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The Way This Man Pranked His Friend Is Utterly Ingenious And All He Used Was A Book

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Dave Trott is an advertising exec, author and blogger. He’s also apparently an expert at pranking his friends and colleagues.

Taken from his book Creative Mischief, which has been recommended by countless readers as a source of creative inspiration for others, this is probably one of the finest pranks we’ve heard in a long time.

Dave Trott, we salute you.

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