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“A fiendishly clever guide to harrassing unsuspecting co-workers.” (New York Post)

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John Austin is a former toy designer for Hasbro in their Boys Research and Development Department. He spent his college years at the University of Wisconsin, Stout, terrorizing his friends with one hysterical prank after another. The author of Prank University, he lives in Wisconsin with his unsuspecting wife.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harper Perennial (April 22, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061438863
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061438868
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #420,659 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Some of the gags are pulled right out of the TV show "The Office" (cell phone above the ceiling tile, stapler in jell-o). Others are pulled from prank web sites (hidden trick noise makers, etc). About every 5th or 6th page was worth a laugh.. So, given it was 101 pranks, I got about 20 good laughs out of it, or about 50 cents a laugh. Not bad. I thought that many of the gags were a great way to get fired, if you are so inclined. ;-)
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I wouldn't recommend that anyone necessarily actually go through with the stunts described in such detail in this book, but it was certainly fun reading it and fantasizing about what kinds of reactions this type of "warfare" would elicit. Anyone who works in a traditional cubicle-style office space would appreciate the potential for all the suggested "practical" jokes and accompanying diagrams and illustrations.
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Unlike some of the other prank books in print, this one gives you step by step DETAILED drawings. There is a wide variety to choose from, tailored to the novice all the way up to maniacal genius. I have attempted several of the suggestion in a real life setting, and they were a hit!

At a very minimum, just having the book on your desk serves as a warning to would be pranksters....saysing "Dont mess with me.....I am a professional". A good read, with talented artwork and crafty invention.
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So many fantastic ideas in this book and all with readily available materials. Some of the practical jokes can be a bit over the top so a good sophmoric state of mind may be needed. Or, better yet, do as I did and buy it for the most sophmoric person in the office and watch the fun.
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By megs on October 7, 2011
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bought this last year, and I'm just now doing the review, but I think it's great. It gives details on how to do pranks, and how hard they are, time consuming etc. It's really great. I've already used it quite a bit. Love it
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I have an office job, and wanted to spice things up a bit, so I purchased this book. The ideas are original, but tend to get repetitive. Last week my boss thought it would be funny to tape my mouse, so I unplugged his mouse...and he caught on. There are a few things in there that won't get you fired, however I don't recommend doing too many "ideas" from out of this book. For entertainment purposes, however-it is funny.
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I bought this as a gift for my coworkers (fellow cubicle worker), as he has a fantastic sense of humor and is always think of what would be funny to do...if we dared do it. This author came-up with fantastically creative ideas for pranks in the office, and even ranked them according to difficulty level. While my coworker and I have not dared to actually try any of the pranks, given the conservative nature of our workplace, the book makes for a quick fun read to take the edge off when work is becoming cumbersome and you need to imagine a little levity. My only criticism is that a couple of the pranks could probably get you arrested if someone got sensitive, and would almost definitely get you sent on a visit to Human Resources. Still, I'm glad my coworker shares it with me, a it is always fun to think "What If..." with someone else's creative ideas.
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There are plenty of prank books out there, but this is the best. This book gives the detailed step by step instruction that most do not. I've tried other resources, but this book makes its easy. What I like the most are how easy some of the pranks are- for the prankster with limited time this book is a must.
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