What's the craziest mischief you have ever done in your childhood?

Philippines
December 11, 2010 7:46pm CST
Me? I really don't know which of the mischief's I've done is the craziest, but the biggest trouble I got into was stealing into our own farm with my cousins in the dead of the night(it wasn't my idea, but my family credited me for it I think because I'm the most mischievous in our age group, and it didn't really help me to reform) so what happened was that we almost got hurt because the caretaker saw us climbing the mango tree(it was harvest season for mangoes) he was bringing an "itak" it's a huge knife and was waving it and already threatening us that if we don't go down he'll go up after us...he was so dumbfounded afterwards when we revealed who we were but boy, I got into a lot of trouble with the aunts! My mother as always just talked to me and grounded me...it helped also that she didn't believe that I instigated the whole event...I think that was the last time I did something mischievous and got caught, I was careful not to get caught after that!!!
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@celticeagle (109435)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Dec 10
I used to spend most of my Summers at my grandmothers. Down the ditch bank was a huge gravel pit. My friends and I used to go down there and run on the rocks never realizing the danger. My grandmother would see that I was gone and come after me with a willow switch. I would turn around and go back too.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
Children can't see danger, we only saw the fun! But I'm sure that you gave your grandma a scare back then...
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@celticeagle (109435)
• Boise, Idaho
13 Dec 10
I know. I feel bad now. Back then it was all such a big adventure.
@karishna (86)
• Philippines
12 Dec 10
The craziest thing that I've done together with my dad when I was in second grade is during New Year. My dad and I love s to play fireworks, that time my mom told us not to play with it so we stopped playing and when it is already two in the morning, everyone fell asleep except for my dad and sister. My dad woke me up and we start playing with roman candles and a lot of fireworks. Then my last light for my roman candle blew up because the powder run all over my hand, my dad panicked and brought me to the nearest clinic. When we arrived at our house my mom is there waiting for us and told us "I said not to play but you still keep on insisting to play together with your daughter" hehe we were scolded by my mom and after that we my dad and I only looked at fireworks and not to play with it anymore hehehe.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
I used to play with fireworks too, but somehow got traumatized when I coincidentally killed my cat... I get that your father is very mischievous too
• Philippines
14 Dec 10
Yes he is. If we are together a lot of things happened but it is also memorable for the both of us. My dad and I are buddies and I'm a daddy's girl hehe ^_^. my dad and I also played with my pet rabbit but mommy said that we should not let the rabbit out because it might runaway hehe but we didn't listen to mommy. He grabbed the brown rabbit and i grabbed the white one. He said in the count of three we will let g of the rabbit and see who hops first to the finish line hehe when both of our rabbits finished the race they hopped until they get out and we lost them hehe... after that my dad and i went to the pet store and bought another rabbit so that mommy won't scold us hehe... MEMORIES!!
@saizo6 (2211)
• United States
12 Dec 10
The craziest thing I've ever done in my childhood was attempting to drive the family car when I was 8 years old. I ended up backing the car up and almost running over some kids on the street. I was scared out of my mind and I ended up running into my parent's walk in closet to hide. They eventually found me and I got into a lot of trouble. That one incident taught me a great lesson but even so I still got into quite a lot of trouble with all my running around.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
Thank God we didn't have a car or I might have thought of something insane as this...
@saizo6 (2211)
• United States
16 Dec 10
Haha...I don't think I'll ever forget that punishment I got.
• United States
12 Dec 10
I woulld always be in trouble if I could climb a mango tree. I love them so very much too. I remmeber getting a beating because we were playing house and we used the paint cans as the children. Then we were acting like my mother and beating the paint cans with belts. The paint opened up and ruined my moms brand new carpet. I don't need to tell you how bad that azz whooping was. LOL
• Philippines
12 Dec 10
I remember using my fathers's oils to paint the Gumamela's into a rainbow shade! I didn't get a beating though for my father was impressed! Children have so much ideas and a lot of silly courage to try out what their mind suggests they do...
• United States
12 Dec 10
That beating will be remembered forever.
@Masihi (4228)
• Canada
13 Dec 10
LOL oh dear, I loved to play pranks on people, and I still do! I remember we had a subsitute teacher in grade 2, and he was droning on about today's lesson, and so I let out a huge belch. He snapped to attention and asked who did that, and so the whole class said in unison my name. As he reprimanded me, I looked at him innocently, "did what?" hoping he'd say the word "burp" Unfortunately, he just said "making those noises" and continued on with his lesson. The next prank was a little more dangerous, if you will, we were in church, and I was bored as usual, so I put a hymnal on the seat next to me where my foster mom would be sitting. (I can't remember how old I was) So after the hymn was over, we all sat down, my foster mother sat on the hymnal, and I started laughing. I got in trouble, of course :-p Now today I play pranks on my husband as much as I can without getting in trouble, although he did get mad at me yelled at me over one thing, hehe.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
Same here!
@aodoerfer (113)
• United States
12 Dec 10
I really wasn't a very mischievous kid. I got in big trouble sometimes, but I don't really understand to this day why my parents reacted as they did. The worst thing I would do is that I would regularly play with matches. I would sneak a box, hide behind the shed, and set things like pieces of paper on fire. I never got caught, once, and thankfully never came close to setting a fire. I was a really good kid normally, so it's a bit shocking to me still that I did that. I definitely want to be sure my kids don't have easy access to matches because a lot of my friends did the same thing I did.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
I hope that when I get to have children they won't be anything like, you were such an angel to your parents!
• Philippines
12 Dec 10
I remember two (2). I run after my brother's friend who took my brother's lunch box. When I caught him, I beat him down in front of my brother. The boy did not fought back because I am a girl (a little bigger than him) and that he knows he's at fault. Another was when I got pissed off with a lady classmate who's so flirty. I put a thumb tucks on her chair. I never told her that I did it. I was a little boyish when I was young.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
Same here, my grade school classmates are really dumbfounded when I became girly all of the sudden at high school
@Cutie18f (9565)
• Philippines
12 Dec 10
I could remember quite a few, some of them happened when I was already in high school when it was cool to be pulling pranks on people. As a kid, there is this incident which I could never forget. I was around seven years old when my mother brought me with her to the market and then I don't know what came into my little head, but I just started to "steal" tomatoes, garlic, onions, etc. and put them in my mother's basket without her knowledge. I guess I only wanted to help her. I only stopped doing that when a vendor caught me, held my wrist, and asked me where my mother was. My mother scolded me for that and that was the end of my little misadventure.
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
I did that too, the only thing was nobody noticed what I did, imagine my mother's surprise when she saw extra somethings in her basket when we got home
• Singapore
12 Dec 10
I remember I was in Primary school. That time, my friend and I were mad about the motion simulator, which is a simulator which simulates what it's like to be in space. By the way, that machine seen in a Science Center in my country. So, ok, back to the topic. We were having our recess time then and there was the school policy not allowing students to stay in class, but we stayed there and hid secretly until the coast was clear! Then we unscrewed one of the spoiled chairs and started to act out what's being done by the simulator, rocking back and forth. LOL, when recess time ended, the teacher and all came back. Nice one! The head prefect saw what we done and reported it to the teacher, we were punished. I think that would be the craziest thing I've ever done!!!
• Philippines
13 Dec 10
You should have made sure no one saw you
@dawnald (84124)
• Shingle Springs, California
15 Dec 10
Oh I don't know, there was "three ducks up". Take the duck on to the roof, toss him down so somebody can catch him. The person who catches the duck three times gets to be the one who goes up on the roof.