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  • Author:
    Peter Van Der Linden
  • ISBN:
    0451169247
  • ISBN13:
    978-0451169242
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    Berkley (March 1, 1991)
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    Humor
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good practical joke simply takes imagination and a devious mind. This is a book of many excellent practical jokes numbering 145 in all, imaginative "pull offs" I have not read the first official book by this author;but after reading this one,I am sure it would be excellent as well.

good practical joke simply takes imagination and a devious mind. I have though, read "The Complete Practical Joker" by . llen Smith and it too,is an excellent compendium of practical jokes,or what one could call "a textbook for the fiendish"

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Second Official Handbo. by Peter van der Linden. Paperback, 160 pages. Published March 1st 1991 by Signet. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Second Official Handbook of Practical Jokes. 0451169247 (ISBN13: 9780451169242).

Peter van der Linden (born 1963) is a Dutch technologist and author. He has worked for companies such as Sun Microsystems and Apple Computer, and has written books on Java, C, Linux, and practical jokes. He is currently (2010) an Android Technology Evangelist for Motorola Mobility. Peter van der Linden homepage.

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A practical joke (also known as a prank, gag, or jape) is a mischievous trick played on someone, typically causing the victim to experience embarrassment, indignity, or discomfort. Practical jokes differ from confidence tricks in that the victim finds out, or is let in on the joke, rather than being fooled into handing over money or other valuables.

A person who performs a practical joke is called a practical joker. The Official Handbook of Practical Jokes by Peter van der Linden. The most common cases of practical jokes are encountered inside offices, usually to surprise co-workers  . Films in which practical jokes are featured include

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Cheber
Anyone with a devious sense of humor can appreciate a practical joke and the utter satisfaction is in pulling one off.Though there is nothing more satisfaying than one that you have cocjured up yourself.I've used the word conjuring rather loosely, as it is more associated with the art of magic,which by the way requires dexterity and practice;while a good practical joke simply takes imagination and a devious mind.
This is a book of many excellent practical jokes numbering 145 in all, imaginative "pull offs" I have not read the first official book by this author;but after reading this one,I am sure it would be excellent as well.
I have though, read "The Complete Practical Joker" by H.Allen Smith and it too,is an excellent compendium of practical jokes,or what one could call "a textbook for the fiendish".I prepared a fairly long review on this book on November 7,2006,and I'll suggest you read it.That book is a real classic in the art of practical jokes and was published in 1905 and reissued several times over the years.While that was a long time ago,it shows a good practical joke can have a long life...all that is needed is a new unsuspecting victim.
The thing to remember with any art is its" Code".With Magic the code is never to tell how it was done.With Practical Jokes is never tell that you were the one who did it.
Ndav
This book is great i love it, it has lots of jokes that anyone can do and they are all soooooo funny, its horrible that its out of print but you should still try to get it