Harmless, But Awesome, Car Pranks A car is a Valuable piece of a person's life. Never should you depreciate its value or be doing. With that said, there is no reason not to fuck in completely harmless ways at the expense of other people's emotions with it. Keep in mind, your friend's fear, frustration and confusion is the fuel for you laughter. Leaving out things such as egging and lunch meat on the paint, we have for you some sound examples of how you can leech out these emotions. Awesome, Car Pranks, although here are 10 Harmless.
Filling a Car with Shredded Paper, Ping Pong Balls or Packing Peanuts
This one is Possible in 2 situations: Either the kid left his windows down or you've got access to a secret to his car. Based on your degree of accessibility, do you intend to fill each and every inch of the vehicle using either paper, ping pong balls, or packing peanuts. We're talking about within the glove box, in the ash tray, even at the CD case (oh wait, those do not exist). Should you're Feeling additional sneaky, pop the back fill that and lift up the spare tire compartment. Imagine their faces when they go to correct a months and find a lot of crumpled up news covering the tire. Each one presents its own problem: Tiny, painful cuts the risk of creating a ping pong avalanche when you open your own door, in the shredded paper, or even the hassel of the styrofoam scraps from the peanuts. It's going to be a hassel to clean up.
Ball Pit on Wheels
Sure, you Fill their car with live weasels, but filling it up with little balls is a good deal less inclined to get you arrested. It is also cheaper. This prank happens to be why we recommend you do not drive a car with a sunroof or windows that are tinted.
This is a example of enjoyment with GPS, but remember: many GPS systems possess many voices that may be covered, downloaded, and installed without the knowledge of the owner. Like, say, Homer Simpson.
Horn Swap Surprise
It is, in Fact, very possible (and even relatively simple) to hook up a boat or train horn to your auto in place of its regular horn. Obviously, it does have a tendency to catch pedestrians and other motorists a little bit off guard.
The Tape That Binds
Although They do not show it in this clip, the Mythbusters find that, yes, duct tape will hold a car securely. In 20 mph.