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11/27/2006 02:25:01 PM · #76
Originally posted by MrEd:

Originally posted by Mick:

Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

As a bartender, I could be quite cruel to the less agreeable customers. I will tell you that a few drops of Visine in one's drink will reak havoc upon the digestive system quickly :-) It's a quick way to get a mean drunk out of your hair. And that "Uh oh" look they get on thier face before running to the bathroom is priceless. But, hey, I never did that to anyone who wasn't deserving of it.

You're bragging about poisoning someone's drink!

Why do I not find that surprising?

Well.....the title of this topic is 'Your favorite mean thing to do', not the funniest joke you played on someone.

Yeah, but it wasn't 'Your favorite sick thing to do' or 'Your favorite criminal assault' either. A mean practical joke is one thing; endangering someone else's life for the fun of it is something else entirely.

11/27/2006 02:28:46 PM · #77
Originally posted by giega:

In high school we pulled a prank on one teacher that we disliked. Mostly for the subject he tought. When we came to his classroom he wasn't there. SO we piled all the chairs and desks in the middle of the classroom all the way to the ceiling. What a mess! So everyone went outside of the classroom and waited for the teacher to comeback. When he came back and opened the door his jaw just dropped to the floor. He was furious! He yelled at us and went to get our homeroom teacher. Meanwhile, we went back in and straightened everything. All desks and chairs neat and tidy. And once again waited in the hallway for teachers to show up. The look on his face was priceless when he opened the door!


You must have graduated with me......only it was 'in the library with Ms. Torpedo t*#s (or as the boys called her)'

I don't know if this is mean....but sure was funny the first hundred times it happened....When we get into a elevator with other people in front of us...my boyfriend will loudly exclaim...."Boy your hands are COLD"....Some people laugh, some don't flinch...but the best was some lady with a young son informed him not to look at the perverts!!!!
11/27/2006 03:02:41 PM · #78
Originally posted by Mick:


Yeah, but it wasn't 'Your favorite sick thing to do' or 'Your favorite criminal assault' either. A mean practical joke is one thing; endangering someone else's life for the fun of it is something else entirely.


I assure you I would never intentionally endanger someone's life.
11/27/2006 03:16:12 PM · #79
One time my friend and I pulled alongside another car and honked the horn. I was in the passenger seat and when the guy looked over I was frantically pointing to his rear tire and said "Your wheel... it's turning!!!" There's of course nothing wrong with his wheel, it's supposed to be turning. He didn't get it, so I frantically said it again and my fried who was driving leaned over and chimed in too making it seem very urgent. So the guy pulls over and gets out and looks at his wheel, kicks the tire a couple times, and we took off laughing.
11/27/2006 03:16:48 PM · #80
Well, I have something a bit milder...

One mean thing I used to enjoy is when I used to go to the gym with one of my friends. He used to like running on the tredmill, I did not :).. SO, I used to stand beside the control panel of the tredmill and talk to him and move his attention away from the controls.. And then! when he starts to run really fast I would hit the SAFETY STOP button AND boy he really used to look so funny :)
11/27/2006 03:23:15 PM · #81
My girlfriend enjoys hitting all the buttons on the elevator before she exits. At least she did until I made her stay on the elevator for EVERY floor she pressed the button for. (15 floors or so..)
11/27/2006 03:33:24 PM · #82
When on a crowded elevator with your friend, if you're getting off before him, just as the doors are closing, leave him with something like this, "Good luck beating those rape charges!" or something equally reprehensible.
11/27/2006 03:40:35 PM · #83
Originally posted by Spazmo99:

When on a crowded elevator with your friend, if you're getting off before him, just as the doors are closing, leave him with something like this


I usually try to leave him with something else, so everybody else thinks he did it! :-)
11/27/2006 08:08:57 PM · #84
Originally posted by Fromac:



There's a careful, precise mechanism at work in comedy. Most people laugh at the obvious physical displays, without appreciating the timing, precision and intuitive understanding of psychology that must be present for the form to work.


And the differance to an immature, sophmoric, horse play to get a laugh, and to bond, and have fun in many instances is what again?
11/27/2006 08:14:14 PM · #85
Originally posted by BeeCee:

I took one of those plastic squeeze dispensers for ketchup, dyed some string the right colour and put it in the bottle with a knot in the top to keep the end from slipping in and one in the other end to keep that in the dispenser.
At picnics I would "accidently" squeeze it in someone's direction, causing the string to shoot out onto them, looking JUST like ketchup. It NEVER failed to cause a wonderful reaction. The best part was after they'd leapt back, then looked down and found nothing there. The puzzlement was priceless.


I did this at the pizza place that I work at only I just used white string in a squirt bottle that we used for condiments. I did this for a couple of weeks till everyone there got used to it and then I took the string out and filled it with water!
11/27/2006 08:18:17 PM · #86
Originally posted by TooCool:

Originally posted by BeeCee:

I took one of those plastic squeeze dispensers for ketchup, dyed some string the right colour and put it in the bottle with a knot in the top to keep the end from slipping in and one in the other end to keep that in the dispenser.
At picnics I would "accidently" squeeze it in someone's direction, causing the string to shoot out onto them, looking JUST like ketchup. It NEVER failed to cause a wonderful reaction. The best part was after they'd leapt back, then looked down and found nothing there. The puzzlement was priceless.


