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Thread started 07/18/10 10:10pm

insatiable3

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your most famous teenage pranks/moments

ok so i had a rough day today and i need a good laugh... so what helps put me in a better mood is doing a little reminising...

So you would be lying if you said you were good all the time when you were a teenager lol

I know for the most part i was a good kid but i had my moments where i just had to take myself along with the adreneline rush...

so i dedicate this thread to all the wild, and crazy stuff you did and got away with as a teenager!

it could be a prankcall, a joke you played, or just some straight up innocent vandelizing aka ( toliet papering a house, egging a car ect.) or some hardcore i cant believe i did that shit!!

tell me about one of you favorite scandelous teenage moments...

one of my favorite moments:

i was 16 and decided it would be funny to play a joke on my best friend at 12am on friday night.

she drove this huge van and i knew she was out passed her curfew so i decided to have one of my friends park around the block while i hid in the floor board dash area of the passenger side front seat... about 10 min later she comes running into the van says to herself shit im in trouble and right before she puts her van in drive i poped out from under the dash scared the ever loving shit outta her ( funniest shit ive ever seen in my life!! ) it scared her so bad she started crying...

i love moments like this cause reactions are priceless and seem to hold on to those fun memories forever...

anyway your turn... (you all know you were devil children just like me! you are not fooling anyone) Lmfao wink

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Reply #1 posted 07/18/10 10:49pm

purpledoveuk

Some of my teenage pranks were, in hindsight, bordering on just nasty but a couple of ones I can admit to are:

Ringing up a random person from the phonebook and telling them they were live on radio and, if they could tell me the "phrase that pays" they'd win £500. The guy obviously couldn't but td me he listened to my station all the time but had missed the phrase as he had to go out.

Worked in a shop wiu my best made and we dared eachotget all the time...one of mine was that I was serving sone customers and let out the loudest fart...but didn't akbowledfe it in any way, didn't blink, just kept talking.
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Reply #2 posted 07/21/10 12:02pm

motownlover

i was a kid that played alot by him self. i liked hide and seek. and i didnt tell people i was going to hide but been gone for hours. once i put all my grand parents rabits in one cage and i hide between them( i was like 3) this has been told . i was gone for like 3 4 hours after they found me

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Reply #3 posted 07/22/10 9:55am

purpledoveuk

motownlover said:

i was a kid that played alot by him self. i liked hide and seek. and i didnt tell people i was going to hide but been gone for hours. once i put all my grand parents rabits in one cage and i hide between them( i was like 3) this has been told . i was gone for like 3 4 hours after they found me




Technically that's short-trm running away from home. Did something similar but you don't realise the implications until later life...especially when you are a parent yourself. My son is 2 and hides alot too...fortunately he keeps bellowing "I'm hiding" or "Daddy where are you" and laughing so he's easy to track down

Leaving you grandads rabbits all in the same cage could hav had dome funny outcomes if they weren't all the same ex smile
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Reply #4 posted 07/22/10 10:37am

Fenwick

I have a few OK stories myself, but I have to share one that my best friend did to his brother on April Fool's Day many moons ago.

We were all in college and my buddy Mick decided to play a prank on his younger brother Ryan.

It was about 3/4s of the way through Ryan's 2nd semester freshman year, and Mick called him up acting like he was from the school administration. He told Ryan that there were some major troubles with his paperwork, and that if didn't get down to the registrars office to take care of it THAT DAY, he wouild lose all of his credits for the semester.

But here's the genius part of the prank.

Mick told Ryan his name was Mr. Youngblood (making up the name) and that he only worked on special cases. He told Ryan if he went to the registrars office and asked for him by name, most people would probably tell him they didn't have a Mr Youngblood on staff, and that he under no circumstances could take "no" for an answer.

So down bikes Ryan to the registration office in the middle of a huge thunder and lightning storm, totally panic struck. He gets down to the office and tells the first employee he encounters his story, of course, the employee says, "Um sorry sir, there's no Mr Youngblood here".

