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  1. I once took a screenshot of someone’s desktop and then placed it in front of the computer.
    It was amusing to watch them try to press on the icons they couldn’t.

  2. I’ve always wanted to change their keyboard layout to something like Dvorak or Colemak and then lock their machine for them, but I’ve never been brave enough to do it.

  3. I once liked a bunch of dildos on a friend’s Amazon account, which caused the algorithm to keep recommending dildos. I didn’t tell him.

  4. This is fine, but one time I took an old mobile phone, changed the text message warning sound to the Google calendar notification sound, taped it under my coworker’s desk, and texted it randomly during the day so he might hear the Google calendar alert go off and think he was missing a scheduled meeting.

    And I’m not even a fan of his; I just thought it was amusing.

  5. Changing your status to “only you can see this” was a classic high school Facebook joke. People will go weeks without receiving any likes or feedback on their posts.

  6. I used to work as a computer support specialist for a major software firm. You quickly learn to lock your computer once you leave the room, or one of the other hundred nerds in the room will mess with it.

  7. At one of my previous employers, people can do this with their coworkers’ email signatures. For about a year, there was a very senior guy sending emails with the title “intergalactic head of sales” in his signature.

  8. Ctrl+alt+left/right arrow Ctrl+alt+left/right arrow

    It takes less than a second and is both irritating and harmless.

    Works until the individual knows how to use the ctrl+alt+up arrow combination.

  9. Add the following to someone’s /.bashrc:

    echo “sleep 0.1” >> /.bashrc /.bashrc /.bashrc /.bashrc /.bashrc /.bashr

    Add the echo line to the bashrc specifically. Every time they open a new shell, the sleep line will be appended, making each shell take slightly longer to start.

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