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Bad Neighbor Wireless Printer Prank


Have a bad neighbor with an unsecured wireless printer? Save this document on your computer. Every time your annoying neighbor gets loud, send it to his printer, and listen his wife shout at him “Why the hell did you print this again?!”

h/t: sadanduseless


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