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Old 03-04-2011, 05:37 PM   #1
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Practical Jokes

I read a few posts in another thread about people "joking" around with your Jeeps. A friend of mine always thinks its funny when he unhooks my hood latches and leans the hood on the windshield.

I come out from class last night and there are two security guards checking out my Jeep, long story short - I got grilled for 15 minutes about why the hood was up, friend got a little talking to, etc.

Anyone else have some funny stories along those lines? Im thinking about maybe putting a whistle in his muffler.

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Old 03-04-2011, 05:42 PM   #2
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putting a whistle in his muffler.
Classic! I'm gonna use that one on everybody at work.

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Old 03-04-2011, 05:42 PM   #3
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A good zip tie around the driveshaft makes for a good time. Just make sure it's long enough to make some racket when they start going.
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a little grease on the back sides of the door handles!
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I work with a bunch of plumbers and one guy has repeatedly put the sticky wax ring for a toilet on the door handles. Then when the service tech goes to open his door, he gets nasty stuff under his nails. It is funny the first time, when it happens alot it gets old though.

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Old 03-04-2011, 05:49 PM   #6
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a little grease on the back sides of the door handles!
Haha, beat me to it. Just a little different gag.

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Old 03-04-2011, 06:13 PM   #7
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Old 03-04-2011, 06:30 PM   #8
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^^^thats a good one. Vasoline works good too.
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Old 03-04-2011, 06:43 PM   #9
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No ones gotten me in my Jeep yet but I had an (x) friend who thought that it would be funny to throw a few random bolts under my BMW while it was sitting in my drive. I spent 2 hours underneath the car and another hour under the hood trying to figure out where they came from. I even took it to my mechanic, had him put it up on the lift and go over every bolt in it. I kept them in the car for a month until one day the culprit noticed them in my glovebox and confessed between fits of laughter.
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Old 03-04-2011, 06:45 PM   #10
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No ones gotten me in my Jeep yet but I had an (x) friend who thought that it would be funny to throw a few random bolts under my BMW while it was sitting in my drive. I spent 2 hours underneath the car and another hour under the hood trying to figure out where they came from. I even took it to my mechanic, had him put it up on the lift and go over every bolt in it. I kept them in the car for a month until one day the culprit noticed them in my glovebox and confessed between fits of laughter.


I noticed you said ex friend. Smart Lady.
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I used to put bubble wrap under my buddies rear tires until I got some deserved pay back. Let's just say if you have a hand throttle, make sure it is off before you start the engine and choose your friends wisely.
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Old 03-04-2011, 07:07 PM   #12
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Back in my single bar hopping days my friend and I were at our favorite night spot, come time to leave we got to her Tercel, opened the doors and a zillion little plastic balls just a bit bigger than ping pong balls rolled out everywhere... It was chocked full. We were, um, perhaps slightly inebriated, as you might understand, and laughed like idiots while we were scooping enough out to get in and drive home.... Found out later her brother and some buddies did it... We found balls rolling around in that thing for months after. It was a pretty good joke.
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Old 03-04-2011, 07:12 PM   #13
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I was at a friends wedding and got to watch his brand new brother inlaw rig up his horn to his brake lights....Everytime he hit the brake his horn would blow.
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Old 03-04-2011, 07:18 PM   #14
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I was at a friends wedding and got to watch his brand new brother inlaw rig up his horn to his brake lights....Everytime he hit the brake his horn would blow.
LOL! That's awesome!
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:44 PM   #16
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When I was little I used to go shopping with my Mom and hide in the center of the clothing racks and jump out and scare the ladies! I'd love to do that now but I would be arrested, LOL!
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:54 PM   #17
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writing bad things in the dirt of my past car back in high school was popular for them

