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I learned this from a coworker who scared his teenage daughter with it. This is a simple prank that can be done quickly and anywhere you can find toilet paper (or paper towels). It's simply drawing a spider on the toilet paper. I just searched Google images for the type of spider that I wanted to draw. I chose to draw a black widow. I grabbed my black and red pen and headed for the commode.

One thing to keep in mind is where on the roll to draw the spider. If the toilet paper holder is located somewhere that is not initially seen when entering the bathroom, you could probably draw the spider directly on top so that the victim sees the spider as they are reaching for some TP. Otherwise, you may consider unrolling a little (or a lot), drawing the spider, and then rolling it back up. It could be like Spider TP Russian Roulette - you never know who's going to get the spider [insert evil laugh].

Now get out there and scare the poo out of people and remember to vote in the Pranks Contest.

<p>this seems cool</p>
I try
<p>Thanks for the idea!</p>
<p>This is an awesome idea! It wouldn't work on me though because I love spiders and they don't startle me....</p><p>I'm still doing this to my friends though</p>
<p>I love it!</p>
If I did this Hubby would quiet literally &quot;poo&quot;himself. wouldn't want that to happen, as I'd have to clean the mess up!!! LOL
<p>SURPRISE!! HEEHEE!</p>
Scary (ish)
<p>That's a good one! If I did it, I'd use black puff paint to make the spider shiny and 3D. My boyfriend would shoot off the toilet and right through the roof!</p>
Deliciously evil lolol
Love it
I actually did this to my grandma like a year ago and she screamed then laughed and did it to our neighbor
Brilliant! Lovely artwork! Would b sweet to do it to every stall of a multi loo. Heehee
Simple, yet devastatingly effective. <br><br>I like it.
<p>Ooh nice! </p><p>If I did this to my wife, she'd kick me out!</p>

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