foo monkey: There's probably a German word for the last one.
GRCooper: When I was doing PC support for a beltway bandit (CBIS) just out of college, we had a PC "expert" who would install unauthorized utilities based on his extensive PC magazine reading, usually screwing up his machine in the process (never his fault, of course).He was also a smug asshole. Which made the following fun.Once while cleaning up his machine (and being reminded that he could do my job with his eyes closed, but his time was too valuable), I made a .WAV file. It was HUGE. It was also nothing but silence. I transferred it to his machine and fixed his other problems.Once I had his machine fixed I left the office. I returned after he'd left for the day and associated every single action in Windows 3.1 that I could with that monster, silent, sound file. He wouldn't be able to click on a mouse button without the PC grinding to a halt to play the silent file.Then I left for vacation.
Wave Of Anal Fury: My friend thought it would be hysterical to sign me up for a subscription to some gay-themed magazine (I'm straight). I went to the magazine's website and changed the delivery address to his father's (who happens to be a minister)./anonymous prank from the perspective of his father
ReapTheChaos: Also, what you're doing constitutes mail fraud.
little big man: They have those baby formula subscription cards at the hospital that are good for at least 1 sizable box of Enfamil showing up at someone's door, not to mention the bazillions of 'new parent' adverts and mailers that start filling the mailbox. I started signing up my co-workers in a sequence that corresponded to the position of their offices in the hallway and after the third person got theirs, the guy in office #4 asked facilities if he could change offices.
Diogenes: My employers for the past 30 years are totally fooled into thinking I know what I'm doing. HA HA.
kimwim: Diogenes: My employers for the past 30 years are totally fooled into thinking I know what I'm doing. HA HA.sameI signed my boss up for a magazine "Watch"I thought it was for high-end watches,It was for fancy people, what they wore, drove, lived in.
bearded clamorer: I signed up a lazy co-worker to receive mobility scooter brochures at work.
Trainspotr: Not long-running, but I once put a "Missed Connections" ad in the Chicago Reader from the perspective of a guy who one of my coworkers used to see on the bus/el. She saw this guy like once a week and had a huge crush on him. Apparently, I wasn't subtle enough, because she immediately suspected it was fake, and it only took her a couple days to figure out I was the one who did it.
K.B.O. Winston: A friend of mine was once leaving a really bad roommate situation behind and had a good idea for some creative revenge. She sewed shrimp into the fabric of the curtains.
kimwim: K.B.O. Winston: A friend of mine was once leaving a really bad roommate situation behind and had a good idea for some creative revenge. She sewed shrimp into the fabric of the curtains.https://www.snopes.com/love/revenge/s h rimpcurtains.asp
Billy Liar: kimwim: Diogenes: My employers for the past 30 years are totally fooled into thinking I know what I'm doing. HA HA.sameI signed my boss up for a magazine "Watch"I thought it was for high-end watches,It was for fancy people, what they wore, drove, lived in.Sign him up for "Watchtower".
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