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    wmac
    are we there yet?

  • wmac
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    Practical jokes don't always have to be loud, so to speak. I like the subtle ones too. For instance...

    Computer keyboards... the letters are just "popped" on. Take a small screwdriver and pop out the M and the N... then re-install them reversed. This will likely go undetected until someone types in a password. Have you ever noticed how everyone watches their fingers when they enter passwords? If they've used an M or N in their password, they'll hit the wrong letter... over and over...

    -Mac

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  • Lawdog1228
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    Got a few, I will try to make this brief. Some are from the military, the rest the civilain agency I work for.

    Military- 1) ON our base we had a kennel that all of our k-9s were housed at when not on duty. It was located in an anrea that is not well known to new patrolman. Dispatchers would then call out a barking dog complaint at the kennel's address. Not only did it take a pretty long time for them to arrive, but when they did this caused all of the dogs in the kennel to bark due to the activity outside. It was great when they would call in arrival and all you would here is a dozen dogs barking in the background. 2) our watertower on base was always a great place to call patrolman for suicide calls. ON top of the tower was an older patrolman screaming about how he didnt want to live and was going to end it. When the target arrived and tried to talk him out of it a CPR dummy was trown form the tower. Seemed harsh, but funny none the less. 3) not very usable outside butstill damn funny. New troops would be told about motion sensors on the flightline. They were told by dispatch to do a sensor test by doing jumping jacks on a certain spot facing the tower. About two minutes into the "test" they were adviced by dispatch that they were clear for immediate departure. The best part of this was our flight line was under constant video survalence.

    Civilian. 1) Our detectives drive unmarked ford tauruses. ONe detective was the victim of this prank. Our vehicle fleet manager strategically placed the letters CLI in front of the model name. For those with an imagination you can figure this out. It was on his car for about a week. 2) a Brave sole placed several beer cans on the antenna of the chief's personnal car. Luckily he has a sense of humor. 3) our state had special plates for those who don not like to follow the law, they are called wiskey plated. This is because the first letter is a W and for the most part they are alcohol offenders. On a regulay basis these plates will wonder onto the personal vehicles of many officer. This has been done to the chief, detectives, and officers. Most of the time they figure out they are there after they are stopped by another agency for not having plates that belong to their vehicle.

    have fun, but be safe about it
    Lawdog1228
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    Last edited by Lawdog1228; 07-05-2005, 06:50 PM.

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  • kingsman
    The questor

  • kingsman
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    limburger cheese on the exhaust system.

    Jack the drive wheels just off the ground so there is no traction.

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  • UMRebelReserve
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  • UMRebelReserve
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    There is an officer in our agency that religiously goes to the bathroom at 10:30PM every night he is on duty. The Captain (of all people) sprayed the toilet seat with OC spray and waited for him to come in.... needless to say there was one unhappy man the rest of the night

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  • Mtclem4
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  • Mtclem4
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    I thought one through once but didn't carry through with it because my buddy was newly married and was dating his wife at the time this all would have went down.

    It goes like this, both of us lived in the same area for about 2 years as I went away to school and he just finished school and was working security before getting hired with me at our dept.

    Anyways I was gonna have my 8 year old cousin at the time write all the smiley faces on the envelope, saying hi daddy...are u my daddy, draw pictures with him saying love you daddy etc. etc. Attached with the letter I was going to write this long drawn out letter about how he met me on a one night stand at a local bar and I got knocked up and our kid is five now. I then made it look like I had been tracking him for five years and just found him now.

    In addition, I was going to mail the letter from that city to make it look real and I had a bum phone number ( a friend of mine ) so that he could call, if he wanted to see his child. Plus I was going to have the letter mailed to him at the dept.

    See I owed him bad and was going to carry it out. However I guess there's some unwritten rule about practical jokes that might ruin marriages, so I had to be talked out of it. Still ****es me off because that would have been a classic.

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  • Migraman
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  • Migraman
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    Originally posted by wmac
    I don't know if you guys do this in the States, but here in Canada, when a criminal dies, we take a thumbprint or fingerprint to compare to criminal records. Needless to say, this is not a popular duty. We decided to set up a practical joke on two newbies...

    We had one of our guys stretch out on table in the morgue, covered with the cliche white sheet. Of course, the room was darkened except directly over the "corpse" and a video camera on tripod in the corner.

    The two newbies walked in, quietly chatting. One said to the other "I think the guy just moved!" and the other said "Naw, it's just the sheet." As soon as the first guy touched our "corpse's" hand, the corpse reanimated and screamed.

    It's hard to say who moved more quickly... the corpse or the newbies... The corpse started laughing... the newbies started cussing. Mission accomplished!

    -Mac
    Very, very nice.

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  • wmac
    are we there yet?

  • wmac
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    I don't know if you guys do this in the States, but here in Canada, when a criminal dies, we take a thumbprint or fingerprint to compare to criminal records. Needless to say, this is not a popular duty. We decided to set up a practical joke on two newbies...

    We had one of our guys stretch out on table in the morgue, covered with the cliche white sheet. Of course, the room was darkened except directly over the "corpse" and a video camera on tripod in the corner.

    The two newbies walked in, quietly chatting. One said to the other "I think the guy just moved!" and the other said "Naw, it's just the sheet." As soon as the first guy touched our "corpse's" hand, the corpse reanimated and screamed.

