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Old 06-20-2008
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quick question involving a prank i wanna pull....

So i want to cover my freinds car in Post-it notes (sticky notes) and im just concerned about his paint. Will the adhesive fromt he sticky notes damage his paint? (This prank is HILLARIOUS if you use a few hundred sticky notes)
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COSTCO! A couple months ago there was a coupon at costco for post-it so we got like 1500 for $6. Well we got 2 packs and went out to our supervisor's car. It was pretty. No paint damage though.
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dats a pretty damn good prank. i just might have to try that some time.
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Haha! Do it!!!!

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do that and saran wrap it too! We did that to my buddy's Sport Trac a couple years ago, it was priceless.
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hahahah okay good, ill post pics up when the evil deed is done!
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hahahah okay good, ill post pics up when the evil deed is done!
send them to break.com you might get 50 bucks out of it.
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The best prank of this type is to fill the car with foam peanuts. Down side is they need to leave a window cracked open or sun roof open.

Upside for years to come they will be peanuts floating around in the car.
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always remember, no matter how harmless the prank, effing with someones car will usually net you a vehicular related prank in return.
not everyone knows the difference between harmless and harmful, nor do they care.
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the only "prank' i ever pulled was when i removed a co workers headlight bulbs (the capsule type) from his truck. thing about this prank is that you can't tell anythings wrong until you need to use the headlights at night.
this guy had pissed me off, so at the time, i felt he deserved what i did.my only regret is i never got to see his reaction when he tried the lights.
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I soaped a guy at works windows for putting tp on my brand new trans am. He retaliated with letting the air out of one of my tires, so I jacked his F150 up on blocks. It ended after that! LOL
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I high school we had a buddy who had a brand new geo metro and thought it was a hot car.. We used to pick it up and turn it sideways in between two cars in the parking lot. We wanted to get 20 guys and lift it up high enough to put it on top of a dumpster but we never got the chance. I wasn't involved with this one but My friends had a tow dolly and were going to tow it up to Duluth and leave it in the middle of an intersection, but he got wind of it and stopped driving it to school. Not saying any of these were right or a good idea but in high school I though it was funny.

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All sounds humourous. Just a word from an old guy who has seen too many go very badly over the years. Be very careful when you start doing things like this. You're not only dealing with something that is expensive in the least, but has the potential of causing fatal injury. People are not predictible in how they will react.

Just a word of caution. You decide what you want to do.
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There was a teacher that drove an old beetle. We would pick the car up and turn it around and put it back down.

Not trying to cause harm or anything. But it's gotta be a weird feeling parking your vehicle one way and you come out to it at the end of the day and it is turned around the other way.

We did it multiple times.
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I high school we had a buddy who had a brand new geo metro and thought it was a hot car.. We used to pick it up and turn it sideways in between two cars in the parking lot. We wanted to get 20 guys and lift it up high enough to put it on top of a dumpster but we never got the chance. I wasn't involved with this one but My friends had a tow dolly and were going to tow it up to Duluth and leave it in the middle of an intersection, but he got wind of it and stopped driving it to school. Not saying any of these were right or a good idea but in high school I though it was funny.

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we did on kinda like that but we had the football team lift it and put it on these huge cement blocks they were probably 3 1/2 to 4 feet tall it was hilarious
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The best prank of this type is to fill the car with foam peanuts. Down side is they need to leave a window cracked open or sun roof open.

Upside for years to come they will be peanuts floating around in the car.

1 up it to this, take a bean bag chair or 3, fill the car with the foam ***** from that. They'll get in the HVAC system and keep blowing out for years to come. Buddy of mine (same one we saran wrapped his Sport Trac) did that to a friend of his in California. His buddy was still finding those things 5 years AFTER the prank
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1 up it to this, take a bean bag chair or 3, fill the car with the foam ***** from that. They'll get in the HVAC system and keep blowing out for years to come. Buddy of mine (same one we saran wrapped his Sport Trac) did that to a friend of his in California. His buddy was still finding those things 5 years AFTER the prank
x2 on this but they have to leave their windows cracked or ahve a sun roof open or something or it won't be nearly as funny!
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