Topic: Re: OT What pranks did you pull when younger?
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One spring dad ran over a young coyote pup and brought it home for us to see. That night Grandma and Grandpa came over to visit so us kids propped it up next to the porch steps and scared the dickens out of grandma. Grandpa and Dad used to, on the Fourth of July, unwrap the firecrackers and untie them but keep the wick that kept them all tied together. When it got dark out they would light them and throw them behind you and you would think it was a real one! Tried an auto bomb on grandpa's truck once but he found it first. Sometimes when someone would go in the bathroom we would lean a broom against the door so when it was opened it would fall on them. Grandpa used to tell about putting pots and pans on the top of a door so they would fall when someone opened it.
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