Thursday, April 02, 2009

April Fools!


Leaving home yesterday I happened past this poor car. I hope the owner didn't have to get somewhere with any sort of timeliness!

What is your all-time favorite prank - either played on you or by you?

6 Comments:

Blogger jph said...

Let me guess, the car keys were inside...

Thu Apr 02, 09:29:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Alexandra said...

oohhh...I didn't check that! Now that's a little bit cruel... :P

Thu Apr 02, 10:09:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Felicia said...

Sooo funny...unless it is your car! April 1st, July 4th, and New Years Eve have been kind of dud holidays for me, but maybe I'll use this idea some day.

Thu Apr 02, 02:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Jacob said...

Some pranks are funny. Although I think fewer pranks are funny as I get older...hmmm...

Of course, I've never done anything like that. Well, except for the time I put a stink bomb in my future mother-in-law's bosses car...

Thu Apr 02, 04:28:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Maggie said...

Hi Felicia...........
Oh, what a mess that car is. I hope all the paint washed off. I sure laughed to see it.

Thanks too for the note. Not a young lady, an old one. A cranky old one driving an old pickup named Grumpy. Almost seventy now. Swimming only because the orthopedic doc said too.....that's how life is right now.

Life is not a bit boring. :)

Thu Apr 02, 07:41:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Kim said...

Did you know that if you unscrew Oreo cookies and stick them icing side down all over a car they will not only stick, but will ruin the paint finish? That was done to friend's wedding get-away car. . .thank goodness it was a rental and the company didn't seem to notice or care about it.

The funniest prank I've seen was at another wedding where I was a bridesmaid. The groom had a 4 year old nephew whose parents thought it would be fun to have the boy curl up into a ball and lie down on the floor of the back seat of the car. They then had all of us attendants help them crumple up a pile of news papers so it lightly covered the boy, the back and front seats. On top of that they had us proceed to fill the remaining space to the roof with blown up balloons. When the couple got to the car they were being pelted by rice and only bothered to clear out the balloons and paper from the front seat, then jumped in and drove quickly away. Little did they know a little boy was hidden behind them who had been instructed to count to as high as he could and then pop up and yell surprise. Apparently he could count very high, because the couple did not appear back at the reception with the child for about 30 minutes. :-)
-Kim

Thu Apr 02, 10:58:00 PM PDT  

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