The penny trick works great. Start by leaving a
penny on yours friends desk, chair, coat
pocket, you know, places where you would
expect to find a penny. Leave one a day for a
while varying the locations. Then start leaving
them in shoes. Socks. Bed. Pillow case. At first
they will ignore the penny but eventually it
will bug them. Took my roommate 3 weeks
until he stroked out one night after finding a
penny embedded in his bar of soap. I highly
recommend this. Drives them mad.
My sister was really passive-aggressive
towards her roommate. She used to eat all the
berries out of Kellog's Red Berries cereal but
leave a small amount enough so she thought
Kellog's was just being an asshole.
Whilst my friend and co-worker took a break
one day I plugged a wireless mouse into the
back of his computer. For the past two weeks I
occasionally jog the mouse, and he's slowly
bring driven insane by it.
Guy at work was complaining that his spoons
were slowly disappearing from the lunch
room. He had brought 6 to work and he was
down to 2. Everyone else in his lab hatched
this plan: every time someone sent him an
email, at the bottom, in white text (i.e.
invisible unless highlighted), everyone would
write "SPOON SPOON SPOON SPOON SPOON
SPOON SPOON". we all did this for several
weeks (he had a gmail account) and that's
when he started losing his mind: every
website he visited had ads for spoons and
flatware! He thought google was reading his
Try to open a bag of chips quietly, for an hour.
Smile all the time.
When you're talking to one of your friends or
somebody you know, always stand just a little
too close, or a little too far away.
Mail them three pink ping pong balls every
day with no explanation or return address, do
this for years, then one day send them a single
green one, and stop.
I went out and bought six interior left hand
doors. All of our interior doors were right
handed. I cut plugs to fill the strike-plate &
hinge mortises, and every few weeks I change
out a door or two, right hands for left, left for
right. It only takes about twenty minutes now:
pull the door, plug the mortises, spackle the
plug seam, chisel the plug from the opposite
side, hang the opposite door and sweep up. I
painted the first few times, but it's a white
jamb and I decided the paint smell was more
suspicious than the unpainted spackle. It's a
thin seam, and my wife wouldn't even know
where to look. She's never said anything
about it, but I've seen her grasp the air where
a doorknob used to be a hundred times.
Sing the Batman theme song (Na na na na)
over and over but never say the Batman part.
You build everyone up for it and it's just not
If you know somebody that has a house phone
and uses it daily, or someone at the office
with one, every day get in early, and take it
apart and add one penny. Repeat this for
months on end until it is a lot heavier than it
used to be. Then, one day, take all of the
pennies out and laugh as they smack
themselves in the face with the phone.
Change the internet explorer icon to the
Every time their sports team loses, tie a red
balloon to their car. Over time, the stimulus of
the red balloon will become attached to the
sadness of their team losing in their psyche.
Then, simply show them a red balloon to
reduce them to tears.
Repeat the last two words of their sentence
I spent a whole day crinkling a disposable
water bottle every time I took a sip. Not
crushing it, just a little crinkle. It caused a
minor freak out at about 2 in the afternoon.
Take their iPod and replace all of their songs
with the Kidz Bop version.
When you are talking to someone, keep
looking at one, specific spot on their face, like
a side of their nose or something. Don't stare
at it all the time, but enough. If they ask if
there's something on their face, act like you
don't know what they are talking about. It
doesn't take that long when they can't
remember what they were talking about.
Step I.) Become an excellent pickpocket.
Step 2.) Specialize in placing things into
Step 3.) Place strange things into their pockets
while no one is watching.
While walking outside in a crowded area,
start looking up in the sky, shade with your
hand, point upwards and whisper something
to whoever you walk with. Then take note
how many other people will spend some time
trying to figure out what you just saw in the
Never finish your
Sew someone's sleeve button a little closer
every few weeks so the person feels like their
arms are swelling.