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We've prepared 16 fresh funny pranks to play on friends! Toothpaste in a cream puff, worms in an apple, an onion smell in a pack of M&M’s and other cool ideas of pranks in our today's video!

Supplies and Tools:
• Orzo pasta
• Water
• Black food marker
• Apple
• Knife
• Toothpicks
• White chewy candies
• Bell pepper
• Onion
• M&M’s
• Paper coffee cup with a lid
• Plastic wrap
• Scissors
• Fidget spinner
• Hot glue gun
• Rubber bands
• Cream puffs
• Toothpaste for toddlers under 3 years of age
• Syringe
• Sprite
• Mouth rinse
• Q-tips
• Cotton candy
• Orange
• Salt
• Lip brush
• Clove of garlic
• Piece of faux fur
• Empty glue stick container
• Butter
• Tangerine
• Food coloring
• White chocolate
• Drinking straw
• Notebook
• Stationery glue
• Pencil case with a Velcro fastener
• Plastic cable tie
• Crayola pencils
• Wire
• Candle
• Correction fluid
• Red acrylic paint
• Microwave
• Fridge

Music:
House & Electronic Beatz - Episode 29 by Bryan Bax is licensed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Unported License.
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