About 29 N.J. Students Punished After Using Pennies To Pay For Lunch Page 2
|March 1st, 2008||#14|
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Pranks can be pretty funny. One time me, my brother and another one of his friends did an assault on another friend who was basically house watching for a teacher while he was away in Bali. You know, if there's a guy in there doing the every day stuff, there's less chance of theft. So we jumped the fence, cut the fuse and I smashed glass bottles in a plastic bag to simulate the sound of us breaking through the windows. Then my brother and his friend set fire to some barbecue stuff in the front yard. Then we started kicking all the doors so it would sound like there were more guys trying to bust in.
After about a minute of doing that we lose visual on the guy inside.
Later on we found out that he ran upstairs, locked himself in a toilet and called a girl (it was midnight!!) to tell him he was scared and thought he would die.
That was the funniest s*** in the world.
What's even funnier is that after that we pulled back out of sight (we brought bikes). We waited about five minutes before my brother called him. "Hey, I think I left my laptop cable over there and my battery's dead. Can I come over to pick it up?" (He was over at that house two nights ago)
The guy goes "You won't believe what just happened."
The hell we don't. hehehe.
The guy continues "Come here quick!"
So we show up ten minutes later which is funny because it takes 20 minutes to get there normally.
The guy goes "What took you so long??"
Bro: "It's a long trip over here man."
Him: "Man, they broke the glass and came in and stuff. They cut the electricity completely..."
Me: "Really? I don't see any broken windows anywhere." (Because I broke a beer bottle instead)
Him: "....." totally dumb struck.
Brother walks over to the fuse box to inspect it. Flicks the lights back on.
Bro's friend: "So what did you do when they attacked?"
The guy: "I ran upstairs."
Bro: "You didn't fight back?"
The guy: "There was a lot of them and they were real big. Bigger than you." Almost lets out a small smile thinking 'you would have done the same thing.'
We must have been disciplined as hell because I don't know how we didn't burst out laughing.
He said he called his parents and the cops were on the way. We told him it was a stupid idea and that the Indonesian cops would only take money and go home. In any case things would just get unnecessarily complicated. So we left.
You should have seen the look on the guy's face when we broke the true story to him several weeks later. And that teacher who owned the house got to hear the full story too. Worth a million bucks.
|March 1st, 2008||#17|
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That's classic, but I wouldn't be too anxious to try it in America.
On topic: I think using pennies was actually a great way to protest the shortened lunch break. Makes everyone else feel the affects as well.
"Mankind, when left to themselves, are unfit for their own government." - George Washington
|March 1st, 2008||#18|
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I'm the bleeding heart liberal your mother warned you about.
|March 1st, 2008||#19|
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Actually we did it because he gave this whole speech about how he didn't believe in violence and if someone tried to break in, he would use the power of reason.