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  1. #121
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    Originally posted by marysmerrycats
    .......ever make any prank phone calls?( I KNOW there has to be some stories out there?..)
    just curious..
    LOL LOL Good stories everyone!

    I swear, prank phone calls were a majorly fun thing for my sister and I I guess it was for the adrenaline rush! LOL Couldn't get away with it anymore these days, with caller ID and all.
    A lot of times, we would just randomly dial a number and give some sort of dumb survey, like what do you like better, Coke or Pepsi?
    Or, we would make up some really wierd prize and call people to tell they they won!
    Another thing we would do is dial a number and sing a song. I remember one time an older (sounding) lady answered the phone and we sang "you are my sunshine..." and she kept saying "Thank you! Well...Thank you!" hehehehe

    We did get a couple of people tell us that they would call the police, and of course we would be freaked out and afraid that the police were going to come and get us in the middle of the night for calling somebody and telling them they just won a lifetime supply of pantyhose! LOL LOL

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    After my family moved from Los Angeles to Washington I no longer had a Nanny.... My parents were pre-occupied with their own lives so I caused a lot of trouble....I was responsible for "Forking" peoples lawns(Much cleaner than Toilet Paper)....Eggs in the hallways at the school.....Limburger cheese in a certain teacher's heater.....firecrakers in a bathroom....Fire Dept. call to the Chemistry Lab....Fire Dept. call to the Home Ec. Dept. (Do NOT lock the self-cleaning oven when baking chocolate chip cookies)Fire Dept. call to student parking lot C.W>'s truck was mysteriously a flame(NO ONE HURT).....Used to go to K-Mart and when there was a BlueLight special my friends and I would race to it and load up our carts like we were going to buy it all....cart filled, no more special....then we'd ditch the carts down an aisle. Used to fill unattended grocery baskets with very "odd" items......I was TERRIBLE! I was a VERY UN-SUPERVISED child as my parents weren't around much. Yes, I was T-R-O-U-B-L-E.....

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    Originally posted by LoudLou
    ....I was responsible for "Forking" peoples lawns(Much cleaner than Toilet Paper)....


    never heard of THAT one.......

    i do remember the police escort you got to the county line the day you left


    you call up a store and get the booze department, ask if they have prince albert in a can (rolling tobacco)....if they say yes you
    answer, 'better let him out before he suffocates'.....click!
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    Originally posted by LoudLou
    I was responsible for "Forking" peoples lawns(Much cleaner than Toilet Paper)....
    Is that what it sounds like?? Actually putting forks in the lawn?? I thought I'd seen or done it all. Guess not.

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    "Forking the Lawn"....Plastic forks ALL OVER someone's lawn....Spelling innapropiate things with them on the lawn is optional.
    I grew up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest named Forks. Seemed fitting and since they measure the rainfall there in "Feet" instead of inches Toilet Paper was a mess to clean up. Hey at least I was thoughtful Vandal... I helped to aerate the lawn!


    Amazinly, RICHARD the Forks PD loved me, so no Police Escort. Must have been someoneelse's "Evil Heathen"....would have been fun. I always wanted play with the siren.

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    Originally posted by LoudLou
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    Amazinly, RICHARD the Forks PD loved me, so no Police Escort. Must have been someoneelse's "Evil Heathen"....would have been fun. I always wanted play with the siren. [/B]

    actually was trying to keep the look of guilt from my face.....
    and for the record......they keep you in the back seat with a nice pair of bracelets on your hands....NOT that i would know

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    Originally posted by LoudLou
    "Forking the Lawn"....Plastic forks ALL OVER someone's lawn....Spelling innapropiate things with them on the lawn is optional.
    I grew up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest named Forks. Seemed fitting and since they measure the rainfall there in "Feet" instead of inches Toilet Paper was a mess to clean up. Hey at least I was thoughtful Vandal... I helped to aerate the lawn!


    Amazinly, RICHARD the Forks PD loved me, so no Police Escort. Must have been someoneelse's "Evil Heathen"....would have been fun. I always wanted play with the siren.
    OMG! OMG!! This is just too too funny! I thought I was the only kid to have ever gone "forking"!! I'll tell people about it, and they just don't seem to understand how funny it is. I guess it's one of those things where you have to be there. LOL

    My friends and I forked the football field when I was in high school. It really made the track people mad, because they would show up early in the morning, and there they'd be....all the forks with their prongs sticking up, spelling out words all over the field! LOL LOL
    How funny, a town called Forks! That IS fitting! LOL LOL Being from a small town myself, I had to find something to do on a Friday night!! LOL

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    That is just too funny!!!

