This prank involves the unsuspecting victim to actually prank themselves. All you have to do is set it up and watch the magic happen. If you are an avid prankster then you might be familiar with the term antiquing. For those of you who don't know what this means, it is pretty much when you throw flour in the face of your friend or foe when they least expect it, making them look like an "antique". This prank lets your target antique themselves. This prank is to be used in the visor of a car,(preferably not your car because of the mess) and only in the passengers seat as to not distract the driver while he or she is driving. When the sun is setting later in the day your passenger will need to lower their visor and BAAAAMMM out of nowhere flour jumps out and covers them from head to toe.

Step 1: Collect your materials.

All you need for this prank are a few simple items.

-One sheet of paper

-A small amount of either flour or baby powder (whichever you have readily available)

- Tape

-A car with a working visor.

-An unsuspecting target. (Preferably a good friend.)

-Optional, one pair of scissors .
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This seems more dangerous to me. <br /> http://www.instructables.com/id/Lazy-Mans-Kodak-Camera-Mini-Taser-400-Volts/<br />
&nbsp;The person that opens the visor usually gets hit mostly in the shirt and pants. When something bright hits our eyes we tend to lean back and reach for the visor, usually with our eyes closed unless we are driving.<br />
This seems very DANGEROUS!!!!!!
How?<br />
If they look up at all...<br />

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