high school prank

TrumandrummerTrumandrummer Taylor Michigan
edited June 2006 in The Pub
ok so it was the last day for seniors today, so they did a bunch of "senior pranks" like stink bombs, smoke bombs, letting mice go in the lunch room. just basic stuff, accept........................................

at the end of the day, we always have a broadcast or new show, made by the students, and televised through every class in the school. well today a senoir switched the tapes, and put porn in. and didnt get caught. the porn got played through the whole school, every class room. it was funny watching the tv turn on, and bam there it was. and the teacher heard it looks and goes "wtf" and left it there for a min, lol then shut it off, and then it turned back on..............


such a bad/funny prank lmfao
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  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    so the teacher turned it off, and was like, oh wait, lets watch that for educational purposes.

    Teacher: "Class, today we are going to study the human anatomy"
    Kim: "But Mr. Teacher, this is economics?"
    Teacher: "SHUT UP AND WATCH THE PORN YOU PRUDE B****"
  • entropyentropy Yah-Der-Hey (Wisconsin)
    edited June 2006
    Hah. Wow. Actually, that's a dick move (heh), because you know there are those few people there that probably are really offended.

    Last year the seniors chained the principal's car to a pole (think big, huge links, too). They all handed him a key upon receiving their diploma. I believe one year they dissambled a car and put it in the auditorium, reassembled. That might've been for something else, though. I'm excited to see this year's, and we're not sure what ours is going to be next year.
  • ClutchClutch North Carolina
    edited June 2006
    There is nothing like watching some good ol' porn in school.
  • edited June 2006
    hahaha...the seniors never would have gotten away with that. Our school has more security cameras than most places do. they spend more and more money each year on cameras alone for my high school. you cant get away with much...

    bikerboy
  • TrumandrummerTrumandrummer Taylor Michigan
    edited June 2006
    well out school has just under 2000 students, and like no cameras at all. lol.

    and no the teacher didnt turn the tv back on, they are all set.......... they turn on automatically......... so when it turned on and the porn played my teacher shut it off, but it turned back on because it detected that it was gonna play the tape (thats how they have them set) really funny
  • RWBRWB
    edited June 2006
    bikerboy wrote:
    hahaha...the seniors never would have gotten away with that. Our school has more security cameras than most places do. they spend more and more money each year on cameras alone for my high school. you cant get away with much...

    bikerboy

    That is sad... instead of buying you new books... no they will get you more uneeded security playing off the fear of evil that will soon come and get you!:rockon:

    :usflag:

    That was a good prank though, omg I'd be laughing my arse off if I were to have seen that.:bigggrin:
  • V-PV-P State College, PA
    edited June 2006
    Seniprs in our school don't do crap like that. Idiots.
  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX
    edited June 2006
    Seniors in my school were intelligent and mature enough to also not perform sophomoric pranks.

    GG.
  • NomadNomad A Small Piece of Hell
    edited June 2006
    My school has mice already to begin with, so letting more loose isn't really a prank... Letting a predatorial animal lose would actually be a favor. With a school of 680 kids and a graduating class of about 180, it's hard to get away with things anyhow.
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    RWB wrote:
    That is sad... instead of buying you new books... no they will get you more uneeded security playing off the fear of evil that will soon come and get you!:rockon:

    :usflag:

    That was a good prank though, omg I'd be laughing my arse off if I were to have seen that.:bigggrin:


    You know what, unless they are pooring $$$ into it, just buying those cameras isnt gonna do ****, because you have to record those, and in the case of our school, it is all recorded on hard drives, and our district is so poor they cant affor to buy more hard drives and computers, so they are stuck with the ones they have.

    Oh, and btw, I took the fire drill plan that is in our schools student handbook, printed took it into photoshop and did a little fixing, and then printed out a floor of our school on an entire sheet of paper. Me and my friends made it a prject to find out where every camera was in the building, through any means nesesary (think taking a 5 mp camera into the security office on and snapping pics of the monitors macromode:D) So we have the school map labeled where every camer is at, the direction it is pointing, and we made a liberal estimate to its range and field of view. We guessed it was a 35*fov. Lets just say we can get around the entire school without hinde nor tail of use being on a video camera.

