Yesterday was a great day. I almost convinced one of my close friends that I was gay. I lost it when he said "If this is an april fool's joke, I'm gonna kick your ***". Said kicking never actually happened, luckily for me.
But the best part was what I did to my AP US History teacher. I have her class during first block, so she's usually sipping on some coffee, recently decaf as she's trying to cut back. That woman used to drink a lot of coffee, I'm glad she's toning it down a bit. Anyways, in the past we've picked on her in numerous ways. One of our conversations in first semester went something like this:
"Ms. Rank, do you like almonds?"
"Umm, yeah. Why?"
"How about almond-flavored things?"
"What are you talking about?"
"Just checking, because cyanide tastes like almonds."
*laughter from class*
"You're evil, you know that?"
Anyways, me and my accomplice planned something the night before. He brought a bottle of almond extract and while Ms. Rank had hall duty, we stole her coffee mug and I put some in there. But a few drops seemed a little insufficient. I wanted her to taste it, and be sure of what she tasted. So I went a little bit overboard and dumped a whole bunch of almond extract in there. She walked in a few minutes later and took a sip. After a second, more cautious sip, she said "There's something in my coffee?" I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to keep a straight face, so I left class to go get some water and talk with friends.
I came back in and I didn't hear a thing about it for a while. Then, when we were about to take our test, she took a sip, then ran out of the room coughing. Then she peeked her head back in and said, "I think I'm allergic to almonds!" Everyone in the room looked at me and said something about me poisoning our teacher, but I knew she was just playing games with me. As per our conversation four months ago, she liked almonds. I stayed cool, or tried to at least. So then she walks back in and says "Keep out of my coffee, punk!" She still had the taste in her mouth fourty minutes later. She told me later than when she went to dump it out in that it had all congealed on the bottom. It was brilliant.