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chodan9
09-10-2008, 12:16 PM
Have you had a practical joke played on you?

I'll go first,

One day I had to leave work a little early to pick my wifes mom at the hospital so I jumped in my car and went and picked her up.

On the way home I noticed people smiling at me on the road as the past me (I drove slow when my mother inlaw was in the car) I even saw one pointing at me. So I drive another half hour till I get home and then my wife takes her the rest of the way home.
As my mother inlaw was getting out of the car my stepdaughter came over laughing so hard she could barely stand.
She went to the back of the car and pulled off a magnetic bumper sticker my "friends" had put there. It read (I heart gay porn) with an actual picture of a heart. It was bad enough to have that on there, but to drive all that way with my sainted mother inlaw!! I'm not sure she even knew what that was.
I have yet to think of something epic enough for revenge but I will! Oh yes I will!!

DanVanVliet
09-10-2008, 12:19 PM
I had a similar sign on my car it said I love Di you know the rest it was retaliation because of what I did to someone else.

PVedda56
09-10-2008, 12:23 PM
I am a Printer, we happen to print for a gay online website. Whenever we get a new guy at work we mess with his car. in june we got a new guy. The first friday he worked we took a big 19x25 sheet of paper and covered it with gay postcards. then in colorfull letters we wrote something about honking and im gay or whatever. then the final touch. we have colorbars on our printing so we can match colors, we cut them down so they looked like rainbow streamers and taped them on the paper. Then we taped it heavily on the back of his blue pickup. He had a personalized license plate that said "Ken Man"

SP1966
09-10-2008, 12:26 PM
I had a similar sign on my car it said I love Di you know the rest it was retaliation because of what I did to someone else.
But what we really want to know is why you haven't removed it yet... :eek:

dbx
09-10-2008, 12:27 PM
My oldest son probably played the best one on me; He's a computer geek, and a couple of yrs ago he planted a window to pop up on my PC...that asked me if I wanted to delete all files. I thought it was strange, but went ahead and hit the "NO" button. It proceeded to say "all files now being deleted" and started showing it happen. I freaked and started yelling and cursing :D. Needless to say, it was a hoax. But he got me good :(

DanVanVliet
09-10-2008, 12:28 PM
I am a Printer, we happen to print for a gay online website. Whenever we get a new guy at work we mess with his car. in june we got a new guy. The first friday he worked we took a big 19x25 sheet of paper and covered it with gay postcards. then in colorfull letters we wrote something about honking and im gay or whatever. then the final touch. we have colorbars on our printing so we can match colors, we cut them down so they looked like rainbow streamers and taped them on the paper. Then we taped it heavily on the back of his blue pickup. He had a personalized license plate that said "Ken Man"

Ouch thats a good one. Threw out the day I would pat my buddy on the back and every time I did I put another peice of tape on it at the end of the day there was a lot . He went to the bank that night a saw a girl staring at him which he tought was instrastead in him then she started pulling the tape off and laughing. He told me the next day and got me back a couple weeks later.

SP1966
09-10-2008, 12:29 PM
My oldest son probably played the best one on me; He's a computer geek, and a couple of yrs ago he planted a window to pop up on my PC...that asked me if I wanted to delete all files. I thought it was strange, but went ahead and hit the "NO" button. It proceeded to say "all files now being deleted" and started showing it happen. I freaked and started yelling and cursing :D. Needless to say, it was a hoax. But he got me good :(
Sounds like the blue screen of death screensaver! LOL

My in-laws are life long Democrats. A few years back when we were leaving their home I set their computer screensaver to be a bunch of George Bush pics. They took the thing into a shop because they thought they had a virus! :eek:

DanVanVliet
09-10-2008, 12:31 PM
But what we really want to know is why you haven't called me yet big boy.. :eek:

