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“A prank is an act of playing a practical joke on someone.” These pranks are common in offices and are meant to be funny and surprise co-workers. Some examples of practical jokes include covering computer accessories with Jell-O or wrapping your desk in Christmas paper, aluminum foil, or filling it with balloons. Teens often play a ‘prank’ on a friend when they enter their home or room. Some pranks happen while you’re asleep!
Historically, pranks were often done to gain attention and a reputation for being funny or cute. But some pranks are downright dangerous, and they have no boundaries. The following are some examples of pranks. Some pranks are dangerous, but the intent is always to make the victim feel embarrassed. However, a ‘prank’ can also involve dressing up like a famous character.
The origins of the word prank are unclear. Some sources attribute the word to Middle English, which literally means “to strut or parade.” It may be related to dance. Old French paravancier also refers to a ‘prank’, while the English word ‘prank’ comes from the verb to prance. It is also used in films such as Batman, The Dark Knight, and The Office.
In an April Fool’s Day prank, Ric convinces the governor of Alaska that he is Nicolas Sarkozy. He then calls Energy Secretary Rick Perry and pretends to be the Ukrainian Prime Minister. Several years later, President Donald Trump listened to a prank call aboard Air Force One. During the call, a prankster named Stuttering John posed as New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, and talked to him about immigration and the Supreme Court. As the faux Menendez was congratulated, the president also congratulated him on his recent victory in a bribery case.