Being the victim of a prank might not be fun, but a clever, successfully executed prank is a work of art. Even if you don't like it, you have to respect the brains, imagination, and careful planning that go in to it.
You're going to want to hide this post from your siblings or kids so they don't get any ideas.
1.) From persistent_polymath:
I used to work for a cruise line. A passenger asked if the crew lives on the ship full time. I and my co-worker explained that no, the crew leaves every night to fly back to Miami and then returns each morning. She walked away satisfied. After that cruise was over, our manager was sharing the passenger evaluations with us and was confused about one in particular. It was a woman who had stayed on deck 14 and had complained that she couldn’t sleep at night because of the noise of the crew helicopter.
Fact 1: 1,200 crew do not leave every night but do live on the ship
Fact 2: that ship didn’t even have a helipad
Question: wtf was she hearing every night