Good morning Tash Appreciators,
I’ll keep it short and sweet this week.
As was discovered in one of TF’s satellite offices this week, most people enjoy a good prank; particularly when they have masterminded and implemented it. Just like a good Tash, pranks can lighten the mood when folk are a bit down and can also invigorate people when they’re lacking energy.
Just for the hell of it, here are a selection of TF’s favourite pranks:
Pranks can go wrong though, badly wrong. The most obvious example of that is where the person upon whom the prank is being played does not find it funny. Perhaps worse, though, is where the person doing the pranking takes it too far. This might be where there have been a series of pranks and the ante has been raised to such an extent that something must eventually go wrong. There are a fair few examples of these too:
In the wrong hands, the Tash can be a dangerous thing too. For example, at a recent beard and moustache championship held in New Orleans there were stunning examples of superlative moustachery (not a word, but I’m having it) such as this:
While, in New York, Justin Bieber was trying to pull off this monstrosity (you might need to look closely):
Tashes, like pranks, should only be attempted by those who know when they can and, more importantly, can’t be pulled off.
Have a great weekend folks!