    What we actually wanted to do, was buy a honda junker from one of the salvage yard, minus the drivetrain and all of that crap, youknow, gotta make it as light as possible with verry few parts to re assemble, and the civic seems like a light car, although, we may go with a CRX. But we want to get some cheap spray paint and paint in the school colors, and then place it in the middle of this gigantic cafeteria the school just built. I think it would be a good "spirit booster" The way I see it, we arent destrying anything, not defacing anything, not damaging anything, just dropping a one ton car in the middle of a cafeteria.
  • sfleurietsfleuriet Texas
    edited June 2006
    I definitely would've been laughing at that - that's hilarious ;D
  • NightwolfNightwolf Afghanistan
    edited June 2006
    bikerboy wrote:
    hahaha...the seniors never would have gotten away with that. Our school has more security cameras than most places do. they spend more and more money each year on cameras alone for my high school. you cant get away with much...

    bikerboy
    My school has 1400 students and 367 cameras.
  • GargGarg Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares
    edited June 2006
    My school had 1000 students and 0 cameras. We also enjoyed sophomoric pranks, as we weren't too uptight to enjoy them, but most of my "peers" couldn't come up with anything clever.

    In fact, I don't think there were any substantial pranks the year I graduated. I was working at Taco Bell the night before graduation and someone pulled a prank on our store that involved a blow-up doll, so I took the doll and tied it to the front door of the school. I doubt any students even saw it, it was probably taken down early in the morning by maintenance, but I felt someone had to pull some kind of prank. I felt a sense of duty.
  • edited June 2006
    N7ghtwolf wrote:
    My school has 1400 students and 367 cameras.

    this represents the majority of our school...

    bikerboy
  • V-PV-P State College, PA
    edited June 2006
    Someone at my school put graffiti all over school today. I got there in the morning and the whole back and some of the front was covered with graffiti. The front mentioned a part of a woman's vagina (slang term ofcourse) and had a picture of it, and the back said F*** Hawser (our principle, which is actually spelled Hauser.) It said that they were gonna kill everyone in school at 1:30 on June 6 (last day for us). I thought that we'd be off on the 6th because of this but I guess this is Pennsylvania....
  • Sledgehammer70Sledgehammer70 California
    edited June 2006
    Our school would have put a hold on graduation until the people came forward...

    We put the Narks golf carts on top of the Gym and than buried one in the senior Lawn! lol it was so fun and than we cover the entire school with 400lbs of chicken seed and let loose 150 roosters....
  • ClutchClutch North Carolina
    edited June 2006
    Thrax wrote:
    Seniors in my school were intelligent and mature enough to also not perform sophomoric pranks.

    GG.

    I'm glad I didn't go to your school, sounds like a bunch of n00bcakes there.
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    hey!! I didnt think about burrying something, that is a good idea, now I have to find a good candidate.:D (thinks about pricipals desk..) Im surprised you have that many cameras, we only have about 40, and about 1400 kids. 300 is a little bit overkill, dont you think?
  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA
    edited June 2006
    My high school has, or at least had, the worst senior pranks in existence. My graduating class got caught so it didn't go off but I'll tell you about the one for the class before us.

    Every year a group of students in the graduating class build a gigantic (6' long) penis out of chicken wire and paper mache. Each year the delivery of the dong gets more audacious from the bare minimum of walking it into a pep rally to a bunch of guys in briefs, boots, and cowboy hats running it across the football field during some event. The year before I graduated, they unbolted one of the skylights in the school's commons and slowly winched it down from the roof to the tune of our school's fight song. Our commons is two stories tall so it came down about 45' from the ceiling and stopped a couple feet above the floor before one of them actuated some mechanism that discharged a couple gallons of tapioca out the cap and all over the floor.

    I don't know if they got caught.

    -drasnor :fold:
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    That is hilarious, to some extent, but only if it was pulled off without getting caught.
  • GargGarg Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares
    edited June 2006
    drasnor wrote:
    Every year a group of students in the graduating class build a gigantic (6' long) penis out of chicken wire and paper mache. Each year the delivery of the dong gets more audacious from the bare minimum of walking it into a pep rally to a bunch of guys in briefs, boots, and cowboy hats running it across the football field during some event. The year before I graduated, they unbolted one of the skylights in the school's commons and slowly winched it down from the roof to the tune of our school's fight song. Our commons is two stories tall so it came down about 45' from the ceiling and stopped a couple feet above the floor before one of them actuated some mechanism that discharged a couple gallons of tapioca out the cap and all over the floor.

