The Funniest, Grossest, Craziest, Not-Mean Pranks on the Planet!
By Julie Winterbottom
(Workman Publishing, Paperback, 9780761167563, 224pp.)
Publication Date: March 2013
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Every day is April Fools Day. Pure heaven for the prankster, "Pranklopedia" is as indispensable a compilation of pranks as Jokelopedia is a collection of jokes.
Written by longtime "Nickelodeon Magazine" editor in chief Julie Winterbottom, "Pranklopedia" is a complete prank encyclopedia. It includes over 70 pranks, with step-by-step directions; a full-color, sixteen-page insert of supplementary materials, including tasty soup can labels ("mmm," Cream of Sparrow Soup ) and a winning lottery ticket; recipes for such essential prank-stuff as fake snot, fake vomit, fake ice cream; tips on how to pull the perfect prank; profiles of famous pranks and pranksters; even a prank woven right into the book spot the fake entries in the Prankster Hall of Fame.
As for the pranks themselves they re priceless. Classics like short sheeting the bed and the dancing dollar. There's the crude mouse turds in ice and "really" crude make fake, edible dog poop. And there are pranks especially good to pull on your parents deliver the Take Your Teacher Home Day letter from school and watch them freak out.
One word of caution: Use common sense in deciding how often to use "Pranklopedia," or you might find yourself looking for a new place to live.