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Do you enjoy pranks and practical jokes?

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Photo of Nick Conrad

“I do. I love pulling pranks and making fun of my friends. It’s all in good fun.”

Photo of Caitlyn Whitlock

“Yes, they’re fun - unless they’re on me.”

Photo of Kamil Williamson

“Yes, I think they’re necessary. There needs to be some fun at school, something to laugh at.”

Photo of Zoe Limesand

“Yes, to a point, but they can often go too far.”

Photo of Ashton Holtz

“Sometimes when I’m around my friends, but it’s not cool if it’s people I don’t know.”

Photo of Zoey Hearn-Feldman

“Yes, most definitely. I like to see people suffer, but just a little bit.”

Photo of Serena Ritter

“Sometimes they can be pretty mean. I guess it just depends.”

Photo of Isaiah Bell

“As long as they’re not really mean or humiliating to the person they’re on.”

Comments

aginglady 6 years, 5 months ago

Yes. One year I wrote this very serious email about "I'm thinking we ought to go ahead and get married, we've known each other so long, etc". I sent it to around 7 of my male friends. One I had been seeing recently, most of the others were previous relationships that I'm still close to. Of course, the date was on the email info, it even said up at the top in my typing, April 01,XXXX. I believe it ended up with the question, "So, what do you think? I'll understand if you need time to think about this. Love, Me"

Well, a few wrote right back laughing, telling me how great that was, etc. A few more shot back things like the following,"WHEN??WHERE??? Do we elope or a big wedding? When can I pick you up?" All jolly good fun.

But then, of course, you know, this one man, didn't write back for hours. He wrote back that he really didn't know what to say. He thought we should talk about this more, as he wasn't quite sure we were at that point in the relationship, etc. etc."

I talked to him later, and he said he was sweating bullets when he first read that, and had been very upset for hours about how to handle it. He did know it was the 1st, but I sounded so serious he was afraid I wasn't joking at all.

I didn't feel too guilty, after all I had (I can't type now, I'm laughing so hard at the memory) put the date at the top!

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coolmarv 6 years, 5 months ago

coolmarv (Anonymous) says: Nobody likes pranks and practical jokes. Nobody. The other pranksters/jokers hurt you, sometimes very badly. First you do pranks and practical jokes because your father wants you to. Then you do the pranks and practical jokes to get the girls. If you keep on doing the pranks and practical jokes , you do it for scholarships, and to get the girls. Then you do the pranks and practical jokes for the money and the girls. Then you get to just watch the pranks and practical jokes, and that's fun. But nobody likes to do the pranks and practical jokes. Nobody.

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Drew_Carey 6 years, 5 months ago

A good joke is just that, a joke. No harm should come to anyone. Let's here more of your best, this could be a high points day.

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tonythetiger 6 years, 5 months ago

Some jokes do not seem to have "practicality".I have heard jokes that leave me practically laughing and some that have left me practically screaming and some jokes that have left me practically crying.

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