it was my moms pontiac Vibe so they always wrote rator after vibe

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Old 03-05-2011, 12:10 AM   #18
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The worst scare ever... A long time ago...My Mom watched a scary movie, she went to the bathroom and I hid under her bed. When she came out and went to step in bed I grabbed her leg from underneath the bed. You have never heard such a ruckus in your life. That was a bad idea but I was only 12. After all the screams and yelling my laughter turned to tears as well. I was balling my head off, my Mom kept complaining that her chest hurt while crying, my Dad came running up the stairs "what in the hell is going on". Haha, To this day my Mom doesn't like to talk about what I did! I'll never do that again to anyone! BTW it didn't kill her but I bet she checks under the bed every night! Haha!
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Old 03-05-2011, 12:29 AM   #19
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A good zip tie around the driveshaft makes for a good time. Just make sure it's long enough to make some racket when they start going.
Amazing! Mind if I use it? haha
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Old 03-05-2011, 12:33 AM   #20
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If you work in an office (with a residential style public toilet), take the top off. disconnect the tube that fills the tank back up with water and wedge it between the top of the toilet and the lid, aimed towards the unsuspecting victim. When they get up and flush they will get soaked.
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If you work in an office (with a residential style public toilet), take the top off. disconnect the tube that fills the tank back up with water and wedge it between the top of the toilet and the lid, aimed towards the unsuspecting victim. When they get up and flush they will get soaked.
That remindes me of a co-worker that claims to have "upper decked" a toilet. He said that he took a poo in the tank of the toilet, so that when someone used it and flushed, there was a floater now in the toilet bowl.

I work with some F'ed up people.

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That remindes me of a co-worker that claims to have "upper decked" a toilet. He said that he took a poo in the tank of the toilet, so that when someone used it and flushed, there was a floater now in the toilet bowl.

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A buddy did that in a hotel in England, he left it for me to get but it ended up being house keeping that for the brunt of it. Needless to say we were asked to leave and never come back.

No wonder Americans have such a bad rep in Europe
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Back in my single bar hopping days my friend and I were at our favorite night spot, come time to leave we got to her Tercel, opened the doors and a zillion little plastic balls just a bit bigger than ping pong balls rolled out everywhere... It was chocked full. We were, um, perhaps slightly inebriated, as you might understand, and laughed like idiots while we were scooping enough out to get in and drive home.... Found out later her brother and some buddies did it... We found balls rolling around in that thing for months after. It was a pretty good joke.
I had some friends in highschool that pulled the same prank on a teacher, but with popcorn.
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Way back when, I used to drink. My friends and I was all fairly large, so moving large objects seldom posed a problem if there were enough of us present.

One of us was in construction and usually had some lumber in his truck, so we'd slip a few 2 X 4's under compact cars in bar parking lots and pick the cars up and hide them on the owners, all within the same parking lot. 4 of us could pick up most small cars, but it was easier if there were 6 of us. Once we lined up all the compacts we could grab on a sidewalk at a nice little angle and it looked almost like a car lot with these little cars for sale.

Only got caught once and the cop that saw us doing it thought it was the funniest practical joke he ever saw, but he did say that if we ever did it again in his town, we were not going to enjoy his jail. Over time I figure we moved 30 to 40 cars that way.
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Old 03-05-2011, 04:55 PM   #25
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Best one I ever did was taking a bunch of news papers and cutting them into confetti and putting them in my friends a/c vent and then waiting for him to turn it on.
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My mother in law used to come over while my wife and I were on vacation and drive my Jeep around without my permission. (Apparently she didn't think there was anything wrong with that.) A while back my gas gauge stopped working and is stuck on FULL, but I knew it was almost empty. I've been away on business for a week and sure enough my wife called me and said mommy dearest decided to take it for a spin again.

She didn't make it very far.
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My mother in law used to come over while my wife and I were on vacation and drive my Jeep around without my permission. (Apparently she didn't think there was anything wrong with that.) A while back my gas gauge stopped working and is stuck on FULL, but I knew it was almost empty. I've been away on business for a week and sure enough my wife called me and said mommy dearest decided to take it for a spin again.

She didn't make it very far.
That would be a shooting offense at my house!
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another good one although it cant be done on a jeep is the breaks hooked up to the truck release.
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:53 PM   #29
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I take my Jeep very seriously. NO one touches her.
Lol! unless you count all the hands and stuff in Wally Worlds parking lots.

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She knows it pisses me off, but as fate would have it, this problem took care of itself.

I like to think of it as Jeep-Justice.

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