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- AIM Conversations: Random AOL Instant Messenger conversations.
- Ala Realm: A collection of links leading to various pranks and joke sites.
- Aladdin's Magic Genie Lamp: The "Blue Screen of Death" prank, disguised as an animation of a magic lamp.
- Bartender Magic: Magic tricks and jokes to play on other people.
- Bought Thought: Prank letters, angry record reviews and rants.
- Celebrity Prank Calls: Audio files of prank phone calls, with the voices of various celebrities. Features Arnold Schwarzenegger.
- Clifhanger Pranks: A collection of Internet jokes which will keep the victim busy for a while. Miscellaneous pranks.
- Crush 007: Trick a friend into detailing personal details and secret crushes.
- Death By Laughter: Funny jokes, pictures, and quotes.
- Find The Ginger: A test of the six degrees of separation theory.
- Fizz Fun: Joke calls for pranks. Includes MP3 samples. Fee based service.
- Funny Email Network: Humorous email generator covering love, hate and things in between.
- Funny Practical Jokes: Gags to amuse or torment friends, family and coworkers.
- GetsNone.com: Features a customisable personals page to embarrass yourself or a friend.
- GuessWhosFamous.com: Enables visitors to get themselves or their friends in the news by creating a fake story as published in popular e-magazine.
- Humor of Penn and Steven: Jokes, AIM conversations, and humorous pictures.
- Label the Table: Visitors are encouraged to place secret labels under tables in bars, restaurants and other places of interest.
- Lil Prankstar Jokes: Practical jokes are separated by category. These pranks can be played at home, school, or wherever a laugh is needed.
- Loony Letters: Archive of prank letters written to UK companies, and their replies.
- Lumpy Porridge: Send email pranks, computer pranks, or learn practical jokes.
- MailFool: Send e-mails which appear to be from someone else. A responsible prank e-mail system.
- Monkey Doo: Assorted pranks and ideas.
- Mooning of Amtrak Trains: Information on the annual Mooning of Amtrak Trains in Southern California.
- NervousRat: Features prank calls, funny original videos, nasty humor for download and to be sent as greeting cards.
- One Hundred Things to Do in an Elevator: Numerous suggestions of pranks to pull in an elevator with other people.
- Original Pranksters Hangout: Site features original movie clips of pranks, a collection of funny videos, pictures and links to humor sites.
- Phonebashing: Movies of pranks involving destruction of mobile phones of randomly selected people. Requires Quicktime.
- Planet Boredom: Boredom Evolved: Things to do when you are bored.
- Practical Jokes: A small collection of pranks and practical jokes.
- Prank Mail: Send a prank email to your friends, from the email address of your choice.
- PrankBot: Choose a prank, enter details about your friends, and PrankBot will play a practical joke on them.
- Prankified: Visitors can share and discuss pranks, arrange into categories and rated for effectiveness.
- Project Gaidaros: Follow college boys through their quest to prank New York City.
- Publish or Perish: The correspondence of fictitious journalist Graeme S. Marshall, detailing his efforts to get real-life media outlets to accept his bizarre story proposals and unorthodox applications for employment.
- Purity Trick: Send a purity test to a friend, and discover their answers.
- ReachMe.us: Email rejection service to enable users to give annoying or irritating people the brush-off while avoiding embarrassment.
- Rictor: Pranks to pull on people who deserve it the most.
- Riot: High school students film themselves doing crazy pranks and stunts.
- Rossford's Pranksters: Pranks executed by teens in the town of Rossford.
- S.E.P Anonymous Email: Contains the option to send fake emails, hoaxes, anonymous emails, and receive replies to it.
- Shitbombs: Features what are and how to send these.
- Sign Stealers: Videos of a `group` of people who enjoy liberating street signs from their surroundings, plus a gallery of funny and disturbing signs.
- StrangeReports.com: Play pranks on friends and coworkers with fake news reports.
- T-ClassMates: Claims to be able to retrieve school photographs from all over the world.
- The Center 2000: Online pranks and funny pictures. Also includes a webring.
- The Farts: Offers stories, techniques, and sound files. Includes a message board. [English, Japanese]
- The Phreaky 4's IM Abuse Page: Random AOL Instant Messenger users get pranked by the creator of this site. Read the conversations and have a good laugh.
- The Prank Institute: Ideas for pranks, practical jokes, and mischief.
- The Trouble Makers Guide to School: A collection of one hundred pranks aimed at school pupils.
- ThePrank: Practical joke forum, where readers can share their ideas for revenge or pranks on other people.
- Tin Foil Cubicle Office Prank: Detailed photographs of a prank involving a lot of tin foil.
- Wally's Wide World of Pranks: A large collection of pranks for school, office, home, dorm or everyday life. Pranks are tested for usability. Samples and directions are included.
- WebDemise.com: Visitors can send anonymous prank mails either written themselves or by using a template.
- Who Dis?: Read prank conversations over AOL Instant Messenger.
- iGotLooks-Warped Pictures: Upload pictures of your friends and warp them into different shapes. Then, email them to people you know.