Prank University: The Ultimate Guide to College's Greatest Tradition
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Prank University: The Ultimate Guide to College's Greatest Tradition

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Forget about Punk’d. Or any of those other stupid hidden camera shows. Executing the perfect prank is an art that demands deft craftsmanship and sly cunning. Whether you’re talking about a good-natured practical joke between roommates or an elaborate hit against a nosy neighbor, nothing sends a message with satisfying elegance like a well-designed prank. Bu...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published July 25th 2006 by Crown Archetype (first published January 1st 2006)
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Lester Usapdin
This book gave me an idea about a prank I'm thinking in the library of my school. I used to hate this librarian and I'm thinking of putting sewing threads among the bookshelves in the library (tangled like a spider's cobweb). 1 wrong move will make all the bookshelves fall like dominoes. Too bad I'm not able to execute that prank co'z it's time consuming and the librarian had already resigned.

I like that there are icons in the book as a guide reference for pranksters who will read it.
This was a terrible book. The pranks were mostly not funny or clever. They were just mean-spirited.
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