WranglerMangler Posted January 29 Share Posted January 29 I’ve been in a prank war with my Coworkers. I’m looking for new and creative ways to screw with these guys. I DO NOT WANT TO CAUSE ANY DAMAGE TO VEHICLES. These are work trucks owned by an awesome boss, and I don’t want things to get out of hand or cost the boss any money. I Always pre warn the mechanic as well. So far it’s been applying grease to handles and other often touched objects. Or writing funny things on the back of dirty Dump truck trailers. A magnetic bumper sticker that says “I have herpies” has made its rounds too. For whatever reason, doing dirt work, we always find … Fake Johnnys. Or objects shaped that way. This is a piece of wood that we found, so I took some bailing wire, hid it up under, so he didn’t notice on morning walk around but hid it in a way that it would fall out upon hitting the first bump. He drove around like this for about a week before noticing One guy got a couple of Harmonica’s Zip tied onto his dump truck. Harmonica zip tied to his visor And the passenger grab handle for good measure. He called the mechanic freaking out saying his turbos were about to blow up. The mechanic, who already knew about it, told him to just keep driving it, so he had to listen to the noise all day. The Greaser kid who tried, but failed to get me, got this treatment… Cut open a water bottle length wise, filled it with Ice cold water, then Put it into his sun visor. Seemed a little obvious so I wrapped it in a rag, so even if he noticed and grabbed the rag, he was getting a wet crotch. He didn’t notice it and promptly found out the first time he hit the gas trying to pull out into traffic. These guys decided to move the cones we put out so no body would park here, and got taught what happens. Bury em in with the Side dump. One of the plumbers was a cool dude so I had to screw with him too. The old Zip ties on the driveshaft has been played out. Tire soap inside a glove was a pretty good one too. Let me know what you guys come up with. Ill be more than happy to try out anything that doesn’t damage vehicles. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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