I don't think so.:D

chodan9
09-10-2008, 12:54 PM
My oldest son probably played the best one on me; He's a computer geek, and a couple of yrs ago he planted a window to pop up on my PC...that asked me if I wanted to delete all files. I thought it was strange, but went ahead and hit the "NO" button. It proceeded to say "all files now being deleted" and started showing it happen. I freaked and started yelling and cursing :D. Needless to say, it was a hoax. But he got me good :(

here is one we get the new guy with every now and then

take a screen shot of someones desktop using the prnt scrn button

then move all there desktop shortcuts to a folder on there C drive
then change the background to the screen shot you took.
IT looks like all there stuff is there but of course nothing happens when they click it.
Another is to cause a popup, then take a screen shot with the popup there. they will spend hours trying to get rid of the fake popup .

the guy who put the sticker on my car I got back a little, during christmas time I found some little christmas bells and hung them hidden around under his dash and seats etc and as he hit the road it would go jingle bells on him LOL but when he stopped, no ringing, it took him forever to find em all

dbx
09-10-2008, 01:01 PM
here is one we get the new guy with every now and then

Oh, if we want to share those we've put on others...I could write a book :D.

chodan9
09-10-2008, 01:12 PM
Oh, if we want to share those we've put on others...I could write a book :D.

dangit!
derailed my own thread!
ok back on track
who got you with what?

SP1966
09-10-2008, 01:14 PM
Went on vacation and came back to my office painted pink with a pre-teen girls boarder... kind of like it! ;)

dbx
09-10-2008, 01:16 PM
... my office painted pink with a pre-teen girls boarder... kind of like it! ;)

:eek:

SP1966
09-10-2008, 01:18 PM
:eek:
Not many guys around here can have hot chick wallpaper! :D

Capt_Lou
09-10-2008, 01:18 PM
Friends got me drunk in Mexico and framed me that I robbed and beat some little old lady.

Got arrested and thrown in some jail and since I don't speak spanish I had no idea what was going on. Not to mention that my cell mate was some 400lb sweaty guy who thought I looked cute.

After I was tortured with electrical clamps on the nipples, they finally deceided I was innocent.

Boy the laughs we had after that.

SP1966
09-10-2008, 01:19 PM
Friends got me drunk in Mexico and framed me that I robbed and beat some little old lady.

Got arrested and thrown in some jail and since I don't speak spanish I had no idea what was going on. Not to mention that my cell mate was some 400lb sweaty guy who thought I looked cute.

After I was tortured with electrical clamps on the nipples, they finally deceided I was innocent.

Boy the laughs we had after that.
The only shocker is you didn't plead guilty and beg for more...

DanVanVliet
09-10-2008, 01:53 PM
The only shocker is you didn't plead guilty and begged for more...

Fixed :D

LVI
09-12-2008, 01:04 PM
Ive never had a joke done on me, but ive done a few in my time:

-Shrink wrapped a buddies car at work one day. I actually put a box knife on the window and shrink wrapped over it.

-crazy glued a friends coffee mug on a friday night after work to the wall. Monday morning came and it was cured 100%.

-I use to work in a shop with airlines of 80ish psi and a blow gun, which was used to clear out the meter you were repairing. I would put baby powder in the nozzel tip during a coffee break and the first time he would trigger the blow gun baby powder went everywhere into his near completed meter.

-i emailed the carolina hurricanes a bunch of serious questions about there goalie cam ward a few years ago, and used a co workers email address and name for teh responce.

-I was a groomsman for my best friends wedding a few years ago, and it was a traditional Catholic ceremony with lots of kneeling and such. I put on the left sole of his shoes "Help" and on the right sole "Me!"

Thats all i can think of at the moment.

SP1966
09-12-2008, 01:09 PM
For a friends graduation party we got him edible underwear and a box of condoms. I had my gf sign the card with his gf's name and we put the wrapped gift on the table with all the others. His gf told him he would get his 'gift' later, so you can imagine the surprise on his face when he opened the card! His family demanded he open the gift... I laughed so hard I cried! His gf turned the cutest shade of pink while trying in vain to deny any knowledge of the gift!!!

LVI
09-12-2008, 01:20 PM
For a friends graduation party we got him edible underwear and a box of condoms. I had my gf sign the card with his gf's name and we put the wrapped gift on the table with all the others. His gf told him he would get his 'gift' later, so you can imagine the surprise on his face when he opened the card! His family demanded he open the gift... I laughed so hard I cried! His gf turned the cutest shade of pink while trying in vain to deny any knowledge of the gift!!!

