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* How does Bill Gates respond when you try to kiss him on the nipple?
* What are the consequences of sending in your tax return, filled out entirely in roman numerals?
* What happens when you wake up e-mail spammers with 4:00 a.m. phone calls?
Action-packed and stocked with laughs, Prank the Monkey follows the quest of one crusader of justice as he dishes out revenge on the world's biggest--and most deserving--targets. Superprankster John Hargrave goes after Wal-Mart, pompous celebrities, and the entire U.S. Senate in this outrageously funny book, exposing them for the chimps they really are--and shows you how to do the same.
This premiere volume features dozens of all-new pranks, more ambitious than any attempted to date, plus updated versions of the stunts that made ZUG famous.
Sir John Hargrave (see the "Royal Pain in the Ass" prank), award-winning Internet humorist, has been pranking the system for years on his comedy website, ZUG.com.
The ZUG.Com site shut down in April of 2013, and sadly, almost none of the material was archived, except the small amount found in this book. At least it is something.Published 7 months ago by DeadCell64
Not for the easily offended, but this is one of the best books I've read in a long time. I had people looking at me funny on the plane as I was constantly busting out laughing... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Vin
John Hargrave is one of the most creative pranksters out there. The audacity of some of these stunts blows my mind. Read morePublished 19 months ago by N. J. Steere
Any book that can get you to "laugh out loud" is worth a buy and this page-turner does that. While some of the pranks are more cerebral or just playful rather than raucously funny,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Blusuede
I purchased this book, as I love pranking people and watching people laugh. This book had many positive reviews, so I purchased a copy for myself. Read morePublished on February 15, 2012 by Kim
This is quite a funny book. Some of the author's pranks are incredible and I can't believe he got away with some of the things he did. Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by C. Vieira
Bought it on the enthusiasm displayed by fellow reviewers. Some of the pranks are highly elaborate but somehow I expected more out of the book. Read morePublished on November 4, 2009 by Eddie Wannabee
I was a high corporate muckety-muck when I first stumbled upon a website called zug dot com, a writer named Sir John Hargrave and a book called Prank the Monkey. Read morePublished on March 26, 2009 by The_Fifer
Sir John is a pranking mastermind! This book oozes with a level of cleverness that many could only dream achieving. I applaud you Sir!Published on October 15, 2008 by Skyler Loomis