I want revenge! Help suggest a prank?

By DJ
@Daljinder (21541)
India
May 20, 2016 5:07am CST
Pretty please with cherry on the top? Will you help me? I want to play a prank on a friend. The friend unknowingly caused me teensy-weensy trouble. So, a generous person I am, I want to return the favor. I can think of many things myself but I am bit of biased. So, suggest me some ideas please. Caution: Suggest a mean one and be prepared for all the shenanigans I bring out on you. So, please don't suggest things like that. Over to you now... (Photo by Pixabay)
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@topffer (34114)
• France
20 May 16
I suppose that you are speaking of an offline friend. If you receive him/her you can prepare ice cubes with a mint candy/Mentos inside and offer him/her a coca cola to put on the ice cubes. Something weird will happen. If it seems too dangerous for your furniture, you can prepare for him/her a nice donut... filled with mayonnaise or something not expected. If you are invited, you can bring with you a "for sale" sign that you will put on his/her house/door. Or go to the bathroom and cover the soap with transparent nail polish. But, you will probably not have an immediate return. In an office, a piece of tape taped under a mouse is also not bad if it is not an old mouse with a wheel. Pressing Alt+Control+down arrow gives also an interesting effect on a Windows computer.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
20 May 16
@topffer HIGH FIVE dude!!!! Finally someone who is not a spoil sport. I was beginning to think people are losing fun out of life. I was getting concerned. Ha ha I am so gonna do the Windows thing!! And mouse one. I loved all the ideas. Are you a prankster too?
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@topffer (34114)
• France
20 May 16
@Daljinder I cannot count the number of pranks that I have done at job. And I have also been the victim of many pranks to receive my change back. I have done worse pranks with office computers, including the programming of virus-like software to display new Windows error messages like "Do not hurt my keyboard so loudly !" or "Computer strike warning". I have often been a nightmare for ITs. I have been scolded once by the boss for an innocent drawing that was always printing a printer during a week end instead of what he was expecting. It was not his usual printer and I had prepared the prank on Friday evening for a coworker. Bad luck.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
23 May 16
@topffer Did those IT's ever get back at you? I would have if you messed up my computer. LOL I can just imagine a prank war break out in the office.
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@Corbin5 (106129)
• United States
20 May 16
@topffer made some excellent suggestions. I always thought he was such a kind gentleman, but it appears he has a tiny bit of dark side.
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@topffer (34114)
• France
20 May 16
It is more a light side than a dark side. It is better to have a good working atmosphere with a bit of fun than to have to huff and puff to force people to work.
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@Corbin5 (106129)
• United States
21 May 16
@topffer Just teasing you my friend! You are a gentleman and a scholar! Chivalrous too!
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
23 May 16
@Corbin5 He is a gentleman who doesn't shy away from having fun.
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@JolietJake (51149)
• United States
20 May 16
Sorry, can't help you, when you disqualified 'mean' that cancelled all my ideas
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
20 May 16
@JolietJake Should have known that.
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@Lucky15 (33386)
• Philippines
20 May 16
I will pass
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
20 May 16
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@Lucky15 (33386)
• Philippines
20 May 16
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
20 May 16
@Lucky15 Don't believe you!!!
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@just4him (116786)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
20 May 16
I don't play pranks, so I wouldn't know what to tell you.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
22 May 16
@just4him But you kid around. Sigh! No worries.
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@just4him (116786)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
22 May 16
@Daljinder It's not the same thing. And I only kid around on here, nowhere else.
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@vandana7 (64837)
• India
23 May 16
You are asking the beetchiest person in the world to give you a mean idea? You know me better. lol. One thing is unless there is a serious harm done, I don't bother. Consider it as time waste. lol. Second thing is, I'd not reveal my true feelings and then when the opportunity presents, make it a point. Some sarcasm I used in one of the posts I showed you fell flat, so I guess if it is across Internet, meanness needs a different dimension.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
23 May 16
@vandana7 No I said not to give mean ideas. lol That is why JJ disqualified himself.
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@vandana7 (64837)
• India
23 May 16
@Daljinder ... Tell his wife you spotted him with somebody...vice versa.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
23 May 16
@vandana7 Yikes! Noooo, even if I was only kidding, there is a possibility they would believe it. Then they will fight and there will be questions about trust surfacing. Nah! It's more trouble than fun.
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@VivaLaDani13 (19863)
• Perth, Australia
25 Jul 16
@Daljinder wow....this is a tough one. I mean can you think of anything which will make the other person learn from their mistake? I can't really think of anything to suggest. I'm not asking but it's hard for me to think of things when I don't know what caused you to want to do a prank. If that makes sense.
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@Daljinder (21541)
• India
25 Jul 16
@VivaLaDani13 You never ask and you always mention that. Then I tell you anyways. Only not this time.
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@zarlamain (24525)
• United States
27 Jun 16
So, were you able to do a prank on your friend?