Messing with my friend

vbimport

#1

so I brought my laptop over to a friend’s house and let him use it for a minute and he changed my wallpaper to a huge picture of a penis,

I changed it back and told him he screwed it up and it was still the same

a few minutes later I went upstairs and went into the device manager on his computer and disabled his network card

I wanted to do something annoying but non-destructive I think this was a nice middle ground what do you guys think?


#2

Wow…I betcha he feels like a real dick now eh… :wink:

BTW…was it a huge picture of a penis? or a picture of a huge penis?

:bigsmile:


#3

[QUOTE=lb_nastygirl;2590537]Wow…I betcha he feels like a real dick now eh… :wink:

BTW…was it a huge picture of a penis? or a picture of a huge penis?

:bigsmile:[/QUOTE]

both, I don’t think he knows that it is turned off yet, I am sure I will be the first one he calls for help. “Did you reset the router? how about the modem? try a different port? new cable?” lol it is gonna be great

looking at my history I see a google search for “giant black cock”


#4

Classic gold. Good job.


#5

I hate it when someone F**ks with my computer. I get real mad!!!


#6

This can keep someone quite confused and is also a perfect test to see if someone is well experienced in the Windows operating systems:

Go to the desktop screen

Make screenshot of desktop screen by using the PrtScr button

Open up MS paint and press CTRL-V. Now save that picture. High quality.

Remove all icons from the desktop by going to the desktop properties. (Do not delete them with del or something). In Windows XP you just right click on the desktop and choose to remove all icons.

Now you have a clean desktop

Change the wallpaper of the desktop by the picture saved in Ms Paint.

Now you have a desktop with icons. Unfortunately they do not work. :slight_smile:


#7

[QUOTE=G_Ivan Awfulitch;2590586]I hate it when someone F**ks with my computer. I get real mad!!![/QUOTE] Windows Key + L can save you from that.


#8

I like both of your ideas. Thanks Mr. B.


#9

[QUOTE=G_Ivan Awfulitch;2591449]I like both of your ideas. Thanks Mr. B.[/QUOTE]

MR B …god of durned tricky lil tricks :bow:


#10

Thanks guys. :slight_smile:

As a bonus here is a very evil prank:

Find some icon on the desktop that is very important to your victim. In this example i use a game, but you can also use it for Internet Explorer or anything else. Move that icon somewhere on the disk drive so that it dissapears from the desktop.

Make a new shortcut and use the following text:

shutdown -s -t 60 -c “Windows has encountered a virus! To protect your data windows is shutting down.”

You can use any kind of text you want of course. “This is an illegal copy of [game]” can also work wonders. You can also shorten the time by changing the number 60 to another number.

Now change the icon of the shortcut by going to the .exe file of your victims favourite game.

Rename the shortcut to the name of the game


#11

Remind me to not let Sir Bedevere borrow my computer. :eek:


#12

[QUOTE=Mr. Belvedere;2591526]Thanks guys. :slight_smile:

As a bonus here is a very evil prank:

Find some icon on the desktop that is very important to your victim. In this example i use a game, but you can also use it for Internet Explorer or anything else. Move that icon somewhere on the disk drive so that it dissapears from the desktop.

Make a new shortcut and use the following text:

shutdown -s -t 60 -c “Windows has encountered a virus! To protect your data windows is shutting down.”

You can use any kind of text you want of course. “This is an illegal copy of [game]” can also work wonders. You can also shorten the time by changing the number 60 to another number.

Now change the icon of the shortcut by going to the .exe file of your victims favourite game.

Rename the shortcut to the name of the game[/QUOTE]

Mr. B This is an evil prank. LOL That will teach him not to mess with some one’s PC

Mr. Bill :smiley:


#13

ehh, cmon Mr. B - I expected better from you

Go to the hosts file and redirect whatever his homepage is or for that matter the common search engine homepages to some other site, make sure to hold down the enter for a while so it looks empty should he ever figure out to look there, and put the redirect a few thousand lines lower than the default 127.0.0.1 loopback.

Now thats mean!!! :bigsmile:


#14

[QUOTE=xtacydima;2591551]ehh, cmon Mr. B - I expected better from you

Go to the hosts file and redirect whatever his homepage is or for that matter the common search engine homepages to some other site, make sure to hold down the enter for a while so it looks empty should he ever figure out to look there, and put the redirect a few thousand lines lower than the default 127.0.0.1 loopback.

Now thats mean!!! :bigsmile:[/QUOTE]

Sure is! But i think lots of people know the hosts file. Would be fun to redirect everything to lemonparty.org or something. :slight_smile:

What’s also pretty mean is to change the DNS to some Christian/Muslim/Whatever internet service provider or some other DNS service that does not allow porn and torrent sites. If the victim asks what the hell is going on, you can casually ask what the exact sites are a problem. :slight_smile: