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2012-05-30 07:32:58 PM  
When I worked as an IT guy in a hospital I would sometimes rename a file of ducks quacking as "startup.wav" and turn the speakers up to full volume of people's pc's.

/my favorite though was setting one to start up with the Beavis and Butthead quote "My people have but one bunghole"
 
2012-05-30 07:33:03 PM  

Juc: netizencain: Annoy-A-Tron

I've gotta second this.

I planted one around my boss a few years back and it literally drove him insane after about 3 days, and us moving the annoyatron a little each time he went on his many breaks.

It seems all it takes to break a man is a little patience an an annoying random beep noise.


if you browse the thinkgeek site... they now have anoy-a-tron 2 as well as a smaller evil-tron... someone must be buying them.
 
2012-05-30 07:33:07 PM  
For all of the people talking about icons and screenshots, I present to you this. Your part is at the end.

For anyone though, it's a good watch.

The Website is Down
 
2012-05-30 07:33:18 PM  

DiamondDave: I used to work in a warehouse that had old Texas Instruments terminals in the workstations. Green type on a black screen. My "team leader" was an old woman deathly afraid of computers. If you hit the wrong button, you'll shut down the entire eastern seaboard. Her basic job was to do NOTHING all day except order people around and take credit (and collect a paycheck) for everyone else's work.

I would wait until she was away from the terminal and change the font color to black against a black background. She would flip out and call IT to come fix it, then literally run away from the evil computer. With her away, I would change the type back to green so that IT would find nothing wrong. They would leave and I would change it back to black, repeating the cycle.

Eventually IT went to management and had her demoted and me put in her place. I used my promotion as a springboard to launch my career in the company and eventually made operations manager. She retired early because she couldn't handle the physical part of the job. Last I heard she was forced into moving in with her daughter because she hadn't put anything away as a savings. Retirement accounts are evil too.


Dude, you're an ass.
 
2012-05-30 07:33:18 PM  
I agree that office practical jokes should be aimed to be harmless. I prefer the 'delayed action' jokes. My favorite may not have been discovered yet:

I had a boss who was retired Army; and he had displayed proudly on his office wall a photo of his decorations case. He went on vacation one week and I was bored, so... I removed the photo from the frame, scanned it into Photoshop and altered it a bit. I printed the result and reassembled the frame with the color print on top. One of these days someone is going to ask exactly where and how he got the Order of Lenin.

Another boss left his computer unlocked over lunch. I took the opportunity to give myself network share access to his windows folder. I spent the rest of the year messing with his head. His favorite wallpaper, John Wayne in the Green Berets, altered subtly, First Col Wayne became Lt Wayne, Then the flash on his beret was replaced by the gay pride rainbow triangle, Then the earring appeared... His email notification sound tended to change as well.
 
2012-05-30 07:33:21 PM  

Kazujin: I think you're lucky nobody had a broken finger or hand.Mouse traps aren't funny. They hurt.


That was the point.

/no seriously we loosened the spring so it wasn't that dangerous
 
2012-05-30 07:33:29 PM  

redsquid: I used to work at a restaurant with a crackhead who the owner would not fire. Every morning I'd open the restaurant and thered be a charred spoon in the sink and a box of baking soda on the counter. I kept telling the guy to stop leaving the shiat laying around but he kept doing it. Finally I had enough and dumped out the baking soda and replaced it with flower. A few days later the guy came to me and said he was quiting to go to rehab. When I congatulated him and asked what brought this on he told me that a few days earlier he bought some coke at the end of his shift and when he went to cook it up it got all gooey and wouldn't 'rock up' so he went to his dealers house and accused him of selling bad stuff. His guy got pissed, pulled a gun on him, and told him to never come back. My co-worker said that it was the wake up call he had been waiting for and he was done with crack. I admited what I had done, he got pissed for a few minutes then we had a laugh, and the guy has actually been clean for a couple of years.
Sometimes a workplace prank can save a life.


Would have been a better story if his dealer had just shot him. :)
 
2012-05-30 07:34:39 PM  
I once switched someone's computer with a brand new one so they'd boot into a clean system, giving the impression that they'd lost all their work. Harmless, and in the end, not that funny.

