Mouse Prank

Introduction: Mouse Prank

Joke season is right around the corner, and what better way to start it off with a fun prank that is extremely simple! This prank is so easy a mouse could do it (insert laughter here). Well lets get started!

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Step 1: Supplies

The first thing you will need to do for this exciting prank is to gather your supplies. You won't need much all you will need is some regular clear tape and someone's computer mouse to put it on.

Step 2: Putting on the Tape

After you have your tape, and have picked your victims mouse simply put a piece of tape under the mouse on top of the red light. Than just watch them try to use the mouse, or even set up a camera for your prank. It will take them a while before they realize they have been pranked. I hope you enjoyed this instructable. Have fun, and prank responsibly!

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    8 Discussions

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    germanlad
    germanlad

    5 years ago

    use paper and clear tape that works. :-)

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    henryqiu
    henryqiu

    5 years ago on Introduction

    black electrical tape is best. put it on, press it into the dent, trim excess and its not noticeable

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    Yothit
    Yothit

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    use tape with the same color than you can't see the tape

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    kalaiarasang
    kalaiarasang

    5 years ago on Introduction

    i am hacking programmer

    shutdown to a computer

    type

    open notepad:

    copy and paste code

    shutdown -s -t 00 -c "hai" -m 192.168.4.18

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    TTSS
    TTSS

    5 years ago on Introduction

    There was a better effect when I used clear plastic tape and trimmed any remaining bits of tape that didn't cover the camera.

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    mrgeneric
    mrgeneric

    6 years ago on Introduction

    We always used Post-It's. Less sticky residue and removes easily.