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Cronie


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That is something that is DEFINITELY up my alley.

Remind me to tell you guys the story about my best friends father-in-law and what we did to him on his bachelor party... In short, it involved getting a few of my father's RCMP friends on board, planting a ziplock bag of icing sugar in my buddy's car and arranging for a stop and interrogation period that lasted over 3 hours long before announcing the jig was up! Freakin' HILARIOUS!! It took about 2 weeks of planning, but it was WELL worth it!

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Cronenbergfan wrote:That is something that is DEFINITELY up my alley.

Remind me to tell you guys the story about my best friends father-in-law and what we did to him on his bachelor party... In short, it involved getting a few of my father's RCMP friends on board, planting a ziplock bag of icing sugar in my buddy's car and arranging for a stop and interrogation period that lasted over 3 hours long before announcing the jig was up! Freakin' HILARIOUS!! It took about 2 weeks of planning, but it was WELL worth it!

Wow. How was the victims reaction??

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Honestly, it was hilarious. His future wife was watching him through the double mirror while he was being interrogated, and we were all there as well, and for the first hour and a bit, he was super calm and almost laughing because he KNEW the supposed "blow" wasn't his and that this was just a HUGE mistake that would clear itself up. But as it wore on and on, and Constable Cormier started saying they discovered approximately an ounce, that he was looking at serious time, say 1-2 years minimum; and THEN Jay (the father-in-law) started to get worried...

Seriously though, by about 3.5 hours, after asking a dozen times to call his soon to be wife Brenda, Cormier and his "bad cop" companion left the room to bring a phone to him at which point we ALL came out and told him SURPRISE! It was awesome, and we probably could have kept it up for another 3 hours, but he literally starting to experience tremors and was visibly worried and downright scared so we figured enough is enough. All in all though, it was a blast and he STILL laughs about it NOW... LOL

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Yeah, I'd be less than calm if it happened to me.

Cronie

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of course, this is in Campbellton, N.B. where it's quite an interesting and rough place, and has gotten considerably worse over the years since I left.
Blow and oxycontin are rampant!!

PTFlea

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That's hilarious. The poor SOB Cronie.

Cronie

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That was the idea Heater! LOL

Give me enough time and planning, and I can pull legendary pranks! hehehe

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Reminds me of Beavis and Butthead repeatedly calling Mr. Sacks.

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Cronenbergfan wrote:of course, this is in Campbellton, N.B. where it's quite an interesting and rough place, and has gotten considerably worse over the years since I left.
Blow and oxycontin are rampant!!

LOL.. Good ol Campbellton... My girlfriend comes from Dalhousie...

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smash88 wrote:
Cronenbergfan wrote:of course, this is in Campbellton, N.B. where it's quite an interesting and rough place, and has gotten considerably worse over the years since I left.
Blow and oxycontin are rampant!!

LOL.. Good ol Campbellton... My girlfriend comes from Dalhousie...

No way dude... When did she graduate? I may know her...

Was she happy to leave?

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