Ryan apparently yelled his response, "THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HE SAID YOU WOULD SAY!!!

He only work on special cases etc... etc... Please, I MUST see Mr Youngblood, the credits for my semester are in jeopardy"!!!!!

So off the two of them go to the supervisor from that floor. The supervisor tells him the same story and Ryan will not take no for an answer. He demands to see the highest ranking member of the registration office. This leads to the three of them going up to the next story of the building to see the director of registration.

Ryan is totally over emotional and on the verge of a breakdown. he has to get to the bottom of what's going on. So the supervisor tells the story to the director, Ryan is hanging on every word nodding in agreement and hoping the director will have the answer he needs.

He said the Director smiled almost immediately after the story was done. She looked at Ryan and said, "Well son, before we try to take this any further, you do know today is April Fool's Day right"?

At that moment Ryan knew he had been COMPLETELY duped and he knew it was Mick who had done it. He told us he rode on his bike the whole way back home, in the middle of the same rainstorm, singing at the top of his lungs with joy.

I always love telling this story as it is my favorite prank of all time....

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Reply #5 posted 07/22/10 10:42am

RodeoSchro

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One of my best friends got married. We didn't much like his wife, but that's beside the point. She ended up growing on us.

Anyway, he drove a 1977 Formula Firebird. Awesome car! However, the front seats were held in place by four bolts.

So during the reception, I took out the bolts holding the passenger seat.

She got in, they waved goodbye, and he hit the gas.

She ended up in the back seat! Wedding dress, veil and all!

It was AWESOME.

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Reply #6 posted 07/22/10 10:43am

RodeoSchro

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Fenwick said:

I have a few OK stories myself, but I have to share one that my best friend did to his brother on April Fool's Day many moons ago.

We were all in college and my buddy Mick decided to play a prank on his younger brother Ryan.

It was about 3/4s of the way through Ryan's 2nd semester freshman year, and Mick called him up acting like he was from the school administration. He told Ryan that there were some major troubles with his paperwork, and that if didn't get down to the registrars office to take care of it THAT DAY, he wouild lose all of his credits for the semester.

But here's the genius part of the prank.

Mick told Ryan his name was Mr. Youngblood (making up the name) and that he only worked on special cases. He told Ryan if he went to the registrars office and asked for him by name, most people would probably tell him they didn't have a Mr Youngblood on staff, and that he under no circumstances could take "no" for an answer.

So down bikes Ryan to the registration office in the middle of a huge thunder and lightning storm, totally panic struck. He gets down to the office and tells the first employee he encounters his story, of course, the employee says, "Um sorry sir, there's no Mr Youngblood here".

Ryan apparently yelled his response, "THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HE SAID YOU WOULD SAY!!!

He only work on special cases etc... etc... Please, I MUST see Mr Youngblood, the credits for my semester are in jeopardy"!!!!!

So off the two of them go to the supervisor from that floor. The supervisor tells him the same story and Ryan will not take no for an answer. He demands to see the highest ranking member of the registration office. This leads to the three of them going up to the next story of the building to see the director of registration.

Ryan is totally over emotional and on the verge of a breakdown. he has to get to the bottom of what's going on. So the supervisor tells the story to the director, Ryan is hanging on every word nodding in agreement and hoping the director will have the answer he needs.

He said the Director smiled almost immediately after the story was done. She looked at Ryan and said, "Well son, before we try to take this any further, you do know today is April Fool's Day right"?

At that moment Ryan knew he had been COMPLETELY duped and he knew it was Mick who had done it. He told us he rode on his bike the whole way back home, in the middle of the same rainstorm, singing at the top of his lungs with joy.

I always love telling this story as it is my favorite prank of all time....

LOL, that is funny!

Second Funkiest White Man in America

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Reply #7 posted 07/22/10 10:49am

Fenwick

RodeoSchro said:

One of my best friends got married. We didn't much like his wife, but that's beside the point. She ended up growing on us.

Anyway, he drove a 1977 Formula Firebird. Awesome car! However, the front seats were held in place by four bolts.

