We have a resident prankster in our home at the moment. It's " a phase" that many kids go through and I must admit I am getting a kick out of it although that cannot be said for Mr M and Miss M. Miss M and Mr G have been the main recipients or should I say target of the many pranks / jokes that have been conducted around here.
Last night the Prankster handed Miss M a pair of binoculars to look through, Miss M looked through them demanding "what am I supposed to be looking at" - the Prankster shrugged and took them back with Miss M handing him a verbal berating of "wasting her time".....whilst everyone cracked up at the two big black circles the binoculars had left around her eyes. Pretty funny actually.
Less laughter when Mr G was woken up by Miss M at 5.30 to help her turn of the "emergency siren" in her room. You guessed it, the Prankster had set an alarm to sound like a siren, and go off at 5:30am in Miss M's room, it took a while to find and to add further insult the Prankster did not wake up through the "caffuffel".
Fortunately to date the extent of pranks played on me was to sabotage my baking attempts. It is a bit hard to use ingredients with such eggs-pressions!