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    Talking practical jokes

    what is the best practical joke you've ever played on someone?

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    There's the old cling film on toilet job, always a classic no too original though, but still funny

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    heard my sister asking mum for an icecream/lolly, so i ran into the garage (where the freezer was) and waited.... it was pitch black in there so when she opened the door.. i jumped out and made loads of noise... i made her jump so badly she got the hiccups

    another time me and my brother decided to wind up my mum... he got into bed but UNDER the matress.. we made sure his head was in the place it would normally be and used pillows to make it look like he was on top... then we started shouting and crying really loud.. mum comes rushing in to find out whats going on.. and then i start smashing the bed as hard as possible with my cricket bet... it went down a treat
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    filled up a guy at uni's room with screwed up newspaper.

    Was a two day job while he was away for a long weekend, we had bugger all to do, so decided to repack his room.

    Luckily his door opened out into the hall, taped newspaper inside the door, then pulled it out underneath the door, leaving all the paper inside!

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    A group of friends and i managed to get someone who we couldnt stand to sign up for a residential field trip that he thought we were going on with him lol

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    put finely ground powdered milk powder on my bro's bed sheets. he sweated in the night, the milk dissolved and went into his pores, and he stank of stale milk for days, hehe.

    if war is the answer, then we are asking the wrong question
    2 things i hate the most - xenophobia and the french
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    punk ... harsh!

    One of the most evil was also at uni - guy down the hall just snored WAAAYYYYY too much. He went away for a long weekend, so we hid a dead squid in the cavity under his bed. Reeked to high heaven (we'd turned his heater up a bit) and he just didn't know what to say.

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    Originally posted by not_your_punk
    put finely ground powdered milk powder on my bro's bed sheets. he sweated in the night, the milk dissolved and went into his pores, and he stank of stale milk for days, hehe.
    rofl now that is just harsh, haha still cracking me up now. will have to try that on my brother lol .

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    Thats not only harsh, but damn clever

    hats off to punk

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    Turfed someones room at uni
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    mate went on holiday for 2 weeks, came back to a cress covered hall/stairs/landing

    watering can, fair few packets of cress seeds, central heating turned on full... leave for 2 weeks.. and the look on his face was fantastic... he'd just ordered a new carpet for the hall stairs and landing, so it wasnt as if we'd ruined his house.

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    I think one of the funniest pranks was changing all over the doors around in my dorm....
    18 rooms all door to door > gap > door to door

    take every second door and replace it with the one two doors down...
    was done over the course of uni hols, changed all the door numbering back to the original numbers for the rooms.

    Very evil, and very funny on the sunday night when everyone came home!!!

    One of the really funny ones was a revenge prank...
    someone broke into my room while I was away for the weekend skiing, opened up my windows, turned off the radiators and misted all of my clothes, bed spread etc with a water gun - came back and everything was frozen solid!

    Wasn't very happy at the time, but it was incredibly funny when I sat down on my bed, and it went CRUNCH!

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    the brother wasn't impressed. ah well, serves him right for being ginger

    if war is the answer, then we are asking the wrong question
    2 things i hate the most - xenophobia and the french
    "chuffing"

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    Ok....

    Someone is sleeping. Take one Snickers bar. 2 Man/Woman operation. One person to lift quilt/sheet/sleeping bag gently and other to lift trousers, boxers, PJs whatever gently and place the unwrapped snickers in the windy valley....

    Close up trousers, boxers, PJs whatever gently and then replace quilt/sheet/sleeping bag. Watch them run to the toilet in the morning

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    ROFL!!!

    if war is the answer, then we are asking the wrong question
    2 things i hate the most - xenophobia and the french
    "chuffing"

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    Erm, not exactly legal mind but it was good fun when I was a tearaway kid... basically - get a washing line rope, tie it from the handle of the front door of a semi detached house, to the handle of the back door (or gate/lamppost) then ring the doorbell and watch as the victim tries to escape their own house!

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