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When I was 17, I was always hanging out with the older kids, and a lot of times, the kids that graduated would come back and play pranks. I was a huge, huge, huge prankster.
I do sometimes find it interesting when I look at a lot of the pranks that are out there, and I see kids doing the exact things that I did in the ’90s. Like, I would go out on the street on crutches and fall down, and people would help me. Or I would paint my parents’ house plaid; I’ve seen that replicated.
At the end of the day, I know that I make my living by dressing up, fooling around, playing pranks and giving people a good time. I am enjoying the ride.
I was a shy kid but also very mischievous. Because I looked super innocent, no one could really call me out on my pranks.
I joke every day, pranks, sometimes.
We’re barely a prank show, in my opinion. We don’t consider it that, we don’t call our stuff pranks. The challenges that we do are more social experiments that put each other in awkward situations.
If anything, ‘Friday Night Dinner’ is quite mean. All these pranks that we play on each other, there’s a lot of hitting and slapping and jumping at each other trying to scare each other. But underneath it all it is a family, so we all love each other.
My pranks have never been about getting a negative reaction. They’ve always been a tolerance test for the person I’m engaging with.
It’s not like I grew up playing pranks on people, and I was not that girl in school.
We give each other a hard time, but no pranks.
I’m always trying to play pranks on people and doing silliness, singing extremely badly and extremely loudly on set.
When I was in school I used to prank my teachers all the time. But I was really, really nice. I love to make people laugh. And even in those pranks, the teachers would laugh most of the time.
I kid around a lot, but pranks are not my best strength!
I guess when I was a kid I wasn’t the type of person playing a lot of pranks. I was the type of person upon whom pranks were pulled.
I just love pranks, man. They’re great. I don’t understand why people don’t do ’em more often.
I met Woz when I was 13, at a friend’s garage. He was about 18. He was, like, the first person I met who knew more electronics than I did at that point. We became good friends, because we shared an interest in computers and we had a sense of humor. We pulled all kinds of pranks together.
Anonymous blog comments, vapid video pranks and lightweight mash-ups may seem trivial and harmless, but as a whole, this widespread practice of fragmentary, impersonal communication has demeaned personal interaction.
During my early years, I was mercurially lively, always in motion, spilling over with pranks, impertinent and precocious, and, at the same time, intractably stubborn and angry if anything went against my will.
For about 30 years, Halloween was taken over by pranksters. By the ’30s, pranks were causing cities millions of dollars of damage. They considered banning Halloween in many cities, but instead, parents got together and came up with party ideas for kids, and a lot of them involved dressing up and costuming.
For too long, we’ve allowed ourselves to equate targeted bullying with innocent teasing, or dismissed it as pranks and ignored the torment and long-term impact that an incident like this has on young people.
I’ve been doing pranks my whole life, so I guess I’m pretty good at it.
I don’t really do pranks any more. I have a laugh in the dressing room here, where it’s safe, and the guys don’t go to the papers and tell them what I’ve done.