At one point the boss hired a friend of his to be a sort of 'manager'. This manager's best work was putting up motivational posters. This was during the 'all your base are belong to us' craze. I printed up the catchphrase and taped it over the motivational poster message. Some of us were amused, few noticed.
 
2012-05-30 07:34:41 PM  

King Something: Ask your coworker to go to the nearest Marine barracks and get a stack of 0311s.


I know a pfc that actually got a hundred feet if shorelines rganx to a retiring cwo4 sea bee.
 
2012-05-30 07:34:53 PM  
Change the windows start sound to something long or something embarrassing and turn up the volume. Did this on the main office computer at college. You could also change it to one of those "hidden" tracks that has a few minutes of silence at the beginning so it would start playing at random while they are using the computer and would have no idea what caused the music to play or how to stop it.
 
2012-05-30 07:35:04 PM  

BoboRod: This entire thread sucks.

/well, only the computer parts
//I'm the poor SOB that has to clean this shiat up


So we're the reason you have a job?
 
2012-05-30 07:35:35 PM  
My coworker right next to me had a picture of her 10 year old son wearing his skateboarding helmet pinned up next to her computer. I scanned it and photoshopped my face into his, making his goofy smile and everything, printed it out and replaced the original.
Two days later when she finally notices she busts up laughing and I look over and deadpan, "cute kid"

That also works for family photos as screensavers
 
2012-05-30 07:35:53 PM  
Several years ago, I had an annoying co-worker who would come in every morning before I got to the office and add two things to my Win95 Startup folder: a .wav of Nelson "Ha Ha!" and an .exe that would flip and invert the screen until I pressed a key. After about two solid weeks of this, I put a stop to it.

I was catching a super-early flight out to see a customer - along with my boss - so the boss and I met at the office so we could carpool to the airport. But first, I had to do a bit of work on my annoyer's PC.

First, I put all of his desktop items in his Recycle Bin. Then, using TweakUI, I removed all of the "permanent" Win95 icons except for My Computer. I set the Windows theme back to the default blue. Finally, I created two shortcuts: Network Neighborhood and Recycle Bin; I changed the icons for each to the default (with the Recycle Bin being the "full" graphic). Network Neighborhood was the screen flipper, and Recycle Bin was "Ha Ha!"

Then I caught my three-hour flight to New York.

When we finally touched down and checked to see how things were going back home, my co-worker wanted to talk to me.

"You got me good. Ha ha."

"Yep."

"I've been reloading Windows all morning since I got in."

"Oh. You could have just gone to My Computer, opened the real Recycle Bin, and put your stuff back..."

"Oh well, too late now."

And that was the end of the pranks on my PC.
 
2012-05-30 07:36:59 PM  

oxycodon: The_Six_Fingered_Man: Let's see.

When I showed up for my first duty station, ......

100 meters of flight line and a 5 gallon bucket of prop wash.

Batteries were BA-1100-Ns.

Brand new officers were told they'd have to fill out an ID-10-T Form for whatever it was they were sent to requisition. Yes, we had this form printed out ready for use.

It was also fun to tell someone to they could find "some random, nonexistent item" in the basement of the hanger.


Ha! I sent a few E-3s below to fetch a Machinist Mate's Punch.

/Hurtz Donut?
 
2012-05-30 07:38:01 PM  

oxycodon: The_Six_Fingered_Man: Let's see.

When I showed up for my first duty station, ......

100 meters of flight line and a 5 gallon bucket of prop wash.

Batteries were BA-1100-Ns.

Brand new officers were told they'd have to fill out an ID-10-T Form for whatever it was they were sent to requisition. Yes, we had this form printed out ready for use.

It was also fun to tell someone to they could find "some random, nonexistent item" in the basement of the hanger.


The batteries were for the Chem-Lights of course.
 
2012-05-30 07:40:19 PM  

oxycodon: oxycodon: The_Six_Fingered_Man: Let's see.

When I showed up for my first duty station, ......

100 meters of flight line and a 5 gallon bucket of prop wash.

Batteries were BA-1100-Ns.

Brand new officers were told they'd have to fill out an ID-10-T Form for whatever it was they were sent to requisition. Yes, we had this form printed out ready for use.

It was also fun to tell someone to they could find "some random, nonexistent item" in the basement of the hanger.

