Take head That you want to be extremely careful when attempting this prank. Broken glass is no joke (it is a fantastic song, however). Essentially, some glass smash, roll down your friend's car window and put some of those glass that is fake across the driver's side door and in the seat. He or she will realize that it is fake immediately, if someone is smart. On the other hand, the driver will instantly go into manner about who the window would smashed!
Filling a Auto with Shredded Paper, Ping Pong Balls or Packing Peanuts
This one is Possible in two scenarios: Either the child left his windows or you have access to a secret to his car. Based on your degree of accessibility, do you intend to fill each and every inch of the car using either shredded paper, ping pong balls, or packing peanuts. We're talking about inside the glove box, in the ash tray, even at the CD case (oh wait, those do not exist anymore). If you're Feeling additional sneaky, pop the back lift the spare tire compartment and fill that. Imagine their faces when they go to correct a months and find a lot of news that is crumpled up covering the tire. Each one presents its own problem: Tiny, painful cuts the danger of developing a ping pong avalanche when you open your own door, in the paper, or the hassel of those very small styrofoam scraps from the peanuts. It's likely to be a hassel to clean up.
Sometimes the old jokes are the best jokes: just relocating somebody's car to elsewhere at the parking lot will go a long way towards fraying their nerves (and cracking you up). Just be sure to inform them after you've had your fun, where it's.
Fake Accident Note
Occasionally, Confusion is the thing possible. Mix that confusion with anxiety in a styrofoam cup and you will be enjoying yourself as you serve your friend a delicious prank. Put under the windshield wiper with a super apologetic, but amazingly vague, statement concerning hitting the person's car but needing to dip due to your dog getting Crayola Crayon poisoning. As he circles back and forth looking for what occurred, with nothing actually wrong with the car, the individual will be running himself crazy. Chances are, he or she will also find some sort of scratch which has been there before and also blame it on the law-breaker that is ghost.
Putting the Automobile on Cinder Blocks
There are a Couple of ways you could do this. You could A. take every one the tires off, B. take only 1 tire off, or C. if you are really great, leave all the tires on, and locate cinder blocks that will barely lift the tires off the ground. The individual may not even notice that the car is propped up, if you go with C. This could be dangerous to the vehicle when it falls off, though, so we don't actually suggest it.
The Tape That Binds
Even Though They do not show it in this clip, the Mythbusters discover that, yes, duct tape will hold a vehicle securely. Even in 20 mph.
And, of course, if all else fails, you can use a smoke bomb.
Move the Car
This one is Nice and simple, but requires you've got access. Simply take the vehicle away from its current parking place (whether it's during work or school or at home, and only move it around a street corner or behind a gargantuan car-hiding tree. Then, enjoy the anxiety attack.