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Prank the Monkey: The Zug Book of Pranks

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  • Posted May 11, 2009

    Mr. Hargrave does it again.

    Well Mr. Hargrave has written not only a book of pranks he pulled but write it in inspirational / intellectually sophisticated way with deep insight into the organizations or persons, with a detailed setup.

    I will warn readers there are 2 pages of unicorn porn placed, if anything you can say he told the truth to the wally world employee.

    Organizations he managed to prank include;
    Walmart
    Starbucks
    The world
    The UN
    The Senate
    The electric company
    Scammers
    Himself
    Celebrities

    And so much more.

    If you have that strange sense
    of humor and want to see someone
    outwit the corporate machine go
    pick it up.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2007

    I keep mine on the back of the toilet...

    This is THE book for a morning roar! Each story about a clever prank--such as getting back at junk mailers by send back lead ingots in those postage-paid envelopes-- is easily digested in a #2's timeframe. Sir John's personal efforts to shove back the oxymoronic systems of utility and credit companies, goverment 'functions,' charities, press, and even Buckingham Palace show he's a tireless crusader for consumer justice.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted April 6, 2009

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