The batteries were for the Chem-Lights of course.


As a flightline guy, we had to redball planes. Our most common complaint was that the radar would not operate as designed. More often than not, it was because the pilot forgot to cycle power to the radar. So we'd have to shut down the left engine, plug in, and have them cycle power. 99% of the time, it worked. The pilots never even looked sheepish about it. When they asked, our standard line was "the front seat stick actuator was interfering with the radar controls."

To my knowledge, none of the pilots ever got the joke.
 
2012-05-30 07:40:32 PM  
hah. speaking of signature blocks- we work a lot with paper mills. Well our company decided to add a 'think about the environment before you print' lines to our signature blocks. So our industrial sales manager had to get chewed completely out by his customer at a paper mill. All this stuff about how trees are a renewable resource and it is more environment-friendly than server farms.

Yeah.. and he sends this insane/angry letter on email.
 
2012-05-30 07:41:09 PM  
Then there was the time in high school when my brother and I got hold of a friend's car keys, cut a spare, and started moving his car to a different space/lot from the one he parked it in every day. Thought he was losing his mind until he figured it out.
 
2012-05-30 07:41:55 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: "the front seat stick actuator was interfering with the radar controls."


Brown Shoe PEBKAC!
 
2012-05-30 07:42:41 PM  

Yuri Futanari: Don't prank co-workers who annoy you, only prank your friends and coworkers who can take a joke. Doing it it to someone you don't like (and likely doesn't like you) won't end well.


that's pretty good advice, but everyone else in the thread who got so worked up over subbys mere suggestion for a bit of fun would make awfully good targets for pranks
 
2012-05-30 07:43:27 PM  
The standard at my company is to send out a mass email "I love ponies" or some such nonsense to one of our email lists. Usually with a picture. The second most popular option is to send one out advertising something for sale at a ridiculously low price, like their car. Or saying they have free food.

This happens daily though, and no one gets fired for it.
 
2012-05-30 07:43:38 PM  
Create a word document. Put the MS Office logo on it and that annoying paper clip help image from Word.

In a large font: "Office Assistant recommends: Cutting and pasting some crap from one of your old docuiments."

Set that as the default document template in Word, so every time they start a new document, that's what they get.

I assume you could do something similar in the other Office modules and similar products.
 
2012-05-30 07:47:16 PM  
Oh man, I need to stop thinking I can maintain accounts on multiple forum sites. It's getting hard to tell the difference between Fark and reddit.

As for answering the actual question, the blue screensaver of death that got mentioned upthread is fun on PCs. On a Mac, I usually just log out and throw an extra space into the username field (or, if the name's already there, swap lowercase L's and capital i's).
 
2012-05-30 07:48:06 PM  

DeltaPunch: One day show up to work early before anybody else. Open the bottom drawer of your coworker's desk and take out any important files. Then spin around and pinch a huge crap in the drawer, and gently -- GENTLY -- replace all the important files back on top. Then carefully close the drawer and go wipe up in the bathroom.

It's gonna be so awesome when he comes into work later... try not to laugh beforehand!


I can vouch for this! Try it!

/try not to laugh though
 
2012-05-30 07:48:18 PM  
Set his/her primary Font to Comic Sans.
 
2012-05-30 07:48:19 PM  
In my childhood, I dealt with wall-to-wall A-types 24/7 for 5 years straight, no vacation, no day off. I cut my teeth on this goof:

Insufferable co-pilot was insufferable for two weeks straight with, "carry my bags or I'll write you up and have you in front of the commander..." In central Australia, I caught him playing the slots in uniform before 10am while we were waiting for the crew bus to take us to the jet. I summoned a security guard, brought him up to speed on my impromptu prank, and set him loose on the unsuspecting GI. Guard informs our co-pilot it is illegal to gamble before noon and he would have to arrest him. Meanwhile, another of the crew is on the phone to the Military Police to get them on board. Someone mentions the consulate, and next thing I know, we have a fabricated international inciden concerning a military officer gambling in uniform. Mil Cops have him in the back of the car for two hours while they are "waiting on a call from the embassy" to see if they release him back to his crew. The crew tells the co-pilot we can't wait on his sorry ass as the sweaties finish the preflight. Dude is in tears, violent, wrenching sobs. We taxi out to the hold short line and the cops final figure enough is enough and let him off the hook.

