|baleen - 2014-06-04 |
This is a private video so enjoy while it lasts.
|TeenerTot - 2014-06-04 |
See? THIS is a prank. No one gets hurt, no property damage. Kudos to these kids for thinking out of the box.
|infinite zest - 2014-06-04 |
The class of 99 (one year before me) took their dad's range rover onto the football field and did donuts until it was completely destroyed, and somehow managed to spraypaint "99" across the entire east exterior. All of the kids were caught and expelled, which meant that their scholarships to Brown, Yale, UC Berkeley, etc. were all revoked no matter how much pull their rich daddies had.
This is just plain fun. See? Millennials aren't all bad.
This hardly even seems like a prank. Our high school would have fundraisers and such and if enough money was raised, some teacher would have to shave their head into a mohawk or dress down to their undies in front of the entire student body. Ah, the 1990s.
As has been echoed here, I really don't like pranks that involve death, destruction, and terror. To me that's not a prank, that's just being an asshole. I never connected to the really sadistic vandal pranksters. This is not equal to saying I didn't like breaking the law. Far from it. But hurting people and making the lives of working class people/custodians/security guards and whoever else has to clean up the mess just struck me as extremely spoiled and self-centered and not at all funny.
I've probably mentioned this before, but a friend and I rearranged the letters on an anti-vaxxer chiropractor's* marquee sign on the way into town to spell "Chiropractic cures AIDS."
I was pretty proud of myself.
*He toned it down in later years, but for a long time every week it was a new message about how vaccines are poison and you don't need drugs to be healthy. I'm sure cracking your neck will fix polio you fuck.
|sosage - 2014-06-04 |
I'm sure some completely humor-less person, a parent or a member of the school district, is digging really deep into the rulebook to see if this is a violation of some kind.
|il fiore bel - 2014-06-04 |
|RockBolt - 2014-06-04 |
Wish we'd thought of that
|jreid - 2014-06-04 |
Shit. My high school grad prank involved a bomb threat and a box of the combined turds of 17 different students.
These kids are as bland and effete as a youth pastor preaching at inner-city kids about recycling.
il fiore bel
They're having a laugh in a creative way, with little to no risk of damaging their permanent records.
Meanwhile, you touched somebody else's shit.
And bomb threats are for during the school year, when you need to get out of taking the physics mid-term.
|Scrimmjob - 2014-06-04 |
I heard that the school board is going to fire the principal, and keep the mariachi band!
|fluffy - 2014-06-04 |
That was wonderful.
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