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Post by ToxieDogg » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:17 pm

felgekarp wrote:
RetroRik wrote:
video-gamer-girl wrote:oh yeah i did stick a banana up the science teachers Rusty brown Princess 2200 HL car exhaust.

there was a assembly Next day on if some one would like to owned up, i kept quite.
My brain only allowed me to read "oh yeah i did stick a banana up..." and then sent me into a purvy world of make belief.... Sorry... :oops: :wink:

RIK
Mine at least got me this far :D
oh yeah i did stick a banana up the science teachers Rusty brown Princess
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I skived a fair amount at school. Asides from what I've mentioned elsewhere (pretending to be sick so I could play games), we used to have double PE every Tuesday afternoon....I always opted to do swimming because the school swimming pool was right by the back gates....and promptly went straight through them and home early for the day. Surprisingly, I ended up with a 'C' for PE on my report, the guy who did swimming wasn't the regular PE teacher (who would have realised I wasn't there) so I don't even think he knew what I looked like.

I also skived off double English for a while every Friday morning, I got away with it for about 6 weeks until the teacher came storming downstairs to the common room on a tip off, and caught me in the middle of a heated game of 7 Card Rummy with a couple of my mates.....it was just like a scene from 'Skool Daze' (he even looked a bit like Mr Creak) as he started screaming about how many lines I had and herded me back to the classroom for a bollocking :oops: :oops:

I left school for good shortly afterwards.
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Post by Frank Chickens » Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:27 pm

Oh yes, I've been a bad boy VGG so why don't you punish me by starting with a light whipping before moving on to..

This is a PM isn't it? Ahem.


Here's one from my days of junior school where I was the porn baron.

After discovering a large plastic white bag on top of a cupboard in my parent's bedroom, I looked inside to see lots of magazines featuring of lots of women wearing very little.

Having had my interest piqued, the topic was raised with a select few friends in class about my find and it was agreed that a few should be brought in for further examination. While under the cover of various comic annuals the magazines were giving a through viewing and the consenous was that more mags should be seen which I did. The dinner ladies thought it strange that we were inside reading on a sunny day when everyone was outside playing but let it pass.

My downfall came when I got too greedy and got found out with a collection with which David Gold would be impressed by and a meeting with the headmistress was swiftly arranged. At the meeting with my parents in attendance, she couldn't understand what the fascination in the mags were and let me off with a stern admonishment which was nothing in comparison to what my parents did to me.

Still, no regrets about what I did and in future Dad's art literature were more carefully hidden.
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Post by luzur » Tue Jun 17, 2008 12:45 pm

bonerlaw wrote:
woody.cool wrote:
luzur wrote:i ran naked trough the girls locker room (the result of a bet.)
BRAVE MAN :shock: :lol:
Especially in sweden! The cold must have certain effects!

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naw, its not that cold in the locker rooms :P
and i was like 12-13 (not much to show, ifyouknowwhatimean :wink: ) and all the girls did was scream and afterwards there was hell to pay from the gymteacher :lol:

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Post by RetroRik » Tue Jun 17, 2008 1:54 pm

felgekarp wrote:
RetroRik wrote:
video-gamer-girl wrote:oh yeah i did stick a banana up the science teachers Rusty brown Princess 2200 HL car exhaust.

there was a assembly Next day on if some one would like to owned up, i kept quite.
My brain only allowed me to read "oh yeah i did stick a banana up..." and then sent me into a purvy world of make belief.... Sorry... :oops: :wink:

RIK
Mine at least got me this far :D
oh yeah i did stick a banana up the science teachers Rusty brown Princess
felgekarp.. Fantastic mate. You are a comic god.. :lol:
I laughed out loud for the first time in weeks just then.. I think something came loose inside... :lol:

Quality.!!

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Post by felgekarp » Tue Jun 17, 2008 2:26 pm

RetroRik wrote:
felgekarp.. Fantastic mate. You are a comic god.. :lol:
I laughed out loud for the first time in weeks just then.. I think something came loose inside... :lol:

Quality.!!

RIK
I must say I, like may others on here, cannot be held responsible for injuries sustained whilst reading posts on this forum :D
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Post by video-gamer-girl » Tue Jun 17, 2008 3:15 pm

RetroRik wrote:
video-gamer-girl wrote:oh yeah i did stick a banana up the science teachers Rusty brown Princess 2200 HL car exhaust.

there was a assembly Next day on if some one would like to owned up, i kept quite.
My brain only allowed me to read "oh yeah i did stick a banana up..." and then sent me into a purvy world of make belief.... Sorry... :oops: :wink:

RIK

felgekarp: Mine at least got me this far Very Happy :D

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Post by machoman » Tue Jun 17, 2008 4:17 pm

I'm not like a bad person for doing this just interested in this sort of crazy stuff BTW.

