Hi Masshole Mommy readers. Chris here again with another guest post.
Now many of might not know this, but before I became the COOL, SUAVE, SEXY, EXCITING accountant that I am today, I was a nerdy, uncool, boring firefighter.
Right out of high school I was a firefighter in the military and I traveled all over the world for over 11 years. One of the things that I really miss about the fire department is the practical jokes that we played on each other. Today I will tell you about some of my favorites that I played on other guys.
One night I snuck into a guy’s room while he was sleeping and put nicotine patches on his legs. He woke up all nauseous in the morning. Don’t worry – he was fine. Just a little (or a lot) mad.
Another time while I was stationed in South Dakota, myself and a couple of other guys buried this one other guys car completely in snow. One of my favorite pranks was writing on a guy’s windshield with Oreos “Have a Nice Day”. Another good joke that I have done again and again is to pick a guy and decorate his car with ribbons, steamers, cans and write on it “Just Married”. Another easy one is to put their bed on top of 4 soda cans so when they lay down, it falls down.
A real mean one is to throw powdered Kool-Aid on someone right when they finish taking a shower -before they dry off and then have another buddy ring the alarm so that the guy with the Kool-Aid all over him goes running to the fire truck covered in red. One that took me some time was to sew the cuffs on their long sleeve shirt together so that they couldn’t put their hand through (so fun to watch). Another mean one is to take a boot and fill it with water and put it in the freezer. Also, in South Dakota, during the annual biker week, we made a HUGE sign with plywood that said free camping for bikers with this one guys address and the next morning when he got off duty he found 3 tents on his front lawn.
But all the jokes are done with love and being the instigator that I am, in the next blog post I will tell you all the jokes that were done to me.