When I was in NC in the USAF, we had a captain who was a practical joker - bigtime. Once he broke into my boss's office and disassembled the desk and then reassembled it - 110 feet up into the air onto the drying platform of the parachute tower. Everything was as my boss had left it, even down to coffee in the coffee cup. The captain then left a poloroid in the floor with the words "GO UP" on it. Needless to say... my boss got even. This same captain was doing his finish flight (he was an aircraft loadmaster), and it was a 3 ship run doing heavy drops. Well, for one of the training bundles, about 10 of us grabbed this captain's cherry... and I mean cherry VW bug and picked it up, set it on an airdrop platform, then rigged it with parachutes and the whole 9 yards. We then loaded it onto the aircraft loader and proceeded to the C130 with it. Needless to say, the captain didn't think it was too funny. I can't remember for sure, but I think that one even made the base newspaper. Dated a girl once who stood me up 'cause she had to go do something with her mom." Bull... she went to go play bingo! So, I snuck up into the parking lot where her little S10 was sitting and jacked up the rear, and then placed wooden blocks under the axle - just enough to keep the wheels high enough off the ground to prevent traction, but not high enough to stop it from billowing smoke. She went out to leave, and then guess who she calls when it won't go anywhere? I told her to call a wrecker, that I was out on a date! One other thing I did while I was stationed in Alaska. I had a guy I worked with who refused to move his car while we were plowing the front parking lot at our squadron. Finally, we told him not to worry about it, we plowed around it. What we wound up doing was start emptying our coffee cups onto his windshield. The coffee was cold, and started to form a slush almost immediately, as it was 25 below that night! Well, as soon as the slush would form, we'd stick the cups bottom first into the slush so they'd freeze to his windshield. When it was all said and done, we'd put almost an inch of brown colored ice on his windshield. When it came time to go home, our cars were all cleared off (we'd left them run while we plowed the lot) and he was stuck there for something like an hour after work trying to clear his windshield. Needless to say, he never had a problem moving his car!