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OT What pranks did you pull when younger?

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Posted by John B. on January 12, 2013 at 05:37:23 from (

My older brother and I were always playing pranks on our parents. We got a hold of an old TV set and I pulled the step up transformer out of it. We wired it to the recliner in the living room. I hid under some furniture in the next room with the power pack powered by one "D" flashlight battery. I started the shock treatment when I heard one of them sit in the chair. Dad usually always sat in the recliner when watching the news. Well this time mom did along with her cup of coffee. I heard dad say "What's the matter mom"? She spilled her hot coffee on her and I never saw dad so mad. I never saw the power pack-shocker again either which was in an old cigar box.
My older brother and I one day got an idea to put a dummy in dad's old outhouse along with a holloween mask on it. There were boards off the side of the outhouse and when dad went out to feed the chickens the next morning he could see shoes of some one sitting in his outhouse. He came running in and told mom, "There's somebody in my sh!t house... We all got a good laugh out of it when he had to unlock the door from the outside and said, "Alright You come on out" and when the door swung open there the dummy sat with a smile on it's face/mask. Dad never did live this one down.
Best one I heard from a friend of mine. He and his dad always played tricks on each other. Well one day his dad (who loved talcum powder) was going to a ball game. My friend emptied his dad's talcum powder bottle and refilled it with powdered sugar. I bet his dad looked like a glazed donut at the ball game that day...LOL!


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