Last Day - Pranks needed ! Watch

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at one of the schools near where i live they bought in three real chickens and just let them run around the school. They labeled them one, two and four so the whole day everyone in the school was looking for number three, but there wasnt one :P pretty funny
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Wrap the teachers cars in clingfilm If you have a pond or fountain but a bottle of washing up liquid in it so it makes bubbles Tie someone to a chair and put him in headmasters office
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Brainwave! Put dry ice down the toilets or in the pool! XD
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(Original post by Tabers)
Its just that that I have problems with. Any other one I'm fine with but fire alarms get on my nerves.
Same, at our school it means the fire brigade are immediately called - not cool :nope:
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Steal the Head's door, and then lock it to a lamppost with a ransom note attached.
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A long time ago my last day in school we screwed over our history teacher. Put laxatives in his drink, broke the door handle so he couldn't leave once in the room haha. He soiled himself. After that it was the old bog roll/water mix plastered everywhere. Then got smashed. Good times.
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(Original post by The Avenger)
My last ever school day is next friday and we are looking for something funny to do.

Obviously nothing criminal - any ideas ?

What have people done on your last day ?

sh*t on Stacys desk.

LIKE A BOSS!
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2000 plastic ducks in the duck pond. glued the sixth form centre doors shut. penis's EVERYWHERE. standard.
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We emptied a classroom and rearranged it out on the sports surface. Stole the biology skeletons, dressed them up and left them in the car-park. Filled a couple of offices with balloons. Newspaperd the staff-room door. Stretched duck-tape across the stairwells so that people couldn't climb the stairs. Everyone with cars brought them in and parked in the staff car-park so they had to try and find someone in the surrounding area to park.
Not anything huge, but enough to raise some smiles.
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No pranks with us - we actually wanted to sit our exams in the coming days.

But . . . 3 sheep, numbered 1, 2 and 4 ; )
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Put porn on all the projectors/screens.

Someone set off smoke bombs on our field. Covering it with red smoke.
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Vaseline on door knobs, water, silly string, cling film on toilet seats, laxatives in water, graffiti, stealing toilet paper. Oh, and one year at our school, sixth formers stole the chairs out of the staff room and piled them all up at the end of the school field. Was funny.
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The year that left this year put padlocks on most the doors the night before. they parked their cars really close to each other and the doors out side the steps on the main doors so the teachers had to wait to get in and then water bombed them all. :woo:
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Good old egg and flour!
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Im in my first year of sixthform It's tradition for every year the year 11's to set fire alarms off. They try and break records every year stupidly. I only became aware of it this year as i went to adifferent school! I found it fairly amusing to begin with, but on Thursday by the fourth fire alarm it was getting a bit tedious trekking around the massive school site! By the 5th fire alarm all sixth form students lessons were cancelled so the teachers and students could sit by and guard fire alarms. I must say, i enjoyed this for a while :P felt like i was in a movie yelling PUT YO HANDS UP every time a year 11 walked past. But again, this got tedious. A total of 8 alarms were set of that day. Again yesterday, the fun began again. Long story short... DONT set of fire alarms. It's not fun, it takes people out of exams and it makes other people miss vital lessons to stop it from happening.

Eggs, flour, paint out the windows, stink bombs, mayonaise in the loo's - all other common pranks at our wonderfully behaved school
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on the ceiling if you have the tiles that you can lift up and down, we put fish up there so then it stinks the whole place out, or tinned tuna down the radiators, smells great and really hard to clean!
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Find you're way to the kitchen and put some laxatives in some of the food. Then put itching powder on all the toilet seats. [You will probably get in to trouble and it will be a good idea to bring a packed lunch.]
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Some form of fish in the heating system. That smell was unbearable but highly amusing.
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This one was quite amusing at my school. Somebody taped an old mobile phone to the bottom a chair in a whole school assembly. From a totally different seat in the hall, somebody phoned that old phone and for a good few minutes straight all you could hear was Eye of the Tiger! They couldn't find it because they didn't know where it was coming from.
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The night before, people moved the picnic tables/ benches/ traffic cones onto the roof, locks filled with chewing gum/ glue, offices filled to overflowing with balloons, a budding criminologist set up a murder scene outside a staff room, the resident computer geek managed to set up a program to run when the computers were turned on- "What is love" and Rickrolls on repeat and set some override on the volume controls to stop people just muting it- and then left for a 2 and a half hour journey down to Inverness after registration, so SMT spent the morning trying to find him to get him to turn it off while he was watching the Star Trek film =P Those are the sort of "main" things I can remember. By lunchtime the deputy was going round the school telling everybody who hadn't yet left to just go home :p:
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