    We used to T.P. peoples houses and bushes....it was a lot of fun. We even once T.P'd our own house to see what my mom would do...we got to clean it up of course! Guess we learned that lesson! Gosh, we were wierd kids!
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    HA!! my mom has told me stories of her forking peoples houses!!


    I have never rolled anyones house.... BUT... when me and my friend were little we lived in the same apartments.. and we went knocking from door to door telling people that we just moved in and our toilet paper wasn't brought over yet and asked if we could have a roll from them.. we ended up with two garbage bags full of toilet paper..
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    Sara luvs her Tinky, That's a funny one

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    For all of us that are tired of people asking "when are you going to have children?"
    The last time someone asked me that I said "My husband and I are too ugly, we're not allowed to have children
    LOL that is hilarious, I'd love to see the look on someones face when told that!
    as a kid, a favorite thing to do was go knocking on doors or ring the bell, and then run! of course this had to be done late at night!
    I remember one time we (my friend and me) really did not like a certain girl so we picked her house, and we did that about 3 times, about 20 minutes apart. her dad was so mad the last time he walked outside and said, whoever you are you better hope I don't catch you! and we would ride our bikes around, and anyone who had the mailbox flag up, we would put it down and put other ones up that were down! oh what brats, I bet we really irritated the mailman
    I never egged anyones house but did toilet paper one house.
    I also remember that there was this one store, and they had a window, if you put money in the candy machines, those 1 cent , 5 cent, 25 cent etc. and nothing came out, you could go to the window and they would give you your money back....well we would do that without having PUT the money in! we said we had!
    another time at church this lady in front of us had a big hat on, and my friend got some paper and crumbled up several little pieces, about half the size of a pea, then she sprinkled them all over the ladys hat! I didn't do it but I watched
    also we would call people, random from the phone book, it had to be a couple listed, and the ones where the woman answered, we would try to sound sexy and ask for the guy by name. who are we? well this is ---and he was suposed to be here by now, or we'd say something like that!
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    My girl friend Janie and I did the prank phone calls too. We lived in a small town, so didn't want to call anyone we might know, so we saw a cardboard box with numbers on it and put the towns prefix with it and called. Later when we wanted to call again we had to dig the box out of the trash, to get the number again. Days later. It was an old lady. She thought she knew us. We felt so bad, we had to call later and tell her. Then she didn't belive us and thought we were still her friends pulling a trick on her. My friend Janie did befriend her and stayed friends with this woman untill her death many many years later.

    Wonder what makes us do these things

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    some punks egged my car while I was driving it. I had to repaint the entire front fender and driver's door. I think that people who are malicious are disgusting about it. I love my car and I had just had it painted, and a couple of pr**ks threw an egg at me. I was SO scared I started to cry.. it was dark and I was afriad I had hit something, because I heard this huge thud. Then I saw a guy in a truck racing by, so I figured he had thrown like a McDonald's cup or something. When I got home, I checked the car, but like I said, it was dark and it was POURING rain... and I couldn't see anything. The next morning when I went out to leave for school I had a crescent shaped chip in the paint with spatters of the corosion all down the driver's side of my car. I just started to bawl.. it was so upsetting.

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    that was an awful thing he did to your car, and it is waaaaay beyond any kid prank! it was just cruel, you didn't deserve that! my neice was driving back to Phoenix from here, at night and some jerk on an overpass threw a rock, it cracked the windshield and scared her and her little girl! it was really a pathetic thing to do!

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    Thanks Mary.

    I don't know why some pranks are taken so far. It's one thing to not hurt or endanger anyone and have a little fun. It's another to destruct property.

    OH I remembered a prank. My friends and I always liked to holler from my friend Missy's apartment (yes, the same one with the police party, but we were only loud during the day). One day, we called these three guys (probly around 14) and we were like, "Hey wait there.. we are coming down to talk" and we went outside. We had them convinced we were in college and we thought they looked way more mature than they were and stuff. They thought they were SO hot after that!! We were only 16, 17 though ourselves.

    Then, another thing me and my friend Lisa did. Missy had her bed set up near the window, so I put my feet under the bed for stability and leaned backward out the window, while Lisa put her hands around my neck. I would scream, "NO PLEASE DON'T DO IT" and she was all "I HATE YOU YOU ARE GONNA DIE" then we would wait until someone stopped on the street like, 'gee, should we do something' and then we would stop and wave and smile at them. Mostly people laughed. Some rolled their eyes. It was pretty funny though. I don't know we could get away with something like that now though.. people would think it was real.

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