Office Pranks!!

#1
First one in this morning. Did the rounds with an ink pad on the telephone ear piece and superglued certain items to desks. Then bugged out for the day.

Immature i know, but it eases us through the day.
 
#3
I once super glued a badger to our receptionists desk by its paws, then snapped an elastic band around it's ball bag to get it really feisty.

Funny thing is the receptionist was still locked in the boot of my car with an electric whisk up her ricker after my last office prank.
 
#4
Get a hair pin or big paper clip and you can 'pop' keys off the keyboard. Swap around and watch confusion reign.
 
#5
Pull a bit of long white cotton from a piece of harry black, Stick this on the side of someone's car door (dark colours work best) and it looks excatly like a scratch.
Wind them up a treat by giving them the old "I've just seen someone go into your car mate, though you might want to know ... ".
 
#7
When you get an opportunity to get on someones computer whilst they are out of the office, edit the auto replace settings so that when they type in a work of their choice it automatically replaces it with something far more offensive.

A good one to choose the person's surname as there is a good chance they won't check whatever they are typing and end up send out documents from Tom Fcuknuts instead
 
#8
Changed the letters on my rather chunky mates rubber stamp from "Cpl ****** MT NCO" to read "Cpl ****** Pie eating Champ"

4 days before he found out and thats only because the CO noticed first.

If someone in your section has one of those changeable rubber stamps, what are you waiting for, get some spare letters from the clerks, they wont notice for days.
 
#9
Louis_Cyph said:
When you get an opportunity to get on someones computer whilst they are out of the office, edit the auto replace settings so that when they type in a work of their choice it automatically replaces it with something far more offensive.

A good one to choose the person's surname as there is a good chance they won't check whatever they are typing and end up send out documents from Tom Fcuknuts instead
Did this to a SSM of mine once - FaF - took him ages to work out why his keyboard had a stutter as w w w w ell........
 

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#10
My line manager thinks it's a great prank to come into my office and wake me up.
 
#11
When i booked out of a certain AAC regt i forwarded every phone in any office i was in during booking out to the office i had just come from. Round robin? Laffed mt tits off for months, apparently that is how long it took to unpick it!
 
#13
Take the ball out of the mouse.

Unclip the cable from someone's handset just leaving it in slightly. When they pick up the phone in a rush, cable pops out.
 
#14
this implies actually having to come into work and be in the office 8O I'm not sure I can stretch that far.... are there none of these pranks that can be initiated without physical attendance :?
 
#15
Silent_Assassin said:
this implies actually having to come into work and be in the office 8O I'm not sure I can stretch that far.... are there none of these pranks that can be initiated without physical attendance :?
...apart from signing up collegues to various fan clubs so they are inundated with spam e-mail.
 

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#16
Vimeiro said:
Silent_Assassin said:
this implies actually having to come into work and be in the office 8O I'm not sure I can stretch that far.... are there none of these pranks that can be initiated without physical attendance :?
...apart from signing up collegues to various fan clubs so they are inundated with spam e-mail.
That's a cruel and wicked idea.








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#17
old_fat_and_hairy said:
Vimeiro said:
Silent_Assassin said:
this implies actually having to come into work and be in the office 8O I'm not sure I can stretch that far.... are there none of these pranks that can be initiated without physical attendance :?
...apart from signing up collegues to various fan clubs so they are inundated with spam e-mail.
That's a cruel and wicked idea.




Remind me of your e-mail?
mikehunt@twat.com
 
#18
i always find this one funny,

use print screen to save a bitmap image of their screen, and then set it as their background pic, then delete or move all their icons!!! it's usually a good laugh to see them re-setting their machines over and over before calling tech support!! who then come and do the same thing before realising someone is playing funny tw4ts!!
 
#19
Some years ago (late eighties), at the then London headquarters of a famous British defence corporation, there was a Christmas lunchtime drinking session amongst the secretary/clerk ladies. They returned to the offices on [censored] and one of them proceeded to serially photocopy her jugs. She continued up to the point that the glass shattered and wounded her in the bappage.

She even made a valiant attempt to sue the company for damages and wrongful dismissal...happy days, mucky nights
 
#20
This one takes a bit of prep but is worth it.

If you have a fridge at work you run the risk of having a mysterious fridge raider, the type who thinks he/she can help themselves to whatevers in the fridge, generally other peoples pack lunches, all the milk etc.

Here's how to get your own back. Take the time to collect as many dead flies/bees/wasps/spiders you can. Take them home and cover them in melted chocolate. Once they're dry, shove them all into a bag of Revels and put back in the fridge.

Sit back and chuckle every time you hear someone say " Oooh Revels, my Favourite".
 

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