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Old 10-20-04, 05:13 PM
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Help with a prank

I want the opposite of Ex-lax...is there any kind of chocolate stool hardener?
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Ouch. Stoney BM?
Old 10-20-04, 05:16 PM
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Hey, it's that bad. And he deserves it!
Old 10-20-04, 05:19 PM
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5x Imodium AD.
Old 10-20-04, 05:22 PM
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I hate to spoil your party, but messing with someone in this manner really opens you up for litigation should something go wrong. What if he has an adverse reaction to whatever substance you are planning to slip him and gets sick or dies? There are much better pranks than messing with someone's insides.
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Originally posted by Numanoid
I hate to spoil your party, but messing with someone in this manner really opens you up for litigation should something go wrong. What if he has an adverse reaction to whatever substance you are planning to slip him and gets sick or dies? There are much better pranks than messing with someone's insides.
Ya but his murder will be easier to cover up if it is from an over the counter medicine.
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Not that I can think of but maybe you can give us a little more information here? There are a lot of sick and twisted minds floating around here, and I'm sure one of them can come up with something sick and twisted (not to mention safer than messing with someone's insides, thank you numanoid).
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wow you really want to get back at this person eh? what kinda of things did they do to you?
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Originally posted by weargle
5x Imodium AD.
Yeah, give him that and codeine for a couple of days. He'll feel fine, just kind of full. Then suddenly stop giving him those and turn on the ex-lax.

Nah, you better not.
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Especially if its my boss?
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Is that anyway for a princess to act?
Old 10-20-04, 05:50 PM
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Why don't you just accuse him of sexual harassment like normal people?
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I demand a back story before offering any assistance.
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Reminds me of when i was a cook 10 years ago...
for diner we served Veal Marsala to the Waitresses..

nothing like a good creamy Marsala sauce laced with Ex-lax...

oh god,~

waitresses running out of the Kitchen and into the Bathroom all night....

Cruel and Stupid now-

but funny as hell back then...
Old 10-20-04, 09:34 PM
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Ah, he's sometimes a bit of a dick. Nice guy, irritating boss. Right after I posted my first reply to this thread he called me on the Nextel (we work in an office, so everyone can hear, and it's supposed to be a professional environment). He says to come in there so he can yell at me. I told him I didn't really feel like being yelled at again, so tell me what I did this time. He wanted an Action Item updated and said to do it ASAP, and instructed me not to breathe until it is done. That's the way he is--2 modes--urgent and emergency. So I did exactly what he said, added 3 items to the Action Item listing and put their urgency on there. Whoever created the Action Item that I modified had 2 duplicates in there and I didn't bother to proof their work. I guess I should've done more than what I was told, but he gave it the gravest sense of urgency (and like I said, most things are that way with him). This is just a typical behavior from him.

Anyway, I have an interview with the guy that "stood me up" last week. I'm going to listen to my gut more than my head with him. I'm eager to get out of where I am (and I probably won't give my boss stool hardeners, but it's fun to think about), however, I don't want to jump just to jump. I hate job hopping.
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based on what I've read, just feed them a few MREs
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Originally posted by mikehunt
based on what I've read, just feed them a few MREs
Like Hot Pockets?
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"Action Item"
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Oh good lord, he's full of them. He's the pointy haired boss, so many damned buzz words. He speaks like a bee. It would be funny if it were not my worklife reality.
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I loved reading Dilbert...until one day I realized that I was working in a cubicle, and the reason the comic was funny....was because I swore they were writing it about my office, and I just haven't seen my pointy haired boss yet.

-pedagogue
Old 10-20-04, 10:52 PM
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Wait until they leave their house and then smear all the walls...with poop.
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no, actual military surplus ones, like these
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd/p...DX64KA9FV64VB0

Originally posted by PrincessT
Like Hot Pockets?
Old 10-20-04, 11:30 PM
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Originally posted by pedagogue
I loved reading Dilbert...until one day I realized that I was working in a cubicle, and the reason the comic was funny....was because I swore they were writing it about my office, and I just haven't seen my pointy haired boss yet.

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at least you have a cubicle...
Old 10-21-04, 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by PrincessT
Ah, he's sometimes a bit of a dick. Nice guy, irritating boss. Right after I posted my first reply to this thread he called me on the Nextel (we work in an office, so everyone can hear, and it's supposed to be a professional environment). He says to come in there so he can yell at me. I told him I didn't really feel like being yelled at again, so tell me what I did this time. He wanted an Action Item updated and said to do it ASAP, and instructed me not to breathe until it is done. That's the way he is--2 modes--urgent and emergency. So I did exactly what he said, added 3 items to the Action Item listing and put their urgency on there. Whoever created the Action Item that I modified had 2 duplicates in there and I didn't bother to proof their work. I guess I should've done more than what I was told, but he gave it the gravest sense of urgency (and like I said, most things are that way with him). This is just a typical behavior from him.

Anyway, I have an interview with the guy that "stood me up" last week. I'm going to listen to my gut more than my head with him. I'm eager to get out of where I am (and I probably won't give my boss stool hardeners, but it's fun to think about), however, I don't want to jump just to jump. I hate job hopping.

do you work for a brokerage firm?
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Hide behind his car, then hit him with a tire iron?

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