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08/20/2005 07:10:13 PM · #1
wake up call

This is great!!!
08/20/2005 07:16:23 PM · #2
OMG that is sssoooo funny!!!! LOLOLOL

08/20/2005 08:18:26 PM · #3
I think I'd a had to go postal on them - or better yet, plot an even better scare for them! (Like waiting until after they go to sleep; get underneath their bed; make some ghost sounds; then reach up and grab them from below!) Mwahahahaaha

(I did that to my brother growing up - along with waiting until he was asleep, crawling under his bed, and then pushing up on his mattress with all the force I could muster with my legs - sending him flying off into the floor.) Yes, he does still speak to me... Barely. ;-)
08/20/2005 08:24:48 PM · #4
Here's another one-- Kinda similar..

Driving Prank
08/20/2005 09:19:41 PM · #5
Greetings,
One of the best pranks I ever played was while I was an EMT / Firefighter I was babysitting a bunch of boy scouts on a night campout at a campground and a buddy and I went took a latex glove, filled it to capacity with water and placed it in the Port-A-Crapper, mounted at the front of the hole fingers reaching up out of the hole, so next morning in the pre-dawn hours one of the scout leaders goes to take a morning dump, and as he sets down, feels a set of cold rubbery fingers grab his N_ts. The scream could be heard all throughout the campground, as could our uncontrolable laughter.

Mike
//www.mikefairbanks.com

08/20/2005 09:52:39 PM · #6
That's great mfairbanks - LOL! Classic!

(I guess I neglected to mention that my brother and I grew up in a very large old plantation built in 1842 that was haunted... I didn't help matters much.) I lived for my stealth and ability to hide and jump out and scare people in my childhood. Really sick... My grandfather also had a little box with a rubber snake inside it attached to a string, so that when you opened the box to show it to someone, the snake moved. I drove that one into the ground too (nearly gave my great great aunt a heart attack one day - I felt kinda bad after that).

We lived for practical jokes in college too. One time during spring break, we had been drinking a lot (of course) and one of our suitemates passed out face down on Daytona Beach (very blonde and fair skinned guy). We took sunscreen and drew a stick figure on his back and wrote "Hi I'm Dave".) When he came to 3 hours later and everyone kept speaking to him, he finally realized what we'd done - and was REALLY MAD! We of course, laughed for days.

(And yes, of course, it's always all about me! - I could hear you up there in the peanut section!) LOL j/k
08/21/2005 10:15:35 AM · #7
bump for anyone who didn't watch the video
08/21/2005 10:58:57 AM · #8
LOL out loud~! that is so funny!
08/21/2005 11:06:26 AM · #9
after you watch the video waste a little time with this game, its great!

have fun
08/21/2005 11:08:23 AM · #10
I guess you need to HEAR the video? I can't SEE anything remarkable. Sigh. We deaf people are at a disadvantage...

R.
08/21/2005 11:24:23 AM · #11
they wake him up with an air horn and he SCREAMS!

Message edited by author 2005-08-21 11:24:49.
08/21/2005 08:37:43 PM · #12
From todays joke mail:

Received from: B.B.

Here is one man's very imaginative way to deal with a pesky telemarketer:

The phone rang as I was setting down to my anticipated evening meal, and as I answered it I was greeted with, "Is this Wilhiam Wagenhoss?" This didn't sound anything like my name, so I asked, "Who is calling?" The telemarketer said he was with The Rubberband-Powered Freezer Company or something like that and then I asked him if he knew Wilhiam personally and why was he was calling this number. I then said off to the side, "Get really good pictures of the body and all the blood."

I then turned back to the phone and advised the caller that he had entered a murder scene and must stay on the line because we had already traced this call and he would be receiving a summons to appear in the local courthouse to testify in this murder case.

I then questioned the caller at great length as to his name, address, phone number at home, at work, who he worked for, how he knew the dead guy and could he prove where he had been about one hour before the made this call. The telemarketer was getting very concerned and his answers were given in a shaky voice.

I proceeded to tell him we had located his position at his work place and the police were entering the building to take him into custody. At that point, I heard the phone fall and the scurrying of his running away.

My wife asked me as I returned to our table, why I had tears streaming down my face and so help me, I couldn't tell her for about fifteen minutes.

My meal was cold, but oh-so-very enjoyable.

~ Rancher Chuck
08/21/2005 09:46:09 PM · #13
OMG @ GeneralE's post... That's EXCELLENT!!! I HAVE to remember that next time I get a telemarketing call. WOW - Great stuff for my arsenal! THANK YOU! ROFLMAO
08/21/2005 09:53:07 PM · #14
Originally posted by SJCarter:



(I did that to my brother growing up - along with waiting until he was asleep, crawling under his bed, and then pushing up on his mattress with all the force I could muster with my legs - sending him flying off into the floor.) Yes, he does still speak to me... Barely. ;-)


I did the same thing to my little brother after he came home from watching the Exorcist. Me and another brother cooked up an elaborate plot that involved sound effect (children of the grave by Ozzy), sheets, a plastic head and me levitating my youngest brother's mattress.

He still sleeps with the light on.
08/21/2005 10:08:06 PM · #15
Originally posted by bear_music:

I guess you need to HEAR the video? I can't SEE anything remarkable. Sigh. We deaf people are at a disadvantage...

R.


Trust me...you weren't missing much.
08/21/2005 10:33:28 PM · #16
you need volume for this!


pump up the volume!!

Message edited by author 2005-08-21 22:38:24.
08/21/2005 10:51:02 PM · #17
Bear. Sometimes it is a blessing that you can't hear. The original video is what certain elements of American youth call REALLY COOL. We Canadians prefer to refer to it as "immature crap".

J/k on the slur, I know plenty of young canadian guys who are morons too. ;)

The pump up the volume clip is pretty decent though. :(
08/21/2005 10:55:09 PM · #18
Pump it up!

Message edited by author 2005-08-21 22:57:32.
08/21/2005 11:02:34 PM · #19
Originally posted by bear_music:

I guess you need to HEAR the video? I can't SEE anything remarkable. Sigh. We deaf people are at a disadvantage...

R.

I thought Karma was supposed to explain / interpret things for you? Geez, ya call her an assistance dog?

jejejeje™

ps: Alienyst was right - you didn't miss much.
08/21/2005 11:02:59 PM · #20
Dance Baby Dance
08/22/2005 09:39:03 PM · #21
here is some more "immature crap" for you from a "moron"

catch
08/22/2005 11:02:52 PM · #22
yo people are so mean... thank god it's funny!
08/22/2005 11:07:27 PM · #23
that's funny... made me almost 'poop' in my pants... then again scoring the Nude challenge, where are my pants? LOL!
08/22/2005 11:16:18 PM · #24
too much info! haha
08/22/2005 11:17:36 PM · #25
WHOA!!! just looked at this......

another thread



Message edited by author 2005-08-22 23:32:40.
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