That was one of the more gentle capers pulled. But I digress...

csb, I know...
 
2012-05-30 07:48:38 PM  
Anyone who leaves their computer unlocked deserves to be farked with. Not in a manner that's damaging, just one that's embarrassing enough which will help them remember to secure their station prior to taking a break. Bonking morons on the head like this is helpful and avoids actual damage from being done.
 
2012-05-30 07:49:21 PM  
Poured some vegtable oil under an employees brand new e36 m3 a decade ago......he didnt even open the hood he called AAA and had the car taken back to the dealer where he got into an argument and was basically banned and told to take his car somewhere else
 
2012-05-30 07:49:32 PM  

Phony_Soldier: redsquid: I used to work at a restaurant with a crackhead who the owner would not fire. Every morning I'd open the restaurant and thered be a charred spoon in the sink and a box of baking soda on the counter. I kept telling the guy to stop leaving the shiat laying around but he kept doing it. Finally I had enough and dumped out the baking soda and replaced it with flower. A few days later the guy came to me and said he was quiting to go to rehab. When I congatulated him and asked what brought this on he told me that a few days earlier he bought some coke at the end of his shift and when he went to cook it up it got all gooey and wouldn't 'rock up' so he went to his dealers house and accused him of selling bad stuff. His guy got pissed, pulled a gun on him, and told him to never come back. My co-worker said that it was the wake up call he had been waiting for and he was done with crack. I admited what I had done, he got pissed for a few minutes then we had a laugh, and the guy has actually been clean for a couple of years.
Sometimes a workplace prank can save a life.

Would have been a better story if his dealer had just shot him. :)


Or they shot each other.
 
2012-05-30 07:50:26 PM  

thucydides: Then there was the time in high school when my brother and I got hold of a friend's car keys, cut a spare, and started moving his car to a different space/lot from the one he parked it in every day. Thought he was losing his mind until he figured it out.


In the mid-90's my boss drove a Ford Festiva. My co-workers and I never cut a key for it, but the four of us could lift it (from the back) and move it wheel-barrow-style into other parking spots.
 
2012-05-30 07:51:39 PM  
i235.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-30 07:51:45 PM  
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=573306752262

This.
 
2012-05-30 07:52:39 PM  
My best prank? Oh, hitting you in the back of the head with a tactical baton, then screwing your wife.

/Jesus, what a dumbass thread........
 
2012-05-30 07:52:45 PM  
Want to drive an engineer nuts.... leave random tiny screws and nuts in the bottom of a camera or laptop bag.
 
2012-05-30 07:53:35 PM  
Added a tiny usb wireless mouse receiver at the back of his computer (those are hardly noticeable, you know).

Then from my cube, every once in a while move the mouse, driving him crazy. He thought his mouse was broken and changed it 3 times before realizing something else was going on, but did not suspect a prank. He thought his Windows was screwed up. Good time.
 
2012-05-30 07:53:54 PM  
Owner of the small shop where I worked was having trouble at home so he kept taking the women from work out to lunch for advice and/or sympathy. They were getting tired of it so we decided to prank him. Office manager made sure he was in his office long enough for me to sneak into the john, change into a skirt she lent me, and get back to my desk. Then she calls him to come to my office. I'm pushed up hard against my desk so he can only see me from the waist up. We start talking about him taking 'the girls' out to lunch. After a couple of minutes I push back from my desk in my steno chair, cross my hairy legs, and ask "What does a guy have to do to get you to take him out to lunch?"

/ Burgers and beers at Kelsey's on the company Visa.
// We never made it back to the office.
/// No, I did not wear the skirt for our 'date.'
 
