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  1. Pranksters know to strike where you live. This is especially easy if the person lives with you. Never fear, though. Before you get out of bed, look around the room. Make sure that there are no strings enveloping the room like a spider web of yarn. If not, check to see if you are tied down with anything, or if anything in the room is amis. If so, read on. If not, skip to step 3.
  2. If you are tied down (with cling wrap, yarn, etc.) try to wriggle out. If you are absolutly stuck, call for help. It may seem embarrassing now, but wouldn't it be more embarrassing to be found hours later, gnawing your way out? If the room is rigged with string, carefully get up. It is probably one long string, so move over and around the strings until you have found one of the ends. Unattach it, unwinding it from various objects around the room.
  3. Ok. Bedroom's clean. Now you have to go to the bathroom. But wait! Before you walk through any doorframe, especially dimly lit rooms, check to see if a strip of cling wrap is pulled across the door frame at head level. If there is, remove it or crouch under it. Once you are in the bathroom, check the sink to make sure that nobody put a piece of tape over the faucet (causing water to soak you). Check for any differences. Remember to check the toilet for cling wrap too.
  4. great now check the stairs with one finger(to see if you could slip) if you feel something differnt slide down carefuly on your buttocks
  5. after that check your other stuff very carefuly, VERY CAREFULY!
  6. when your at school or work open your locker/cubicle carefuly
  7. when you get home go to bed at differnt times every night (and also stay awake later some nights then others) if they don't know when you sleep you may never be pranked while your asleep again



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