I've never gone TPing, but I've always wanted to!
One of these days I will write a post about the time that an angry father came screeching down our driveway in a pick up truck and jumped out screaming. Yes, my daughter was part of a posse that TPd their house. She was also part of the clean-up crew. Thank God for Tom, who talked the guy down. As soon as I saw the guy jump out of the pick up truck screaming, I wanted to call 911.
P.S. That would have been my then-teenage daughter. Not sweet little Laura. ;-)
LOL! One time, friends of mine (not saying I was WITH them or anything....) tp'd a house, and oh god, it RAINED that night. White goop everywhere. They had no idea what the heck it was.
OMG that took me back about.. well.. never mind. WAY too far back. My best friend had pine trees in her front yard. We're talking tall... very very tall. We never found out who used to be able to throw the rolls clear over the top of the damn things.
I was on the TP raid that Lori mentioned. (Wait, Lori, are we talking about the same one? They all kind of blend together now.) There were some unhappy adults the next day when they saw all that white mess all over their yard.
When my older son is home the younger one pays him to drive tping. I just don't get it.
Aren't Frank's friends too old for that?!Yes, I'm glad you're not like your Norwegian aunts. And also glad it didn't rain.
Just reading "teepeeing" makes me smile!! having come from a small town, sometimes TPing someone's house was THE only thing to do on a Saturday night!!And as for "being too old" to do something like that?? well...at our 20th class reunion some of us were a little miffed (and a lot drinkey!) at a classmate who lived in our hometown who couldn't make it to the reunion.we had a blast...the younger sister of another classmate drove the car and the next reunion? you betcha that guy came!!and yes, we all went to clean up...the next weekend! (again...beer was involved this time too!!)thanks for the smile before i head off to bed!!
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