    I don't know if they got caught.

    -drasnor :fold:

    That's incredible ;D

    When did they do it, while people were in school? You wouldn't think it'd be hard to catch them if school was in while they were doing it.
  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA
    edited June 2006
    They did it during a passing period so lots of people were in the halls and in the commons. We have a very crowded school (600 in my graduating class alone) so the authorities had to fight their way through the crowd. They were on the roof when they did it so they had lots of directions to scatter. It was in 2002 at Westlake High School in Austin, TX in case someone involved posted something on the web.

    -drasnor :fold:
  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA
    edited June 2006
    Another year they hitched the dick up to a bunch of large helium balloons a la Lawnchair Larry and tied it to one of the lamp posts in the senior parking lot. When they let go it pulled the knot all the way to the top of the post to the crossbar where the lights are mounted. The epic wang stayed up for nearly a day before the school authorities could get a cherry picker out there to pull it down from the lamp post. The school authorities were afraid of cutting it loose because they weren't sure where it would end up.

    -drasnor :fold:
  • sfleurietsfleuriet Texas
    edited June 2006
    drasnor wrote:
    Another year they hitched the dick up to a bunch of large helium balloons a la Lawnchair Larry and tied it to one of the lamp posts in the senior parking lot. When they let go it pulled the knot all the way to the top of the post to the crossbar where the lights are mounted. The epic wang stayed up for nearly a day before the school authorities could get a cherry picker out there to pull it down from the lamp post. The school authorities were afraid of cutting it loose because they weren't sure where it would end up.

    -drasnor :fold:
    THAT.. is plain funny :rockon:

    Only school officials would overlook simple solutions such as throwing something at it, shooting at it with a slingshot/bb gun, etc :p
  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA
    edited June 2006
    These are the vapor lights that you find in mall parking lots so they're pretty tall, plus the thing had a long rope on it so that drivers on loop 360 could see it as they drove by. The school is in a suburban area so shooting it is probably ilegal, even for the rent-a-cops we have patrolling the school. Towards the end of the semester the number of rent-a-cops doubles or more in anticipation of the senior prank. I remember there were a lot of them when my senior class got caught.

    The lamps are not too tall to climb because I personally know a guy that shimmied his way to the top of one to steal one of the lamps for his robotic hydroponic "agricultural project". I wouldn't recommend it though because they are over two stories tall based on eyeballing the surrounding buildings. He was probably also high at the time.

    -drasnor :fold:
  • NightwolfNightwolf Afghanistan
    edited June 2006
    hey!! I didnt think about burrying something, that is a good idea, now I have to find a good candidate.:D (thinks about pricipals desk..) Im surprised you have that many cameras, we only have about 40, and about 1400 kids. 300 is a little bit overkill, dont you think?
    Yes it is. I got to two schools, my home schools with few cameras, and another high school which was built three years ago for my networking class which has the 367 cameras.
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    So drasnor, how big was this anatomically correct "member"? I'm starting to get some visions. And how many balloons did it take? How big were they? I think one of the light posts in the parking lot will do, and ill put a 50 rope on top of that so it wont come down without some effort. and I think 10 feet long would be good.
  • profdlpprofdlp The Holy City Of Westlake, Ohio
    edited June 2006
    Talking about an old prank is one thing, planning a new one is an entirely different matter.

    Let's keep it clean, folks. :)
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX
    edited June 2006
    okay, okay, just for purely educational archival purposes
  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA
    edited June 2006
    They are generally roughly 5-6' in length, 12" in diameter made from narrow-gauge chicken wire rolled into a tube and tied with zip ties. The cap is usually a plastic bowl. covered with paper mache. The one's I've seen that were carried had a fairly thick layer of paper mache made from newspaper and flour to prevent them from deforming easily. The center is hollow. I don't know what they were painted with but it was very glossy.

    I don't know how the floater was constructed since no one saw it up close but if I were to guess I would say chicken wire, zip ties, and a single layer of paper mache and some spraypaint. I don't remember how many balloons there were but there were a lot, maybe a dozen. The balloons were large 3' globes like you would find at a parade, not the weenie kind you get in 40 packs at the grocery store. I don't know where they got them but I seem to remember seeing something similar at a local hobby store. I do remember saying that it's really cheap to get your local supermarket to inflate them.

    -drasnor :fold:
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