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    Happy April Fools Day!!!!
    bpcookie posted:
    Have you played any April Fools Day pranks on anyone today? Has anyone played one on you? How about past April Fools Day pranks? Any prank ideas?

    Here is one that I am pulling on hubby. I took one of my greetings cards and hot glued a big, broken screw to it. To make it look like the screw is going through the card. I glued a magnet to the back of the card and stuck it to the fridge. On the counter I put a screw driver. My hubby is gonna see that and think I had lost my temper and screwed the card into the fridge. LOL. hehehe

    Here are some pranks you can play on ppl.

    1. Tape their cell phone under a desk, or chair. Then keep calling their cell phone.

    2. While someone is watching tv, take a universal remote, hide where they can't see you and keep changing the channel.

    3. Dip the tip of your friends cigarette into a gum numbing gel.

    4. Stuff ping pong balls into your friends mail box.
    We will be friends until we are old and senile,.........then we will be new friends!!

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