So during the reception, I took out the bolts holding the passenger seat.

She got in, they waved goodbye, and he hit the gas.

She ended up in the back seat! Wedding dress, veil and all!

It was AWESOME.

Genius! I hope she found it funny.

That's what makes pranks like these that much more enjoyable for me, is when the person knows they've been had by something genuinely funny and are happy to be a part of it, even as the "victim".

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Reply #8 posted 07/22/10 11:50am

purpledoveuk

Fenwick said:

I have a few OK stories myself, but I have to share one that my best friend did to his brother on April Fool's Day many moons ago.



We were all in college and my buddy Mick decided to play a prank on his younger brother Ryan.



It was about 3/4s of the way through Ryan's 2nd semester freshman year, and Mick called him up acting like he was from the school administration. He told Ryan that there were some major troubles with his paperwork, and that if didn't get down to the registrars office to take care of it THAT DAY, he wouild lose all of his credits for the semester.



But here's the genius part of the prank.



Mick told Ryan his name was Mr. Youngblood (making up the name) and that he only worked on special cases. He told Ryan if he went to the registrars office and asked for him by name, most people would probably tell him they didn't have a Mr Youngblood on staff, and that he under no circumstances could take "no" for an answer.



So down bikes Ryan to the registration office in the middle of a huge thunder and lightning storm, totally panic struck. He gets down to the office and tells the first employee he encounters his story, of course, the employee says, "Um sorry sir, there's no Mr Youngblood here".



Ryan apparently yelled his response, "THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HE SAID YOU WOULD SAY!!!


He only work on special cases etc... etc... Please, I MUST see Mr Youngblood, the credits for my semester are in jeopardy"!!!!!



So off the two of them go to the supervisor from that floor. The supervisor tells him the same story and Ryan will not take no for an answer. He demands to see the highest ranking member of the registration office. This leads to the three of them going up to the next story of the building to see the director of registration.



Ryan is totally over emotional and on the verge of a breakdown. he has to get to the bottom of what's going on. So the supervisor tells the story to the director, Ryan is hanging on every word nodding in agreement and hoping the director will have the answer he needs.



He said the Director smiled almost immediately after the story was done. She looked at Ryan and said, "Well son, before we try to take this any further, you do know today is April Fool's Day right"?



At that moment Ryan knew he had been COMPLETELY duped and he knew it was Mick who had done it. He told us he rode on his bike the whole way back home, in the middle of the same rainstorm, singing at the top of his lungs with joy.



I always love telling this story as it is my favorite prank of all time....








Did something similar at uni....forged official papwork telling our friend h had to move out of halls due to overcrowding.

Also put a letter on friends Reliabt Robin (has 3 wheels for those who don't know) claiming it was ni illegal to drive a vehicle with less than 4 wheels.

Forging came in handy at sold out uni event when 'extra' tickets were needed
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Reply #9 posted 07/22/10 1:44pm

RodeoSchro

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Fenwick said:

RodeoSchro said:

One of my best friends got married. We didn't much like his wife, but that's beside the point. She ended up growing on us.

Anyway, he drove a 1977 Formula Firebird. Awesome car! However, the front seats were held in place by four bolts.

So during the reception, I took out the bolts holding the passenger seat.

She got in, they waved goodbye, and he hit the gas.

She ended up in the back seat! Wedding dress, veil and all!

It was AWESOME.

Genius! I hope she found it funny.

That's what makes pranks like these that much more enjoyable for me, is when the person knows they've been had by something genuinely funny and are happy to be a part of it, even as the "victim".

Eh, no - she did NOT find it funny. But my buddy, to his credit, just kept on driving. He didn't stop and let her get out of the car to yell at me.

She and I became friends after several years. I think.

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Reply #10 posted 07/22/10 8:14pm

ZombieKitten

I never did anything wrong square

except one time I went to the pub when I was underage, and they made me sign a statutory declaration and I put my real date of birth. I figured then the cop and venue gets in trouble not me, since I didn't lie, and still he waved me on through the door. That's all.

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