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Re: OT What pranks did you pull when younger?

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When I was 6 years old we had a blizzard. The day after the blizzard I went out to play. Snow was a good 3 feet deep on the driveway next to the house. It was wind packed and I could walk on top without my feet sinking in the snow. I knew my 4 year old sis was taking a nap but would want to come out and play when she woke up. I started digging. Had to go in and warm up a few times. Made sure to tell Mom to not let my lil sis out until I said the surprise was ready. Mom asked what the surprise was. Can't tell. Might spoil the surprise. Wasn't easy but I got the hole dug as deep as I could. Went in and asked my older sis for a sheet. She asked why? Told her it was cold out. She wanted to get me a blanket. Nope, just need a sheet. They were white ya know. Lil sis was up and Mom was putting a snow suit on her. Told Mom my surprise was almost ready. Ran out, covered the hole. Spread snow over it. Ran to back door and called my lil sis to come out and play. Went running around front and opened the door a crack. As soon as I heard my sis go out the back door I yelled for her to come around front. Then I went inside and ran to the side window. Mom and my older sis said my little sis had just gone out to play. About that time my lil sis came running down the drive all bundled up in a red snowsuit and fell in the snow covered hole. I thought it was hilarious. Mom? No, she didn't find any humor in it. Lil sis was ok.

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