Apr 21, 2007, 06:45 PM Local time: Apr 21, 2007, 03:45 PM #20 of 21
Hmm, heres a prank I tried on my cousins : I went and took all their video game covers, took them out of the sleeve and replaced them backwards (as in the white side showing). I had a bit more time so I went and mismatched the game disks inside as well. This can also be done with DvDs, most of them at least, some DvDs are cheap using paper cardboard boxes (also doesnt work on special editions/sets).

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Old Apr 21, 2007, 07:15 PM #21 of 21
I just tried that tootsie roll in water thing. It didn't really look like shit, it was too shiny, it was just a lump of caramel. The water looked like diarrhea with the small chunks of undissolved tootsie roll in it.

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