prankster


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one who causes minor trouble or damage

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Dubai The man driving the car used in a video in which a famous YouTube prankster was playing a prank on his mother has been identified by Dubai Police.
The cheeky prankster finally posted a promo of Miss Hilton's episode, and boy is it hilarious
understands the prankster has tried a similar stunt elsewhere, but was foiled by more vigilant security.
As soon as she stepped out, she was ambushed by the prankster as he moved towards her and tried to hug her.
But the prankster said: "I've done them a new one that more accurately reflects the single line we've ended up with - that doesn't quite make it all the way across.
Washington, Jan, 25 ( ANI ): An online prankster reportedly uploaded a hilarious new video showing how to trick your Facebook buddies.
A Polish prankster dressed as Gandalf stops a city tram, which represents Balrog, and recreates the scene with several others dressed as Middle-earth characters.
Brother of the better-known Prankster Ken Babbs, John was a passenger on the cross-country road trip made in the summer of 1964 by Further, the bus made famous by the psychedelic exploits of a crew that included writer Ken Kesey, Beat icon Neal Cassady, author Paul Krassner and the Grateful Dead.
Cops are hunting the cheeky prankster who tore down the 50 mph signs on the B5000 near Polesworth, Warwickshire, and replaced them with second-hand national speed limit signs.
Pranks mean different things to different people--the prankster may mean no harm or offense, and do it for the fun of it--but the prankee may react much more differently than intended--and it may be a danger to the prankster's life.
Some prankster puts on the Internet that Exxon made $3,750 every three seconds last year.
Set in American in 1944, The Hermit King is a novel about two prankster children in Alabama, captivated by the legend of a mysterious, one-eyed black hermit living in the swamps and carrying a bullwhip as long as five men.
And since the ads that have the most appeal to young people seem to be those that have the least to do with the product--the dimwitted prankster in somebody's beer pitch, for example--this development could presage a Dark Age of ads where no one can figure out what is actually being marketed.
That made everyone laugh, especially us," MERRY PRANKSTER "I do like pranks.
Pompeii was not the first prankster to be targeted in the war on terrorism: that distinction goes to 38-year-old New Jersey resident David Banach, who faces up to 25 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for "disrupting the operator of a mass transportation vehicle"--specifically, shining a green laser (used in his job working with fiber optics) at a jet plane and a helicopter as they flew over his home.