video-gamer-girl, my worst thing is kind of like yours, I had been making a firecracker, by the time I had completed it, it was a huge, potato, shaped grenade. I got 2 of my mates to come with me and watch, filmed us going round all of town, trying to set it off, one of my mates and I agreed to go home after a last shot, my other friend volenteered, he threw it as hard as he could at the school wall and omg. It was the loudest thing I had ever heard, it happened all so fast, it made a huge sparky explosion and then smoke filled the area, spiralling into the ground, half of the firecracker landed on the ground, the other was blown into the air, higher than the roof, and believe me it is a tall building, I very quickly closed my camcorder, oh yeah i was filming at the time, grabbed some hot shrapnel and legged it. One of my mates had already ran a mile while me and my other mate ran on and discussed how scary it was, we had to shout as our ears were ringing at the time, when we got home we uploaded the video of it onto my computer and watched it, then we slowed it down, omg i couldnt believe it is was like a grenade, crazy, pyromaniac stuff I tell you!
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Post by ColonelK » Tue Jun 17, 2008 4:46 pm

In 1991, a few of us "broke into" the clock tower in Wigan College. (When I say "broke into", we just pushed the door and it opened.)

We changed all of the clock faces to say different times, in the hope that people driving into Wigan would think they were late for work, and people leaving Wigan at the end of the day would think they left work too early.

It took hours of planning to decide on what time to set everything, and it probably affected so few people.

Fab waste of time!

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Post by Kaptain_Von » Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:07 am

Errrr! At the risk of being accused of shameless self promotion, have a look at my blog for tales of destruction, naughtiness and rampaging psycho ducks.

http://kaptainskonfessions.blogspot.com/
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Post by Loftgroover » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:40 am

My mate used to live next door to a great pub. But then McDonalds bought it and turned it into a drive thru.

So one night we went over there and saw 2 big banners advertising jobs and cheap nuggets. Boosted him up and we pulled em down and stole them. Got em back home and then decided to send a ransom note.

So we dug out some papers and cut out the letters for this really menacing letter demanding 100 cheeseburgers and to show we meant business cut the corner off one to prove we would stop at nothing. Even wore gloves for "forensic means" :D

Headed back over there and stapled it to the door.

For some reason we thought it best to add another mates phone number to it so the next day he got a call from the police threatening him with action if he did not return the 500 quid banners. He went mad at us despite us trying to deny it :lol: "so someone else, not you, who lives next door, stole the stuff, left a note with my name on it?.....LYING twonks!!" :D

A couple of days later they installed a massive cctv system in the car park haha
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Post by woody.cool » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:37 pm

Loftgroover wrote:My mate used to live next door to a great pub. But then McDonalds bought it and turned it into a drive thru.

So one night we went over there and saw 2 big banners advertising jobs and cheap nuggets. Boosted him up and we pulled em down and stole them. Got em back home and then decided to send a ransom note.

So we dug out some papers and cut out the letters for this really menacing letter demanding 100 cheeseburgers and to show we meant business cut the corner off one to prove we would stop at nothing. Even wore gloves for "forensic means" :D

Headed back over there and stapled it to the door.

For some reason we thought it best to add another mates phone number to it so the next day he got a call from the police threatening him with action if he did not return the 500 quid banners. He went mad at us despite us trying to deny it :lol: "so someone else, not you, who lives next door, stole the stuff, left a note with my name on it?.....LYING twonks!!" :D

A couple of days later they installed a massive cctv system in the car park haha
I want you to buy me 500 cheeseburgers for me not to go to the police and tell them that it was you who did it :lol:

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Post by 1500graham » Tue Jul 01, 2008 5:25 pm

When i was about seventeen (1987) i got a job washing cars at the local garage. After a while they started letting me do some minor work on the cars such as servicing and stripping interior for bodywork repairs etc. One day one of the time served blokes instructed me to jack the front end of a Merc up so that he could do something or other to the engine, however the car had been parked underneath a hydraulic ramp which was raised up and had another car sat on top of it.
Without realising that there was a jacking distance of approximately 2 ft between the top of the Merc and the underside of the ramp, i wheeled the trolley jack under the front end and started jacking away (a-hem). For some reason my eyes were fixed on the lower section of the Merc and not it's roof, until i heard the crushing sound of metal that is! To my horror i realised that i had jacked the car up against the ramp and crushed the bloody roof!!! I looked around the garage, quickly considered my options, (a) should i lower the jack a bit and deny doing the damage? (b) say that the jack started to work on it's own, (c) actually own up to my mistake and take the flak.
Instead, i collected my coat and went home and didn't give it another thought, until three or four days later when i popped into the office for my monthly paid wages. The wage packet was duly handed over by a chap who did the accounts and off i went, chalking this one up as another lesson on the learning curve.
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Post by The Master » Tue Jul 01, 2008 6:31 pm

woody.cool wrote:I want you to buy me 500 cheeseburgers for me not to go to the police and tell them that it was you who did it :lol:
You'll pork up though.....
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Post by woody.cool » Fri Jul 04, 2008 4:33 pm

The Master wrote:
woody.cool wrote:I want you to buy me 500 cheeseburgers for me not to go to the police and tell them that it was you who did it :lol:
You'll pork up though.....
..... not much different to me now!

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Post by STranger81 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:08 am

in science lessons when we had the bunsen burners and all those foul smelling chemicals a friend of mine used to take the bunsen off the rubber tube, turn the gas on a little and light it.

it was really funny, until he set fire to a poster about fire safety (wheres the irony in that) and got suspended.

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