Bunny’s Prank Delights Co-Workers
Harold and Charlie were just two pals having a good time.
"Charlie would wrap Harold’s desk in aluminum foil, Harold would hide Charlie’s stapler," says Mathew Webb, a colleague. "It was all fun and games."
That is until “The Cup Prank,” a bit of tomfoolery that will live in infamy, according to their friends and co-workers.
"Harold put some kale at the bottom of a narrow cup and left it on Charlie’s desk. And Charlie loves kale,” Webb explains. “He loves it a little too much, considering it’s kale. Anyway, Charlie couldn’t resist, so he dives in. Next thing you know, his face is stuck, and everyone’s cracking up. Except Charlie, of course. It took him 20 minutes to get that thing off, on account of not having hands or fingers.”
Someone give these drones as record deal ASAP.
The Myrtles Plantation is an antebellum plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana, near Baton Rouge. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The plantation is rumored to be on top of an ancient Tunica Indian burial ground. It is currently a bed and breakfast, and offers historical and mystery tours. Touted as “one of America’s most haunted homes”, the plantation is supposedly the home of at least 12 ghosts. It is often reported that 10 murders occurred in the house, but historical records only indicate the murder of William Winter. William Drew Winter is also a very popular character in the plantation. He was an attorney who lived in the plantation from 1865 until 1871. He was shot by a stranger. After being shot, he staggered inside the house and died trying to climb the stairs. He died on the 17th step of the stairs. Until today, visitors, as well as employees in the hotel, still hear his dying footsteps. Read more