Monday, July 13, 2009


A practical joke or prank is a stunt or trick to purposely make someone feel foolish or victimized, usually for humor. Since pranks are made to make people feel foolish or victimized, there is an inherent strain of cruelty in most practical jokes. OKAY there is nowhere in that definition of consequences or results or pranking. And WHY don't they provide a disclaimer to pranking so the pranker is full aware that what they are doing might come flying viciously back at them???? Maybe if I was taught as a small child the foolish ways a pranker can fall into, I would have reconsidered my recent actions. I blame my parents.

Right now would be a good time to say, I'm nervous and wary for what my near future holds for me.

And for all those out there I, (because no one else feels the need) will provide a disclaimer.

Disclaimer: Although pranking is a thrill of adventure and sets your rebellious side to satisfaction, it can be short-lived and regretted in the end. All those pranking may want to inwardly consider the following : Who am I pranking? What is the prankee capable of? Does the prankee often seek revenge? Is the prankee more clever than I? Do I have several more pranks to put into action if needs be?

So....wish me luck as I continue to shoot wary glances behind me, edge around every corner I encounter and test my young, age defying skin as I wrinkle it with worry.


Mandy said...

Alright Bryan,

What happened?

Lizzy said...

haha. Bry, I need a story. Story please.

Miss Ashley Guymon said...

That was beautiful. Exactly what I was thinking.

Miss Ashley Guymon said...

That was beautiful. Exactly what I was thinking.