Turn Someone's Bag Inside Out

Introduction: Turn Someone's Bag Inside Out

This is a harmless prank. It is simply taking binders, books, etc. out of a backpack and turning it inside out. Commonly known as "nugging" or "turtling" this is a hilarious prank to try on anyone.

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Step 1: Preparation

Almost all bags can be turned inside out or are "nuggable". The easiest are backpacks that many people bring to school with 2 shoulder straps and a soft back. Backpacks made by L.L. Bean are the easies of all because they lack rigidity in structure. Find a secluded spot where no one can see you because, chances are the owner won't be very happy about what you are doing.

Step 2: Remove

Remove all binders, books, calculators, pencil cases and bulky items that will get in the way.

Make sure you don't lose anything.

Step 3: Flip It

When all of the persons belongings are removed, grab the bottom of the bag and pull upwards. Then tuck in shoulder straps and other objects. This should turn most bags inside out.

Step 4: Finish

Put the binders, books, etc. back into the backpack and zip it up so it is almost like an egg.

For added effect put the backpack somewhere interesting like, the top of a vending machine.

Step 5: Laugh

If all goes as the planned, the person will see their bag and experience a slight bout of anger. After that, it's laughs all around.

Have fun!

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    19 Discussions

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    Obsessive
    Obsessive

    12 years ago on Introduction

    This was a common trend and high school.
    We simply called it "Flipping."

    '"Hey wanna flip Nick's Backpack in second period?
    Pretty harmless as well.

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    hcold
    hcold

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Connotations aside, that's just weird. But then again, we call it "bagging", which in retrospect is pretty damn weird too.

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    freakyqwerty
    freakyqwerty

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Bagging in my school is pushing somones bag over their head.

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    hackmattr
    hackmattr

    9 years ago on Introduction

    We did this in my school. One time everyone left the classroom and left their bags on the desks. We turned all of them inside out (30 something bags) and then we hanged the teacher's bag off of a pipe that stuck out the ceiling.

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    cam42
    cam42

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Too bad my backpacks filled with useless paper and trash most of the time. this wouldn't work too well on me.

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    snowzombie
    snowzombie

    11 years ago on Introduction

    haha at my school we call it "zaneing" yeah zips ties are a nice touch, but if you really want a laugh, duct tape the whole bag, and hide it out of the class, its a riot haha

    zip tie the zipper too so they can't open it and so they have to carry it like that

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    JoeyJaroz
    JoeyJaroz

    11 years ago on Introduction

    We call this spacebagging "Yo, lets go spacebag Brandon's backpack"

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    duck-lemon
    duck-lemon

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Ya at wellington college were i am going next year they run around and do this to all the 3rd formers. We call it Arabian bandits. (we wrap cloth around our heads)

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    ti112
    ti112

    12 years ago on Introduction

    My very short freind Dashiel will have to face this on a weekly basis now.