A friend and I pulled a similar stunt on a co-worker some time back.
I had a mischevious roommate in college. Fortunately, I was the object of his machinations only once.
It didn't take long to track down my furniture >from the ten places on campus where he had di...
This sounds suspiciously like one of David Brenner's "Best Practical Jokes In The World".
He claimed to do this and put the slip back, three or four slips down....
Back in my graduate days, I used to bring my lunch to school which consisted of a sandwich and usually a hard boiled egg.
I kept a small jar of salt in my desk for the eggs. One day I dipped my eg...
You take the top off the standard sugar dispenser found at restaraunts around the country.
You place a single layer of paper napkin over the opening in the glass part, then put salt on top of that....
Something I have done before is wire someones bed to give them a nice shock.
It was done as follows: strip some stranded wire and use the wire to form a grid under the top sheet....
When I was at Burroughs Corp., a couple of co-workers got into a get-even contest with each others' toolboxes, including such niceties a
--Filling toolbox with punched-card chad. --Same as ab...
Here is a simple, but fun, practical joke you can try.
You need a phone with a handset so that you can unscrew the mouth piece and remove the pickup....
In the good ol' days of punched cards, every keypunch machine had a container into which the square "chips" fell.
A favorite practical joke at a certain famous Eastern Technological Institute, para...
Other types of phone fun...