on October 4, 2010
Like the header says - pure garbage. Save your money because this is simply the most worthless publication I have ever read. At best, I suspect that a 5-year-old might (I stress the word "might") find more of these practical jokes funny. At worst, the practical jokes (I use the term loosely) are boring and unimaginative, put into a format that is pure drivel. Honestly, I only found three (THREE!) of the listed "pranks" as funny, but has to disqualify two of them as "practical" due to the fact that they would undoubtedly result in my getting fired from my job. So, that leaves me with one - ONE - tidbit which I would qualify as a joke that would be both funny and "practical".
Bottom line: Not worth the paper it's printed on....
on April 21, 2013
This is one of the more funny books i have read. It consistes mainly of a large quantity of collected pranks, divided into different chapters. This book combined with M3, Sir John Hargrave's Mischief Maker's Manual would be the perfect combination for every prankster or mischief maker on any level.
I almost laughed myself to death reading through the various pranks and their variation.
I highly recommend this book, but if you are looking for inspiration to pranks, i would suggest you to read M3, Sir John Hargrave's Mischief Maker's Manual first.
Overall, a very good book, with a very funny theme.
(Containes almost just pranks)