2012-05-30 07:54:12 PM  

I AM BECOME DERP: In my childhood, I dealt with wall-to-wall A-types 24/7 for 5 years straight, no vacation, no day off. I cut my teeth on this goof:

Insufferable co-pilot was insufferable for two weeks straight with, "carry my bags or I'll write you up and have you in front of the commander..." In central Australia, I caught him playing the slots in uniform before 10am while we were waiting for the crew bus to take us to the jet. I summoned a security guard, brought him up to speed on my impromptu prank, and set him loose on the unsuspecting GI. Guard informs our co-pilot it is illegal to gamble before noon and he would have to arrest him. Meanwhile, another of the crew is on the phone to the Military Police to get them on board. Someone mentions the consulate, and next thing I know, we have a fabricated international inciden concerning a military officer gambling in uniform. Mil Cops have him in the back of the car for two hours while they are "waiting on a call from the embassy" to see if they release him back to his crew. The crew tells the co-pilot we can't wait on his sorry ass as the sweaties finish the preflight. Dude is in tears, violent, wrenching sobs. We taxi out to the hold short line and the cops final figure enough is enough and let him off the hook.

That was one of the more gentle capers pulled. But I digress...

csb, I know...


That was a good one IMO.
 
2012-05-30 07:54:49 PM  
Get their ip address or hostname, then on your pc go to start->run and type in shutdown -m \\ip address or hostname -c pwned -t 05

Works on a domain with admin rights..
/syntax may be a little off but its something like that.
 
2012-05-30 07:54:54 PM  

JasonOfOrillia: BoboRod: This entire thread sucks.

/well, only the computer parts
//I'm the poor SOB that has to clean this shiat up

So we're the reason you have a job?


Damn, you caught me. As I always say, "break it, fix it, get paid for both". Hero. :)
 
2012-05-30 07:54:59 PM  
I searched for kiddie porn on his computer, saved an image on his desktop as his wallpaper,called IT pretending to be him to fix an unspecified glitch. He spent two years in jail is now out on parole and will be on the sex offender list for life!

Good times good times
 
2012-05-30 07:55:37 PM  

Dougie AXP: DiamondDave: I used to work in a warehouse that had old Texas Instruments terminals in the workstations. Green type on a black screen. My "team leader" was an old woman deathly afraid of computers. If you hit the wrong button, you'll shut down the entire eastern seaboard. Her basic job was to do NOTHING all day except order people around and take credit (and collect a paycheck) for everyone else's work.

I would wait until she was away from the terminal and change the font color to black against a black background. She would flip out and call IT to come fix it, then literally run away from the evil computer. With her away, I would change the type back to green so that IT would find nothing wrong. They would leave and I would change it back to black, repeating the cycle.

Eventually IT went to management and had her demoted and me put in her place. I used my promotion as a springboard to launch my career in the company and eventually made operations manager. She retired early because she couldn't handle the physical part of the job. Last I heard she was forced into moving in with her daughter because she hadn't put anything away as a savings. Retirement accounts are evil too.

Dude, you're an ass.


I'm sure she got demoted for far more than this. Sounds like her computer ineptitude was the straw that broke the camel's back for management.

/Karma in action
 
2012-05-30 07:58:51 PM  
The autocorrect one is my favorite, and the one I use the most. I do, however, make it really obvious that something has changed so that the person catches it before they send out an email.
 
2012-05-30 07:59:28 PM  
Dear subby.

It is evident that you are the annoying coworker.

Regards.
 
2012-05-30 08:00:04 PM  

ElPollotonto: I was always partial to the BSOD screensaver myself


That, scroll lock and a few beers to the IT department gets you a long way.
 
Ehh
2012-05-30 08:01:20 PM  
CSB: A coworker hacked the boss's phone and changed the password. Boss got crazy angry after failing to access messages and stormed off to find the IT person. Coworker changed the password back in time for the boss to show the IT person that the phone didn't work. Only it did.
 
2012-05-30 08:01:21 PM  
I might be dating myself, but I miss messing with users on a Token Ring network. It was a two part joke. During the first visit to an office to fix a network problem, you'd make a big deal out of losing the "token" when a cable was disconnected. The second part worked best if you had the users spend at least 10 - 15 minutes looking on the floor for the "token" during the first visit. The next time I went to the office to fix a problem, I'd drop a small washer on the floor. Some user would point and yell, "There it is!!!"
 
