A Prankster’s Bible
All your buddies learned real quick not to pass out while you’re around, lest they wake up on the freeway center divide. As a professional prankster, there isn’t a practical joke that you didn’t think of first, or execute better (the locust plumbing fiasco of ’99 comes to mind). However, if you find yourself running low on ideas, you can peruse “The Pocket Guide To Mischief” ($10.00) by Bart King. An instruction manual for crafting mayhem, the guide is full of new and old tricks of the trade like “Practical Jokes Inspired by Ancient Rome” and “Mischief of the Rich and Famous.” Keep it displayed on your coffee table and consider all your friends warned.