On a trip in Thailand, I got fed up of my mate sleeping in, so wandered to the shops, got some fire crackers, and lit them in his room…absolutely priceless….
He nearly died on a quad bike later that day, however. Which was also priceless….
Toys, I thought that too. Survival responses in the face of what seems to be an attack can be quite unpredictable. Some were amusing, but some just downright cruel.
Sorry if I seem a killjoy. The Asian lad with the machine gun noises and the kids with the dad with the chainsaw were horrible.
jojoa1, exactly, I am not drawn to slapstick or pranks as I tend to feel sorry for the victims who are forced into laughing along or seen as a miserable bugger. I generally do not like laughing at others misfortune, especially if it is deliberate. If the prankster thinks they are funny, perhaps they could be more clever and come up with some real comedy/humour…