Topic: Re: OT What pranks did you pull when younger?
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When I was about 10 (1950) my Grandpa was talking about the old threshing crews and the jokes they pulled on each other . He said a popular one was to slip an egg into a guys back coveral pocket.
I thought that was a great one. The next day Grandma gave me an egg from the chicken house and as Grandpa headed out the door to do morning chores I slipped it into his pocket. He was gone several hours and when he got home I couln't wait to hear his tirade. But he went over to the coat rack, hung up his jacket, and headed for the kitchen table. Just before sitting down he reached into his pocket pulled out the egg, and handed it to me with a really gleeful smile on his face. He obviously felt me slip it in there and set it aside while he did chores.
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