2012-05-30 08:02:11 PM  

SPLAMM: My coworkers made a habit of using my flavored coffee creamers that i kept in the main kitchen refrig, even when i put a sticky note on it asking them to respect my property. It continued, so i just emptied a cup of salt into a half empty carton and left it there for all the thieves to enjoy. I checked it a couple days later and it was half gone. I checked it a week later and the level had not moved. Justice is a salt lick.
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I used to keep a stick of butter in the fridge to put on my Friday bagels. I didn't mind a little borrowing from time to time but the line was crossed when someone left me with a tiny little nub that wouldn't even butter half a bagel. The next time I brought butter, I put a sign on the drawer that said, "I licked the butter." Nobody took any more of my butter. But I wouldn't be surprised if people licked it.

And I just remembered a prank I played on my boss in the before time. I installed an extension that would drop the cursor to the bottom of the screen after x minutes of inactivity. Even tho we'd been talking about similar cursor pranks, it still took her almost a week to catch on and I'd forgotten about it. Those are the best pranks because they pay off twice. They're fun to set up and fun all over again when they pay off.

Like the time someone wrote "buttplugs" really big at the bottom of a friend's shopping list on the fridge and it was up there for a month. "Oh, that! Man, I did that when we had that BBQ. I forgot all about it." "That was a month ago. It's been up there all this time? I've had clients in my house!"
 
2012-05-30 08:03:01 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: As a flightline guy, we had to redball planes. Our most common complaint was that the radar would not operate as designed. More often than not, it was because the pilot forgot to cycle power to the radar. So we'd have to shut down the left engine, plug in, and have them cycle power. 99% of the time, it worked. The pilots never even looked sheepish about it. When they asked, our standard line was "the front seat stick actuator was interfering with the radar controls."


On my first ship, we once had trouble getting an ancient (even in the 90's) AN/UYK-7 "mini" computer (about the size of a dorm fridge) to hold it's operational program. We reported the problem to the chain of command and set to troubleshooting it. Now, in the process of troubleshooting these beasts, you often have to take several of the modules (about the size and weight of a cinderblock) out to perform local resistance checks, etc.

As often happens, no bad readings were discovered, but upon putting the whole thing back together to run diagnostics, we discovered that the problem had self-corrected (bad connection, bad air flow, something ...).

We reported to our division officer, a 23 year old know-nothing, that the problem was corrected. He, in turn, notified the department head, who, in turn, notified the captain.

The captain asked the Dept Head what we had replaced or repaired. The Dept Head asked the DivO. The Divo asked us, and we told him that by taking it apart and putting it back together, the fault had cleared.

The explanation goes back up the chain of command to the Captain, who is unsatisfied with the answer. We must have replaced SOMETHING, things don't just FIX THEMSELVES by taking them apart. Captain wants an explanation.

So the Divo comes down and asks us to PLEASE explain what we did to fix it. When it becomes clear that we're going to have to make something up, my boy Clark pipes in:

Clark: "One thing we forgot to mention, sir, is that we did hook up the Bit-Pusher to it."
Divo: "Bit Pusher."
Clark: "Yeah. You know how computers work, right? Everything's bits."
Divo: "Yeah.
Clark: "Ones and zeros."
Divo: "Yeah."
Clark: "Well, you've seen the wiring in that cabinet. Lots and lots of 90 degree turns in it. The ZEROs can get by those turns no problem, because zeros are round. But the ONEs sometimes get stuck, because they're a straight line. So by hooking up the Bit Pusher, we applied pressure and that allowed the data to stream again."
Divo: "Ah, I see! I knew you guys were leaving something out!"

Then he pranced up to the Captain's Cabin to tell him that he got to the bottom of the problem. You can imagine how this story ends.

/Cool Sea Story, Bro?
 
2012-05-30 08:03:31 PM  
on a second occasion, on the same guy, went to Task Manager and killed "explorer" process. If you know windows XP, this process will not start automatically even on restart. Meaning no "start button" until you manually go to Task Manager, go to new Task and type in "explorer".
 
2012-05-30 08:03:53 PM  
You guys are mean.

I'm one of three admins in my IT department, and it's not a good idea to leave an admin logged in. Too much opportunity for accidents or mischief.

The time I found his machine unlocked I composed an email to the department:

I just want to tell you all what a great job you have been doing.
I know I don't express it often enough, so today lunch is on me.

Love Admin


/He's definitely not a "Love" kind of guy, but he bought lunch anyway.
//Never left his machine unlocked again.
 
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