    It's hard to say who moved more quickly... the corpse or the newbies... The corpse started laughing... the newbies started cussing. Mission accomplished!

    -Mac

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  • concon02
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  • concon02
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    Originally posted by Delta784
    Buy a bicycle tire inner-tube. Cut off two pieces about 2 feet long each, then stretch them over the exhaust pipes of your target's cruiser. There should be about a foot dangling off each end.

    When your target starts his cruiser and drives away, the escaping exhaust will make the rubber tubing sound like giant whoopie cushions. Everyone will wonder who is driving the farting cruiser. This works especially well in the summer/winter, when the windows are rolled-up and the A/C or heat is cranked, so they don't hear it themselves.
    haha. That made me laugh. I've never heard that one before.

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  • kcpd1143
    Sgt Chandler

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    I've been known to be sleezy (thus my nickname) so when I found myself caught up in a pratical joke war I did the following:

    I posted on of my partners buisness cards on a bulletin board in a nightclub and wrote (One of Ours) on the card. Well it was a gay bar I put it in.

    I've take out "alternative adds" for my enemies in the local alternative papers.

    Glitter in the Air Vents works well on the hot sticky days. Makes your enemy look "special", it's really hard to get off when your sweaty.

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  • jtm553
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  • jtm553
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    Use baby powder in the vents.... just make sure it's the end of the shift......the smell lasts for weeks ..............

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  • iguana832
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  • iguana832
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    i have been a combatant in several joke wars. mostly at my old dept which was less politically correct then where i work now. here are the ones i remember 1) for detectives or anyone driving a desk, soak the entire seat cushion with water. if you just put a little bit it will show. if you soak the entire seat it is one, uniform color. your target will have no idea until after he sits down. 2) also for desk jockies, buy party popper(those little round things that you pull the string and it pops and shoots out streamers) use fishing line and rig the poppers to your targets chair, phone, desk drawers etc. anything your target moves in his office. target goes to pull his chair out to sit down and POP. 3) fill your targets veh with shredded paper from the shredder room. 4) fill vents with baby powder, oc, glitter etc 5) put stray cats and dogs in veh 6)put vaseline, lotion, oc etc under veh door handle 7)fill out mag subscriptions for your target home address 8)put broken veh glass outside of patrol veh and roll window down 9)fingerprint powder on phone or steering wheel 10)we had a cop deathly afraid of snakes. we got a rubber snake, placed it on driver floorboard, went in through passenger side door and tied fishing line from snake to drivers door. target opened door and snake jumped at him. he dumped three rounds into his floorboard. we got in trouble for that one but lt still liked it. 11)with our old mdc system we could format a message to look like a call for service. we would send rookies to some heinous call ie a rape with multiple victims and suspects, or to a mountain top to help a local weather man look for tornadoes12) while on a call with your target and in the presence of some citizen ask your target how his hemmorhoid surgery went and you are surprised he is back to work so quickly. you can also do this while eating lunch when the pretty young waitress is at your table. 13)last but not least is my ongoing favorite. nut jokes. i use dozens of them on everybody. i probably forgot some but this should hold you over. to the victor goes the spoils.

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  • Tasdave
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    A bloke on our shift had his own personal coffee mug with his favourite football team on it.(He seemed to spend most time at the station drinking from it) Upon his party for leaving and transferring to another District he was presented with various anonymous photographs taken of our local drunks/crooks in the cells all drinking out of his coffee mug and giving a big thumbs up for the camera.

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  • Planetkillr
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  • Planetkillr
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    Some of the one's I've used in the past have already been posted...But, I still have a few.

    Put on a thick rubber glove. Stray a small amount of O.C. Pepper Spray on the tips of the gloved fingers. Get into your "victims" car and you can lightly rub the O.C. on the gear shift, the radio knobs, the steering wheel. If ya'll have to wear your patrol hat everytime you exit the car or when you are on a traffic stop rub the O.C. on the inside rim of the hat. Now, you don't want to put alot of O.C. within the car because the "victim" will be able to smell it. To off set the smelly car start playing with your O.C. around them and the car prior to him getting in it. Sure, he'll figure out it's you, but the victim is likely to overlook the O.C. in his hat and that is the one that will effect them the most anyway.... Hot summer day + O.C. inside hat= a Hot head! Inmore than one way

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  • toad131
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  • toad131
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    We can unbolt our lockers from the floor. I have seen them on the roof of the pd. The best was the traveling locker. We took one locker and one digital camera. We took the locker to all of out local Sh*& holes. We had prostitutes, and crack heads posing with his locker. Then we would just e-mail him the pics.

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  • zebra305
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  • zebra305
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    This works great, did it to another officer and drove him nuts! (After he got me). Get as many packing peanuts as you can find. A minimum of a trashbag full. Then, fill the trunk of the cruiser. Every open space, put packing peanuts. Include the gas cap, inside the vents, under the seats, in the glove box. If you have a lightbar with regular screws, throw a few inside the alley lights and takedowns as well. Stick them behind the license plate. If you can unscrew the taillights and side marker lamps, alls the better. Don't neglect sticking them on the radio antennas, and side view mirrors. It will take forever to get rid of them all. Then, stick them inside the miscreants locker (the vents on lockers work great for this). You can keep this game up for weeks.....and eventually, start calling your "mark" by his first name, followed by "....the peanut man". As in, "Johnny the Peanut man", etc.

    Have fun!!!

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