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Here's a cool prank you can pull on anyone you want!
You just take off the cap of the pen, place it or throw it where it is needed, and wait for the smell.

CAUTION:
Please don't do anything that could get you potentially in trouble, I can't be held responsible if this gets you in trouble at school or anywhere, the responsibility is yours, so be mindful how you use this.

 
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Step 1: Materials

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Pen.jpg
All you need is
-A pen (the ones that are hard to take apart, you can only pull the top area off and has a cap)
-Some grated cheese
-Tape
-Time

Step 2: Assembly

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1. Pull off the top of the pen. (The tip part)
2. Take out the basic pen. (The ink tube and the pen)
3. Insert your grated cheese. (You can use the pen tube to push the cheese in)
4. Fill it so it's almost full.
5. Put the top of the pen back in.
6. Tape the bottom of the pen and the top. (Varieties of pens have holes on the bottom and there's an opening at the top where the pen was)
-Sealing is important, so when you let the smell out, there will be maximum stink.
7. Cap the top
8. Wait a few days
9.Unleash it!
10. Watch your victims (But try not to do anything that would get you in too much trouble)

Step 3: Finish Assembly

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Everything else is simple.
7. Cap the top
8. Wait a few days
9.Unleash it!
10. Watch your victims (But try not to do anything that would get you in too much trouble)
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Ethelon (author)  admin6 years ago
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admin Ethelon6 years ago
Your instructable needs more images. It would also benefit if you broke steps 2 and 3 into more steps.
lickpoison4 years ago
WOW. this is one of the funniest things i've ever used on anyone. I'm not sure, but when you put the cheese in, every 4-5 pieces put a drop of lukewarm to hot water in the pen. it allows the mold to grow faster. After i used it on people for about 30 minutes, all the smell went away. i'd reccomend at lease a day of waiting for the smell to "regenerate". please don't use this on anyone who may be allergic to mold; it could be dangerous, and you could be sued.
Ethelon (author) 5 years ago
This is really old lol, well woodsman made a good point: Now, a cheap can or two of sardines in water or oil is quite an olfactory treat. Say, in a partially opened can that has been duct taped to the underside of a desk. Or the juices drained into the vents in front of the windsheild on a car - the source of 'fresh air' for the inside vents - can be a wonderful surprise for someone leaving their car in a hot place for a day. Staching a partly open can into a hardback book (you supply, let's not have any damage!) that is lovingly (and anonymously of course) 'donated' to someones personal library is also a nice touch. Slipping a partly open tin under a heavy piece of furniture is another amateur interior decorator touch, especially if there are cats and they can't get into the can. I was in a practical joke war once and got my car vents sardined. The smell was strong for about a week and lingered for another. I'm glad the guy didn't think of loading a turkey baster with squooshed sardines and juices then injecting the mess onto the upholstery through a crack in the window. Oops, DRAT. Now I'm gonna have to change my parking spot. . . So you can probably just use sardines.
jchar775 years ago
Leave him alone admin!!! The instructable is cool anyway... lol
As a practical joker from 'way back I never had much luck with cheese. I mean, old pizza doesn't really gross anyone out so why would a fraction of an ounce in a pen body do too much? Not being critical, I'm just from the 'more is better' school of practical jokery. Taking the wheels off a GMC Gremlin (told ya I was from way back) and putting it up on blocks is good. Locking all the wheels INSIDE the (tiny) Gremlin and stealing the lugwrench is better. <> Now, a cheap can or two of sardines in water or oil is quite an olfactory treat. Say, in a partially opened can that has been duct taped to the underside of a desk. Or the juices drained into the vents in front of the windsheild on a car - the source of 'fresh air' for the inside vents - can be a wonderful surprise for someone leaving their car in a hot place for a day. Staching a partly open can into a hardback book (you supply, let's not have any damage!) that is lovingly (and anonymously of course) 'donated' to someones personal library is also a nice touch. Slipping a partly open tin under a heavy piece of furniture is another amateur interior decorator touch, especially if there are cats and they can't get into the can. I was in a practical joke war once and got my car vents sardined. The smell was strong for about a week and lingered for another. I'm glad the guy didn't think of loading a turkey baster with squooshed sardines and juices then injecting the mess onto the upholstery through a crack in the window. Oops, DRAT. Now I'm gonna have to change my parking spot. . .
something else people used to do was to rent a bank box. you know the private ones that noone can open without your permission. put fish in it and leave it in there. It will stink up the place, but they can't open it, because it is against the law. They would need a court order to go in there and take out the stuff. hilarious when the teller calls you and askes about the fish in you locker, and you tell her that you have now idea what you she is talking about and that all you have in their are your dead grandfathers keepsakes and a diamond bracelet that belonged to your mother! that will really piss em off!
HEHE dont they have that in harry potter?
Ethelon (author) 6 years ago
and also a note, it spreads slowly, so i suggest putting it where alot of people's pencils/pens are (like some mugs and stuff) and when they sit at their desk they might smell it I have a mod for this, another way to use it (more of a blower, kind of like blowing the smell and using the pen as the source, you'll see, I'll add it when my dad stops pestering me and only letting me go on my "entertainment" stuff for 5min a day -_-
Ethelon (author) 6 years ago
Yeah, but i cant take pictures of smell, or of my classroom (you dont want to know)
NeonLime6 years ago
You Googled Some Images... And Can You Prove This Works?
Ethelon (author) 6 years ago
Sorry I just can't take pictures right now so I looked for the best pictures possible