Now thats priceless.

anton54
09-14-2008, 05:54 PM
1)
If you're in a cold weather climate, leave a 5 gallon jug of water outside to get cold , it should be -10 deg F and after sundown.
Make sure that your victims car has been parked and off for at least 2 hrs.
Pour the water over the car and watch it freeze on contact.
The water should be making a crust near the container's opening to make sure its ready.

2)
Flour in your buddies hair dryer = dough hair

3)
tape a coworkers handset to the base

4)
shrink wrap a coworkers desk inc/chair

5)
Pay a snow removal guy to bury your buddies car

6) Possibly the funniest of all
If your buddy has the runs due to a bad truck stop chicken sandwich
and decides to pull over and ask directions to the nearest gas station/bathroom, offer the innocent bystander $10 bucks NOT to tell him

Bando
09-14-2008, 06:16 PM
In college we set up a housemate's bedroom outside, even taped his posters to a fence. The look on his face when he got back and saw his bed in the parking lot was priceless.

Stevelegh
09-15-2008, 01:52 AM
Cling film on the toilet seat.

Bubble bath or washing up liquid in the cistern.

My father in law has an all time fav which he pulled on his daughter's new boyfiends:

Offer to make coffee, coming back with an empty cup for the victim. He then goes to hand it over and 'drops it'

Instant reel away from the 'hot coffee' that isn't there.

Oh he's a real funny f***er, my father in law.........

Environ
09-15-2008, 02:16 AM
Last year, this guy got a job at our gym. His girlfriend (now his wife) talked him into doing some exercise classes, including my boot camp class. He did them for a while and enjoyed them (who wouldn't - a class full of chicks).

Anyway, after a few weeks, he asked me to train him in the gym, so I did. Anyway, one day we did legs and, of course, he could hardly walk the following day. He had to hold on the rail when he walked down the stairs, and generally, waddled rather than walked. So, he missed boot camp. At the end of the class, I announced to the whole class that he had been absent because he's spent the night partying at 'The George', a local gay bar. I then asked every one of them to ask him about it on their way out (he was working on reception).

And, they all milked it. The first one even went so far as to ask "what's this I hear about you dancing naked on a bar table in The George last night".

I will never forget the look on his face. 10 girls asked him a similar question on the way out. I was in hysterics.

And, I lived in fear of a revenge act for weeks afterwards. But, it didn't happen. We just started having vodka shot competitions for months afterwards :D

StressMonkey
09-15-2008, 08:05 PM
Anyway, after a few weeks, he asked me to train him in the gym, so I did. Anyway, one day we did legs and, of course, he could hardly walk the following day. He had to hold on the rail when he walked down the stairs, and generally, waddled rather than walked. So, he missed boot camp. At the end of the class, I announced to the whole class that he had been absent because he's spent the night partying at 'The George', a local gay bar. I then asked every one of them to ask him about it on their way out (he was working on reception).


LOL, you are evil! I remember so well the day or two after my first leg session. I don't know how I got away with hiding the fact that I was walking like a crippled person and had to drag myself up the stairs at work.

Inthegrass
09-16-2008, 09:54 AM
I really haven't had a practical jokes played on me but this is one I did on my niece a couple of years ago. She was almost 16 at the time and she came up to our farm to stay for a couple of weeks. She loves watching horror movies and one night we watched the movie "The Ring" which apparently was her favourite movie. If you haven't seen it, it's about a video tape that goes around and if you watch it you die. A little girl that was thrown down an old well comes out of the tape when the TV is fuzzed and you die.
So the next morning when Meg woke up and came out of her bedroom, this is what was waiting for her (my daughter). :D:D It was priceless!!!!

Another evening she was staying up late watching "the 6th sense".
I said I was tired and was going to bed. It was late. About a half an hour later I snuck down the back stairs to the kitchen and opened up all of the cupboard doors, drawers. over, fridge, everything and then went back to bed. About a half an hour later everyone was woken up by the screams heard from the kitchen. lmao!!