- n. Plural form of prankster.
“He is one of the main pranksters on the set of Twilight.”
“The fun started last week when, as the New York Times put it, "pranksters" lampooned Chevron's ad campaign.”
“You can get a good sense of how "pranksters" see themselves — which is, with little understanding of the harm they might do.”
“The question is whether the butts or the pranksters should be the ones to bear the risk that the butts won’t find their own humiliation funny.”
“The "pranksters" who posed as detectives called fast food restaurants and retail chains and somehow convinced store managers to detain hapless employees.”
“Unfortunately, now many "pranksters" in town are taking the magnets off random cars. (and I know it is our very own residents, as mine was taken one Monday afternoon while I was parked at the bubble for a little game of tennis with friends).”
“pranksters," and you DON'T mention the tshirts / cannon heist (s)?”
“The outhouse is such a bad target for pranksters that I usually just go do my business somewhere else over a log.”
“Paranormal Activity 2" frightens the "Jackass 3-D" pranksters out of the top spot at the box office and outdoes its predecessor in terms of opening revenue.”
“The chemistry and moment arrived, and to the consternation of the original band of pranksters an evening that miraculously attracted a few thousand drew ten, then fifteen, and suddenly twenty thousand or more.”
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