I thought I would inject some fun into this blog and reflect on the trouble and chaos I have wonderfully orchestrated these past few days!
Those who know me will be able to tell you, I LOVE inflicting a good old prank on some helpless victim! My latest being that I figured Facebook is a wonderful tool of social gossip…and wouldn’t it be awesome to freak my Man out and tell the world I was going wedding dress shopping! Needless to say I received multiple comments, emails and Facebook chats pretty quickly!! Poor Fitz found out whilst he was on the beach and someone came up to him and ask if he was engaged!
Whilst I was on the ship many pranks were played, including waxing, ambushing and tying people up to a pole in the heart of the ship, stealing clothes and handling them out to random people to wear around the ship, placing “soiled” nappies on peoples beds (the “poo” was made up from left over gravy, coco, and Marmite), freezing clothes in giant blocks of ice, sewing up the trouses legs of multiple guys so that when they tied putting them on, their legs wouldnt go through, stealing guys underwear, putting on an immersion suit and waiting for an hour to jump out and start chasing the next victim to walk by, toilet papering the director’s office and blaming it on others (Sorry Packwood Family), doing spider man impressions by climbing over book hold cages to get to the carpenter store to get glue to put in a guys hair so he would have to shave it off,… I heard a great one about putting jelly fish down the toilets… need to try that one!
I thought my pranking days were at a high on the ship, but recently I realised I was a prankster at university and growing up too…at uni we tried to mix vodka into the nutella sandwich spread by mixing it the microwave but that ended up exploding, mixing salt and sugar, waiting for flat mates to go on a drunken night and duck tape their doors completely shut leaving them only a pair of scissors, cling filming toilet bowls and door frames, wearing scary masks and waiting for flat mates to come out the toilet/shower, when it snowed we bought in bags full of snow and had a snow fight before building it up against the doors of other flat mates, making use of the free condoms that the health clinic at uni gave us by leaving them as presents for people on their door handles, staking up all the chairs outside people’s rooms so they couldnt get in or out, dressing up as a celebrity and my flat mates as body guards and went to the supermarket (yes, people did get out the aisles for us haha)…I also had some pretty sweet food fights with my manager…
… So, you ever need any advice on a good laugh…feel free to ask!!! 🙂