April Fools Clock Change Prank

Introduction: April Fools Clock Change Prank

Funny prank to confuse anyone who is a slave to the clocks around the house. (or just looks at the time)

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Step 1: Wait

Wait untill your victim is away or asleep.

Step 2: Now Time for Some Changes in Schedule.

Change the time on all the clocks an hour or so bahead so when your victim awakes he or she will see the time and start to freak out beacause all the clocks are set bahead. then that person will leave for work or school an hour early.

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    32 Discussions

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    yellowcatt
    yellowcatt

    7 years ago on Introduction

    BBC Radio 4's Today programme often gave the wrong time, disconcerting when you are half a sleep listening to the radio and they tell you the time is an hour later than it actually is.

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    benthekahn
    benthekahn

    12 years ago on Introduction

    A clock at my fiend's house doesn't have batteries and the hands are set to 4:20. Always.

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    munchman
    munchman

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    One of the computer labs at my school is stuck at around 8:20. it's so annoying when you look up to see the time. Although it is a computer lab so I wonder why I don't just look at the taskbar. Damn, now I have got myself on a big quest to find the answer to life, the universe and everything.

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    R167
    R167

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Our schools theater has all of these clocks that only right 2 times daily.

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    daltonjcw
    daltonjcw

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Still working on that. 5 minutes till the computer finishes the program to tell us.....
    What are those yellow things hanging in the sky exactly the way that bricks don't?

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    Kopolis777
    Kopolis777

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    You said you were looking for an answer to life, the universe and everything. So i gave you one.

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    munchman
    munchman

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    But you will only know what the answer means if you know the question.

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    randomray
    randomray

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    You know both the answer and question . What need to know is what Base the answer is in .

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    munchman
    munchman

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    lol - It is the unlucky base (figure it out)

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    randomray
    randomray

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    How about thirteen ? Of course it's always been a good number for me .

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    Briguy9
    Briguy9

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I have done that before, only there's no clock in my computer lab. Another sucky thing about my computer lab is that they bought like 30 new computers all loaded up with Windows Vista Enterprise and they downloaded like windows 2000 or xp made to look like that on it.

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    Derin
    Derin

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    my class clock is stuck at 3:45 so that i play a big role in the time arrangement of the class

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    Derin
    Derin

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    but the battery is there,the second hand somehow wont advance

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    CelloMan
    CelloMan

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I'm looking for the most powerful gun in the universe, maybe we could team up to find it, i don't want if for myself but for my bestfriends semi-half-brother, he got his first head chopped of so we could just get off the planet I love that movie!

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    pcairic
    pcairic

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    4:20 uh? Quick! What's the angle between the two hands?

    Nah, it's not 0.