Practical Joke Fun
27 May 1998 - PRACTICAL JOKE FUN
I've stopped being a monkey now, and have decided to give you some information on how to do practical jokes. Today's joke is Windmill Joke.
If you live in a windmill or other tall grain-processing building with sails, you can have all manner of fun by attaching the property of your loved ones to the sails, and sending them spinning. As the winds spin the sails, the items will be flung off. In extremely high winds, a necklace can be flung as far as Norway or Switzerland, and in certain cases, Brazil.
29 May 1998 - PRACTICAL JOKE FUN
Today's joke is a little something you might want to try on your favourite teacher.
Prior to an important exam, procure a cricket bat and hide it down your trouser leg. Five or so minutes after the exam has started, and things are very quiet, sneak the cricket bat out of your trousers.
When the overseeing teacher has his back turned, suddenly start whacking your desk with the bat and making as much noise as possible. If he tries to punish you, pretend to be asleep!
30 May 1998 - PRACTICAL JOKE FUN
Today's joke is a little something you might want to try out on your fave farmer!
Rub mascara around your eyes to give the impression of crying, and rush towards your fave farmer making a hideous wailing sound. When you reach the farmer use your mouth to say the words "I've just been in the field, and all your cows are dead." Providing he doesn't try and pin the blame on you, he should make for the field immediately. Imagine his surprise when he gets there to find all of his cows dead - by your own hand!