I have not!
GOLD / pineapple / 12662 posts
Nope! But I have gone knicker knocking.
GOLD / wonderful pea / 17697 posts
Yes, I TP'd a house when I was a teenager...in my defense it was a friend's house, and they helped, lol.
GOLD / wonderful coffee bean / 18994 posts
Yes, however it was something we did during homecoming week as cheerleaders to senior atheletes...so it was for school
I did water balloon the school during senior skip day when all the students were standing outside for lunch...and we got in big trouble Only in a small school do they make it so easy! haha
coconut / 8843 posts
Nope I haven't. Although my 16 year old brother has, and he actaully got caught by the cops, and was arrested and given a fine. The police drove him back home (it was 3AM and my brother snuck out of the house) woke my parents up, and told them what happened. They were pissed, but I thought it was hilarious!
coconut / 8234 posts
No, but I always wanted to.
GOLD / papaya / 10206 posts
I was always tok chicken
wonderful grape / 20453 posts
My high school softball team toilet papered our coach's house. It happened every year, so he knew it was coming and expected. His daughters (also on the team) were expected to clean it up. It was the only time I did it!
grapefruit / 4120 posts
I did this for the first time (TPing) in grad school. I know, late bloomer. It was AWESOME. We got several people's boyfriends and a random dude from our class who our friend had hooked up with. I felt like a total hoodlum.
When I was younger my youth group did marshmallow the priest's yard from our church. But that doesn't count because she was cool with it.
grapefruit / 4817 posts
I've TP'd a few houses. I'd never egg, though. That's just mean.
A group of kids egged my high school as their senior prank. They all got caught because they left the egg cartons which said "Winn Dixie" on them. So the principal went to the only Winn Dixie in town, had them watch the surveillance video, and found every kid that bought eggs the day before. There were like 5 of them, and they all had to spend a week scrubbing the school from too to bottom. It was awesome.
honeydew / 7916 posts
In HS my friends and I went to the home of a boy my friend liked and TPed his tree...it wasn't actually that exciting.
And we did make the mistake of having a water balloon fight at school in front of the windows of classrooms that were in the middle of class. It was fine until I screamed! So we ended up with lunch detention the next day, which wasn't even that bad because we just sat at the back of a science class.
pumpkin / 15785 posts
House no. Car yes. Also threw mud on it and put dog poop under the handles.
GOLD / wonderful coconut / 33357 posts
Yes! I had a sleepover for one of my birthdays. And we thought my Mom was so cool when she suggested we do a neighbor's house. She told me years later, she had cleared it with the neighbors and made sure it was ok.
blogger / wonderful cherry / 21490 posts
Nope! My brother got arrested for egging.
pineapple / 12802 posts
Our car was recently egged. Lovely!
However, my husband and his football teammates carried their coaches VW rabbit into the middle of the football field. LOL.
wonderful olive / 19345 posts
Nope, but my friend and I had an annual prank war, but none led to egging or TP-ing the other person.
kiwi / 629 posts
Nah. I don't like pranks really... just seems mean.
I have played ding dong ditch though.
nectarine / 2524 posts
May have tp'd my parents house last year with my brothers for my dad's 60th birthday.
pear / 1554 posts
Tp'ing yes. Egging's not a very nice thing to do. My friends and I forked a yard once....we stuck plastic forks all over in the yard. I grew up in a small town in WI. We had to come up with creative ways to keep outselves amused.
persimmon / 1127 posts
I have...once (: it was so fun, but I felt a little bad afterwards /:
@smurfette- I LOVE that your mom would do that. I'm going to try to remember that for when LO is older (: I just hope it wouldn't lead to her wanting to do it again... (:
GOLD / papaya / 10687 posts
I "wrapped" a house (that's what we called it in middle-of-nowhere-west-Texas) many, many times when I was in Middle school. Then at least 2-3 times in HS. Sometimes, we also oreo'd cars (used opened, licked oreos to spell out things on car windows) and "forked" yards (used boxes of plastic forks, and put forks all over their yards).
It was a small town, there wasn't a lot to do during sleepovers and in our town, and it was generally considered "all in good fun". Most times, we would even go back the next day to help clean up. Generally, it meant you were "popular" if your house was wrapped a lot.
Once, someone's dad came out and threatened to shoot us, and we ran all the way home, screaming, in the dark...and it was about 2 miles. Then the mean dad's son snuck out and knocked on my bedroom window, which made us all scream again.
Another time (in HS), a group of us tried to wrap a friend's house because we'd all gone out and he'd bailed on us--we were like, 17, and all in my friend's Jeep Cherokee. The guy friend was up late, and heard us, so came outside with his older brother and we all ran back to the jeep, and they ran to their car to follow us. The guy driving the jeep decided the only way to get away was to go off-road and he drove right into the middle of a cotton field....
Where we got stuck.
Growing up in the country does have its perks.
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