: don’t just sit there :

sabotageMove. April Fool’s Day is coming and we have two options: prank or be pranked. It’s your choice. If you want to be the pranker, congratulations, you’re in the right place. As you’d expect, I have a few sure-to-please suggestions for your underhanded activities.

pullWhat to pull:

Hard boil all the eggs in the carton and put them back in the refrigerator.
Change the language on a colleague’s computer (更改语言同事的电脑上)
Put talcum powder (or confetti) in the hair dryer.
Duct tape an air horn under someone’s desk chair.
Take a screen shot of a co-worker’s computer desktop, then move all the icons and use the screen shot as wallpaper.
Exchange the cream filling in the Oreo’s with toothpaste.
And, if all else fails, trot out the old Saran Wrap on the toilet seat ploy. Works every time.

Now, if you prefer to be pranked, I have a quick suggestion for that, too: get help.

One final recommendation: keep a squirt gun and Silly String on hand at all times. Or, better yet, pack a bag with the essentials (spray paint, Super Glue, clear nail polish, cash for bail), then you can relax.

Wait, what am I saying? You can’t relax, not today, and you certainly can’t trust anyone. Not even your mother. Maybe especially your mother. Now, go forth and make mischief.

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6 responses to “: don’t just sit there :”

  1. Sounds like a normal day at the office …

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    1. Exactly. Except everyone is pretty wary on April first, dammit.


      1. Haven’t you heard, pranking has been banned this year? Possession of a Whoopee Cushion is an offence against the Public Decorum Act … oh well, it was worth a try. You’re obviously too clued up to con!

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        1. Clued up? Me? bwahahahah.

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  2. Ah, yes. I have been fooled before.

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