Hmm...I'd have to say mine was when I registered a fake official looking e-mail address and sent an e-mail to my brother pretending to be from the IRS stating he would be receiving a tax audit because of discrepancies found on his tax return....hahahaha....Oooh, that was fun......Oh, it was an April Fool's Day prank...lol
--The member formerly known as Demonica
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."
- Mahatma Gandhi
In high school, we decided to get even with a group of snobby parents who were touring our school and had been especially insulting to our teachers. Each of the classrooms in my small building went into a different state of chaos. One had all the desks, including the teacherís, flipped over so that everyone was lying on the floor with their feet in the air. In another one, two students were standing guard at the doors and inside, the desks had been arranged into a fortress where the teacher was hiding and several students were surrounding him. We had a student out in the hall giving a speech on why fascism is the way to go while others joined him through interpretive dance. There was a conga line going in and out of two classrooms. The parents were freaked out, the principal was not pleased, and we couldnít be happier!
When I was much younger my Mom would send us to go stay with her snooty brother and his wife. We (my brothers and I) hated going there but we always had fun. One year we switched all the photos on their mantel. We took each photo and put it in the exact opposite position. The mantel was a perfect mirror image of what it had been. It was brilliant if I do say so myself. My Aunt walked in the room and could tell something was different but couldn't put her finger on it. The summer before we kept putting a trail of raisins behind the elephant statues in the living room. At 5, 6 and 7 we thought poop humor was hilarious. We got busted for that but it was certainly worth it to us.