10 car pranks played by really bad friends
Because “it’s just banter, mate” can only go so far
One of the best things about friends is their ability to take a joke. But when you start messing with their motor, that friendship is pushed to its limit.
Here are 10 ways you can lose friends but have a bit of a giggle in the process. Bear in mind that we don’t recommend you do any of these. Play nice, kids.
— Fill Werrell (@FillWerrell) October 4, 2012
Now just kick back and watch them do a rage-induced inspection of the car.
As much as I hate my car being violated I think this is a great prank. Figured I'd post it anyway. pic.twitter.com/M68A6012E5— Thomas Kuhn (@Not_Thomas_Kuhn) April 27, 2015
Because some things are worth raiding the office stationary cupboard for.
Painted rainbow all the way across the sky
Cruel it may be, but you can’t deny that it’s kind of beautiful in its own way.
Ain’t no party like an exhaust pipe party
Offset their carbon footprint with the sound of a thousand birthdays.
Magnetised coffee cup
Glitter / confetti in the air vent
Give that special someone the party vibe. Just make sure you leg it before anyone mentions clean-up.
Why you should never fall asleep in the car
The classic “OMG we’re going to crash!” fake scream that’ll guarantee to give your mate the willies.
The standard clingfilm prank
— RTÉ Pulse (@RTEPulse) March 16, 2016
As a true friend, you should offer to help them clear up. After watching them struggle for 20 minutes, of course.
Neighbours have been busy again#wingswednesday pic.twitter.com/mjpyCjokgV — Caroline Shield (@simonshieldcars) March 16, 2016
For the wannabe boy racer with zero cash. As pranks go, these awful mods are by far the nicest to look at.
Put them in a sticky situation
They moved my car so I couldn't find it after school, and put Vaseline under my door handle, thanks mom and dad pic.twitter.com/tAK62OFqGF— hayles♡ (@NoelleHayleigh) April 1, 2015
Add a generous helping of Vaseline under the door handle to ensure that your friend achieves maximum levels of disgust.