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Sparrowhawk
06-02-04, 11:40 AM
I wonder how many of you jarheads ever did anything like this?

Time to fess Up!

thedrifter
06-02-04, 12:36 PM
Cook, I didn't do them things.....I was an angel.....;)

Except if you count moving a VW....on the pavement.....:D


Ellie

airframesguru
06-02-04, 12:41 PM
Can I get on of those back? I forgot to leave one for my AM BM.

Sorry!

TracGunny
06-02-04, 01:03 PM
Fortunately, juvenile records are sealed so I can safely say I NEVER participated in such antics... (heh heh heh...)

DSchmitke
06-02-04, 01:20 PM
Never did the tp routine. But let the air out of a few tires.

Super Dave
06-02-04, 01:28 PM
I pleade the 5th..... All you will get will be Name, Rank, and Serial Number...

HardJedi
06-02-04, 01:32 PM
LOL, no, but aI did take about 300 plastic forks and stick em in my HS principals front yard, standing up :D

cjwright90
06-02-04, 02:05 PM
I quess you wanted him to fork off, eh, Jedi?

airframesguru
06-02-04, 02:21 PM
how bout the good ole sh*% in a bag on fire?

HardJedi
06-02-04, 03:39 PM
yeah Cj, stupid me, I went back a week later to do it again and got caught LOL

Sgted
06-02-04, 03:49 PM
Originally posted by airframesguru
how bout the good ole sh*% in a bag on fire?

MEEE !!!! MEEE !!!!!
I did that.

I also used to fill squirt guns with ink.
I really did get in trouble for that.

We used to take rubber suction cups.
Drive a screw though the center, screw tip inside the suction part.
Attach a string with knots every 1/2 inch.
Sneak up to someones window.
Lick the suction cup.
Attach it to the window.
Pull the string tight, run your thumbnail over the knots.
The screw tip would hit the glass causing a machine gun like noise that used to scare hell out of whoever was in the house.

Mischief night was a major holiday for me.

cjwright90
06-02-04, 04:11 PM
Holy well thought out pranks!

yellowwing
06-02-04, 04:32 PM
That is just too complicated for me, Sgted. In my youthful exuberence we loaded up in the back of a truck driven by our dairy farmer buddy. The initial volley was about $20 bucks worth of bottle rockets followed by a giant roll of generic fire crackers.

On one raid I lit the roll of 100+ firecrackers just when the driver accelerated out of the zone. My buddy that was tasked to delivery the weapon was jolted to the truckbed in mid- toss. He still managed to grab our weapon of mass annoyance and fling it into the target area. Unfortunately he lost his balance and was ejected out of truck!

He sustained minor scrapes and bruises, but the effect was beautiful! It sounded like a whole battalion opening up on full auto.
:banana:

Sgted
06-02-04, 05:34 PM
Yellowwing.
We bored easily.
Could not get our hands on firecrackers or the like.
Eventually, as we got older we would ride around trying to catch kids doing mischief. When we caught them we would act like we were Sheriff's deputies or something and scare them back home.

One other thing we used to do.
We'd find a fairly brisk sidewalk.
When there was a lull in pedestrian traffic we would string sewing thread back & forth the sidewalk.
We'd hide waiting for the first pedestrian.
Of course, it was like walking into a very strong spider web.
People would stop....try to remove the "web". Some would eventually run like h*ll to get away.
This prank would only work at night in a dark area.

cjwright90
06-02-04, 05:56 PM
Oh, would that make a funny home video!

Clem
06-02-04, 07:25 PM
My so called "friends" duct taped me to a door and did the flaming poo in a bag trick, rang the bell and ran! Sounds like something youd do Sgted

Sgted
06-02-04, 09:22 PM
That was then Marines.
This is now.

Now........walking outside with my shoe laces untied is pushing the envelope.

We had good, clean fun (except for the ink in the squirt gun thing). Hey !!!!!.....we soaped windows, thats clean.
The ink thing got me in alot of trouble because, as a teenager, I had no idea that ink did not wash out. A few parents were mighty mad about ruined clothes.

mrbsox
06-02-04, 10:17 PM
Cheap Dollar store umbrella $2.00
Bottle of baby powder $0.50

Leaning a powder filled umbrella against a bus stop on a rainy day...

:banana: LOL :banana:

Phantom Blooper
06-02-04, 10:32 PM
PRICELESS !! :banana:

Sgted
06-02-04, 10:32 PM
Originally posted by mrbsox
Cheap Dollar store umbrella $2.00
Bottle of baby powder $0.50

Leaning a powder filled umbrella against a bus stop on a rainy day...

:banana: LOL :banana:

Why didn't I think of that ????.
Thats a good one.
Did you ever witness a victim in a cloud of powder ???.
LOL.

greybeard
06-02-04, 10:34 PM
I shouldn't have, but I did this a few times, (ok, a LOT of times)from an idea I got when I bought an old house. We were cleaning it up, to move in and I found out the toilet was plugged up. There was an old plunger in a closet and I tried to use it on the clogged toilet. That thing was so dryrotted, the 1st time I pushed on it, nasty sheet water squirted right up on me from a hole in the rubber part. :emark: :emark: Heh heh- I had this plan..............

We used to go to parties and such at friends, and not so friend's homes. I always made it a point to have to go pizz when I was visiting someone, right before I was going to leave. You guessed it. I always had a pocket knife, and you all know EVERYONE has a plunger somewhere in their bathroom, usually behind the toilet. I'd just open my knife, lean down, and poke a couple of holes in the rubber plunger. :)
Then, I'd drop a heck of a lot of toilet paper in the toilet and not flush it. The 1st push they give it will just press out air. The next push, is gonna soak em. Yeah, it was rotten, but it's a sick world and I'm a happy puppy.

Sgted
06-02-04, 10:41 PM
Originally posted by greybeard
Yeah, it was rotten, but it's a sick world and I'm a happy puppy.

True, sick prank right from the heart.
You are an artist.
A sick but happy puppy.

Again, why didn't I think of that ??.

HardJedi
06-02-04, 11:00 PM
good lord, like I didn't get enough trouble, now I am gonna HAVE TO do that plunger thing! :D :banana:

yellowwing
06-02-04, 11:01 PM
One of our LCpl buddies was a plumber's son. For some reason he particularly disliked a certain SNCO. Once when the Staff Sergeant had the barracks watch, he put his plumbing knowledge to work. He allegedly snuck onto the roof and plugged the plumbing air/water pressure equalizer thingie.

The effect was that the duty hut overflowed with water as soon as they flushed!

mrbsox
06-03-04, 01:15 PM
I cannot tell a lie..

I have personally NEVER witnessed the 'White Suprise'.

Heard about it a few years back, AFTER I had (almost) out grown that kind of stuff. But the image of it is just so...

PRICELESS :banana: LOL :banana:

Terry

Superbee
06-03-04, 02:32 PM
My all time favorite was putting gold glitter in the AC vents of a buddy's car. You have to put the AC on high so that when the car is started the glitter is dibursed throughout the car and onto the potential victim.

Sparrowhawk
06-03-04, 08:43 PM
Originally posted by Superbee
My all time favorite was putting gold glitter in the AC vents of a buddy's car. You have to put the AC on high so that when the car is started the glitter is dibursed throughout the car and onto the potential victim.

Try this one, fire Extinguisher sprayed under a car that has its air conditioner on.

Talk about everything in the car turning white...LOL

cjwright90
06-04-04, 11:52 AM
Oh, the humanity of it all! If I was a BAD kid...