I did this at the pizza place that I work at only I just used white string in a squirt bottle that we used for condiments. I did this for a couple of weeks till everyone there got used to it and then I took the string out and filled it with water!


I bet the "training" really cut down on thier reaction time to the water, huh? :-)

Speaking of which, I kept a super soaker squirt gun behind the bar when I was bartending at the college bars.

And, if the guys started getting out of line, I would squirt them in the crotch area. Nothing ruins a college boy's night like the appearance that he wet himself. :-)

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11/27/2006 08:28:54 PM · #87
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

Originally posted by TooCool:

Originally posted by BeeCee:

I took one of those plastic squeeze dispensers for ketchup, dyed some string the right colour and put it in the bottle with a knot in the top to keep the end from slipping in and one in the other end to keep that in the dispenser.
At picnics I would "accidently" squeeze it in someone's direction, causing the string to shoot out onto them, looking JUST like ketchup. It NEVER failed to cause a wonderful reaction. The best part was after they'd leapt back, then looked down and found nothing there. The puzzlement was priceless.


I did this at the pizza place that I work at only I just used white string in a squirt bottle that we used for condiments. I did this for a couple of weeks till everyone there got used to it and then I took the string out and filled it with water!


I bet the "training" really cut down on thier reaction time to the water, huh? :-)


Yup! They became immune to the string trick and would take the water square in the face!
11/27/2006 08:33:10 PM · #88
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

...Nothing ruins a college boy's night like the appearance that he wet himself. :-)


Unless you decided to poison them instead, you mean? :)
11/27/2006 08:38:11 PM · #89
Originally posted by L2:

Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

...Nothing ruins a college boy's night like the appearance that he wet himself. :-)


Unless you decided to poison them instead, you mean? :)


Nah, that was the old mean drunks...

College boys were much easier to control and really the only time they got tough to handle as a group is if there was a shortage of girls.

Seriously, I'd take rough head counts to decide the male-female ratio to see how many bouncers I needed on shift.
11/27/2006 11:19:16 PM · #90
Fotomann this thread is awesome! You're the best!
11/27/2006 11:28:35 PM · #91
Originally posted by brizmama:

Fotomann this thread is awesome! You're the best!


*blush* well thank you Mama Llama. :-)
11/27/2006 11:37:51 PM · #92
Well, I just don't want to do anything mean, as I don't do mean things to anyone, as I love everyone.

I do occasionally play jokes on someone, but only for a laugh, but never ever mean to anyone.....

I must admit, I do love this thread, and had quite a few laughs, so thanks must go to the one and only..... ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' fotomann_forever
07/14/2008 07:27:58 PM · #93
Okay this is like a once a few year thing so you have to be prepared and ready to pull it off when the timing is right.

At a stop light look over at the person next to you. Are they reading? Texting? not looking at the road? if so now is your chance!

Put your car in reverse and let your car start drifting backwards. They will see this out of the corner of their eye but the human brain first interperates this movement as their own forward motion. So they will drop whatever they are doing and slam on their brakes (which they already have their feet on.) It's priceless!
07/14/2008 07:39:00 PM · #94
Originally posted by Patrick_R:

Okay this is like a once a few year thing so you have to be prepared and ready to pull it off when the timing is right.

At a stop light look over at the person next to you. Are they reading? Texting? not looking at the road? if so now is your chance!

Put your car in reverse and let your car start drifting backwards. They will see this out of the corner of their eye but the human brain first interperates this movement as their own forward motion. So they will drop whatever they are doing and slam on their brakes (which they already have their feet on.) It's priceless!


LMAO I need to try that.
07/14/2008 07:48:57 PM · #95
Originally posted by Patrick_R:

Okay this is like a once a few year thing so you have to be prepared and ready to pull it off when the timing is right.

At a stop light look over at the person next to you. Are they reading? Texting? not looking at the road? if so now is your chance!

Put your car in reverse and let your car start drifting backwards. They will see this out of the corner of their eye but the human brain first interperates this movement as their own forward motion. So they will drop whatever they are doing and slam on their brakes (which they already have their feet on.) It's priceless!


You forgot about making sure no one is behind you before you start to roll back.
07/14/2008 08:27:48 PM · #96
I don't really do too many mean things to people (even though I'm really tempted a lot of the times). However, I do like to mess with people...

[phone rings]
[Me] Hello.
[Caller] Is Christy there?
[Me] Yes.
[pause]
[still paused]
[Me] Did you want to talk with her?
[Caller] Yes.
[Me] Oh, you didn't say that. Hold on.

or if I'm out somewhere someone will ask me if I know the time. I'll say, "yes" and keep walking.
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