Thanks to Office Humour Blog for this link to the Tin Foil Prank site.
Basically, you wait until someone goes on leave for a few days, then wrap their entire desk in tin foil.
I quite liked their And Begin prank as well.
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Outstanding! One of the most resourceful sites on the web!
My daughter had hours of fun when I showed her this site. I’m expecting a call from her college any moment!
I played a good prank on a colleague when I was living in PNG. I’m going to have a look for the evidence in my old files tonight. Stay tuned.
I did have fun on that site. There were some pretty good ones too. I liked the balloon office prank, it was hillariuos.
Not the Subza love letters surely?
HA HA HA HA!
Now that you mention it, the Subza files are probably even funnier that the one I was going to post. As a teaser, you may recall the young lady’s name was Esther Lovely Kinful….
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What about convincing an extremely insecure male colleague that his attempt to de-stress by attending yoga sessions would end in tragedy when they go to the “nude phase”. He never went back.
I can picture Ted’s green & gold yoga tracksuit vividly!
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