Since I was unable to post a blog last week as I was busy on a field trip in Mammoth Caves, I’m making today a triple feature! lol
One day senior year, Ashley and I went over to my bro Edgar’s house and rang the doorbell. When Edgar opened the door, we lunged for his dog Shaggy (yes, named Shaggy, not Scooby lol) and then booked it to my car. We drove shaggy over to my house and texted Ed some ransom pictures of us holding him. Then after 30 minutes or so we brought him back and acted like nothing happened.
Fun with pet-napping!
Armed with several Nerf automatics and enough foam to fill a small couch, Me, Beans and Jeremy put the squeeze on a few local businesses! We Darted up McDonald’s and the Kroger parking lot, not one of our cart-pushing high school friends were spared!….
And they were nice enough to help us pick up the darts afterwords! lol :)
This is just a classic case of hijinks and being in just the right place at just the right time!
We were at the Kentucky Junior Classical League annual Latin convention on a school trip with our Latin club. The rules for the rooms were “no leaving rooms after midnight” or something. So of course, my friends who were in the room connected to ours decided to sneak out the window (we were on the first floor) to our neighbor’s room to hang out, leaving their windows open so they could return. Since they were quite afraid of getting in trouble, we of course decided to play to those fears and mess with them!
After they left, Chas W. and I went into their room and took EVERYTHING we could out and piled it all into their bathroom with the bathroom door closed and window left gaping open. We succeeded in truly making it appear as though the room had been ransacked by window-entering crooks!
When they returned an hour or two later, we positioned ourselves to listen as they climbed in the window and began freaking out about the empty room before them! They were in almost complete panic when they busted into our room to tell us that they had been robbed just moments before also poking their heads into the bathroom to discover their belongings were still there.
They were good sports about it, and so were we, as we help them put everything back. I think in the end Chas and I had the most fun that night!
That picture, taken by Chas W (all credit is due!) is the lift-able contents of their hotel room completely condensed into just their bathroom! Fun!
I really enjoyed this one! Basically, one day my senior year, at the end of my 2nd period math class, I convinced my teacher to let me out of class early, and then I went and met up with my sneaky bro Alex Beans! We quickly got dressed up like a Mariachi band and then proceeded to interrupt other classes by walking into unsuspecting classrooms and stating “this is a mariachi-gram from the Spanish department!” and then playing some trumpet and guitar for them and singing “Taco Nacho Burrito! Uno Dos Tres! Feliz Navidad! Other Spanish words!”
Then we would run out and into another room, and another, and another!
The whole time nobody stopped us! An administrator even saw us, but it was as if they thought what we were doing was so odd, it had to have been a sanctioned thing… because who would do that?
Me and Beans… that’s who would do that!